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T"HE MICHIGAN DAILY iDa

nland Trip
'iscussed By
A. Belknap

U.S. Agents Spurs Search For Bremer Kidnapers

:tic Expedition Studied
torm Conditions, Radio
'peaker Declares
we study of storm conditions in
Arctic region was one of the most
rtant purposes of the University
Oichigan, Pan-American Airways
:nland Expedition, Prof. Ralph L.
nap, who recently returned from
expedition, stated in his ad-
s on the parent program overt
University Radio hour last night.
he expedition, which was organ-
in the Spring of 1932, was sup-
ed in part by the University, but
e funds did not come from taxes,
from private donations, Professor
nap pointed out.
)ata gathered on the expedition
be correlated with that obtained
ol. Charles Lindbergh in his sur-
last summer," the speaker said.
for Greenland itself, Prof. Bel-
> pointed out that the island was
e times as large as the state of
as, that 95 per cent of the island
covered by a glacier, that the ice
snow was in some places over
3 feet thick, and that the 15,000
bitants lived with little inter-
ce, from Danish officials.
'ofessor Belknap discussed the
Ortance of appropriate dress in
Arctic, the diet of seal meat,
:h the members of the expedi-
f learned to enjoy, the treachery;
he ice packs, and the dependa-
y of the dog teams.
n the same program, Prof,
ben L. Kahn, director of the
Oratories at the University Hos-
1, discussed the research investi-
ons in progress in the Clinical,
oratories at the University.
.ur Arrested
n nhin Of
YoungNegro
x Scott Is Taken From
Pounty Jail By Mob; Au-
horities To Investigate:
AZARD, Ky., Jan. 25.--(P)-Four1
n were arrested today in the
hing of Rex Scott.
:AZARD, Ky., Jan. 25.-A)-- An
nsive investigation of the lynch-
of Rex Scott, 20-year-old Negro,
launched by Perry county au-
rities today. Scott was forcibly
oved from the county jail here
Onesday night by a mob of armed
o and hanged to a beech tree in
aveyard in Knott county, ad-
ailer Troy P. Combs, when in-
ned the Negro had been lynched
hour after his removal from the
telegraphed the details to Gov.
y Laffoon at Frankfort. Ken-
ky law requires that the governor
love any jailer surrendering a
oner to a mob and grant him a
ring to determine if he shall be
stated.
.firty or forty masked leaders of
lob of approximately 300 men who
rmed around the jail forced their
y inside and threatened Jailer
nbs with death if he did not sur-
der the key to Scott's cell.
)eputy Jailer W. C. Knuckles
scornered in a jail corridor and
keys were found on him. Scott's
was unlocked and he was dragged
of the jail and hustled into an
omobile, which led a motorcade
ich bore other members of the
b -out of the city.
5ott was charged with slugging
x Johnson, a miner, on a side
et here Saturday night. As the
chines passed the scene of the

gging, approximately 100 shots
e fired into the air. Johnson died
the hospital here two hours after
Negro was found and lynched. He
d never regained consciousness.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
W. Sellars, of the- Department of
Philosophy, will speak on the subject,
"Present Trends in Philosophy" on
Thursday, February 15, at 4:15 p. M.,
in Natural Science Auditorium.
This is the fifth of a series of Uni-
versity lectures by members of the
University of Michigan faculties. The
public is cordially invited.
Lily Pons Program: Lily Pons who
will appear in the Choral Union
Series, Hill Auditorium, Monday
night, January 29, has revised her
program to read as follows. She will
be assisted at the piano by Giuseppe
Bamboschek and also by a flutist who
will play a group of numbers. I
Se tu m'ami ............Pergolesi
Pur dicesti 0 bocca.
bella................Antonio Lotti
Air from "Zemire et Azor .. .Gretry
Lo Hear the Gentle
Lark........ ..Sir Henry Bishop
Aria "Caro nome" from
''Rigoletto"....'........Verdi
Air, "Tu vois la-bas" from
"The Czar's Bride".....
...... .... . Rimsky-Korsakoff
The Rose and the
Nightingale . ...Rimsky-Korsakoff
Aria, "Una voce poco fa" from
"The Barber of Seville" ... Rossini
Theme varie . ... . Saint-Saens
Les Filles de Cadix........Delibes
Pastorale. ..Frank La Forge
Aria, "Ardon gl' incensi" from
"Lucia di Lammermoor" . Donizetti
A limited number of tickets are still
available at the ofIce of the School
of Music, Maynard Street and on the
evening of the concert the box office
at Hill Auditorium will be open at 7
o'clock.
Events Toda
Theosophy: There will be a talk on.
"Reincarnation and Karma," by Miss
J. M. Jiminez, at the Ann Arbor The-
osophical Society, at 8:00. p. m., in.
Michigan League..

PARIS, Jan. 25.-(P)-Four pistol
shots were exchanged without ef-
fect today in a duel between Deputy
Andre Hesse and John Beindeix,
Paris lawyer, who met to settle dif-
ferences growing out of charges aired
in connection with the monumental
Bayonne bank scandal.
Hesse, lawyer for the large Sergei
Stavisky, founder of the failed Bay-
onne pawnshop, regarded as an in-
sult a newspaper article written by
Beineix.
They left the dueling ground un-
reconciled.
The men fought in a secluded spot
on the outskirts of Paris known as
the Pac des Princes, which formed
a part of the old fortifications of the
city.
The spot has been the scene of
many duels in the past.
The morning was freezing and
cloudy, making it necessary for them
to wait until there was sufficient
light.;
Dueling is against the law in
France and the time and location of
the encounter had been kept secret
to forestall official interference.
The adversaries left their homes

early in the morning and went with
seconds to the homes of friends,
later driving to the "field of honor,"
which is only a stone's throw from
the famous Bois de Boulogne and
the historic race course Auteuil and
Longehamps.
After brief preliminary talks with
their seconds, the men took their
positions and on a given signal each
fired two shots-but without results.
Although honor had been satisfied,
according to the ancient dueling
tradition, the men refused to be rec-
onciled and left the dueling ground
without shaking hands.
Their quarrel was to give added
bitterness as both were political rivals
of the same district of Charente-
Inferieure.
London's Worst
Fo g., In Years
Takes 4 Lives

