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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE THREE

nF 7
loover, Stimeon Give Welcome
to Road Engineers
at Capitol.

MO~~U9~NLAY

RETURN

67, ohie LkSend De5egates to
en rerto4 Langua~ges
Are Spoken.-
Havinig completed a series of'
sessions during which various (lfes-
tions relating to highway construc-.
Lion were discussed, the sixth In-
ternational Road Cong'ress will set
out in the nex few days from
Washington on three tours, two of
which are scheduled to stop at
Ann Arbor on October 25.
~eeptiors gAeiu
Receptions given by President
and Mrs. Hoover at the White
Houe, ad by the secretary of
state t the Pan American Union
in Washington featured the social
activities,. given in honor of the
Prof. Roger L. Morrison of the
iglway 'engineering department
and Prof. Walter E. Lay of the me-
chanical engineering department,
who were . representatives at the
meeting, have returned. Professor
Morrison is at present arranging{
for the enterainment of the dele-!
gates when they arrive in Ann ir-
bor.
Discuss Tobics
The impdrtant topics discussed
during the past week at the con-
vention were related to concrete,
brick, and other paving materials,
bituminus pavements, construc-
tion of roads in undeveloped re-t
gions, methods of financing high-
ways, highway transport, and traf-
fic control. Reports on these sub-
jects were prepared by delegatesI
from all of the countries.
Since representatives from 67 i
Foreign countries were present, the
meeting room was divided into
four sections, according to the lan-
guage spoken by members of the
group. I
Rev. Lewis Lectures t
on Christian Marriage
"Ideal Christian Marriage" was
the subject of the Rev. Henry I
Lewis's lecture Sunday night given a
at Harris hall. He dealt with thec
historical background and sonie of
the modern ills of marriage. s

REVOLUTLONARY WAR CLOUDS LOOM
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Battles between Brazilian federal and revolutionary forces are immi-
nen t at widely separated points. Troops were rushed to the borders of
the states of Parana and Sao Paulo, center of the coffee growing section,
where conflict between revolutionists and defending federal troops
seemed likely. Federal forces made Florianapolis the base for their
operations to the south. In the north, Pernambuco was in the hands of
the revolutionists with federal forces preparing to launch an offensive.
Shaded portions of map show likely points of conflict.

INDIAN4 NATIONALIST
DEM'IANDS REEDOMu~

SENATOR PROJES
CAMPAIGN FUNDS

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ANN ARBOR NEWSBRIEF

i

Jawaharal Nehru,
Prison, Plans
Pact With

Released From
to Prevent
13ritisb.

NATIVE COURTS OPENED
(fBv Associated Press)
LONDON, Oct. 13. -Four major
developments have taken place in
India over the week-end.
1. The fiery young extremist,
Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru, was re-
leased from prison upon the com-
pletion of a six-month sentence and
resumed the presidency of the India
National Congress.
2. The government has taken ur-
gent steps for the defense of the
northwest frontier and for sup-
pressing the wild Afridi tribesmen,
which, it is hoped, will obviate the
necessity of a great military offen-
sive there.
3. The government is raiding con-
gress offices, confiscating property
"ald arresting leaders, under the
drastic "Unlawful Association Ordi-
nance pronulgated by the viceroy.
4. The congress is establishing
parallel, courts and other govern-
mental institutions which aspire to

Public ni ht school classes opened
a l night in the Perry school on
Packa d street, with an enrollment
ofi 187 ttending the first session.
The enrollment, normally between
(li ' and 400, was said by officials
to be small. The two largest classes
this year are in shorthand, with 28
- InricGed, and typewriting, with 23.
.:ri7ction can be given in any
oil eials explained, ii 12 or
more sons sign up for the course.
Noble Arrested
Trminating a short but eventful
Cr *c as abruptly as it had begun,
William Noble was held by local
nolice Sunday on a charge of fraud
Associated P ?,O; O sfte<,' he had confessed to passing
wortliess checks totaling several
Gerald P. NyC, hundred dollars in various local
ecl othing stores.
Senator from North Dakota, Wb1a INoble was arrested at a tourist
is chairman of the Senate campan emnp three miles west of Ann Ar-
funds investigating ccmmitt'e. bom. where he fled with a quantity
of clothing he obtained from the
UNIVERSITY OF -AS For-merchants he victilflized. Pdlice re-
covered two suits, an overcoat, two
the university this year' b' - Psis of oxfords, a hat, a necktie,
a belt, two pairs of socks, an d tino
letnts. Of these, 24 are f ,wn tl1Vi :shirts from shrubbery in the vicini-

LargeVeil frlxch
One of the Larget underground
boi of water ncounteretd in
Washenaw county was stiruck St-
urday on Oi',hard avenue when
well drillers struck an underground
lake at a depth of 174 feet. The col-
umn of water from the lake shot
into t. air aore than 200 feet.
dwad 'hompson, who was drill-
ing the vl, was thiown almost 10
feet into the air. The well is esti-
mated to be approximately 80 feet
deep.
Balekers to Meet f e
Bankers from Jackson, Wdshte-
naw, Lenawee, Hillsdale, and Mn-
roe counties, comprising group nine
of the Michigan Bankers' aso-ia-
tion, will be the gues s Wednesday
of Ann Arbor bankers at the annial
district meeting in the Women's
league. A tour of the city in the
afternoon and a business neeting
in tile eveUning will eoplt the
one-day session. John W. arer
oIa president of te 8o-'
ciation,, an~d Rudolph E. Reicl~rt,
state banking commissioner, aVe in-
diud d anong' the speakers.

Prof. Brown Speaks FO
on Lure of Science
-r-- Dan
"Adventures in Research" was
the title of a lecture given yester-
day afternoon in room 303 of the
Chemistry building by Prof. A. W. To
Browne. I teac
"If one puts one's heart and soul know
nto chemical research one becomes vatio
a true scientific adventurer," stateda
Professor Browne.
He declared further that the nawtL
purpose of every university is two-
fold, teaching and research and take
that the trained scientific adven- Dean
turer is the main product of a uni-schor
versity. Est
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY- confE
Disciplining of freshmen will here- a ser
after be in the hands of a traditions invol
committee and a freshmen court. Mem
Hazing has been abolished by the al m(
student council.
- lead

Fraterntis,
Here's an idea for you!
Now you can haive movies tig~ht in your own clapter
house-shots of Michigan football ganes-your house
parties-your pledges in action-the final smile and bow
of your seniors-an album of memories that will grow
mor e valuable to you as the years go by.
You don't have to buxy a movie camera.
Our cmeraThis is the Plan
Our cmeraman, a movie expert, will take the pictures
whenverandwherever you say. He will furnish you
the developed film at actual cost. You have no invest-
ment in camera equipment.
Your chapter buys, from us, a projector on very easy
terms. This is your property.
Then, as the years go by, your house accumulates a lirary
of movie reels, intimate shots of the life of your chapter.
Down east, and in California, this idea is taking f rater-
ninies by storm.
Why not phone 7113 and let Mr. Mack explain the whole
plan in detail?
And fhr Photographic Finishing
Calkins-Fletchei's camera Taboiatory leads. For nearly a
quarter century we have been developing films and making
prints and enlargements. If it's quality you ant, bring
your films here.

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