DAY, JULY" 19 1831
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)AY, JULY 19, 1931 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAau ~-
City Authorities Wipe Out Dry
Law Violation Charges to
CALL INCIDENT CLOSED'
Similar Hearing Against Nurse,
Sister-in-law of Consul,
OKLAHOMA CITY, July 18.-(JP)
-Quick action by city officials to
prevent the possible creation of
ill-will between Mexico and the
United States today has wiped
from the police blotter charges of
violating the prohibition law filed
against H. Valdez, Mexican consul
John McClelland, city manager,
called a conference soon after it
became know n tlie charges had
been filed and the city authorities
A announced Friday night that the
incident was closed so far as they
Dismiss Similar Case.
Similar charges against Miss Kay
Barrett, nurse and sister-in-law of
Senor Valdez, also were ordered dis-
Three members of the police
liquor squad said that they found.
in Miss Barrett's home 46 pints of]
beer and eight gallons of beer
mash and that Senor Valdez was
at the home when they made the
- Although the search was made
Monday night, Senor Valdez and
Miss Barrett were not taken to po-
lice headquarters until late Friday.
They were released on their own
recognizance. A warrant for the
search was issued by Mike Foster,'
municipal judge, who was to have
a hearing in the case today.
Cites Consuls' Immunity.
Albert McRill, municipal attorney.
said that it would have been impos-
sible to obtain a conviction against
Valdez because of diplomatic im-
Gov. W. H. Murray, when in-
'ormed of the charges, asserted
"they shouldn't have done that."
Miss Barrett attributed the
search of her home to "prejudice
against Senor Valdez" by "narrow,
petty-minded neighbors." Both de-
nied the officers had presented a
Hagen Gets Cup for Canadian O pen Victory
Summer Session Excursion Will
Go to Airport, Greenfield
- The Ford airport, one of the most
completely equipped flying fields in'
America, and Greenfield village,
Henry Ford's reconstruction of a
typical Michigan town of 30 years
ago, will be visited Wednesday by
students in the sixth Summer Ses-
The plane in which Com. Richard'
E. Byrd made his flight over the
north pole will be one of the fea-'
,tures seen at the airport. Landing
fields, a, dirigible mooring mast,'
shops and service equipment, hang-'
ars, and the assembly plant of the
Ford tri-motor all-metal airplane
will also be inspected.
One of the chief points of interest
at Greenfield village will be Thom-
as A. Edison's original Menlo park
laboratory. The laboratory is still
supervised by one of Edison's early
The village has a central green,
surrounded by typical early build-
ings. Clinton inn, formerly a stage
coach stop on the Detroit-Chicago
route has been restored. A general
merchandise store, the little brick
schoolhouse which Ford attended,
and an old church will also be seen.
Another feature of the tour will
be an inspection of an early train,
from which Edison was ejected in
his youth because his chemical ex-
periments started a fire.
Reservations for the trip must
be made before 5 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon in the Summer Session
office, Carlton F. Wells, secretary
of the session and director of the
WRECKED IN GALE
ePuritan' Cracks up at Traverse
City; Loss Set at $16,000.
TRAVERSE CITY, July 18-(P)
-Torn from a temporary mooring
mast by a sudden line squall here
last Friday, the Goodyear Rubber
Co.'s blimp "Puritan" was badly
damaged, Commander Samuel H.
Shepherd estimated the damage to
the ship at $12,000 and the loss of
escaping helium gas at $4,000.
The Puritan had been tied to the
mast when Shepherd noticed the
storm's approach. The wind, how-
ever, ripped the nose and fasten-
ings from the craft and set it loose
on the wings of the gale, endanger-
ing Shepherd and his two-man
crew, Halod Crum and Russell
The blimp had been flown here
from Akron, O., for the cherry fes-
Take Fifth Excursion
Sixty-five students took the fifth
Summer Session excursion yester-
day, visiting the Detroit News plant,
Belle Isle, the Fisher building, the
Institute of Arts, and various busi-
ness and public buildings.
A visit to the studios of station
WJR was one of the features of the
tour. The students also had a view
of Detroit from the top floor of the
We have all makes
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BOARD-First class, by the week,
$5.50 for 3 meals per day; $4.75
for two meals. Slightly higher
rates by the single meal. One
half block from the Campus at
213 South Thayer. Phone 5155.
WANTED - Student laundry. All
work guaranteed. Reasonable
prices. Socks darned and buttons
replaced free. Will call for and
deliver. Call 23365.
18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24
SITUATION W A N T E D-Experi-
enced man wants job as porter
in a fraternity house. Address
Box 183 care Michigan Daily.
15, 17, 19
MENDING of all kinds. Ladies' and
Men's underwear, shirts and
stockings. 228 South Thayer,
opposite Hill Auditorium.
17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24
LOST-Pair of glasses with white
gold rims. In black stiff leather
case. Liberal reward. Phone
9465. 18, 19, 21
Walter Hagen (right), is shown here receiving the Canadian Open
Golf championship cup from President McFadden, of the Mississaugua
Country club, Toronto. The veteran professional won the Canadian
championship when he defeated Percy Alliss, English professional, by
a single stroke in the tournament playoff.
There has been a change in the
hour scheduled for the special
short course in archery which is to
be given on Tuesday and Thursday
for the next two weeks. It will be
held at 4 o'clock instead of at 7:15
o'clock as was previously an-
Everyone who is interested in en-
tering the mixed doubles tennis
tournament which will start the
later part of this week at Palmer
field is asked to sign up at once in
the hall at Barbour gymnasium.
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Health Service Gets
80,000_Calls in Year
During the year of July 1, 1930
to July 1, 1931, more than 80,000
student dispensary calls were tak-
en care of, according to the June
monthly report of the University
Health service. This is an increase
of 20,000 over the preceeding year.
On the whole, student health was
good, says the report. The school
year was free from unusual or epi-
demic situations, although there
was the continued marked growth
in the use of the department for
attention to health improvement.
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