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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

eneh Police
unt Members
Of Spy Group:

flear NRA Complaints From Small Business Concerns

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even Die n Architects Exhibit
New York City Disney's 3lickey
tF 'i'Mouse' Drawing

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iportant Papers

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PARIS, March 21- (P) -French.
cret police were hot on new trails!
day in their broadening investiga-
on of what authorities call thex
eatest spy ririg in history - a ring
.ey say ferreted out naval and mili-
ry secrets of the United States,
g la n d , a n d F ra n c e . u o e d n
Fresh angles were uncovered in
e first examination of documents.
ized Tuesday when six persons These men, appointed to consider NRA complaints from small bus
re arrested as a result, authorities ings if Washington. Left to right: Samuel Henry of Chicago; W. O. Thor
id, of revelations drawn from the row of Chicago; John F. Sinclair of New York; Fred P. Mann, Sr., of D
'o American prisoners, Robert Switz Marion, N.C.
d his wife, Marjorie.
Had American Center
Judge Andre Benon, the investi- Health Service Report Says
ting magistrate, led in a furtherI
rutiny of the confiscated docu-
ents today. Additional sensational Body W e h t Is ControllableI
selosures were predicted.

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An exhibition of original drawings
of "Mickey" and "Mirie Mouse,-
M1akes Total Of 25 Deaths scenes from several of the Walt Dis-
From Similar Blaz's I ney cartoon pictures, will be shown
under the auspices of the Architec-
Last. Six WNeeks tural Society beginning today in the
large gallery on the third floor of the
NEW YORK. March 21.-- ,T)- Architecture Building.
Seven persons perished today in a The exhibit will consist of a large
tenement house fire on the upper east number of selected plates from the
side, bringing to 25 the number of from sveal of the Miey Mouse"
deaths from similar fires in the last hits. Excerpts from several well-
six weeks. known "Silly Symphonies." such as
The fire swept through the three "Three Little Pigs," "Faiher Noah's
upper floors of an "old law" tene- Ark," and "Old King Cole" will also
be included.
mcnt at 1909 Second Ave. and Thelaed.
traped amoter ad he daghte, .The display will be open every day,
trapped a mother and her daughter, including Sunday, from 1 to 5 p.m.,
a father and his son, and three others until the end of next week. A small
in the building. admission price of 10 cents will be
As firemen were taking the first charged to pay the expenses of firing-
two bodies of the victims from the ing the pictures to Ann Arbor, and
building, Fire Marshal -Thomas P. all money taken in above actual ex-
Brophy noticed a thin, short man, penses will be turned over to a schol-
hatless and without an overcoat, fol- arship fund.
lowing them. The public is also invited to exam-
Brophy questioned the man, who me the collection of pastels and
first said his name was "John Smith," etchings by Lucille Douglass, on the
firt aiderinamnwadgehn wSmity-first floor of the Architecture Build-
but later acknowledged he was Ray-
i~r.rri1\tntf ~cr~n97imi-n~np PmiI ing.

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iness enterprises, have begun hear-
mpson of New York; Clarence Dar-
evils Lake, N.D.; W. W. Neal of

Eight Schools
Remaining In
Debate Contest
Quarter Finals To Be Held
March 30; Finals Here
April 27
Ei ht high school debating teams
are left in the Michigan high school
deba tingr contest and will meet in the.
quarter final round Friday, March
30, according to James H. MCBurney,
manager of the contest.
Teams remaining in the elimina-
hon contesct and pair'ings for the
Sr fl round are Gladstone,
ega tlye, versus Oscoda, affirmative,
cu Oscoda: Battle Creek Central, af-
firmative, versus Coopersville, nega-
tive, at Coopersville: Lincoln High
School of Ferndale, negative, versus
Homer, affirmative, at Redford; and
St. Anthonys of Detroit, negative,
versus Detroit Reford, affirmative, at
lRedford.
St. Anthony of Detroit eliminated
Ann Arbor High School in the last
round. Other major upsets were Ho-
rner's defeat of Kalamazoo Central
and the defeat of Flint Northern,
last year's champions, by Lincoln
High of Ferndale.
FRESMEN FOOLED BY RADIO
NORMAN, Okla., March 21--20
R.O.T.C. freshmen commenced a gal-
lent chase after "escaped asylum in-
mates" last night, only to discover
that the whole aifair was only a very
successful hoax. A bogus radio an-
nouncement had completely fooled
the boys.

