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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, I

Martial Law In Anderson, Ind.,
Prevented Jigilante Violence'

Guide Lamp Workers Say
Vigilantes Threatened
Victor Reuther's Life
(Continued from Page 1)
dustrial Security which union men
characterized as "another Flint Alli-
ance. ''

Re eves Resigns
Political Science
Chairmanship
Will Continue To Teach,
However; Haydn Made
Head Of Department

International Law Association.
Professor Reeves is author of the
following books: International Be-
ginnings of Congo Free State, 1894;
Napoleonic Exiles in America, 1905;
American Diplomacy under Tyler and
Polk, 1907; La Communaute Inter-
nationale, 1925.

teaching here in the second seine
of the"1935-36 school year.
A graduate of Knox College, Ga
burg, Ill., he received his mast
degree from the University in :
and the degree of doctor of p
osophy in 1915. He received the
gree of doctor of laws from Knox

armed, Siegel said, and others car-
ried stones and metal pipes. He ex-
plained that most of 'them were
recognized as foremen and superin-
tendents of the local General Motors
plants.
Shots were fired into the theatre
which was half full, containing about
700 men, women and children, union-

Professor Hayden also came to1
the University in 1910. He served He was director of the round
two years in the history depart- on the Philippine Islands at th
ment, and then became an instructor stitute of Politics in 1927; a
in the political science department ber of the board of Current H
for two years. Associations, Current History, E
Exchange Professor 1930. He is a member of the
He resumed teaching as an ex- ican Political Science Associati
changeprofessoraat the University which he was secretary-treasu
of the Philippines in 1922, and re- 1925 to 1929 and third vice-pre
tiirned tn th Un i vrit fnll,,, in 1931.

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Oni Thursday evening Guide Lamp xleaders said, while the mob shouted
and Delco-Ray workers of the auto angry and resentful oaths, promising
union were holding a meeting at the to get Reuther."
Crystal Theatre to discuss the strike Chief Enters Theatre
settlement, union men said, when a Police Chief Carney entered the
mob Vof about 100 men stationed theatre and promised police protec-
themselves before the theatre build- tion to the occupants, Mayor Baldwin
ing howling, "We want Reuther" and said when.contacted, but they re-
"Throw him out." A large major- fused it." He expressed his desire to
ity of the men in the mob were Mr. Thomas to preserve peace in the
city and avoid recurrences of the

litical science at Johns Hopkins in
1926.
Born Jan. 27, 1872, in Richmond,
Ind., attended Kenyon College, 0.,
and later Amherst College, Amherst,
Mass., where he received his bach-
elor's degree in 1891. He received
his doctor's degree in philosophy
from Johns Hopkins in 1894.
Professor Reeves received the hon-
orary degree of doctor of letters of
humanity from Amherst in 1926 and
the degree of doctor of laws from
Williams College in 1933. He was
admitted to the Indiana bar in 1897
and practiced for 10 years.
Tauzht At Chicazgo

turnu uu L nversLne T eoW -
ing year. Except for the school year
1930-31, when he was again a visit-
ing professor at the University of the
Philippines, -he remained at the
Univei'sity until President Roosevelt;
appointed him vice-governor of the
Philippines in 1933. He resumed

He served as a lieutenant in the
United States Navy during the World
War and has been awarded the sil-
ver star, citation by the secretary of
the Navy.
He is author of "The Senate and
the Treaties, 1789-1817," 1920.

Design of Flexible Surfaces"; a paper
on the "Physical Chemistry of High-
way Sub-soils" will be given by C.
A. Hogentogler of the U. S. Bureau
of Public Roads; and Prof. F. C.
Lang of the University of Minnesota
highway engineering dpartment will
discuss "Methods of Soil Stabiliza-
tion and Low Cost Roads."'
Hoffman To Talk
Paul G. Hoffman, president of the
Studebaker Corp., will talk on "High-
way Safety-The New Dynamic," at
a dinner for the Conference tomor-
row at 6:30 p.m. Prof. Alfred H.
Lovell, assistant dean of the engin-
eering college, will preside, and Karl
Detzer, writer of short stories about
the Michigan State Police, will act as
toastmaster.
The concluding session of the con-
ference will be held Thursday morn-
ing, at which time Leon Belknap,
president of the Michigan Associa-
tion of Road Commissioners and En-
gineers, will direct a business and
discussion meeting of the Associa-
tion.
Fajans Will Address
German Group Feb. 18
Deutscher Verein will hold its first
lecture of the semester at 4:15 p.m.
Thursday in Room 2003, Angell Hall.
Prof. Kasimir Fajans of the chem-
istry department will talk on "Einige
Uber den Ausbau der Materie."
Professor Fajans was born in Po-
land but spent 30 years of his life
in Germany being a professor of
physical chemistry at the University
of Munich before coming to Michi-
gan.

mob action and the tavern shooting.
Union leaders explained that they
had refused police protection on the
ground that in the past police had not
been reliable. Furthermore, they
added, confronted by the vigilantes,
police protection would have been in-,

NOW THRU THURSDAY!
LET YOURSELF GO-

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TO THE NEW 1937 RHYTHM

adequate. He taught at the University of
Mo Disperseds s eChicago during the summer quarter
Police were able to disperse the of 1917, having been convocation or-
mob after a few hours of shouting ator there the same year.
threats on the life of Reuther, he A herve sameUyedS
said, permitting most of the men anc, n. served in the United States
their families to leave the theu.r army in numerous capacities during
After the shooting, Mayc B - the World War, finally as judge ad-
win declared to the Socialist leathe 2th Division.
that he realized the tenseness of th . is a member of the following
situation and the inability of ioca. o ~anizations: American Society of
forces to keep it under control. F .r- Thtemational Law, of which he was
ful of a clash between anti-un - P .president in 1931; American
forces and union men, he declar I =' ocwa Association; American Po-
it was necessary to ask for martia, lit i Sii cice Association, of which
law. ' i nsid nt in 1928; and the

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