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PAGIE TWO

T-HE MI&1{IAN 5IL

FRIDAY, JANULARY 31. 1939

Uelecrates From:
Miehioan Will
Attend .Parley
Wildl Life (Conference To
Be Held In "Washington
Feb. 3-7
LANSING, Jan. 30. -- UP) -A dele-
gation of 12 Michigan residents
planned today to go to Washington
to attend President Roosevelt's North
American wild life conference, called
for Feb. 3 to 7,
The President has indicated the
wants expressed by persons inter-
ested in conservation in the 48 states
will play an important part in the
formulation of his policies on that
subject.
P. J. Hofmaster, state director of
conservation, who will head the dele-
gation, said that in the absence of
more definite information as to the
kind of knowledge the President
wants and the nature of the confer-
ence, no definite program has been
prepared by the delegation. Each
member will go prepared to speak hs
mind by the delegation.
Others in the delega io will be H.
D. Ruh, head of the department's
game division, Hoffiaster said; Fred
A. Wester man, heads of the fish divi--
sion; P. S. Lovejoy, Ann Arbor, repre-
senting the Natonal Research con-
cil, Floyd W. Marble GAstone rep
resenting the Northern Michigan
Spor tsmen's association; Karl J.
Hammer, Escana ba, the Wolverine
Conserva tion asociati0n ; Professor
P. A. Herbert, Michigan State College
representing the Michigan Forestry
Association; R. J Gillespie, Lansing
president of the Michigan division,
Izaak Waltonr League; Mrs. haze
Schermerhorn, Detroit, state, regei
of the Daughters of the Ameicar
Revolution; (ongres - xi aoClare E
Hoffman, Allegan; Dr. M. . Pirnie,
director of the W. :K. Kellogg bir.
sanctuary, Augusta; and Mrs. Mabel
Madison, Hubbard Lake, representint
the Michigan State Grange
Sweethear-tO
Dilln ge'rrkes
Paupers ath
Gang~ster's (Ai] FriendIs
Released From Federal
Deten tiona Farm
DETROIT, Jan. 30. -- (1') - Evelyn
Frechette, 27, sweetheart of the slain
John Dillinger, took a pauper's oath
today as the last formality in her re-
lease from the Federal detention
farm to which she was sentenced two
years ago for harboring the notorious
gangster.
She told United States Commis-
sioner J. Stanley Hurd that she in-
tended to "go straight." She said she
would return to the home of her
mother of Neopit, Wis
The pauper's oath was necessary to
release her from a $1,000 fine im-
posed at the time of her sentence.
She said she had less than $20 and
that her only income is from a Fed-
eralIndian pension.
Patricia Young, 25, also serving a
Federal prison term for harboring
Dillinger, will be brought to Detroit1
Feb. 2 to take the pauper's oath. She,
however, will be taken to Marquette,,
Mich., to face a second charge of;
helping Dillinger escape from Michi-
gan after Federal agents had traced,
him and John Hamilton to Sault Ste.
Marie.

Bones. Of Extinct
ReptilePrepared
A skull and lower jaw of a phyto-
saur, an extinct crocodile-like rep-
tile of Triassic age, is being re-as-
sembled and prepared for exhibition
in the Museum of Paleontology by
William H. Buettner, preparator in
paleontology.
Five other skulls of the same animal
are already on exhibition in the mu-
seum, but t(he nw specimen was sot
br'oken that it sh)owed things tha t
were not to be seen- on the other
skulls, Mr. Buettiersa. It will be
used as a study specime n, he said,
rather than just a showspimf iren.,
The bones were found by a uni-t
versity field expedition in Te.'xas in
1930. The skull is 36 inches long and
iestimzated to 'ha'c.e come from an
animal about 20 feet, in length.
*When complete A .i t will be placed
on a plaster slab -i a s-etting that will
show the positio(n ini wvhich1 it was
found.

P d ' bei1~ tu O SCV(.... .__.e_..Il_. .I, ..

Abho. I frosPThai1
ly led to the demand of Secretary
Morganthau that Abbott resign.
which he did.
Evnthen. w;hen Farley was being '
befsieged by :omplaints of Democratici
hiogresnan f-on Michigan, the
lpcimslci- enral stood by Abbott.
UtII J \ c kan inter-party con-j
Lroo. ; oei-utenaming of a Fed-j
cra iid>-i.jide in Detriot blew
o tp. Aic1 Pi mton the appoint-
ment of Wle I. Mackenzie as either;
judge or ditic1 attorney, is reported,
to have uonl hinted to Farley that
ii llsclena~dswere not complied,,
with, h wouldseek an uninstructed
de~g' I n o he Demcratie Nation--
in _...aeounin tPhilade=lphia which'f
ml Itwork or th American Liberty
L~ugue . _.tio n, i.e., a platform di-
ani. :n aly ppo031to that which the
>1w ealia~ms.This apparently is
th i. ~aibroke Fancey's back.
I, hep 0;u-ener°al is supposed
cA) w,~ Ot1 v1,y an, y vand, as a
1crt.. ,b _.,elCdetrmiined to repudi-
ateAbod
RF v en -cB owen. a relativeC
nen oxt- -.te i-anks o1 Democratic
gai >a issK ctobe on good term
wr h all the Democraic factions int
he s c fiChasco,.sistently backed
the New De: l, as has, up to now, Ab-;
bott.

