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Murphy To Call
house, Senate
Into Session
Confers With Schroeder,
Nowicki; Will Send All
Members Telegrams
LANSING, Aug. 3.-(P)-Governor
Murphy and the House and Senate
leaders agreed tonight to call the
Legislature into session again Thurs-
day, in the hope of partially com-
pleting the administration program
that collapsed last week.
Murphy conferred with Speaker
George A. Schroeder, of the House,
and Lieutenant Governor Leo J. Now-
icki, presiding officer of the Senate.
It was decided to send telegrams to
all members immediately asking them
to reconvene at 2 p.m. Thursday.
It will then be up to the Legislature
to decide whether to go back to work
on the Governor's bills or to order a
legal adjournment of the confused
special session.
"Should Act On Legislation"
"Personally I think all pending leg-
islation should be acted upon," the
Governor said. "If it is determined
that the Legislature will not come
back except to adjourn legally that
course will have to be accepted, but
it will mean I will have to order
another extra session shortly.
"It is the duty of every member
to vote on each of these issues. It
would save money and would prge
the Senate of an illegal act, however,
if a constitutional adjournment is or-
Attorney General Raymond W.
Starr submitted an opinion holding
that the extra session which was de-
serted by the Senate last Friday still
is in existence. He held that the only
way it can be ended, and the only
way the $200,000 a year snow removal
bill for northern Michigan can be
made valid is for a quorum of both
houses to return and adopt a concur-
rent adjournment resolution.
17 Senators Will Return
Nowicki declared he is sure 17 sen-
ators will return to accept, an ad-
journment resolution which previous-
ly had been adopted by the House.-
Initial House action would safeguard
the Senate against the submission of
other measures. The Lieutenant-
Governor said the Senators probably
will want to know that nothing but
adjournment is to be considered, be-
cause they won't return "on a wild
goose chase."
Meanwhile the mock session of the
Legislature took on a more precise
air. For the first time since the
Senate walked out last Friday night
and left the House in session, the
Lieutenant-Governor presided. Only
three senators-John C. Wickstrom,
Democrat; Norway, and Tom Burke
and James A. Murphy, Detroit-were
present. Nowicki declared the ses-
sion adjourned until Wednesday. In
the House 27 members answered the
roll call.
Bengals Earn
Final Victory
In Ed League
The Tigers finally clinched first
place in the Education League yes-
terday afternoon by virtue of a 19 to 3
victory over the cellar Indian club.
In the other game of the day, the
Panthers, who ended up in second
position, bowled over the Bees 3 to
1, leaving the losers buried in the
Final standings give the Tigers six
victories for a 1.000 average and the
top position. The Panthers pulled in
with three wins and three loses, stay-

ing a neck ahead of the Bees and In-
dians who both won two while drop-
ping four contests.
In the University League the
league-leading Cards prepared for
their Thursday contest with the
Chemists by knocking off the Cubs,
11-5.. The basement Chem men up-
set the Faculty after eight innings,
15 to 13 in the day's other match.
The standings in the league show the
Cards have five victories and one
defeat while the Cubs and Faculty
share the runner-up hole with three
wins and three loses apiece. Chemists{
and Yanks are cooling off ih the base-
ment with two victories and four de-
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3.-(P)-Sec-
retary Hull appointed Frederick Lar-
kin of Flint, today to be chief of the
office of foreign service building in
the State department. He will have'
charge of constructing and maintain-
ing embassies, legations and con-
sulates throughout the world.
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II Summer Camps
Aid In Study Of
I Child Growth
The use of childrens' summer
camps to study the psychology of
child development and methods of
child education, with both under-
graduates and graduate University
students serving as counsellors has
proven eminently successful, Prof.
Willard C. Olson of the School of
Education said in a lecture yesterday
at the University High School audi-
At two camps provided by the W.
W. Kellogg foundation in coopera-
tion with the University, students are
given practice in leadership and of-
fered responsibilities which could not
possibly be afforded if they were not
spending 24 hours a day with the
youngsters. The training thus af-
avour II, T.O.M. forded is of great value, Professor
.. Ranger (left) Olson said.
ular course with Counsellors are rotated into all but
a few specialized jobs so that their
experiences are varied at these two

Harold S. Vanderbilt's snub-nosed Ranger won her second consecutive race from Ende
Sopwith's challenger, in the latest of the yachting series for possession of America's Cup
shown here after it passed the Endeavour, rounded the final marker of the 30-mile triang
two and a half miles to spare.

Detroit Becomes Archdiocese As
Mooney Is Made An Archbishop

LANSING, Aug. 3.-(P)-The State
Liquor Control Commission today be-
gan the task of refunding almost $2,-
000,000 to municipalities as their

coeducational camps, which support
three three week periods apiece each
summer and give vacations to a total
of over 1,000 specially selected chil-
dren. Daily behavior journals, case
studies and classroom discussions are
made of each case by the student-
counsellors, he declared.
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DETROIT, Aug. 3.--(P)-DetroitPius XI on May 31, his eightieth share of State Liquor license fees.

