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Y 13, 1930

THE -SUM 3=R XWMGA N DAILY

PAGE THREE

Y 13, 1930 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

FRENCH FLYERS COMPLETE TESTS OF SPECIAL PLANE
PIIINCIPL WI1N[SFR PREPARATION FOR HOP FROM PARIS TO NEW YORK
IN MOOllNEY ARREST _ __
IN M -0 01 11 9'H H ES .. ........:::.:vr..................:::............. ..... .... . . ....v }S' 4 "?r f. ' .}{ :;Y.4"4:?4
John McDonald, Discovered at
Baltixnore, Calls Former
Testimony Untrue.
ACCUSES COAST POLICE ..~.1t.
Governor May Grant Pardon if
McDonld Will Testif oay
in California. ....
(By Associated Press) -
BALTIMORE, July 12.-John Mc-
Donald, principal prosecution wit-
ness against Thomas Mooney and
Warren K. Billings, serving life se-
tences for the Prepardness Day
parade bombing in San Francisco n
in 1916, said today he had perjured
himself at the trial and now de-
sires to "undo the wrong."
Sought in connection with efforts -
of the Mooney Defense league to
obtain pardons for the two men,
McDonald was taken into custody With a course mapped by way of the Azores andBer"uda the French airmen, Captain Dieudonne
here after being recognized by a Costes and his mechanic, Maurice Bellonte, have completed final tests of the plane "Question iVark" be-
neighbor. He was held on a nomi- fore their Paris-New York flight attengpt. Photo shows the plane, which has been equipped with a new
nal charge of investigation. 650 horse power motor, and Costs and Bellonte in the cockpit .
Issues Statement
After his arrest he issued a state-
ment through an attorney in which[LN OMLTDJPNSEBR U TDN AD
he Bald: D DEMOCRACY IN MCN SCHOOLS
I, John McDonald, aged 58 years, niAMERICAN
residing in Baltimore city, testified 1.1
as a witness for the state of Call- F ILIB R LG O PMiss Hanako Hoshino Discusses kio, where she acted as secretary to
fornia versus Thomas Mooney and___ Educational System of the president of the institute.
Ma eynt ehevehalo oony as Wil e tudedatNative Country. Miss Hoshino stressed the im-
justice in San Francisco and was First Meeting Set for portance of the Taylor scientific
told by an officer that this is Moon- Wensa ih..General opinions, ranging from method in improving the condition
ey (pointing him out to me). MyWdedyNgt education in Japan, to needle-work of factories in Japan and in the
testimony in the various cases was Opportunity for discussion of the in the Land of Cherry Blossoms, saving methods In time introduced
untrue and false. social, racial, international, and la-. were expressed by Miss Hanako therein.
Desires To Right Wrong bor problems of our day is to be Hoshino, the Barbour scholar from Commenting upon democracy in
"I desire to undo the wrong done prvddo h apsb h r aa.education as evidenced in the Unit-
ry egrls o persngMon topio gnzto of a liberal discussion Miss Hoshino, a graduate of Tsu- ed States, Miss Hoshino deplored
regadles ofperona conequnc-da college, Tokio, received her di-
es. The authorities got me to testi-. group this summer. An organiza- ploma both from the college and the lack of such a spirit in her
fy that. I identified Mooney but ition meeting has been scheduled from the government four years ,country,-at the same time declar-
this Is an absolute falsehood." for 7:30 o'clock next Thursday on ago. Following her graduation, she ing that it was needed in Japan.
Five years after the conviction of the third floor of the Union. The taught primary English In a girls' ISwitching from this topic, she was
Mooney and Billings, McDonald high school. The few months before very sincere in her admiration for
made an affidavit at Trenton, N. J., meeting is open to all students and her entrance into the University of and appreciation of the faculty of
in which he said he was not posi- faculty members who are interest- Michigan were spent in the branch this University, who provide means
tive of his identification of either. ed In the open discussion of social of "Taylor society" called the Insti- ffor social contact and entertain-
The affidavit was used in an effort problems that confront the citi- tute of Industrial Efficiency in To- ment for oriental students.
to obtain pardons. zens of a progressive and self-gov- siiiiiillillslil1|111111111111|111111111111111111
In refusing' to grant the laeterning republic. -______________________________
pardon petition a few days ago, IProf. Lowell J. Carr, of the sociol-
Gov. C. C. Young of California in- ogy department will address the ~
dicated his decision might be re- group on the subject, "Mooney =
versed if McDonald were produced Stays in Jail." Professor Carr has
to repeat his repudiation before the made an extensive study of the
governor and the supreme court. case of Mr. Mooney, who is er:rng'