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Police said more arrests are in
prospect - perhaps as many as 25.
However, they maintained the utmost
secrecy regarding those under sus-
picion.
Judge Benon maintained silence
in regard to the American and Brit-
ish ramifications of, the plot -ram-
ifications said to have been disclosed
by the American couple when the
magistrate said they declared the:
spy syndicate had a New York re-
cruiting center.
While assertedly working in the
interests of Soviet Russia and Ger-
many, police believed today the ring
may also have dealt with other pow-
ers. They predicted an espionage
network would be found spread in
many countries.
Investigators said they were con-
vinced the band had been operating
for at least 10 years, but that it.
was so skillfully organized that it
largely escaped the attention of po-
lice. They added the belief that be-,
sides military information, financial,
political and trade secrets were ped-
dIed.
Wife 'Greatly Relieved'
As a result of their revelations, inI
a seven-hour grilling Monday, Judge
Benon indicated the Switzes likely
would be shown leniency.
M. Klotz, attorney for the young
Americans, said Mrs. Switz, who is
22 and formerly was Marjorie Tilley
of New York, was "greatly relieved
after easing her mind by making the
revelations."
The investigating magistrate said{
the 29-year-old Switz testified he
came to Paris at a monthly salary of
5,000 francs (about $335).
The couple's lawyer insisted "they
did not seek leniency through tell-
ing what they knew. Rather," he
said, "did they realize the real im-
port of what they were doing for the
first time, which convinced them
they should make certain revela-
tions."
TRANSLATES SCHOOL SONGS
MINNEAPOLIS, March 21-For
the last few years, classes taught by
John C. Hutchinson, professor emer-
itus of Greek, who died last week,
have been enlivened through the use
of familiar school songs translatedI
into Greek by Professor Hutchinson.

Body weight is controllable and de- of body weight has been so well dem-
pends upon the application of simple onstrated that it is no longer ques-
laws of physics and chemistry, ac- tioned by the expert in nutrition. The
cording to an official Health Service ; essential question now concerns the
report released recently. Excessive factors which determine the amount
overweight is a definite handicap to of food' taken by a given individual.
health, comfort, and personal appear- The problem is one of appetite which
ance, and marked underweight adds is probably largely a question of habit
to the tuberculosis hazard of young and emotional control.
adults and lacks virtues. While they must not be taken too
All people are essentially the same literally, the generally accepted
in that body weight depends on the weight standards for age and height
number of heat units, or ,calories, serve as a useful guide in determin-
taken as food, candy, etc., in relation ing the desirable body weight. In the
to the amount of energy expended by absence of such standards the mir-
muscular activity. Mental activity i ror serves as a very useful indicator.
alone makes no significant difference. Health weight has been designated
This is contrary to a very common as the range between 10 per cent
but mistaken idea that people differ under and 20 per cent over the aver-
widely in regard to the body's utiliza- age standards. This is a practical and
tion of food. useful guide.
The truth of the food and muscular Foods vary greatly in their caloric
exercise relationship in the control values, but as a general and -simple
-----~~~----statement a person may regulate the
rhi A S weight by the amount of food which
Of he eats. Fat-containing foods are
* * Me richest in calories and fruits and veg-
etables have the fewest. Leafy veg-
etables and celery have practically
(Continued Irom Page 3) no calories and thus are useful for
wouldn't think of it. It was his turn the person who wishes to reduce. The
to repay Matt's sacrifice and he did observation of one's weight when on
it with a vengeance. He returned both a reduction diet should be extended
Degener and Schmieler to the Mich- beyond a two-week period because
igan fold. Schmieler, although not the body tends to retain water and
eligible for collegiate competition, can thus hold up weight during such a>
since he is regularly enrolled in tlld period of time.
Law School, represent the University The use of drugs in reducing weight
in the A.A.U. individual events. is so questionable and often danger-
Now everyone is happy. Degener, ous that they should never be used
though he hasn't had much to say unless under the direction of a physi-
in the whole matter, is glad to be cian. Large amounts of weight reduc-
able to represent Michigan once more. tion should have medical supervision,
Pinkston is looking for a Michigan Students wishing trained assistance
victory and saying to his D.A.C. con- with any dietary problems may secure
stituents: "Maybe next year - !" and such by consulting a physician at the
Mann, although concentrating on the Health Service. Specific .directions
Intercollegiates, is already hoping to will be given and observations ofj
be the coach of the first college team weight will be recorded at intervals#
ever to take a National A.A.U. team in relation to a graphic record of
title. desirable change.

