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PAGE TWO

THE MICIIGAN

DATLY

SA TUPDAY, MARCH 26, 1932

JAPANE[ T [ROD PS
ENGACI U-C CHINESE
AS TEATIES FAIL
Each Headquarters Blames Other
as Skirmishing, Sniping
Occur on War Front.

PASSENGERS QUIT DOOMED VESSEL OFF BERMUDA

'FOTRCAPTURED;
HELD I JLEXINGTON

PROMINENT DRAFTSMEN CONTRIBUTE
TO EXHIBIT NOW BEING SHOWN HERE

Illustrations by Four Leaders'
in Architecture Buildin

Display This Week.
Paroled Embezzler Had Swindled
Local Contractors of The exhibit of architectural illu-
Over $3,000. strations and renderings circulated
I ; by the American Federation of Arts.

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PEACE PARLEY

FALTERS

Raymond Foster, who has been
sought by local police since March
18 on several charges, was captured
in Lexington, Ky., yesterday after-
noon by officers of that city andj
was held for Ann Arbor police.
Foster was arrested in Ann Arbor

Official Communique Anounces
'Same Progress' for
Negotiations.
SHANGHAI, March 25. - (R}) --
Sino-Japanese peace negotiations
lagged perceptibly today, while ar-
mies of the two nations engaged in
sniping and skirmishing a few miles
outside Shanghai.
Each blamed the other for a clash
between outposts near Kating, and
neither had an official explanation
of sniping between troops in the
vicinity of Chiawangmiao, incidents
which added to the general uneas-
iness.
The Chinese dcfl25t ihe 12% mile
limit ultimatum of te Japanese
when they o:cupied Chiawangmiao
recently, and they have shown no
disposition to retire across Soochow
creek as the Japanese have de-
manded.

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Chinese Pessimistic.
The delegates-Chinese, Japanese
and neuti s alike - emerged from
a three-hour session of peace nego-
tiations with weariness written on
their faces, although the official
communique noted, as usual, "some
progress was made."
The Chinese insisted there was no
advance in negotiations.
The Japanese cautiously reiterat-
ed that three points were discussed,
the remainder of Chinese troops in
their present positions, withdrawal
of Japanese forces, and selection of
a point board to supervise the with-
drawal.
Japaiese military authorities said
th e y "hoped positive measures
would not have to be taken" at
Chiawangmiao, and announced the
continued movement of troops of,
the 11th division toward Tokio.

I n ctber. 193 ,nor embezzling
$100. On Oct. 13 of that year he
Xl: .. " :. ..: .> ,, ' ,was sentenced to serve from one to
five years in Jackson prison. He
previously had served a term in the
Washington state penitentiary for
These striking pictures s forgery.
the sea rescue of passengers of Foster was paroled Dec. 10, 1931,
the Canadian steamship Prince to Chief of Police Thomas M. O'-
David which struck a reef off Brien of this city. A short time ago
Hamilton, Bermuda. Passen- he married an Ann Arbor woman in
gers and members of the crew Elkhart,Indianan without O'Brien's
are shown above in a lifeboat
afte leaingthe triken es-permission, thus violating his pa-
set. The pictures were made role.
from the Canadian steamship The terms of Foster's parole also
Lady Somers which rushed to stated that he was not to leave the
the aid of the sinking ship. The city without permission. This he
Prince David was out of Boston violated when he went t o Pits-
: piansscrs for Ber- burgh in February. Thursday,
March 17, it was learned that Fos-
-----------_--___-- - ---------- ----ter was in Ann Arbor.
Friday morning officers went to
(BEN FIT PROGRAM WLL BE GIVENhis home to make the arrest. His
BY GRAND RAPIDS SEA SCOUT BAND wife told them that he had left two
---O1hours before, promising to be back
in twenty minutes. He did not re-
RI C ACTIVIT I E Organization Which Played at as a piccolo solo. turn t
Wisconsin Game to Jppear "Under the Double Eagle," march, Later it was found that he had
ererdWagner; "The Glow Worm," Lin- swindled local contractors out of
Here Next Friday. eke: "Slidus Trombonus," novelty approximately $3,000 and had pass-
Yearlings May Choose Program l number, Lake; "Mother Machree," ed worthless checks for hundreds
to Follow After The Grand Rapids Sea Scout Olcott-Hall, trombone solo; "Maz- more, as well as contracting for two
Vacation band, which appeared here as a urka Russe," Ganne; "Somewhere a high priced car.s
_____n pinch-hitting organization for the Voice is Calling," Tate, marimba The report received yesterday
Plans for freshman physical ed- University of Wisconsin band at solo; "Death of Custer," American afternoon comes as the climax of a
the post-season football game last Indian fantasy, Johnson; and "In nation-wide hunt. He will be re-
ucation activities after spring va-|fall, will make its first regular Ann a Monastery Garden," Ketelby. turned to Ann Arbor to face a half
cation were announced yesterday Arbor appearance next Friday night Tickets are on sale at Rider's Pen dozen charges.
by Dr. George A. May, director of at the Whitney Theatre, under the shop, Schaeberle music store, Fiegel
physical education for men. auspices of the Boy Scout band of clothing store, and from any mem-
Freshmen may choose any one of the Washtenaw council. , ber of the Boy Scout band or any
mt of The concert will be for the bene- Scout leader. BRIG HTSPO T
a number of activities in place o f the local Scout band musica
the compulsory gymnasium work. and instrument fund. T. Bruce 802 Packard St.
Cards will be handed out at the Rider is director of the Ann Arbor
next hygiene lecture for the fresh-' band and is organizing its activi- W R Today, 11:30 to 1:30
nexthygene ectre fr te frsh-I ties. He is manager for this concert. Bcn gs os
men to indicate their choice. Furth- The 50-piece Grand Rapids band THREE DAYS Spaghetti with MeatsBalls
er announcements will be made and composed entirely of Sea Scouts, is, STARTING SUNDAY Roast Veal
questions answered at that time. organized and maintained by the Mashed Potatoes
Activities men may choose, to- Grand Rapids Rotary club. It has Shredded Lettuce
gether with times and places for been considered one of the best Pineapple Upside Down Cake
reporting, are: boys' bands in the country, and is Coffee, Milk
Track and baseball, at athletic one of the largest Scout organiza- 30c
field at 3 o'clock daily. tions of the kind, probably the
Soft ball, tennis, and golf, at In- largest Sea Scout band in the coun-5:30 to 7:30
tramural office at 3 o'clock daily. try. A Soup
Swimming, at Intramural swim- Among the numbers to be pre- THOMAS MEIGHAN Cubed Beef Steaks
ming pool, at 4 o'clock Mondays and sented are: "Scouts of the Sea," CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD Pork Chops
Wednesdays. Carroll-Keane (official national Sea William Bakewoi Barbara Weeks Veal Fricassee '
Handball, wrestling, and boxing, Scout song); "Pique Dame over- Linda Watkins James Kirkwood Roast Leg of Lamb
at Waterman gym, 3 o'clock daily. ture," von Suppe; "The Sea Scout FOX PICTURE Roast Beef and Pork
Regular classes also will be held Band on Parade." including "Roses COMING WEDNESDAY Tomatoes, Cabbage and Apple Salad
at Waterman gym on Mondays and of Picardy," a baritone solo, and CEWax Beans
Fridays at 4 o'clock, and on Tues- "Aloha Oe," Hawaiian song played UNEXPECTED FATHER' Bread and Butter
days and Thursdays at the same as a horn solo; "Them Basses" Huckelberry and Apple Pie
hours. march, Huffine, as a bass solo, and SLIM SUMMERVILLE Cake, Jello
Each man must furnish his own the "Whistler and His Dog," played i ZASU PITTS 40c
equipment in tennis and golf, and____ I_____________
the fifty-cent greens fee must be No Cure for Pyorrhea - - -
paid in golf. Instruction in these
two sports will be given those who Dr. W .C. Fleming Says
wishi it

