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--Associated Press Photo
Otto Bauer (left), veteran Austrian Socialist leader believed to have'
fled the country, and Karl Seitz (right), Socialist burgomaster of
Vienna who was imprisoned, were two of the prominent figures hit by
the Dollfuss government's order outlawing the Austrian Socialist party.

Blizzard Stops
Rescue Of 100
Camped On Ie
MOSCOW, Feb. 16.-GP)-An Arctic
blizzard howled today around a party
of 100 shipwrecked persons as they
camped on the ice in Bering Straits
and waited fqf 60 dog teams racing
to the rescuer'
In the party is a five-month-old
baby, born aboard the vessel Chel-
iuskin, which sank three days ago on
its way back from Wrangel Island
with scientists and colonists, both
men and women.
Russian airplanes assigned to res-
cue work had to wait at Providence
Bay and Cape Welland for the storm
to abate. It was a matter of chance
whether the fliers or the dog sledges
would reach the scene first.
The party, headed by Prof. Otto
Schmidt, have dug themselves in.
They have supplies salvaged from
their vessel, which was crushed in
the ice, and they reported by radio
that they were "healthy and strong."
Most of the party had been as-
signed to relieve colonists at Wrangel
Island, but were unable to land be-
cause of the ice, and they turned
back, leaving the inhabitants there
for another winter.
Eight women and a three-year-old
girl are among those stranded. The
girl was traveling with her mother,
who intended to join her husband,
ccmmandant of the island colony.
Prof. Daniels
G e t s Federal
Reserve Job
Dr. M. B. Daniels, research asso-
ciate in the bureau of business re-
search and temporarily filling in
Prof. Herbert Taggart's post in the
SchoIol'f Business Administration,
has been appointed assistantFederal
Reserve Examiner in the Detroit
area.
Dr. Daniel's appointment for a
position with the Federal govern-
ment is the second one in the School
of Business Administration in the
last few months; Mr. Taggart having
received the call by the NRA a few
months ago.
Although the new appointee will
have his headquarters in Detroit, ex-
amining banks in the area of the
Chicago Federal Reserve District, he
will be in Washington for the next
three weeks under the Federal Re-
serve Board.
Dr. Henry Rolland Ellis Brack, who
received the degree of master of bus-
iness administration last year, will
take the classes of Professor Tag-
gart and Daniels this semester. He
had previously received a degree in
civil engineering at the University
of New Zealand.
Lutheran Students Plan
Meeting And Discussion
The Lutheran Student Club will
hold one of its regular supper meet-
ings at 6 p. m. Sunday at the Zion
Lutheran Parish Hall on East Wash-
ington St. There will be a discus-
sion at 6:45, led by Arthur Stell-
horn and Burton T. Ostenson, which
will consider the hstorical customs
and practices of Lent and what con-
stitutes proper observance of period.
Anyone interested in the subject is
invited to attend.
EMPLOYMENT RE-DISTRIBUTION
NEEDED
Faulty distribution of employment
rather than a surplus of college-
trained men and women is respon-

sible fq4 the discrepancy between
opportunities and available trained
workers, in the opinion of Dr. Walter
V. Bingham, director of the Per-
sonnel Research Federation in New
York.
At the University of Minnesota
hospital soup is cooked in large
steam-heated, 50 gallon kettles and
more than twenty-five tons of des-
sert are turned out in a year.

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LAUNDRY
WE DO your laundry work for one-
half the usual price. Phone 2-3739.
sax
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
TAXICABS
TAXI-Phone 9000. Seven-passenger
cars. Only standard rates. Ix
ARCADE CAB, Dial 6116. Large com-
fortable cabs. Standard rates. 2x
WANTED HELP - MALE
CLOTHING SALESMAN wanted
None other than experienced win-
dow trimmer need apply. The Fair
Store, 200 N. Main St. 339

WANTED
WANTED: Second hand etcher's
press. Box 31. Michigan Daily.
345
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 5x
NOTICE
NOTICE: The fashion show at the
Woman's Exchange in the Nickels
Arcade will be continued through
Friday and Saturday. You may
copy the exclusive hand knitted
models on display, and Miss Louise
Chapman, expert stylist from the
Tioga Knitting Mills will give ex-
pert instruction. 341
BUY NEW AND USED CARS FROM
FINANCE CO. 311 W. Huron 22001
1933, 1932, 1931, 1930 models. 12x
TIM DOOLITTLE and his WJR
1outaineers at the Moose Hal
tonight. 342
FOR RENT

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ROOMS: Single, double and suites
for boys, 825 E. University. Near
campus. Reasonable. Tel. 3851.
323
FOR RENT: Beautiful large double,
with ad.joining kitchenette, East
exposure. Steam heat. Shower bath,
approved house. Also a graduate
electrical engineer desires room-
mate. Dial 844. 422 EW. Washing-
ton. 330
PLASANT suite in home with other
graduate women near campus. 513
Eat Jefferson. Phone 3652. 343
FOR SALE
BASE and snare drum with cases,
cymbals and stands. Mris. H-. J.
iRkchard.Phtone 2-'-1307. 344

Cas ton Doumergue Hailed As
A Cineinnatus By Frenchmen

PARIS, Feb. 16 --P)- G as t o n
Doumergue, relinquishing a life of
easeful retirement after 26 years of
public service, to take the govern-
mental reigns of troubled France, is
being hailed as one of the super-
patriots of the republic.
He is likened to Cincinnatus, the
Roman patriot of the fifth century,
B. C., who was found by messengers
plowing in a field, lft the implement
standing in the furrow and hastened
to Rome to proclaim himself dic-
tator and save the state from threat-
ened dissolution.
Americans here, listening to this
parallel, recall. the school history
bocks which told them how Israel
Putnam unhitched a horse from a
plow and rode away, with t r a c e
chains dangling, to fight the British.
Doumergue's task is troublesome.
l-Half a dozen successive cabinets have
tried vainly to balance the budget
and while some of the numerous
cabinets of the past two years have
been overthrown on other issues, the
question of government finance has
been one of the underlying causes of
each change.
Now the emptying treasury has

been shunted from public thought
by doubts as to official probity en-
gendered by the Stavisky swindle
in pawn shop bonds.
And the hoodlum element of Paris
and half a dozen other cities, follow-
ing the lead of political demonstra-
tors, has had a taste of looting and
rioting which may only have whetted
its appetite for lawlessness.
But Doumergue has a will of his
own. Pie demonstrated that fact in
the past before he took over for
six years the figurehead post of the
presidency. Ie knows politicians,
understands the French people both
il and out of the cities, and is both
a doer and a phrasemaker. That lat-
ter qualification is not the least of
the talents needed to inspire the
French nation.
PROF. HOBBS SPEAKS
Speaking before an audience of
700 people assembled at the Detroit
Power Club of 1the Detroit Edison
Company, Prof. William H. Hobbs,
of the g e o 1o g y department, last
Thurslay evening explained "The
Evolution of Technique in Polar Ex-
peditions."

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