St. Andrew's
Choir T Sing
M arksC dtata
Will Be Heard Sunday In
Final Lenltin Program}
Of The Season

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inond MVon esnlo, 27, unempl3oye , ana
h-as a wife and two children. TWaken
o a police station for questioning, he
said he was nine blocks away when
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he 1C ire starte. Bopny SaI ne mani
- 0- could not have seen the fire if he had
The cantata, "Victory Divine" by ee1, where he said he was, and the
Chrifi$,nrhn it M kr~ viilhl b 7 y J'~ w: s 18si ewsi~(

8:30 p.m. Palm Sunday in the Si.
Andrew's Episcopal Cuu'ch. This is
the third and last of the special mu-
sical programs to be given during the
Lenten season. The cantaa, which
will be sung by he full choir, is uinder
the direction of Newell Swaine Fe'-
ris, F.A.G.O., 'hOil' d redr' and or-
ganist at St. Andtow's.
The soloists on he program will be
Alfred Lowell, Eugene Hart, Daniel
Meiklee, C. W. McAllister, and W. S.
James.
David Wyle, Robert Lowell, Tedj
Kauffman, Ariss Salakian, Ted Mc-
Omber, and Leonard Jago will give
several selections in a type of sing-
ing said, by Mr. Ferris, to be "unisonC
solo work."
"Lord God of Hosts, Hear My}
Prayer," by Spohr, will be sung by'
Inez Wisdom and Miss Alice Lloyd
contraltos, C. R. McAlhister, tenor,
and Daniel Meikie, bass. The so-
prano parts will be taken by four boys
who are singing in the cantata.
Mr. Ferris extended a hearty invi-
tation for all students to hear tie
cantata.
STUDENT SCOOP CENSORED
SEATTLE, March 21 - One of the
scoops censored under the last ad-I
ministration of the University of
Washington Daily concerned a stu-
dent liquor poll conducted by a re-
porter. Of 100 men interviewed it
was found that drinkers out-number
non-drinkers two to one. Most of
these declared they would continue
drinking during Prohibition, imbib-
ing harder liquor and more of it.-

r marshal ordered him sent to Bel-
evue Hospital for observation in the
psychopathic ward pending an inves-
igation.
Brophy said the man told him he
had an "invention" for curing insan-
ity.
The identified dead were Mrs. Rose
3rolo, wife of Salvatore Brolo, a CWA
worker, and their six-year-old daugh-
ter, Anna; a man believed to have
heen Samuel Floria.
NEW I
DIFFERENT
ir111 I 1cIf.

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GETS PECULIAR PRESENTS
LAWRENCE, Kan., March 21-
The presents given to John Angney
on his 18th birthday by his fellow-
workers of the bnilding and grounds
department consisted of a walit
.stick to pick up papers around the
campus, a five-layer cake, and a bag
of salted peanuts.
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59c Camels Lt
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Haliver Oil
Capsules 50's FOUNTAI,
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MOUNTAIN-CLIMBING CLUB
BERKELEY, Calif., March 21-A
group of daring California students
and graduates have formed the Sier-
ra Club rock-climbing section and
can be seen each Sunday afternoon
disporting themselves on the danger-
ous slopes of the nearby crags.

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California Reports
19,000 Registered
(By Tntercollcoiate lPre.-S)
BERKELEY, Calif., March 21-The
University of- California has attained
first rank in this country in the num-
ber of full-time students.
The present standing, according to
this year's year-books, is: California,
first, with more than 19,000 students;
Columbia University with more than
14,000; New York University,, with
more than 12,000; Minnesota with
nearly 12,000; and Illinois with 10,-
500.
The five having the largest en-
rollment of resident students are:
New York University, with 28,000;
Columbia with 27,500; College of the
City of New York, with 24,500; Cali-
fornia with 23,000; and Minnesota
with 17,000.
The largest women's college is
Hunter, with 4,416 students. The
largest engineering and chemistry
enrollment is at Massachusetts In-
stitute of Technology with around
2,300.

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FAMOUS

WORLD

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will appear at
GRANGER'S BALLROOM

ONE NIGHT ONLY

SATURDAY, MARCH 31st
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