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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 1. 5, 1934

THE MIcIlIf;AN DAILY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1934

Four Michigan Children Burned To Death At Inkster

Arrangements
For Rifle Team
Are Completed
Freshmen To Be Chosen:
Following Completion Of
Requisite Course
Plans have been completed for the
R.O.T.C. rifle team, Captain Rosswell
E. Hardy, coach of the team, an-
nounced yesterday.
From the sophomore, junior, and
senior members of the unit 28 men
have listed themselves as candidates
for the team. From the freshmen, 20
men will be chosen from the highest
scores turned in by the new men. In
order to equalize the period of train-
ing to a certain extent, these men
will not be picked until their entire
class has completed the course in rifle
markmanship, which is one of the re-
quisites of freshman R.O.T.C. work.
The results of this course, Capt.
Hardy stated, will provide an index
as to the comparative abilities of the
men engaged in firing. Scores fired
during the week of Dec. 10 will count
as a record forming the qualifica-
tion necessary to tryout for the rifle
team.
The 20 men with highest scores that
week will be excused from rifle mark-
ranship for the rest of the semester
Prntirins frn tha n 7ith the

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-Associated Press Photo
Four little children, ranging in age from four months to five years, were burned to death when an oil stove
exploded in their home at Inkster, Mich., a Detroit suburb. The father, Gus Wendt, and the mother were out
of the house when the fire occurred. Above are shown the remains of the small frame house.

": TLHErSREPFN *

Body Of Girl
Found Buried

AT THE MAJESTIC
*. *Plus "THE SCARLET
EMPRESS"
A Paramount picture. starring Mar-
lene Dietrich, featuring John Lodge,
Louise Dresser, and Sam Jaffe. Directed
by Joseph Von Sternberg.
The advertisement calls it "avast.
panorama of Barbaric Beauty." The
nail was hit on the head, and although
the promoters would have us think
this leads to something swell, there is
nothing more to it. "The Scarlet Em-
press" can boast of no praiseworthy
acting, no plot of any satisfactory in-
terest, no historic significance, and
above all nto honest-to-goodness
drama. However, the exploitation of
Marlene Dietrich is well achieved by
the famous Von Sternberg, and the
super-magnificent pageantry is about
the most extreme and most profuse
that the movies have yet produced.
There is so much of it that it is al-
most sickening.,
What plot there is is based on the
diary of Catherine II of Russia. It
tells the story of how she is taken as
a young, innocent girl to become the
bride of the half-wit heir to the Rus-
sian throne, and how she grows up in
the court, learning the tricks of am-
bitious women. She stalks up the lad-
der of success and eventually finds
herself at the top, followed by the
Russian army, a la Joan of Arc. There
are only one or two moments in this
plot that produce genuine enjoy-
ment, and those moments rely chief-
ly on the Dietrich sex appeal.
Explanatory sub-titles are used
freely to get the plot in motion, and
whenever it falls flat, another one
is stuck in to pick it up. There is one
scene after another showing the bar-
baric splendor of the Russian court,
the extremities to which the 'royal
family went to achieve mere nothings,
and Marlene Dietrich seducing am-
bassadors, army officers, and Grand

