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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Three Convicts Escape From Ohio Prison

-Associated Press Photo
Three convicts with a smuggled pistol slid over the wall of Ohio
penitentiary at Columbus after disarming a tower guard, Frank Alkire
(left). On the pretext of repairing a searchlight, they climbed to the
top of the wall, disarmed Alkire and slid to the ground witb a cable,
as indicated in picture at right. Their escape was accomplished despite
extra precautions which had been taken to prevent any attempt to free
tlree Dillinger gangsters within the prison's walls.
Alumni University Sets June 19'
For OpeningfFifth Session
Tuesday, June 19 has been set as Prof. James K. Pollock of the polit-
the opening day of the fifth session ical science department, "Design for
of the Alumni University, according Government"; Prof. Leonard L. Wat-
to Wilfred B. Shaw, director of alum-
ni relations. kins of the economics department,
"Our Monetary Policies and Recov-
The main program of the Alumni er.y"; Prof. Howard M. Jones of the
University will center upon the sub- English department, "Contemporary
ject of "The United States Today" American Life and Its Literature";
dealing with its economic, adminis- Prof. Arthur E. Wood of the sociology
trative, social, literary, and artistic department, "Our Changing Society";
aspects. Prof. Arthur B. Moehlman, authority
Program Is Changed on school administration and super-
Those who have attended past ses- vision, "Education in America To-
sisons, Mr. Shaw explained, will no- day."
tice certain changes in the program. Special Features Planned
The periods will be an hour and one- Additional members of the faculty
half each instead of an hour, which and their subjects are Prof. Heber
allows at least 30 minutes for dis- D. Curtis of the astronomical de-
cussion after the presentation of the partment, "New Views of the Uni-
subject. Four lecture and discussiOn verse"; Prof. Charles F. Remer of the
periods will be held each day, two economics department, "Our Interna-
lectures at each period. tional Economic Relations"; Prof. Er-
"This program," Mr. Shaw stated, nest F. Barker of the physics de-
"is designed especially for the alumni partment, "What, We Know of the
of the University, but graduates of Atom"; Prof. Bruce M. Donaldson, of
other universities are welcome to at- the fine arts department, "Modern
tend; all Michigan men and women American Art"; Prof. Earl V. Moore,
are invited to bring their friends." of of the School of Music, "American
Faculty, Subjects Announced Music Today,"
The members of the faculty and A few of the especial features of
their subjects were also announced. Alumni University were announced,
Dean Henry M. Bates of the law school President Alexander G. Ruthven and
will conduct a class in "Constitutional Mrs. Ruthven will receive the mem-
Problems Involved in the New Deal"; bers of the faculty and alumni.

Exam nation Schedule
!To Be Annlounced boon
The schedule for final examina-
tions will be completed sometime
this week or by the first part of
next week, according to Dr. Rich,
Director of Registration. The
schedule will be printed in The
Daily as soon as it is issued.
Dr. Rich explained that the
schedule is arranged by represen-
tatives of the various departments
who place their courses on the
schedule at times which seem most
suitable to them.
Local Taaion
Diseiissed By
Detroit Judge
Political Science 11 Class
Hears Tax Expert Speak
On Local Governient
Judge Arthur J. Lacy, prominent
in the judicial circles of Detroit and
in the councils of the state Demo-
cratic Party, gave an address to mem-
bers of the Political Science II classes
of the University Thursday morning
in Newberry Auditorium. The services
of the Judge were procured through
the efforts of Prof. Thomas H. Reed.
Ju'dge Lacy's talk was on the prob-
lem of local government as it presents
itself at the present time. In brief,
he stated that it was largely up to
members of the coming generation
whom he was addressing to correct
the evils of too much local govern-
ment. Then he went on to cite some
of these evils and tell how efforts are
being made to correct them in the
various states.
"The members of the present rul-
ing generation have no cause to doubt
the ability of the rising generation,
for they have made a general mess
of things themselves," declared the
Judge.
Efforts are at present being made
to remedy the complicated system of
local units of administration in this
state, Professor Reed being one of the
three from this state who are on the
State County Consolidation investi-
gating committee.
Joe E. Ro
Brown /ph
"Son of
A flse
Sailor Pass"
Mat.
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