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1924'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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U TO OPEN MEETIC

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Committee JProbes

Campaign Expenditures

hREED TOB DH0ISS

10Will Introduce Joephi A Marin a
1 Fall Convention of Egieers
at Detroit
BLANCHAR DTO TALC
Gardner S. Williams, '89E, consult
I ing engineer of the city of Ann Arbor
S will open the fall meeting of the
Armerican Society of Civil Engineers
it which will be held at the Hotel Tul
To ~ rIn Detroit Thursday, Friday and
SSaturday. Mr. Williams will intro-
ulW duce former acting Mayor Joseph A
t~fMartin of Detroit, who Vill welcome(
the members of the society, and the
dl turn the meeting over to the presi-
4!E dent, Mr. C. E. Grunskey of San Fan-
=clsco, Calif.,
tt Among the members who will ad-
-dress the society °are: Prof. 11. C
+;=Sadler, of the Marine engineering d--
Spartmnelt, Prof. A. H1. Blan chard of
t ,the highway engineering department,
G. S. Williams, '89E, L. C. Sabin, '90E,
1 . I. Sackett, '91lE, C. W. Hlubbel, '93E,
f . Yf;HI. Fenkell, ex'93E, T. "L. Crane,
1 13E and H. G. McGee, '13E.
1 Thursday and Friday will e given
Sover entirely to business session and
SSaturday the members of the Society
will stay in Ann Arbor for an in-
S spection tour of the buildings and
'l~ grounds of the University and in the
afternoon they will attend the Michi-
Iigan-Wisconsin football game.
Yesterday for the first time in
Stwenty years the Board of Directors
$of the American Society of Civil En-
t gineers held their meeting in Muichi-
gan. The Board held a short business
t session in the afternoon and at 6:30
Sjo'clock last night the local members
idof the American Society of Civil En-
gineers gave an informal dinner at
1 ~ the Union for the directors and their
1 wIves. 'Gardner S. Williams, presi-
ient of the Detroit-Ann Arbor sctin
of the American Society of Civil En--
I :gineers welcomed the Directors al
1 'Mrs. A. Downklce, theeloaldieto
eGeorage IDo. welcomedthe loc ladie.
1 1 .tn the Board of Directors, and Prof.
°*I. E. 'Riggs, of the civil engineering
I -e~ epv rt ent gave short talks.,
GLEE1 CLUB WILl. MAK
lb TIP To MONE NOV. 20
SMore than 50 members of the Glee
i club" appeared for the first =reearsal
Sheld "Monday night in the School of
l Music auditorium.- The next rehears-
ijall will take mlace from 5 to 5:45 o'-
clock on Thursday at thre same place.
ala The time has been advanced because
of a concert which is to be held there
l a~,or inl the evening.
It has been' defiit-1-y annunced
liby Carl B3 Sehoon aer, '25, langv
I of the chlui, that the firt trip il b,
l made to Monroe, Nov. 26, here a
S concert and dance will be given. I
j was also a nnounced that several re
first tenors are nreeed to co plete
the club membership and ,any st-
dents with ability along this hlinmr ,f
reclue:ted to see Scoonmaker in the
J mu'sicali activities room of the Uiot
ffrom 4 to 5:3M any= afternoon.
1dRdin " Club Will

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Senaite
("Mm aign2 expenditures of the presidentia
coiiductedl in Chicago by a senate committee al
2Tan iin2 session, until after the election. Linc
sec(1 it ts;Wiyin ;. Left to right: IDixon , K. D. IBo
Ma "3laud; QScmator T. B. Caraway, Democrat, A
2 tor' I ierik. Sbipstead, F~ar-mer-Labor, Minnesot..
"Li~ir rafiIsO
Staes Federal C
I Washington, Oct. 21.--(fly AT) sne,"
P: robibtltton en1forc'ement is beoig o o ( ~
I' ) 3e Aflcl ice every d~ay, and thiis a finfe an,
ml: 21rot cient in curbing the outflawed fferent Io(
jliquor traffic is Idue to better co-oiler- untail aga
f a tion between federal and local ane- 3he is 11"
Iu
1 hY 1t ASS, ascot uing to a resunie Of cnd, lisi
i rmiiitionl en foremrent byvthe fad-n _.. 1oYtu1ni

Investigating Committee
it andi congressional candid,
ppointedl in the last session
aml Dixon, western manager
;wen, court stenographer; Sen
Arkansas; Senator William F
a-.
ommissioner,
re prov ing tfi ea'i ldeterrent
,eaaing. The violator _ may pay
.1 coatinue buslness .iu a (lit-I
2ality under a different namve,
in7 apprehended. But when1
in jail his activities are at an
incomne stops, and heebias an

