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THEIFMITCHIGIAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOV. 30, 1937

[,n' fB4 Visit West Virginia Ilomcsteaders

ASME To Hear Lecture Change Suggested
N-- WT N ~ i~~ On 'Rdianee Of Locks' In English Journal
NEIk IN' BR EFJ The American Society of Mechani-
cal Engineers will meet at 7:30 p.m. A change in the administrative set-
today in the Union. Maxwell C. up of the council controlling the
Maxwell, assistant to the President policy of the English Journal and
sails today on the Queen Mary for of the Yale and Towne Manufactur- g
a business trip to London. ing Co., will speak. aggressive action on the part of the
MORE THAN 60,000 DEER and the Twenty alleged members of an in- Mr. Maxwell will talk on "Loxol- council toward making the college
ternational narcotics-smuggling syn- ogy-The History and Romance of edition of the Journal more appeal-
lives of 12 hunters dicate operating out of Shanghai, Locks and Their Manifacture." ing to instructors was suggested yes-
exacted by Michigan's 1938 deer China were seized 'yesterday in simul terday by Prof. Paul Mueschke of
hunting season which closed yester- toneous raids by 60 Federal agents. JANIT __UNONT__ EET_ te E yg Prof PaM usk.
day. From the sportsmen's stand- Certain New York customs agents, JANITOR UNION TO MELT I the English department.
dy., itisrsaid the sao n's ond- it was said, engaged in the conspiracy A meeting of the University Jani- Professor Mueschke also presented
of te mst sucdesasn years. Ten and provided customs stamps for get- tors' Union will be held at 7 p.m. to- his program at the meeting in Buf-
of the most successful in years. Tnting" trunks of narcotics into New day at Unity Hall, Don Reynolds, falo last week of the National Coun-
thousand more deer were killed than York. president, announced yesterday. cil of English Teachers.
last year. Other animals slain by the__

sportsmen included 100 bears, one
bull moose. Wolves, coyotes, wildcats
and foxes were bagged in unestimated
numbers.
Tacit and surly Anthony Cheba-
toris, bank robber, heard sentence of
death pronounced upon him yester-
day by Judge Arthur J. Tuttle. He
will be hanged next July 8 at the
Fideral Detention Farm at Milan
Chebatoris thus becomes the first
man doomed to die under the new
National Bank Robbery Act-the sec-
ond white man's execution in Mich-
igan history
Failure of the Michigan Public Util-
ities Commission to follow the lead
of the Federal Communications Com-
mission in lowering long-distance tel-!
ephone rates has resulted in the loss
of hundreds of thousands of dollars
to Michigan business men, the De-
troit Free Press charged yesterday
in a front page articie.
New York

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May We Suggest

For

Today's

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LUNCHEON
39c
Broiled Lake Trout Creole C
Potato or Vegetable
Rolls or Bread
Salad or Dessert
Coffee Tea
DINNER
415c
Roast Lamb and Mint Jelly Co
Potato and VegetableF
Salad or Dessert
Rolls or Bread
Coffee Tea

Z9C
ream Cheese and Nut
Sandwich
Soup
Milk
39c
rred Beef and Cabbage
Potato or Vegetable
Milk

Mrs. Fr anklin D. Roosevelt and Mrs. James H. R. Cromwell (left),
the former Doris Duke, smiled happily when they were enthusiastically
greeted by ettlers at the Tygart homesteadt near Elkins, W. Va. Mrs.
Cromwell, known as the "world's richest girl" wore a Russian mink
coat over a knit dress, and the first lady was clad in a tweed suit with

brown sable neckpiece. ELY CULBERTSON'S MARRIAGE
partnership will be dissolved, but not
the business partnership--Culbert-
Senate Balks iss Tinker Among sons, Inc.-which nets him and his
wife$100,000 or more annually, Cul-
A Pl T Ceri Women bertson said last night.
11)11 A 1 ", Si "I have lost a grand slain doubled,"
ield s lagSpiesi the noted bridge expert commented.
1 ad BuiiidmFMrs. Culbertson is en route to Cali-
Continued from Page 1) fornia by boat and will seek a divorce
(decree in Reno while her husband
(Continued from Page 1) probably became suspicious because
she was a white woman traveling
such authorizations for the fiscal year in Chinese clothes.
19I igha Comissioner Murray D. No detailed information about the
Van Wagoner protested today, in a matter has been received here, Mr.
formal statement and in telegrams to! Tinker stated, although mention was I
members of the Michigan delegation made of it in a letter received here
in Congress, President Roosevelt's yesterday. She probably does not dare
proposal to lop $200,000,000 from fed- write more at present, for fear of
eral aid for road building purposes. getting into trouble in the letter cen-
Enactment of the President's pro- sos, he said.
gram, Van Wagoner said, would mean Miss Tinker is a graduate of the I
a 50 per cent reduction in federal University in the class of 1933, and
appropriations for Michigan high- she also took work at Michigan State
ways, beginning with the next fiscal Normal at Ypsilanti. After her grad-
year. uation, she did work on the Univer-
The Commissioner criticized the sity Museum collection of Chinese
President's proposal as imposing a textiles. This collection is the larg-
"special penalty" upon Michigan "be-, est in the United States and had not
cause most of the states have lagged been touched before, since its dona-
behind" in participating in the fed- tion to the University in 1885.
eral aid program of highway con- She is expected to remain in China S
struction. Other states, Van Wagoner three months longer before returning
said, "have only themselves to blame." home.

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$595. Perfect condition. Deluxe
heater, radio, clock, oversize oil
bath. Call 8840 today, 7-10 p.m
Graduate student must sacrifice
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