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September 27, 1934 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1934-09-27

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ReinVenatio n (Of Sketch A n d Photograph Of Suspect _C

omning Events

Months ago an artist retained by the Department of Justice made a
sketch of the man who received the $50,000 ransom from Dr. J. F. Con-
don, "Jafsie" in the Lindbergh kidnaping case, using Dr. Condon's de-
scription as a "model." The above sketch and photograph of Bruno
Richard Hauptmann show the remarkable similarity between the artist's
portrait and an actual picture of the suspect.
Ann Arbor Air Mail R.O.T.C. UNIFORMS CHANGED
Service Threatened A change in the uniforms of the
advanced course students in the
R.O.T.C. has been put into effect
A threat to cut Ann Arbor from 1 yteMltr cec eatet
the list of cities served by direct by the Military Science department.
passenger and mail air service, un- Previous to this year, the officers
less the municipal airport is imme- and sergeants of the unit have been
diately equipped with more modern equipped with officers breeches, and
facilities, was made public yesterday. I e n n-n.n of, r

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Because lack of sufficient lighting
equipment will make winter land-
ings hazardous, a large transconti-
nental air service company an-
nounced to the city, that it must
discontinue service late this fall.
Mayor Robert E. Campbell has
called a meeting of prominent citi-
zens for this morning to consider
possible means for raising an esti-
mated $2,500 necessary to equip the
field properly.
The disadvantages that the dis-
continuance of the service would
bring to individuals and business
firms now using the system were
thought to be sufficient to enlist pub-
lic support.
HE WASN'T PENALIZED
At St. Andrews, famous golf course
in Scotland. a golfer's ball after a'
drive, stiruck another player and
lodged between his shoulder and his
golf bag, without his knowledge. Ac-
cording to the rules it was dropped
and played without penalty.
PYTHON CAPTURED
HASTINGS, England, Sept. 26.-
(iP) - An eighteen-foot python, peace-
fully sunning herself on the beach,I
was captured today and removed to
the local zoo.

oJ' .J,bu a) A aU o ei dleunnorm.
From now on, however, they will wear
slacks and oxfords. This change,
innovated by Lt. Col. Rogers, com-
mandant of the corps, has been made
in the interest of utility, comfort and
expense. The remainder of the uni-
form will be the same as in former
years.

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5th Aven ue
Diner
210 South 5th Avenue
Under New Management
Open All Night
Silex Coffee
3wifts Premium Ham
Home Baked Beans
Hot Chili

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Special Noon Lunch
$5.50 Meal Tickets $5.00

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Is all ready with a tremendous stock of NEW and

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Which we have priced to your advantage
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS -- ENGINEERS SUPPL
The "Paragon", "U. S. Blue" and "Dietzgen" (all approved by the department)
Also Some Excellent Used Sets of Instruments

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