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Y ~4, i~ai THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TERhE

T.ETY-TW
IN SPA NH IOTS1
TROOPS GUAD CITY
Anticipation of Governmental
Change Causes Strong
Political Tension.
AIRPLANES PATROL CITY
Socialists Believe That Military
Dictatorship May Result
From Disorders.
MADRID, July 23.-(P)--With Se-
ville under martial law as the re-
sult of disorders in which 22 per-
sons have been killed, the tense-
ness of Spain's political situation
increased today as the nation
looked forward to a change in gov-
ernment next week.
It was predicted that when the
assembly is formally constituted
Monday or Tuesday the cabinet
would immediately resign. Fore-
casts were that the parliament
would choose Alcala Zamora as
president-he now holds that post
provisionally-and that he would
summon either Manuel Azana,
present war minister, or Alejandro
Derroux, foreign minister, to the
premiership.
Guards Kill Four.
Civil guards and troops killed
four members of a mob attempting
to rescue three truckloads of pri-;
oners in Plaza Espana today. Air-
planes patroling the city fired with
machine guns on rooftop snipers.
The seriousness of the situation
in Seville was made clear when
martial law was pronounced only
half an hour after Miguel Maur,
minister of the interior, announced
he would oppose calling in the mil-
itary authorities.
Despite the subsequent develop-
ments, Maura remained optimistic
about the government's ability to
suppress such uprising as the syn-
dicalist strike outbreaks in Seville.
"This anarchist affair is weak,"
he said. "I will peel them like an
orange."
Hundreds Arrested.
Socalist Deputy Theidomiro Min-
nendez of Ausaulas declared the
situation was most grave. "I should'.
not be surprised to see a republican
military dictatorship emerge," he
said. "I believe the Socialist min-
ister, Largo Caballero, at whom the
syndicalists are aiming, should re-
sign.
The government m o v e m e n t
against syndicalists continued and
hundreds were arrested.
The proclamation declaring mar-
tial law in Seville set forth that
troops would fire on the slightest
warning and that therefore resi-
dents had best keep off the streets
and out of balconies. Resistance
to the military will result in im-
mediate court-martial. The troops
were ordered to use heavy artillery
to destroy houses from which snip-I
ing has been going on.
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Carl Laemmnle 'Finds'
Reent Girl Graduate
Harrisburg, Pa., girl who, at 17,
represents the 1931 "find" of film
producer Carl Laemmle, Jr. Miss
a class play ina junior college fom
which she was recently graduated
and her movie career will begin In
Universal City, California.
Fashion
Apleasing sport outfit for cam-
'pus wear is the popular skirt and
blouse combination that has come
Into vogue again this season. All
types of skirts are seen, including
flannel skirts of various colors, and
printed an plain silks. The blous-
variety in style. The little organdie
prints, the soft voiles, the eyelet
materials, and above all those soft
knitted andN mes affairs, holdhet$
limelight . etrashes"nd>at
may be worn, and a girl makes a
neat appearance and yet a cool one.
The knitted two-piece dresses
are comfortable and fashionable
for all sport occasions. Campus
wear, tennis, and golf, are but few
of the many uses for these frocks.
Next week, the last courses in
the series of special two-weeks
courses offered by the women's
physical educational department
will start. The classes will be in
golf and canoeing and are open to
every women registered in the Uni-
versity. Classes will meet at 7:15 on
Mondays and Wednesdays and reg-
istration takes place at Barbour
gymnasium.

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Tea in Honor of Non Resident (speciac to The Daily)
Professors Attended by William Tilden, first ranking pro-
125 Persons. fessional tennis champion, and
Karl Kozeluh of Czecho-Slovakia,
Visiting faculty in the College of will resume their tennis rivalry in
Literature, Science and Arts were a series of matches to be played
guests of honor at the Women's Aug. 14 and 15 on the courts at
League yesterday afternoon at a Northwestern university.
tea dance. Among the non-resi- The meet which was arranged by
dent professors and their wives at- Paul Bennett, Northwestern tennis
tending were: Prof. Sven Birger coach and a former member of the
Jandzen and Mrs. Sandzen, Prof. Canadian Davis Cup team, will in-
Arthur J. Reed and Mrs. Reed, Prof. lude in addition to Tilden and Ko-
Perry Mason and Mrs. Mason, Kei- zeluh, Emmett Pare of Chicago, for-
vin Burns and Mrs.4 Burns, Prof. mer national lawn tennis champion,
Douglas Bush and Mrs. Bush, Prof. Albert Burke, professional cham-
rhomas Ward and Mrs. Ward, Miss pion of France and Robert Sellers
Julia C. Pressy, Mr. and Mrs. Jean of California.
Mercier, Prof. F. L. D. Goodrich and Stands capable of holding a
riss Goodrich, Prof. Frein,and Mrs. crowd of 3,000 persons are to be
Frein, Prof. E. H. C. Oliphant and erected by the university. Construc-
VMs. Oliphant, Prof E. R. Adair, tion work on the seats are to get
Mfiss Letitia McQuillan, Prof, Eu-unewyaoc.
~eneBurs, nd Pof.A. . ihunderway at once.
gene Burns, and Prof. A. C. Enrich The match will be Tilden's first
and Mrs. Eurich. outdoor appearance in Chicago for,
Assisting in receiving the guests a number of years. He and Kozeluh
were Mrs. John R. Effinger and Mrs. met at the Stadium in Chicago last
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Smith, Mrs. John L. Brumm, Mrs.,
Carlton F. Wells, Mrs. Everett
Brown, Mrs. R. W. Cowden, Mrs.
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Shull, Mrs. M. H. Williams, Mrs. J.
S. Reeves, and Mrs. C. B. Vibbert.
More than 125 guests were pres-j
ent at the tea.
Students on the committee for
the tea under the direction of Ka-
therine Noble, were: Katherine
O'Hearn, Janice Gillette, Virginia
Forsythe, Thelma Toby, Edith West-E
fall, Edna Smith, Pauline Wilson,
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I SOCIETY "
Helen Newbery Residence enter-
tained, on Wednesday evening, at
an informal faculty dinner, the fol-
lowing guests; Professo:r and Mrs.
Winter, Professor and Mrs. Dunlap,
Miss M. McKinney, Professor and
Mrs. Kyte, Professor Ehrman, and
Professor Adair.
The first informal affair of the
summer will be sponsored by Mos-
her Jordan Halls this evening at
the Women' Athletic Huilding.
Enid Bush has charge of arrange-I
ments and Kenneth Lundquist's
orchestra will furnish the music
for dancing. Tables of bridge will
also be in play.

Hockey Proves Popular
in Women's Activities
For the second time this season,
about two dozen women turned out
for an open hockey match held
last Wednesday night at Palmer
field.
Although there were many inex-
perienced players mixed in with the
more advanced ones, a good qual-
ity of hockey was shown and the
game proved to be a very fast one
ending in a decided victory for the
Greens.
After the match, the players all
returned to the field house where
they were served lemonade and
cakes in the lounge.
This was the second of the affairs
sponsored by the Women's Physical
Educational club and open to all
women on campus. There will be
some such event held every Wed-
nesday night during the Summer
Session until the big get-together
which is scheduled for the middle
of August. Next week's event is to
be a swimming party.

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