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Qualify Eight
Swimmers In
National Meet
(Continued from Page 1)
gomery (Washburn); fifth, Morris
(Michigan State). Best time by Drys-
dale 1:40.3.
150-Yard Back Stroke (second
heat) --Won by Kaye (Southern Cal-
ifornia); second, Webb (Minnesota);
third, Grossman (Case). Fourth,
Clayton (Randolph-Macon); fifth,
Giesen (Fordham). Best time by
Kaye 1:41.
150-Yard Back Stroke (third heat)
-Won by Fela (Ohio State); second,
Bowman (Lafayette); third, Dix
(Washington): fourth, Boyer (Car-
negie); fifth, Sugden (Springfield).
Qualifiers: Drysdale, P a n k aw,
Kaye, Fela, Dix and Bowman.
50-Yard Free Style (semi-final) -
First three to qualify. Won by Flach-
mann (Illinois); second, Rollinger
Northwestern); third, Ernst (Iowa).
Fourth, Kamienski (Michigan; fifth,
Wehmeyer (Iowa); sixth, Swennes
(Minnesota). Time :23.9.
50-Yard Free Style (semi-final) -
First three to; qualify. Wbn by
Fletcher (Southern California); sec-
ond, Holland (Springfield); third,
Brick (Rutgers); fourth, Brown
(Southern California); fifth, Dal-
rymple (Michigan) ; sixth, Sieg
(Iowa). Time :24.
440-Yard Free Style (first heat) -
Won by Medica (Washington); sec-
ond, Stevens (Navy); third, Plichta
(Navy; fourth, Robertson (Mich-
igan) ; fifth, Silvia (Springfield);
sixth, McWherter (Case). Time, :4.51.
New N.C.A.A. record. Old mark "of
4:55.6 made by Ruddy, of Columbia,
in 1930.
440-Yard Free Style (second heat)
-Won by Gilhula (Southern Cali-

-Associated Press Photo
Martin Insull (right) is shown as he appeared in court in Chicago
to gain freedom under a $50,000 bond. His counsel deferred a formal
plea to indictments alleging the embezzlement of $364,000 from his
former utilities companies.

Student's English
Theme Brings Ban
On Radio In Room
AMES, Ia., March 30. - Several
years ago a freshman at Iowa State
College, hunting for an English
theme topic, hit upon the use and
abuse of radios in the dormitories.
Carried away by the vehemence of
his own efforts, the student turned
in a splendid paper on the nuisance
potentiality of radios.
The story was transmitted to the
admiistration by the English
teacher, which led to a ban on all
radios except phone sets. Finally even
the phone sets were deemed potential
nuisances, and all radios were
The result was a remarkable in-
genuity in concealing radios in the
dormitories. The sets themselves are
usually home-made affairs, and are
hidden in trunks, drawers and dress-
One indoor aerial is woven into the
curtain, while another runs across
the window frame top, serves as a
wire to hang a picture, and finally
leads down behind a book shelf to a
set concealed in a dresser drawer. In
one room the tacks which innocently
seem to fasten the blotter to the desk
are the contact points for a set of
(Southern California); fifth, Wagner
(Colgate). Time, 51.6. New N.C.A.A.
record; old mark of 52.4 made by
Spence last year. Tied the National
Intercollegiate record, also held by
Spence. (First three in each heat
220-Yard Free Style (first heat) -
Won by Medica (Washington); sec-
ond, Stevens (Navy); third, Wright
(Columbia); fourth, Coroon (Yale).
Time, 2:16.
220-Yard Free Style (second heat)
-Won by Gilhula (Southern Cali-
fornia) ; second, Jacobsmeyer (Iowa) ;
third, Cristy (Michigan); fourth, Hol-
liday (Carnegie Tech). Time, 2:19.
220-Yard Free Style (third heat)
-Won by Plichta (Navy); second,
Flachmann (Illinois); third, Figley
(Ohio State); fourth, Elwell (Chicago
Loyola). Time, 2:15.8.
Six fastest times qualified as fol-
lows: Stevens, Medica, Plichta, Flach-
mann, Jacobsmeyer, and Gilhula.
300-Yard Medley Relay (first heat)
-Won by Yale (Hoyt, Savell, Living-
ston); second, Northwestern (Hahn,
Horn, Highland); third, Minnesota
(Anderson, Rush, Swennes). Time,

