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THE MI.CHIGAN DAILY

lC'FcIIl.1Y, DEC. ; . 1337

.T...M.CHIGAN ----A-LY

FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 1937

W T-TH nva They Tie Record For Caesarian, irths

Navy Air Corps

111ursual Operation
To Make Siamese

Roosevelt Vacatns 1France Moves

T ins Of Cousins MIAMI Fla.. Dec. 2.-(i) -The
ForF1yiff__bsfsrasaradi aroundthe re-
WASHFINGJON. Dec. 2.-()-- mote dry Tortugas Islands 300 miles
J__hnMeASHINTONnerc. 26 yeas d.southwest of here attracted Presi-
John Melvin Bonner, 16 years old,? dent Roosevelt, vacationing aboard
To seniors who await graduation I and Clara Howard, his 13-year-old IetheyachtPotmactfor th ohrd
with misgivings, and juniors who look cousin. will be joined together sur-' yacht Potomac, for the third
for an avocation, the United States gically within a few weeks. traight day today.
1 ! Secretary James Roosevelt, tine of
Naval Reserve Air Corps offers a solu- A Washington surgeon, it was dis- seven guests in the party, reported in
Lion that commands interest. Gov closed today, plans the operation to a radio message that the fishing was
men rounwork fora ins inten- restore the girl's skin, burned badly still excellent.
a year ago. Dr. Robert E. Moran,
sive groundwork for commercial fly- ;will connect the two bodies by an
ing, if you are lucky cnough to get 18-inch tube of skin extending down Eleanor Hoim's Loquacity
into the naval training corps. one side of each. They will remain Climaxed By Divorce Suit
If you can manage to complete your that way, with their blood circulatoryf
sophomore year with a clear record, systems connected, for five weeks. . LOS ANGELES, Dec. 2.-O)-The'
are over five feet, six inches in height, loquacity of Eleanor Holm, swimmer,
weigh 132 pounds or more, are per-: KEand showman Billy Rose in telling
feet physically, and are at least 20 MILKMAN TESTIFIES the world they wanted to marry each
years of age, you have completed the MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 2.-(1)-A other reached a climax today when
first requirements necessary to enter milkman's sensational story that Arthur L. Jarrett filed suit to divorce.
the Navy's training corps. However, George "Bugs" Moran, former Chi- Miss Holm.
beyond that the road becomes much cago gang chief, threatened more Jarrett. orchestra leader, charged
more difficult to travel, than a year ago to "bump off" Pat- that his "wife's conduct with another'
The curriculum of the aircraft rick J. Corcoran climaxed a session man has caused him to be held up to
training begins with a thirty-day pri- of the coroner's inquest today public scorn and open contempt."
mary course, usually conducted in-
the summer. After the completion
of the flight training, the successful MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS and
student may be assigned to a regular;
naval air squadron for any period upALL SUPPLIES and REPAIRS
to three ,years. During this time theA L S PLE n EAR
government pays a salary to the stu-
dent, instead of the usual educational!*
arrangement.
At the conclusion of the entire
training course, the student is award- 533 East Liberty Phone 6011
ed an ensign commission in the U.S.
Navy, and receives a cash bonus of--- --
$1,500. Thereafter the student will be
affiliated with a naval reserve avia-I
tion base.
For those who are interested in this
training, further information can beI
obtained by writing The Command-j
ing Officer, U. S. Naval Reserve Avia-
tion Base, Grosse Ile, Mich. li1111 iZ_ I ( L [ ') .' Ii'

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To Cuib Reich
Delbos seeks Collective
Security In Settlement
(Continued from Page 1)
was said to be pushing as a "littlc
League of Nations" for Europe.
The plan generally was considered
little to French liking as its member-
ship--Britain, France, Germany,
Italy, Belgium, Poland and the Little
Entente would exclude Soviet Rus-
sia, France's ally.
Delbos will go from Poland to Ru-
mania, where he will stay until Dec.
11. He will spend two days in Yugo-
slavia and three in Czechoslovakia,
leaving for Paris Dec. 18. His find-
ings will be submitted to the British
Cabinet.

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The American record for Caesarian births was tied when Mrs. Isabel
Barr(tl, '35, of Chicago delivered her fifth, a boy, by the surgical method.
The children are shown above (left to right): Therese, 11; Maurice, Jr.,
10; Alif, 12; and John, 6. In England the record for such operations
performed on one waman is seven.

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To Be eler's Topic
Dr. Bernard Heller, director of Hill-
el, will speak on the "Spirit of Cha
nukah" at 8 p.m. tonight at services
at the Hillel Foundation.
Bernard S. Rubiner, '39, will be the'
cantor and Mrs. Moritz Levi, wife of
Professor Emeritus Levi, will be
hostess for the social following the
service.

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