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PAGE TWO

THE, MICHIGAN

IYAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 10150

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CAL IFOR IA IBLASI
INJURES 5: LABOP
TRO'UBLES LRD
ngeles Explodes; Poi ce
Suspect Strikers.

BRAZILIAN TROOPS CLAIM VICTORIES
9V ER REBELLING FORCES OF COSTA

$1,000,000

LOSS FEARED

Large Fire Rages for More ThanI
Hour; One Reported in
Critical Condition.
(By Associated Press)
Los Angeles, O et. 17.-Between4
and 50 persons were injured in an
explosion which wrecked the. Gai--
nent. Capital building about 7:35,
this morning. Only one of the vic-.
tims was reported in a critical con-
dition.
No Bodies Are Found.
With the resultant fire under 1
control an hour and a half later,
no bodies had been found in or
about the shattered steel and con-
crete 11-story structure.
Early estimates of the loss were
set by fire officials at $1,000,000.
Three other nearby manufacturing
structures suffered heavy losses.
.Windows were shattered for four
blo'cks around.
Police and fire officials began an
investigation into alleged indica-a
tions that the explosion may have
been the result of labor troubles.
40 Injured Treated.
By 9 o'clock, 40 persons had been
taken to the police emergency hos-
pital for treatment for cuts and
burns. Several others had been tak-
en to other hospitals.
The blast occurred in the rooms
of the Beverly Hills Frocks, Inc., on
the fifth floor, where police saidI
there had been labor trouble con-
sequent to a strike a month ago.
They expressed belief that the
explosion had been caused by an
accumulation of gas but were in-
yestigating the manner in which it
was set off. They gave considerable
credence to reports the gas had
been ignited when a Mexican youth,
employed in the shop, lit a cigaret.
Reid Hits Employment
of Cheap Alien Labor

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Lines show battle front in southern Brazil where federal forces
claim victories along a 209-mile front. Shaded portion shows where
febel army has been forced back along left wing. Federals are pouring
troops into the Sao Paulo-Parana campaign with the hope of forcing
Gen. Miguel Costa and his 40,000 revolutionary troops back into Rio
Grande do Sul.

POLLOCK TO SPEAK
ER IWJRTONIGHT
Lectures by Brown and Potter
Will Also be Broadcast
on Michigan Program.

Two topics of current interest,
and a medical speech will be fea-
tured on the Michigan Night pro-'
gram which will be broadcast from
7:30 to 8:30 o'clock tonight by
Station WJR from the University
studio.
Prof. James K. Pollock, Jr., of the
political science department, who
spent the summer engaged in re-
search in Germany, will analyze
the political situation in that coun-
try which is causing international
interest.
Everett Brown, also of the poli-
tical science department, will tell
of the plans for a new capital in
China to be located in Nankin. He
has recently returned from a trip
around the world, and collected
first-hand information on the sub-
Ject during his visit to China.
"Appendicitis" will be the topic
discussed by Dr. Eugene B. Potter,
of the surgery department and a
member of the staff of the Uni-
versity hospital.

Two men are studying at the1F
School of Education this y e a r
through the aid of fellowships from
the general education board. They Theaters.
are Arthur M. Jarrnan, who directs Majestic - "Raffles" with Ronald
the training of teachers at the Uni- Colman.
versity of Virginia, and Guy M. Hill, Michigan-"Let's Go Native" with
directgr of teacher training at the Jack Oakie.
University of South Carolia. Wu'erth--"Big Boy" with Al Jol-
The fellowships provide $2,000 to son.
each man with an additional $250
for each dependent child in his Social.
family. The general e d u c a t i o n
board, a Rockefeller institution, has League - Dancing from 9 o'clock,
sent a nunmbcr of men hero since until midnight.
1928, when a survey showed that' Union -Dancing from 9 o'clock
the education school here was one until midnight.
of the best equipped in the country. Catholic Students - Mixer from
Jarman and Hill -are specializing 2:30to 5 o'clock this afteinoon at
in a study of the training of teach- the League.
ers. They will spend only one year
here. .. effin, Jr., Arraigned

