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Official Publication Of The Summer Session
Y No.'23 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1934 P
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1 Comments On History
He commented on the history and-U
accomplishments of the Pan-Ameri-_.
can conferences, beginning in" Wash- This Associated Press mapo
ington in 1899 pursuant to the issu-r from jail in Crown Point, Ind.,
ance of invitationis a~s provided ' by an ' t check his m ovem ents for onat f C ng e s nd n i g wth he c m to n e d w t in a om p ar
three-week conference at Montevideo nation's crime history.
held' last fall. _____.
The great work done by the first
meeting at Washington was, accord- IJ w esain n
ing to Mr. Finch, "the acceptance of r
a plan by which arbitration shouldjbe a otd a a prnil of ne - I s S bc f
national 'law for the settlement of ulJe t 0
disputes." Sand Tal
T7n addrition the rnfii~nP r~n-I
Outlines the crime splotched trail of John. Dillinger from the time he escaped
last Mlarch to his death in Chicago, at the h~andls of officers who had attempted
Liis. The desperado's activities ha~d extended through~ many states and finially
tratively few miles of the place where he staged a jail break unparalleled in the