Arriving in New York aboard the liner Bremen, Mrs. Bruno Richard
Hauptmann, widow of the executed Lindberg kidnaper, still protested
her husband's innocence and declared she has uncovered "new evi-
dence." She was accompanied by her son, Manfried, 4. They are shown
with Julius B. Braun, head of a private detective bureau, who met them
at quarantine.

became the seat of the seventeenth birthday, were formally effectuated
Catholic Archdiocese in the United when the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Stephen S.
States today and the most Rev. Ed- Woznicki, notary, intoned three Papal
ward Mooney was enthroned as Mich- bells during the ceremony in the
igan's first Archbishop in ceremonies Church of the Blassed Sacrament.
which invoked all the pomp and sol- The first proclaimed the division
emn pageantry of the Catholic of the old Diocese of Detroit and the
Church. creation of the new Diocese of Lan-
sing, composed of 15 counties.
The history-making jurisdictional The second proclaimed the new
changes will continue tomorrow, Archdiocese of Detroit, composed of
when Archbishop Mooney installs the the entire state of Michigan, separat-
most Rev. Joseph H. Albers, now aux- ing the Lower Peninsula dioceses
iliary Bishop of Cincinnati, as Bishop ofsDetroithLansing and Grand Rap-
of the new Lansing diocese. ids from the Archdiocese of Cincin-
nati and removing the Upper Penin-
Five of the ten Archbishops and 41 sula Diocese of Marquette from the
of the 58 bishops who participated Milwaukee Archdiocese.
in today's ceremony will be in Lan- The third released Archbishop
sing tomorrow for the installation, Mooney from his obligations as
which will be the first official act bishop of the Rochester (N.Y.) dio-
of Michigan's archbishop. cese and appointed him metropolitan
The changes promulgated by Pope of the new province.

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Brilliant 20th century floodlights glorify the old stones of West-
minster Abbey, some of which date to 1080. The recent Coronation was
its 36th, but its first to see such innovations as radio and newsreels.

There's A Lot
Of Jekyll-Hyde
It's a Dr. Jekyll-Mr. Hyde business
-playing golf.
That's the way Mrs. Ray S. Fel-
lows of Tulsa, Okla., president of thef
Women's Trans-Mississippi Golf as-
sociation, looks at it. -
Even your best friend may make
the worst kind of a golf partner, Mrs.
Fellows thinks, while your most ob-
jectionable enemy may be the best
of opponents.
And Mrs. Fellows is not alone in
her feeling.
It's all a matter of consideration
for the other fellow.
The same people who lord it overI
a waiter in a public dining place bawl
out their caddy on the club course.
They expect him to wade into!
marshes and deep woods to find a ball
they couldn't hope to find themselves
-and then lambast him publicly be-7
cause he doesn't.
All he can do is stand and take it.;
The people who make the worst;
losers in poker games insist on talking
or stalling until they unnerve everyr
other player at the table.
Women Poor Sports
That is especially true of women.
For women, in general, are poor
sports on the golf links.
They waste many hours in actual
tournament play deciding which clubI
to use-and practicing with those
clubs until their partners and oppon-
ents are ready to take advantage of
the nearest sit-down facilities.
They can't seem to understand that
"keeping out of line" means just that
-staying in a position entirely out
of range while their opponent is mak-
ing her putt. (That includes not
standing in back of the player).
Observe The Honor
In spite of all the rules and regu-
lations about "observing the honor"

Roosevelt Hits
Rigid Dollar
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3.- (A) -
President Roosevelt argued today
that any rigid formula for stabilizing
the dollar would be dangerous at
present in view of the "rapidly shift-
ing international scene."
The Chief Executive expressed this
view in a letter to Senator Thomas
(Dem., Okla.) opposing Thomas' bill
to give the federal reserve board
power to regulate currency values.
The Thomas measure would em-
power the board to adjust the dol-
lar's value so as to maintain stable
rices. The board would be author-
ized to stabilize the dollar at a level it
deemed desirable.
50-Yard Back Stroke
Won By Morgenroth
Victory in the 50 yard back stroke
Monday afternoon with a 36 second
showing left Bill Morgenroth far
ahead of the crowd in the all-campus
swimming meet with 620 points.
Lee Lyons, who pulled in second in
the back-stroke event, also holds sec-
ond place in the summarized stand-
ings with 460 points, while Jack Flow-
ers, who was third in Monday's con-
test, trails the two leaders with 340
Today's event will be the 100 yard
free style race. It is scheduled to
take place in the Intramural pool at
4:30 p.m.
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Someth ing
Fi~nd it
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