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Till! RRHICAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1936

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LATE
WIRE
NEWS

Men On
li State

Trial For Lives
Federal Court

DETROIT, April 4.- (IP) -For
the second time in Michigan's his-
tory a man will go on trial for his
life in Federal court here Monday.
Two Battle Creek youths, Clar-
ence Reiling, 19, and Victor
Houghtalin, 27, were charged
with criminal assault of two
young girls last July 14 on the
Camp Custer military reservation
at Battle Creek.
Scrap Tin Embargo
Laid By Hull
WASHINGTON, April 4.- WP)
-Beginning strict governmental
regulation of scrap tin exports,
Secretary Hull tonight laid down
a 10-weeks embargo against all
shipments of that vital war ma-
terial to foreign countries after
April 16.
The move was regarded gen-
e ally as aimed at Japan, one of
the largest purchasers of scrap tin
from this country. The secretary
of state acted under a recently
enacted law designed to conserve
the tin resources of the United
States.
California Flier
Plunges To Death
MONTEREY PARK, Calif.,
April 4-(P)-Second Lieutenant
Browne Clement, of the 73rd at-
tack squadron from March Field,
Army air base, plunged to his
death today in a freakish plane
accident today.
Capt. Nathan B. Forrect, lead-
er of a formation of 12 planes,
said the propellor came off Cle-
ment's craft and sheared off the
left wing.
Lt. Clement, formerly of
Thorndale, Tex., was a reserve
officer.
EVENING RADIO

Need Increased
Facilities For
Men's Iousing
$1-2,000,000 Fund For
Men's Dormitories Urged
By Dean Bursley
(Continued from Page 1)
the campus has destroyed rooming
facilities for over 1200 students, Dean
Wahr revealed. The recent destruc-
tion prefacing the Graduate School
threw out of their rooms about 200
students, a large majority associated
with the Medical School. In 10 city
blocks University expansion brought
destruction of virtually every private
building. In half a dozen more a
large portion of the houses have been
removed from housing utilization.
The continued existence of inade-
quate housing facilities as a handi-
cap in securing higher type students
was also seen by Dean Wahr as an
inescapable evil. "This year more
coinplaints concerning thp inade-
quacy of general housing conditions
here have been made to me by par-
ents of enrolled and prospective stu-
dents than ever before," he stated.
"It would be unfortunate if we were
to lose these young men, for, on the
whole, they come from the type of
family with well founded American
traditions."
Super 'Big Bertha'
Rumors Are Denied
(Continued from Page 1)
flexible, he explained, and a long gun
tube will bend appreciably in spite of
its apparent rigidity. "Sixteen-inch
guns of the United States guarding
Hawaii and Panama," he said, "with
a tube length of only 64 feet droop
four-tenths of an inch. The drool;
of the Big Bertha was nearly one
inch. Over-head struts and bracing to
the end of the tube were required to
render the tube straight ?nd prevent
its destruction from firing.
"In addition," he said, "it might
be questioned whether the present
German government, ill-prepared for'
war financially, could afford to con-
struct many, or any, 105-mile guns,
which, because of the great strain,
wear at a terrific rate.
But "while we may dismiss the bug-
aboo of extreme gun length," Colonel
Miller asserted, "the matter of pow-
der pressures, which also contributes
to range, presents a very grave men-
ace indeed.

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FOREIGN
,Ja'
On Sunday of last week the Ger-
man people voted 98.79 per cent for
the Hitler Government, and so the
mustachioed Napoleon again has
given a disbelieving world proof of
the confidence which his people have
in him.
The one weakness in the validity of
the vote of confidence is that there
was no space for voting "No" marked
on the ballots, and the fact that
"imperfect" ballots, that is, ballots
with "Nein". marked on them, werej
not counted. The vote is the largest1
ever polled for the Naxi government
and there can be little doubt that
Hitler won an overwhelming victory
despite this confusion.
Mars Has His Day
The long drawn-out Ethiopian war
seemed to be coming to a conclusion
at last, as Italian troops marched
far into new territory, clearing the
way with bombing-planes and poison
gas. Unless a great gap in the west
flank of Emperor Haile Selassie's
forces is blocked by heroic measures,
Italian troops will be able to draw
near to Adda Ababa with little in-
terference.
Fighting on the Far Eastern bord-
er has continued, with both Japan
and the Soviet claiming that their
territory has been invaded. Most
accurate reports indicate that the at-
tacks were carried into Soviet ter-
ritory by Japanese troops, which were
in all cases successfully repulsed.
In all, the situation on the Far
Eastern border and in Ethiopia have

