THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Eleanor Holm, 19-year-old swim-
fling star, and Art Jarrett, singer
and screen actor, are engaged and
plan to marry in the near future.
They will live in California.
August Luer, 77, wealthy invalid banker of Alton, Ill, was seized
by kidnapers'in his home as he rested in bedroom slippers before re-
tiring. Two men and a comely young woman entered his home on
a pretext of seeking anotber person's residence and roughly seized
their victim. He had been in partial retirement because of frequent
Earthquake In Changiri,
Turkey, Wrecks Homes
ISTANBUL, Turkey, July 13&--(P)
-An earthquake at Changirl, near
Ankara, Wednesday left no house in
the town undamaged and threw, the
inhabitants into a panic, but nobody
Coats of arms in the United States
army came into official use in 1919.
HART, July 13.-(P)-A farm
youth who submitted to a steriliza-
tion operation after he was accused
of having contributed to delinquency
of a minor girl was awarded damages
of $6,300 in circuit h1ourt here by a
jury which did not return its verdict
until 4:39 this morning.
The youth, William Wells, had sued
for $30,000 on the grounds that he
had been coerced and was not fully
apprised of the nature of the opera-
tion. He was awarded damages of
$1,750 from Henry L. Palmiter, for-
mer probate judge, $1,000 from
Frances Hackett, Aormer registrar of
probate, and $500 from Guy Walker,
f-rmer sheriff of Oceana County.
The jury held there was no cause for
action against Dr. Norman W. Hey-
sett, the physician who performed
ENJOY YOUR EVENINGS at .
John J. O'Connell, jr., was spirited a ay from s hme in Abany by kidnaiers who held him iunder
threat of death for $250,000 ransom. T was believed the ye iing man may have been seIzed in an act of
revenge against his uncles Edward J. a d an-el P. (onndl, Amany pcitical leaders.
With the M usketeers N I GEvery Nighty
Radio Orchestra except Mondlay
AnnArbor Trails 5 miles east of Plymouth,
between Wayne and Middlebrook Roads
Co pete AtGeoraphy Camp
.1' dM L 0C V I f _ (Continued from Page 1) during the first few days of July.
roc structre of the area around Stating that he was the personal
ST. LOUIS, July 13-(A)-Irving Mill S'rings. The finding of this spokesman for Fielding H. Yost, Pro-
Fisher, professor of political econ-. gioup m y o of import nce in lo- fessor Bursley is quoted as having
>my at Yale University here to ad- c "ting oil or gas accumulatins, one said after the game, "Michigan lost
dress the international convention well having been drilled two years with honor. True to the traditions
f Lions clubs, asserted that refila- ago as a result of the investigations of the Yellow and the Blue, the Sta-
ion policies of the Roosevelt admin- Of University of Michigan stutents. tion-team never gave up until the
1 - t ball was pitched in the ninth.
stration has started economic re- Cumberid Trip Made And think of all the character that
-overy which probably will continue AccompniSd by Profcssors Scott Ad tlt ofn thcat f ald today."
Bapidly.re completenree isreel.tly madetsriphysiIt is e pcted that Prof. A. C. Mc-
Before complete rrad:us;tmxent sgraphyr yito Cum- Failan of the University of Kentucky
iccomplished, Dr. Fisher declared, brland Falls and Cumberland Gap. will visit the Station and give an
he dollar, as measured in commodit It was through Cuniberland Gap that interesting lecture on the geology
>rices, will have to shrink 331 per the firs white men, one of whom of the State. Professor McFarlan
ent from its present value. 1he was Daniel Boone, catered the Ken- visited the Station last year.