1%00 1% 5. omwI .racic ing IromL nen on wiLn raze
aI I men of the advanced unit and the
i dr I R T V li sophomores, the freshmen will have
equal chances with the other tryouts
Dukes. It all becomes rather trashy, in the team match scheduled for Jan.
because every idea used is so over- Identified AS Six-Year-Old 21. At this time 15 men will be
done that one becomes super-satur- Dorothy A I Wit11r chosen, together with five alternates.
ated with them and wants something Dorthy istlh urst, Fo h iewe h ag
different to happen. Unfortunately, Missing Child wil beopenedtieowng the eaina
it never does. _____Cil__ilepnd oloigth xaia
There is an attempt at comic relief !tion period, any of these 20 men will
Therandheinatefrmp thm eiE NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 14 -(AP)- be allowed to practice Monday and
now and then in the form of the Em- The body of an unclothed child found Wednesday afternoons, while the fif-
priseelwhonCteineL ceeDrss buin a shallow grave on the grounds teen members of the team will fire
who is deplorably incapable of han- of the State Tuberculosis Hospital matches on Fridays. Alternates may
dling the part, tries to put it across. here was identified today as that fire for record at any time during
Her acting is forced and completely i of Dorothy Ann Distelhurst, six years the regular open hours of the range
misses the spirit of the character. She old, missing since Sept. 19. to obtain a position on the team ac-
should stick to mother roles. The mad District Attorney J. Carlton Loser cording to Capt. Hardy, who will be
Grand Duke is unconvincing, and the revealed that the child, found hastily in charge of range work and train-
fact that he is in the picture as an buried in a secluded spot, had been ing of the team.
important and ogre-like element gagged. A rag approximately a foot
harks back to the old days of the long was found in her mouth. NO LONGER SECRETARY
movies when the villain could not be "This would indicate that the child LANSING, Nov. 14- () - Gov.
made horrible erough. was abducted and murdered," Loser Comstock Tuesday accepted the resig-
"The Scarlet Empress" is a very said. "That is the line we are work- nation of Secretary of State Frank D.
ambitious attempt, but the results ing on now." Fitzgerald, effective Nov. 15. Clarke
are too Hollywoodesque and too mean- He expressed the opinion that the W. Brown, present deputy secretary
ingless to warrant the approval of in- girl had been kidnaped and slain by of state, was appointed by the gov-;
telligent movie-goers. C a Nashville person. He said the ab- ernor as Fitzgerald's successor.
~-.B.C'_ductor evidently was familiar with
' AT THE WHITNEY the city and knew an isolated spot
T to hide the body. Those EXTRAS needed
"HALF A SINNER" The father, Alfred E. Distelhurst, in a man's room can be
AND "REDHEAD" had been in New York since last Wed- purcased at
"Half a sinner," a Universal Produc- nesday, waiting word from persons
tion under the direction of Kurt Neu- he believed had kidnaped his daugh- Chas. Doukas - Haberdashery
mann with Joel McCrea, Sally Blanc. ter. Acting on instructions he said 1319 South University
'and Berton Churchill and "Redhead," tr.Aciged intrudmaiong re an-id _______________
a Monogram picture with Gramc Brad- he received in letters demanding ran-
ley and Bruce Cabot and directed by I som, Distelhurst was ready to pay _
Melville Brown.______
$5,000 for the return of his child,
The mid-week show at the Whit'neybut had received no word from theI
is a double feature bill, but all that supposed abductors.i
is really worth seeing, and the reason The body was found by two Negro
for the three star rating is "Half A attendants of the hospital while they
S , The show is rather d were digging flower beds. Under'
itis still well worth seeing. Iscarcely two inches of earth, it had
been buried in a remote corner-of the
It is a unique story of a boy and hospital grounds.
a girl, who meet on a box car, and
when attempting to lead a respectable crime, the widow owner of a hotel is
life in a small town, run into Deacon almost deprived of her property, and
Caswell, a card shark of no mean the rest of it all, only to have the I
ability. The boy is accused of aDeacon come to the rescue.
Berton Churchill is admirable in
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"Best-dressed" seniors at America's lead-
ing colleges are definitely against the clumsy
old-fashioned fly. Though they prefer the
smooth flat slide-fastened fly, they are also
opposed to the uncovered zipper which dis-
plays a strip of bare metal. Kover-Zip, the
invisible seamline closure demanded by
good taste, has won approval in colleges
from coast to coast. Here are a few typical
comments on Kover-Zip by college men
selected as "best-dressed":

Joseph A. Lowe
California, 1934
"The fellow who in-
vented the covered zip-
per certainly knocked
out a home run; it does
away with the raw metal
in the ordinary zipper.
I want the covered zip
on all my trousers."

young thing, and Joel McCrea is the
young man in question. It is a splen-
did comedy that more than- enter-
tains you.
Vera Browns' "Redhead" is betterI
not mentioned. It is nothing but a
slightly varied version of the old
"artist's model - rich playboy" themeI
that has been done since time im-
memorial. The show would have been
far better if it had been left off the
program. "Half A Sinner" really
makes the program worth seeing,
however.
-C.A.E.
MUTUAL PEACE ASSURED
BERLIN, Nov. 14 --)- Mutual as-
surances of peace and good will be-
tween Germany and Poland were
made in an exchange of speeches to-
day by Reichsfeuhrev Adolf Hitler
and Josef Lipski.

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