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May 04, 1946 - Image 6

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Alcatra z True1Offero
Is Rejected by Wk itrdei"014
Rioting Contin ties A,- setj ic~ii
Refue TSurrnde ( unsA mmunilio




Bly The A"Oiated Press
SAN FRANCISCO, May 3_- Fear-
crazed Alcatraz convicts, p)ounded for
more than 24 hours wi h rifle and
grenade fire, asked "Wicko n.. A.
Johnston today for a truce.
The convicts telephioned (le
"We want to make a deal,'' ,hey
Warden Replies
Warden Johnston -replied:
"We'll make a deal when you throw
out your guns and ammunition."
The telephone clicked. At 7:40 p.m.
EST there had been no word from the
trapped men.
Major Albzert Arsenault, Marine
public relations officer, returned from
the island this afternoon and told
reporters of the truce offer.
Stte CEd a a oil'
Will Face Rise
In Enrollments
Keniston TIo Address
Meeting a Ypsilanti
Two University faculty menbers
will speak at the spring meeting of
the Michigan College Association
Tuesday in Charles McIKenney Hall,
Ypsilanti, in an effort; to solve thw
'current enrollment demna nds prb -
Dean Hayward Keniston of the lit-
erary college will speak on the topic,
"A Better Disribution of Students
in Michigan Colleges"
The subject was discussed at a
preliminary meeting of represen ta-
tives from high schools and colleges
throughout the state here last Fri-
Urge Junior Colleges
In order to solve the problem of
overcrowding in the state's larger
educational institutions, the confer-
ence recommended that students be
encouraged to attend smaller colleges
and that boards of education
throughout the state set up new jun-
ior colleges. These colleges are al-
ready being contemplated in Battle
Creek and Benton Harbor.
The announcement by Michigan
State College that it can accept no
new women students was cited as evi-
dence of the need for redistribution.
Gale To Speak
Dr. Esson M. Gale, director of the
International Center will also speak
at the morning session of the con-
ference. He will discuss "Admission
of Foreign Students to Michigan Col-
Afternoon speakers will include Dr.
Bruce Raymond, chief of the Vet-
erans' Administration education and
training division, James D. MacCon-
nell 'of the United States Office of
Education and the Rev. Kearney
Krikby, director of Christian educa-
tion of the Michigan Council of
41 Manuscripts
Are Submitted
For Hopwoods
Thirty-eight contestants have sub -
mitted 41 manuse4pts to the 1946
Avery and Jule Hopwood contest for
creative writing, according to Prof.
Roy W. Cowden, director of the
H-opwood Awards.
Manuscripts for the contest were
submitted in four categories: drama,
essay, fiction and poetry. ntries
this year fll below last y~a's ecir
of 45 contestants and 59 manuscripts.
In the major contest, which is open
to seniors and graduate students, the
number of manuscripts submitted
equaled last year's record in every
field except fiction. There were three
entries in the field of drama, two in

essay and four in poetry both years
while nine entries in fiction surpasses
last year's seven manuscripts.
Entries in the minor contest, open
to qualified undergraduates, included
one in drama, two in essay, 12 in
fiction and eight in poetry.

