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THURSDAY. JAN. 28, 1937

PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan Co-Ed,
Flood Envoy,
Recalls Scenes
(Continued from Page 1)
had escaped from her uncle's dam-
aged reservoirs. There was no water
either, she said, and in the time'
that she was there she had but two
drinks of boiled rain water and had
to wash several times in the same
water.
Besides aiding in Red Cross work,
Miss Reinert and Whitford made sev-
eral auto trips to nearby Georgetown'
for food, she said. She said that she
was glad she had gone and would
never forget some of the scenes in the
flood: houses "zipping" down the
swiftly flowing Ohio with people wav-
ing frantically from the roofs; men;
weeping at the relief stations; and in-
serted in this poignant experience,
she said, is the incongruous picture
of a brood of chickens roosting in the
trees In front of her house.
As soon as she returned at 2 a.m.
yesterday she was able to get a call
through to her mother in Kentucky
and learn that she was safe.
And now with memories of daven-
ports and rocking chairs floating in
'solemn procession down the streets of
Ripley she is trying to prepare for
her first final on Saturday and not
to worry to much about "Rod" who
was put in the Health Service yester-
day with the flu.
Full Time Schedule
For NYA Workers
Students working on National
Youth Administration projects will
be expected to put in the full time
alloted them next month even though
examination schedules will claim
much time, according to Harold S.
Anderson, in charge of the NYA pay-
rolls.

Five Hurt As Detroit Police Club Pickets At Auto Plant

Bar To-Petition SUBCOMMITTEE MEE S
LONDON, Jan. 27.-(/P)-A sub-
For Amendment committee of the international
"handsoff Spain" committee will
(Continued from Page 1) meet tomorrow to attempt to decide
l upon a date and effective enforce-
now but they would come up for ment scheme for an international

Waggoner Takes Post
At Psychopathic Hospital
Prof. Raymond W. Waggoner has
assumed his duties as director of the
psychiatry department and director
of the State Psychopathic Hospital.
His leave of absence was terminated
two months early by the Regents that
he might go to his new position.

reoppointment rather than re-elec-
tion on the basis of their records, Mr. embargo on the flow of foreign
Bonisteel explained. unteers to Spain's civil war.

vol-

Requires Amendment
Such a reorganization of the judi-
cial system requires an amendment
to the state constitution and the State
Bar is very hopeful, Mr. Bonisteel
said, that the proposed amendment
will receive the approval of the legis-
lature and be placed upon the April
ballot..
The judiciary commission which is
proposed by the State Bar's commit-
tee would be composed of nine mem-
bers. One member would be a Su-
pi nemc Court justice, another mem-
ber would be a Circuit Court judge
and a third representative of the ju-
diciary would be chosen from the
judges of the Probate Courts. Three
lay members would be appointed by
the governor and three men repre-
senting the State Bar would be ap-
pointed by the bar itself.
Support from Gov: Frank Murphy
is hoped for by the advocates of the
plan, Mr. Bonisteel said, and indica-
bons are that the governor might
back the movement, in view of his
actions to rid thei udiciary of nolities

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Five persons, including one woman, were injured in the clash pictured here Netwecn pic;evs and police
at the strike-closed Cadillac plant of General Motors in Detroit. The strikers and police, brandishing
clubs, are shown milling around an automobile, loaded with officials, which succeeded in getting through
the picket line into the plant.

Miss Perkins Asks
r I
Grant Of P ower
(Continued from Page 1)
ting the men back to work at this
time gives the company officials a
distinct advantage in the proceedings.
At the same time, he pointed out,
the men who are unable to return to
work because of the sit-downers will
undoubtedly bring pressure to bear,
giving rise to possible violence.
"However, the presence of the Na-
tional Guard and the fact that Gen-

eral Motors w.snc s o prevent dis- 'Snow A Warmerwhile governor-general of the Philip-
turbances of any kind makes violence wmes
extremely improbable," he said. Predicted For Today Bonisteel Optimistic
"It is quite unlikely that the Na- Ann Arbor faces the prospect of Mr. Bonisteel is optimistic regard-
tional Labor Relations Board will in- more snow and rising temperatures ing the propose'd plan and feels cer-
tervene. and ask for a vote to find today as a slight increase in the tem- tain that the Legislature will give the
out whether the union is in the ma- perature was recorded yesterday. idea serious consideration. "The leg-
jority," Professor Riegel asserted, According to the weather forecast islators may decide to make the posi-
"and Gov. Murphy cannot call for a of the Associated Press, snow will fall tions on either of these court systems
vote unless proper measures are en- this afternoon and tonight and the appointive or they may decide, as we
acted by the Legislature."jtmperature will rise slightly. hope, to make appontive the posi-
According to Professor Riegel a The lowest point to which the ther- tions on both Supree Court and Cr-
Thelowst oin t whch he her ait Courts,"h ad
provision calling for a vote has been mometer fell here yesterday was The outions sare .
proposed at Lansing, but no action degrees, officials of the University I The resolutions are being drafted
has been taken. Observatory reported. This temper- into final form at the present, Mr.
There would be no fear of intimi- ature was recorded at 7 a.m. yester- Bonisteel said, and will be submitted
dation in a referendum of this'type, day. The maximum temperature g
he explained, because blank ballots was 25.1 degrees. Ir-

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officials would take charge.
The Union, fearing defeat, might,
however, ask its members to refrain
from voting, he said, and in this way
make it possible to discount the vote.
Cl'issife

SEEK STENCH BOMBER I
GRAND RAPIDS, Jan. 27.-(P)-
Police Wednesday night sought the
person who dropped a stench bomb
in the office of Frank D. McKay.

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