TWfE MICHIGAN DAILY
f ecomes Nursery
Japan Expected to
(Associated Press Photo)
Judge Edward B. Casey (righit) of Chicago's "renters' court" has
turned his chambers into somethi. Igof a nursery, providing free milk
for children of evicted families wi o appear with their parents. He is
shown with three of his juvenile "'customers."
Broker Takes Time Out to Be
Clown with Ioming of Circus
SPOKANE, Wash., Aug. 12.-(R')- technical reactions and drives by the
-It's circus time in the northwest bulls and bears, their vice-president
again, and a large investment house was under the big top.
here is worrying along without Har Dressed in a grotesque costume
per Joy, the vice-president. He's ou t that suggests a well-known mouse-
clowning again, like character known to comic strip
But it happens every year, some- and movie fans, Joy was doing his
times twice or three times a sum twice-daily "walk-around" with a
mer, and each time he comes bacx; dozen or so professionals.
to his desk and picks up with stocky "Why not?" Joy demanded when
and bonds and such where he left asked to explain why he followed this
them. unusual hobby. "Anyone likes to turn
About the time the advance agents clown once in a while. Some people
for a circus start plastering thf spend their vacations rocking back
countryside with, "24-sheets" adver - and forth on some summer hotel
tising their show, Joy begins to fret. porch.
He gets out a chest full of bizarre "But not that for me. I'd rather
clown costumes, tries each on, an I be out going places, doing things and
frets some more, so his wife says. seeing people in a big way-and giv-
By the time the show reaches towii ing the kids a laugh. There's not
his lifelong ambiiton to be a clown enough laughing these days."
triumphs over things like building: Circus managers w e 1 c o m e this
up a fortune for Mrs. Joy and three banker-clown to their troupes, while
young Joys. Sometimes he holds off requests from many other amateurs
until after the show plays here, ancd are refused.
catches it in the next town, as he did
this year. But he usually joins it foi: Wilber J. Teeters of the University
a week or two. of Iowa's pharmacy college is "dean
So, while his colleagues in the of-- of deans" at that university, starting
fice were being harassed expecting: his 29th year in that position.
sermon by the Reverend Edward M.. Duff. Harris Hall, Tea will be served
in Harris Hall from four to six for summer school students Sunday after-
Wesley Hall: The Student Guild will unite with the Community Serv-
ice in Burns Park at 6:30 p. m.
First Methodist Church: Dr. Fisher will preach on "Finding Personal
Victory" Sunday at 10:45 a. m. This will be the last sermon in the series
"Living in the Twentieth Century.
TOKIO, Aug. 12.--(P)-Recogni-
tion of Henry Pu-Yi's government in
Manchuria by Japan was declared
today by the foreign office spokesman
to be nearer because the government
learned that the report of the League
of Nations inquiry commission will
contain findings and recommenda-
tions utterly unacceptable to the
The report is now being completed
by the commission at Peiping.
As a result of its character, the
spokesman said, the government
feels strongly that early recognition
of the, Pu-Yi regime is necessary to
show the world that Japan is de-
termined to maintain her stand in
He added, however, that the rec-
ognition is not likely to be announced
before the commission's report is re-
ceived and published at Geneva,
which probably will be late in Sep-
According to the government's in-
formation, the report will recommend
that the Chinese government at Nan-
king appoint a viceroy in Manchuria,
thus restoring at least the form of
This conflicts fundamentally with
Japan's determination to eradicate
The report also will deny, it was
learned, that China's trespasses upon
Japan's vested interests in Man-
churia were serious enough to justify
the Japanese Military campaign and
also that the Manchukuo regime is a
product of the will of the Manchu-
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