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Sorority Girls
In New House
1 For This Year
ill Grou.p Ousted By Fire
f Fid Residence; None
To le~ave University
-() Members of Alpha Gamma Delta,
r e- who wvcre turned out of their sorority j

Confessed Killer

Expects tateiei
Agree With Vet
Self-Destruction

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LOS ANGELES, Calif., Feb. 28.-
-A former statement' clos ng the

cently-renewed investigation of the house last Sunday morning, due to
death of Paul Bern, motion picture fire which destroyed the entire build-
executive and husband of Jean -lar- ing, have made few definite plans
low, was forecast for today by Dis- for the future, beyond the renting of
trict Attorney Burton Fitts, but W. a new house located at 920 Lincoln
W. Widenham, foreman of the county for the remainder of the school year.,
grand jury who reopened the inquiry, Contrary -to expectation, none of
gave no indication he would join in it. the Alpha Gamma Delta members
The district attorney indicated the were forced to leave school perma-
statement will agree with the self- nently after the occurrence. Those
destruction verdict of a coroner's in- who went home returned within a
quest. Widenham declined to com- week.
ment after watching a re-enactment i According to Mary Alexander, '34,
of Bern's supposed death in the a member of the sorority, the co-op-
Benedict canyon home where he lived eration of deans, faculty members,
during the few months he was mar- and students has been greatly appre-
rid to the platinum blonde screen ciated. "We are getting along nicely,
actress. under the circumstances, due to the
Earlier in the day evidences of a aid offered by Miss Lloyd and the
party for two at the Bern home dur- others in the dean of women's office,"
Iing Miss Harlow's absence on the she said.
night of the film executive's death "Unfortunately, only two girls in
last September were revealed by Mrs. the house were insured for clothing,"
Winifred Carmichael, a servant, who she continued. "They were Ellen
told of the visit of a strange woman Kean,s'34, and myself."
who avoided servants. Miss Alexander stated that more
srvntdefinite arrangements for building a

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Mrs. Carmichael said she heard a
feminine scream in the house andI
later discovered a wet, yellow wom-
an's bathing suit on the edge of a
private swimming pool. Nearby were
two empty glasses. A piece of cake,
she said, intended for Miss Harlow
and left in the acress' dressing room,!

new house and re-establishing the
chapter could be made when advice
was received from the national or-
ganization.
Give Up Plan For Local
Showioa Of Detroit Plav

was eaten but not by Bern.
Mrs. Carmichael said she was not Plans to bring the Bonstelle Civic
asked about these things at the cor- Theatre company to Ann Arbor Mon-
oner's inquest and consequently did day night for a performance of "An-
not tell of them then. Fitts said her other Language," now in its first
story added no facts not known at week in Detroit, have been aban-
the time of the inquest. doned because of a decision to extend
the present run an extra week, Rob-,
hayden Criticizes ert Henderson,ndirector of the the-
atre, said last night.
Philippine iaasure Ending the 1932-33 season of the
Detroit organization, "Another Lan-
(Continued from ge 1) guage" was to have been presented
(otedrPe)at the Michigan Theatre here with
be called representing the executive the same cast now appearing.in De-
and legislative branches of both the troit. The company includes Patricia
American and Philippine govern- Collinge, who has just completed the
ment. Speaker Roxas was of the New York run of "Autumn Crocus,"
opinion that such a conference could in which she was starred., with
do little more than has already been Francis Lederer; Lester Vail, star of
accomplished. several Henderson Dramatic Festi-
The broadcast was one of a weekly vals; and three former University
series -on government being offered students, Mr. Henderson, Mildred
under the auspices of the Joint Corn- Todd, '32, and Alan Handley, '32.
mittee on Civic Education by Radio -- ------
of the National Advisory Council on cal science department, is chairman
Radio in Education and the Ameri- of this committee. The series is
can Political Science Association. broadcast over the blue network of
Prof. Thomas H. Reed, of the politi- the National Broadcasting Company.I

