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£____THE MICHIGAN DAILY
S Of The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated, PressPictures

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These four men, captured at Elkhorn, Wis., were taken to Chicago by Federal agents in connec-
tion with the kidnaping of John "Jake the Barber" Factor, Chicago speculator. " They were also to be
questioned about the abduction of William Hamm, Jr., wealthy St. Paul brewer.

Miss Morella Oldham (center) was crowned queen of the
national cherry festival at Traverse City, Mich., by United States
Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg (right) of Michigan. Gov. William A.
Comstock (left) of Michigan also participated in the ceremony.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
on The Transition in English Do-
mestic Architecture from the Middle
Ages to the Renaissance. The lec-
ture is open to students in other his-
tory courses who may be interested.
R. G. Ramsay
The Phi Delta Kappa meeting,
Monday evening, 8:00 at the Union.
Membership committee will present
final report.
Educa ion Conference Luncheon,
sponsored by Phi Delta Kappa will
be held Tuesday, at the Michigan
Union, 12:10. Speaker will be Profes-
sor Raleigh Schorling.
Sixth Annual Traverse
City Festival Concludes
TRAVERSE CITY, July 22.---(AP)-
This city today had returned to its
normal tempo, following completion
of the three-day national cherry fes-
tival program in a colorful election
which set a new record in the festi-
val's six years of existence.
The Mummers; parading in the
cerie light of red fire and yellow
torches, closed the program Friday
night as thousands of spectators
from this locality and many others
in the state looked on. In spite of
threatening skies during much of
the program, rain did not fall, and
the various events proceeded without
a hitch.
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:;.:Janet Sheppard Graves, daugh-
IL ______N___ Putting up a determined battle ter of Senator Morris Sheppard
after he had been lured from his of Texas and once named as the
Ruth Yancey, 17-year-old brunet office; Frank A. McClatchy, wealthy prettiest co-ed at the University
of Fayetteville, Ark., was selected Philadelphia real estate operator, of Texas, obtained an annulment
as the 1933 Ozark "smile girl" in was critically wounded by two kid- in Los Angeles of her marriage
a contest among 100 girls. napers who fled after shooting him to William A. Graves of New York.
through the chest. -

Mrs. Winchell's Little Boy,
Walter, Punched By Al Jolson

Savings Windows Hours
Changed At Post Office
In. accordance with the curtail-
ment set by the government to con-
form with banking hours, the postal
savings windows of the Ann Arbor
Post Offices will close promptly at 3
p. m., beginning next Monday, July
24, according to an announcement
issued yesterday by George F. Sanzi,
assistant postmaster.
Heretofore they were kept open
from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Mr. Sanzi
added that, as has been customary,
the windows will close at 12 noon
on Saturdays.
Allegan Robbers
Await Sentences
To Penitentiary
ALLEGAN, July 22.-(A")-Edward
Austin, 45-year-old farmer, and his
wife, Grace, also 45, today awaited
committment to state penal institu-
tions following their pleas of guilty
in circuit court to charges of at-
tempt robbery while armed..
Austin was sentenced to life im-
prisonment at Jackson State prison
and his wife was sentenced to 10
to 20 years in Detroit House of Cor-
rection for their holdup of Old State
bank at Fennville Wednesfay, in
which three men were wounded and
Austin himself was struck in the
face with a shotgun charge.
The Austins escaped in an auto
after their early morning raid on
the bank, carrying with them $2,000
of the bank's funds. They-were over-
taken three miles from the village
and engaged in a gun fight with Rus-
sell McKellups, 21, a garage me-
chanic and Kenith Jackson, his em-
ployer. Both McKellups and Jack-
son were wounded, but are said to
be recovering.

Mrs. Wiley Post was all smiles as she sat in the news room of 1
The Associated Press in New York and read bulletins that told of
her husband's safe flight across the Bering sea to Alaska. perhaps
the most dangerous hop of his round-the-world jaunt.

Play Reading
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Club To Meet
Next Tuesday,
The third meeting of the Summer
Session play reading group of faculty"
women will be held Tuesday at 2:15
p. m. in the Alumnae Room of the
Michigan League. A play by Howard1
will be read by Mrs. Lowell Carr.
There has not beenna play reading
group of faculty women before dur-
ing the Summer Session, but it is
being enthusiastically planned be-
cause it ,gives wives of non-resident
faculty members and guests an op-
portunity to meet wives' of profes-
sors from the different departments,
officials said. Wives of non-resident
professors are invited to all. meet-
ings.
Hostesses for this Tuesday's meet-
ing are: Mrs. Elmer Mitchel, chair-
man, Mrs. Robert Brown, Mrs. Carl
Coe, Mrs. Richard Coursey, Mrs. He-
ber Curtis, Mrs. Frank Finch, Mrs.
Charles Good, Mrs. Robert Hall, Mrs.
John Johnstone, Mrs. Louis Keeler,
Mrs. Joseph Markley, Mrs. H. H.
Merrick, Mrs. Willard Olson, Mrs.
William Sellew, Mrs. Hobart Willard.
TVY PE W R I T I N G

To Hold Sports Program
For Men, Women Friday
Friday night, July 28, a sports
party will be held at the Women's
Athletic Building for men and wo-
men graduate and undergraduate
students majoring in physical educa-
tion, it was learned yesterday. The
faculties of the School of Educa;.
tion and .the mens and women's
physical education departments will
be present.

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