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V WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 192

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L AT E
IRE
-NEWS
;2,500,000 Appropriated
for Storm Relief
MIAMI, Fla., April 7.-(P)_
President Roosevelt tonight al-
located $2,500,000 to the Works
Progress Ad miistration for im-
mediate emergency work i the
southeastern tornado area.
The President sent the order
from the U.S.S. Potomac as he
turned for shore.
'resident Will Conclude
{ ishing Trip Today

Tornado Kills More T han.100 In Tupelo, Mississippi

3 Detroit Men
Are Fined For
Ticket Theftsl

Classified Dir etory

LAUNDRY

LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox
Charge Of Grand Larceny Careful work at low price.
Reduced As Defendaits NOTICES

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Plead Guilty
Three Detroit men, held for the
theft of 132 Michigan-Ohio State
football tickets here last November
were placed on probation and assessed
fines of from $15 to $100 yesterday by
Circuit Court Judge George W.
Sample after Prosecutor Albert J.
Rapp had moved that the originalj
charges of grand larceny be reduced!
because of insufficient evidence and
legal interpretation.
Charles Horenstein, 26, who pleaded
guilty to a charge of simple larceny,
which was reduced from the original
charge because of a legal interpreta-
ticn, was given two years probation
and ordered to pay $50 fine and $50
costs within six months or serve 90
days in jail at hard labor.
Benjamin Schulman, 23, and Eli
Frank, 22, entering pleas on charges
of being in possession of stolen prop-
erty, were each placed on six-months
probation and fined $15. Prosecutor
Rapp stated that there was not
enough evidence to obtain a convic-
tion under grand larceny.
Game tickets, which were stolen
from the Union booth the morning
of the game, November 23, were found
in the possession of Frank and Schul-
man at the time of their arrest.
Occupation Bureau
Shows 30 Per Cent

BOARD job for boy renting room.
very reasonable. Call 4039. Box 119
430
EYES examined, best glasses made at
lowest prices. Oculist, U. of M.
graduate, 44 years practice. 549
Packard. Phone 2-1866. 13x
NOTICE: We clean, upholster, repair
and refinish furniture. Phone 8105.
A. A. Stuhlman. 15x
SELL YOUR OLD CLOTHES: We'll
buy old and new suits and over-
coats for $3 to $20. Also highest
prices for saxophones and typewrit-
ers. Don't sell before you see Sam.
Phone for appointments. 2-3640.
I Ox
REFUSE TO PROSECUTE MATE
PONTIAC, April 7.-(P)-Ernest H.
Pasque, 48, Oak Park inventor held,
since his wife was shot and wounded
during a quarrel, was free Tuesday.
Mrs. Pasque, recovering at a hospital,
refused to prosecute him.
HALLER'S
Jewelr,,,
State and Liberty
Watch Repairing!

WANTED
WANTED: Amateur movie camera, 16
mm. film. Write Box 118, stating
make, year, and condition imme-
diately. 428
WANTED Canoes for week-ends of
April 25 and 26. Call A. Kuesel.
Phone 7756 or A. Hartsig, Phone
5321. 427
WILLIAM McEWING DIES
SOUTH HAVEN. April 7.-(A)-
William McEwing, 66, president of
the Michigan Fruit Canners, Inc., and
actively identified with the fruit ii-
dustry for 30 years, died today. He
formerly was president of the State
Canners Association. The widow, a
} son, Hewitt, and a daughter, Edith
McEwing of Grand Rapids, survive.
FORDHAM UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF LAW
NEW YORK
Case System
Three-Year Day Course
Four-Year Evening Course
Co-educational
College Degree or Two Years of
College Work with Good Grades
Required for Entrance
Morning, Early Afternoon and
Evening Classes
For further information address
CHARLES P. DAVIS, Registrar
233 Broadway, New York
Transcript of Record Must Be Furnished