Major Arsenault sa idithe1ware
way, be.om~ting wriediut abit I 0 oz-
b+,jnl; el d 'trndcr ,;(rya id tj(,ytma-
Mav~1jor Arsenau~tllt s uid IHull. Warrant
SOfice 1i(~Clilurles .i LB'wkcner. of Min-
phi' , 'Tenn., had vt Ii nteredl to try
HIllou11nt211( iii rof, 6driled Ithree
holes withl<.n Ps ric hiel-, and
1uixci ~'d an a iti-t« ntk ,r tio oi
Convicts f&,ec em
''llcti1ei Itt ine of the cn-
vicftl5screamrt thn uihl-) lt 111i. 'hirt
le ihoad a rile *ltat 111r I'i V. tnj
Mi+i~t'5'ieArt as. l, .ti ltlnei
pati ic ct(' t(.t,i.Vtt 'tan \l 0hld
tI Hlie 8ilta r ;aaaitl trpehe at,
l ic dropt(1J1n(150 uofI a~n.
'ii c Marine Majot said as far ais
lie knew there had been no firing
since around 1 o'clock.
Ile said an assistant warden had
Lehiliilli ebeliev(] e twconvicts stili
holdiiwot, n thIle cell bloc -which
h e st imlat'd at '14-- till h ad a bcit
.3,00rotuiid; of al li iitilii.
Om i;rt, iQuiet'
1k' ,slid iwI n'1ud beta1 ttoldlthe riot
f irst, Lst ii xvlai'ita eet vot reached
out frtairIi!; rtell atnd hla'skd a i rard
11 touttt bthe rock withita aaptelr's
Ti- qiaire, jiilitl a Iii close ad
riippig t11it kys fromt his belt.
Aidldby c ointt~aiMaio a'volni-
tet;-, p iin Loll (di k, j.t5 (kl'ed they
woul be'blto ta Lke o(We~t'hIe blrics
]'coi'nithIte svil. rrrrra1iui ti ptiuaes ''~t
any tiie.''
But for tWeLinn.-being alominous1
quiet settled on the glowering Federal
penitentiary in San Francisco Bay.
Chicago Radio Fans~
Hear U"'Cf-radinates
The Chicagoairadio-listenr, spinn-
ing his dial, in search of the 11 p.m.
newscast, can hardly help but hear
the v-lice of a Michigan 'graduate.
Over station WMAQ Myrn Wal--
lace, '40, is heard. Duane Nelson, '40,
(known as Bill Duane) givs the
latest reports onl WBBM, while WGN1
features Ward1 Qua, '41,
(Contnued fromt Page 4)
The English Journal Club will meet
Tuesday evening, May 7, at 7:45 in
the East Conference Roomn of the
Rackham Building. Mr. James V.
Baker will speak on "Coleridge and
the Road to Finnegan's Wake." A
general discussion an i refreshments
will follow.
Three One-Act Plays will be pre-
sented by Play Production of thel
Depart ment of Spech Monday even-
ing, 8:00 p.m., in tie Lydia Mendel-
sohln Theatre. Admnissin free to thet
l )ublih. Advance studnts in dramatics!
vill dtirect and Asage the offerings,
which include "Girls Must Talk," by'
Paul Gantt, "The Neighbors" by
Zcna Gale, and ''1ii Hehearsal,'' byj
Christ opher Morley Tickets may bej
obtained at th hi't laie box office
Monday from 10:00 to 8:00.
Iliawathia Club; A reoranization
meetinug of the hliawatha Club will be
held il the Unions Wednesday, May 3,
at 8:0t0 p.m. All nviale sidaents fromt
the Upperil 1'iiii.tli aetrgd to
at teind.
Interniationail (enter: Due to the
May Festival. there wil be no Sun-
day cvening program this week. Te
series of Sunday evening programs
will be resumed on Sunday, May 12.
The picnic scheduled for today has

been postponed until May 11.
Veterans' Wives Club will mneet~
Monday. Ma-y 6, t 7:30 pirn., in thej
R ussian Tea Room of the Mi~hhian'
Lcaue. All «ivC5s of student Vet elans
arze cor-dially inv'it ed,

0D1R tC TO R-c'oi.It.Nor-
man Schw~art~kopft, fomer head
of New Jersey State piolice, has
been organizintg and directinlg
tr~ii-mig of the ir. Ain urtlontij
PR 1WO futce.

Imau d~urinig a visit to tte wcioolis ive~toa t am~

A% 1 D F 0 R. P U C I L I S T- Timme Vogel (left), applies
ice to his brother's shiner as their mother, Mrs. R. W. Vioiel,
looks on during boxing contest at Annapolis, Md

U P S W ,E E P - Comedienne
Judy Canova designed this coif-
fure, with spring flowers, as an
upsweep to end all upsweeps.

S A F E TY EV IC E Peter aker is "chained" to his
machine at SKF; factory in Philadelphia. When the press descends,
cords attached to wristbands pull hands out of harm's way If
the operator fails to act quickly.

V AR DA M AN AND W1IFE-~Commodore and Mrs.
James K. Vardaman chat at Washington, D. C., after the com-.
mnodore was sworn in as federal reserve, board member.',

8 E A U T 1 E S ..- Queen of
the Tulsa University yearbook,
Dede Dietrich (bottom), Fort
Smith, Ark., poses with runners-
up (reading upward from Miss
Dietrich), Mary Lou Fallen, Wa-'
vita Hale, Evelyn Davis, Eunice
Know land and June Love.>'

R E L I E F T R A 1 N -- The first relief train crosses the iGreek-Yugoslav frontier with UNRXRA
flour and army rations from the United States for 'Yugoslavs in southern Macedonia who are short
of food and cut off from their ports of supply. Note the barbed wire frontier barrier with Yugoslav
children (left) and Greek youngsters (right) on opposite sides.,

C A R T E R - Movie starlet
Mary Tharp wears- her "wolf.
bait" garter, made by braiding
the wearer's hairsf

Veterans' and Citizen's Housing
Committee QesIonare"

! wont to build or buy during the year,
single dwelling
two-family dwelling
~~~~multiple dwelling, with aatmns



I do (do not) have the necessary finances.

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