THE MICHIGAN DATLY
FAVORS BEARS NINETY-YEAR OLD MAN CLAIMS HE
ISJESSE JAMES; SEEKSPARDON
GovernorDoubts Story; Records place in the days of the James
Sh wH evdPio em bays, Jesse, and Frank. His facial tSo evdP~o emH SU [
LIUE rison Trma features were hidden by a shaggy
LTUdF B d "' erhi lte er agc
I0 LLAS 3U
eers of National Reputation
vited to Address Ann
intensive campaign in the.
city elections is planned byt
fferon club, newly-organized
of younger;Democrats. These
is. will give the club its first
,unity to exercises its politi-I
f u*ence. Many of the club's
ers, are former Republicans.
meeting Wednesday night in
auaty building, wart commit-
ere selected to make prepar-
for ward caucuses. Petitions
e city council race will be- re-
at these caucuses and final
ations for all city posts will
ade at the city Democratic
3 in February. Several gener-
nmittees, headed by that on
ity, were also selected at the
cl is planning to bring
prominent speakers here for
cratic rallies during both the
ampaign and the county, state
National campaign this fall,
ling to Albsrt J. 2: !Jker, presi-
Mayor Frank Muphy of De-.
ha beep invited and it is cer-
hat~ maiy national Democra-
aders will appear here during
umrmer and fall months. Don
Jntyre, manager of the Whit-
hotel, and local Dem-ocratic 1
,hasreceived assurance that
Smith makes a carmpaign tour
gh this section next fall, he
pea-k in Ann Arbor.
Jefferson club opened its ac-
s with a. Wilson day dinner
e Masonic temple last week.
ressman Michael J. Hart of
aw was the principal speaker.
Aha Is Candidate
>r Alderman's Place
[lowing the resignation M' on-
)f C. C. Freeman from the po-
1 of alderman of the sixth
,IT W. Nichols has announced
:ankdidacy- to fill the remain-
of the term. The office was
racant when illness forced Mr.
nan to terminate a fifteen-
period of service, and the pres-
erin expires in 1933.
the second ward, Alton P. W.
tt, is seeking the Republican
ination for the regular alder-;
s term beginninhg this Spring..
th men will appear on the )al-
Current Alumnus Praises Grads
Who Have Achieved Fame
in News Field.
More than 29 graduates of the
. 'University who have become prom-
inent journalists are listed in this
Prof. Fred Newton Scott of Mich-
igan was the first to offer courses
in an American university for the
r cexpre~ss p~urpose of fitting. students
for journalism. These courses were]
in rapid writing withr the aim of]
giving the student a useful tool
.Y for his future use.
:."It is recognized," the article
x :*..states, "that a few months in a real
' . 1 newspaper office are more valuable
than any college training to teach
the embryo journalist the mechan-
asociated Press Photo [.ics of his trade."
Richard Whitney, president ofj Among the better known jour-
New York stock exchange,who in alists in the list given were S.
ruiceni address~es defedsthepolicy' Beach Conger," '00, A.M., '03, for-
of sient seling as decon.ic nec-y mer director of the Philadelphia
essity in an open market. Public Ledger Service for central
_ssy__a___e____e_ and eastern Europe, George G.
Booth, A.M., '25 (Hon.), chairman
FRENCIIMINIS TER of the board, Booth newspapers,
OF WAR IS DEAD Elmer J. Ottaway, '94, publisher of
______the Port Huron, Times-Herald,
Mag~ot' Deth.Ic~r~ds BeakJames O'Donnell Bennett, '09 as of
Magino's Death1 HeraIds 'Break93, war correspondent of the Chi-
in French Cabinet. cago Journal during the Spanish-
'American war and of the Chicago
PARIS, Jan. 7.-(IP)-A French Tribune for the World war.
cabinet shake-up, on. the eve of Junius B. Wood, Ph.B., '00, Chi-
two important international con- cago Daily News correspondent in
ferences, may follow the death Russia, Jay G. Hayden, '04-'06,
Washington correspondent of the
early today of Andre Maginot, six- Detroit News, Mark Foote, '03,1
foot former army "top kick", who Washington correspondent of the
held the post of war minister. Booth newspaper syndicate, and
The question, was complicatedbyHoward Blakeslee, '00, '01, '02, '03,
'04, '05, editor of the Science Ser-
the ealh o th vetranforignvice of the Associated Press.
unae Daair jvrne" bead, his' clothes were ragged an
EXEOSIO SPING, M., an.torn.
EXECLSIOR SPRINGS, Mo., Jan. oHe was in doubt about his exact
7.-(AP)-When a man named Jesse age, variously giving it as 89, $0
Iames was buried near Kearney, and 92. Historians say the real
Mo., in 1882, it was believed one James was born in 1847 . and had
of the middle-west's most notori- he lived to the present day would
ous outlaws had been put to rest. be 84 years old. James was sup-
Now comes an aged man who posed to have one finger missing.
says the historians were mistakenAll the fingers of James the "Lat-
and that he is the real Jessee lest" are intact.
