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May 22, 1931 - Image 3

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Arrested for Assault I!his gas tank, and Reeves R. Solar,
Arrstd fr ssa t 1198 IMichigain avenue, said that
eight gallons of gas were taken
Arrested yesterday (nIa charge r om his car while it was parked inL
assault and battery, Andrew his driveway.
qn TT ii i 4in frt t


One-Time Governoi
Adopts Secreta

r 9
ry Today's R adio Programs
(Et tern Standard Time)


Prof. Robert Andrew Millik: rn, will
be heard on the air at 9 o'cl, xck to-
night in his presidential adc Lress to
the fst assembly of the n ational


advi'ory council
on ad'oined-


,LOngbOUtam, 208 Nl. DvJ~son sree,
pleaded not guilty before Judge }
Jay H. Payne, and was released on
a $25 bond to apr,,2r for trial to-
Agarmobiea Collide
Cars driven by Fredda Curry,
Flint, and James Heddle,1106 Pack-
ard, collid-d yesterday at the cor-
ner of Ann and Glen trets. Neith-
er of the drivers was injured, but
both cars were damaged.
Gas Stolon From Cars
Two automobile owners reported
that someone had stolen gas from I
their cars Tuesday night. Thomas
Oster, 1120 Olivia avenue, informed
police that some one had drained

Bicyclist Strikes Car
Driving his bicycle into the side
of a car which wa making a left
turn I rem H)ron i1to Seventh
street, Paul Koch.,09 WV. Huron
street, eight years old, was not ser-
iously hurt Tuesday. He was taken
to St. Joseph's hospital, where his
To Issue Water Bonds

on the

.. ) $ i

Cemmon council will issue $32 ,- -
000 worth of bonds for improve- AssociatedPressPhot
ment of the city water system to Stfla Lee Brunt,
the lowest bidder. The bids will be
discussed at the council meeting Graduate of the University, was
'Monday night, and the bonds will adopted recently by Chase S. Os-
be sold to the bidder offering to buy born, former governor of Michigan,
them at the lowest rate of interest. as his daughter. She has been his
1secretary for several years.

in St.

cation to come
oer the Colum- -
bia chain through
sttoa W LW,
PrseCt HooveI -
in his second
broadcast t h is
week, will speak
from Washington,
and then the Los -
Angeles circuit,
o v e r which Dr.
Millikan will be
heard, will be -
switched in. Oth-
er speakers for the assem D1y are
General C. McK. Saltzman of the
federal radio commission, H mry A.
Bellows, and Dr. W. C. Bagh :y.
From a telegram receive d from
Arthur Pryor this is quotec , "As a
tribute to the splendid tradi tions of
sportsnnship of thet Univi rsity of
M ichigan, the Crean~o Milita y band
will broadcast "The Victors"' Friday1
night over a nation-wide Columbia
network." Arthur Pryor and his
band are very well known for their
spirited rendition of military music.
They can be heard over Stations
WXYZ, WEAN, WFBAIY, 7 o'clock to-
Joe White, who first gained fame
as the "Silver Masked Tenor," will
be the guest artist whet i the Cliquot
club, mythical night club of the
air, broadcasts its wee kly program
from the Times Squam e studios of
N.B.C. at 8 o'clock tonig ht over Sta-
tions WWJ, W6Y, and ;WEAF. Har-
ry Reser directs'the orchestra and
Raymond Knight does duty as the

