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June 30, 1930 - Image 3

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W TE, I psoTHE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
GUIL TVY i iMEMBERS OF AMERICAN DAVIS CUP TEAM DEFEATED
UL ULBY BRILLIANT MATCH PLAYING OF FRENCH STARS
TO TALKIN COUR
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john MacDonald Tells-of False
Testimony Which Convicted .. "
1 M+oney and Billings. - .
CONVICTS NOT PRESENT
Further Hearings Before State~
Bench May Clear Two Men I
of Bombing Deaths. T
GEORGE LOT T
(By Assocated Press)
, SAN FRANCISCO, July 29.- John
MacDonald, slight, and premature-'
ly old at 58, faced the self-imposed
ordeal today of telling the Call for- VIL.. \
nia Supreme Court he helped send '.US"N.
Thomas J. Mooney and Warren K.
Billings to prison on perjury testi-
mony. *+"'
Goadings of a guilty conscience, "
the witness said, forced him to ad- .:
mit his perjury to aid the men serv-
ing life sentences for the fatal Pre-:
paredness Day bombing .here inV
1918. oi
Pardons for Mooney and Billings -
rested on the outcome of the ses- -HN VAN RYN"-".".-0_NN_
sion, one without a precedent in
California's history. It was the lat- Among America's premier racquet-wielders, members of the 1930 Davis cup team, who have again met
est phase in the convicted men's 14 defeat at the hands of the French net men, are George Lott, of Chicago, who went down before the onslaught
year struggle for official acknowl- of Henri Cochet, France's Number One court artist in the opening play on Friday. Wilmer Allison, on the left,
edgment. of their innocence. was paired with Johnny Van Ryn in the doubles matches held last Saturday in the Roland Garros stadium,
Several weeks ago the justices in Auteuil, against Cochet and Jacques Brugnon. John Doeg, on the right, who with Big Bill Tilden, complet-
under a state law requiring their ed the personnel of the American forces, did not see action in the challenge round. In the final singles on
recommendation on applications Sunday, bosh Tilden and Lott were
for pardons of second offenders, de- defeated decisively by Cochet and _{!{!!!111t1111{ll11{1t111{{l1111111Il 11111111{!{1!11!{!1{ii{!!{111!{{!!{!
cided against a pardon for Billings, Borotra, the Bounding Basque, re
Gov. C. C. Young, considering the spectively. Although Tilden was' -
applications of Billings and Moo- pressed into service at the last min-
ney together, denied both. ute, against "his better judgment,"c
Plans for today's hearings called this was the last time he will par-
for questioning of MacDonald by ticipate in cup play, he announced.
justices assisted by Fred Berry, as- Cochet also indicated that he would
sistant district attorney at the time not again appear as a member offDA
of the trial. and by Police Cant.Dvscpta.=AI Y S B , R PON

II

WOMEN'S LEAGUE
TO SPONSOR TEA
All women students in the Sum-
mer Session are invited to attend
a tea to be given by the undergrad-
uate staff of the Michigan League
at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon,
July 31, in the garden of the Lea-
gue building.
This tea, which will be the fourth
in a series of teas honoring promi-
nent people on the campus, will be
given in honor of the faculty wo-
men. Included in the deceiving
line will be Mrs. Carl G. Huber,
Mrs. E. H. Kraus, Mrs. Earl V.
Moore, Mrs. F. G. Noby, Mrs. Ira
Smith, Mrs. Herbert C. Sadler, Mrs.
Joseph A. Bursley, and Mrs. Clare
E. Griffin.
Margaret Morin, '31, social chair-
man of the League during the sum-
mer, will be assisted by Virginia
McMullen, '32, Jessie Winchell, '31,
and Isabelle Rayen, '31.
Dairy products increased $4,334,-!
334 in California during 1929 to a
total of $255,965,025 for the year.
Among the Best
Reasonable Prices
FREEMAN'S-
DINING -
ROOM
Clean, cool and with
excellent service.
Only one block north from
Hill Auditorium.
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Charles Goff and City Treasurer
Duncan Matheson, who was police
captain in charge of the bombing
investigation.
MacDonald was represented by
Charles Ruzicka and Hilary W.
Gans, Baltimore attorneys who ac-
companied him here.
Neither Billings nor Mooney was
in court to confront MacDonald.

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