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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1937

SATURDY, JUY 31,13

Four Are Dead,
89 Rescued In
Steamship Fire
Sabotage Is Suspected By
Commander; 2 Inquiries
Are Under Way
Hull To Be Searched
BALTIMORE, July 30.-(P)--Quick
action by a flotilla of rescue craft
held the death list in the City of
Baltimore steamship fire to not more
than four, a check of survivors and
passengers and crew lists established
today.
Of the 93 persons aboard the Bal-
timore-Norfolk boat when the fire
broke out in the hold an hour after
she sailed, 89 were rescued alive. Two
are dead and two are missing. Six
survivors were injured, none seriously.
Shipping officials, the rescue work
completed, centered their attention
on the causes of the blaze which
flared through the wooden super-
structure of the over-night liner.
Almost at once, Capt. Charles O.
Brooks, a veteran of 35 years in the
Norfolk-Baltimore service and com-
mander of the City of Baltimore, said
that the "amazing" spread of the
fire suggested sabotage to him. He
said he had no reason for the suspic-
ion except the speed of the fire in its
spread.
One part of a two-phase inquiry
began during the day, when officials
of the Chesapeake Bay line called the
ship's officers to submit reports on the
fire which broke out Thursday night.
The Federal government will open its
inquiry tomorrow morning, when a
special investigating board, appointed
in Washington, begins a series of
hearings in Baltimore.
Federal steamboat inspectors visit-
ed the wreck today with company of-
ficials. The Federal agency ordered
more than 50 of the officers and crew
to appear at ,the hearing tomorrow.
Both men known dead as a result
of the fire were identified. They
were J. R. Polikoff, a passanger, and
a retired merchant of Aiken, S.C.;
and Charles Whealton, of Crisfield,
Md., a member of the crew. Doctors
here said they drowned when they
leaped from the burning boat.
Still missing are H. Paige, a pas-
senger whose address is not known;
and Cy Haynie, an oiler.
Of the 40 passangers aboard, 38
were saved, and 51 of the crew of 53.
Four members of the crew and two
passengers were burned or injured,
however.
Fireboats which had poured water
into the blistered steel hull all night
turned to pumping it out again. With
hull, now beached in 13 feet of water,
empty, a search will be made for
clews to the start and spread of the
fire.
"I want to tell you," said Miss Edna
Mowery of Norfolk, "the order on that
boat was remarkable. The crew was
marvelous. Twelve minutes after the
fire alarm most of the life boats were
off."
Child Bride Killed
By PistolDischarge
HARLAN, Ky., July 30.-(P)-A
mountain romance between a 42
year old miner and his 14 year old
bride of a few months was at an end
today with the child wife in her grave
and her husband in jail charged with
murder.
While funeral services were con-
ducted at Middlesboro, Ky., today for
Myrtle Jones Ayers, the husband,

Word Ayers fretted in jail here await-
ing arraignment tomorrow in county
court on the homicide warrant.
BOY KILLED ON TRUCK
DETROIT, July 30.-(P)-James,
Hitchloeck, 15, was killed early Fri-

The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures

Major Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

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New York......
Chicago..........
Detroit...........
3oston.........
Cleveland........
Washington.....
St. Louis.......
Athletics .. . ... . .

W L
....59 28
.54 36
.51 36
.48 37
42 43
.38 47
.... 28 60
,. ...26 59

Pct.
.678
.600
.586
.565
.494
.447
.318
.306

Yesterday's Results
Boston 6, Detroit 5 (10 innings).
New York 8, St. Louis 2.
Washington 13, Cleveland 2.
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
Detroit at Boston.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
St. Louis at New York.
Cleveland at Washington.

If General Franco, Spanish Insurgent chief, wins the civil war,
there is increased reason to believe he will ask Prince Don Juan, former
King Alfonso's youngest son, to reestablish the Spanish monarchy. Here
are the prince and his wife.

A rolled regimental flag leading them, Japanese troops are shown here after arrival in North China to
reinforce the Japanese garrison. The Japanese censor refused to tell where the picture was taken. Aban-
doning all hope of peaceful solution of problems, the Chinese and Japanese armies are now engaged in "un-
official" war.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L
Chicago ............57 32
New York......54 37
Pittsburgh..47 41
St. Louis...........46 42
Boston.............44 47
Brooklyn ...........36 50
Cincinnati ..........36 50
Phillies .............36 56
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 5; New York 3.
Pittsburgh 1, Boston 0.
Philadelphia 1, Cincinnati 0.
Only games scheduled.
Games Today
Boston at Pittsburgh.
New York at Chicago.
Brooklyn at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.

Pet.
.640
.593
.534
.523
.484
.419
.419
.391

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Where To Go.,

Theatre: Michigan: "Interne s
Can't Take Money," with Barbara
Stanwyck and Joel McCrea; Majes-
tic: "Wee Willie Winkie," with
Shirley Temple and Victor McLagen;
Wuerth: "When's Your Birthday,"
with Joe E. Brown and "We're on the
Jury," with Victor Moore and Helen
Broderick; Orpheum: "Fifty Roads to
Town," with Don Ameche and Ann
Sothern and "Midnight Taxi," with
Brian Don Levy.
Play: Repertory Players production
"Pride and Prejudice."
Dancing: Summer Session Dance at
the League, The Blue Lantern at
Island Lake and Bartlett's at Pleas-
ant Lake.
Read Daily Classified Ads

Thirteen hundred Americans in Peiping found themselves in the center of renewed hostilities between
Japan and China. U.S. Marines guarded four gates of the international settlement behind sandbags, pre-
pared for "emergency" duty if the Japanese attempt to take the city. These Marines on duty in China man
a machine gun.