James. Prison records bore out his state-
James "the Latest" appeared in ment that he had served a sentence
this.-section two years ago and won in the penitentiary at Chester, Ill.,
some local attention as "William for manslaughter in connection
Jesse James," cousin of the outlaw. with the slaying of Everett Shelton
Now he says he is none other than five years ago. He was known there
the real Jesse James. as Jesse James.
He went to Jefferson City Wed-
nesday to seek a pardon for his ,.i..' n
real or fangied crimes of half a i-etltl fs or Changes
century ago. Gov. Henry S. Cau- i Dry Law Are ile
field, however, preferred td believe
the historians and decined to (S/k'l *o 7( 'ppu Iaily>)
comply with the aged man's re- T pLANSING, Jan. 7.-Two petitionsj
quest. d containing 20,000 names calling for
He returned here Wednesdaynmsclln o
night. eunedninterview he spoke changes in state prohibition laws,
accurately of events which took have been filled with the depart-
___I-ment and additional signatures are
De Sitter's Theory Accepted byl--NO--CE
Famous Scientist After NT__E
Observatory Tests. MOE LAUNDRY
204 North Main Phone 3916
PASADENA, Calif., Jan. 7.-(P)-- For those who need prompt de-
Agreement between Dr. Willem de pendable service. 200c
Sitter, scientist of Holland, and Dr. TPEWRITERS, all makes, bought
Albert Einstein, German mathe- sold, rented exchanged, repaired.
matician, on the solution of the O. D. MORRILL, 314 So. State.
universe was announced today at a. 307c
lecture gveni by D. De Sitter at ___________ _ -___ -___-
Mt. Wilson observatory before DrTYPEWR I N G AND MIMEO-
Einstein and about 30 famous sci- GRAPHING promptly and neatly
entists. done., 0. D. MORRILL, 314 So.
The two men advanced conflicting State .t. 308c
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stein contending that it was sta- WANTED
tionary and Dr. De Sitter that it
was in motion. WANTED-Theses typing wanted.
In his lecture today Dr. De Sitter[ Call 4613, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. or
said he and Dr. Einstein agreed 8809, evenings. 360
now that the universe is in motion.1 FORSA
The agreement was brought about'-_ F _____A_______E___
through observations made at the PEA PEBBLES
Two Die When Shark
Capsizes Boat in Sea
SAN DIEGO, Calif., Jan. 7.-(IP)-
A large shark caught on a fishing
line capsized a rowboat in the
treacherous waters south of Des-
clanso point, lower California, Wed-
nesday, and two men were drown-
T he victims were Efrain Ybarra,
36, and Francisco Durazzo, 25. Two
other fishermen in the boat escap-
ed after a bitter struggle against
expected in the near future. Vot-
ers will probably be given the op-
portunity to pass on various
amendments at the next election.
Catholics to Perform
Penance Next Sunday
In accordance with a requestby
Bishop Michael J. Gallagher that
all Roman Catholic churches in the
Detroit diocese observe a day of
penance and prayer for relief from
the depression, Rev. Thomas R.
Carey, pastor of St. Thomas church
! bservatory here which disclosed. Phone 7112, Killins Gravel Co.
that the nebulae, or most distant 294c
stars, are receding from the earth E---y__-_--
at a rapid pace. ~REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
Dr. De Sitter said there are two Finance Company for balance
solutions to the problem, one that, due. 311 W. Huron. Phone 22001.
the universe is expanding, the see- 235
ond that it is oscillating, or in other-'
words, the nebulae travel, away FOR RENT
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here has announced that next Sun-
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olics. Special evening services in-
cluding a solemn procession are
planned. All Catholics Are asked
to refrain from attending theatres
or other places of public amuse-
ment on that day.
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She Wanted the Joys Of The Present
Without The Sorrow& Of A Past
minister, Aristide Briand, which,
some Paris morning papers said, is
so poor as to make it impossible
for him to stand the strain of con-
Allen to Attend Fire
MILK and ICE CREA
One of thd
M. Maginot died at 2 a. m., of'
typhoid fever, with complications.
During the day he had shown
marked improvement and the end
was unexpected, although his con-.
dition had been considered serious
He was 54 years old. His political
career developed siice the war,.
during which he enlisted in the
army as a private -and became a.
Prof. Shirley Allen of the school
of forestry and conservation will
leave Sunday for Avarquette to at-
tend a meeting of fire wardens of
the department of conservation.
While there, Professor Allen will
do educational work infire preven-
tion in two of the adjoining dis-
# After leaving Marquette, Profes-
sor Allen will attempt to establish
I community forests in several school
districts around Amasa.
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6 Lunches-6 Dinners-I Sunday Dinner for $5.12
on a Meal Ticket.
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