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zar as Jaxe
vy Toll In
tern States
rn California Is
Hit By Gales; Two
; Three Missing
rips Minnesota
rature Falls To 17
ees Below Zero;
e Die From Cold

THE
Beer In The Balance In Commiuee
r * ~t ssc , r* ea~ . . . ..aov a~ ~ $

ing

Press)
ated states-
nia-today sur-
death-dealing
of a blizzard,
and gales.
.ntry was dig-
-blocked high-
at least three
with mercury
degrees below
nia was count-
loss of life it
mile gale.
Tew York lolled
11 in history
hermometer at
. Chicago and
inter tempera-
s Coast
orts said the
g through or-;
of oil.well der-
least two lives
damage ap-

Geysers' Will
Be At World's
Fair Exhibits
Are Modeled From Device
Utilized By University'
Geology Department
An extensive display of artificial
geysers modeled after one in the'
geology department will be at the
Century of Progress exposition at the
World's Fair in Chicago this summer.
Prof. C. G. Croneis of the Univer-
sity of Chicago is in charge of this
exhibit. During the past summer his
predecessor, Prof. Volney Lewis,
visited the University geology depart-
ment and took specifications of the
model which is regularly used in in-
troductory geology to demonstrate
the action of geysers.
Professor Croneis is having the
models constructed of unbreakable!
glass so that the complete action in-
side the geyser can be observed.
"These glass models will probably be
the first of their kind ever construct-
ed," Prof. William H. Hobbs of the
geology department stated.
The model here, from which the
exhibit models will be constructed,
is of galvanized iron. A long, nar-
row iron cone with the narrowest
end at the top is hung on tripods.I
The large opening is sealed shut, but
the narrow neck remains open. When
the tube is filled with water and heat
applied to its base, the geyser goes
into action. These artificial condi-
tions are similar to those in nature,
so that when the exhibit is con-
structed of glass, spectators will see
the real action of geysers.

Three Are Natecil
As Bank Robbers
DETROIT, Jan. 12 ,-')-Three
Wyandotte men were held today as,
suspects in a series of violent crimes
in southwestern Michiyan and To-
ledo, including three slayings.
'Police said Norman Bartlett, 22,
had been identified by eye witnesses
as a member of the seven man gang
'that robber National Bank of Mon-
roe of $35,000 on Oct. 31. The other
prisoners, Jack Luppino, 34 years old,
and Joe Pizzo, 32 years old, police
said, have been identified by their
photographs as other members of the
same gang.
Prosecutor Harry S. Toy said To-
ledo police would come to Detroit in
an effort to link the men with the
machine gun slaying of Miss Louise
Bell in Toledo on Nov. 30.
Officers also said the men would
be questioned about the killing of
Roland "Speedy" Lampert and Clay-
ton Kress, operators of an alcohol-
cutting plant in Toledo, whose bodies
were found in an automobilec near
! Monroe Dcc. 30.
Hitler Faces $2,000,000
Debt; Nazi Is Worried
BERLIN, Jan. 12.-(Pj)-One mil-
lion dollars and the problem of how
to lay hands upon them, a man con-
nected with Government industrial
circles disclosed today, explains Adolf
Hitler's sudden trip to Berlin after
his Cologne confab with former
Chancellor Franz von Papen.
Hitler's National Socialist move-
ment was reported heavily in debt
estimated obligations ranging from
two to three million dollars.

IHIGAN DAILY
is-1 IVTr*1!M

Are Taken
By Phi Si
Biological Honor
Initiates 16 Stude
Basis Of Scholars.
Sixteen students were ini
night into the Michigan c
Phi Sigma, national honors
ical society, at the regular
meeting.
Those chosen on the
scholarship and interest i
cal research were M. Lely
Grad., Pin-Dji Chen, Grad
Clay, Grad., Howard Curra
1. K. Gloyd, Grad., Ruth
Grad., Sam Granick, Gr
Hsu, Grad.. Theophilus Hai:
Sherman Hoslitt, Grad., H
raas, Grad., Mae McNei
Merle Oleson, '33, Annette
'33, Ruben Trippensee, G
Charles Zavitz, Grad.
Dr. . B. Lewis, of the d
of physiological chemistry,
members of the society on
chemist. has increased and
our food supply. The grea
step, he declared, was the
ment of gasoline, with t
quent rise of cars, trucks,
tors that laid off nine a:
million horses and mule
country, and made million
that had been used for pas
able for crops.
Agricultural work engage
imately 20 per cent of the :
of Venzuela.

