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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, AUGUST 16, 1942

Coroner's Jury
To Investigate
Dodge's Death
Dowling Say's Questioning
Of Several Persons
Will Be Carried Out
By The Associated Press
DETROIT, Aug. 15.-The final
strange chapter of John Duval
Dbdge's life will be unfolded before
a coroner's jury here beginning next
Thursday.
Coroner Edmund J. Knobloch said
a jury of representative citizens
would be selected to determine, if
possible, how Dodge, son of the late
automobile magnate, suffered a 10-
inch skull fracture that resulted in
his death from a cerebral hemorr-
hage.
Meantime, Prosecutor William E.
Dowling said he would continue
questioning of several persons who
came into contact with Dodge during
the hours preceding Dodge's arrest
Wednesday morning and his sudden
collapse in a precinct police station.
Dowling said he was not yet satis-
fied he had been told the complete
story of Dodge's activities. Already,
the prosecutor has been told by Miss
Mignon Fontaine, 33-year-old inter-
ior decorator who roomed in the
home of Howard E. Lange, that she
fled the house when Dodge, visiting
there, attempted to enter her room
and started to pry a window screen
loose. It was this act, noticed by a
neighbor, that brought the police to
the scene.

Officils Read Presidential Proclamation That Ended Strike1

Plan To Sing
New Pieces
Iere Today

Power In Air lei'rMed Vital By Lee
SOMEWHERE IN OKLAHOMA, tacles. You would strike at its vital
/ ug. 15.-u"---Senator Lee <D- spot-between the eyes.
C kla.) Eaid today America's expand- .With air power, we canmIt the
ing air power offers her only hope of enemy between the eyes in BhrlIn
ccape from a war between the hem- I and Tokyo. We can destroy his com-
i, pheres "that would have possibili- merce and his industry and cause his

(Continued from Page 1

Hackett, tenor, Blair McClosky, bari-
tone and reader. Delta Dean Doran,
mevzo-soprano, Margaret Martin.
soprano. Mary Craigmiles, soprano.

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President Roosevelt's proclamation seizing the strike-bound plant of the General Cable Corporation
at Bayonne, N.J., is read by (left to right) Rear Admiral Harold G. Bowen, who was assigned to take
charge of the plant; Dwight R. Palmer, president o1 the corporation, and Brigadier-General R. K. Rob-

ertson, commander of an Army guard which was thrown about the
three-day strike and return to work after the Navy took over.

plant. Workers voted to end a

1 1 1

Schoolday Habit Carried Too Far

NEW YORK, Aug. 15.-(/)---Em-
ployes absenting themselves from
their jobs are giving American in-
dustry a problem as the labor short-
age increases, the National Industrial
Conference Board said today.
Employers must try to reduce vol-
untary absenteeism to a minimum,
the board said, while they mean-
while try to prevent illnesses and

accidents and reduce the time re-
quired for recovery.
"Women are more inclined to take
time off for shopping purposes than
men. and most of these are married
women who periodically devote a
whole day or part-day to buying
foodstuffs for their homes," the
board said.

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TODAY!

IMOVIE
?1'EVI_____
At The Micign .
Hollywood's Dorothy Lamour re-
turns to her sarong to star with
brawny Richard Denning in 'Beyond
the Blue Horizon' opening at the
Michigan today.
Miss Lamour goes Tarzan one bet-
ter with her swimming tiger and
chattering chimpanzee, in the trop-
ical love tale. The story concerns the
adventures of Tama (Dorothy La-
mour), a beautiful jungle reared girl,
who is trying to prove that her par-
ents were wealthy socialites who were
killed in Africa. Villain of the jungle
story is Makok, bull elephant that
goes berserk.
Playing opposite Miss Lamour as
Jakra, G-string clad, lion wrestler, is
Richard Denning. He's got the body,
he listens to Dottie's famous 'moon
songs', and leaps through trees in the
best tradition.
Playing lesser roles in 'Beyond the
Blue Horizon' are comedian Jack
Haley, Walter Abel, and Helen Gil-
bert.
At The State . .
With an all-comedy cast including
Henry Fonda, Lynn Bari, Don Ame-
che and Edward Everett Horton, 20th
Century Fox film. 'The Magnificent
Dope' will open at the State today.
Starring as Tad, a Vermont lad
who knows how to do one thing only,
rest, is Henry Fonda. 'The Magnifi-
cent Dope' better known as Tad is
beset by city slickers when he goes to
New York to collect a prize which he
won in a contest.
Chief source of distraction of the
befuddled country lad are the curves
of Lynn Bari. This rising starlet
plays the role of assistant to smooth
talking city slicker Don Ameche. The
attempts of these two to instill some
life into the Dope' and make him a
success in life constitute the source of
much of the comedy in the film.
Funny man Edward Everett Hor-
ton is another in the cast of the com-
edy.
Senator Suggests Oct. 1
For Dependent Benefits
WASHINGTON, Ag. 15.-()-A
mnember of the Senate Military Af-
fairs Committee suggested today that
a compromise might be arranged un-
der which accumulated benefits
could be paid the dependents of ser-
vice men any time after Oct. 1-a
month earlier than permissible un-
der present law.
The Senator, who requested that
his name not be used, stressed that
such legislation, if passed, would not
guarantee that the allowances and
allotments would be paid exactly on
Oct. 1. It merely would replace a sec-
tion of the law whichdprohibits such
payments before Nov. 1.
The allotment and allowance law
became effective as of June 1, which
would mean that a four months ac-
cumulation would be payable to de-
pendents on Oct. 1, if that date is
decided upon.