-Associated Press Photo
Dr. William A. Wirt, Gary, Ind.,
educator, who charged that certain
members of the "brain trust" of pres-
idential advisors were planning to
overthrow the government.
3:05.2. New N.C.A.A. record; old mark
of 3:05.4 set by Northwestern in 1933.
300-Yard Medley Relay (second
heat) -Won by Michigan (Drysdale,
Lawrence, Renner); second, Southern
California (Jayne, Browne, Warner);
third, Springfield (Snudgen, Linton,
Holland); fourth, Colgate (Pankow,
Cox, Wagner). Time, 3:07.8. All qual-
ify except Colgate.
Diving - Won by Degener (Mich-
igan, 155.42 points; Wayne (Miami,
Fla., University), 130.90 points; Kurtz
(Southern California), 126.36.points;
Johnston (Michigan), 113.20 points;
and Buckingham (Yale), 103.20

Attacks 'Brain Trust'

92 Commuters
Registered In
School Here
Ajority Of Outsiders Are
From Ypsilanti, Detroit
Area' Report Shows
Ninety-two students commute to
the University from surrounding
cities and towns, it was reported by
the office of the dean of students
Of these, 66 have driving permits,
and 26 being part-time or graduate
students, are exempt from the auto-
mobile restriction.
The majority of commuting stu-
dents are from Ypsilanti, the report
disclosed, with nearly all others from
Detroit and nearby towns. The per-
son driving the farthest distance is
Franklin C. Smith, a part-time stu-
dent, who comes here once a month
from Fort Wayne, Ind., to attend
meetings. Dr. Howard Davis, a grad-
uate student, also travels a consid-
erable distance, coming from Jack-
It was believed that Russel Atchi-
son, '36M, who drives here each day
from Northville has held a permit for
the longest time; having commuted
for over seven years. At one time
during this year he brought four
other commuting students with him
from Northville.
All commuting students are re-
quired to park in restricted parking
areas, and according to Kirkland E.
Fisher, assistant in the dean's office,
they cause little or no trouble in the
matter of driving.
Radio broadcasting from the Uni-
versity studios in Morris Hall was
concluded for the 1933-34 season yes-
terday by Gertrude M. Muxen, re-
search assistant, who spoke on "Vo-
cational Guildance for Women."

mastodons that make elephants look
like sissies, one of which inhabited .
There is an aepyornis egg that

would make breakfasts for a whole fornia); second, Cristy (Michigan);
semester, and for devotees of the third, Grove (Iowa); fourth, Wright
hook and line there are fossil of the (Columbia); fifth, Davis (Okla-
diplomystus dentatus cope, a fish that homa); sixth, Anderson (Iowa). Time,
swam in the eocene period 50,000,000 4:54.
years ago. Six fastest times qualified as fol-
Recently there has been an epi- lows: Stevens, Plichta,, Medica, Rob-
demic of sea serpents spattered on ertson, Cristy, and Gilhula.
the surface of the globe, one of the 1 100-Yard Free Style (first Heat)
most famous being reported at Loch -Won by Flachmann (Illinois); sec-F
Ness, Aberdeenshire, Scotland and, ond, Dalrymple (Michigan); third,
as has been suggested, these Loch F 1e t c h e r (Southern California);
Ness observers may have been "full of fourth, Ernst (Iowa) ; fifth, Holland,
Scotch" when they reported their sea (Springfield); sixth, Sieg (Iowa).
serpent, but at least such things once Time, 52.8.
existed as is evidenced by a picture 100-Yard Free Style (second heat)
and a skeleton of a mososauri in the -Won by Spence (Rutgers); second,
museum. Highland (Northwestern); third, Ja-
Ahif- Alnn n ur, h T. cobsmeyer (Iowa): fourth, Browne


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