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WAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATTUEPAT, JAN. ZZ 138

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Police Probe
Plot To Bomb
Jajnallese Ship
.13,onb Deziogued'lo Wrreck
Liiier iy-e Narti Found
L ene athiSeattle Iier
SEATTLE, Jan. 21.-(-/Pk--A power..
Sul bomb, fashioned for an asserted
attempt; to blow up the Japanese liner
Hiye Maru, was found beneath a
Seattle pier today and police began
investigating reported ramifications
of the unsuccessful plot.
The bomb yielded 369 sticks of 60
per cent dynamite, 28 fuses and a
time-firing device. An expert said it
contained enough explosive to blast a
hole five or six feet in diameter in
the ship's hull.
A preliminary examination indi-
cated water leaking into the bomhb's
covering-a suitcase-stopped the
time device when the contact hand
was only one-eighth of an inch from
the firing position.
Mild-mannered Rolphe Forsyth, 27,
former Canadian schxoolmaster who
drowned apparently rafter swimming
and pushing the bomb into position
alongside t he ship, was described by
acquaintances as one who "abhorred
war, brutality and killin~g."
George Partridge, 22, Vancouver,
B. C., laborer who admitted taking
part in the plot, stuck to his story
that Forsyth promised him $1,000 for
the job and iuz,,ited "Oriental inter-
ests" would supplr~y the money.
In Vancouver, Chief Constable W.
W. Foster md public a statement by
Partridge's fathecr, Williamn, a barber,
ascserting tha t George had told hime
about the plot three weeks ago.
Informally taking cognizance of
the statemntdf Chinese Consul Gen-
eral C. C. Huang in San Francisco
said he had no knowledge of any pro-
posals to bomb ships carrying scrap
metal to Japan.

Senlte Cormmittee Approves Court. Ap1)illtment Of Reed

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A 4, n;te judiciary sub-committee voted unanimous alpproval of the nomination of Solicitor -6'eieral
Stanley Reed for Justice on the Supreme Court. Shown at the hearing, left to right: Sen. M. M. Logan,
of .Kentucky; Reed, and Sen. Frederick Van Nuys of Indiana.

UJAW Meeting Eje'Cts
Nyoriiii i4 r 111Aide
LANSING, Jan. 21.- (I P) --Seth
Whitmore, secretary of the Lansing
Public Forum, said he was ejected to-
night from a United Automobile
Workkers of America hall when he
tried to distribute handbills adver-
tising a meeting to be addressed by
Norman Thomas, socialist leader, and
Noel Seidman.
Whitrnore said representatives of
the Forumn had been denied permis-
siont to announce the forthcoming
talks by 'Thomas and Seidinan at the
UAWA meeting, so hie attempted to
pass out the cireulars. He said the
handbills were confiscated.
Whitmore said he and others would
pass out more handbills outside the
union ha]l tomorrow.

Faculty M-cinhers ,
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Go o conve-11tioiis
Two mnembers of the 'University
faculty will attend the annual meet-,
ing of the American Council of
Learned Societies next Friday and
Saturday, Jan. 27 and 28 in New York
City.
Prof. Campbell Bonner, hecad of the
Greek department, will attend as a
delegate of the American Pilologica~l
Society and Prof. Roy W. Sellar's as a
member of the advisory council of,
the American Council of Learned So-
cie.ties.
Attending the. Amer ican Society of'
Chemical Engineers' convention in
New York this week mare Prof. H-enry

C. Higgs of the civil engineering de-
pal"tment, xvho was recently elected
pr esident of the society; Prof. Robert
1-1. Sherlock of the ; ivil engineering#
department, and Prof. Edward L.
Eriksen of t-he engineering mechanics
department.

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LAUNDRY
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.I
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ROOMMATE wanted for graduate
engine1er student. 737 Packard. Ph.
2-2:31. 308
TYPIN'G; neatly and accurately dlone.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. 3x
VIOLA, STEIN, 706 Oakland. Phone
63;27. Experienced typist. Reason-
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CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical 'instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304. 2xs
FOR RENT
ROOM for one student. Small. quiet
house. Comfortable, well-heated,
well furnished. Phone 4489.
SINGLE ROOM one block from cam-
pus. $3.50 per week. 503 E. Liberty.
309
VACANCY in double room for grad-
uate or undergraduate girl. King's
League House. 818 Lincoln. Phone
2-2117. 310
ROOM FOR MEN:Large, Wneat, at-
tractive. Single or double. Private
home. 601 Catherine. Phone 2-3653,
306
SINGLE ROOM. Private bath. 911,
Forest. Phone 8169. 303 1

MEN iSTl i)ENTS : Fr out(ldable wit I i
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ROOM for bousiness woman, Close. to
cam pu:s, hospital, Nicely furlushed.1
Private home1. 407 E. Kingsley, 7825.1
305
ROOMS;: Large and well furnished,
Excellent location. Steam heat.
Reasonable. 432 S. Division. Phone
4929. 302
SINGLE or double room. Large, light
and warm. 4 minutes from campus.
Reasonable. 214 Packard St. 301
GIRLS ROOMS in approved league
house, 3 singles and 1 double. 102$1
Church. Phone 6548. 299
FIV E -ROOM apartment, private
ybath, hleat and water furnished. 727
Miller Ave. Phone 2-2358. 298
SUITE for 2 students, graduates pre-
ferred. Near Law Club. Quiet, run-
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300
FOR 3 MEN, suite with private bath
and shower. Also large double with
adjoining lavatory. Steam heat,
bath, shower. Phone 8544. 422 E.
Washington. 295
F~OR SALE
11FORMAL : Red cr~epe, black and silverr
jacket, size 14 to 16. Reasonable.1
1308 Geddes, Apt. 1. Call Saturday 1
P.M. 311.
TUXEDO, size 36. Good condition.
Only worn twice. Very reasonable.
SPhone 8974. Dick Morton. 277

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