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/ I C H I G A N DAILY THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1934

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CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

-Associated Press Photo
This view of the World's Fair grounds at Chicago looking north from the sky-ride along the Avenue of Flags
shows part of the great crowd that gathered for opening day ceremonies. A total of 153,189 persons passed
through the turnstiles during the day, exceeding by thousands the opening day crowd last year.

TreasuryAides
For Inquiry
Ioiieia AeAtivities Given
As Reason For Ousting
Of Revenue Agents
WASHINGTON, May 30.-- (V) -
Charges of political activities have
ousted six treasury agents in Phila-
delphia.
With President Roosevelt's appro-
val, Secretary Morgenthau Tuesday
suspended Alvin F. Fix, Philadelphia
internal revenue collector, and five
employes in his office.
The appointment of Fix was ac-
credited to Joseph F. Guffey, the
Democratic nominee for senator from
Pennsylvania who is opposing Sena-
tor Reed, the Republican incumbent.
In announcing the suspension of
the six men, Secretary Morgenthau
said:
"The charges were solicitation of
political funds on the promises of a
federal building."
These constitute two offenses
against federal criminal statutes. It
is against the law for a government
worker to solicit political funds and
it is a violation to seek political con-
tributions in a federal building.
Morgenthau's suspension order was
issued pending completion of an in-
vestigation by the civil service com-
mission before which the original
charges were brought that civil serv-
ice employes were being assessed for
political money.
Naval Fleet Will
Be Reviewed By
Roosevelt Today
NEW YORK, May 30. - (P) - The
power and pomp of the American
navy will go on parade Thursday
before its high commander, President
Roosevelt.
From the deck of the cruiser In-
dianapolis, stationed outside New
York harbor near Ambrose lightship,
14 miles from shore, the President
will see the great armada steam past
and into its Atlantic home.
It has been four years since the
fleet was concentrated on this side
of the continent, and not since the
post-war review of 1919 has New York
seen a complete display of the na-
tion's maritime weapons.
Fresh from war games in the Ca-
ribbean, 86 ships will participate.
Their full complement is 5,000 of-
ficers and 35,000 sailors.
The warships range from the
mighty battleship Pennsylvania, the
flagship of the fleet, down to compa-
ratively tiny tenders. All will have
their role in the pageant.
DRUIDS MEET TODAY
Druids, senior honorary society of
the literary college, will hold a lunch-
eon meeting at 12 noon in the Union
today. All members are urged to
attend.

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE -Bosch and Lomb com-
pound microscope,' six hundred X
maximum. Olson. Phone 6768.
LAUNDRY
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at iow price. 4a
We Can't Miss Now
In Identifying A
Murderer Or Thief
NEW YORK, May 30.-{(At) -What
sort of fellow is a murderer?
Dr. Amos T. Baker, psychiatrist
of Sing Sing prison who has studied
scores of them in the days and hours
before they were executed, gave this
description today:
A murderer is generally young; un-
der 30.
He is American-born, of foreign-
born parents of the laboring class.
He possesses fair intelligence and
education.
He is unskilled in trade or profes
sion, and is generally unemployed at
the time he commits murder.
He is in good health.
He commits his crime in associa-
tion with one or more others.
He has no record of juvenile de-
linquency convictions.
He does not develop nor feign men-
tal disorder while awaiting execution.
He denies his guilt.

WANTED
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
WANTED: Used clothing. Best prices
paid for men's clothes and shoes.
Phone 3317. I Friedman. 468
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - December. Phi Beta Kappa
key. Last seen in hands of couple in
Joe's, South University. Return to
Daily.
MISSING: From porch at 620 S.
State, two steel' chairs. Taken Sat-
urday. Reward for return. Phone
6317. 490
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Gas station, rustic store,
and three overnight cabins on Pic-
tured Rocks Trail where hundreds
of cars pass daily. A good proposi-
tion for two college students. Write
Wahkonsa Hotel, Munising, Mich.
481
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING apartments
-large airy rooms, suitable for in-
structor and wife, 555 Packard at
Hill. 6389
487

University Of
To Guide

Missouri
Fraternities

COLUMBIA, Mo., May 30. -(W) -
University of Missouri proposes to
place a restraining hand on the purse
strings of its Greek-letter organiza-
tions.
Bankers have foreclosed or are
threatening to foreclose on many pre-
tentious chapter houses, erected dur-
ing a million-dollar building spree in
the pre-depression days.
Without funds to meet mortgage
bonds, several fraternities have given
up their buildings and disbanded.
Albert K. Heckel, dean of men, blam-
ing mismanagement and over-ambi-
tious building programs, wants a
board to control the business opera-
tions of the fraternities and sorori-
ties.
Bright Spot
802 Packard Street
LUNCHEON 20c, 25c, 30c
11:30 to 1:30
DINNER. . 30c, 35c, 40c
5:15 to 7:45
YOU'LL BE SURPRISED

THE JOHN MARSHALL
LAW SCHOOL
Thirty-fi f th Year - An Accredited Law School
Evening Law School with Day School Standards
COURSES LEAD To LL.B. AND J.D. DEGREES
Text and Case Method Moot Court Practice
FACULTY

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GEORGE F. ANDERSON
(LL.B., N. W. University)
ARTHUR M. BARNHART
(A.B., Princeton; LL.B., Harvard)
HERBERT BEBB
(A.B., U. of Ill.; J.D., U. of Chicago)
CHARLES CENTER CASE
(LL.B., N. W. Un-iverslty)
MORTON S. CRESSY
(A.B., Yale; LL.B., Harvard)
WALTER F. DODD
(Ph.D., U. of Chicago)
PALMER D. EDMUNDS
(A.B., Knox; LL.B., Harvard)
REUBEN FREEDMAN
(A.B., U. of Manchester)
WALTER D. FREYBURGER
(Ph.B., J.D., U. of Chicago)
GEORGE E. HARBERT
(LL.B., Notre Dame University)
HOWARD M. HARPEL
(A.B., Dickinson College)
EDWARD B. HAYES
(A.B., Ill.; LL.B., Harvard)

ROBERT McMURDY
(LL.M., U. of Michigan)
THOMAS J. NORTON
(LL.D., Knox College; LL.B., Kas.)
LLOYD D.-HETH
(A.B., Beloit College)
NOBLE W. LEE
(A.B;, Harvard)
ELBRIDGE BANCROFT PIERCE
(A.B., Amherst; LL.B.,Harvard)
HON. GEORGE FRED RUSH
(A.M., U.:of Michigan)
LEWIS A. STEBBINS
(LL.B., U. of Kansas)
HAROLD G. TOWNSEND
(A.B., Beloit; LL.B., Harvard)
THORLEY VON IOLST
(LL.B., Valparaiso University)
ALBERT E. WILSON
(AIE., Hobart College)
VICTOR S. YARROS
(LL.B., N.Y.U. Law School)

Catalog and Pamphlet on "The Study of Law and Proper Preparation" Sent Free
EDWARD T. LEE, Dean, 311 Plymouth Court, Chicago

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