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THE MICHIGAN DAILY -T:

E SDAY, OCT. 26, 1931

CIO And AFL
EndSpadework
Of Conference
Spokesmen Rush Through
Necessary Preliminaries
For Action On Unity
(Continued from Page 1)
Shall organizational work follow the
lines of craft unionism espoused by
the Federfation (that is a separate
union for each trade within an in-
dustry) or the industrial unionism
of the CIO (one big union for all em-
ployes in a single industry?)
Martin And Lewis Meet
WASHINGTON, Oct. 25.-(AP)--
John L. Lewis, chairman of the Com-
Mittee for Industrial Organization,
and Homer Martin, president of the
United Automobile Workers, discussed
today: the auto union's announced
campaign to organize all workers in
Ford Motor Company plants.
Martin said afterward "We just
got started talking" and will con-
tinue tomorrow.
"We discussed a lot of things, in-
cluding aircraft," he added.
(The UAW has been organizing air-
craft as well as automobile workers).

Canadian University Gives Hull Degree

Renew Pirate
Raids As War
Threat Looms
FrancO fakes Vigorous
Action As Two Vessels
Are Raided By PlanesI

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Scientists May S
To SpinNew'
ROCHESTER, N.Y...Oct. 25.-(/)Ia
Discovery of a new control over fun-I-
damental processes of life in plants
and animals-which may even give!
man power to direct the course ofl
his own future evolution-was an-
nounced today before the National;

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Academy of Sciences.
(Continued from Page ) This newest advance of science to-t
ported three Italian tri-motored ward understanding and control of
bombers had been shot down in an somes, te "threads of life" which
attempt to raid Barcelona. control inheritance, in living cells.j
A Valencia defense ministry com- Dr. Albert F. Blakeslee, geneticists
munique said papers found in the of the Carnegie Institution of Wash-!
wreck of one of the bombers proved ington's laboratory at Woods Hole,
Mass., told members of the academy,
they were Italian and came from the that he can change the number of
island base at Mallorca. them at will in plants with a chem-'
Frontier reports said the Aragon ical called colchicine.j
line extending more than 100 miles Merely Sprays Plants
south from the French border to By merely spraying the plants, or
thelZaunchangsector remained ion dipping them into a solution of the
tualy nchnge flloingblodychemical the number of chromo-
infantry battles near the Pyrenees somes in thousands of cells is doubled
and an artillery duel at Zuera, 15ante asbeo etldi
miles north of Zaragoza. t e ent in appearance and behavior.
Insurger declared thath gover Fruits and vegetables are made larg-
ment counter attacks on the north
Aragon, front had been repulsed and er and better.
their troops in the Sabinanigo sec- New forms of plants never seen in
tor had moved into the uplands east nature have been created by this
of the Hermitage of San Pedro under method, Dr. Blakeslee declared. New
an artillery barrage. kinds of vegetables, flowers and fruits
Generalissimo Francisco Franco an and will be created' he added.
was reported moving heavy forces of This method apparently has been
Italian and Moroccan troops into nature's method of evolution for cen-
Zaragoza province after the conquest turies, the Carnegie Institution scien-
of northwestern Spain. tist said, but now man can improve
on nature.
Not Tried On Animals
TO ADDRESS MERCHANTS Whether the same method can be
The retail merchants' division of used on the chromosomes of animals,
the Ann Arbor Chamber of Com- including man, is not yet known
merce will hear an address Thurs- since it has not been tried. However,
day noon by Harry Slavin, general these threads of life, each of which
counsel for the Michigan Unemploy- carries many genes or inheritance
ment Compensation Commission. i factors, are similar in all plants and

001! Be Abc McCrea Holds
Threads Of Life Marriage Law
animals and the method may prove Starts O ct. 29
workable. geneticists said.
It is not lkcly that a race of "sup- DETROIT, Oct. 25-(A-ProseCU-
ermen" will be created in the near tor Duncan C. McCrea held today that
future, they added, but it has been
found that he reproductive cells of:Michigan's new "medical certificate"
animals ca~i be ma:?nipulated in many marriage license law does not become
other ways. operative until Friday, and that
Seeks U.S. Aid couples applying before that date can
Dr.Blaesle hs areay po-secur licenses wihout the prescribed
Dr'. Blakeslee haes already ,pro- dotrssaeet
posed that the United States De-dthstne m,"
partmnent of Agriculture cooperatel The new law, McCrea held, "does
with the Ctrnegie Institution to use not become operative until Oct. 29,
the method in developing new and, and it is evident that marriage appli-
better' agli:ulturaI products. cations may be received up to and in-
Tette c airt oX roduhcesindou cluding Oct. 28 without the filing of
The olfects of colchicine in daub-mdclerfcas"
._ medical certificates."
ling the number of chromosomes
may also prove to be a new clue in
solving the mystey of life itself. Read The Daily Classifieds

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,- Associated Press Photo
The University of Toronto conferred an honorary degree on U.S.
Secretary of State Cordell Hull (left). He is shown at Government
House at Toronto with, Lord Tweedsmuir (center), governor-general of
Canada, and Herbert A. Bruce, lieutenant-governor of Ontario.

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