STAGE
WHISPER
by Helen Carrm
The second annual tiff has beguni
between the dramatic departmentl
and the critic's department.
Merely as a point of argument or
debate: Play Production consists of
a group of university people who
are intensely interested in the stage
from the viewpoint of amateurs.
Therefore they remain amateurs.
That's really a nice word. It need-
n't be shied at. As for that most
unsophisticated appellation, "in-
fants,"-Well, aren't we all? Cer-I
tainly those of us who spend the
majority of our time in the Play
Production department realize the
truth of that mock seriousness.
Mr. Valentine B. Windt, director
of the Play Production department,
had already very nearly completed
the casting of "Dr. Knock," the
French farce. However, due to the
impossibility of finding suitable
people to play two or three of the
more important roles, Mr. Windt
decided yesterday to call off that
production and offer in its place,
"The Guardsman."
Despite the countless thousands
who are registered in courses in
drama there still is apparently a,
need for various types to adequate-
ly interpret certain difficult char-
acters. Especially is this need im-
minent when most of the capable
people are tied up in some two-odd
consecutive productions. That fact
should be, and is, realized by Di-
rector Windt.

'DR. KAHN TO MEET
WITH COMMISSION
Appointed to Attend Meeting of
League of Nations Health
Group in Montivideo.
Dr. Reuben Kahn, of the Univer-
sity hospital, has been appointed by
Dr. Ludvik Rajchman of the League
of Nations public health commis-
sion to attend a serological confer-
ence to be held at Montevideo, Uru-
guay, Sept. 15 to Sept. 30. At this
conference, several prominent Eu-
ropean physicians are expected to
be present, although Dr. Kahn will
be the only one from the North
American continent.
The reason for Dr. Kahn's invita-
tion to attend the meeting was
that his tests are better than any
others in the serological field. This
was proved at the conference of
the League health commission held
recently at Copenhagen.
I Doctor Kahn will sail for South
America in the middle of August
and will return at the end of Octo-
ber.
Educator Will Lecture
at Eastern University
Two members of the education
school staff, Prof. William C. Trow
and Prof. George L. Jackson, are
spending the summer in Russia.
They are studying recent educa-
tional developments in that coun-
try.

I

GRUEN WATCHES DIAMONDS
HALLER'S
Jewelers
State Street at Liberty
WATCH REPAIRING FINE JEWELRY
For Campus
--
and
Classroom
One piece sleeveless frocks of wash-
able silks and prints-two piece tuck- :...
ins of lisle knits. -
$10.50
Rajahs-washable crepes, novelly knit two and
three piece suits at
$16.75 $19.75
The Shop of
Personal Service
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Dr. Gilmore Conducts
Studies Among Indians
Dr. Melvin R. Gilmore, curator of
ethnology at the museum of an-
thropology, has just returned from
a week's work among the Indians
of Pinconning, Mich. In his in vest-
igatlons there he secured addition-
al information regarding the use of
native plants by these Indians, and
also some material concerning
their technological processes.
Dr. Gilmore plans to leave in a
few days for North and South Da-
kota, where he will spend some
time working among several tribes
in the Great Plains region.

a life sentence in the San Quentin
prison as a result of his conviction
in connection with the Prepared-
ness Day bombing at San Francisco
in 1916. Recently the refusal of
Governor Young to pardon Mr.
Mooney has again brought the at-
tention of the public to his case.
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