MIAMI, Fla., April 7.- (P) -
President Roosevelt was just off
the Flrida coast tonight ready to
cruise into port tomorrow after-
noon, concluding his annual fish-
ing trip in southern waters.
He spent the final day of his
two weeks at sea fishing off Great
Isaac Cay due east about 80 miles
from Fort Lauderdale.
Returning to shore tomorrow,
the Presidernt will land somewhere
along the Florida coast, probably
at Port Everglades, where he set
out to sea two weeks ago last
night. He will return to Washing-
ton Friday.
Roosevelt Reelection
Predicted By Thomas
WASHINGTON, April 7.--()
- Norman Thomas, twice the So-
cialist candidate for President,
predicted today that President
Roosevelt would be re-elected "as
the lesser of two evils."
The. gra'y-haired veteran of
many poitical campaigns said
that while he had not decided
whether he would be a candidate
for the Presidency or for Congress
from a New York district this
year, he would not support Mr.
Roosevelt.
"Enough people are back of
him already," he said, "and while
his election is not a foregone con-
clusion, he probably will remain
in the White House, unless Borah
should be nominated -and he
won't be."
Senate To Take Up
Flood Legislation
WASHINGTON, April 7.-(/P)-
Prompted by storms dealing
death and destruction in the
South on the heels of floods in
the East, the Senate today agreed
to take up tomorrow legislation
to authorize the RFC to lend
$50,000,000 for rehabilitation
work.
Coupled with this authoriza-
tion would be a broadening of
powers of the Federal Housing
Administration to insure loans to
rehabilitate flooded areas.
'Kangaroo' Court Is
Held In Local Jail
(Continued from Page 1)
able, for the conduct of all inmates,
are posted in a prominent place on
the west well of the cell-room. Fines
ranging from five to 25 cents are im-
posed for infraction of any of the
following rules:
1. No spitting except in the ap-
propriate place.
2. No untidy bunks.
3. No disorderly conduct.
4. No cigarette butts on the floor.
5. Lack of cooperaton.
At the bottom ofpthe poster is the
iron-clad warning, "Lights off at 11
o'clock." The amount of the fine is
Varied at the discretion of the judge.
The Sheriff's department reserves the
right to suspend any fines when it
sees fit, however, as the money would
be better spent for the families of
some of the inmates, Undersheriff
John Osborn said. The existence of
the court depends on the Sheriff's
will,. and cooperation is thus com-
pelled by the threat of banishing any
method of raising funds.
Court is called every morning after
the routine duties of the prisoners
are completed and before any mem-
ber is taken to Justice Court in ac-
cordance with the regular judicial
procedure. Complaints are made by
the "sheriff" of the "kangaroo" court
and heard by the judge. Both offi-
cials are elected from and by the
members of the court.

-Associated Press Photo.
This wrecked residence in Tupelo, Miss., is typical of the damage caused by the devastating tornado
that swept through several southern states. More than 100 persons were killed in Tupelo, which with
Gainesville, Ga., suffered the greatest damage.
Several Faculty -Fitzgerald To Back Fuel Processes
M Couzens And Read .e.
Men To Attend Of Refineries

Annual Meeting
Latin Professors To Leave
For Classical Association
Convention This Week
Professors Orma F. Butler, Fred S.
Dunham and Bruno Meinecke, all of
the Latin department will attend the
32nd annual meeting of the Classical
Association of the Middle West and
l South to be held Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of this week at Cleve-
land, O .
Thirty states and the Province of
Ontario will be represented at the

LANSING, April 7.-(P)-Governor
Fitzgerald endorsed United States
Sen. James Couzens and Lt.-Gov.
Thomas Read today for renomina-
tion and reelection, adding that he
believed neither one of them should
be opposed at the primary.
His statement was the second stage
of an attempt to bring out full ac-
ceptance of Couzens by the Republi-
can party. Former Gov. Chase S.
Osborne recently urged undivided
support for the Senator.
EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

