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EPAGE six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Federal Government Pushes New Crime Campaign

New Books Are
Purchased By
MainLibrary
Majority Of Works Follow
Modern Contemiporary
Thought
Announcement has been made by
library officials of the acquisition of a
number of new books. Lists are no:
available for the general fiction works,
which are placed on the star shelves
immediately after purchase, but cer-
tain of the best of the non-fiction
books have been recommended by
library officials.
Heading the list is "The Future
Comes," by Beard. Others are "Sav-
age Gentleman," by Cole, "Red Eco-
nomics," by Doddert, "Hawaii and
Its Race Problems;" by DuPuy, "So -
cial Disorganization," by Elliot, "New
Introductory Lectures on Psycho-t
analysis," by Frcud, "Crisis of Ger-,
I man Democracy," by Hans, "America,
Use Your Head," by Klein, "Collapse
and Recovery,'" by Magee, "The
Great Depression," by Robbins, "Ro-
mance of Later History." by Poole,
"Watching the World Go By," by

'Ensian Price To Be
Increased Dec. 21
S uaents who wish to take ad-
i \antage of the special $3.50 price
for the 'Ensian, must make their
first payment before Dec. 21, Rob-
ert J. Henoch, '35. business mana-
ger of the 'Ensian, announced yes-
terday. After that date, the price
of the annual will be $4.50.
Second payments are also due
Dec. 21 from students who have
m' nmv~ payment. If this
second payment is not made by
then. the subscribers must pay the
$4.50 price for their yearbooks.
Henoch also reminded seniors
that 'Ensianpictures must be in
*)y Dec. 21.
WILL BENEFIT UNIVERSITY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1934
Celebration Of First
Flight Will Be Held
The thirty-first anniversary of the
first heavier-than-air flight by the
Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk, N.
C., will be celebrated Dec. 17 by air-
nen all over the country, according
to a special bulletin from the Mich-
igan Board of Aeronautics.
It is planned to have every avail-
able airplane in the air during a per-
iod of the day, and the Army and
Navy Aviation Services will cooperate
with the National Aeronautic Associa-
tion in the nation-wide celebration
of the event.
The first conviction for violation of
the state regulations pertaining to
the flight of unairworthy aircraft was
made last week, the bulletin further
stated.
Tragedy resulted last week in an-
other violation of the Federal and

The University was named yester- State Air laws, when a student pilot
day as co-benef iAary with New York in Monroe carried a passenger in an
University in the will of Elmer E. airplane equipped with dual controls
Brown, former chancellor of the and crashed during the flight, kill-
New York institution and a Michigan ing himself and seriously injuring
alumnus. his passenger. Aviation laws prohibit
The will provided for the division pilots with student or amateur li-
of an unnamed fund into 24 parts censes from carrying any passenger
with each University receiving one save the instructor.
part. ------- -

Love," by Marie, Queen of Rumania

President Roosevelt (left) called for a double-~ar.cled attack en lawlessness in what was described as the
greatest campaign of its kind in the nation's history, whcn he addressed the attorney-general's crime confer-
ence in Washington. J. Edgar Hoover (right), head of the departmr'nt of justice's bureau of investigation and
nemesis of the underworld, is shown as he told the conference that "political pressure" must be eliminated if
gangs are to be permanently exterminated. Shown (upper center) in a huddle at the conference are Secretary
Morgenthau, director of the treasury department's new drive on lawlessness, and Attorney-General Cummings.

Abbott, "The Cauldron Boils," by "Modern Sculpture," by Maryore,
E Leugett, and "Osborn of Sing Sing," "Ivory Scourge of- Africa," by Moore,
by Tannenbaum. "Our Primitive Contemporaries," by
Included in a . wide selection of a' Murdock, "The Dean's Widow," by
more liberal type of book are "College Randall, an edition of "California
and Life," by Bennett, "Greece and Poets," "Old Bailey," by Crew, "The
the Agean," by Gardner, "Greek By- True North," by Merrick, and "An
Ways," by Glover, "Normande," by Indiscreet Itinerary," by Hendrick
Huddleston, "The Country That I Van Loon.

