THVRSDAV, JANUTARY 16, 1900
THIE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Is Mighty Joe Young on the
his was the big question when
a telephone was discovered miss-
'ing from the wall of 102 South
Wing. The crime was discovered
at 8 a.m. yesterday by Prof. L. B.
Kiddie of the romance language
department, who uses the room as
an office. The thief had evidently
gained admittance by. prying open
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"ObVIOUSLY great strength
was used to rip the phone, cord
and all, from the wall," Prof.
He suggested the intruder had
been driven to violence in a fit of
frustrated anger at finding such
meager returns in a professor's
'a"The culprit is definitely not
Spanish student" deduced the
professor, as his large collection
of Spanish grammars had been
"My colleagues have even ac-
cused .me of stealing the phone
rmyself so they couldn't contact
me," Prof. Kiddle added.
Psychologists remain baffled as
to a motive for the crime. "Maybe
he could set up an extension in
his basement" was one answer to
Mighty Joe Young was suggested
by several as a prime suspect in
the case- The large ape, who gained
prominence in a recent film, has
een. . cited before on similar
charges. At present his where-
abouts are unknown.
"The case bears definite evi-
dence of ape-like passion" said
Michael Lamb, '52, amateur psy-
iVaybe, one student musingly
suggested, Ann Arbor police ought
to assign a man to each phone for
To Offer Class
Experts who are concerned with
the growing problem of the cause
and prevention of open-air pollu-
tion will attend a special, non-
otedit training course to be given
byr the Schdol of Public Health on
}eb. 6, 7, and 8.
course represents a pioneer at-
te since this will be the first
i1e tchat ° .r "polluition experts
from differeht states will gather
together on a University campus
to compare and discuss their prob-
lems and findings.
The purpose of the training
course will be to discuss the cause
of industrial and non-industrial
sorces of air pollution, the meas-
ures by which these pollutions are
inyestigated, and the procedures
by which air pollution can be con-
While any person interested may
enroll for the course, it is intended
rimarily .for public officials, in-
dustrial chemists, health officers
and physicians, industrial hygiene
personnel, and sanitary engineers.
Cam pus' Will
"Campus," new pictorial maga-
zine, will make its debut Feb. 8,
according to Al Forman, '50, edi-
"It wiill feature student and
faculty profiles, sports, social
events and the human interest
side of University life," Forman
First issue of the 24-page semi-
monthly will be on sale at regis-
tration for 20 cents a copy. Sub-
scriptions are $3 a year and $1.75
a semester, the editor explained.
Associate editors are Norman
Miller, '50, editorial, and Adam
Kozna, '51E, photography. Heads
of departments are Richard
Humes, '51E, layout; Burt Sapo-
witch, '51, publicity; Robert
Giglio, '50, business; Albert At-
well, '53, ibirculation, and Ray
Ladendorf, '61E, advertising.
"There are still openings on the
editorial and advertising staffs,"
said Forman. "Ad sellers work on
a commission basis." Offices of
"Campus" are on the top floor of
336 S. State.
IC To Sponsor
M-1 S S AU ST RA L IA ;., <+ - ,vMEr~i
-Miss Margaret Hughes (above), ... .
19-year-old honey blonde from A D R I V E R R I D E S -
New South Wales, was recently Albert R. Smith, a bus driver
chosen Miss Australia of 1949 in Washington, D. C. who builds
in a contest. at Melbourne. unorthodox vehicles as a hobby,
tries out his latest, a single
wooden wheel with pedals.
NEW SENATORwil- K A N S A S S E N A T OQR .......
Liam Benton (above), Democrat, Harry Darby, 54, Republican S W E D I S H P R O D U C T - Pat Hellberg, fashion designer, author and former "Miss Legs"
is new U. S. Senator from Con- ana c mtteeman for fve of Sweden, is all smiles on arriving in New York aboard the liner Queen Mary.
Beaticut, succeeding Raymond E years, is the new U. S. Senator
Justieof te upremebcome from Kansas, filling unexpired
e term of the late Clyde M. Reed.
D O G G Y E N S E M B L E - Womiri who go in for matching ensembles have nothing on
"Butch," a Dalmatian owned by Don Yeager, 7, of Phoenix, Ariz. Don's father built this doghouse
for Butch and painted it white with black spots to match the dog's coat.
PRESIDENT AND ENVOY -President Soekarno
(left) of U. S. of Indonesia, chats with Merle Cochran, U. S. A.
Ambassador, at a reception by new nation in Jakarta (Batavia).
O L I V I A'S FI R S T -BORN - Screen actress Olivia
de Havilland holds her first child, Benjamin Briggs Goodrich, born
in Hollywood. The actress, wife of writer Marcus Goodrich, was
1 confined to her be4 during most of her pregnancy.
S A L U T E B Y F R A N C O- Generalissimo Francisco Franco (left) of Spain and Portuguese
President Antonio Carmona stand at attention during playing of both countries' national anthems on
Franco's arrival in Lisbon. The chief of the Spanish state'wears uniform of captain general of Span-
ish navy and across the breast the Order of the Tower and Sword, Portugal's highest decoration. V
e t' i E L I NE C O N F E R E N C E - Things are quite
crowded in this Berlin sewer pipe as a trio of youngsters hold
an after-school "jam- session" on arithmetic problems.
B O X E R A N D B U T C H E R-Roland La Starza (right),
22-year-old New York heavyweight boxer, undefeated in 37
matches. helos father in his grocery-butcher shou between bouts.
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