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DATVY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1931 -

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PREIDJ:ENT OF CUBA
STOPS PUBLICATION
Of HAVANA PAPERS
Paiies Charged With Printing
Eaggerated Accounts of
Recent Disorders.
MAJ741jNES SUSPENDED
P ridicals Have Burlesqued,
Cr ticized Machado or
Government.
(BW Associated Press)
HAVANA, Jan. 10.-Only three
Havana newspapers appeared on
the streets today-The Heraldo de
m#iba, government organ, and the
English language papers, the Ha-
vana Post and Havana Telegram.
All other papers, among them El
Mundo, El Pais, Diario de la Mar-
ma,, Informacion and the Havana
American were suspended Friday
by President Machado in a decree
charging "exaggerated and distort-
ed" accounts of recent disorders.
Periodicais suspended.
In addition to the papers sus-
pended the periodicals Karikato,
Carteles, La Semana and Bohemia
all were made to cease publication.
The Havana American was the only
English language paper suspended.
Its editorials recently have criticised
the president and Friday recom-
mended his resignation.
El Mundo, El Pais and Diario de
la Marina are among the four or
five most important papers in the
republic. Informacion is an after-
npn paper, appearing for the first
tine Thursday, pu blished by Diari
dela Marina. The suspended mag-
a'ines all have burlesqued the gov-
ernment.
'Public Alarmed."
The decree of suspension, which
was made under the recently grant-
ed wide executive powers of Presi-
dent Machado, says that the gov-
ernment has a "wholesome respect"
fmit the freedom of the press, but
that newspaper accounts have been
so "exaggerated and distorted"
that the public has been misin-
formed and alarmed.
(Iv Asocatd Press)
SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Jan. 10h
Col. Gonzales Valdez, commander
of Oriente military district, left here
today for Havana to take charge of
Cabanas fortress, which includes
the political prison. He will suc-
ceed Col. Cruz Bustillo. The rea-
son for the replacement is not
ktown here. All was quiet Friday
night in central and eastern Cuba.
McKetl r Makes Fight
Agairast Postage Rise
WASHINGTON, Jan. 10.-Sena-
tor McKellar, Democrat, Tennessee,
ig'ruflning a race with the inter-
shte Vcommerce commission to head
4 &-legislation by' a commission
decision on Postmaster General
rown's application for an increase
in parcels post rates. This design-
ed to raise about $8,000,000 more in
ederal revenues.
NEW YORK - Furnishings of an
Indian house preserved for 1,000
yars were found near Cameron,
A7izona, by Barnum Brown of the
Atrican Mueum of Natural His-
tory.

OCE AN FLYERS ARRIVE AT BERMUDA
QN FIRST LEG OF AT LANTIC FLIGHT

PROBED BY H[RS
Educator Emphasizes Influence
of Environment in School
in Bulletin Editorial.
Emphasizing education as the
whole process of individual de-
velopment as influenced by envir-
onment. Prof. George E. Myers, of
the School of Education, states inI
an editorial for the January issue
of the School of Education Bulle-
tin which went to press yesterday,
that the teacher's job is to cire t
the process of individual develop-
ment toward wholesome ;nds byj

SEEKS INCREASE
IN ROADS WORK

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ANN ARBOR NEWS-BRIEFS

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POLICE HOLD MAN prowler was attempting to enter a
ROBBERY SUSPECT room of the house.
At the time of his arrest Gray
Question George Gray in Regard told police officers that he was
to HFraternityHouse Theft. looking for, a student friend. He
--Fae_ is a printer, he said. Police will be
Arrested Friday on a charge of unable to take any more action in
reckless driving and held in county the case until their investigation is
jail for investigation pending trial complete, officers said.

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in justice court, George W. Gray,

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1.A . -┬░Associated Press Ph&uo
Mrs. Beryl Hart and Lieut. W. S. McLaren waving a farewell before
taking off from Hampton Roads, Va., in their freight-carrying plane
"Tradewind," for Paris. They arrived shortly afterwards in Bermuda.
DISCOURAGED SOVIETS IMMIGRATE
TO CHINA IN SPITE OF REGULA TONS