Chinese soldiers of the 20th Army are deployed along the Yangting
River southwest of Peiping on guard against Japanese attempts to take
over control of the river and the railway line in the distance. When
the fighting comes to close quarters, this sniper will unleash his big
sword.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
Uhiversity. Copy received at the *Mef at the baitant to the Presm

Department of Romane Languages
(112 R.L.) at least one week in ad-
vance. Lists of books recommended
by the various departments are ob-
tainable at this bf6.
It is desirable that candidates for
the doctorate prepare to satisfy this
requirement at the earliest possible

CAN'T BE TRUSTED
IONIA, July 30.-( P)-Two Mich-
igan Reformatory "trusties" escaped
Friday while they were working in
Riverside Park here. They were
Elmer Cole, 27, and Howard Zimmer-
man, 39. Cole was to be eligible for
parole Aug. 4.,

EMLOYE ELECTROCUTED
BATTLE CREEK, July 30.-(P)--
Claude E. Flower, 32, was electrocut-
ed in the Kellogg Company plant here
Friday. Reaching up to shut off the
volve of a water pipe that had sprung
a leak above his bran shredding ma-I
chine, he touched an electric motor.

TYPEWRITING
MIMEOGRAPHING
,romptly and neatly done by exper.-
,Aced operators at moderate prxu~s.
O. D. MORRILL
314 South State bvreei

I 3t8 3:30; 11:00 a.m. of sturd.
(Continued from Page 2)
Service at the Congregational Church.
Dr. Charles W. Brashares, minister
of the Methodist Church, will speak
:on the topic "My Idea of God."
Deutscher Verein: There will be a
program of music and dramatic read-
ings on Monday, Aug. 2, at 8:15 p.m.
in the Grand Rapids Room of the
League.
The Men's Education Club has
changed its meeting date from Mon-
day to Tuesday, Aug. 3 so that all
men wishing to attend the Cabaret
Dinner sponsored by the Women's'
Education Club may be free to go.
Dance Lecture and Demonstration:
Miss Katherine Manning, a member
f the Humphrey-Weidman Dance
Group and a member of the Summer
!Session faculty, will give a lecture
iemonstration on Tuesday evening,
Aug. 3, at 8:30 p.m. in the dance stu-
dio on the second floor of Barbour
Gymnasium.

date. A brief statemen of the na-
ture of the requirement, which will
leaving Ann Arbor at 11 a.m. Any be found' helpful, may be obtained at
other students especially those from the office of the Department.
foreign countries, who would like This announcement applies only to
i candidates in the following depart-
to see a first-class consolidated school ments: Ancient and Modern Lan-
plant are ,invited to join with this guages and Literatures, History, Ec-
class. Please leave your name in onomics, Sociology, Political Science,
Room 12, University Hall, or call Ex- Philosophy, Education, Speech, Jour-
tension 673, or meet the class at the nalism, Fine Arts.
school about 11:30 a.m. Secretary in Department of
Romance Languages.
Reading Examinations in French:
Candidates for the degree of Ph.D. All graduate students who expect
in the departments listed below who to complete the requirements for a
wish to satisfy the requirements of degree at the close of the Summer
a reading knowledge during the Sum- Session have not already filed the di-
mer Session, are informed that an ploma application should call at the
examination will be offered in Room office of the Graduate School, 1006
103, Romance Language Building, Angell Hall, to check their records
from 9 to 12, on Saturday morning, and to secure the proper blank to be
Aug. 14 (instead of Aug 7 as pre- used in making application for the
viously announced). It will be neces- degree. This application must be
sary to register at the office of the filed this month. C. S. Yoakum, Dean.

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NEW
THINGS

day in a truck-automobile accident.
He was riding on the rear of the The class in School Administration,
truck. Lawrence Miller, driver of B 249, is planning to visit the Lincoln
the automobile, was held on a negli- Consolidated School seven miles be-
gent homicide charge. yond Ypsilanti, Thursday, Aug. 5,

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NOTICE!

flUfiUnir
SUNDAY DINNER
Choice of one:
California Fruit Coupe Chicken Gumbo Louisiana.
Jellied Consomme or Essence of Clam en Tasse
Iced Grape Juice
Branch Celery Mixed Olives Sweet Pickles
Breaded Fresh Michigan Frog Legs, a la Remoulade $1.10
Roast Stuffed Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce $1.10
Glaced Imported Holland Ham, Sliced Pineapple $1.10
Grilled Pork Tenderloin, Fresh Peach Fritters $1.10
Chilled Chicken Salad Plate, Union Style $1.10
UNION SPECIAL STEAK DINNER $1.35
Tenderoin or Porterhouse with French Fried Potatoes to order.
Candied Sweet Potato or Potatoes au Creme
New Lima Beans au Beurre or Cauliflower Hollandaise
Frozen Punch
Orange and Cheese Salad

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they're Easy To Get
When You Buy Them
MICH IGAN DAILY WAY
There's always something new coming
out that strikes your fancy . .. some-
thing to wear, something for your
home, any one of hundreds of different
things! Wise women aren't deprived
of the things they want . . . they shop
The Daily ads, where they know it's a
simple matter to make their budgets
meet their demands.
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Due to a misunderstanding, the former Laura
Belle Stock does NOT have to move; therefore
Ann Arbor has another chance to save on the

numerous bargains offered.

Despite our in-

creased time, prices will not go up again.

Our

drastic reductions will not cease, but it is wise to
get down as soon as possible for better selection.

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