New A

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-Associated Press Photo
A, battle over the constitutionality of the Collier 3.2 per cent beer bill, which lately passed in the House,
was waged before a sub-committee of the Senate judiciary committee. The sub-committee included Senator
John J. Blaine (left), chairman, ad Senator Clarence C. Dill, shown above. Rep. James M. Beck (right), a
witness, expressed the opinion that the bill was consti'dutional. Below are Canon William S. Chase (left) and
Bishop James Cannon, Jr., prominent drys who attended the hearing.

aval men
ed a larg-
nings, one
rnl Hupp,
e United

Iepres8ion Seen As Cause Of.
Increase In Youthful Offenders
About fifty per cent of the artests . pected to supply the personal guid-

Richard Loeb
Heads School
Withiin Prison

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winds ranging
an hour. The
. it was caused
high pressure
ada which was
the south.
1 Hupp of the
Raleigh was
drowned when
re a boat at-
le it was whip-
rm. His body

how being made by the Alin Arbor.
police are, according to Chief of Po-
lice Thomas O'Brien, of persons
under 21, while the great majority of
criminals were men between 25 and
60 years old.
"This increase," O'Brien said yes.
terday,"is due-to two factors: first, a
poor home environment, and, sec-
ondly, the depression. A good many
parents today are paying no atten-
tion to the upbringing of their chil-
dren and as a consequence they, run
wild. No blame can be placed upon
the schools for they cannot be ex-
Dr. Wilde Enumerates
Forest Growth Types
Soils as they determine forest
growths were the topic of Dr. S. A.
Wilde, of the University of Wiscon-
sin, who spoke yesterday before an
assembly of forestry students. He will
present further phases of this sub-
ject in a second lecture at 10 a. m.
tdoy in Room 2039, Natural Science
Building.
Dr. Wilde in his first talk here
enumerated in detail the type of
trees and undergrowth that char-
acterize each type of .soil. These de-
pend chiefly on the texture of the
soil, -whether sand or loam, and on
drainage. The lecture was accompa-
nied by a number of slides picturing
timber growths, cross-sections of the
soils, and diagrams.

ance of a good home training."
- "Two years ago, before the depres-
sion became severe, young people,
composed only a small minority of
the arrests we made. Today fifty per
cent of our arrests are of boys under
21. I don't see any way we can curb
this. condition. Only an advance in
business willsbesable to save this
young, irresponsible element- now
tramping aimlessly up and down the
country."
The plan to place this "wandering
boy" element in government camps,
sponsored by Senator James Couzens
of Michigan, is "probably a good
idea," O'Brien said. "The scheme will
work out satisfactorily as long as the
object is simply to feed and clothe
the boys." -
- Turning to the effects legalized,
beer would have in large cities,
O'Brien expressed apprehension over
a continued war between rival gangs.
"These gangs are so well established
now," he said, "that the independent,I
honest man will have a hard time
getting started. I am afraid there is
likely to be a severe battle among
the racketeers. I don't see how it will
be possible to prevent such a con-
flict." -
Soviet economists estimate the for-i
ested area of the entire U. S. S. R.
to be more than two and one-fourth
billions of acres. Less than a billion
acres are believed suitable for com-
mercial exploitation.

. JOLIET, Ill., Jan.' 12.-(/P-Rich-
ard Loeb, who with Nathan Leopold
is serving a 99-year sentence for the
"thrill" murder of little Bobby
Franks, may now be referred to as
"Professor" Loeb-registrar, director
and instructor of Illinois' new cor-
respondence school for convicts in its
twin penitentiaries.
The school, offering an academic
course to convicts who have had
grammar school education; opened
Wednesday with 28 enrolled and with
64 others seeking entrance. Prisoners
in both - the old prison at Joliet and
the newer one at Stateville, nearby,
are eligible. None will be permitted
to burden himself with more than
three subjects at one time, and none
may come in contact with the pro-
fessors. The questions are typed out
and submitted to them.
Loeb, one of the originators of the
plan, which is being carried on with-
out added expense to the state, is
teaching English composition, history
and Spanish. The other faculty mem-
bers rare:
Edward "Toddy" Dillon 'of St.
Louis, known as the "society bandit"
jewel thief, serving 1 to 20 years for
1 robbery, who specializes in English
literature.
Joseph Pursiful, Peoria, Ill., in-
structor of Latin, who is under a five-
year sentence for his part in kid-
naping Dr. James W. Parker of
Peoria.

Dr. Sundwall To Address
Physicians At Meeting
Dr. John Sundwall, director of the
hygiene and public health division,
will discuss the report of the com-
mittee on the costs of medical care
before a meeting of 250 prominent
physicians Jan. 20, at Grace Hos-
pital, Detroit.
Dr. Sundwall was a member of thej
committee, the majority and minor-t
ity reports of which raised so much
comment when they were presented
in November in New York.

Betsy

In the

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