means of proper environmental in-
fluences.
The Bulletin will also contain an
editorial by Prof. George E. Car-
rothers, director of the division of~
University inspection of h i g h I
schools, entitled" Problems of the Associated Press Photo
small High School." In this, Pro- ~
fessor Carrothers presents statis-1 Chie s h bau o ,
tics showing the percentage of fail- rhief of the bureau of public
ures in the University made by stu- e sloym eespr,0pe tonalhe
dents of small high schools and employment of 100,000 additional
suggests ways to remedy the insuf - men through increased road con-
ficient training that these institu-t .
tions offer. YM.C.A Conference
Other features of the issue in- * **-
clude an article by Prof. Edgar G.,
Johnston, principal of the Univer-
sity High school, entitled "The Dele ts Diu
Principal of Coordination" and an d Problems
article by Prof. L. W. Keeler, direc-
tor of instruction at the University
Hospital school, dealing with the who attended the Y.M.C.A. National
teaching of invalids. Student-Faculty conference in De-
troit Dec. 27 to 31 reported the find-
Frings of the convention in their re-
France to Build New Aspective commissions in a meeting
Defense Chain in East yesterday afternoon in Lane Hall.
- Commission on the educational
(ByAssociated Press) system found a lack of motivation
METZ, France, Jan. 10-A cement in the average student, according to
defense chain, adapting its links to Edgar C. Hornik, '33. Investigation
the ground along the 200 miles of tended to show that the generally
France's new eastern frontier, is accepted system of marking schol-
being built with four billion francs acrs gives them a decidedly false
appropriated by parliament. purpose in their academic lives.
All the lessons of vile World war Lyle F. Passmore, '33, Marjorie E.
are being put to profit in this work, Griffith, '33, and Ruth E. Van Tuyl,
along with any other ideas that '31A, reported on commission III
may have come to the French staff i on the social and organized life of
since 1918. 1 the campus. They found that many
The new first line contains no extra-curricular a c t i v i t i e s are
forts, such as the stronghold of worthwhile in that they train the
Verdun. It is a rather long line of!student for uture work. Thedchief
field works, but it probably will1 problem in the field was deter-
not be fully described until after mined to be the fact that-most stu-
the next war, if then.-j dents under-emphasize or over-em-
About all that can be said of it is phasize activities. "Morals in a Day
that it is a continuous system, that of Relativity" was the subject taken
much of it is underground and up by commission IV, with the re-
some of it even under water. It sult that" finding the student's
embraces all that the French know philosophy of life and his God" was
about the ability of field works to felt to be the most crying need in
resist modern arms. the majority of colleges.

STARTS
TODAY

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Shows
1:30, 11:00

I le Thinks It Is a
MA N'S WAR-
Until He M e e t s
the Sweetheart of
the Army!

who gave his address as 3745 79th wo Hurt in Colision
street, Jackson Heights, Long Is-
land, was sentenced yesterday to Two men were slightly injured
serve a 90-day term in pail, "when a car driven by David Al-
Police are attempting to connect Idridge, 12509 Appohine street. De-
troit, skidded as Aldridge was driv-
hyet ing east on Jackson avenue yester-
early Friday from Phi Della Theta day, turned completely around and
fraternity, 1437 Washtenaw avenue, collided with a light truck driven
when the porter of the house tele- by Walter Wilkinson, 300 Jackson
phoned the police station that a avenue.

Cannot Find Work in Harbin;
Go on to Larger Cities
Sin Southern China.

jority of the refugees make their
way to Harbin where they are sure
of at least temporary aid.
Those who have the price or are

(By Associated Press)a-s
HARBIN. Manchuria, .Jan. 10.- able to borrow it buy passage to
Refugees from Soviet Russia still Shanghai, Peiping or other cities of
stream into Chinese territory de- China Proper, where there is a
spite efforts of Siberian authorities greater likelihood of their obtain-
to keep their nationals inside their ing work.
own boundaries.I Work in Harbin is almost impos-
And more than ever are seeking sible to find. The city is passing
aid in Manchuria.
With few exceptions, these peo- through a serious financial depres-
ple are destitute, possessing barely sion and thousands of Russians and
enough clothing to keep them from Chinese are faced by a jobless win-
freezing to death. ter.
Food, they say, doesn't exist in' The Chinese Eastern railway, the
Siberia in large enough quantities principal support of the city, has
to keep body and soul together and been forced to reduce its personnel
they are forced to depend on Rus- more than 50 per cent and is low-
sian relief societies in Manchurian ering freight and passenger rates
cities for maintenance. in a desperate effort to stimulate
Once across the border, the ma- business.
"We cannot make k'1 the ice cream so we just make the best of it"
TAKE HOME A BijCK-

The Gallant "Virginian"
Makes Up-to-Date Love
-Now He Treats 'Em
Rough!
with
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with
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at his f unniest!

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OLOCY
-rnd the Bond Bu ines
KNOWING PEOPLE
is more important
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TO THE
LAST
DROP!
Dizzy whirls and whizzy girls
and an amorous aviator who
found love at first light. It
sets the record for laughs.

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What people do ... and why they do it ...
ther actions and reactions individually and
as groups ... these are important considera-
tions to the business and professional man.
The psychology class room is destined to
play an increasingly important part in
developing leadership in the qualities
needed to further the world's scientific, in-
dustrial and financial progress.
The student who acquires a knowledge
of human behavior and applies it, is more
apt to succeed in the bond business than
the man who thinks his success is depen-
dent upon how many influential people he
may know--in short upon "pull." Wealth
or social position cannot be relied upon to

assure business progress; they may be a
handicap, unless their owner possesses the
other more essential faculties - such as
quick and sure judgment of character, power
of analysis, application and perseverance.
You may have thought casually about the
investment business as a possible career...
or it may never have occurred to you. In
either case, you will find it helpful in decid-
ing your future, to read our booklet, The
Bond Business-What it Requires-What it
Offers. Or, if it is convenient for you to stop
in at one of our offices, the manager will be
glad to tell you about the bond business
and help you decide whether it is the right
business for you.

With
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WALTER
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