THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, JAN. 27,
Little Resistance Is Met
By Franco's Columns
Disaster On Lake
CHEBOYGAN. Mich., Jan. 26-P
-Five Coast Guardsmen limped into
Cheboygan today with a vivid story
of how they stood off death in a dis-
English Adapt I
To New Chaos
Bruce Lockhart Views
Ciange In Character
Plmys In S'weethiarts'
While Jeanette MacDonald was
singing one of her pieces in the film
"Sweethearts." recently showing here,
the man at the piano may hsve looked
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chink in Franco's arc of siege had ae n
been filled and the command was Lake Huron.
given for the besiegers to converge on TheBfive
the heart of the city. Bois Blanc I
The metropolis was gay with the en adrift on
red and gold banners of Insurgent at Detour, n
Spain when the Insurgents took over, that the fish
The flags, the old monarchial colors,
had been hastily hung from windows-
and balconies. Georgi
The troops took their posts
throughout the city. An Insurgent ATLANTA
Government took office. The high now, Mr. Fai
command ordered all workers to re- A Georgia1
turn to -their regular employment to- mittee is we:
morrow. penses by r
Gas, electricity and water services penny postc
shut off or curtailed several days ago cent stampe
were being restored. Ito job applic
ice-crusted ifewat on
set out Tuesday from
Island in a 36-foot open
search for three fisher-
an ice floe. They put in
ich., where they learnid
ermen had been rescued.
a Saves Pennies
, Jan. 26.-(/P)--How
legislative economy com-
ighing a plan to cut ex-
equiring officials to use
ards, instead of three-1
d letters when replying
(Continued from Page 2) strangely familiar to some in the
(C--_n__d__r_ ---- audience. That man was Dalies
,n foreign affairs are rarely very ,Frantz, who, in 1933-34, taught piano
"lear-cut, and in the case of recent in the School of Music.
diplomatic events they are extremely Mr. Frantz graduated from the
confusing. In general, he said, the School of Music in 1930. After teach-
feeling is that Munich resulted in a ing for one year, he established head-
"peace one may be glad of, but not quarters in New York
very proud of."
The divisions that the appeasement L
policy has. engendered do not follow ighted Highway Opened
lass or party lines but cut across. DETROIT, Jan. 26.--1P'-A 66-
every phase of national life. Mr. iesrth flihe iha e
ockhart divided English opinion in mile stretch of lighted highway be-
Lockhartdivdenenglis divisions. tween the Michigan-Ohio line and
-hree broad and generalizedd o Pontiac on US-24 was thrown open
Thre are those, he said, who are to the motoring public today.
willing to fight any time tangible -
Hague's Acts H(ld
Illegal By Ruling
PHILADELPHIA, Jan, 26 --aP)-
The U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
held today that Mayor Frank Hague
and his Jersey City police violated
the fundamental law of the nation
in denying the right of free assem-
blage to the Committee for Indus-
trial Organization, the Civil Lier-
ties Union and other groups.
In a 2 to 1 decision, the. court up-
held the decree of Federal District
Judge William Clark
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"(a) All academic credits will be
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S. W. Smith, Vice-President
English interests are infringed upon,
or to protect the Empire. Another
group consists of people, not con-
^erned about the Empire as such, but
willing to fight for the preservation
,f democracy everywhere, and con-
tending that the preservation of
democracy in the world is vital for
the preservation of the British sys-
tem. A third group, consisting of un-
shakable pacifists and some elder
statesmen are not willing to take up
arms for any reason or cause what-
If aggression continues, Mr. Lock-
hart feels, a point will be reached
in which the first two groups will
find themselves united. The British,
he said, are not a "decadent people,"
nor are they oblivious to the existing
dangers to their continued existence.
At a time of national crisis, Mr.
Lockhart is certain that the English
will respond in the same Spontaneous
fashion that has characterized them
in the past.
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