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July 03, 1932 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1932-07-03

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limeExeavationI Weary Democras Fall As4leep (UAl J77TI7IV.-


As. ociatedtr~Ph :to
Democratic delegates yawned and dozed as their national cc v :.non wentL into its fis ilngtses-
sion in Chicago. Some of the delegates-as this picture shows-went to clep when faige v(( .ame them
toward morning.

Washington Kidnapc.rs
Foiled by Snlow Storm
The most famous kidnaping, i1
American history is the Lino:',,rg
kidnaping because bad weather )er-
haps prevented the abduction of
George Washington, records of a
Hessian officer reveal.
The records were found among the
Sir Henry Clinton papers and now
are in the historical collection of
William L. Clemens of .Bay City,
Mich., a regent of the University of
Had it been an age of automobiles
and hardsurfaced highways t he plot
might have succeeded. Geneyal
Knyphausen, Hessian officer. had
been left to watch \VVashingon's
forces while Sir Clinton beseciged
Charlston. Washington wvas at
Ford's house, some distance from his
forces, but before British cavalry
could dash across the frozen Hud.son
on the kidnap raid snow som
blocked the roads.
All Camu~s Llfr
To Be Closed Ttn
All the campus libraries, includ-
ing the Legal Research library, will
be closed tomorrow because of th e
national holiday. The libraries vi,
also be closed on Sunday during th;
SumrSession except duringthe~ c
examination period at the end of the
Cold Discovery Staris
A oterAhkaE,.i
SEWARD, Alaska, July 2.-(AF)
-The Seward Gateway said the cut-
ting of a 14-foot vein of rock, run-'
ning approximately ,$45 a ton in gold
at the Cord mine in the Willow
Cre'ek district and the discovery :)
rich croppirigs in the Crow Creek
area, near old placer workinigs, has
swung western Alaska axva:y from
all occuuations but mining. Miners;I
and prospectors are rushing to thej
creeks and rivers by airplane, motor
boat and railroad.

'IDrag" JVtiNeeded
Summer students planning to en-
ter the School of Medicin~e will be
gAd to know that "drag is not a
manl o1 the ('LLC1TV ive toniititee 4)f
the school, vigorou sly deFnies that
"string; Y' jerk Ifavor ite into the
Caiidid:at ls arc, jsl'= d, however,
on their rnor,Ihiysa..:<< and scho-
lasftic ranking, hesad In regard
to tepercen -tage ofadmissions
from this state, Dr. Novy pointed out
that there is no set number ad-
mitted but in every case where a
resident stud cent's record equalled an
ouit-of-stateOj student's, the former
wvas chosen.

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