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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,

"Mike" Cochrane And New Tiger Boss

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Mickey Cochrane, 'manager of the Detroit Tigers for five ygtars,
during which he won two American League pennants, was given his
release by Owner Walter O. Briggs, Sr., after the poor showing the
Tigers have made this season. Coach Del Baker was appointed to suc-
ceed him.. Cochrane (left) and Baker are shown here in the Tiger dress-
ing room after the shakeup had been announced.

Jn what C orner
By SUZY Q

Proposal Made
To Curb Auto
Finance Abuse'
Anti-Trust Charges May
Be Dropped If Affiliates
Accept Consent Decree
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8.-(P)-The
Justice Department submitted to in-
dependent auto finance companies
today a proposal for settlement of
the Government's anti-trust proceed-
ings against the Ford Motor Co. and
the Chrysler Corp.
The proposed consent decree, which
is subject to the approval of the Fed-
Federal district court at South Bend,
Ind., provides that the Government
drop its charges and that auto fi-
nance companies affiliated with Ford
and Chrysler abandon certain fi-
nance practices.
Proposal Submitted
The proposal was submitted to the
independent companies because they
had made complaints whichresulted
in the prosecution.
Details of the proposed decree were
not disclosed, but officials indicated
that it. would prohibit automobile
manufacturers from paying rebates
to dealers who insisted that all auto
purchases be financed through man-
ufacturer-affiliated companies.
The Ford Motor Co., Chrysler Corp.,
General Motors Corp., their affiliated
finance companies and 40 individuals
are under indictment at South Bend
on charges of violating the Sherman
Anti-Trust Act.
G. M. Not Mentioned
General Motors was not mentioned
in the official announcement of the
proposed settlement.
Among the Ford Company's repre-
sentatives at conferences concerning
the proposal was Donald R. Richberg,
former administrator of the National
Recovery Administration. The Gov-
ernment was represented by Assistant
General Thurman W. Arnold and
John J. Abt, a special assistant to At-
torney General Cummings.
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Opponents In Tense Ohio Primary Race
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Gov. Martin L. Davey (left), seeking nomination for a third term,
and Charles Sawyer (right), national committeeman, are the principal
contenders for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in Ohio's
primary election. Sawyer has charged Davey's workers were "intimidat-
ing" old age pensioners to vote for the Governor.
Camp Roth Foresters Pay Visit
To Canadian National Forest

Le gion Member
To Get Parole
Leslie Black To Go Free
If He Can Get Work
LANSING, Aug. 8--P)-The State
Parole Board today said it would
grant a parole to Leslie Black, mem-
ber of the notorious Black Legion
sentenced to prison for conspiring to
incite a riot in Detroit, as soon as he
could find employment.
Black was sentences to the State
Prison of Southern Michigan May 6,
1937, by Recorder's Judge John J.
Maher for a term of one to five
years. He was accused of participat-
ing in an attempt to break up a
political meeting at Detroit Northern
High School in behalf of Maurice
Sugar, Detroit Attorney. The alleged
conspirators were claimed to have
circulated literature purporting to
come from the Communist Party and
endorsing Sugar as a candidate for
Recorder's Court. They also tried to
cut power lines into the building, the
prosecution alleged.
forest nursery. This nursery, only
three years old, will soon have a
capacity of 42 million seedlings of
which about,15 million will be used
each year for planting on the Ottawa
National Forest. White, red, and jack
pines and white spruce are raised in
this nursery. A new cold storage
plant enables the nurseryman always
to be ready to ship planting stock at
a moment's notice. An overhead
sprinkler system will allow the 60
acres of the seedlings to come
through the hottest periods un-
harmed. The sprinkler system also
affords a quick and efficient means
of fertilizing the beds-a liquid fer-
tilizer being sent directly through the
irrigation system.
The Watersmeet District Headquar-
ters, Paulding CCC Camp, a timber
stand improvement area, a forest
plantation, a timber slye area, and
a stop at a recreational project on
Norway Lake completed the trip.
Mr. Hendee, Ranger Melick, and
Ranger Roberts stayed at Camp Fili-
bert Roth for dinner. After all the
questions had been answered, every-
one was ready. to retire. It had been
a long day, but an interesting and
instructive one.

A trip by truck over a representa-
tive area of the Ottawa National For-
est broke the daily routine of class
work for the 62 foresters in Camp
Filibert Roth last week. The entire
camp personnel made the trip which
began at 7:30 in the morning and
ended with a late supper at 6:45 p. m.
Clare Hendee, the Supervisor of the
Ottawa National Forest took time off
from his regular duties and acted as
chief guide. Ranger Max Melick of
the Watersmeet district and Ranger
T. E. Roberts of the Kenton district
also accompanied the group.
The first stop was made at the
Watersmeet Fish Hatchery where,
Mr. Marks, the superintendent, ex-
plained the work of this department
of the Conservation Commission. Here
lake, brook, and rainbow, as well as
German brown trout are hatched
from eggs and are reared in specially

constructed tanks which have water
at a constant temperature of 50 de-
grees F. running through them. Over
1,800,000 trout are raised at this hat-
chery every year. The young trout
are fed on a diet of ground beef
hearts until, after three months, they
have reached a large enough size to
be transferred to the rearing ponds.
Here they are fed liver, heart, and
some commercial foods until ready
for "planting" in the 3,000 miles of
trout streams this hatchery supplies.
In addition to the trout this hatchery
annually "plants" one million blue-
gills, 100,000 bass, 100,000 perch, and
15 million wall-eyed pike in the 800
lakes of this district.
The Toumey Nursery at Waters-
meet was the next stopping place.
Here nursery superintendent Snyder
gave us a lot of first hand informa-
tion on the problems of running a