Education Institute
Donates Fellowship
for Students Here

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What's
Going

SWEDISH SAVA9NT
REPORTS_'-ONDIR
Succeeds in Making One-Third
of Andree's Text
Legible.
(By Associated Press)
STOCKHOLM, Oct. 17. - Prof.
Theodor Svedberg, the Upsala ex-
pert who attempted to make read-
able the second diary left by the
Arctic explorer Solomon August
Andree, announced today he had
succeeded in making one-third of
the fragmentary text legible.
Prof. Svedberg said he had per-
formed the work by using the yis-
ible spectrum and ultra red light.
Prof. J. G. Anderson, speaking
on behalf of the government's An-
dree committee, said the part now
deciphered deals with the life of
Andree and his two companions on
White island beginning in Octo-
ber, 1897, and contains notes re-
garding the nature of the frigid
spot and preparations for a winter
camp.
Andree and two companions, Nils
Strindberg and Knut Frankel, at
tempted to fly over the North Pole
in a balloon 33 years ago.

I

Cannon SueS Publisher
for $5,000,000 Damage
(1B A ated P, s)
WASHINGTON. Oct. 17.--Bishop
James Cannon, jr., of the Metho-
dist Episcopal church, south, filed
a $5,000,000 libel suit in the Dis-
trict of Columbia supreme court
Thursday against William Ran-
dolph Hearst.

on Drunkeness Charge
(By Associated Press)
ATLANTA, Ga., Oct. 17--J. Thom-
as Heflin, Jr., son of the United
States senator. was fined $10 and $2
costs in police court today after he
had pleaded guilty to a charge of
being drunk and disorderly. Heflin
was arrested early this morning in
a downtown hotel.

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IN T ER-CONTINENT
RACE NEAR FINISH
Smith, Hill Speed From England
to Australia.
(By Associated Press)
PORT DARWIN, Northern Aus-
tralia, Oct. 17.-Finish of the great
air race which Lieut. C. W. Hill
a n d Wing Commander Charles
Kingsford Smith are carrying out
between England and Australia is
being awaited here with intense ex-
citement.
Hill, who left Bima, Dutch East}
Indies, at noon today for Atomboea,
from where he will take off for the
last long hop over water to this
continent, is expected here early
Saturday morning, while Smith,
who did not start from London un-
til four days after Hill left, is ex-
pected here Sunday morning.

Mayor Jim Walker
Runs Amuck of Red;
Nearly Starts Fight
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 17. - Sixteen
persons were under arrest today as
the result of a series of Coimunist 1
I riots which came to a climax when
a party of Reds invaded city hall
and one of them called Mayor
James J. Walker "a grafting Tam-
many politician and a crook."
An attempt by a group of Com-
munists to present an unemploy-
ment petition at a meeting of the
Board of Estimate over which the
mayor was presiding precipitated
the disturbalice in the city hall.
The fighting in the city hall was
precipitated when Sam Nessin, who
assumed charge of the petitioners
shouted to Mayor Wlker:
"You are a lot of grafting Tam-
many politicians. I would rather
be a member of my working class
than one of your gyafting officials.
You are a grafting Tammany poli-
tician and a crook."
The mayor rose from his seat and
replied, "That little remark prompts
me to come down and thrash the
life out of you."
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(By Associated Press) Rev. Wison to Speak
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo., Oct. 17.-- on Labor Government
Rep. Frank Reid, of Illinois, in a
campaign address here Thursday Ben F. Wilson, pastor of the
night, 'said that Henry Ford and Unitarian church at Erie, Penn.,
other manufacturers who take their will address Unitarian students on
factories to Ireland and other for- the subject, "Personal Observations
eign countries "because of cheap 12; of the British Labor Movement," at
bor "ought to be ashamed of them- 7:30 o'clock Sunday night, October
selves." These successful manufac- , 19. Mr. Wilson will discuss his ex-
turers have grown rich off the peo- j periences in England 20 years ago
ple of this country and ought to and in 1923, when he was the only
keep their factories here and em- American taking part in the cam-
ploy their own people," Reid said. 'paign of Ramsey MacDonald.
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