-Associated Press Photo
"Iggy" Varecha, of Chicago, ac-
cording to police has confessed to an
orgy of crime that included at least
three wanton killings and several
other crimes. Former inmate of an
institution for mental defectives,
Varecha shouted after his confession,
"But I am insane!"
As D. Moore To
Speak At Union
On Personality
Prof. A. D. Moore of the electrical
engineering cdepartment will address
a smoker and reception of the Stump
Speakers Society tonight in the
Union.
Stump Speakers Society, local
chapter of ,Sigma Rho Tau, national
engineers speech society, is to be
organized on a new plan this semes-
ter, it was said, with the view of edu-
cation through speech rather than
in speech work.
Six groups are to be organized,
each with definite subjects for dis-
cussion, including recent develop-
ments affecting engineers, engineer-
ing philosophies, and problem groups
in economics, government, and social
studies.'
All engineering students interested
are invited to attend.
Free Beer Is Publicity
Plan At California Dance
BERKELEY, Cal., Feb. 28.-Free
beer and free cigarettes with every
bid purchased for the University of
California Sophomore Informal is the
publicity plan of the committee in
charge. It is intended to supplement]
the "Beer and Beards" idea of the
. ance and to attract a record crowc'

Crew Safe As
Boat Sinks Off
Oregon Shore
Wind, Tide Force Former
Rum Runner Onto Jelly
At Mouth Of Columbia
ASTORIA, Ore., Feb. 28. - (UT)
While her crew of 10 mourned the
loss of their captain, surf-battered
wreckage was all that remained today
of the former rum runner Pescawha.
On her way to sea for the first
time in seven years, the 40-foot craft,
at last an "honest" whaling boat,
was swept by strong wind and cur-
rent Monday night onto the sharp
rocks of the north jetty at the mouth
of the Columbia river. Then she was
swung around the jetty's head and
onto the sands of Peacock spit. There
seething surf pounded a spectacular
finish to the boat's spectacular career
Capt. Victor 14. Riley of Portland,
owner and master of the former
liquor carrier, which was manned by
a "land lubber" crew, attempted to
launch the boat's small dory andt
was carried to sea by a large wave,
Others aboard, including the mate,
Thomas F. Haskell of Portland,
leaped over the side and was washed
to safety on the beach.
Three coast guards from the Cape
Disappointment and Point Adams
stations, who had futilely attempted
to save the crew while the Pescawha
was still on the jetty, administered
first aid.
On Feb. 3, 1925, the Pescawha fig-
ured in a thrilling rescue of the cap-
tain and eight crew members of the
lumber carrier Caoba in the face of
a 50-mile gale near the mouth of the
Columbia shortly after the revenue
cutter Algonquin came alongside.
The late Capt. Robert Pamphlet and
his men aboard the Pescawha were
arrested and the vessel, with its
$200,000 cargo of liquor seized.
Mother, Five Children
Killed In Flint Blast
FINT,, Feb. 28. -- () - Police and
firemen. today were endeavoring to
learn whether gasoline or kerosene
poured on live coals caused an ex-
plosion here Monday that cost the
lives of Mrs. Mildred Hamilton, 21,
and four 'of her five children.
Six-year-old Ernest Hamilton, the
only child who escaped without in-
jury, told authorities he believed his
mother had been building a fire. The
boy stepped out of the house just be-
fore the explosion.
The father, William Hamilton, em-
ployed at an automobile plant, col-
lapsed when he learned of the
tragedy.

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Senator Norris Attacks Wall Street; New York Bank Heads Resign; Jean Harlow

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Associated Pred.,Photos

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Associated press Photos

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Charles E. Mitchell (left) resigned as chairman of the National
City bank of New York and Hugh B. Baker (right) quit as president of
the National City company, an affiliate of the Natioinal City bank. Both
testified before the Senate stok market investigating committee.

Sen. George W. Norris of Nebraska used this eight-foot chart to illustrate to the Senate his version
of how interlocking directorates make .it pos lble for major banking houses in New York to "control" most
corporations of the United States.

Jean Harlow Bern was recently exonerated from any implication
following the death of her husband, Paul Bern. At the coroner's the
verdict was brought of death by suicide.

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