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'"THE MICHIGAN DA-ILY

~THE MICHIGAN DATEY 7

chado's Government Quickly Suppresses
Insurrections by Cuban Rebels in Oriente

BREWER CONVICTED
OF EMBEZZLEMENT
IN CIRCUIT QOUIRTi
Jury Finds Former Commander
of State Legion Guilty
i of Stealing 92500.

What's Going on

i

LEAGUE CONSIUERS
UKRW~MPROTESTI

Alexander to Explai
Surgical Treatm

THEATRES
Michigan-Wallace Beery a n d
Jean Harlowe in "The Secret Six."
Majestic-R o b e r t Montgomery,
Dorothy Jordan, Cliff Edwards, Ho-
bart Bosworth in "Shipmates."
Wuerth-John Mack Brown, Elea-
nor Boardman, Lucille La Verne,'
Anita Louise, and Gavin Gordan in
"The Great Meadow."

Obligations of Poland to Alien
Inhabitants Discussed in
Closing Session.
GENEVA, May 23.-(IP)-The obli-
earcf nland to hp ritizpn of

Dr. John S. Alexander, of the
surgery department of the Univer-
sity hospital, will give a demonstra-
tion of the surgical treatment of
pulmonary tuberculosis with pati-
ents at the last regular scientific
meeting of the Washtenaw County
Medical society to be held in the
amphitheatre of the University
hospital, at 8 o'clock Thursday
night.
"Diagnosis of Tuberculosis in
Children," a talk illustrated with
slides, will be given by Dr. Henry
Chadwick.

rst
be
on,

gyr, - gtions oi Po an Lner c e s1
C' *soi -oalien race-the so-called minorities
SENTENCE IS DEFERRED ty Art Association -occupied the council of the
Exbits 'Best P t$ League of Nations in its closing
Had Been Dropped From Legion Ermr session today.
When It Was Found He Had "Fifty Prints of the Year," show- The council had a great number
"FityPritsoftheYer,"shw-of petitions from Ukranians in
Not Served in Army. . ing such trends and progress as are eastern Galicia complaining of out-
PNIM.--being manifested in the field of rages at the hands of the Polish,
PONTIAC, May 23.--(A)-A circuit American print making, are on ex- minority. l
court jury Friday convicted Willis Amrcnpitmkig r ne-1mioiy
Mr Brwer frma ntion vice hibition in the North gallery of Poland was rebuked at the Jan-
M. Brewer, former nationalvice .r uary meeting for purported mis-
commander and state commander Alumni hall under the auspices of treatment of the German ainority
of the American Legion, of embez- I the Ann Arbor Art association. during the election canpaigns of.
zling $2,500 from the legion billet Lewis Mumford has selected the the previous autumn. Foreign Min-
f for war orphans at Otter lake. Sen- 50 prints for the sixth annual exhi- ister Zaleski, who admitted there
tence was deferred to June 18.-1 bit of the American Institute of had been some oppressive disorders,
Brewer was a former trustee of lGraphic Arts, was directed to report at this ses-l
the billet and former chairman of The exhibit is open from 1:30 to sion what measures should be tak-
the Oakland county board of audi- 5 o'clock every afternoon until May en to punish the guilty and to com-
tors. He was found guilty of con- 29, and is free to students. pe-sate the injured.
verting to his own use a $2,500 ap-
propriation made by the Oakland
county board of supervisors to the 4
billet. af &IN,_ oa

Revolutionary attempts at Manzanillo and Jiguani in Cuba were,
quickly suppressed, the government of President Gerardo Machado
(inset) announced. The uprising centered in Oriente province.'

t SUMM ER COURPSES1u

BRIGHT SPOT
802 PACKARD ST.
TODAY, 12 to 3-5:30 to 7:30
SPECIAL 50c DINNER
FRIED CHICKEN
CORN FRITTERS
MASHED POTATOES
GIBLET GRAVY
PEAS OR FRUIT SALAD
SPECIAL 30c LUNCHEON
HOT ROAST BEEF OR PORK
SANDWICH
MASHED POTATOES
FRUIT SALAD
SPECIAL 35c DINNERS
5:30 to 7:3
ROAST LEG OF LAMB
MINT JELLY
ROAST BEEF
MUSHROOM SAUCE
,ROAST PORK - APPLE SAUCE
MASHED POTATOES
PIE OR FRUIT SALAD
WANT ADS PAY

or-

Special
and

Studies for Instructors
Advanced Students
to Be Offered.

