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September 28, 1932 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1932-09-28

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WzCE TER, Mass., Sept, 27.
) - The .home of Judge Webster
Thayer, 74-year-old jurist, who pre-.
sided at the Sacco-Vanzetti trial, was
destryed. early today by a dynamite
bomb that injured his wife and a
maid.-
ThI house was wrecked, a garage
a the rear was tipped on its side and
homes for several hundred yards were
shaken, by.thle blast.
Police .said a neighbor saw an auto-
niobile draw up to the front of the
Thayer home a few minutes before
the explosion. A man got out, walked
to therear of the house, ran back to
the attomobile a moment later and
sped away. At the rear, beneath a
veranda andJ directly under the
judge's bedroom, police found bits of
the bomb.
Condition Not Serious
Mrs. Thayer was helped through a
front door by firemen and taken to
MVtemorial hospital, where her condi-
tipn was not regarded as serious. She
received several cuts about the head..
Joan Ashe, the maid, carried down a
fire ladder from her second flooi
room, was taken to City hospital, with
cuts, and bruises.
The judge walked from his home
unaided and remained on the grounds
to offer what aid he might be to in-.
vestigators. He was visibly shaken.
Virtually the entire city was roused
by the blast, which was heard for
miles.
Neither the police nor Judge were
ready to Jay the blame.
"I should hate to think," Judge
Thayer said, "that because a man'
does his duty before mankind and
God his penalty is this."
A 1ittle later, in a slightly more
smiling . manner, he commented:
"They can't kill me that easily."
Judge Thayer's home, at 180 Insti-

(Associated Press Photo)
One man was killed, and scores were bruised or stabbed in a clash between two factions of miners at
Springfileld, Ill. The riot represeffted a fight between armed groups of unionm iiners and others who have
organized a new uniion. This shows part of the participating crowd.

State Approves
Ypsi Highway
Improvement
Grading on Road to Be
Begun This Fall Over
6.5-Mile Stretch
Authorization of the widening of
Washtenaw Avenue between Ann Ar-
bor and Ypsilanti from 20 feet to 30
feet has been made, according to
Associated Press dispatches f r o m
Lansing. The order was approved by
the highway committee of the state
administrative board, and specifies
improvement over a 6.5 mile stretch.
Officials stated that because of the
lateness of the season the old 1924
road cannot be reconstructed until
next spring, but that grading opera-
tions may be begun this fall. Survey
parties are now at work on plans.
A $5,000,000 federal appropriation
to the state has made the work pos-
sible, the dispatches said.
Secrecy has largely hidden the at-
tempts of several prominent men to
gain approval of the project. Gover-
nor Brucker, Rudolph E. Reichert of
this city, Grover C. Dillman, state
highway commissioner, and L. D.
Townsend, engineer - manager are
among those who have advocated the
plan.
A traffic count conducted recently
by Townsend at the intersection of
the highway and the Belt Line cut-
off over a 24-hour period showed that
7,000 cars passed, in spite of the fact
that it rained continually and the
count was made on a Tuesday. Sun-
day traffic is estimated at approxi-
mately double this figure.
The highway is known officially at
US-23 and M-17, but is more oem-
monly called the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti
road. The widened Michigan Avenue
outlet east of Ypsilanti has become
important as an artery to Detroit,
while thousands of cars use it hourly
on days of football games.
The new highway east of Ypsilanti
has more than accentuated the nar-
row road on the west side, patched
and repaired frequently in its eight
years of existence.
Education Professors
Willpresent Report
The question of supply and de-
mand for teachers in the state of
Michigan will be the subject of a
report to be presented to the faculty
of the School of Education next
Thursday evening, it was learned
yesterday.
This report was compiled by Prof.
Arthur B. Moehlman and Prof. Clif-
ford Woody, both of the School of
Education, and was presented this
summer at a meeting of the city
superintendents of education in a
meeting at Traverse City.

A commission of three men was
finally appointed by then Gov. Alvan
T. Fuller and they reported they saw
no reason to reserve Judge Thayer's
death sentence.
Judge Thayer was threatened mnany
times and many demonstrations were
held in the vicinity of his home. No
resort was ever made to actual vio-
lence, however, and his home was
guarded each May day as a routine
assignment.
First Florida watermelons for 1932
were shipped north the last week in
April.

Alumni of the University .and of
Michigan State College will gather
for their annual banquet at noon,
Friday, at the Fort Shelby Hotel in
Detroit.
Elaborate preparations have been
'made in order to insure the success
of the dinner. According to T. Haw-
ley Tapping, general secretary of the
Alumni Association of the University,
this year's attendance is expected to
surpass all records for previous years.
Representing Michigan State Col-
lege will be Coach "Jim" Crowley
and Athletic Director Young. Speak-
ers from the University of Michigan
will include Coach Harry Kipke and
Athletic Director Fielding H. Yost.
Foreign Tennis Stars
Arrive for Competition
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 27.--(P)
-Tennis as it is played internation-
ally continued to draw attention in
the Pacific coast championships here
today as three more foreign stars ar-
rived.