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aNOTICES FOR RENT - ROOMS
\VE _ WIL-ct. you furniture for theN.1ICE single, steam heated room, first
J-Hap. Alexanders. 417 E. Liberty. Ploor. Ava ilable next semester.
267 500 Calherme Street. Phone 9749.

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-lnp~ineeting tonight. 7::, 0 :_ OMFOPT. ABLE single room with
P1--,A~ho. Followed by sprhiunning,-wat er. 721 Church Street.
a ip.m. by 11 hold Wester, mian 270
oF Adean, foa-mer local Y.M.C.A. SN mi oberos la
yiIla-. 261 SNL an doberms Cen,.
- - - warm, anld well furnished. 503 E.
11TTE1 TION--1 ; meals $3.65. Fresh ; Liber-ty. 268
L<-z etal ,malshome-made des- - _________
s 'ts-SLADEtrS. 608 Hill St. nearI BOARD <JOB - Guaranteed to boys.
Stt.256 i enting nice rooms. Phone 8654.
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fit,~N coule ,tilt share furnished ________________
t!ClP~. i 1, iible. Call 3775 t, FOR RENT: Single room for student.
31 Cu .Mr's. 'rhomas. 8181Onse-hlfblock from. Intramural.
C, )~l. 69 I 921 M )-y Street. Phone 8668. 262
MAC'S TAXI_--4289. Tr-y our eft- APPROVED double or single room;,
lightend well furnished with stu-
cientt service. All new cabs. 3x
_ c;(lent desks. 1117 Forest Ave. 252
EYES'xminel(d, best glasses ina(ie at--------------______
lws-prices. Oculist, U. of M.gid FOB; RENT: Suite with private bathe
lowzest4 ansprcic. 4 Ptik :'shower for-three men. Avail-
andl. Phone 2-1866. 13x ( ble now. Also double room with

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Here are four Significant pcue fP~ada ~syl. h
observes lic 54th birthday Jan. 01. Ujijice t aI;t de- eIauf
vice-president; upper right, in 1926 CC.t th Non Ye ilowerateft,-it 1912)ii
p ;id rA; Jowc' rright, in xctv licsL' nik
Professos -Re'veaiSiI,
Important Proer OStl

Article Written 'By Kraii ui
And Boston Sigiiciant
In Tool Design
Studies made here on one of the
most important pr-operties of steel
fronm the industrial standpoint, ma-
uhinabiiity, were summarized in an
article by Prof. 0. W. Boston, head of
- he metal processing department, and
C. E. Kraus of the saine departmnent,
in the January issue of the AS.M E.'s
" Transactions."
These studies, which are expected
to prove important in determination
of machine tool design and practice,
deal with the forces exerted in lathe
turning when different types of tools
and various cutting speeds are used,I
with the temper-ature developed at
the location of the cut, and with the
manner in which the cut-off metal
chips off.j
Invent New Dynanometer r

l o ~ e d X V I I ~ i 0 1 0 U 1 ;I!- i i t i l ' o o f
t' ilpewas K ~~ -d aitios o
exec ed o lol Ite t o npositio
tP01io1 3 L1Vt'1' 103 -rt i fiebi 1ui= E
t'-'yn liil~ ~I~tl:si 011 oA
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St aee-ebI, .eL oae to the EDemo-
iz ~ ~~~1 ,, ..1. Ixi ,l urvnion, xwho ar-e
l~ti~ a 10 51ii Cconvenition at
(K oldRapcisin ay.The issu~e of
i~ .uln- tit- I Oill'l ecuain is fastbe
li~n~ ug to obke-i it will stir up a
ruw ~ ~~io ant( 1 , /11 ~ iidin the se'-
i' et11 f eeaes, and, as Abbott
l~~~as~ .x5 .abe .acing 1)f his own,
ilti, .5-lIIi pi in t the state.
fA>;a o ltihe i-eorganization
wln-h li- Pwer 'hatBe I Wash-
!i' W, i-rpi l O f )be ,sponsoring,
A/IOtji Y V 11 10 ]rigu-be JpushAed as
I~~~~~~~~o )?. c-oIT lt dtt o-[ovc-nl.
A aioIl aly considers Ithe
101nhi-l~ IX(-111 u-gnealof the Phil-
i,), tts ( aleI a nan to be sac-
i'a'd a I teolls1 in November and
hasne(oncledhimself to the re-elec-
tion of a Reublican here at that
lim. Mr piyhas never pushed the
nio~eiteli Io his nominuation and
Ku;ex-n 11 O~ Icold wvater- on its
,., I ii 1%).
Pledges wo pl,-, to move into
Ina~Ita (ait~housesc for the- second
It Illel I' We<& ti ise .yesterda ty by

