THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 6 ,1937.
PRISONER ATTEMPTS SUICIDE
MARQUETTE, Oct. 5,-(R)-Rob-
ert Turner, 22, transferred to the
Marquette Branch Prison September!
23 with 21 other inmates of the State
Prison of Southern Michigan, was
prevented from committing suicide
this afternoon when a guard cut down
a rope of bed sheets.
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IEVENING SCHOOL classes in typing,
shorthand; bookkeeping, languages, SOUTHEAST SECTION, 4-room apt.
English, history, art, woodwork, Private bath, refrigeration, garage.
sewing, sports, and others. Regis- Phone 2-2829. 71
tration, Monday evening, Oct. 11, __--
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Supply Is Held
Detroit Engineer Testife ;
Before Utilities Board
On Ann Arbor Case
LANSING, Oct. 5.--(AP)-Charles
M. Miller, Detroit engineer, told the
State Public Utilities Commission to-
day Michigan gas resources are
ample to supply the entire lower pen-
insula with fuel.
Miller, an engineer employed byI
the Independent Natural Gas Pro-
ducers Association of Michigan, testi-
fied at a hearing of the Washtenaw
Gas Company's application for per-
mission to supply its Ann Arbor cus-
tomers with gas piped from Texas.
The association is resisting the appli-
cation, contending the market for
Michigan gas should be expanded.
Miller testified he had conducted
an exhaustive study of Michigan's
gas resocurces that convinced him'
there is an ample reserve. There is
sufficient gas, he asserted, to supply
the city of Detroit and every other
lower peninsula community.
Engineers have disagreed on the
question in the past, some contend-
ing the extent of the state's gas re-
serve has been greatly overestimated.
The Washtenaw Gas Company is
seeking permission to tap a pipe line
from Texas that now supplies the city
The hearing will be resumed to-
morrow. Commission members indi-
cated no decision would be reached
until a fact-finding committee has
completed a report of its studies of
Michigan's natural gas resources.
New Junior High School -
Opened For Inspection
Doors of the Slauson Junior High
School, newest addition to the Ann
Arbor Public School system, will be
opened to the public for general in-
spection Monday night, it was an-
Rollar B. Finley, principal of the
school which was opened for classes
three weeks ago, outlined plans for
the event yesterday. The new build-
ing was constructed at a cost of ap-
TRIED FOR MANSLAUGHTER
BAD AXE, Oct. 5.---P)-Herbert
Wright, 32, Tuesday faced trial for
killing Clement Janke, 21.
NEWS IN BRIEF
convention, would be the winner of
D~enver any such battle.
CHECKING ST. GEORGE-J. y( -
Warren Madden, chairman of the Ci g
National Labor Relations Board, ad- IN TIME OF PEACE - Colonel
vised the American Federation of La- Frank Knox, Republican candidate
bor yesterday against trying to fight for Vice-President last year, de-
the CIO by amending the Wagner scribed as "magnificent" President
Labor Disputes Act. The company Roosevelt's speech here yesterday.
union, Madden told the Federation Y- _
Through College The Faculty German Table which
proved so successful last year, ac-
A prehistoric mastodon, dead at cording to Prof. Henry-W. Nordmeyer,
least 25,000 years, may be instrumen- chairman of the German department,
tal in sending an up-state farm ladI will be reorganized ath12:10 p.m.,
to the University.I Monday, Oct. 11, in the Founider's
The boy is Robert Hughes. The Room of the Michigan Union and
fossil remains were discovered near will continue every week.
the boundary line of his father's farm The luncheon .s an interdepart-
at Assyria Center, 20 miles northeast mental affair for any faculty mem-
of Battle Creek. Because the bones her who is interested in German con-
were found close to an adjoining versation whether he speaks the Ian-
farm, Mr. Hughes immediately called guage or not, Professor Nordmeyer
a lawyer from Hastings to definitely said. The luncheon will be conclud-
establish ownership. The lawyer, in ed in time for 1 o'clock classes.
turn, notified Dr. George M. Ehlers --
of the Museum of Paleontology. Dr.
Ehlers and Mr. Buettner, prepara-
teur, spent the weekend at the site
unearthing the remains and wiring
and taping them for temporary pres-
rehistric Bones Announce Mleeting
May Finance Boy Of German Group
in sTHE BiRTh OF AN IE-im
production plans of Vittorio Musso-
1 lini and Hal Roach encountered legal
tine' difficulties here today when Dr. Re-
nato Senise of Italy filed suit in
W Superior Court, declaring he is the
War criginator of the idea they are fol-
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Tops .......................... 4c
Socks (pr.) .....................3c
Panties ....................7c up
Pajamas ....................10c up
Hose (pr.) ..................... 3c
Individually Done-No Marking
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Careful work at low prices.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Black fountain pen Friday
night between N. Univ. and Liberty
on State. Phone 7859. 70
FOUND: Link brilliants bracelet near
Pretzel Bell. Telephone Morrison,'
at 5017. 66
j When the members of the Museum
(Continued from Page 1) gAll. oints staff arrived on the scene, Mr. Hughes
_ __had erected a sign-"Mastodon-10c
of the Kellogg Anti-War Pact outlaw- MEAT MAKES NEWS- -In Chi- a look." Saturday's receipts had al-
ing war as an instrument of na- cago: Betokeniing possibility of meat ready netted him $78.
tional policy. price declines, the nation's slumping Dr. Ehlers considers this to be one
Regardless of what Mr. Roosevelt livestock markets reflected yesterday of the best and oldest mastodon spec-
may have in mind, observers here the force of consumer resistance tootest andodedinsthenspe
generally considered his address a six-year high butcher shop quota- amens ever discovered in the state
powerful stimulant to present inter- tions. and he hopes that it will eventually
national efforts to forestall threats In New York: A conference be- be brought to the University Mu-
to world peace presented by both the tween Commissioner of Markets Wil- Mr. Hughes intends to sell the fos-
Sino-Japanese crisis and the civil liam Fellowes Morgan, Jr., and rep- sr. Hugesentendme enosg
strife in Spain. resentatives of the Federation of Ko- sil to se mus an mk ogh
_______ she Bucher ened lte estedaymoney to send his son to college.
------------- sher Butchers ended late yesterday Thrmascnss ferbr,
without a settlement of the strike The reains co t o erb,
Classics Professors Ithat has closed 3,000 butcher shops in tusks, shoulder blade, foot bones, ribs,
Atthe _city, andothr _boes _otetuearhed
Speakers At Oxforl In Boston: Protests of thousands ofa hyr
Massachusetts housewives that meat POSTOFFICE VETERAN DIES
prices are soaring beyond reach of William J. Miller, veteran of many
Prof. Campbell Bonner, head of the the family pocketbook last night were years service in the postoffice died
Greek department, and Prof. Henry thrown into the lap of the Federal early yesterday at his home after
A. Sanders of the Latin department government by Gov. Charles F. Hur- I an illness of four months. He was
read papers entitled "The New Hom- ley. 79 years old.
ily of Melite and its Place in Christian - - - - -- - -
!Literature" and "Acti Pauli," respec-
tively, at the Congress of Papyrol-
ogists held at Oxford, August 31 to
Prof. John G. Winter, head of the
Latin department, presided over one
of the sections. Others attending
from the University were Prof. War- :.. .
ren E. Blake of the Greek department 4;:
and Herbert C. Youti of the library I OpP
Representatives totalling 170 at- Vp s
tended the congress from every Euro- Aolph Zukor Preseoedc
SOU T SEA
The firsiflaming :
100 din of the q 6ois}t Civil War! r
oa o r. r
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