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THE ,MICHJGAN DAILY

Ziegfeld, 'Glorifier of American
Gi'S umhs Suddenly at 64,
(Continued from Page 1) fered from heart trouble for many
-, ---~-years."
condition as "serious but not Crit~ The death of Ziegfeld ended his
Ical." plan to bring his Follies to Los An-
"wr. Ziegfeld had seemed to be geles during the Olympic game;. Re-
much improved," said Dr. Marcus ports also were that Ziegfeld con-
Radwin after the producer's death. termplated producing a picture in
"We looked for him to gain a com- 14ollywood. Miss Burke, recently said
plete recover y and did not expect the she hoped it would be possible for
heart attack, although he has. suf- her husband to retire to a California
farm.
Friends said funeral services prob-
Y-_g Denies Conspirin ' ably will be held in Los Angeles.

13 Policemen Indicted
In 'Third Degree' Death
MINEOLA, N. Y., July 23.-(AP)
-Sealed indictments have been re-
turned in the case of 13 Nassau
county policemen who were held to
the grand jury on charges ranging'
from second degree murder to con-
spiracy to obstruct justice as the
result of the death of Hyman Stark,
robber suspect, after a third degree
examination.
It was understood the indictments,
handed up Friday night, followed ;the
findings of Supreme Court Justice
Steinbrink, who conducted a John
Doe inquiry into the death of Stark.
The accused men are at liberty
under bail.
Ousted Chilean Dictator
Will Return Into Exile
SANTIAGO, Chile, July 23.-(AP)
-Carlos Ibanez, former dictator,
who returned from exile in Argentina
recently after the coup of Carlos
Davila, will leave Chile with his fam-
ily again Sunday, the government
annouhced today. It was believed he
would return to Argentina. The
government's announcement follow-
ed a night of considerable activity
in Santiago.

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING

Io Restore His Regine
PEIPINq, July 23, -- (AP) -The
headquarters of Marshal C h a n g
Hs.io-Liang, f o r m e r Manchuyian
dictator, said today reports Irom
Mukden of the discovery of a plot
to restore his regime there were en-
tirely vithout foundation.
M arshal Chang is acting entirely
under the orders of the Nanking
government now, a spokesman said
he lacks resources for any major
military operations at present and
would probably remain inactive un-
less the Japanese invasion of Jehol
province threatened the loss of it.

NEW YORK, July 23.- (AP) -
With the death of Florenz Ziegfeld
the stage has lost within the last 14
months its two most famous pro-
ducers. The other was. David Be-
lasco, whose death occurred in New
York in May, 1931.
They were the two best known
producers in America.' Belasco de-
voted his genius to comedies and
dramas, developing many stars.
Ziegfeld was 'the creator of elaborate
muscial productions.
Their names were synonymous
with Broadway, yet Belasco was born
in Chicago.

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TYPEWRITERS, all makes, bought,
sold, rented, exchanged, repaired.
O. D. MORRILL, 314 So. State.
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TYPEWRITING AND M I M E O-
GRAPHING promptly and neatly
done. O. D. MO RILL, 314 So.
State St. -c
Miehigan Liberty Party
Na nies Complete Ticket
JACKSON, Mich., July 23.--(AP)
--The Liberty Party, organized last
year, in their first Michigan conven-
tion here Friday named a full state
ticket with A n t h o n y Bergman,
Grand Rapids real estate man and
labor iepresentative, as their can-
didate for governor.
Other members of the ticket are:
Lieutenant-governor, W. W. Brown,
of Davison: secretary, of state, Price
H. Green, Michigan Center; treasur-
er, the Rev. Ralph Brown, Flint; at-
torney-general, John F. Baker, Flint;
auditor-general, Earl Miller, Jack-
son.

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-Pair of grey, shell-rimme
glasses on campus Thursday aft-
noon. Owner may claim same by
calling at The Daily office and pay-
ing for this ad. --
LOST-Yellow gold and onyx De;
ring, at the Michigan theatre Mon-
day night. Reward for ieturn. Cl
7872. -O
LOST-Not if your furs are stored
here. Our policy protects your fu
completely 12 months. Zwerdlirg'"
Fur Shop. Complete fur service
since 1904.--
WANTED
WASHING AND IRONING WANT-
ED-Will call for and deliver.
Soft water used; washing don
separate., Phone 2-3,478. -a
WANTED-Laundry.. S o ft water.
21044, Towels free, socks darned.
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TYPING-Theses a specialty. Call
M. Y. Hartsuff, 9087 --0
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-4 room apartment,
nicely furnished, 4 persons. Frigid-
air. In stone house Cal 3403. -

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Previously he was upheld in Fed-
eralcourt in Boston in his claim
to, be the inventor of an electrical
depth . sounding apparatus, and 14
years before he Was awarded $406-
175 damages for inventions used by
the National Electric Signal company.
.Prof. Fessenden vas born of New
England parents, in Milton, Que.,
Oct. 6~ 1866. He was educated at
Bishops college, Quebec, and became
associated with the late Thomas A.
tdison in 1886. Later he taught at
Purdlue and the UniVersity of Pitts-
,urgh and in 1902 he became gen-
oral manager of the National Electric
Signaling company. In 1910 he was
appointed consulting engineer of the
Submarine Signal company, retiring
some, years agog
The '.Scient/fic American Gold
Medal for promoting safety at sea
was awarded Prof. Fessenden in 1929.
Called Marconi's Peer
NEWTON, Mass., July 23.-(AP)
-Prof. Reginald A. Fessenden, who
maintained a residence here for
inany years, was hailed by Elihu
Th~ompson as "the greatest wireless
inventor of the age-greater than
Marconi."
He perfected a wireless receiver
2,000 times as sensitive as Marconi's
old coherer, a detector w4hich pre-
ceded the use of crystals and tubes,
and the Fessenden oscillator, which
inade possible communication be-
tween men trapped in a sunken sub-
iiarine and surface ships.