r: f ru - attend the Michigan-Wisconsin to
} f {, ,', -ball game.,
1 1.; .%{r 11illpeak it ('onvenlion of Iuntclp-
r . :.ry~ra? 1L iigute to be Held Ifere ntr
f 'Starting Tomorrow bI
HO~~ FOALK FRIDAYMAHATCLTl
.01. r Prof', Thoinaz ft. Reed, of the poll-
' s,: , l cienlec departmtenit, will deliver Prof. Charles de la Valle-Pouss
' 1 ry ' I an address> on "Cilty Charters,", at the of the mathematical department
i;Jursi. y fternaeon session of tihe the University of Louva-in, gavel
r ' aLeagrlie Gof!\ichi an Municipalities, ~cnilcuea :5ocokys
whIich will hold its annual l convention eon d etr t44 'lc et
% sfin Ann Arbor Thursday, Friday, and (lyinrmiOMsnhl I
r u; r E Satu.Ird ay.
!rFriday morning Prof. WX. C. Hoad, -_________________
"Mociul Sniatin."F'cia-afer
rrr 4 1rof the sanitary engineering depart-
'{nzen'*< will address the delegas eO AN'R ORAR
r':. f 1FERRED BY HUNDR.I
inoon will be dlevoted to a sight 'seefing
x 1,. tour of Ann Arbor and txe Univer siy. SUPERIOR QUALITY
civil liabiliti. T ' ax enalt )r y figrs' P O E U
ates are the subject of a probe being ;are not yet comnpiled, bMit will swell
for the purpose. The body will re- the total collection considerably. I Telep'
ofthe Democratic campaign, is "Th ijfeII~I lo'pdok
nator Thomas Bayard, Demiocrat, other' effective weapon. Inju~nctionANlX (B
0. Borah, Republican, Idaho; Se ! ,cas es lhave been instituted in both fed-,j
e ral and state corrts. Since July,
0r4,00sc cases hv been HOME OF
of nearly $18,000,000 have been insitnei mr ta ,0 ae
injuznctions were granted, over 2,650-
posed, over ,12,300,000 of which hasf of which have been made permanent.
actually been collected and tusrned Particular attention has been devoted .Fd"Po ".ds r',i0s'e":"!.
into the United States treasury. LastI to secuiring injuncetions in breweryf t n -
year alone' the fines, forfeitures, etc., cerns. About 180 such cases have
impse ttaedovr 7,000,OoO0, ofj been ins.iturted against breweries. Of
which more than $5,000,000 has al-.- thlose rned 72 have been made per-~ One Year at the KI
ready been.- collected., In ad - i, , ] 9be- isHaebn"x1('omedy o of;trgeous A
about $1,000,000 was paid by b rewersa-ctually closed.
Naioa a ii i. 3R
Grgnan's Cakes
Big Lille of CanidyBr
BLYNN
COL LEGE G ROC EnR"YAUUT
Pric des,: $1.10, $1.45, $2.20
516 EAST W1LLLAN ___________
Op en Sundays andl Evenings

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.1g'vrneitdrigthe precse.nt cad- <inz.(: .ci ' .)lloidillgIthe (Constituztion.
mhiisi rat irn, madte public by Fcecr l !" CT ?i-~matioilbctween Fedoral and {
I roI'l)itioln 0 omissioner R. A. K state authorities is im'proving," said
Itre 11135105 Other fcon itrfibuting factors I!Commissioner I laynes. ''All forces
ar temniioaojalsnecS! for upholding law and order should
instead of fines for -violators, more coc-operate ; More than 177,000 ar
genic z im1 us:e of the "padlock'' on lick- zrosts have been made by the federal
uor nucisanrces, an(I steps taken to- authorities during the last three years.
vward tppl leas of liquor from IDiuring the, same period violators
bonded warehouses to the illicit mar- ;hlave been sentenced in federal courts j
ket. i to serve atin aggregate of nearly 7,000
Tu'ie repecrt covers the period fromI years.
June 11, 1921, to )ept. 11, 11°4. 1t "Mc-re thzan 400,000 stills and parts
shzowsY that the ma:141 sources for 0)-; of s-tills-id about 39,000,000 gallons I
t~aiming; g(eune liquor in this country 1 cf dil; tiliel spi rits, malt liquors, wine,
have °),en largely cut off. This h1as I etc., have been seized (luring the last
Scaused I:oOtic: e ra to tnlrn to smug--; thre e years. A total of 11,077 autonio-
glint;, but Avith the coast guard rapid- bile-' asd 444 boats and launches have
ly gettilnz- this sitsatio 2 in control, the jhe)- a captured.
prwspect for obtainzing liquor from! "Thousands of other cases have
overseas l,. gro:winig dimmer daily. been turned into local courts, of whichI
"'Jail sent'ences," said the coimnis- there, is nio complete record. Fines
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Have Polo Fieddl
Classies are °to be hell daily on ther
fair grounds race track for zz b 13rS.
r -of the Remount Riding club. The
,club which at present comnsists of 13
k "niversity studlen ts and faculty momu-
hers, and -15 citizens, of Ann Arbor,
' including a number of nicrchants, has
beeni meeting each week day frome
4:30 to 6 o'clock, and Sundays from
10:30 to -12 o'clock.
The instruction in equitation is in
charge of Capt. I..- C. Hlolmn, of the
United States cavalry.. Plans are at
gpresent being madle to erect hurdles
on the riding course and to acquire a
suitable pulp hield. A winter pro-
gram for the club has already been
marked out consisting of weekly lec-
ture 'on riding and horsemanship. A
magazine on horses which will inter-
Est the readers will also be issued,
monthly.
Initiation fees are $5 and the
m zonthly dukes of $11 entitle the zumm
ber to the daily lessons and as much1
voluntary riding as he may desire. j

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