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The next to the last weekend of the Summer Session has passed to the
Great Beyond, and with its passing comes a noticeable slowing down of
campus social life as exams and other sinister worries
raise their ugly heads.
The Landscape Design trip to the Cascades at Jack-
son and other points of interest Saturday afternoon
drew a goodly crowd. Jack Brennan drove a carful
some of whom were Bill MacIntyre, Margaret Tichenor,
Mary Fran Browne, Bill' Canfield, Lalmus Monterey
Markham. Jr., Marve Taylor, "Colonel" George and
Prof. G. G. Ross.
Saturday's moonlight excursion out of Detroit to
Bob-Lo had on board such notables as Butch Jordan,
Priscilla Ehlers, Don Siegel, Marion Fitzpatrick and
Denny Coon. Mark Cheever entertained his family at
a picnic supper Sunday, said family having made the
perilous journey from Detroit to see him.
Looking, For The Loch Alpine Monster
Loch Alpine. still is the swimming spot on hot August afternoons. Last
Wednesday Nancy Goosard, Albert Wickett, Howard Durfee, Ellis Wunsch
and Phil Newman were out there thrashing around, probably
in the hope of seeing the mysterious showerbath-taker who
appears at odd intervals in the runway between the two lakes.
Doug Miller, Dick Shroth and Margaret Beckham swam
at Whitmore Lake Sunday night, and at Westwood early last
week cavorted Lois Gillen, Mari Johnson, Genevieve Spurgeon
and Luther Buss, listening to "Richard Dix" Heidt and his band
For A Swim At Barton Pond
Swimming at Barton Pond along about Wednesday night
were Ted and Sue Bragg, -4A's most fascinating young married
couple, Dave Underwood and Jeanne Roberson. Jeanne, who
is here for a short visit, gave a bridge brawl yesterday after-
noon for some old pals including Barbara Heath, Becky Bursley, Mary Ellen
Wheeler, Mary Johnson, Betty Whitney, Sue Bragg and Mary Ervin.
Partaking of a marvelous home-cooked meal at Fee
Menefee's Friday evening were Kay Steiner and Katherine
Brown. On the picnic given at Hudson Mills by a group
of Law students Tuesday were Stec McCollum, till Hunter,
Bill Orr and Pat Potter.

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Characters Spotted At Eastwood
Eastwood Friday night lured Marie McElroy,
Jim McCord, Dick Goodell and Eleanor Ann Hanavan.
Friday at the League meant a being-smooth night for Ed Egle, Betty Nixon,
Ed Goodell, Julia Hart, Phyllis Gambel and Martin Scheisler.
Opening night at the play last Wednesday saw Betty Bonisteel
and Jay Taylor firmly ensconced in their places. Al Lehndorff and
Milton Wurl have been prowling the wilds of the Saginaw Forest
collecting specimens for systemic botany, but to date the only things
corralled have been a couple of double-decker ice creams. Whoops,
boys!
Social Note: Clayton Hepler did not travel to Coloma this week-
end to visit his friend Francesse Selter. As if anybody cares.

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Prof. Edgar G. Johnston, principal
of the University High School, will
devote a leave of absence during the
coming year to dispensing informa-
tion obtained through a national co-
operative study of secondary school
standards.
Having completed a five-year study
sponsored by the General Education
board of the Rockefeller foundation
and six accrediting organizations,
P~rofessor Johnston will interpret the
results of thenstudy to principals in
various high schools, through con-
ferences.
Acting as principal in Professor
Johnston's absence will be John M.
Trytten, coordinator of guidance ac-
tivities at University High School and
director in charge of courses for com-
mercial teachers in the School of
Education since 1931.
Former Professor Here
Dies In Iowa At Age 70
Prof. John H. Griffith, formerly of

MikyGoes
To Wyoming
For Vacation
DETROIT, Aug. 8.-(IP)-Altering
his plans, Mickey Cochrane, deposed
manager of the Detroit Tigers, left
the city today by plane for Chicago
on the first leg of a vaction trip to a
Wyoming ranch. He originally had
intended to leave tomorrow.
Cochrane said he planned to re-
main a day in Chicago with his small
daughter and friends. Mrs. Cochrane
and her son will leave here Tuesday
for Chicago where the former Bengal
leader will join them in the trip to
Cody, Wyo.
Mickey spent this morning getting
his fishing tackle in shape, packing
and bidding goodbye to friends. He
went to Briggs Stadium and cleaned
nai hk nfirp en snnandy with

Ford At Summer Home
MARQUETTE-(P)--Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Ford were at their summer
home at Huron Mountain Club Mon-
day night after having arrived here
earlier in the day from Detroit
aboard the freighter Henry Ford IL.

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DINNER at 7:00
A fine hot weather dinner
awaits you at Flautz's where
you can dine in a restful at-
mosphere.

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