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November 28, 1935 - Image 6

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China Clipper
Plane Reaches
Isolated Guam
Sky Liner Will Start For
Manila Tomorrow In Last
Leg Of Ocean Hop
GUAM ISLAND, Nov. 27. - (P) -
(Via Pan-American Airways Radio)-
Residents of Guam hailed arrival of
the mail-laden China Clipper today as
ending the isolation of this tropical
Pacific isle.
The graceful sky liner, nearing the
end of its first flight over a trans-
Pacific airmail route, arrived here
from Wake Island at 12:07 a.m. East-
ern Standard Time. The 1,536-mile
distance was covered in 10 hours, 3
Two hundred pounds of airmail was
unloaded and speeded to the postoffice
for delivery, while Capt. Edwin Mu-
sick, the skipper of the flying boat,
and his eight-man crew were wel-
comed by officials.
Capt. Musick said the big 25-ton
flying boat would lay over here to-
morrow, taking off on the last leg
of the route to Manila at dawn Fri-
day morning. The crew will be guests
of Gov. George A. Alexander at
Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow.
The veteran ocean flyer expects to
make the 1,700-mile hope in about
12 hours, thus completing the initial
flight from California in approxi-
mately 60 hours of flying time.
About 1,400 pounds of mail for Ma-
nila remains aboard the ship. Most
of it is from stamp collectors in the
United States.
Nvew Executive
Register Called
Lawyers' Need

Resigns A.F.JL. Post

Journalists To
Begin Library
Of New Books
Some Editions Already On
Shelves Are Only Copies
In Ann Arbor
A library of recent books on vital
topics has been begun by Kappa Tau
Alpha honorary journalism frater-
Volumes may be drawn by mem-
bers of the library for from three to
seven days. The membership fee is
50 cents and all students enrolled in
journalism courses are eligible, ac-
cording to Maynard Hicks, librarian.
To date there are about 25 volumes
either on the shelves in Room 213
Haven Hall or on the list of books ac-
quired, but Mr. Hicks said that since
the fees are used to pay fdr addi-
tions it is expected that new volumes
will be added.
The following are a few of those in
the library "America Faces the Bar-
ricades," by John L. Spivak; "it Can't
Happen Here" by Sinclair Lewis; "Red
Bread," by Maurice Hindus; "Land of
the Free," by Herbert Agar: "War,"
by Norman Thomas and "The Crisis
of the Middle Class," by Lewis Corey.'
The library was started November
11. Most of the copies are the only
ones in Ann Arbor and hardly any
may be procured in the University li-
braries. Prof. Wesley H. Maurer has
donated 20 books and students have
also contributed.
P'rof. Maurer said the basis of selec-
tion is in part the extent to which the
[books can be correlated with journal-
ism courses and their importance to
current trends and problems.
Former Instructor Runs
British Ambulance Unit


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You'II find it Costs
More to send Your
Laundry Home!

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--Associated Press Phovt.
John L. Lewis, president of the
United Mine Workers, at a press
conference in Washington declared
he resigned as vice-president of the
American Federation of Labor be-
cause of "irreconciliable differ-
ences" with the majority of the
council as to organization.
Seek Building For
Chi dren's Insttite
Checkmated in their attempts to
secure the old Hoover estate on
Washtenaw Avenue as a home for
the Michigan Children's Institute,
George Thompson, state budget di-
rector, C. F. Ramsey, superintendent
of the institute, and Fred L. Wood-
worth of the state welfare depart-:
ment, who comprise the committee

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having your laundry washed and delivered in Ann Arbor),
the expense your family has in washing your laundry at
homde, and the time spent both by your family and your-
self, you'll agree that it is better both financially and other-
wise to send your wash to the laundry. Start today and

fin(I out yourself how easy it

is to solve your laundry

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seeking a new location for the home, The first mobile hospital unit of
(Continued from Page 1) have revealed that among the new the British ambulance service in
of the University of Nebraska Law sites they are considering here is the Ethiopia is on its way to the Ogaden
ofcheUiersinterof Nmbreaskparformer Delta Chi fraternity house, war zone under the command f. Dr.
School is another of more popular located on the northeast corner of A. J. Melly, exchange instru m
Professor Orfield, who obtained his State and Hill streets. surgery at the University. 'ital
S.J.D. degree here in 1932, traces the While the house itself is considered during the academic year 1;2.33, it
history of the one house legislature large enough for the purposes of the was learned here yesterday.
and declares that "there is no more committee, it was explained that the The permanent hospital in the
far-reaching innovation in state gov- grounds are not sufficient to make the area, built under the direction of Dr.
erninent" than the single-chamber house desirable as a permanent loca- Melly, is of the double-Y shapi of the
parliamentary body of his state. tion for the institute. University here, upon which it is
Advantages of the unicameral sys- The committee recently visited Yp- modelled.
tem cited by Professor Orfield are: silanti to survey possible locations
simplicity, responsibility, less corrup- there, but has expressed a desire to
tion, more capable legislators, effici- situate the institute in Ann Arbor if
ency, eponomy, the possibility of plan- suitable accomodations can be found.
ning. He refutes the defects com-
monly charged to the one-house leg- CHRISTIAN STILL ILL 727 North University
islature, holding that it takes due de-
liberation, is adequately representa- Owing to the continued illness of Phone 9797
tive, and that it does not imperil Prof. Palmer Christian, University or-
property and minority interests. As ganist, the Twilight Organ Recital Spec ia Today
fortyalegdminabiitytoerfos.mAswhich was previously scheduled for
for its alleged inability to perform Sunday afternoon, Dec. 1, has been 50c BOST
special functions, Professor Orfield Sund .ate sec.eswhas been-
writes that "today, when both houses cancelled. The series will be con- T O H A T 9
arechsenha y"oulay, rh othein an tinued after the holiday vacation, ac- TOOTH PASTE 29c
are chosen by popular vote codngtnasheueahchwllb
identical manner, there is no longer cording to a schedule which will be
any reason for a separate house to annonc nhenearfu
introduce appropriation bills."
Among other articles in the No-
vember Review are "Estoppel and
Statutes of Limitation," by Prof. John
P. Dawson of the Law School; "Utili- g g
zation of State Commissioners in the
Administration of the Federal Motor
Carrier Act," by Paul G. Kauper of
New York, former research assistant
in the Law School and comments by *
students and professors on the "Ex- With Name Printed on Card
tension of Declaratory Judgements and Monogram on Envelope. C.'
to Protect Injuries to Personality"; 1 2 CARDS for.
"Avoiding New Trial by Reservation
of Decision on Motion for Directed
Verdict"; and Late Supreme Court The Mwyer-$c airer Co.
Decisions on Public Utility Rate
The Review comes out monthly, OFFICE OUTFITTERS
under the direction of Prof. Burke
Shartel of the Law School, editor-in- Phone 4515 112 South Main,
chief; and Dr. Egbert Isbell and Dr.
Katherine Kempfer, associate editors. r
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