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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1930

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN : DAILY

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POLICE SE'EK -PILOT
FOR MINEBOMBING
Southern Towns Hunt Aviator
Who Dropped Explosives
on Coal Mines.
NO DAMAGE REPORTED
(By Associated Press)
PROVIDENCE, Ky., Aug. 12.-
Police of several cities today were
seeking the owner of an orange
monoplane which Tuesday swooped
down and dropped nine bombs on
mi ie properties near here. The
bombing culminated a series of
disorders which started when sev-
eral mines reopened recently after
shutdowns because of independent
strikes. No one was injured and no
damage done.
Officials of the coal companies
against which the attack apparent-
ly was directed, as well as local of-
ficers, telegraphed descriptions of
the plane to surounding cities and
a thorough search was started. No
headway had been made, however,
except for a report from Paul
Montgomery, a Murphysboro, Ill.,
aviator, that he had seen a strange
plane flying in the vicinity of
Pinckneyville, Ill., Monday. Pinck-
neyville is approximately 100 miles
by air from here.
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CATHERINE REIGHARD, '15, RECEIVES Speaker at Banuqet
GIFT FOR EXPERIMENTAL PRODUCTION Entertained at Club'
Catherine F. Reighard, '15, has re- versity. At that time Robert Hen- Prof. and Mrs. Thomas Diamond
cently received notice of a gift of derson and Elwood Fayfleld were entertained informally Monday
$2500 from an interested person members of his company. Elwood noon, August 11, at Huron Hills golf
whose name is not to be made pub- raftsan wth Catherine gpu -e club in honor of Mr. Charles W.
lic, to be used in experimental hard in New York. J Bailey, of Liverpool, England, and
work on plays for adults and chil- Ellen VanVolkenburg Browne Mrs. Bailey. Mr. Bailey, who is
dren through the medium of mar- spent two months training her pup- headmaster of the Holt School in
ionettes. This came through the peteers in their parts for her pro- Liverpool, will speak at the educa-
recommendation of Ellen VanVol- duction of "A Midsummer Night's tion club banquet tonight at the
kenburg Browne, also a Michigan Dream", and in that time had them Michigan Union.
graduate, whose work in marion- perform their parts as though they,
ettes in this country is outstanding. were going to act them themselves.'
This sum of money is to be increas- The marionettes were made by an
ed as the need arises. artist, as well as the settings. Spec-
For several years, Miss Reighard ial emphasis was laid on the pup-
has studied the field of marionette pet possibilities of the play; the I
production in this country and fairies floated through the air and
abroad, and has written plays for never quite touched the ground.
production in that medium. She The result was so remarkable that
has recently withdrawn all of her it is rememberd as the finest mar-
plays from production by Duncan- ionette production seen in this
Mabley, Incorporated, who present country. She is also responsible
the Tatterman Marionettes, be- for two of the most unusual pro-
cause of dissatisfaction with their ductions of Tony Sarg's company,
methods. Some of these plays will "The Rose and the Ring" and "Rip ; When a young man DOES
later be produced by another com- Van Winkle", has investigated the opportun-
pany. One of Miss Reighard's puppet ities offered in the various ca-
There are now about twenty pro- dramas, "Pan Pipes and Donkeys' reers, and PREPARED for the
fessional marionette companies in Ears" was presented recently in one for which he is best fitted.
the country, but only four or five Ann- Arbor by the Tatterman com- Placed in the right job, it is
of them are successful. Among pany, under the auspices of Play wholly possible for a young man
these are Tony Sarg's, Sue Hast- Production. MONTH and MORE within
ings', and Remo Bufano's, all of Miss Reighard, with the able as- , three years after graduation
New York City, and Harry Bur- sistance of Elwood Fayfield, is hop- from high school. HAMILTON 4
nett's of Hollywood, California. ing to contribute something to the BUSINES CtrCLLEGhichproides
Harry Burnett started his marion- marionette art through the experi- quick and certain RESULTS.
ette production in Ann Arbor while mental work made possible through May we tell you more about it?
he was still a student in the Uni- this gift. Write for free catalog.
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Come to Detroit
and treat your family to a grand one-day excursion
on the luxurious Str. Put-In-Bay to
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Put-In-Bay to enjoy the bathing beach, the new golf course,
and all outdoor sports. Picnic in the grove, dance, explore the
caves and enjoy the view from the top of Perry's monument.

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Leave Detroit, 8:45 pj.
Return, 11:30 p. m.
Wednesday,Thursday,
Saturday, Sunday
and Holidays.

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Fridays, 10:15 p. mn. Fare 1 1.00 round trip,
weekdays; 1.50 Sundays and Holidays. Steamer
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daily. Lowest rate to Cleveland via Put-In-Bay
or Cedar Point. Perfect dining room and lunch
counter service.
CEDAR POINT
On Fridays after July 4, a special excursion is
given to Cedar Point. Fare, $1.75 round trip; chil-
dren half-fare. A stay of three hours is permitted
to enjoy the great bathing beach, boardwalk and
the thousand -and -one attractions
of this Lido of America. On other
days a stay of one hour is allowed.
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