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PAGE FOUR THE .MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1934

New Labor Board Is Given Heavy Task By

Strikers

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Strikes and strike threats scattered throughout the nation gave the new "supreme cuss o lab disput
a big job as it began its work at Washington. The new labor relations board, which replaces the old one as a
result of changes instituted by the revised Wagner labor disputes act, is shown above at its first meeting with
Secretary Perkins. Left to right: Edwin S. Smith of Massachusetts, Prof. Harry A. Mills of Chicago; Chairman
Lloyd Garrison of the University of Wisconsin, and Secretary Perkins. Map shows some of the -major spots
where strikes have been in progress or have been threatened.g...r

Movie Industry
Acts To Revise
'Hot-cha' Films
Salacious Advertisements
Is First Object Of Will
Hays' Cleanup Drive
NEW YORK, July 12. - (P) - The
third major voluntary move by the
movie industry to "clean up" came
today.
In answer to insistent demands
for prohibition of salacious screen
subjects, the Motion Picture Produc-
ers and Distributors of America ac-
knowledged willingr- ss to bow to
public objections on current releases.
Specifically, the action -taken on
behalf of 10 large distributors - per-
mits cancellation by exhibitors of
contracts on any picture against
which "there is a genuine protest
on moral grounds."
The industry's first step in a vol-
untary house cleaning undertaken
under the direction of Will Hays,
eight months ago took the "Hot-
cha" out of the advertisements her-
alding the dramatics of Gertie Gor-
geous at the neighborhood movie
house.
The second becomes effective July
15. It expands the long-established
appeal jury of three producers to the
full membership of the board of di-
rectors of the Producers and Distribu-
tors of America organization.
It gives the organization's produc-
tion code administration full power
over picture releases and authorizes
the administration's director, Joseph
I. Breen, to act as "umpire." Every
picture must get a clean bill of health
by the industry itself.
Wallpaper placed in the home of
Willie Blount at Clarksville, Tenn., in
1807 is still there and in.good condi-
tion.

Station Tuesday morning for Somer- CHICAGO, July 12. - A() - Sam-
set, 22 miles northeast of here, to uel Wallace, Jr., -and his bride were
join Mrs. Hopkins who has been set free today to honeymoon any-
visiting friends in Paris, Ky. They where they like - except a nudist
plan to spend a few days in the camp.
Great Smoky Mountains before re- But nudism ended where marriage
turning to Ann Arbor. J began, the couple told Judge Francis
Charles W. Cox, Jr., '35.1 Borrelli 'when they appeared for sen-
tencing on the charge of an indecent
exhibition.
BALCONY FALLS; 12 HURT "We're through with. nudism," said
BETHESDA, O., July 12. - (P) - they whose marriage undraped in a
A dozen persons were injured, none World's Fair concession two. weeks
seriously, in the collapse of part of a ago stirred up a small tempest. "We
porch balcony at the Epworth Park shall probably go to New York. We'll
Hotel shortly after noon today. never return to the nudist colony."
At police headquarters it was said Judge Borrelli had held themr guil-
the injured were on the balcony when ty, but today granted probation for a
about 30 feet of it gave way. year.

Leaders In Tribune
Football Poll Listed
Partial returns in the nation-
wide poll to select the personnel
of a college football team to meet
the Chicago Bears August 31 at
Soldiers' Field, Chicago, as re-
leased yesterday by The Chica-
go Tribune, which is conducting
the poll, follow:
ENDS
Skladany, Pittsburgh .......1504
Petoskey, Michigan .........1258
Manske, Northwestern ......952
TACKLES
Krause, Notre Dame ......1464
Wistert, Michigan .........1289
Fehring, Purdue ............664
GUARDS
Rosenberg, So, Cal. ........1824
Schammel, Iowa ............1530
CENTERS
Bernard, Michigan .........1664
Oen, Minnesota...........372
QUARTERBACK
Laws, Iowa .................889
Montgomery, Columbia ......671
HALFBACKS
Feathers, Tennessee ........1712
Everhardus, Michigan ......1259
Sebastian, Pittsburgh .......781
FULLBACK
Sauer, Nebraska ...........1797
Hecker, Purdue ..............557
Local fans who desire to reg-
ister their choices may send their
selection of an eleven-man team
to the All-Star Game Editor, The
Chicago Tribune.
Poultrymen say hens will not lay
well if they are infected with mites
or lice or if the laying room is im-

Picnic Will Be
Held Today By
Women's Grounp
Department Of Physical
Education Is Sponsoring
Initial Outing
The first of a series of picnics spon-
sored by the department of physical
education for women will be held
this afternoon. The party will leave
Barbour gymnasium at 5 p.m. and
will drive to Hudson's Corner where
there will be an opportunity to swim
before the picnic supper.
Women students interested in go-
ing are asked to sign up in Room 15,
Barbour gymnasium by noon today.
A fee of 35 cents will be charged to
cover the cost of food and trans-
portation.
The regular Dance club will hold
its first meeting of the summer at 2
p.m. today in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall. Miss Emily White, of the de-
partment of physical education, who
will be in charge, will instruct the
students in dance composition and
general technique. Any women stu-
dent who is interested may attend
the meetings.
THE WAGES OF SIN
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C., July 12
- (P - The deaths of five men -
four of them brothers - were at-
tributed today to the drinking of de-
natured alcohol which their took from
a furniture factoryy;-

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What PREKETES
SUGAR BOWL is~-
A PLACE OF INDIVIDUALITY
AND DISTINCTION"
"Anything served
[ is of the Choicest
Brand"
COMPLETE FOUNTAIN
TOASTED SANDWICHES
REGULAR MEALS LUNCHES
JUICY STEAKS FROG LEGS
DRAUGHT BEER FISH SALADS
BOTTLED BEER (ALL KINDS)
HOME-MADE CANDY

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Beer and Wine to take
off the premises sold
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