become extremely tense, particularly, vored the tax prompted them to re-
in the case of the latter, because mark that he was biased. But that
Italian troops have occupied Gondar, David Stock was in favor of the tax
near Lake Tana, source of the waters had them stumped for a while. After
of the Blue Nile, which supplies pow- questioning him in an attempt to
er for British interests in Egypt. find his justification for authorita-
tive opinions, they were told that
A New Tr'ple Entlite ? he had once been commissioned by
*IpC the American Bankers' Association to'
write a book on corporate finance.,
Meanwhile, Hitler sent his eagerly- which a used Republica n ittle
awaited reply and his "positive" con- which caused Republicans no little
tributions to the Locarno powers, chagrin.
and even Great Britain was forced to
admit that the German plan was To wnsend Investigation,
"not enough," and that it would be
impossible to start negotiations on Dr. Francis E. Townsend's foot sank
such a basis. The plan, as presented deeper and deeper into hot water as

NOTICES
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name and address. 100 sheets. 100
envelopes. $1.00. Many styles.
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buy old and new suits and over-
coats for $3 to $20. Also highest
prices for saxophones and typewrit-
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Phone for appointments. 2-3640.
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THE WE EK IN REVIEW
World and National News In Brief

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DIRECTO)R,,Y

by Ambassador at Large Joachim von
Ribbentrop, made only two slightr
concessions concerning the Rhine-
land. They are: First, German forces
in the Rhineland shall not be in-
creased for the next four months,
provided that Belgium and France
make similar pledges, and second, an
international commission shall be
created to see that these pledges are
carried out.
NATIONAL
A C"oTIrmiInrist
Max Bebacht, a representative of
the Communist Party of the United
States, Guy T. Helvering, commis-
sioner of internal revenue, and David
Stock, a New York lawyer, have been
lthe only ones to testify favorably on
the new tax proposal on corporate
profits before the House Ways and
Means Committee.
That the Communist Party was be-
hind President Roosevelt's tax caused
Republicans no end of mirth. That
the internal revenue commissioner fa-

the investigation oz his Old Age Re-
volving Pensions, Ltd., continued.
First Robert E. Clements, recently
resigned partner of Dr. Townsend,
told of $1,700 collected at a Los An-
geles meeting which was not recorded
in the books of the organization.
Then it was shown that the West
Coast manager of the organization
had been indicted three times in
Seattle, but never convicted. Later it
was revealed that the doctor had
wired Mr. Clements of a plan of send-
ing out representatives into all parts
of the country, an idea in which he
thought there would be millions."
A New Housing Proposal
A permanent low-cost housing and
slum-clearing program, calling for
the establishment of a new indepen-
dent Federal agency, the UnitedI
States Housing Authority, was intro-
duced into the Senate Friday by its
sponsor, Senator Wagner. With
every indicaton that the President
would support the bill, good hopes
were held for its passage.

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Maier Judges
Case Of Chaplin
Vs. Henry Ford
(Continued from Page 1)
movements in an effortless rapid, ef-
ficient and exactly similar manner.
"Skill," in this sense, seems to be the
ultimate solution of the boredom,
fatigue and monotony of mass pro-
duction labor, Professor Maier stat-
ed.
For in this type of job the worker
is able to think of things which most
interest him and which may be total-
ly unrelated to the job. As long as
efficiency in modern industry re-
quires the majority of human labor
to perform tasks which are not in-
teresting in themselves, as are the
so-called "craft" skills, this special
type of skill, which reduces the
amount of attention to the job and
makes the labor as automatic for
the worker as walking is for the pe-
destrian, seems to be an ideal now
being approached by psychologists
and personnel directors, Professor
Maier concluded.
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