THREE young tI i/It'lr115#et ol.
mius-Ibe h igh s, (lo t t' I 111(3
no ip-IIed. So F-y. ,eeMl.nien97
to 10 p.111 Aillet Ht 'i.2!
t i t '8i in ('1 ti~it (111' ;os- - a
Mp t.ib " } VX,., c ,"10 le t tltj-
by thi s aci.
iOCX.V .. -tp fpn -d'mi'ifail to, re
por infrct 1v c N. a i tencoli t
the Ifac -t W O, II)11'((11(1

TI NI )"Y' carefuii Vll( (
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STU'(DENT HAND LA&UNDRY:
1'easonable. Free delivery.
3006.
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox
Careful work at low price,

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Cu-is1annemnan, caiptin of the7
Micli~-inState Normal basketball
t-uowas released from thte county
lalwn Jusiiw'.Jay. G. Payne dis-
.loe a stattory charg~e against
S itlonth not ion of Pr-osecutor Al-
7.i -p. The comlalint was
I1< ; t' 11 niutiLthim by an Anni Arbor'
Ilautt-oi1, who is fromliDetr oit,
livep a 1101 Cross St., in Ypsilanmti.
II,- ii5or-dere(d to pay court costs
of 11.50. Satisfator-y settlement
of tile case has been i-chled ouitside'
(of c'ourt, Prosecutor- Rapp said.
sued' a more sti-ict code which had
xttdas a "traditiomi"fot- several

1SLL Y OUP, OLD CLOTHES: We'll{
buory old and1( new suits anti over-
coats for $'' to $20. Also highest~a
1)11 t'('err - 0 XolrOii 5and tyl-wit-
rsV. 1)11111 e fore (it'you SISam
LAUNDRY

a djoiznng lavatory. Steal'n heat,'
li'trbath. Phone 8544. 422 E.
Washinlgton. 263
FOR SALE
Al, " :'L'9 5c bushel and up. Clean
Iti lter-ti cer,. Phone' 3926.
Will deliver. 1003 Brooks St.
264'

,i dRSALE: Reasonable,. Dress suit
[?eltsitP- ad tuxedo complete. Both in very
lix good condition. Phone 3606. 305,
Prices East Liberty. 265
Phone; FOR SALE : Chiffonier, desks, book
6x ratck, apartment range, chairs,.
dlarned dessti ther furniture, including
U 5 lw choice antiques. 928 Oakland.

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LOST AND FOUND
L OST : Ronson lighter, chromium.
Initialed D." Liberal reward. Call
Derning, 2-1417. 2583
LOST: Friday. Rimless glasses in
black case, by Weaver Optometrist:
$5.00 reward. Box 111. 251
LIQUOR CONTROL AUDITOR.
LANSING, Jan. 30. - 03) - The
strate liquol- control commission con-
ti-acted today with William L. Stev-
ar-t, of' Detroit, to audit its account's
for the past year. The maximum
price Stewar-timay charge is $21,000.

l~ea Jtselt I . Bs.y to notify i lined 101!-its ( l110
1 .i lLa I!jhlldt' inmeiately. P1111 'V Pltlps 'W. SRt ereany of
lsqicmn h to h nvriy h ni -- coc:notice of - inten- to the CololIfstttl ta at thuli'x
1111 1) iIVCmust be riven at least code can tbe (-Il-tai iii.iitCi
IV/ c, e-ms rior to the end of the of the Council i'f1 l iivy t' ,i -j' 1
s c~~Lr Feb. 14, he pointed out lon-suc to ve i 1.11/ ii 11 48 htirs. How
ti ledtics Inust also receive npr--ever, a fturlhert- 1'(-lljsee ': of ~~v