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convention. The program includes 6:00-WJR Buck Rogers.
a variety of lectures to be given by WWJ Ty Tyson.
WXYZ Contrasts in Music.
Latin and Greek authorities from CKLW Omar.
many leading educational institutions. 6:15-WJR Junior Nurse Corps.
Professor Dunham, who has been WWJD er Music.
WXYZ Dance Music.
secretary-treasurer of the association CKLW Joe Gentile.
since 1932, is chairman of a sub- 6:30-.WJR Duncan Moore.
committee of the executive commit- WWJ Newscast.
WXYZ Day in Review.
tee studying the problem of the tenure CKLW Rhythm Ramblings.
of office of state vice-presidents and 6:45-WJR Musical Moments.
i WWJ Musical Moments.
a member of a committee to formu- WXYZ Lowell Thomas.
late minimum requirements for teach- CKLW Old Bill.
ers of Latin within the jurisdiction of 7:00-WJR Myrt and Marge.
WWJ Amos and Andy.
the association. Tomorrow he will WXYZ Easy Aces.
preside at the meeting of the state CKLW Phil Marley's Music.
vice-presidents. 7:15--WJREAdventures of Jimmie Allen.
vice-residnts.WWJ Evening Melodies.
On Friday, Dr. Butler will present:W XYZ ToBe Announced.
Inillustrated lecture, "A Roman, 7:30--WJR Kate Smith.
[an . WWJ Studio Hour.
Builder's Toolbox." i WXYZ Lone Ranger.
The association publishes the Class- CKLW Variety Revue.
The.aocatinph ihs thelass-st 7:45-WJR Boake Carter.
ical Journal, which has the largest l0:00--WJR Gang Busters.
circulation of any classical periodical. WWJ Your Hit Parade.
The Michigan headquarters of the CKLW Husbands and Wivs.
association are located in the Uni- 10:30-WJR March of Time.
versity Elementary School Building. WXYZ Henry Biagini's Music.
____________________CKLW Mart Kenny's Music.
10 :45--WJR Dance Tunes.
COAST GUARDSMEN RETURN CKLW Ted Weems' Music.
GRAND HAVEN, April 7.-(A')- WXYZ Larry Funk's Music.
GRAN HAEN, pri 7.-/P)---11:00-- CKLW Hockey Review.
Return of 40 coast guardsmen of the WWJ Bureau of Missing Persons;
tenth district from duty in the Ohio Troupers.
WXYZ Baker Twins.
River flood area was expected to bring CKLW Freddy Martin's Music.
personnel of the stations in the dis- 11:15-WJR Isham Jones' Music.
trict to full strength again in a day WXZeney Bus's Music.
or so. The stations have operated CKLW Kay Kyer's Music.
with skeleton staffs for three weeks. 11:30--WWJ George Kavanagh's Music.
WJR Bob Crosby's Music.
WXYZ Lowry Clark.
CELEBRATES 96th BIRTHDAY CKLW DeMarco's Music.
FLINT, April 7.-(A')-Mrs. Eliza- 11:45-WJR Charles Penman and Bob
FLINTAprilClarke.
beth McCartney, who has five chil- WXYZ Enoch Light's Music.
dren, 27, grandchildren, 61 great- CKLW Ted Weems' Music.
grandchildren and 15 great-great- 12 m dnight WJR Barn y Rapp's Music.
grandchildren, celebrated her 96th CKLW Hal Kemp's Music.
WXYZ Shandor: Joe Rine's Music.
birthday Tuesday by expressing her 12:30-WJR Sterling Young's Music.
hopes to live past the age of 100. Her WXYZ Romanelli's Music.
CKLW Jack Hylton's Music.
mother died at that age. . 1 :00-CKLW Will Osborne's Music.

Gasolines And Lubricants
Treated In Chemical Talk
Given ByDr. G. Egloff
That improvements in technology
have to a considerable extent com-
pensated for waste caused by econ-
omic stresses in the petroleum indus-
try was pointed out during a lecture
yesterday in the Chemistry Building
by Dr. G. Egloff of the Universal Oil
Products Company.
Summarizing in his talk on "Mod-
ern Gasolines and Lubricants" the
advancements chemical engineers
and chemists have made in the re-
fining of crude oil, Dr. Egloff stated
that at least 40 per cent of the pres-
ent yearly gasoline supply was ob-
tained from the "cracking process."1
By this development the heavier por-
tions of petroleum, which remain af-
ter the lighter gasoline vapors are
distilled off, can be broken down into1
lighter constituents part of which are,
suitable for gasoline, he said.
The effect of various inhibitors of
chemical action in stored fuels was
explained by Dr. Egloff. Through re-
scarch in this direction, he added,
the length of time for which gaso-
line can be stored has been greatly
increased.
The gasoline "knock." bane of Sun-
day motorists, was also discussed.
Cracked gasoline, Dr. Egloff declared,
has been found to have much high-
er anti-knock qualities than dis-
tilled gasoline, and for this reason
commands a premium in price.
Fu hiire 11 cis Start
IAnn Arbor Chapter.
(Continued from Page 1)
youth in many colleges and universi-
ties in real earnest. It has turned out
to be a real idea, so real in fact that
Joseph E. Van Zandt, commander of
the Foreign Veterans ,has said the
younger members of his rivai organi-
zation are "too yellow to go to war"
to which Mr. Gorin retorted for the
Future Veterans, "You are a Red,"
and challenged Mr. Van Zandt to a
debate-which the latter did not ac-
cept.
COLLEGE
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Although the number of graduate
students and alumni seeking employ-
ment through the University Bureau
of Occupational Information con-
tinues to increase only slightly, re-
quests from colleges, schools, and
business concerns throughout the na-
tion for trained men and women are
showing an increase of 30 per cent
over last year.
In 1935 the bureau received 1355
calls from educational institutions
and was able to fill 796,20 more than
the previous year. In the same per-
iod placements with business firms
rose nearly 25 per cent to 487. In
addition to making placements for
57 summer positions, the bureau pro-
vided jobs for 10 educational direct-
ors in the C.C.C. and 49 instructors
in the F.E.R.A.
An effort is being made by the bu-
reau to promote more accurate study
of the abilities and traits of each ap-
plicant, because in the past many
positions have gone unfilled for lack
of enough information.
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Printed with Name & Address
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