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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1937

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Royal Family Acclaimed A f ter Elaborate Coronation

Annual Tao Da Lansing Senators Pass EXPLOSION INJURES FIVE
Y Basic Science Measure DETROIT, May 13.-(P)-An ex-
.w plosion of escaping gas in a two-
. i Ti o StarLANSING, May 13.-(,)-A basic family flat here Thursday injured
science bill, subject of stormy con- four workmen and Joan McFawn, 5,
A 7 4 Aib Hwho was eating breakfast near a win-
* - : 3.z o troversy in both Houses of the Leg's- dow. She was burned on the face and
,lature, passed the Senate today with neck. The workmen escaped serious
(Continued from Page l only one dissenting vote. It goes to injury.
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theran, Presbyterian, Methodist and amendments, and then to the Gover-
Disciples Guilds. nor.
Large support has already been re- The measure requires all persons
ceived from fraternities and soror- pacticing the healing art-osteo-
ities, Barndt stated, with several paths, chiropractors and all practic-
houses planning to make their con- ing physicians-to pass examinations
tributions today.
President Ruthven yesterday an- conducted by a central examining
nounced support of the Tag Day in a body. Among the subjects in which
formal statement. His message was they would have to show a grade of
"The annual campaign on behalf of at least 75 are chemistry, anatomy
the Fresh Air Camp maintained by and pathology.
the students of the University of~~---
Michigan furnishes an opportunity to
contribute to a project which has be-
2ome close to the hearts of the Uni- BE ER
versity community. The good which BE R C
has been accomplished by the camps
through the many years of success- All PopulI
ful operation is difficult to estimate.
Those who contribute to the support FOR PROMPT DEL
of the camp may be assured that
they are taking part in an enter-
prise of genuine social importance." Meats - Groceries
Previous backing had already been
indicated by the University.
The campaign has been carried for
the first time this year among bus-
iness and professional men of Ann
Arbor, in an effort to extend the 420 Miller Avenue
drive to as many groups interested
as possible. Especialy strong support OPEN 8 A.M. to
has been received from campus bus-
iness areas, Barndt said, although
Scontributions are still being solicited
and a statement of totals has not yet
been prepared.

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Still wearing the glittering crowns which were placed on their heads in England's most elaborate coron-
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of the Amalgamated Association of Anti-Italian Press
Iron, Steel and Tin Workers, local
CIO, affiliate, disclosed he had ap- Called 'Dangerous'
pealed to the two officials for the
"right to organize" wihout the threat
of discharge. ROME, May 13.-UP)-Count Gale-
He declared in letters sent the labor azzo Ciano, Italian foreign minister,
ministers that "a number of men warned London today that a press
have been theratened with discharge " campaign" against Italy is "gravely
in the different steel mills herabouts , a
because of their being suspected of 1 dangerous."
being sympathetic towards member- He did not mention Great Britain
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May Festival Tops
Those In Europe
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tour of the country, Mr. Ormandy willj
go next to Toledo, he said, and froi
there to Toronto. "I am called the
Flying Conductor," the little man ex-
plained, 'not because I go up and
down but because I go back and forth
across the country." He is now on
his way to New York City after a trip
to San Francisco, he pointed out.
'The story of my life reads like a'
dime novel," the famous conductor
said, "My father was a great music
lover but could not afford to have
the education himself so decided tol
have his son become the world'sI
greatest violinist. I became a good 1
violinist," Mr. Ormandy continued,
"but not the greatest."
A college man, Mr. Ormandy at-
tended the University of Budapest.
University life over there, Mr. Or-
mandy said, does not differ to a great
degree from American college life.
The freshmen have their games, he
said, and fraternity initiations are
similar to American ones.
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