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DANCE at
GRANGER'S
Tomorrow Night
GALE HIBBARD and His
12-PIECE BAND
Men 40c Ladies 25c

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Program of Youth Congress
The program of the Michigan Youth Congress is as follows:
Today, 8 p.m. in Hill Auditorium - Address by Prof. Thomas Minehan
on "Boy and Girl Tramps in America." Short speech by Richard
Babb Whitten on youth problems in the United States.
Saturday, 9:30 a.m. (location to be announced tonight). Report of the
Provisional Committee by Marion Gilpin, secretary of the Detroit
area. Election. of chairman, and election of committees.
Saturday, 1:30 p.m. (locations to be announced). Round table sessions
on the following subjects:
Problems of Youth in Industry.
Unemployment and Social Insurance.
Education and Recreation.
The International Situation.
Problem of Youth in Agriculture.
Discussion by delegates only. Adult observers invited.
Saturday, 7:30 p.m. (location to be announced). Symposium and dis-
cussion on political trends, with representatives of political parties
speaking for not more than 20 minutes each.
Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Hill Auditorium: Address by Dr. Harry F. Ward.
Report of committees to the Congress.
Sunday, 1:30 p.m., (location to be announced). Summary of what the
Congress has accomplished. vote on Resolutions. Election of
Continuations Committee. Election of delegates to National Youth
Congress in Washington.

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Ames Predicts
Nazi Victory
In Plebiscite

Twenty Years Ago
From the~ Daily files of
December 14, 1934
Prof. George W. Dowrie of the eco-
nomics department is the proud fath-
er of a baby boy, who arrived the

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almost entirely futile. "Prospectuses, iwas told. "It is hard to assume con- fore-part of this week. The young-I
presenting the published information trol of a resentful people deprived of ster has been named James Otis.
about securities offered for sale as self-government. In order to guar- * - j
required by law, are long, elaborate, antee an impartial populace at the I Dean C. Worcester, secretary of
complicated, and technical docu- plebiscite, the governing commission the interior for 15 years, has sent
ments. In fact, they are so constitut- decided upon an autonomous form the first installment of Philippine
ed that the layman is in no position of government. In doing this, they documents to the general library.
to use them intelligently as guides to sought to de-Germanize the people, These documents consist of six bound
his investment choices." many of whom were strongly German volumes, relating to slavery in the
In outlining the actual results of and resisted tenaciously the attempt Philippines, extracts from insurgent
the Securities Act, Professor Water- to tear them away from their native records, arild the conquest of Cagayan.
man said that the Act has prevented culture." 3 :
a free flow of capital by retarding The arrangement of the official gov- A resolution will be submitted at
security sales. "First, there are those ernment has been made with the ut- the next meeting of the State Legis-
securities which have been kept off most impartiality, it was said. Under lature asking for adequate funds to
the market as the result of the Com- thc League, the Saar has been con- provide for the establishment of an
mission's so-called 'stop orders' which trolled by a governing commission of educational training school at the
'stop educationalttraining schoolbatath
have prohibited the sale of certain five supported by a constabulary University, and iso for an enlarge-
issues whose applications have been under a Chief oi Police. Next in order ment of the Library, as a result of
f aulty. A second group of securities -was a comnmission of three under jaction taken by the Board of Re-
which has been kept off the market Baron Aloisi, especially established to gents at-their last meeting.
ista nnw mon ffad-conduct the election. To assist this 7___ --___- ---- -- -
is that unknowbonds and stocks which used t commission was a 'brain trust,' a con-
flood the country and which are now sulting committee versed in electoral 300 Acres Leelonau County
deterred by fear of the Act." science, to. be further assisted by a 4500 ft. frontage on Traverse Lake,
From his survey, Professor Water- plebiscite commission and district 1320 ft. frontage on Lake Michigan.
tribunal judges.about 16 acres virgin timber, 1 mile
man concluded that "Federal regu-tinajues. off M-22. Ideal location for Boys' or
lation of securities, as far as the "On the whole," he concluded, it Girls' camp or for subdividing. Write
Securities Act is concerned, is a quali- is significant that the League has STATE BANK OF CEDAR, Cedar,
ably handled a difficult situation." Michigan.
fied success. I say 'qualified' because y a dcu situation."
there is undoubtedly room for im-
provement in the existing regulatory
procedure."
Dr. Thomas Durant, research as- The
sistant in the internal medicine de- I-s
partment, who followed with his talkot S ff oPCIN E N T AL
on the "Significance of Blood-Pres-C 19N .I N L N I 17 J
sure Changes," said that 16 out of
every 1,000 have elevated blood-pres- i
sure. A list of symptoms for hyper- DINING ROO lS
tension, as elevated blood-pressure is
called, would include headaches, diz- 1220 SOUTH U. - BETWEEN CHURCH & FOREST
ziness, ringing in the ears, inabil-
ity to concentrate, fatigues nervous-
ness, etc, he continued. LUNCH OPEN DINNER
- - - -- -11 A.M.to 12 Midnight !

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