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VOL. XXXVI. No. 75








Speaker rresents Survey Of VarIo
Ways In Which Wrong-Doers
Have Been Regarded
"Reformation of the adult crimil
Is next to impossible," according
Arthur Dehon Hill, prominent Bost
Lawyer, speaking on "Criminal L
and the Lawyer", yesterday in Nattu
Science auditorium. "When a m
over 20 years of age has started
a criminal career, chances are stro
that he will continue in that pat
he said. the lecture was given u
der the auspices of the Michig
School of Religion in connection Wi
Prof. Kirsopp Lake's seminar in t
moral issues of modern life.
Referring to the present state
criminal law procedure, Mr. Hill
vealed the immediate concern of t
authorities as a question of enfore
ment and of punishment which f
duces consideration of the human in
terial upon which the law acts. D
cussing the question of the nature
the criminal he presented a surv
of the succeeding attitudes with whi
men have regarded crime and its pe
petrators. The old attitude was
regard crime as sin, and the custo
was to treat the criminal as a sinni
Then a school arose in Italy, head
by one Lombroso, that disregard
the moral responsibility of the cri
Inal and regarded the cause of b
deficiency as a disease or deformi
of body and mind which set crimin
aside as a group. Mr. Hill indicat
that this view still has many dev
A later conception regarded cri
not as a result of a physical or mor
infirmity, but rather as a result
peculiar environment, accompanied
the theory that varying economic co
ditions are reflected in waves of crin
Discusses Crime Theories
Discussing the foregoing theori
the lawyer said that each had a mo'
cum of truth, but that none are e
tirely true, and that while crime aris
in certain cases'as a result of here4
tary limitations, and adverse soc
conditions, it was impossible to defi
a scentific cause of crime to me
every case.
Presence of an innate and sustain
dislike of work is the inspiration
many criminals, Mr. Hill stated. The
are comparatively few men who a
complete and irreclaimable crimina
boasting not the slightest vestige
respect for the moral law.
Treating punishment of law-brea
ers, Mr. Hill classified such restra:
under three heads as, first, the wor
ing of retribution by an indignant
ciety, second, an effort to reform t
wrong-doer, and finally, an attempt
deterrence, calculated to induce a fe
of wrong doing in others. He cont
ued, "I believe that one of the jus
fications of retributive punishment
the presence of a universal desire
see justice done to those who com
a wrong".
Doubts Real Existence Of Crime Wa
"I doubt seriously whether t
crime wave of which we hear so mu
has a real existence. Crime is ratt
present continually, increasing w
j._.growth in vitality and complexity
the particular society." Referring
American problems he said "A gr
deal of our wave of crime is due
the admixture of our population a
the surprisingly high vitality of
y.he lecture was the fifth of a s
ies planned by the School of Relig
to extend throughout the year.
hristiaz To Tour
Cities In Recit
Palmer Christian, University org
ist, is to appear in a number of cit
during the Christmas vacation.
Saturday, Dec. 26, he will be in C
cinnati as a soloist with the Cin

nati Symphony orchestra under
baton of Fritz Reiner. At that t
he will play the much talked of
gan concerto by Eric DeLamar
The following Tuesday he will app
as concert artist in an organ progr
at Dayton before a convention of
National Music Teachers associat

(By Associated Press) 19 Onerecord was shattered and sev-
S DAYTON Ohio Dec. 17E-"FootballH IT T ll T eral other marks threatened in the
gh CourtlMartialDeclares Its Decisio ihia . W1.FuioShmlin
19 T its spoliation by piofessionalillsm," de- IIDOL[ship meet held last night in the Union
clared Maj. John L. Griffith of Chicago, Disinterestedly pool. Cr aig swunming for North
-one of the game's leading authorities Iwestern high school of Detroit, broke
W on his arrival here today to speak at es ROBLLSK LEADS ATTACK OF (By Associated Press) ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE OPERA the state record in the 50 yeard free V
the tstimonial diner for ers of OPPONETS WITH AID. WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.-A verdict 31EMBERS PLANNED BY style junior championship race by
the testimonial dinner for members of OF KOWALLIS of guilty on all specifications and the MANY CITIES one-fifth of a second, winning the dash
tMrsiit scatnglyam. ,-general charge, coupled with a sen- in 25.4 seconds.