5:30-EDNA BEST, star of "MrIlo"-WEAF Grand Rapids Cornmerce
RoY y Awell's 1Tide Water Inn--WABC,'
WEAN, WOKO Will Sponsor Flfr
5:45-Low1ell hma-LKDKA, WJZ
6:00-MCRON DOWNEY with Nat Bru - of 1931 Armada.
toff's orchestra-WEAN WFBL. WLBW
6:15-St. Mloritz orchestra-WEAN, WF-BL
65:30-Red Goose Adventures-WXYZ, WFBL!GRAND RAPIDS May 21
6:35-Firal baseball scores-WJR
6:45-Kate Smith and her Swanee music- Nineteen cities will be hosts
VVXYZ, WLBW, WABO ieencte ilb ot
7:00-Frank Moulon f "Roxy's Gang"-WJR, 60 - planes comprising thE
Pryor's Military band -WXYZ, WEAN Michigan Air Tour armada,
Cities SerVice progrram with Cavaliers
S-WWJ rKYW, W mvTA t vr ing to the final itinerary ar
00-ILLY DAN E ARE ed Wednesday night by the
CIUOT CL, "Silver Masked Tn- Rapids Association o Co
or"-WWJ, GY. vWEAF pCr soito o
S 3 -Alumni Glee Club--WGYENR sponsor of this year's tour.
9 :OO-Countess Albani, Men-About-Town -
WWJ, WTAM, WGY The announcement said t.
oonve."--WXYZ,WVLW, GN KDKA party which will take of
9:30-R.K.O. Theatre of thie Air-WWJ, WG3Y GadRpd ue1
March of TimeN-WXYZ Grand Rapids June 18 and
10:,00-FLETCHER HENDERSON and his r
chestra-WXYZ, WLBW, WFBL r- June 27, will be the largest
10:30-VNCENT LOPEZ and his orchestra- engage In a similar expedi
WWJ. WTAM, WEAFenaeiasmlr xdi
oroe Olsen and his orchestra the United States.
Gilbert and Sullivan Gems - WJZ,
WG1AR, WE NR n June 18--Noon, Marshall;
11:00-Felix Forthnando and his orchestra
a E FBL, ohestra-WENR Pontiac; June 19-Noon, Po
WR3EN, KDKA ron; .night, Midland; Jur
12:00--N i.,hawk Frol ic-WDOAF
Sltrmber Boat, dance orchestra--KWK Noon, Cadillac; night, St. I
1:00--Midnight Merry-makers-W
Dance musicy-KFW s June 21-Noon, Manistique;
Escanaba; June 22-Noon,
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY-Stu- Einee; night, Crystal Fals.
dents of the university were asked June 23-Noon and igt
tO contribute clothing to the un- wood; June 24-Noon, Ontoi
employment fund begun on the night, Hancock; June 25--N
campus. In addition athletic ma- night, Newberry; June 26-
terial of all kinds was requested for Cheboygan; night, Harbou f
the fresh air camp run by the uni- and Petoskey; June 27-Noor
versity. istee; night, Grand Rapids.




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d her

will take the
lectra" dur-
on, has had
r. He defied
ly at seven-
in Sothern
ns. He spent
ager and as

Leader of Flotilla Wehich Guards
Chinese Waterway Plans
to Qut Flagship.
SHANGHAI, May 2l-.4M-Rear
Admiral Thomas A. Craven is pre-
paring to haul down his pennant
from the smallest flagship in the
American navy and return to the
United States. IHe will reach home
late in May.
The flagship is the Luzon, a tiny
crft which draws only six feet.
But her sides are scarred with ma-
chine gun bullets and scrap iron
fired from ancient brass cannon
and her decks are dented by rocks
hurled by bandits from the precip-
itous slope or the great gorge of
the Yangste.
That gorge is nearly 3,000 "miles
up-stream, but such is the range
of the flotilla which the Luzon
leads and her commander oversees.
The Yangste river patrol is, in
fact, the only unit of the American
navy which is faced with a day to
day state of war.
The fighting started years ago,
and has had little or no letup.
Along the mighty Chinese water-
way the patrol keeps watch over
American commerce, business men
and missionaries.
While the native communists and
outlaws are frequently armed only
with muzzle loading muskets -and
ancient brass cannon, some of them
have modern rifles and machine
guns. They take their pot-shots at

