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"THE MICHIGAN DAILY

r UR DAY, OCTOBER 10, 1935,

Convention On
Prevention Of
Crime Is Begun
First Session Hears Toy
Sound Keynote Of Two
Day Conference
EAST LANSING, Oct. 9. - (AP) -
Crime prevention crusaders estab-
lished their headquarters here today.
They prepared to attack in a two-
day conference the problems of juve-
nile delinquency, lax parole systems,
rehabilitation of youthful first of-
fenders, penal administration, nar-
cotic traffic, and police cooperation.
The crusaders rallied at the call of
the state crime commission, and their
ranks were made up of law enforce-
ment officers from the four corners
of the state, and representatives from
church, social, civic, and educational
Qrganizations, national authorities
will address their meetings on special
subjects.
The program of the conference in-
dicated that those attending are in-
terested especially in correcting crim-
inal tendencies in young people and
the reclamation of those who have
served in prisons for the violations of
soctal laws.
Attorney General Harry S. Toy,
chairman of the commission, sound-
ed the keynote of the gathering in
discussing the prevention of crime
among young people. He said:
"We, who are nurturing the chil-
dren of today, are surely training
them to fill the shoes and the crim-
inal's grave of public enemy No. 1.
We are training them for the future
by our own indecision, inaction and
stupidity.
"Rarely do we inculcate in them
respect for Christian training, for we
have almost ceased to pray ourselves.
Seldom do we teach them pride or
reverence for our laws, when the
very safety of our lives and the peace
and security of our homes are in-
volved."
Prof. Bonner Back
From Trip Abroad
Prof. Campbell Bonner of the Greek
department recently returned from
attending the Sixth International
Congress of the History of Religions
which.was held in Brussels.
Professor Bonner presented two
papers at the congress, one paper was
based on a recently discovered pap-
rus manuscript of which half is
owned by the University and half of
which isindeposited in the British
Museum in London.
The second paper was "A Prelim-
inary Report on the Sermon of Me-
lito of Sardis on the Passion." Pro-
fessor Bonner spent some weeks at
the British Museum in deciphering
the portion of the manuscript there,
and will publish the entire papyrus
sometime within the next two years.
k Y. U T T. H
Last Times Today
JOHN BOLES in
"ORCHIDS TO YOU"
EDMUND LOWE in
"THUNDER IN THE
NIGHT"
Matinees 15c Nights 25c
Price Change at 6 P.M.

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Possible Deserters From Italian Native Forces

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EXPERIENCED laundress, doing stu-
dents' laundry. Will call for and
deliver. Telephone 4863. 'fx

NOTICES
STATIONERY: Printed with your
name and address. 100 sheets, 100
envelopes. $1.00. Many styles.
Craft Press. 305 Maynard. 9x
TEACHER of popular and classical
piano music. Helen Louise Barnes.
Call 8469. 2x
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
COMPLETE BEAUTY service. Spe-
cial Mondays only: Shampoo, finger
wave, and manicure, 75c. Open
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
evenings by appointment. Raggedy
Ann Beauty Shop. 1115 S. Univer-
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MAC'S TAXI - 4289. Try our effi-
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FOR SALE

LOST AND FOUND

LOST: Grey hat. Saturday afternoon.
Yellow and blue feather. Telephone
2-2020. 41
GREEN vacuum-fil eversharp, lost
between Hamilton Place and W. S.
Bldg. Phone 9548. 46
WANTED
WANTED: Student registered phar-
macist for relief work. Must have
car. Campus Drug Co., Ypsilanti,
Mich. 49
HELP WANTED: Men and women
dry cleaning solicitors. Swiss Clean-
ers. 209 S. 4th Ave. 45
WANTED: Student laundry. Rea-
sonable. Soft water. Phone 5291.
44
WANTED: Room for Saturday nights
at 50c. Will furnish linens. 1622
Virginia Park, Detroit. 51

Three Buildings Razed
As Fire Sweeps Resort
BALTIMORE, Oct. 9.-(AP)-A hotel
closed for the winter, and two other
buildings were burned early today in
the resort town of North Beach, on
Chesapeake bay.
Firemen from six Maryland towns
extinguished the blaze while more
apparatus was en route from Wash-
ipgton.
Starting in the Cleveland hotel,
the blaze quickly spread to the ad-
joining buildings and for a time
threatened the business section.
MY WATCH STOPS.
I'll Take It to
THE TIME SHOP
1121 So. University Ave.

WATER SOFTENERS. Apartment
size. Home size $25. Zero soft
water for shampoo, bath, laundry.
545 Thompson. 48
Water softeners. Apartment size
$12. Home size $25. Jero soft
water for shampoo, bath, laundry.
545 Thompson. 48
FOR SALE: Second-hand R.O.T.C.
uniform, basic course. Call Har-
denbrook, phone 3319. 47
FOR RENT

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MICHIGAN
Now Showing

-Associated Press Photo.
It was reported in Addis Ababa that the Italian army in Ethiopia
was suffering wholesale desertions of its native soldiers. A detachment
of Askaris, native troops which have served Italy during fighting in
the Aduwa sector, is shown during a review.

Student Eliminates
Morning Ritual By
Expenditure Of 50c
A half-hour to shave and comb
your hair every morning is 31/2 hours
a week ,and that was just too much
for Joseph P. Andriola, '38.
So he had his hair shaved off and
now he won't have to either shave or
comb his hair in the morning.
The barber in the shop could hard-
ly believe Andioloa when he told him
what he wanted. "You're just kidding,
aren't you?' he said.
"No, hurry up and shave my head
clean,' said Andriola.
"But, I can't do that.
"Hurry up or I'll go some other
place. I'm in a terrible hurry," said
Joseph. And the barber asked the
boss who gave his permission.
Now Joseph will have 31/2 hours
every wee kto study.

Order Of Eastern
Star Has Meeting
GRAND RAPIDS, Oct. 9. - (T) -
Approximately 3,000 delegates and
guests were arriving here today for
the opening business session of the
state convention of the Order of the
Eastern Star. Mayor William Tim-
mers of Grand Rapids andHarvey
Sherman of Cassopolis, grand master
of the Michigan lodge of Masons, were
to speak.
Eight hundred members of the or-
der gathered last night for the an-
nual banquet which preceded the con-
vention. The Hastings chapter con-
ducted=a flag presentation ceremonial
in the civic auditorium following the
dinner, and later Mrs. Georgia Bauer
of Hastings, grand matron, and Glenn
T. Tupper of St. Johns, grand patron,
presided at a closed session for mem-
bers.
Gov. Frank D. Fitzgerald, who was

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reasonable. Free delivery. Phone
3006. 6x
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 1x
LAUNDRY Wanted. Student and
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wools our specialty. All bundles
done separately - no markings.
Personal satisfaction guaranteed.
Call for and deliver. Phone 5594
anytime until 7:00. Silver Laundry
607 E. Hoover. 4x
WANTED: Student and family laun-
dry. Reasonable rates. Will call
for and deliver. Phone 2-3669.11
to have delivered the principal ban-
quet address, was unable to attend
because of illness.
The convention closes tomorrow
with the installation of officers.

FOR RENT: One room suitable for
four students or four business men.
Reasonable rent. 915 Oakland.
50,
FOR RENT: Suite with private bath
and shower for three. Additional
room if desired. Steam heat, ga-
rage. Dial 8544. 422 E. Washing-
ton. 23
FOR RENT: Single and double room.
1044 Olivia. Phone 2-1804. 43

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