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March 20, 1934 - Image 6

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Law Institute
Holds Second
Session Here
Enforcement Officers Hold
Meetings For Study Of
Crime Detection
With an even larger attendance
than at the first meeting, the second
day session of the Institute for Law
Enforcement Officers, held yesterday
in the West Medical Building, was
addressed by three members of the
University faculty and by an officer
of the Michigan State Police.
In the first morning meeting, Prof.
John C. Bugher of the pathology de-
partment discussed the "External Ap-
pearances of the Body," a continua-
tion of his lecture given in the pre-
vious session. He centered his dis-
cussion on a practical basis for po-
lice work, mentioning hypostasis, po-
sition, livores mortis, and the dif-
ferentiation of post-mortem from an-
te-mortem lesions.
Following this lecture, Prof. Bugh-
er opened a period devoted to the
use of photographic methods in pre-
serving and studying evidence.
The afternoon session, following
a luncheon meeting in the Union,
was opened by Prof. Herbert W. Em-
erson, director of the Pasteur Insti-
tute here, who continued his. discus-
sion of poisons from the previous ses-
sion, speaking on the selection, car-
ing for, and transportation of ma-

Asks For Purging

Liquor To Be
Sold By Mail,
Picard States
Liquor Commission Will
Do Mail Order Business,
(hairiiian Announces
SAGINAW, March 19-(A) -The
Michigan Liquor Control Commis-
sion, Chairman Frank A. Picard an-
nounced tonight, is going into the
mail order liquor business within
three weeks, with mail order stores
in Saginaw, Detroit, Lansing, Grand
Rapids, and Escanaba.
Every available brand of wine and
liquor will be stocked in the mail
.order stores, and catalogues, listing
brands and prices, will be available
for the public in 10 days, Picard
said. Purchasers will write to their
nearest store for desired brands, ac-
companying the orders with checks
to cover the price and cost of ship-
Picard explained tonight that the
State decided on mail orders as the
stores could not handle all available
brands. He said that the State stores
now have 400 brands of wine, which
he said was more than Quebec and
Ontario commissions carry altogeth-
er, and 55 brands of Scotch whiskey,
more than offered by any other two
Don u ts
"Dunk" a Honey-
Donut with coffee

00-Associated Press Photo
This excellent closeup of the President and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt was taken when the first lady
returned to Washington from her trip to the West Indies, just in time to attend the family dinner cele-
brating the famous couple's twenty-ninth wedding an niversary. The President met Mrs. Roosevelt at the
station, and they are shown as they started for the White House.

terials intended for toxicological ex-
In order to inaugurate in Ann Ar- amination.
bor a jubilee celebration of the 50th The last lecture of the afternoon
anniversary of organized summer was given by Prof. Carl V. Weller,
camping, a meeting of theadirectors director of the Pathological Labora-
of Ann Arbor camps was called yes- tories, who discussed the "Complete
terday noon in the Union by Edith Autopsy and the Protocol of the Au-
Owen, director of Community Fund topsy."
The proposed celebration would be Meetings of the Institute, scheduled
patterned after the one now being on alternate Mondays through April
held in New York, which has pic- 16, are held under the auspices of
tured camping in tableaus and pag- the Extension Division. The next
eants, and would last until the be- session, in addition to the local au-
ginning of the camping season in thorities, will hear Inspector Charles
June. Detroit summer camps are C. Carmody of the Identification Bu-
being organized Friday to consider reau of the Detroit Police Depart-
a Wayne County celebration, and ment.
according to Miss Owen, the Ann
Arbor group of camps may join the JUNIOR A.A.U.W. TO MEET
Detroit group. The music appreciation group of
the Junior A.A.U.W. will meet at
DAMES TO MEET TONIGHT 7:45 p.m. today in the League. Mrs.
The Michigan Dames will meet at Byrl Fox Bacher will discuss Cham-
8 p.m. tonight in the League. There ber Music; and the musical program,
will be a business meeting, and initi- consisting of a Debussy quartet, will
ation of new members. feature a string ensemble.

-Associated Press Photo
Eddie Rickenbacker, America's 26-
plane war ace, is shown as he ap-
peared before the senate postoffice
committee and urged that President
Roosevelt "purge his official family
of those traitorous elements who mis-
advised him" on the air mail situa-
Operator's Advice Aids
Reer-Drinking Husband
BERKELEY, Calif., March 19 -R)
--At 8 p.m. last night an excited
woman's voice informed the Univer-
sity of California operator that her!
husband was making beer in her
tree-spray bowl and was preparing
to drink It.
Unable to obtain an answer from
either the chemistry or medical de-
partments, the operator advised the
frantic woman to try a raw egg if
her husband partook of any of the
Half an hour later the voice againI
was heard:
"Hello, University? Thank you.
We're bringing you over some beer."
A Fountain Pen For
Every Poekethook
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