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September 26, 1939 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-09-26

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Y, SEPT. 26, 1939

Young Mother Acqxitted In Slaying Of 10-Week-Old Infant

Issue Hopwood Bulletin Foun tin Pens
For the first time the Hopwoods
committee has issued a bulletin to IDER'S
furnish outsiders information about 302 S. State St.
the annual contest. Resembling the
bulletins published by other schools Typewriters
on campus, the announcement has a_ -
blue cover and contains a report on
past contests and statements of regu- Try A Want-Ad My Lad
lations governing this year's contest.__
Real Home Cooking
Main Dining Room Second Floor
PECIALS al your
50c Kolynos Tooth Paste 39c
100 Aspirin Tablets. . 29c
35c Vicks Vapo-Rub 29c
50 Haliyer Capsules . . .......79c
50c Calox Tooth Powder .......... 39c
75c Listerine...................59e
$1.00 Fitch's Shampoo ...........89c
Woodbury's S ap ...........3 for 25c
Cold Fudge Hot Chocolate
Sundae ... 12c and Wafers . 1Oc
Delicious Milk Shake
Iand Sandwich.......
340 South State Street
Phone 3534 Delivery Service

Velma Baker Fink (right), 22, of Clyde, Ohio, is shown as she was consoled by her brother Edwin (left)
and her father, Oren Baker, after a jury at Fremont, O., acquitted her of first degree murder charges in the
death of her 10-week-old baby boy by reason of insanity. Judge A. V. Baumann said she would be taken to
the State Hospital for Criminal Insane for a sanity test.
twice after midnight when Ann Arbor
'Joe" College .ande rs Cm High School students joined tne fra-
Mefore ichiganState Game Lastf allsrioting grew in size, but
diminishedin damaging power.
Ann Arbor Police Ready a small demonstration at several van-
As St e A -- t age points about Ann Arbor. Four Schlenke s
freshmen interviewed in the Union S g st
First Football Rally lobby yesterday seemed to think TOOL
By JAY MCCORICK there were at least possibities. CHEST. . .
Two years ago they picked the town Stanford H. Stone, '43, asked *hat NEEDS..
fire engine up, carried it over tonthe his views on the subject of pre-game STUDENTS,
side n Liberty St., threw the fire riots were, replied "The more hell, there's no sense
sidewalk on Lbry th., hrerrierfi"
extinguisher into the fire, let the air the m ei!" in fumbling
out of the tires and went merrily on. ares Irattn '4,saaroundthe
their ways to further revelry--and anything. I think it's a swell idea, house looking
tear .gas. Last year they found the because it does a lot to help class fogottos
Michgan Latre ced and ed and school spirit." Concerning the for lost tools.
Michigan Theatre closed and locked, use of tear gas by police, Pratt said, Our tool island has everything
so Joseph College and his brethren "I don't think so much of that. I've you desire at the right prices.
wended P-Bell-wards. experienced tear gas, and I don't want Never borrow tools - buy 'em.
on Oct. 7, 1939 Michigan plays any more of it." You really save money.
Michigan State Agriculture College HryAdro,'3 snts CHLENKER
a game of football, and unless other- ready for the bonfire bust, but will
wise announced, there will be a pep take part, probably not actively. "I'd HARDWARE CO.
meeting at Hill Auditorium Friday ( follow along with the gang, more for
night, Oct. 6. . _ spirit's sake than for anything else,"





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