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TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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K, Jan. 26. -(k')- The
a direct link between
all and the "world's
where gangsters lorded
esser prisoners living in
:harged today.
Shulman, prison expert
f a detailed report on
t the Welfare Island
declared that whenever
ammany leader tele-
ison, the warden would
f shot from a catapult
a telephone booth.
say who that leader
an was asked.
you the name if Com-
tin H. MacCormick asks

Mellon Affairs
Investigated
By Operatives
Family-Owned Aluminum
Monopoly And Income
Tax Returns Checked
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26.--(P)-De-
partment of Justice agents today
pushed investigations from two dif-
ferent angles into the interests of
Andrew W. Mellon, for 11 years sec-
retary of the treasury.
Attorney General Cummings indi-
cated to newsmen he was taking a
direct interest in both inquiries, say-
ing late Thursday he had "ordered a
re-check" .by new investigators of
what he termed a "100 per cent
nonopoly" by the Aluminum Co. of
America, controlled by the Mellon
family.
Cummings said also he expected to
know within a week what the gov-
ernment would do in an inquiry
nearing completion into Andrew Mel-
lon's income tax affairs.
Meanwhile the justice department
head said he would examine the NRA
aluminum code. Final phrasing of
the agreement was still in the offing
at NRA early today due to dissatis-
faction by some aluminum importing
companies.
The code, previously delayed by
charges from independent firms that
it acknowledged a Mellon monopoly,
now holds a clause that there shall
be no discrimination between frabri-
cators and that independents shall
not be oppressed in any way.

yor Fiorello H.
commissioner of
e raid on the
vered conditions
ty.
acCormick strove
today, seven men
employed in the
on strike because
ing off of their
separately Mac-
n. sullen and re-
owledged openly
ork because they
t narcotics, and
ould not resume
ipply was avail-
Villiam C. Dodge,
many candidates
neral Fusion vic-
ned that unless
-ormick submits
lined in the raid,
ill be subpenaed

-Associated Press Photo
Revelations that inmates of Welfare Island penitentiary in New York were dominated by two gangster
convicts were made by Austin H. MacCormick, Mayor La Guardia's "specialist" appointee as commissioner
of corrections, who termed the place the "worst prison in the world." Warden Joseph A. McCann was
ousted as a result of the commissioner's "coup". Here is a typical cell scene in the penitentiary.

Adults Favor Fads And Frills
In FERA Education Program

was one who obeyed an adult's com-
mand, no matter what. Today the
disciplined child is the one who
more and more carries his own re-
sponsibilities."
In addition to these features other
articles include "Providing for Rec-

)eath At 108
J., Jan. 27.-()--
t h e Nineteenth
Federal Consti-
Mrs. Mary Reich
in an election.
ay at the age of
ed to have been
sident.
a native of the
FFIICIAL
ETIN
om Page 2)
article in one of

The remarkable response of the
public to the opportunity for adult
education offered through the facili-
ties of the FERA is the subject of
an editorial in the January issuo of
the Michigan School of Education
bulletin which appeared for circula-
tion yesterday. "Self Discipline and
Natural Growth" a treatise on the re-
sults of experimentation in child
psychology is the subject of an
article by Prof. Marguerite Wilker,
director of the University Nursery
school.
In discussing the response to the
FERA opportunity P r o f. Clifford
Woody of the School of Education
writes that "unofficial reports from
the various centers in which such
education is provided show a good
enrollment in the great variety of
courses. The receptive attitude of
the public is surely another testi-
mony of America's passion for edu-
cation." In discussing, the clases
most popular Professor Woody writes
"It is singularly significant after the
hue and cry about 'fads and frills'
in education that when the adults
started trooping to school with a
free choice as to what they might
study, they elected these very same
'fads and frills',"
Professor Wilker's article deals

with discipline and its place in the
present day school and classroom
and its effect upon life. Types of
discipline such as social discipline,
routine discipline, and various kinds
of learning are discussed. In speak-
ing of her subject Professor Wilker
said "Discipline in the present day
school is synonomous with education.
At one time the disciplined child

MORN

FOR-

FINAL EXAMS

reational Interests" by Prof. Jackson CABINET MAY RESIGN
R. Sharfman,'of the physical edu- PARIS, Jan. 26.-(/.P)-The resigna-
cation department and "An Exam- tion of the entire French cabinet was
ination In Professional Education" reported imminent in the lobby of
by Ralph Van Roesen, Grad. the Chamber of Deputies today after
Eugene Raynaldy, minister of justice,
The State of Ohio's collegiate pop- quit the government because of the
ulation numbers 41,784 in 26 schools. Bayonne pawnshop scandal.

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an
to
the

be Student , Fellowship
clock, Rev. Fred Cowin
illustrated lecture on
Victoria Falls." Special
Fellowship Orchestra.
. Student . Appoint-
ay program:
g Worship at the

and Supper

- Sunday
ervice at
Church.

program:
the First
Dr. Staii

preaching.
15 Regular Sunday Seminar.
00 Wesleyan G u i11 d. Sherwood
Messner, president of S.C.A..
will. speak on "Essential Chris-
tian Consideration."
00 Supper and fellowship.
~utheran Student Club: Regular
eting Sunday 5:30 p. m. at Zion
theran Parish Hall, E. Washington
at S. Fifth Ave. Professor L. A.
pkins, Director of the Summer
ision, will speak on a topic of hi.
n choosing.
larris Ball: Holy Communion
nday morning in the Williams Me-
rial Chapel nine-thirty o'clock.
cakfast will be served immediately
lowing the service. Informal social
hering and discussion with the
ht Reverend John N. McCormick,
Saint Andrew's Epis opal Church:
0 a. m. Holy Communion, 9:30
n. Church School, 11:00 a. m. Kin-
garten, 11:00 a. m. Morning
ayer and Sermon by the Right
verend John N. McCormick, D.D.
Western Michigan.
Roger Williams Guild, Sunday:
45 Church service, Mr. Sayles on,
he Parable of the River." 12:00
>n Student discussion group with
Chapman at Guild House, 503 E.
ron. Topic, "An aggressive religion
reactionary forces." 6:00 p. m.
nston Dudley will be the speaker.
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