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December 18, 1931 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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UHJ CHILD POBLEMS RUT7YN1TLK
UN DERRE8EAsCH' 9T ALUMNI CTLU
Juvenile Delinquency, Behavior President to Address 7th Alumni
of Children, Studied in District Meeting, Tulsa
Elementary School. Club Tomorrow.
Research problems of various (pecia! ! The Itaili)

MANY SOLUTIONS F(
PRESENT ED TO ~
Atlanta Woman Proposes Penny-(
A-Meal Club for -Charity
for 5 Months.-
NEW YORK, Dec. 17-(')-How-t
ever unemployment and business t
difficulties may eventually be solv-t
ed, the National Committee on Mo- I
found no lack of plans.

ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 17.-Presi- Here are a few of them. Some area
dent Alexander G. Ruthven, was untried, others tested successfully.
the principal speakerat a luncheon A woman whose Wisconsin farm
held here today by the University┬░ homne, held by her family for 90
of Michigan club of St. Louis. years, was sold recently to sat y a
Dr. Ruthven arrived early thismortgage, proposes a moratorium
mcrning accompanied by T. Hawley prohibiting the foreclosure orsale
Tapping, general secretary of the under foreclosure for two years, or
alumni association and had break- until tforecloure oformltwoyeso
fast with a committee from the lo- until the return of normal ties."
fas wih cmmite frm. he o- A Hollywood salesman, who has
cal alumni club. During the morn- ,.AuHtlyo dfssanshn aK
ing Dr. Ruthven addressed a high ubank l aliei"romosesavinin5 a
t school assembly a d then attended 000 issue of "United Nation Bonds)"
luncheon. aibearing 4 per cent interest to be,
Dr. Ruthven and Mr. Tapping sold to those who now have "their
leave tonight for Tulsa, Okla.,
where they will attend the lunch- money in safe deposit boxes and7
eon of the meeting of the seventh
alumni district. Tomorrow night The proceeds would be lent, at 5
Dr. Ruthven will address a banquet per cent, to those who need assist-
of the Tulsa University of Michigan ance, and thus would "take the
club on the roof garden of the Trul_ sting out of charity," it is claimed.
sa Club, after which Dr. Ruthven The Penny-A-Meal club of At-l
and Mr. Tapping will return to Ann
Arbor. ConeratvePoe
In addition to his other engage- onservative ,
ments, Dr. Ruthven will deliver an System' Takes Lead
address to the students and faculty I
of a secondary school which is also 50 Hands Finis.ed
located in the city of Tulsa. The I
speech is to be given tomorrow
morning, and he is expected to ar- SEATTLE, Wash., Dec. 17.--{i)-
rive in Ann Arbor sometime Sat- Seagoing "conservative" p o k e r,
urday. Yplayed by George Broom. veteran

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)R DEPRESSION HSN UITS
RELIEF COMAJMIT TEE, S ~~
anta, Ga., conceived by Mrs. Thom-
as K. Glenn hose husband is
chairman of the First National
Bank, has received many members
who promise "to eat no meals for ChineseGeneral Resigns in Favor
the next five months without con- of Tso-Hsiang, Former
tributing one pen/ny each meal for Kirn Governor.
the aid of the unemployed.
A Connecticut man proposes that PEIPING Dec. 17.-()-Marshal
a fund of a, billion dollars be raised IPIIG e.1.(P-asa
annually, the income from which Chang Hsueh-Liang, ruler of Man-
would be used for old age pensions. churia since 1928, resigned as com-
Another plan suggests a "perma- mander of the Chinese forces there
nent emergency corporation" which today in favor of Chang Tso-
would oiler five hours' work a day i
on public projects to all applying. Hsiang, former governor of the
A New York engineer urges this province of Kirin.
as a propitious time for undertak- Chang Tso-Hsiang is a former
ing his plan of extending the tip of lieutenant of the resigned com-
Manhattani island six miles down mander, who rose to the rank of
the bay. lieutenant general after the sur-
render of Chang Tso-Lin, the father
Two AI',S Termed BEst of Marshal Chang Hsueh-Liang.
N 'wof aslCres forYearFThe announcement of the resig-
nation of the young marshal, now
33, was followed by another stating
LINCOLN, Neb., Dec. 17.--(I)- a general reorganization of the mil-
Two throne-less Als have come in itary control would take place. The
for recognition by students of jour- latter declaration was made after a
nalim at Nebraska Wesleyan uni- conference of Manchurian leaders
versity. here and it was taken to mean that
They voted former King Alphonse Marshal Chang had definitely cut
of Spain and Alphone Capone, de- loose from Manchuria.
posed gang leader of Chicago, as Nominates Successor.
the leading personalities in the news He nominated his successor be-
of 1931. fore lie resigned, however. His res-
Capone recently was convicted ignation covered his various posts,
and sentenced to eleven years in- among them the command of the
priconment in Chicago for violating navy and air forces as well as the
the federal income tax law. army chieftaincy.

MRS. CULBERTSON LEAVES BATTLE OF
CENTURIES FOR HOME AND CHILDREN

HAVANA, Dec. 17.-(P)-The Cu- band and Sidney Lenz and Oswald
ban petroleum bill, which seeks by Jacoby have been headed for out
revision of imports to break up al- of bounds. "Ely!" "Ely!" she has
leged foreign monopoly in Cuba, exclaimed on occasions, and her
has been stricken from the house husband has subsided in his vigor-
calendar, after having previously ous objections to what he thought
been approved. were unwarranted assertions that
Several representatives said they he was not following his own ten-
believed it has been shelved indefi- ets.
nitely. The Standard Oil Co.'s ,A rest period seemed today, how-
agency in Cuba opposed the bill ever, to have quieted the nerves of
vigorously, in a direct appeal to Culbertson, Lenz and Jacoby. They
the president, in communications were quite frayed at the last ses-
to the house and through the news- sion, a turbulent affair ending early
papers. Wednesday morning.

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