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'~AGE TWO

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His Slayer Found

NEWS
Of The
DAY

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGl

LOST: Friday at Beta house, black
evening coat, white lining, one to
exchange. Call Adele McDonald.
2-3203. -119

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or 4 room furnished

(By the Associated Press)
Commissions Asks
If Strike T o Be Held
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23.-(j)-The
Maritime Commission late today re-
quested the Joint Negotiating Com-
mittee of the Pacific Coast Maritime
Unions to inform it immediately
whether' Pacific longshoremen plan-
ned to strike next Wednesday as has
been reported.
The commission sent a telegram to
F. M. Kelly, committee secretary, say-
ing "the commission must know and
request you to wire immediately
whether the reported strike is to take
place notwithstanding that the com-
missions' investigation is still con-
tinuing and uncompleted."
On Oct. 14 the commission sent
Rear Admiral Harry G. Hamlet to
the coast to investigate the union's
dispute with ship owners over work
contracts.

CLASSIFIEID
ADVERTISING
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from the date of last insertion.
LAUNDRY

CONSIDER YOUR
TREES
Call Mr. Rees at 2-3121, Postal
Telegraph office for free inspection
and estimate. Silva-Pfiefer Co.,
Tree Surgeons-Foresters. 109
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
PRACTICAL NURSE wishes employ-
ment. Will consider going out of
town. A-1 city references. Call
2-1865. 102
PRACTICAL nurse wishes ward em-
ployment. A-1 city references. Call
2-1865. 104
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOM: Newly decorated with twin
beds in private home four blocks
South Engineering Arch. Open to
women graduate students or mar-
ried couple. Double $7.00, as single,
$5.00. Telephone 5038. 120
SINGLE: Desirable front single room
for young man. Clean, warm, quiet.
$3.50. Call 4576. 1112 Catherine
St. 121
FOR RENT: Double room with ad-
joining lavatory and single room or
suite for three. Shower bath, steam
heat. Phone 8544. 422 East Wash-
ington. 117

apartment. Upstairs. Reasonable
Call evenings. 928 Oakland. Phone
5740. 107
FOR RENT: Pleasant single room in
new house for man student. Call
5159. 111
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Portable Colonial type-
writer-$12.00. 133 Fairview Ave.
114
FOR SALE: Attractive Ladies Fur
Coat, priced reasonable. Size 14-
16. Phone 2-3350. 1430 Cambridge.
118
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Woman's wrist watch. Fri-
day night at Beta formal. Vicinity
of Union. Phone 5938. Phyllis
Ludtke. 112

DESIRABLE 3

Today 2:00 - 3:40 - 7:00 - 9:00
Starting Today!

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LOST: Ladies Benrus wrist watch
near Angell Hall. Finder please re-
turn to Marguerite Ganzhorn.
Phone 5201. Reward. 110
Today 2:00 - 3:40 - 7:00 - 9:00
Starting Today!
The Biggest "Big
Broadcast" of ANl
JACK BENNY
GEORGE BURNS
GRACIE ALLEN
BOB BURNS and
MARTHA RAYE
BENNY GOODMAN
and his Orchestra
SH*IRLEY ROSS
RAY M I LLAN D
FRANK FOREST
BENNY FIELDS

LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at a low price.

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Communist Stopped
uring Radio Talk

EL CENTRO, Calif., Oct. 23.-(I')-
A crowd of about 300 persons stopped
a radio broadcast tonight and seized
the scheduled speaker, Esco Richard-
son, Communist candidate for Con-
gress from the thirteenth California
district.
Bessie Keckler, Communist candi-
date for the state assembly, was
escorted by police to her hotel.
She introduced Richardson, who
spoke for a few minutes before some
one pulled a switch and cut him off
the air.
Local police were detailed to a high
school football game when the inci-
dent occurred.
Members of the Communist party
made unsuccessful efforts in two
courts today to enjoin Imperial Coun-
ty authorities and others from inter-
fering with the radio broadcast.
Black Legion Plotted
To Take Over Government