MaPrLGiffthGcatingyRdnouced fence ofsuspension for ive yearsTO VST C OL GEchclbJoann;fteDtri
professionals and their actions in PLAYING MPROVED fro""rank, command, and duty" in TO VISIT COOLIDGE orhlJhaunson, Droit
tempting college players, and stated the army, was found tonight against ------_ Yacht club, carried off the individual
Dus hatther gratet oportnit tohonors by taking first in the 25 yard
US that their greatest opportunity to Varsity Football Player Shows Skill Col. William Mitchell by the court Last Rehearsal Before Journey Iiell handicap race, first in the fancy div-F
commercialize the game was furnish-1 IMaking Fleld Goals; martial which has been conducting its In Whitney Theater To Give ing, and third in the 100 yard junior
ed this year. Leads Scorers trial for insubordination since Octo- Finishing Touches campionship breast stroke race. In
"Through greed and avarice, they her 28.-111 the 25 yard free style, Miss Johannson
nal lost their chance," he said. Most of The "military record of the accused ,1I and Miss Hutchinson tied for first in
to the professional teams throughout the Coach Mather's Wolverine basketball durin the world war" probably saved At 1 oaclock this afternoon the dead heat in the finals, but later P
on country were financially broke this team showed improved form in the him from a more severe sentence. "Michigan Union Opera Special" will swam off the tie, Miss Johannson just g
aw year. Their managers grasped at the second game of the 1925-26 schedule That was indicated by the court when leave Ann Arbor for Chicago on the nosing out Miss Hutchinson.
ral opportunity to build up the game pro- I against the University of Pittsburgh it announced that the finding "is thus first lap of its 1925 tour of the Middle Spindle, a freshman here, swim- t
an fessionally by obtaining college stars.f. lenient." .t and East. During this year's ming unattached, swain one of the t
on They played them to extinction, be- five at Yost field last nght, defeating Maj.-Gen. Robert L. Howze, presi-Es prettiest races of the evening in the r
tg cause of their greedifor gate receipts. the Easterners by a score of 34 to 25. dent of the court, and the nine other extensive road trip, which will con- 150 yard junior championship back-t
h" Everybody saw through the idea. The Bo Molenda, stellar fullback of members closed the court at 3:40 sume the entire Christmas vacation stroke race to win his event in the fast
n- games were not sport, they were 'hip- Yost's football eleven, making his o'clock this afternoon for findings. period, "Tambourine" will be pre- time of one minute, 56 and six-tenths
an podroined' contests played simply for first appearance in a Maize and Blue At precisely 6:34, or two hours and sented 15 times in 13 different cities. seconds. Tom Millius of the Detroit
ith the money that the promoters would basketball uniform proved to be the 54 minutes later ,the sentence and Three pullman cars, a dining car, Athletic club was second. c
lhe get out of them." outstanding star of the contest by his verdict were announced in these I and a baggage car comprise the spec- Michigan Varsity swimmers failed b
Almost over night," Major Grif- splendid work on the defense and his words: ( ial train which will carry the "Tam- 'to place well in the meet due to the
of fith asserted, "sentiment changed. I uncanny ability in making goals uni The court upon secret written bal- bourine" company. One hundred and' fact that the majority of them were
re- have watched these gestures with der the basket By virtue of his lot, two-thirds of the members present ten men will be taken on the trip ineligible to compete in the junior
hee free throws, Mo- at the time the vote was taken con- this year which is the largest per- championship events, having pre-
ge- professional football sprout, loom, lenda earned high scoring honors with rning in each f guiti sonnel that the opera has ever had. viously won such events, or they were,