Announcement has been made of
the continuation of the Upper Room
Bible Class following as nearly as
possible the same character contin-
ued for twenty years by "Father"
Iden who withdrew from active
leadership last May.

Dr.

May Urges Frosh
To Get Lockers Now

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

Workmen are renovating the floor
of Waterman gymnasium this week
in preparation for the first meeting
of freshman gym classes on Monday;
Oct. 10, it was learned yesterday.
Dr. George A. May, director of
freshman gym classes, urges fresh-
men enrolled in gym to obtain their
lockers in Waterman gym immedi-
ately.

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NOTICE
WALKER'S Home Laundry-Student
laundry a specialty. Terms very
reasonable. Dial 4776. We call,
for and deliver.
ATTENTION Fraternities and So-
rorities: Piano tuning by the con-
cert artist tuner. Phone 6776. The
highest quality of piano repairing
and tuning. Exclusive tuner for
University School of Music. Not
with any music house.
STUDENTS' ATTENTION - Nicely
furnished front suite. Family table
service. Home cooked meals $7.50
per week each. 612 Hill St.
STAYBROOK COUNTRY SCHOOL.
Washtenaw road. Full day rates
including lunch-$25.00 per month.
Half day rates-$12.50. Transpor-
tation provided. Age, from infan-
cy to 8 years. Mrs. H. S. Mallory,
director. Tel. 23891 and 9806.
NEW HOME LAUNDRY-Liberty at
Maynard. Free mending and darn-
ing. Collars and cuffs reversed.
opening special, 12c a shirt cash
and carry. Dial 8894.
BEAUTY WORK efficiently done.
Popular prices. Thorough. Sham-
poo with soft water. Raggedy Ann
Beauty Shop. 1115 S. University.
Phone 7561. Across from the Den.
SINGLE ROOM, large, first floor,

STUDENT LAUNDRY. Good soft3
water. Will call for and deliver.
Sure satisfaction. Telephone. 4863.
WANTED--Position as porter in
fraternity or sorority house. Gen-]
eral handyman. Reliable worker.
Good references. Phone 21214. Box
A.
LAUNDA Y-Soft water. 21044. Tow-
els free. Socks darned.
WANTED - Student and family
washing, rough dry or ironed.
Reasonable. Call for and deliver.
Phone 5118.
WANTED-to tutor in German. Have
M.A. degree. Write 396 Jordan
Hall. Reasonable rates.
WANTED-Men students for pleas-
ant evening work. Apply after 9
a. m. mornings at 312 Ypsi-Ann
Bldg., Washington and Fourth St.
WANTED-Students' laundry. Hand
work. Soft water, Phone 6047
after 12 noon.
WASHING AND IRONING-Called
for and delivered. Silks and wool-
ens guaranteed satisfactory. 23478.
611 Hoover.
WANTED-Girl to share modern 5'
room apt. with1two others. Very
reasonable. 312 E. Jefferson or
call' Miss Wisehart, A. A. H. S.,
daytime.
FOR SALE
NASH TUDOR 1926. Motor, chas-
sis, and tires excellent condition.
Will sell cheap. Phone 6528. G.
R. Reich afternoon or evening.
LOST
WANTED information about or re-
turn of Boston bulldog. Strayed,
Friday. Dark brindle. White on
face and on four feet. Seven
months old. License number 1290.
Reward. Call 7860 or 1110 Oak-
land.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Suite single and dou-
ble rooms for students or married
couple. Very reasonable. 509 S.
Division.
FOR RENT-Pleasant well kept
rooms. 325 E. Jefferson. Three
blocks from campus. Phone 4738.
SINGLE ROOM for grad. girl. $12
a month, or $9 a month with part
time work. 1425 Brooklyn.

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PLEASANT sunny rooms double $4,
and single $2.50. 724 South Di-
vision. lDial 8361,
FOR RENT- 2 room bacheloi' apart-
ment. new, refrigeration, $28, 1115
South University. Phone 7561 or
22876.
FIVE ROOM apartment with bath.
Very attractive. Well heated, also
garage and frigidaire. Dial 5833.
FINE 6 room on Brooklyn. Screened
porch. Pull attic. Not rented be-
fore. Owned. 4356. C. M. Smith,
1515 Brooklyn.
rWO double rooms. 4 blocks from
campus. $3.00. 1208 Oakland.
Phone 4457.
FOR RENT-1034 E. Huron. Fur-
nished suite between hospital and
campus. Redecorated. For two
$6.00 per week. One, $5.00.
SUITES, double and single. Rate
for club of five boys. Ideal for
medics. 712 E. Catherine.
FOR RENT-Completely furnished
apartment with private bath and
shower for 3 or 4 boys. Also fur-,
nished apartment for two. Steam
heat, shower, garage. Dial 8544.
422 E. Washington.
NICELY furnished rooms. Half
block from campus. $2.50 to $4.00.
Phone 3022. 224 South Thayer.
WELL FURNISHED study with sep-
arate sleeping rooms. Board op-
tional. Home cooking. 1130 Oak-
land. 5746.

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THOUGH... YOU'D MISS
YOUR DAILY, TOO ... BUT
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THEM THIS.
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he Michigan Daily
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