THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 193T
T HIE MICHIGAN DAILY
Of The DAY
(By The Associated Press)
Thought Lost, Mine
Owner Finds Way Out
MARION, Ill., Aug. 11.-(P)-The
strength that led him to safety,
through mud, water, slime and com-
plete darkness, returned rapidly to-
night to Jesse Wilson, 28-year-old
coal operator, who had been lost 36
hours in the tunnels in an old aban-
Wilson reached the entry while
members of a searching crew still
were far in the recesses of the mine.
He had gone into the pit, which
adjoins his own mine, on an inspec-
tion trip. His miner's lamp went out,
he said, when he stumbled into a
shallow pit of water. His matches
became soaked and he was unable to
light the lamp again.
"I haven't any idea how far I
wandered," he related. "Finally I
stumbled over a piece of track. I
knew that if I could follow the trackI
long enough, I would come to a
switch. Then I could find my way
out, because a switch always points
to the mine bottom."
Court Fines Last
of6 Lansing Strikers
MASON, Mich., Aug. 11.--(P) -
Justice William Seelye irl justice
court here today assessed Lee Gla-
zier, 38, and Homer Meister, 24, both
of Lansing, costs of $10 each on
charges of illegal picketing during
the recent strike at the Capitol City
Wrecking Company plant of Lansing.
The action cleared the court docket
of six cases which grew out of the
Lansing strike. The defendants were
accused of unlawful interference with
Lester Washburn, president of the
Lansing local of the United Auto-
mobile Workers, and Lawrence Chris-
tian, previously were convicted but
their cases have been appealed to
the Ingham County circuit court.
similar charges against Mrs. Nevah
Washburn, wife of the union of-
ficial, and Mrs. Vera Christian, were
The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures
Charles "Gus" Dorais (above), Notre Dame alumnus and coach at the
University of Detroit, has been named to coach the Collegiate All-Star
foctball team which will meet the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field,
Chicago, Sept. 1.
Walls of stone are no barrier for this powerful Austrian .tank, shown in maneuvers near Bruck. Plowing
along at high spoed, this metal monster crashes headlong through a brick barricade as though it were made of
matches. Modern rough riders man these machines as they hurtle some obstacles and plunge right through
GRAZ, Austria, Aug. 11.-(P)-All
available copies of Reichs Fuehrer
Hitler's book, "Mein Kampf," (My
Life) were torn up and stamped on
today by 50 members of the pro-gov-
ernment fatherland front when they
stormed a bookshop here.
Congressman John E. Miller
(above) of the second Arkansas
district, has been nominated to op-
ppoe Gov. Carl E. Bailey for the
United States Senate seat left va-
cant by the late Joseph T. Robin-
PORTAGE r LAKE
Awaits Piggy-Back Baby. Roaring over Rochester, England, on a successful test flight, this carrier plane
for Imperial Airways' dual-plane scheme for trans-Atlantic service is ready for the small ship which will be
carried "piggy-back" style into the air and launched from the wing. The object of the novel plan is to allow
larger loads in the small machine.
Cleveland 5-7, St. Louis 2-2.
Washington 5, Philadelphia 4.
New York 8-10, Boston 5-4.
(First game 14 innings; second
game called end of seventh, dark-
Chicago at Detroit, rain.
St. Louis at Cleveland.
New York at Boston (2).
Chicago at Detroit (2).
Philadelphia at Washington.
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St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 2.
Chicago 5, Pittsburgh 1.
Boston at New York, rain.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia, rain.
Boston at New York.
Pittsburgh at Chicago.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (2).
Cincinanti at St. Louis, played
Where TO Go
Theatre: Michigan: "Men In Ex-
ile," with Dick Purcell and June
Travis and "Slim," with Pat O'Brien;
Majestic: "Mamma Steps Out," with
Alice Brady and Guy Kibbee and
"Melody for 2," with James Melton
and Patricia Ellis; Wuerth: "Dr.
Bull," with Will Rogers and "You
Only Live Once," with Sylvia Sidney
and Henry Fonda; Orpheum: "As
You Like It," with Elizabeth Berg-
ner and "She's Dangerous," with Tala
Birell and Cesar Romero.
Play: Repertory Players produc-
tion "H.M.S. Pinafore."
Concert: Carillon concert at 7:30.
Dancing: The Blue Lantern at
Island Lake and Bartlett's at Pleas-
DURALUMIN'S FINDER DIES
BRESLAU, Germany, Aug. 11.-(P)
Three persons were killed at Daytona Beach, Fla., when a 14-passenger Eastern Air Lines plane crashed
into a newly constructed power line near the airport and fluttered helplessly into a thicket. It was the first
fatal accident for the line. The wreckage is shown here.
If Chianr Uses His Best Troops.
He May Lose Political Power
The question of how the "crack di- modernized divisions probably will
visions" of Generalissimo Chiang put up a much better fight than
Kai-Shek's Central Chinese army will the shabbily equipped and poorly led
fight against the Japanese must wait forces the Japanese have encounteredj
on an even more urgent question. thus far.
That is, will Chiang risk his army? Near Nanking, General Chiang
Not only would actual combat in- maintains an ambitious training
volve its prowess, but also Chiang's school.E
very position as China's No. 1 man. For 6 years German officers, now
China-or various factions of Chi- numbering about 50, have been work-
nese-have been fighting Japan for ing with the Chinese. Their chief is
6 years. And never yet has Chiang General Falkenhausen, formerly a
risked his "crack" troops. standout in the Reichswehr.
They are the greater part of his The system has been for a selected
political capital. If he smashes them division to move to Nanking and go
against the Japanese, as other Chi- through the mill for several months.
nese armies have been smashed, he Late estimates had it that 38 divisions
will have shot his wad and lost. -perhaps 450,000 men-had $been
But, if the clash does come, these through the grind. But they are
scattered and their quality varies.
The German instructors judge the
Chinese soldiers and junior officers
as almost equal to Japanese regulars
in localized combat. But the Chinese
high command knows very little about
handling large bodies of troops.
The Japanese, moreover, would
have great superiority in mechaniza-
tion, artillery and probably in air-
As to morale, that of the Chinese
armies has not been tested, while
nost ofs the Japanese are eterans
wihan almost ffanaticalr willingness/ 1
to die for their emperor.4
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