the river traffic from behind solidl
breastworks of mud and under-
United States armed vessels have
been on the Yangste ever since in
1871, and Admiral Craven has been
one of the most popular of all the
officers who have' been "the old
man" to the fleet. Craven is com-
pleting a regular tour of duty..His
successor will take over his work
and the fleet'will carry on.
Woman Killed, Local
Man Hurt in Accident
As the result of an automobile
collision early yesterday morning at
the corner of the Six-Mile road and
Northwestern highway just outside
of Detroit, James B. Parker, 723
Packard Street, was critically in-
jured, and an unidentified woman
who was riding with him was killed.
Parker has been unconscious in
the Highlan. Park hospital since
the accident. Parker is a teller in
the University branch of the Ann
Arbor Savings Bank. He had driven
into Detroit with Gerald L. Witham,
local druggist, to visit friends;
Witham had not been located late
yesterday afternoon.
Allyn Barnett of Valled lake the1
driver of the other car, said that
Parker failed to stop- for 'a red,
light and crashed into his car.
Barnett suffered severe lacerations
and bruises.
Parker is married and has a child.

Opposite Factions Firm in Views;
Americans Do Not Approve
Quota Scheme.
LONDON, May 21.-(IP)-Commit-
tees of the world grain, conference,
today Isought to reconcile divergent
views as to the best method of ab-
sorbing the internatiortal wheat
surplus, with indications that the
two factions would stand by their



Manager Says reorganization of
City's Supply Was Caused
by Inadequate Plans.


ned to

views. - jovial master of ceremoiies.
The American delegation's pro- .
posal to restrict acreage has clash- "Bits of the Theatre" will have,
ed with Russian approval of the for its guest tonight, Ecd1na Best,
Danubian basis-the Polish scheme star of the current "Melo" on the
of export quotas-and neither side stage in New York. Cosmo Hamil-
appears prepared to give ground. ton, the always-new master of cere-
Meartwhile, the American, Rus- monies, fills that capacity when
sian and Danubian delegates hav- Miss Best makes her appearance
ing divulged their plans, Canada before the microphone at 5:30
and Argentina are hanging back o'clock* in the studios of Station
pending developments and are WEAF.
ready to throw their influence to
the faction which appears to have The Alumni Glee club, to be
the best chance of drafting an heard over Stations WGY, WEAF,
agreement. and WENR at 8:30 o'clock tonight
The quota scheme is disapproved under the baton of Reinald Wer-
entirely by the American delega- renrath, will sing numbers well
tion because of an opinion that known on the campus here, "A,.
while the plan throws some light Toast to Michigan," "John Peal,"
on the problem it does not lead the and "Swing Along."
exporting nations out of the wilder- 4:45-Bseball cores-W R
ness of cheap wheat. 5:15-SmithnBailew and his orchestra-WJZ,

Reorganization of Ann Arbor's
water supply system has been ne-
cessitated by the lack of fore3ight
displayed by previous generations,
Harrison H. Caswell, manager of
the water department, said in an
interview yesterday.
Discussing improvements which
the bonds to be sold Monday willY
provide, Caswell said that the newa
reservoir and distribution system
will give outlying districts, which
have suffered from the lack of
feeding mains, a sufficient supply.'
The Ann Arbor water system is
operated entirely by gravity, he
pointed out, and the existing poorly
planned network of pipes and mains
reduces pressure unduly. Trunk1
line mains will be built directly to
the parts of the city which are now
being poorly served, and booster
.pumps will be added within a few
years if necessary, he said.
The old reservoir has many dis-
advantages, Caswell continued: the!

small size; infection is eas
it cannot be cleaned; it lea
and is constructed undesi
a city water system. The
will elminate these fauli
being constructed in two
to enable continuous operc
The water is pumped fl
artesian wells, at an aver
of 5,000,000 to 6,000,000
day. No change is contem
this part of the plant, Cas
Neither is a change cont
regarding hardness of th
He pointed out that Ann



water is not the -hardest
state, the main objectionab
ture being the iron in solut
periments with aerating th
to eliminate the iron are bei
ried on, he said, and an ace
arrangement may be effect
short time.
Caswell said the cost of so
the water would outweigh
vantages. There would be f
ings, he said, because many
have their own cisterns or so
plants which supply all of
water they need, at a low
than the city could.

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