dollar already has dropped 17 ler tuky area. Reurning from ithis trip, The feld paries will remain at
:ent since Roosevelt entered ofhice, te party stopped in Stearns, Ky- Mill Springs for about two weeks
ie said. ad vent through one of the coal more, after which they will make
"If President Roosevelt had ac- mines of the Stearns Lumber and a short reconnaisance trip to Wash-
:eded to France's wish to fix the Coal Company. The owners of this ington, D. C., crossing an area which
lollar in terms of gold," he cx- company are Michigan men who is probably the most classical geo-
>lained, "his action would have been have st up extnsive enterprises in loical region in North America. In
premature and would have resulted the southern part of Kentucky, Washingtan opportunity will be af-
n halting our economic recovery." The Station baseball team., known forded to attend a few meetings of
The speaker based his prophecy in local sporting circles as "the Uni- the International Geological Con-
fimminent betterment in industrial -versity of Miciigan baseball team," gress, and although it will be impos-
Lnd business condition on his diag- after a short period of intensive drill, sible for the men to take in the long-
iosis of the depression contained in put up a game but losing battle cr excursions of the Congress, it is
its recent writines. gis h Sibnil nine. The hoped that one or two of the brief
He painted a dark picture of eeo- scr :ats?8-5.and Coach-Trainer- trips ao the Coastal Plain will bein-
iomic chaos which he sad would Umpire-Scorkeeper-Profesor Scott cluded. The summer- field courses
iave resulted "without proper action pedicted a victory for the Station will terminate in Washington, July
>y our government." "We would Team in the annual classic with Men- 29.
>robably have had some kind of ticello on the Fourth of July. The
evolution," he asserted. Fcuth preseted a perfect baseball FR-ANCE READY TO PAY
Prof. Fisher's speech was a feature day, and the townspeople of Mona- PARIS, July 13.---The French
>f today's convention activities, cello turned out in full force to cabinet today accepted Finance Min-
watch their local team combat the iscer Georges Bonnet's assurance;
Alabama pipe, cigar and cigaret in'aders. core: Monticello 11, Uni- that the national treasury is suffi-
mokers paid the state nearly a quar- versity of Michigan 5. cicutly prosperous, and authorized
er of a million dollars in taxes for Among the spectators at the base- repayment on July 29 of half of a
he privilege of smoking in May, ball game was Prof. Philip BursLey, ritish 30,000,000-pound loan instead
933. i who was the gast o the Station lot wAitin for its maturity Oct. 29.
John J. O'Connell, Jr., 24, nep-
hew of Edward J. and Daniel P.
O'Connell, New York state Pemo-
cratic kiders, was kidnaped in
Albany, N. Y., and held for $250,-
Is Given Key To City
Through His Windshield
DETROIT, July 13.--(P)-H. G.
Oestricker of Pasadena, Calif., was
presented with the key to the city
Wednesday-right through the wind-
shield of his car..
The fathers of two Dearborn boys
who admitted they had been play-
ing with the key divided the cost of
a new windshield and Oestricker kept
the key, a heavy souvenir of lead
bearing the legend "Key to Detroit."
CENTENARIAN LIKES TO WALK
OWENSBORO, Ky., July 13.-(A')
-Col. James Wright, who fought in
the Civil War, celebrated his 101st
birthday by taking his daily walk
of four or five miles.
Attend Cool Washed
TWO FIRST-RUN FEATURES
"ZOO IN FIGHT"
BUDAPEST" Phillips Holmes
Loretta Young Diana Wynyard
Gene Raymond Shown only at
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TWO FIRST-RUN FEATURES
"THE CRIME of 'NAGANA"
Stuart Erwin : - Melvyn Dou lc's
Jean Hersholt Talc Birell
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Sat.-"THE MIND READER"-Warren Wiliam
olow _te leader!
on your way to lunch . .
Mats. 15c - Nights 25c
Today and Saturday
AN EPIC OF THE
Chap. 3-"DEVIL HORSE"
the hut restaurant
all. week feat~ures
1-sardine sandwich or roast loin of pork sand-
wich, cut of our delicious home-made pie,
orangeade, lemonade, coffee, ice tea
2-chicken a la king, creamed tuna fish on toast
chopped manhattan salad, orangeade, lem-
onade, coffee, ice tea
3-cold roast veal special potato salad, rmexicanA
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