and Betty Masor, soprano.
Speaking of the event, Director
Louis A. Hopkins of the Summer Ses-
sion said, "this is the final Vespers
of the summer. It has become a cus-
tom of rich pleasure to join music
and worship as a phase of the Sum-
mer School and we are much in-
debted to the members of the staff
and the chorus of the School of Mu-
sic as well as to the Religious Educa-
tion Committee for these programs.
Both the faculty and the people of
Ann Arbor are invited to be our
guests.
-* * *
PROGRAM
Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707) ..j
(Cantata) ....."Rejoice Beloved
Christians."
Sinfonia................Organ
Soprano Solo (Margaret Martin)
."Beloved Christians, Now
Rejoice."
Chorus ...... "Hear Ye! The Lord
Cometh."
Fanfare ..................Organ
i iss Solo ......"Behold! I Come."
Trio (Dzlta Dean Doran, Arthur
Hackett, Blair McClosky) .. . "0
Come Lord Jesus."
Duet (Mary Craigmiles and Betty
Mason) ............."Amen."
Chorus :
Randall Thompson (1899- )
"The Peaceable Kingdom."
Say Ye To The Righteous."
"Woe Unto Them.",
"The Noise of a Multitude."
"Howl Ye."
"The Paper Reeds By The Brook."
-Have Ye Not Known?"
"Ye Shall Have a Song."

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t' :s of lasting for generations."
Speaking at the formal dedication
of a new mass production bomber
Rlant, one of the biggest and best
equipped in the nation. Lee declared
that United States offensive strate-
gy should be built entirely on the
basis of air power.
"When we speak of attacking our
enemies with land forces," he said,
"we are taking the hardest and
bloodiest road. You wouldn't try to
kill an octopus by cutting off its ten-

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President Donald W. Douglas of
the Douglas Aircraft Company.
which supervises the new plant in as-
sembling B-24 bombers, said he was
not at liberty to disclose the type,
size or number of planes the com-
pany is building.
"But I can tell you that large car-
go planes and giant transports are
under way."

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ahead of defense this year
more than ever before,"
declared "Fritz," "with
more wide-open play. more
tricks. Quarterbacks will
ganmble more, and so will
coaches." ... In answer to
a wiseacre's question if
there were any more Tom-
-my Harmons in sight, Cris-
-er grinned and shook his
head. "There'll never be
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.. Crisler will have enough
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AICHIGAN DAILY SERVICE EDITION

ANN ARBOR, MCHIGAN

AUGUST 16, 1942

Michigan Mentor

and Margaret Bourke-
White, noted photogra-
pher . . . All told, the Ora-
torical association will have
nine speakers throughout
the year at Hill Auditori-
um to keep University au-
diences informed.
Michigan men are active
on all fronts and Dr. Lowell
T.Coggeshall, professor of
epidemiiology at the Uni-
versity, is no exception .
Dr. Coggeshall has been
clearing African lands of
malaria and dysentery for
Pan-American Africa Air-
ways, Inc. . . . While in
Africa he also served as
director of the Air Corps
Ferry Command medical
officers . . . Back in Ann

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