Frenchmen Stage Pistol Duel
But They Are Both Bud Shots

-Associated Press Photo
Federal operatives scoured underworld haunts in Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago for clues in the
kidnapping of Edward G. Bremer (lower right), wealthy St. Paul banker, held for $200,000 ransom. Walter'
Magee (upper left), friend of Bremer, was ready to act as intermediary in behalf of Adolph Bremer (upper
right, wealthy brewer and father of the victim. James Quinehan (center), milk truck driver, believes he
was a witness to the kidnaping, which occurred when a sedan halted the Bremer car (lower left) at an in-

tersection.

Bremer's machine later was recovered.

Russell Elected To
N. Y. Alumni Board
Edwin F. Russell, '32, who. was a
graduate student last year, has been.
elected to the board of governors of-
the University of Michigan Club in
New York City, according to an an-,
nouncement received yesterday by T.
Hawley Tapping, general secretary of
the Alumni Association.
Russell was prominent in campus
activities while an undergraduate,
and, as a senior, he was captain of
the Varsity track team.
BOY KILLED IN ACCIDENT
JACKSON, Jan. 25:-(A)-John
Rumbler, 11, was: fatally injured:
Wednesday night when an automo-
bile police said was driven by Mrs.
A. Tracy struck him.

2 Football Men At
Maryland "On Pro'
ForRock Throwing
(By Intercollegiate Press)
COLLEGE PARK, Md.-Jan. 25-
Suspension penalties against Willis
Benner and Dick Nelson, of the Uni-
versity of Maryland varsity football
team, have been lifted following the
apologies of the students for partici-
pating in throwing rocks through
windows of the gymnasium.
Together with Thomas Webb,.
Harry Gretz and Lewis Jannarone,
the two athletes are now on proba-
tion for an indefinite period.
President Raymond A. Pearson said
he knew that all five men were of
high character and simply committed
a foolish prank on the spur of the

Magazine Carries
Article On Alumnus
The feature article of the golden
jubilee issue of the Annals of Surgery,
which has just been published, is a
biographical sketch of Dr. Lewis
Stephen Pilcher, '62, of Brooklyn, one
of the oldest living alumni of the
University. The story is entitled a
"Biographical. Picture of A Master
of Periodical Literature."
He has made numerous gifts to the
University at various times, accord-
ing to T. Hawley Tapping, general
secretary of the Alumni Association.
moment. Nelson, quarterback on the
football team .and third baseman on
the university nine, and Benner, also
of both teams, may be able to repre-
sent the university in baseball this
spring.

French Parliament Is
Threatened By Premier
PARIS, Jan. 25.-(A')-Premier Ca-
mille Chautemnps today threatened to
resign and take his cabinet with him
if the chamber of deputies created a
parliamentary committee to investi-
ga'te the Bayonne pawnshop scandal.
The scandal itself, resulting from
the operations of Serge Stavisky, who
muleted the French public of $40,000-
000, then committed suicide to. avoid
arrest, was the signal for numerous
mob demonstrations which have oc-
curred in Paris throughout the last
week.
. Chautemps insisted that the gov-
ernment would clwean up the condi-
tions which made the r Stavisky
scandal possible but agreed only to
accept a non-political civic com-
mittee composed of judges and par-
liamentarians to aid the work.
WRITES ON LIBRARY
The current issue of the American
Scholar, fraternity publication of Phi
beta Kappa, carries an article on
"Valuable Source Material In Ha-
waiian History To Be Found in the
University of Michigan Library"
written byLieut.-Col. Thomas M.
Spaulding, '02.
meeting Sunday 5:30 p. m. at Zion
Lutheran Parish Hall, E. Washington
St. at S. Fifth Ave. Professor L. A.
Hopkins, Director of the Summer
Session, will speak on a topic of his
own choosing.

LONDON, Jan. 25.-(P)--Snarled
and crippled traffic under a black
fog, the worst in years, found thou-
sands of Londonaires marooned in
bus and rail stations early today
after a night of mishaps which
caused four deaths. Scores were in-
jured.
Many train schedules were can-
celled entirely. Thousands of pass-
engers were held at various stations.
Omnibus and train service was
largely suspended. One tram got
lost. Labeled Streatham Common,
it pulled into Streatham Hill, a mile
off the route.
Taxis refused fares and hugged
the curbs. Private cars were stalled
all over London. Collisions were nu-
merous. In one traffic snarl nine
automobiles and in another seven of
them became inextricably tangled.
The great fog blanket extended
from Doncaster in the north to Sus-
sex and East Engia, and was accom-
panied by temperatures just below
freezing. Southwestern England was
clear and bright.

Coming Eents
Sigma Xi: The next imeeting will be
held in the Chemistry and Phar-
macy Building at 7:30 p. n. on Tues-
day, February 27. The Society will
be the guests of the Department of
Chemistry and the College of Phar-
macy.
Scenes From "Hamlet": The class
in Oral Interpretation of Dramatic
Literature will give a review of scenes
from "Hamlet" at 7 o'clock Thursday
evening, February 1, in. Room 302
Mason Hall. Persons interested are
invited to attend this review.
Lutheran Student Club: Regular'

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