MICHISAN
He's a
Ding, Dong
Daddy
. . . and you oughta see hin
strut his stuff! Imagine Joe E
Brown as the peerless pride of
hook and ladder boys, a fiire.
eating fool with flames in his
heart and water on the brain!
You'll neverastop laughng!
He's a panic!

bly t11h 1 Am1G11ir111' VU.F l frA- s~..
now being shown in the ground
floor cases of the Architectural
building, is open to the public daily
except Sunday, from 9 to 5 o'clock'.
It includes the works of four out-
standing draftsmen who mauifest
j surprising contrasts in style and
technique.
Hugh Ferris is celebrated for his
visualistic- and realistic rendern=
of the future city. i~s style iL im-
pressionistic with the power for
suggesting vast space and distance.
Experienced in skyscraper con-
struction, he contributed largely to
the Titan City exhibition of six
years ago, the first organized pro-
ject of future city planning.
Otto R. Eggers, termed "the fin-
est renderer in America," is dis-
tinguished for his felicitous use of
shrubbery, figures and sculpture.
The delicacy and grace of his draw-
ings lend a marked pictorial charm

to his presentation of architecture.
Chester Price who is at present
designing many ci the buildings to
be erected for the Chicago World's
Fair, places the greatest emphasis
upon the building itself, but is
meticulous in his rendering of the
natural environment.
The lithographs of Joseph B.
Himmelheber are a few taken from
the extensive series of portraits he
made of the governmental build-
ings in Washington, D.C. His ren-
derings of the Washington monu-
ment and the Lincohi memorial are
particularly satisfying and show his
realistic powers of presentation.
SecresThre Printst
The transportation department
of the engineering school has re-
cently added to its collection of
over fifteen Currier and Ives litho-
graphs, three depicting railroading
in the days of wild west. A mate of
one of them, "American Railroad-
in; Sc e," recently was auctioned
oa the Anderson galleries in New
York for $190.

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E.

RACKET!
Choir Master Plays Favorite
and Ends Pool.
(Special to The Daily)
LAKE FOREST, Ill., March 24.-1
students at Lake Forest academy,
bored with the morning chapel ex-,
ercises, have devised a way to put
a little pep into the morning hymn
by putting up a pool on which hymn
the head-master would choose for
the morning devotional services.
Ten students contributed a quar-
ter each and the winner collected
the pot. A scandal was unearthed
when it was found out that it was
one of the faculty men and not the
head-master who was choosing the
hymns and that this teacher had
been tipping off one of his favorite
students for two weeks about the
number of the hymn.
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PARA-
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NEWS

IIThere is no panacea for pyorrhea,
Pharmacists to Visit acording to Dr. W. C. Fleming of
the University of California dental
Detroit Stearns Plant school. Dr. Fleming visited the
Michigan dental school last week
The students and faculty of the on his way home after attending
pharmacy school will have an op- dental conventions in Columbus.
portunity of seeing a real pharma- "Pyorrhea may result from a
ceutical factory in action when they ; number of conditions," he said,.
visit the factory of Fred Stearns "among which may be poor care of
Pharmaceutical company in Detroit the teeth or a general diseased con-
next Wednesday. dition. There are no sure cures."

DAB TIC

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11:00 P. M.
10c to
2 P.M.

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Electric Range was-a
luxurywhenw were married
0.. . Now I couldn't be

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