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$2,500,000 Fire at Famous-Coney Island Resort

,r to Snap
August 31
)etroit Amateurs
-rated with CurtisI
ling Instrmnent
ssful in Tests
dice May Revolt-,
the Astronomical
ng in Schools
'sity New Bu sheas)
I Sol coyly hides his
behind the dark disc
next August 31, his act
>graphed by a new movie
telescope combination
een so successful in pic-
happenings in our solar
it may revolutionize the
astronomy in schools, as
n the mysteries of the
of the sun and planets
vie .goer.
roit amateur astrono-
t R. McMath, Francis
and Judge Henry S.
1honorary curators of,
ty Observatory perfect-
astronomical moving pic-
he co-operation of Prof.
'urtis of the University.
ccompany the Universityf
yburg, Me., to aid in re-
eclipse. Last year they
weir specially equipped
at Lake Angelus, Mich.,
ersity.
Results Expected
hing an eclipse has been
with a moving picture
the new apparatus is
get superior ,results, be-
g celestial movies which
npossible heretofore. The
the sunrise and sunset
.ntains of the moon has
n realistically pictured,
ootation of Jupiter, giant
ts, with its many moons.
possible action pictures
e of the phases of Ven-j
>ns of comets, the rota-
un, changes in sun spots
.rominences, as well as
of the mysterious var-

Denies Armies
Ended Former
Reich Cabinet
Germany's Mystery Man.
Says Forces Didn't Play
Partisan Politics
BERLIN, July 16.-(AP)-General
Kurt von Schleicher, the enigma of
the von Papen cabinet, has broken
his silence to deny that the standing
army had a hand in the downfall'
of the Bruening cabinet.
Called "the strong man of the von
Papen government," the general has
been widely regarded as having
brought about the resignation of
General Wilhelm Groener, his pre-
decessor in the defense ministry,
thereby tumbling Heinrich Bruen-]
ing out of the chancellorship.
But in a letter to Anton Erkelenz,
president of the Carl Schurz Society,
von Schleicher asserts that "no in-
terference with politics by the de-
fense force of the nation has taken
place at any time." He adds:
"I agree with you that the power
of bayonets alone is not sufficient
as a basis for' government."
Erkelenz, trade union leader and
social Democrat, had intimated that
high officers of 'the army and navy
and of the defense ministry had
meddled in politics. In Erkelenz's
opinion the military participated in
the formation of the present cab-
inet and sided with Hitler's nazis in
the preceding elections.
To this von Schleicher replied in
an open letter to Erkelenz in part
as follows:
"Your interpretation is all wrong.
By what facts can you prove that
the armed force interfered in the
political fight? The president ap-
pointed the new cabinet in accord-
ance with the powers vested in him
by the constitution, and it is, an in-
sult to him to intimate that he was
guided by anything else than his
own judgment and his own consci-
ence.
"The army's relation to the pres-
ent government is no other than
that to every legally constituted
government of the reich, namely
that of its sharp but non-political
a n d\ non-partisan instrument of
power."

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Workers Go Scientific;
Discover Ancient Bones
BUDAPEST, July 16. - (AP) -
Workmen who had lost their jobs
with a scientific expedition were so
certain that discoveries could be
made in a certain cave of the Hor
valley in the Bukk mountains that
they persuaded an official to ad-
vance them $50. They found human
bones which experts of the Hungar-
ian National Museum say are be-
tween 100,000 and 120,000 years old.
IFour buildings erected for the
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition in
Seattle, Wash., in 1909 are still in
use on the state university campus.

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A roaring fire encouraged. by an ocean breeze for a time threatened to wipe out New York's famous
Coney island summer resort but, was brought under control after the flames had turned four blocks of its
famous boardwalk into ruins. The damage 'to bath houses, apartment buildings, small concessions and
dwellings was estimated at $2,500,000. An aerial view of the conflagition is shown above.

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Herriot Enlivens International
Parleys with His Wisecracks

PARIS,/JULY 17.-(AP) -Herriot,
premier of France and mayor of
Lyons, though he passes for a stolid
and solid citizen with a wealth of;
musty book learning, is rapidly ris-
ing to the position of national wise-
cracker, vacated by the late Aris-
tit;e Briand,and held by Clemenceau
before him.
He not only coins his "bons mots"
in French, but in other languages
as well. Thus at Lausanne, when a
German newspaperman asked him
how the conference was going, he
came right back with a quote from
Heine's "Lorelei"-and in the orig-
inal.
"Die Luft ist kuhl und es dun-
kelt" ("The air is cool and the dark-

ness is setting in"), responded the
chief of the French government.
U n I i k e Clemenceau, Herriot's
shafts are not barbed. For example,
in his explanation of the legendary
absent-mindedness of ex-Premier
Painleve's another professor in pub-
lic life who now is air minister, Her-
riot said:
"Painleve's forgetfulness is a real
system! In his chosen field of sci-
ence he has succeeded very well with
it. Mon Dieu! He ought- to try it in
politics!"
Wilson dam at Muscle shoals, Ala.,
still attracts thousands of tourists
weekly. It is the largest concrete
dam in the south.

Australia Investigates
Increase of Leprosy
BRISBANE, July 17.-(AP)-Lep-
rosy 'is spreading among the blacks
of the hinterland in northern
Queensland and Central Australia
where slowly dying creatures, out-
casts from their tribes, lurk in the
forests. The government has saked
the healtl department to investi-
gate.
Unearth Valuable Old
Roman Potter's Kiln
CHALONS-SUR-MARNE, France
- (AP) - A Gallo-Roman potter's
kiln, well preserved, has been un-
earthed near here. It contained
quantities of pottery, making the
discovery of exceptional value.

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A desire to make real the wonders
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f the science inspired the McMaths
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ears on their task, so that instead
f dry diagrams in books the stu-
ent or layman may see the actual
iovement of the heavenly bodies,
ithout spending the hundreds of
ours which the astronomer must
atch at his telescope to actually see
,nd understand the facts of this im-
ortant science.
Took Years to Perfect
Pictures showing the growth of
lants from- seed to flower have been
een by many movie goers in recent
ea'rs. These realistic films are made
y taking hundreds of photographs
t intervals and then running them
ff on the screen at a rate which
lends them imperceptibly. This
rinciple is at the basis of the as-
ronomical movie method, but be-
ause of many difficulties it took
everal years to perfect.
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