-Associated Press Photo.
Raymond Kivela, 27-year-old
resident of Negaunce Township
confessed yesterday to the slay-
ixng of Andrew Schmeltz, Ishpeming
Conservatio'n officer (above). The
game warden's body was dynamited
by his slayer in order to destroy evi-
dence.
rT.
On11Meteorites;
S I)V
hows Sl1ies
Shooting stars and "balls of fire"
which have astounded watchers of
the evening sky for millenia were il-
lustrated and described yesterday in
a University lecture by H. H. Nin-
inger, curator of meteorites at the
Colorado Museum of Natural History,
Denver.
Meteorites, which may range in
weight from a few milligrams to
several tons, seldom are luminous
after they arrived within eight miles
of the earth's surface, Mr. Nininger
said. However, the spectacles they
present often take the form of bril-
liant clouds which have been seen and
photographed at distances of more
than one hundred miles, he pointed
out. These clouds, 'thought by Mr.
Nininger to be occasioned by explo-
sion of the air in the path of the
meteorite, may be 10 or 12 miles in!
diameter.
Slides depicting the action of the
air on molten meteorites approach-
ing the earth were shown by Mr. Nin-
inger, and characteristic metallic
and stony meteorites exhibited.
School Debaters'
Enrollment Rises

TYPEWRITERS
Typewriters
Rentals, Sales and Service
Special Rates to Students
REMINGTON, RAND, Inc.
406 Wolverine Bldg.
Ann Arbor Phone 5888

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NOTICES
CLOThING WANTED TO BUY: Any
OLD and new suits, overcoats at $3
and $25. TYPEWRITERS, OLD
GOLD, and musical instruments.
Phone for appointment, 6304.
78x

EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

LOST: Smooth brown leather
Reward and no questions
L. D. Packer. Phone 6209.

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DETROIT, Oct. 23.-P)-Weird
plans of the 'Black Legion to gain
control of the government were re-
lated today by Charles Dexter, form-
er captain in the hooded organiza-
tion, as he testified at the examina-
tion of 20 alleged members charged
with criminal syndicalism.
"We were told we had to hold our-
selves ready for a zero hour," Dexter
testified under the questioning of
Asst. Attorney General Chester P.
O'Hara. "We were told 'some night
would be a bloody night, and soon
it would be all over.'
"It wasn't specified who they were,
but we were told we would do away
with some people."
Schacht Rules;
Goerig gCalled
A Fiourehead
Prof. Ellis Sees Possible
Reich Devaluation And
Vigorous Trade Policy
(Continued from page 1)

The Michigan High School Forensic
Association will have a substantial in-
crease over last year's enrollment, Dr.
William P. Halstead, manager of the
association announced today.
In 1935 there were 211 high schools
praticipating in debates, extempore
speeches, and contests of declamation
under the direction of the extension
division of the University. There are
at present 236 high schools enrolled
for the 1936-37 season.
Registration for the interscholastic
debate contests have also shown an
increase over the figures of 1935. Dr.
Halstead expects an enrollment of be-
tween 230 and 240 before Oct. 31,
the closing day for registration.
Ann Arbor high schools will be rep- 1
resented with teams for the contests.
New York Students
Plaini Meligain Club!
Plans for an association 'of New
York State students were discussed
Wednesday evening at the League by
35 men and women.
The meeting was called by a com-
mittee named previously to consider
such an organization and headed by
Charles Leavey, '40. At the next
meeting, to be held at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day, Oct. 28, at the League, a slatez
of officers and a trial program will
be presented by the committee.