(Associated Press noto)
A presidential d e c r e e imposing
martial law in Berlin hoisted Chan-
cellor Franz von Papen into the sad-
dle as virtual director of Prussia.
here is a recent picture of the chan-
cellor.
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LargetU.So
Steamer Goes
On Final Test
CAMDEN, N. J., July 23.- (AP) -
The Manhattan, largest steamship
ever built in the United States, pulls
out of its berth here today for a final
series of trials before acceptance by
the United States Lines.
Although Capt. Joseph Kemp, of
Boston,. is in command of the ves-
sel on the trial run, an interested
observer among the more than 300
persons on board is Capt. George
Flreid, of Tuckahoe, N."┬░Y'., hero of
numerous┬░ rescues. at sea, who will
take. charge if and when the ship
finally is accepted for service. He
described the craft today as "the
most.beautiful ands modern ship
afloat.",
With Postmaster-General Walter
F. Brown aboard, the 705-foot ship
was to steam down the Delaware
River to a point off the Virginia
Capes.

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"NIGHT COURT"
WALTER HUSTON - LEWIS STONE
Anita Page John Miljan
Extra Added
A Cartoon "Playball"-.Hearst World News
Katherine Brush's virile
L a lso-dHrdnovel comes to the screen
Laurel and Hardy With JEAN HARLOW
in "COUNTY whJANH rLO
HOSPITAI" as the
Other Features 'loo "REDHEADED
Guest Show Monday W MAN"
s Night:Norma chester Morris Lewis Stone
Shearer-in_____________
"PRIVATE LIVES" 1ICHIGAN
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wAill be offer d tothe P op1e of Ann rosatn
T sa tPrices unequalledn the Pat1 ears.
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Our entire $1,5,000 stock thrown into this Big Sale
STORE CLOSED I'f$5,000.00 MUST BE RAISED IN JUST 21 DAYS THIS SALE IS
ALL DAY MONDAY Buying has been very slow the past few months: Our FOR CASH r
to arrange stock for shelves are loaded with shoes that must be sold and paid NO CHARGES
this Big Sale.
Sale Opens Tuesday, for at once. We handle.only high grade shoes., EXTRA SALESMEN
9 A. M. BUY FOR NOW and FOR FALL-Buy two or three Pairs - TO SERVE YOU
Nearly 600 Pairs MEN'S_.__ ...._.....__
Florsheim Shoes Florsheir Shoes for Wmen
The new Florsheim styles are now conceded to be the best fitting, smartest
Bought to sell of $8.00, $9.00 and $1G..00 -and most comfortable Woman's Shoes in America. 'All carry the famous
Sport Shoes, Dress Shoes, and Street Shoes Feature Arch and Metatarsel Support. Every woman should try a pair.
-all the very latest leathers and patterns.
Many Fall Styles included-choice 200 PAIRS OF $10.00 and $11.00 95 PAIRS OF NEW$10.00 ST LES,
STYLES-to be comprising 5'styles
offered in this sale -ompr that will bdscontin-yle
that a wilb68sotn
only at .. .. . . . .. .ued. This sale only at
These lorsheims will go fast, so hurry to this sale for your pair!
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LADIES, HERE IS A REAL BUY H E R E I S A B'A R GA I N
UEQUALLED ANYWH ERE
A few Special Styles cut to $.85 About 300 pairs of new $7.00 and 187 Pairs of Very Fine $6.00 and
$8.00 styles. All the new lasts and $7.00 styles . Pumps, Straps, and
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ON ALL patterns and $ Ties. All leathers 8
materials. They must and heels. ,1
PACKARD AND SELZ be sold at..y m.Choice for this sale...
SHOES for MEN THESE WILL GO FAST-LOOK 100 PAIRS OF OUR VERY BEST
Here are the Best Buys in Mbny, $ LOTS OF $5.00 and $8.50 ancF$9.00 shoes.
Many Years - Look! $6.00 SHOES. Don't New patterns and
pass up this chance.. leathers. Get a pair at
$10.00 SHOES $9.00 SHOES
200 Pairs Cut to 150 Pairs. Cut to__
$6.89 $5.89OPPERS
$7.50 SHOES $6.00 SHOES H
176 Pairs. Cut to Cut to WOMEN'S SLIPPERS MEN'S SLIPPERS MEN'S SLIPPERS
$4.89 3.89 445$3.50 value, now $2.45 $1.50 and $2.00 Styles $3, $3.50, $4 Grades
$3.00 value, now $1.95
100 Pairs $7 and $8 $2.00 value, now $1.19 c $139 $195 $295
SPORT SHOES, cut to 3
COME EARLY-STYLES WILL NOT BE REPLENISHEDSale pens Tuesday Morning
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