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March 12, 1937 - Image 2

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Guns Of Chicago Plain-Clothes Men Hat Taxi Strike Rioting
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Chicago policemen in plain clothes put a sudden ha It to a taxicab riot,
pany's main garage when they drew guns and arrested 58 pickets on charges
officer with gun drawn before group of pickets lined up against the wall.1
for an early settlement of the strike.
Mrs. Martin Johnson Will Give,
Talk On Borneo JunglesTuesda
Mrs. Martin Johnson, wife of the weighs 300 pounds and has an arm,
famous explorer who died in Decem- spread of nearly nine feet. He is
ber after an airplane crash in which now housed in the Bronx Zoo in New
she was injured, will present the York City. Two Orang-Outangs
last of the season's Oratorical Asso- I were captured by the Johnsons, but
ciation lectures Tuesday in Hill Au- the Borneo government would per-
ditorium. mit them to take only one from the
Mrs. Johnson, just out of a hos- country.
pital, has been lecturing since March The Johnsons spent about 12 yearsJ
1. She will speak on "Jungle Depths in the South Sea Islands, five years
of Borneo" illustrated with motion or more in Africa, a year in Australia
pictures. Mr. Johnson was originally and two years in Borneo. The Bor-
scheduled to appear here with her. neo trip is their most recent.
Mrs. Johnson lived in Borneo a -- --------
year during the making of the mo-j
ticn picture. She describes the place 4 Faculty embers
as a "never, never" land where fish r A1
walk, snakes fly and oysters grow on TO Attend Meeting
Borneo was one of the first strange F
and distant lands to be visited by Four members of the faculty will
the Martin Johnsons more than 18 leave today for New York City to
years ago. Owing to the impenetra- attend the conference of Latin-Amer-
bility of its forests, its maze of rivers ican Studies, sponsored by the Social
and the abundance of poisonous in- Research Council and the American
sects and snakes, Mr. and Mrs. John- Council of Learned Societies,
son waited to revisit it until they Prof. Max S. Handman of the eco-
could do so by plane. nomics department, Prof. Arthur S.
The Johnsons brought back from Aiton of the history department,
Borneo many unusual camera "shots" Prof. Preston E. James of the geog-
which make up the picture to be raphy departmen, and Dr. Carl E.
shown here. In more than 20 years Guthe, director of Museums, will at-
as motion picture explorers they have tend the conference.
recorded hundreds of thousands of I The purpose of the society, Profes-
feet of wild animals of remote places. j sor Handman explained, is to corre-
The capture of the giant Orang- late and encourage research in the
Outang is considered by Mrs. John- field of Latin America.
son to be the high spot of their ex- The faculty members are expected
pedition to Borneo. The animal to return Sunday.
as e - 0ec y

Yale 'Roosevelt For King'
Group Backs Movement
-' rv For American Royalty I
"Franklin I, King of America, the 1
Panama Canal Zone and the Virgin
Islands, Defender of the Budget and
Emperor of Wake Island"-that title
has been suggested in the Yale
"Roosevelt - for - King" movement
which is finding enthusiastic support
.in other Eastern colleges and univer-
Some students are campaigning to
dub former Gov. Alf M. Landon of
Kansas Alfred I, pretender to the
Yale's design for the royal shield
is "15 thornless roses on an Eleanor
blue field, six. rampant, nine cou-
:>: ssss&schant, only six of which can be seen.
- Associated Press Photo the last nine being plowed under."
in front of the Yellow Cab Corn- Landon's suggested coat of arms is
of disorderly conduct. Here is one a wilted sunflower on a gray back-
Meanwhile, federal mediators hoped ground.
The Princeton chapter adopted a
constitution, sent a telegram to the
President, requesting "passes to the
Summer Sessi coronation," to Postmaster General
-1.11-"-,J ~ '~'James A. Far~ley and to Miss Ethel,
Institute Planned spelled "Ethyl," du Pont, who is soon
to marry a son of the President.
The Yale men announced that the
(Continued from Page 1) coronation of "King Franklin and
his beloved Queen Eleanor" would
of fundamental principles of elec- take place at "Roosevelt, D.C., form-
tronics. It is hoped that the associa-
tion between teachers and research
leaders in electronics in industrialEE
laboratories will contribute to effec-
tive teaching methods. The work
will be of graduate level, and courses
included will carry credit in the SOMETHING WONDERFULGOESON INSIDE
Graduate School. .IL94-
Visiting lecturers will include from COOLED
the General Electric Research Lab- ED ic
oratory at Schenectady, N.Y., Dr.
Saul Dushman and Dr. Lewi Tonks; SRS,
from the Westinghouse Laboratory,-CIGAE r
East Pittsburgh, Pa., Dr. Joseph Slep- 8& CIGAR MOLDERS
ian and Dr. R. C. Mason; from the I FINEST RIAR MONEY CAN BUY
Bell Telephone Laboratories of New
York City, Dr. H. E. Mendenhall, and
D. F. B. Llewellyn; and Dr. L. B.
Loeb of the- University of California.

The finances of the Ann Arbor
school district are in "good shape,"
Superintendent of Schools Otto Hais-
ley told the Board of Education Wed-
nesday night. Mr. Hasley stated that
the school system was keeping within
its budget, and hoped to finish the
year without any deficit.
erly Washington, immediately fol-
lowing the appointment of the new
Supreme Court justices, who will au-
tomatically be elevated to the Order
of the Rubber Stamp."
Columbia University students ob-
tained a charter from Yale to tread
the "road to royalty."
More than 200 students have ap-
plied for membership, Peter H. Behn,
'37, of Yale announced.
The club suggested the "Order of
the, Golden Fleeced" as the nation's
highest honorary society under which
"The King may bestow knighthood to
members recruited from Wall Street."

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