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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AssociatW Press Photo
Sultana, queen of the polar bears at Milwaukee's zoo and the only
member of her species to raise cubs to maturity in captivity, is shown
leading her eleventh baby into the open for the first time.

Death Takes 'Topsy,'
Famous Old Actress
WATERTOWN, S. D., March 14
- (A) - Death has removed one
of the last notables of the "golden
age" of the American stage, Mrs.
Fannie Osborn Porteous, who
played the original role of Topsy+
in "Uncle Tom's Cabin." She was
85 years old.
Although associated with most
great figures in the theatre in this
country during the latter part of
the nineteenth century, so quietly
had she lived in retirement here
for 28 years that comparatively
few of her neighbors knew the
story of her picturesque life.
See ilinger
Hand In Hine
Bank Robbery
Believe He Led An Assault
On Iowa Bank; Similar
Tactics At Sioux Falls
CHICAGO, March 14.- AP)- The
sinister hand of "Whittling" John
Dillinger, Indiana desperado, was
seen today in a $52,000 robbery of
First National bank of Mason City,
Ia.
The loot of the raid, staged Tues-
day by seven machine gun bandits,
marked a new high in a recent series
of assaults on midwest banks. Wit-
nesses said they believed the leader
was Dillinger.
Tactics employed by the gunmen
were similar to those used by the
bandits who stole between $10,000
and $20,000 March 6 from a bank at
Sioux Falls. They were also like the
methods of robbers who made away
with $21,000 at Atchison, Kan., on
Monday.
In each instance they took host-
ages with them as shields.
Arriving at the Mason City bank,
the bandits scattered a rain of ma-
chine gun bullets, injured two per-
sons, scooped up the cash and
escaped under the protection of a
dozen hostages.
Vigilantes and police withheld their
fire as the robbers' car, its running
board lined with bystanders and
bank employes, roared out of town.
The hostages were released unharmed
a short time later.
James Buchanan, city policeman,
was the first to connect Dillinger with
the raid when he said, after viewing
photos, "I'd stand on a statement,
that the leader of the bank bandits
had the appearance of Dillinger." G
Sheriff Jack Robertson later de-
clared, "I'm convinced now that the
leader was Dillinger."
The wounded are R. L. H. James,
secretary of the Mason City school1
board, shot in the leg by a stray'
bullet, and Clarence McGowan, whoi
attempted to pursue the bandit car. i

Soviet Fliers
Questioned By
JapanOfficials
Tokio Foreign Office Is To
Determine Why Bomber
Was Over Manchukuo
TOKYO, March 14. -(0P) -The
foreign office announced today that
two Soviet aviators who made a
forced landing in Manchukuo will
be questioned regarding why their
plane - a light bomber - was flying
over territory of the Japanese pro-
tected empire.
The flyers, who a war office an-
nouncement said had been held by
authorities in Manchukuo since their
landing March 11, will be taken to
Hsinking (Changchun) the capital,
to be questioned at Japanese general
headquarters.
Japanese officials said the Russian
airmen came down in the Mishan
district, north of Lake Hanka, a dis-
trict near the border of Soviet Rus-
sia's maritime provinces, north of
Vladivostok.
A foreign office spokesman asserted
the prisoners had Manchukuan troops
to thank for their safety. He said
the soldiers captured them from ban-
dits who seized the pair as they left
their plane.
Discloses 503 Years Are
Necessary To Complete A
Liberal College Education
It takes exactly 503 years to get
a "college education," a University
of Minnesota reporter has discovered.
He' finds that the average man,
working at the rate of 17 credits per
semester, would spend 183,595 days,
or 503 years, in college taking each
course.
In other words a four year session
in the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts is a mere apprentice-
ship to the 191 years of concentrated.
study requisite to a thorough under-'
standing of all subjects offered in
that school.
Eighty-six years after his matricu-
lation, the student in the College of
Engineering and Architecture should
know enough of the craft to start
bridge-building, inasmuch as more
than half a century of credits are re-
quired for graduation.
75 Alumni Attend Spring
Smoker Of Owosso Club
More than 75 alumni were present
at the annual spring smoker of the
University of Michigan Club of Owos-
so Tuesday night at the Owosso Hotel.
T. Hawley Tapping and Fred S.
Randall of the Alumni. Association
addressed the alumni on "The Uni-
versity," while John B. Martin, '36L,
talked on Oxford College in England.
Thomas Roberts, '34, entertained the
members with a tap-dancing exhibi-
tion and banjo solo.

-Associated Press Photo
Martin Conboy (above) new
United States attorney for the south-
ern district of New York, was be-
lieved likely to handle some of the
tax evasion suits to be brought by the
department of justice against promi-
nent persons.
Normal College To
Present Two Choirs
Two choirs, with a total of 506
voices, will be heard in a program,
composed entirely of the works of
Johann Sebastian Bach, to be pre-
sented by the Michigan Normal Col-
lege Conservatory of a Music, tomor-
row evening at the Conservatory in
Ypsilanti. Frederick Alexander is
the director.
The choirs include the . Normal
College Choir of 150 voices and a
guest choir assembled from Michi-
gan high schools. Among these
schools are Detroit Northwestern,
Fordson of Detroit, Mt. Clemens,
Port Huron, Royal Oak, Birmingham,
and. Howell. The guest choir has
been coached by alumni of the Nor-
mal College Choir.
The program includes the num-
bers, "O Sacred Heart Now Wound-

Mellon Prosecutor?

Sees Need For
Hunt Control
To Save Game
O'Roke Declares F o r e s t
Zoology To Be Scientific
hI Radio Broadcast
In a University radio talk over
station WJR yesterday, Prof. Earl
C. O'Roke, of the School of Forestry
and Conservation discussed forest
zoology as a science and as a part of
forestry.
"The student gets his forest zoology
largely from studies made directly in
the field and from contacts with his
professors who, themselves, are doing
productive work in the science,"
the speaker stated.
Although other uses of the forest
are well regulated and orderly, wild
life management has not yet reached
this stage, Professor O'Roke declared.
The reason assigned for this situation
was that we have not yet delegated
to trained men the authority to man-
age such resources.
Predicting a new deal for wild life
management, the speaker outlined a
plan for controlled hunting devised
so as to better distribute the hunters
as to time and place, and at the same
time to harvest the crop of animals
in a scientific manner.
In addition to the use of wild ani-
mals as a game crop, Professor
O'Roke calledgattention to other
tangible and intangible values that
may be assigned to our forest wild
life.
DIZZY DEAN IS TALLEST CARD
Jerome (Dizzy) Dean is still the
tallest player with the St. Louis Car-
dinals. He is now 6 feet 3 3-4 inches.
ed," "Welt, ade!" incorporated by
Bach in his cantata, "O Teach Me
Lord," "Jesus In The Garden," "Cho-
rales from the St. Mathew Passion,"
"Song of Death," and "When Life
Begins to Fail Thee." The main
number will include eight excerpts
from the "Mass In B Minor."

Student Attitude On PneumoniaI

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