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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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I~OURT TO
I TTEST GASES
vestigating Commissions
le Information Is
Questioned
RTY MENTIONED}

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Professor Mickle Views Huge
Cavern And Other Phenomena
S e A ic1an Flag Frined of Rock south of Newmarket, is also interest-
At Endless CaTe in - ing though more commnonI. HICrE
Virginia there i are two formations that at-
tract attention, the first being an
A cavern a mile and a quarter long exact reproduction of the United
and about 300 feet under ground, States flag, the other lace-like for-
seemingly filled with huge slices ofj mations throughout the cave that are
as delicate . looking as the finest
crisply fried bacon was viewed by Irish lace.
Prof. F. A. Mickle of the mechanical "The lighting of these caves has
engineering department this summer been a remarkable feat of engineer-
on a trip in the South with Mrs. ing," said Professor Mickle. "In no
Mickle and several friends. place can one see Ihe bulbs or the re-
This unnatural cave of bacon, com- flectors, nor are the wires visible.
monly called the Shenandoah cavern Lead cables, of course, had to be used
is in Mount Jackson, five miles north; throughout so they would not be Ie- I

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ATTENTION

F RATERNITIES and SORORITIES
Your Next Party Will be a Success If You Serve Delicious
French and Danish Pastry

It leas at the Sign of
The 0olde Oak I
Luncheon, 11-2
Dinner, 5-8
Private Dining Room
Evening Parties and Sunday Evening Luncheons

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Washington, Oct. 10.-(By A. P.)-
,ecent congressional investigations
ave resulted in. such strenuous chal-
inges of the right of legislative com-
ittees and other governThnent agen-
es to inquire into the affairs of cor-'
orations and individuals, that the
ibjeot has become one of the most
nportant the Supreme Court will be
alled upon to decide during the pres-
it session.
The question has reached the court
1 several phases. In three cases
om Maryland, brought by the Fed-
ral Trade Commission against Ham-
lond, Snyder & Co., the Baltimore
rain Company and the IT. C. Jones
ompany, theeissue was the power of
ie Senate to gather information
hrough the commission concerning
he grain trade for use in the draft-
tg of legislation. The issue square-
presented was whether Congress,
1 procure the informatidn it required
.ight constitutionally confer upon an
iministrative body authority to com-
el corporations to furnish it.
In the Claire Furnace case the ques-
on was whether Congress, in .con-
rring authority upon the same com-
dission to gather information re-
ardiiig the production, ownership,
ianufacture, storage and distribu-
on of foodstuffs and other nec^ssa-
es of life, hd conveyed fficient
s ibroad power upon the conmission
enable it to compel corporations
ngaged in selling steel products to
ake reportsons their business.
The most direct challenge of thej
uthority which congressional inves-
gating committees have long exer-
setd reached the court in the gov-!
nmenft's appeal in a case to compel
. S. Daughterty to produce records
the Midland National Bank called l
) by the Senate committee investi-
ating former Attorney General
augherty.
It is expected that the Harry F.
Inclair contempt case, now pending
i the courts of the District of Col-
mnbia, will reah the Supreme Court
t the present term, and results in
determination of the power of con-
ressional committees to compel wit-
asses appearing before them to ans-
er questions and furnish papers
hi'ch the committe may call for.

TH-IE CITY PASTRY SHOP
516 East Liberty Street, one Block from State Street. Phone 3310-J

At the Corner of So. University and' Forest.

Phone 3361-W

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Cakes for All Occasions. Orders Taken.

of Newmarket, Va. Instead of thet
usual stalagmites and stalactites onet
sees in caverns of this nature, the
rock formations in the ShenandoahI
cave have preferred to assume the
aspect of huge slices of nicely I
brownted bacon.
In this cave 'is also the Diamond
cataract which has the appearance of
a frozen waterfall about 20 feet highj
and feet wide. This is the only
spectacle in the cave that is lighted
with colored lights; the natural beau-I
ty of the place is such that ordinaryI
white lights are used.
The Endless cavern, two miles

terioratedl by the peculiar nature of
the rock."
Vote by Absentee Ballot, on (Camiip us.
Your Subscription is payable now.

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Don't Mail It When We Can Do It Quicker.
Our Service Always Satisfies.
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,ENMO)S, ATTEZNTION

Senior pictures will be on
sale at the 'Ensian office until
Thanksgiving. After this date
no pictures will be sold.

204 North Main Street

Phone 2355

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LAST TIMES TODAY

HERBERT RAWLINSON
WITH RUTH DWYER IN
is Mystery Girl"

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excellent outside paint will preserve and
protect it and give it a certain "newness"
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later.
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Phone 3547

1ICS SHNOW BETTER
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In a report received today by Prof.
Z. C. Glover, secretary of the School
of Pharmacy, it has been shown by
the mental test, given in the school,
that the average grade has increased
considerably over the average of last
year. The test, which is given every
year, is required of all incoming stu-
dents in the pharmic school. Al-
though no plans have been made as
yet, a similar test may be given in
several of the other schools on the
campus.
Lecture Tickets
Still Available
Applications for $I oratorical sea-
son -tickets will be receivable until
next Tuesday at the office of the Ora-
torical association, Room 3211 Liter-
ary building. Those tickets remain-
ing will be disposed of at the box of-
fice at Hill auditorium from 1:30 to
5:00 o'clock Tuesday.
The sale of $2.50 tickets will con-
tinue until one week from Tuesday
when the remaining tickets Will like-
wise be disposed of at the box office
in Hill auditorium.
Evanston, Ill., Oct. 9.-Northwest-
ern University is to present its repre-
sentatives in the Olympic gameswith.
a bronze tablet inscribed with the
names of the four contestants who
participated in the contest this sum-
mer.
France Decorates
American Lawyer

Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, Detroit
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
October 13, 14 and 15
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Fall
Send for " Historic Ameri.;'-n uLildings"

nodytear Welt, Rubber Heel
Patent Pumps

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