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October 06, 1931 - Image 8

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SENATOR DWIGHT W. MORROW DIES
OF SUDDEN CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE
(Continued From Page z) with Sen. and Mrs. Morrow at their
irst this morning and the second summer estate in Maine. The Mor-
his afternoon. rows returned to Englewood recent-
Col. and Mrs. Lindbergh were on ly but the child was left in Maine
their way to Shanghai today with for a longer stay. F
heir damaged plane, broken sev- Miss Alice Morrow and Mrs. Ag-
eral days ago when the famous flier nes Morrow Scandrett, sisters of the
md his wife were hurled into the late senator were to have sailed at
flood waters of the Yantze River. 4 o'clock today for Istanbul aboard
Their plans after leaving China, the American Export liner Exilona.n
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where they have been making aerial They cancelled their passage.
surveys in connection with flood re-g
ief, had not been announced, but Grimes PitchsCards c
vas taken for granted that what- Gses C
ever their plans might have been to Victory in Third p
they would be changed now to per-
mit the Lindberghs to return home. (Continued From Page z) i
When the Lindberghs left on their beat the World Champions for the a
extended aerial vacation to the Ori- second straight time and took ah
ent they left their year-old baby two-to-one lead in the series on j
the home grounds of the Athletics.
Again the spectacular young out-
fielder, Pepper Martin, was a thorn
in the side of the AA's, as he fig-
ured prominently in the winning
C A H9T HULINGdrive. i
Martin connected for two hits,a
running his total for three gamesb
All Taxis Would Have Meters to seven, but he was well support- h
ed in the attack on Grove by Cat-c
Under Changed Ordinance; cher Jimmy Wilson, who got threef
Operators Agree. hits, as well as by Grimes and Jim
Bottomley. Altogether, the Card-
(Continued From Page i) inals shelled Grove for 11 hits and
jab; A. F. Gembella, United Cab; four runs in eight innings, con- t
Valter Wagner, Red Arrow Cab. centrating their scoring drives in
The essential change effected by the second and fourth frames. a
he amendment is that all cabs They tallied once more in the y
nust carry meters. All complicated ninth off youngLeroyrMahaffey. 1b
chedules of fiat rates will thereby---*-

KATHERINE KELL[
WILL GOON TAIl1
Fred Smith's Sweetheart to
Arraigned Before Judge
Sample Thursday.
(Continued From Page i)
reasons for the grand jury inves
gation of Miss Keller's possible p
ticipation in the murders as a pr
cipal, had indicated himself.
prejudiced also.
Judge Sample denied any lack
mpartiality, saying some reasc
able basis for a grand jury inve<
gation must be given, and that
himself, he entertained no feelir
for or against Miss Keller as cc
cerned her part in the killings.
He defended newspaper accour
saying they had been fair and i
biased.
The accessory indictment for h
ng Fred Smith, her sweethea
after the crimes had been standi
before the present jury met. It 1h
been reported that Miss Kel
would not be arraigned on t
oharge until the grand jury 1h
inished its work.
Miss Keller's bond remained
10,00, and she was recommitt
o county jail after her court a
earance.
The grand jury will be in sessi
again this morning. No report h
yet been received on Judge Curt
body.

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be abolished.
Another important effect of the
meter requirement is that many of
the wildcat taximen, now operating
on a narrow margin of profit, will
be unable to continue if they have
to support meters, with rentals and
upkeep to pay.
Only companies on a sound basis
now will be able to stay in business;
assured of fair competition and suf-
ficient patronage they may be ex-
-pected to give better service.
The meter rate authorized by the
old ordinance is 35 cents for the
first mile, with 10 cents for each
added half mile or fraction. A
charge of 25 cents for each addi-
tional passenger for the entire jour-
ney has been allowed, with 10 cents
for each 3-minute wait. No cabs
now in Ann Arbor have meters,
however.
The new meter rate is virtually
the same, with the exception that a
short run may be made at lower
cost: 25 cents for the first half
mile, and 10 cents for each added
half mile. The same rate is in force
for more passengers, and 10 cents
charged for each'4-minute wait.
Maximum rates under the amend-
ment are higher than the flat rates
now generally in force. It is not ex-
pected, however, that taxi compan-
ies will charge the most possible
now, any more than they have in
the past.
Assurance of this will be sought
by representatives of The Daily,
speaking for the student body, at
the open hearing. While an increase
in tariff is to be expected on J-Hop
and similar night, it is expected by
the editors that cab companies will
not charge for extra passengers un-
der ordinary circumstances.
If this requirement is met, the
student will be able to ride a short
distance, less than half a mile, for
25 cents. The taxi owner will 'be able
to make expenses by the propor-
tionately higher rates on long hauls.
says
Our popular priced
photograiphs are really
worth more than we
ask. Photographs that
are only maps of faces
are not worth much,
but photographs, that
bring out your best
characteristic and are
artistically done, are
priceless. We are not
pleased until your are.
Better arrange today
for a new portrait.
Studio
619 East Liberty

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To All Seniors
It is time to have your Ensian photo-
graphs made!
Go to the Ensian office in the Press-
Building on Maynard street and get a
Photographers' Receipt. Fill in the list
of student activities as they are to ap-
pear in the Ensian.
This receipt is to be taken to an offi-
cial studio and an appointment made
-or you can phone for them.
Two dollars will be refunded on any
order for portraits that you place.

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