jacket.
asked,
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6:0-WJR Stevenson News.
WWJ Ty Tyson: Dinner Music.
WXYZ Hockey Highlights.
CKLW String Trio.
6:15 WJR Musical Program.
WXYZ Jesse Crawford.
CKLW News and Sports.
6:30-WJR Royal Football Roundup.
WWJ Press-Radio: Soloist.
WXYZ Press-Radio : Soloist.
WXYz -Day in Review.
CKLW 'tal Ernie's Music.
6:45-WiR Murray Van Wagoner.,
WWJ Harvey Barcus.
WXYZ .Rhythm Parade.
CKLW Rhythm Orchestra.
7:00-WJR Tim Dolittle.
WWJ Red Grange.
WXYZ Town Talk.
CKLW French Lessons.
7:15-WJR Diamond City News.
WWJ Drama: Hampton
Singers.
WXYZ Lutheran Hour.
CKLW Phil Marley's Music.
7 :30--W.JR Edward d'Anna Directs
,Band.
WXYZ Chester P. O'Hara.
CKLW Alt Wein.
7:45-WWJ Football Fanfare.
WXYZ Rubinoff.
8:00-WJR Fr. C. E. Coughlin.
WWJ saturday Night Party.
WXYZ To BeEAnnounced.
CKLW Fr. C. E. Coughlin.
8:15-WXYZ David Crowley.
8:30-WJR Footba~ll Revue.
WXYZ Bob Chester's Music.
CKLW Benay Venuta.
8:45-WXYZ Tax Amendment.
9:00-WJR Gov. Alf M. Landon.
WWJ Snow Vilage Sketches.
WKYZ Barn =Dance.
CKLW Concert Gems.
9:30-WJR Saturday Night Serenades.
WWJ Smith Ballew: Victor Arden 's
Music.
dkLW Dance Music.
10 :00-WJR Your Hit Parade.
WXYZ Alfred E. Smith.
SKLW Sports Round-Up.
10:15-CKLW Sweet Music.
10:30-WWJ Irvin S. Cobb.
CKLW Ralph Watkins' Music.
11 :00-WJR Lions Tales: Tommy Dorsey's
Music.
WWJ. Dance Music.
WXYZ George Kavanagh's Music.
CKLW News and Music.
11:15-CILW Vincent Travers' Music.
11:30-WJR George Olsen's Music.
WWJ Dance Music.
WXYZ 400 Club Dance.
CKLW Ted Fio-Rito's Music.
12 :00-WJh Al Donahue's Music.
WWJ Dnce Music.
WXYZ Morris Brennan's Music.
CKLW Eddy Duchin's Music.
12:30-WJR Phil Harris' Music.
WXYZ Griff Williams' Music.
CKLW Benny Goodman's Music.
1:00-WJR Dance Music.
CKLW Leon Belasco's Music.
1:30-CKLW Dick Jurgen's Music.
R1ED NEW CHAIRMAN
Hugh Donald Reed succeeded L.O.
Cushing as chairman of the county
board of auditors yesterday. Cushing
resigned although his term was not to
have been completed until'Jan. 1.

What Foods
These Morsels lie!
at
DELICATESSEN
R E S TAU RAN T
233 SOUTH STATE STREET ' ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN

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ART CINEMA LEAGUE
presents
4 LIVING CINEMA *
"Rain
"Borinage"
"New Earth"
Tlhrec filins in the new movie
technique originated by
JORIS IVENS
Distinguished Dutch Director
IN PERSON
CRITICS CLAIM:
"Inspiring ""Unusual " "Unique"
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
October 23 and 24, 3:15
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
Tickets 35c All Seats Reserved

"THE GREAT
Z I EGFELD~
Exactly as Originally Presented

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Opportunity Tired
Of Knocking, Begins
Breaking Down oor!

LEtJPtLD ST4KO SKI
and his SymphonyOrch.,
Louis DaPron, Eleanore
Whitney, Larry Adler,
Virginia (Pigtails) Weidler
David Holt, Billy Lee.
Extra--
NEW MICKEY MOUSE
PARAMOUNT NEWS
-- Coming
LEW AYRES
"Lady Be Careful"

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but not the necessity of credit ex-
pansion and rising prices."
"We have had very little price in-
crease in the United States since 1933
that could not be regarded as the
result of the normal increase in bus-
iness, in spite of devaluation," Pro-
fessor Ellis said. Yet, he added if the
United States had increased the sup-
ply of money 50 per cent, prices
would probably have doubled.
The German government, however,
because of the popular sentiment that
prevails, has announced time and
time again that the mark would not
be devalued. But in view of the fact
that the other governments of Eu-
rope denied that they would devalue
after plans for devaluation had been
completed, this does not mean very
much, Professor Ellis pointed out.
"Press reports every day mark the
flighit of German investments from
monetary tonon-monetary wealth,"
This seems to indicate in Professor
Ellis' opinion, that the German peo-
ple feel devaluation is coming.
However, Professor Ellis continued,
Schacht will probably postnone de-
valuation as long as possible, not
only because of the German popular
psychology but because he probably
"wants to use the possibility of lib-
erating German trade and payments
as political bargaining points to se-
cure extensive concessions by foreign
creditors.
"Already the way is paved for de-
valuation by the coinage of a new

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PABST BLUE RIBBON
FRIAR'S ALE
At All Dealers
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Rooms for Rent-That
hectic room problem is
_olved right in our Class-
6jc~ ijed Columns. The
right room is listed today. Look for it!
Whether looking for a
house or wanting to
rent oir buy"n" . ini

You Are Cordially Invited
to the
ICHIG INN,
322 SOUTH STATE STREET
at North University
At The "CLOCK SIGN"
SAM Z3EBBS, known to generations of Michigan
Men as chef for the famous Joe Parker's, is in
charge of our kitchens.
We feature Courtesy, Cleanliness and Good
Serv ice.
Go to the MIC RtG INN when it's time to eat.

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