ENGINEERING DRAWS
MOST COLLEGE MEN
WASHINGTON, May 23.-(;P)-
Electricity is the popular field
for aspiring young 7ngineers of
13;31.
There are more students en-
rolled in college electrical engi-
neering courses than'in any oth-
er branch of engineering, it is
shown in a survey by Walter J.
Greenleaf, education specialist
of the Department of the In-
terior.

en a wi
of loca
which
rationt
irday.

eek of1
d vet-

will Special courses will be offered to
of Sol- advanced students in engineering
Memo- this summer, secretary Louis A.
Hopkins, of the colleges of engi-
scopal neering and architecture, announc-
er will ed yesterday. The courses will be1
There open. to practicing engineers, teach-
ers from technical schools, and ad-
i" will vanced students.
given C. R. Soderberg, in charge of the,
lay at mechanics division in the Power,
H. P. Engineering Department of the
e the Westinghouse Electric and Manu-
nging facturing company, will instruct in
e eve- several courses this summer, Hop-
of the kgins said.
ead a IProf. Edward L. Eriksen, of the
mechanical engineering d e p a r t-
ment, will coniduct a course in "The'
speak Advanced Strength of Metals." Prof.,
ces in Stephen Tinioshenko also of the'
hurch. (mechanical engineering d e p a r t-
, held nment, will have courses in "Applied'
Uscon- Elasticity," "Mechanical Properties'
f the of Metals," and "History of Me-
chanics of Materials." Soderberg
L, Rev, will instruct courses in "Vibration
i "The Problems in Engineering," and
Rev. "Stress Analysis in Machine Parts."
rvices Prof. Westergaard, of the Univer-
hurch. sity of Illinois, will be here thet
m Ar- latter part of the summer to give
Prof. a course in "The Theory of Slabs
n and and Shells with Application, to Arch
by the Dam Design."
League Last year, representatives from
Califdrnia, Texas, Canada and also
ofessor from many eastern and midwestern
a talk universities took the special courses
'mov- which were offered in the engineer-
he de- ing school.
f fip

tAG RU IEN FUND
National Research Body Grants
$800 for investigation
of Lung Fluke.
,
Prof. George R. La Rue, of the
zoology department, has recently
been granted an appropriation of
$ao0 by the National Research
council for investigations into the
life history and the distribution of
the lung fluke paragoninus.
Donald Ameel is to serve as re-
search assistant for the project.
In Oriental countries, this lung
fnuke is important as a human par-
asite, and is also found in various
animals, such as the tiger.
It has been found in several ani- I
ipals in various parts of America.
(any minks in the lower part of
'Michigan act as hosts to it, and
crayfish are the second intermedi-
ate host. The , first intermediate
host of this region has not yet been
determined, although it has been
discovered that melanid snails act
in this. capacity in the Orient..

No Defense Testimony.
Although the defense offered no1
testimony, in cross-examination ofl
state witnesses attempted to _showI
that the money had been spent, for
furniture, laundry equipment andi
other expenses of the billet. Other
witnesses testified, however, that
the laundry equipment still is un-
paid for and that a check given by
Brewer in payment for the furni-
ture was not cashed until April 30,
nine days after he was indicted for
embezzlement.
Brewer, who was state comman-
der in 1927-28 and national vice
commander in 1928-29, was drop-
ped from the legion Jan. 1, when
it was show that he had not actu-
ally served in the army. Although'
he was called in the draft, he spent
only seven days at Camp Custer,
waiting for a medical certificate of
disability.
Brewer on Leave.
* When his trial opened, Brewer
was on leave of, absence from his
duties as business manager of the
state tuberculosis hospital at How-
'ell pending disposition of the
charge against him.
Brewer's indictment was one of
half a dozen returned in a sweep-
ing grand jury investigation of
Oakland county official affairs
which still is in progress. Frank J.
Koukol, former president of the
Hazel Park school board, was sen-
tenced Friday to 5 to 15 years im-
prisonment for misuse of school
funds.

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