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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AFOLLETTE SAYS
SLUSH FUND EXISTS

' ''ers Offcial
WesO a SIGMADELTAHIMS
Will Retire Soon fa..a.*

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S luater, Speaking in 1etroit,
Results of Corrupt
Practices

Fears

LETTER QUESTIONED

Detroit, Mich., Oct. 9.-(By A. P.)
-Sentator Robert M. LaFollette, In-
dependent presidential candidate de-
chred here tonight in his first cam-
paign speech in the middle west that
"the use of money in doubtful states
is only one of the methods by which
the Republican national committee
and its financial supporters are striv-
ing to save their candidates from ut-
ter defeat.."
"Far more insidious, far more cor-
rupt in its ultimate social conse-
quences," he added, " is the use of the
financial and economic power of bus-
iness interests to intimidate and co-
erce citizens who are giving their
support to the Progressive ticket.
This pressure is being brought to
bear upon business men, home own-
ers, borrowers and employers-upon
every class of citizen whose economic
positions enables the powerful inter-
ests to apply the thumbscrew."
Declaring that the Senate commit-
tee on campaign expenditures which
he has requested to make an investi-
gation of the "slush fund" charge is
"not a white washing committe," the
Wisconsin senator said he was con-
fident that "when the Borah commit-
tee turns the searchlight upon the
transactions of the Republican na-
tional committee, Mr. Butler will be
far less placid about the use of slush
funds for campaigning purposes than
he is today."
"At my leisure today," continued
the Senator, "I have been re-examin-
ing the wonder letter through which
the $600,000 fund for the state of
Pennsylvania is being solicited. I
have noticed an interesting fact. I
find that according to the letter
head the territory assigned to Mr.
Grundy's committee is specifically
defined as 'outside Pittsburgh dis-
trict.'"
"What does this mean? Why has
Pittsburgh, the stronghold of the
steel trust and the Mellon interests,
been set aside as a special hunting
ground for campaign collections? Ij
want to know what the quota for this
Pittsburgh district is. I want to
know how much is to come from the
Mellon bank and its affiliated inter-
ests.."

UUNINIUNGOMMITI ILS
Committees for the annual Michi-
gan Interscholastic Press Association
conferenced, sponsored by the Michi-
gan chapter of Sigma Delta Chi,
were announced at the regular meet-
ing of that organization last night at
the Union.
The appointments were made by
Carl E. Ohlmacher, '25, general chair-
man of the conference, and David M.
Bramble, '25, president of the local
chapter of Sigma Delta Chi. The fol-
lowing committees were chosen:
Housing and Registration, William
H. Stoneman, '25, Hyde Perce, '26,
Andrew Propper, '26, Elsa Ohlmacher,
'25, and Elizabeth Kennedy, '27;
Printing, Edward C. Mack, '26; Ban-
quet, Ronald T. Halgrim, '25, and Ed-
ward Higgins, '25; Reception, Albert
Koepcke, '25, Kenneth Kellar, '26, and
Joseph Kruger, '26;: Program, Paul
and David M. Bramble, '25. Mr. E. G
Einstein, '25, Carl E. Ohlimacher, '25,.
Burrows of 'the journalism depart-
ment will act as general committee
adviser.
The conference will probably be
held on the first weekend in Decem-
ber of this year. It has always been
held in the spring in the past, but4
several factors have combined to
make the earlier dtae more satisfac-
tory.
Chicago Secures
Egyptologist
Chicago, October 6.--Professor Alan
II. Gardiner, noted English Egyptol-

of Egyptian Archaeology, having held dren. The adult figure reclining at
that position since 1916. Perhaps his the left is a woman, holding in her
most widely known research was the outstretched hand a scroll and in the ,
discovery of the origin of the alpha- other a pen. Coming toward her is a
bet from inscriptions found in Sinai child bearing a lamp. On the opposite
in 1915. side and with his back to the first
figure, is a man holding toward the
Cravesecond child several stalks of wheat.
Crave Bas-Relief Inscribed on the background are the
F NB dn three Latin wards-"Scientia, Artes,
For N1ew Building XVeritas."
The roar of a compressed air Chicago, Ili., Oct. 9.--Despite rum-
chisle, a sound not unlike that made !err to the centrary, Manager John
by an aeroplane warming up, at- McGraw of the New York Giants, has
tracted a number of the student body assured Tip O'eill, business manager
in front of the new literary building cf10e proposed world tour of the
yesterday. A workman, pausing now Giants and Chicago White Sox, that
and then to view his art, was busy the trip has not been cancelled.
carving in bas-relief several figures
in the stone just over the middle dloor Santiago, Oct., 9.-Argentine, Brazil
of the main entrance. aid iUruguay have recognized the
The work, when completed, will por- new Chilean government.
tray learning, and will consist of four
characters, two adult, and two chil- Vote by Absentee Ballot, on Campus.

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Sauel Rea
Samuel Rea, regarded as one of the
world's greatest 'transportation ex-
ecutives, will have to resign from the
presidency of the Pennsylvania rail-
road in a year. Regulations of the
comxpany ,provide that an officer must
retir, at 70, and Rea reaches that age
on Sept. 25, 1925.
Columbus, Oct., 9.--Fifty Ohio State
university football fans are making:
the trip to Iowa City to see the Ohio
State-lowa game tomorrow.

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Kagosh Ma, Japan. Oct., 9.-Maj. ogist, has been appointed Research
Pedro Zann, Argentine world flye professor of Egyptology in this de-
arrived here at 4:10 this morning from partment of the university. Prof.
Shanghai. Gardiner is now editor of the journal

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CARR WILL SPEAK AT
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Prof. W. L. Carr, head of the Latin 11
department of the University high
school, will speak at the dinner to b
held this evening at 6 at the Green
Tree Inn, by Phi Delta Kappa, honor-
ary professional educational frater-
nity. Professor Carr's address will
cover his recent research work in
Latin done for the Classical league
under the direction of the general edu-
cational board of Rockefeller institute.
Dr. Benjamin I. Wheeler, president
emeritus of the university of Call-
fornia, his son, who is an instructor in
the history department here, and Prof.
Campbell Bonner will be the guests
of honor.
As head of a staff at Ohio State
university Professor Carr for twoI
rears has conducted an investigation -
concerning the improvement of thq
teaching of Latin. His results are to
be published in a work of five vol-
umes, the first of which is now ready
for the press.
ENGINEERING FRUY
AIS CITY OF DETROIT

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Professors H. C. Anderson, of the
mechanical engineering department,
I. W. Miller of the department of
'drawing and mechanism, and H. E.
Riggs of the Civil engineering depart
ment, are the committee appointed by
the City of Detroit to prepare a list
of qualifications land quesions for
the department of water supply. These
lists are for civil and mechanical
engineers and draftsmen to enable the
city to get the best possible working
force from applicants for the work
on the extension of its water sys-
tent.
Dakota Freshmen
Roll Up Trousers

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Grand Forks, N. Dak., Octfl 9.-
Freshmen at the University of North
:Dakota must roll their left trouser
between noon and six o'clock, and
leg eight inches above their shoe tops
must not be seen conversing with
any co-ed, according to rules laid
down by the sophomore class. These
rules are to remain in effect until
class day contests, when they will be j
discontinued if the freshmen win.

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