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August 02, 1934 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1934-08-02

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ST HE M IC HI GAN D A ILY THURsDAY,.

W oman Driver
PlaysTaWith
Mrs. Roosevelt
Wife Of Presidenit Smiles
After 'Cose Shaves' On
H~ighway
EUREKA, Calif., Aug. 1. - (I)-
Two narrow escapes from motor car
collisions today marked the vacation
tour of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt in
her little blue roadster.
Twice an automobile driven by Mrs.
Frank Brennan, wifc of the collector
of customs of this port, nearly
rammed Mrs. Roosegelt's roadster
and each time the quick action of
Lorena A. Hickok, her companion who
was at the wheel, averted a crash.
At the city limits Mrs. Brennan
drove her car from a side street onto
the highway directly in front of the
roadster. Miss Hickok swerved the
car barely in time to avoid a collision.
A few minutes later as Miss Hickok
was making a left turn Mrs. Brennan
tried to cut her machine in between
the blue roadster and another car fol-
lowing closely behind. Miss Hickok
stepped on the throttle and again
[avoided a crash.
Mrs. Roosevelt and Miss Hickok
drew up at a service station a short
distance away and when Mrs. Bren-
nan stopped alongside, the first lady
greeted her with a smile and shook
hands with her small child.
Apparently considering the incident
closed, Mrs. Roosevelt continued
northward as soon as her car was
refueled on her way to Portland, Ore.

Monarchists Of Austria Hopeful For Rule
-Associated Press Photo
The trend of events in Austria,
coupled with the appointment of Dr.
"" Kurt Schuschnigg as chancellor, has
cheered monarchists who hope to
place Archduke Otto (left), the Haps-
Iburg pretender, on the throne. While
Dr. Schuschnigg is a rank monarch-
I ist himself, he is not expected to at-
tempt to further Otto's case in view
of the present complex international
S situation. Above is Otto's mother,
ex-Empress Zita, with whom he is
living in Belgium.
-Associated Press Photo

-Associated Press Photo
This is the first view of the 85-inch University of Michigan tele-
scope mirror, since it was poured at Corning, N.Y., May 2. The mirror,
which will be cooled shortly is shown inside a beehive where its surface
recently was remelted to smooth out some of the rough spots.

PERSONAL LAUNDRY service. We
take individual interest in the laun-
dry problems of our customers.
Girls' silks, wools and fine fabrics
guaranteed. Men's shirts our spe-
cialty. Call for and deliver. Phone
5594. 607 E. Hoover. .3x
LOST AND FOUND
LOST:- Black notebook. Ru1th Eliza-
beth Taylor. Deturn Box 10, Mioh-
igan Publications Building.
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