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Assistant Attorney General Edward C. Barce (leff) of Indiana
headed the state's quiz into the jail break by John Dillinger as Charles
Baran (right), president of the Lake county commissioners, urged the
resignation or removal of Sheriff Lillian Holley, from whose custody
A. S. M.
Dr. Clarence F. Hirshfeld, vice-
president and member of the coun-
cil of the American Society of Me-
chanical Engineers, will be the prin-
cipal speaker at a banquet to be given
by the student branch of the society
at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, March 14,
at the Union. Dr. Hirshfeld is Chief
of Research of the Detroit Edison
Company and has chosen to speak
on "Recent Developments in the En-
Mr. Alex Dow, a former president
of the society and now president of
the Detroit Edison, will attend the
banquet along with 15 or 20 members
of the Detroit section.
portant sociological undertaking. This
is being held in preference to the
usual tag day, in order to entertain
you in return for your contribution.
Your support is needed!
Lane Hall Tryouts: All freshmen
and sophomore, men and women, who
wish to participate in the activities
of the Student Christian Association,
please report at Lane Hall Monday,
March 12, between 4 and 6 p. m. or
Tuesday, March 13, between 2 and
The Bibliophiles, Faculty Women's
Group will meet at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. C.C.
Meloche, 525 Linden Avenue.
Garden Section of the Faculty
Women's Club will meet Wednesday,
March 14, 3:00 p.m., in the parlors of
the Y.W.C.A. building. Members are
requested to bring their catalogues
and books on gardening. Discussions
on various phases of gardening will
be led by several members of the club.
Michigan League Against War and
Militarism will meet at 5 p. m. Mon-
day in the Upper Room, Lane Hall.
The discussion will concern the fu-
ture anti-wal conference and all in-
terested are requested to attend.
Special Committee Reports
That 2-Year-Old Labor
Dispute Is Ended
The labor dispute which has existed
for several years between the Ann
Arbor Typographical Union and the
Ann Arbor Press, has been settled ac-
cording to a report submitted by a
special committee appointed by Pres-
ident Alexander G. Ruthven.
The committee for arbitration vas
composed of Dean C. E. Griffin of the
School of Business Administration
and Rev. Henry E. Lewis, rector of
St. Andrews Episcopal Church. Their
report is as follows:
"We, as members of a committee
appointed by President Alexander G.
Ruthven to reconcile the differences
which have existed for a period of
nearly two years between the Ann
Arbor Press and the Ann Arbor Typo-
graphical Union, are happy to an-
nounce that an agreement has been
reached. We would like it to be known
that in order to reach this agreement
considerable sacrifices and conces-
sions have been made by both the
Ann Arbor Press and the Typograph-
ical Union, and we are confident that
the agreement is one which will bring
a harmonious relationship between
these organizations and serve the best
interests of the community.
HENRY E. LEWIS.
CLARE E. GRIFFIN."
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