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In order to measure the forces;~nl so to move into fr-ater-nil
which hold a lathe tool in position a frI?1 ~ iS1om l is 01fice.
and remove the metal from the work - A scholastic aver-age of "C" art
a new type of dynanometer was in- , 4 1 I~ ~1S leften of peci-mission from the pled
vented by Professor Boston and Mir. Par-ents are also required, he sal
Kraus. Described as a "rugged and 7eI >rd ti __
foolproof device" by its creators, it
supports the tool against its steel
members in such a manner that the I Tt coil n01.
various forces acting upon the toolE Two sttaxcns yesterday afternoon,
cause corresponding distortions in t -ar-tcd it tf on tile ca«mpu.s, when -
the members. Ite taeapltildetetiliC' FIUDflAY, JANUARY 31, 1936
Although the largest experimental A pl -alotelmge reIeu ~~ow±Bc oes
deflection of the edge of the cutting of Preet t osevt't1, 0enatot- V/WJ Dinner Muric.
tool resting in the dynanometer was Botah, ; CKl i. Omnar.
a mere two thousandths of an inch, "'SenatIorn i-ahi i the Breatest 1 6:15-r---VI h iX~uical program.
--Y merg -al's Msc
a system of amplifying levers for each Ameci-t an too"teacsuet C Iv, OnGentile.uic
dial translated the minute distor- sotdwvng_ Whns 63 WJ-lleDunasM. i
'~ti li's nt a gr~lt s Pres-ident W uleis
tions- into readings which indicated P WXYZ Day In Reviewv.
to 300 IPoi , jut CKvvMelody Lane.
forces up t 20pounds. Correla- as lots If tnlwl 6:45- cWJle, iist CKHvV , Dates in Histor-y.
tionship of readings and forces was asIiil n vt~ooe e os 4WWi ittsicttl Moments.
found to be unchanged by long use Til.; ct03inl ~ed, the ai<gument tget- MIXYZ Lowell Thomas.
tine ore «id moe heled a timet'v Bill.
of the dynanometer, by heat, or by tult it n Jli'lhaeia iei:o-wJa Myrt and Marge.
cutting fluids on the work. went ch e. Sevrl students gather-ed WXVJ Amos 'n' Andy.
WXYZ Pei: B ttle's Ensemble.
Future Use Indicated 11nd11tok il n the aigunlejlt. More CKL W Shttdows on the Clock.
came, an1Ei vw'chin five inutes, a- 7:15-WJR Jinmnie Alien.
A future application as a lathe toolofimt'td -- WWJ sr alceis lvcning Melodies.
fromitsdxpermentl us- t'e' 1),i ;s were WI Z C apt. Tie-'s Adventures.
rest, apart fo t xeietlue h w eblen KWLt, gae
fulness, was indicated for the dynani lotn dicsotetoiblCi- 17:C0wRlack-iarde .
ouumter structure by its elimination test~an, ,hoi were F oblivious to the, WIEn vening Melodies.
attenion they wregetting. I wxYZ Lone langer.
of the chatter experienced with var- -'il - ,ll. I r. . h idl CKLW Sunset 'locturne.
ious tool supporterunted1inhenmiddle 7:4 5-wJR Boake Carter.
iosto hpsmutdi no-of a diai i seton, suddenly WWJ America Speaks.
dinary tool rest. 3 :00 ,tJR Fretdlie Rich's Music.
'Tess o etrmneth cttnglooked <.ithi(an bcame (con- t WWaJJessica Dragonette.
Tet t etrin h ctin O f f 511wh w1s ihig w M Y-,,rtaRic~h.
forces in turning a nmild carbon steel, o~dt.f l N'Ztivgal-nap 1~i d.. Ptsdi (>LW S weel and Hat.
carried out by means of this dynano- mi- iI 'l -xS'.0 iio o a 31j gWendell Hall.
T 1C tjl f _c t't-t of l~- 18.30-- lB U Proadway Varieties.
meter, showed that the fortes for cn VlIte - -c.letl it oIs 1 PpCout.< us
any one tool shape were dit-cetly de- ol.o/Ilt.-0ixl t7 O Iiotreii0 lvi - -o - - ---
j.-,endt'nt upon the i-ate of feed andofthliuIi '' ',11itSd
.depth of cut. Further, these forces i 10ee
varied widely for small changes in the,_ I MAT. DAILY
sha;pe of the tools used, but wet-lc'y ,- 9: is&-::14
comtpat-atively little affected by iii- IA s 1-'25c(,or d ces of t e uthcjT e!
S7Fd {t nIone instance a 60 per cent ic Ireiaol.c~- pes (tI-ilL di fl'l
ruction in the force required to re- 01o11ct, iet me 0 tltias can A N H A RDru"I N
mxethe metal, together with a ver-y 11t11 lt-1-l I'teiuO (11-
larg- decrease in the force needed to i7- mns ck c-sitsv- ~ erw

Aties tions would alm lhavetoheapod
by the Senate Counhle, iesad
ad a The oiniginal set of rles c- a adopt-
ge's f ed by the Council two vweks ago
id. l af'ter th-e J-f-l,) Committee had is-

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