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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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e of $50,000 Ransom
Paid by Parents.

[ILADELPHIA, April18-I)
iorities predicted the arrest to-
of a man anid woman alleged to
kidnaped nine-year-old Hilda
!sky for $50,000 ransom at Wil-
gton, Del., Friday. They said
knew the kidnapers.
Ida was dropped from an auto-
ilie at the parish home of. Fr
ph Pugliese here Suniday and
!n home hysterical but unharm-
Father Publiese and police de-
ed no ransom was paid.
lice said they made no pledgE
mnmunity. The priest' declarec
was "bound not to reveal some
as of the matter."
tectlve Captain John. Creedoj:
his agents had_ had "an ad-
e tip." This was reported tc
r to a conversation abouto
aping overheard by two detec-
in a South Philadelphia res-
"ant Thursday night. The de-
ves could not hear all that wa:
but~ took note o. the man ant
ian who were talking.
ida herself assisted police. Shc
ribed two men who lured her
an automobile as she was goinE
chool and two houses inK Phila-
hia where she was held.
a automobile believed used it
abduction was found abandon-
in South Philadelphia. Sunda3
it.
ze abandonment of the girl fol-
d two contacts be ween the
st and the: alleged kidnapers
per Pugliese said a rman andz
ian called on him early Sunda3
asked. him to act as intermedi-
in. presenting a $50,000 ransor

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T"ripDuring Vacation IIlfVJ U d6 It OULD MA. ; PINTERESTI"NG HEROINE
Prof. A.D. M oore, of the Engineer- 1'f TPIPIWf Tq"' ' miss Gale, a modest, small wo-
ing Scchool, spent his spring vaca- IVI uI COLUMBUS, April18-" never! man wrTapped in a golden-brown
tion week in Was;hingtona, D.C., and e a'"' had a heroine in any of my storie,'s i 1coat was patient in dealing
New York City on Tau Beta Pi busi - - - but I feel sure that if I shouald ev;er with a Lantern reporter, a repre-
rT 1ness. fIiihrc ~c Offcwsrs F i Michigan use one I would find a college girl sentative of a downtown paper, and
While- in the se cities Professori Organization Attend First interesting material." a shay high school "cub" on her first
Moore miet. with various groups and i g So said Zona Gale, author. play- as signment.
alumni members to make contact.,, -residents~ Conference. wright, and member of the board of "Sympathy, understanding, and
for the purpose of securing gifts- regents of the Univerity ofWis- nsight into character are keynotes
to enable more Tau Beta Pi Fellow-a The first conference ever to be cousin for six years., as sheyw. t toin fiction writing:.
ships to be granted to some of the held by the ;)residents of the Stu-~ keep her appointment
88$ applicant~s left over after th-e. six dentL Christian asrsociati.ons in all speaker for the journaism sec.tioni
awadsrecntytadefoB19132Ten tuniivers;ities was held of the Ohio Educational Conferecnc
--- h- -- g Friday in the ChemistryAdo-
~fh~llat the Lawson Y.M.C. A. in Chi- m. yn
IH IHIca" o April 8i to 11. The purpose 19 9lipc-(1'lanec
lIi caiit;iw IllDENIts speifi;Curch Dogmas L.osing &I
pi~ ~ rblems, id the means it is emol onYouh, lai
TIMES qilzl .ployluiig to meet thaxn. H l nY uh . i
Te me~nmber"s that attended fromt
M ich ;iganwere: Juie Ayers, '33. (W T 11 1 r sPianist 1
' A ars fr Ntioal urrntpreidenit of t S. C. A. for 1932-33; URBANA, Ill., April 18.-Youth i=>
AwadsforNaionl urrntWilliam Ke'~ ins, '32, present presi- not irreligious! They are only less-;a
events Contest Announced dlent; and Liyle Passmore. '33, newly ing belief in the forms rnd dogmas
by Committee. elected secretary. of the church and synago gue. This' Lydia Mendelssohn
-- ~Thy' University of Michigan's is the opinion of James Waterman
Alfred Harvey Daniels. Ha rvard, S. C. A. programs compared favor- Wise of New York, who recently ad-! Theatre
u ni i v e r s i t y undergracuz 1', was ably with those of the other un i- dressed University of :Illinois stu-
awarded the $500 first prize inl the; versities. The parley on personal dents.
New,,, York Times' seventh annual; philos ophies which the S. C. A. will What is called lack of' religion by
intercollegiate current events coni- hold here April 23 and 24 attracted critics of modern youth is reallyTOI TAT81
test, it has beeni announced by thej a great deal of attention.! an attempt to find religious beliefs Tickets on Sale at Box Office
Times' committee in charge of the M Nichigan's relations with the in- by the experimnental method, the
contest. ternational students were said to speaker explained._________________

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u i ne conuesL, Wicn A i~is neictin zu j eI1J.Ua il'moreini a1I1 yLne pra i ~
mn a j o r educational institutions tise of sending foreign speakers
Le throughout the country, is based on around the. state to speak.
r, a n examination set by representa-' Some of the activities carried on
g tives of the faculties concerned,' at other Conference universities
- who are responsible for the judging were the parley on liquor held at
of the papers of the contestants.l Illinois, and the student-faculty t
n Honorable mention in the com- !conference on the economic crisis
- petition was given to Sylvan H1. at Northwestern. At the liquor par-
,y Nathan, of Cornell- university, and ley both sides of the question were
to J. B. Sirich, of the University of # resented by men of national prom-
Virginia, it has been announced. I hence. It attracted nation-wide
1e First \ prize is awarded by the+ attention.
sTimes to the student, whose paper{ Jule Ayers and Howard Meiers,
a after winning the competition held, president of the Minnesota S. C. A.,
y in his university, is adjudged best were appointed as co-chairmen to
- in a second contest involving the provide for a future m'eeting and
ni best papers in the individual col- to receive and redistribute the bi-
legiate competitions. monthly reports of programs.
SIn addition to the money; prize.. The conference decided that their
the winner is awarded the Times' programs were to be designed not
plaque "for knowledge of the news," 1I only to appeal to persons definitely
and by virtue of winning the in- a socia ted with some religious in-
dividual college prize another prizej stitution but also to nmake the
of $150, which is awarded to all the S. C. A. the headquarters for all de-:4
winners in the several colleges.* nominat ions.
Jacob Kellman, '33, won the con-- ---- -
test here this year, while E, Jerome Charles Hamilton, senior at Ohio
Pettit, '34, won the second prize of university, paid his way through
_, $75. college by scliin 27,1191) sandxiches.I

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'DIRECTOR
F7~ want one student in this univer-
Vsity' to organize air-tour groups.
erous financial return to the manl
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ng travel.
ruises are made in giant Pan Ameri-
multi-motored air-liners. Cool, luxu-
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our. The West Indies, Central Ameri-
South America out of the tourist
son, in all their native charm. Night
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ti, throbbing in the distant hills,
lama, crossroads of the world. The
ient Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza in
ratan. Mexico City, that mile-high
xopolis where bullfights still flourish.
Rio de Janeiro, sparkling Buenos
:s and Montevideo, Peru, Chile. To
se exotic places and a hundred others
ie 30 countries of Latin America coy-
Sby Pan American, largest air trans-.
system in the world, on 20,000 miles
rways.
his year these student group tours
be offered at 40%'- reduction from
idard passenger rates, between June 1
September 1. For examnple: this dis-
it brings air trips from Miami to
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