n- wither,nd now I believe it hasdied." na epned higs crinthe.accused guilty of all specifications This number includes the cast, chor unable to overcome the handicapsd
1n-wiheindnotIselevoi hsiie." 5coitstohi tcedi.andth careupocscrtariteeue,,orhetrn0 omitteneetPacdwritthmtnenm hndca
a- . lowallis Opens Scoring For Pitt ballot.st 1tt
- 'Tf Pittsburgh obtained the ball on the "The court sentences the accused sMrs. Vonnie Malcolmson of Detroita
SI I openingtOff, but resorted to long to be suspended from rank, commandHeath', treasurer of the opera, E. Mor- was unable to give the schedule ex
ey | passes in their territory until Coach and duty, with forfeiture of pay and timer Shuter, director, and Robert A. hibition of fancy diving due to ill
ch Mather's five man defense could be allowances for five years. Campbell, treasurer of the University health, but Walter Grandy of the De- I
r- solved. Kowallis, right forward of the "The court is thus lenient because and mayor of Ann Arbor, who will troit Athletic club, who substituted
EM Pitt five, opened the scoring when he of the military record of the accused represent the University on the trip; for her, gave an excellent exhibition
m Lmade a successful attempt at a free during the world war, two-thirds of rho company for "Cotton Stockings" from the high platform ,and low board. ji
er throw given to the Easterners when the members who were present at the two years ago numbered 98. The prop- Whitlock of State college won the
ed Resolution Asks On Whose Autority Doyle was called on a technical foul. time the vote was taken concurring."' erty that is being carried consists of 220 yard handicap free style race,w
led. Diplomats Brought Wine Into Chambers, playing left forward on the' Colonel Mitchell, standing as the a 1 of the specially built scenery and while Miss Erith Fehr won the 100 f
m- Country, As Alleged Michigan team, quickly brought his decision was announced, with Mrs. 60 trunks of costumes, trappings, and yard junior championship backstroke
Is team into the lead by sinking a field Mitchell at his side, smiled. I lighting appartus. race, in the fast time of one minute,
ity URGE IMMEDIATE PROBE goal on a long shot from the center Extra Coaches For Students 27 seconds. In the 100 yard juniorlb
Ls of the court. Molenda and Chambers r4 Extra coaches will be used on the breast stroke championship Miss Rice G
ed (ay Associated Press) sank two more baskets in quick suc- T 1 special today for the accomodation of of the Women's Acquatic club, justP
o- WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.-Diplomat- cession, gaining a four point lead. UII Tlii L iiIany students who wish to join their nosed out Miss Colter by a last second
ic immunity from the provisions of IAfter the Wolverines had increased p srs, the r .
Ti h rhbto c a hlegdt-ff ~ ~ -_ parents at the presentation of the spurt. !f
me the prohibition act was challenged tor their lead to 1;-5, the Pittsburgh five opera in thie Chicago auditorium to-
oa day in a resolution offered by Senator i bolstered and came within a basket o'IIUcutla night. Te train will arrive in Chi-
B s, m ,a iwing the leaders. As the half end- Icago at 6 o'clock. Extra coaches wi-
by sahling for an investigation into the - ed Michigan held a six point lead over alsobe used on the last lap of theM
>t use of liquors at embassies and lega- the Pitt five, the score being 18-13. American Chemical Group Re-names s trip from Toledo to Ann Arbor, Mon-
'e. tonseeTheEasternersthreatenedtoreduceydE. rtel Leader day night, Jan. 4, for the convenience
Thfe resolution further to TheEstrnnsdhatneto rdue or ___I BES AR CYeCLIJ
es,k know we ther debtacoe -the Michigan lead at the start of the rComing Year of any students who wish to stay in
di- mission brought liquor into this coun- 'second period, shooting long shots I 'IToledo for the final performance. The
dn- trysan sroghyu its embers we from the center of the floor. Molenda PROF. BADGER SPEAKS train will leave the Ohio city at mid-
no romptly arrested as American suddenly found the range of the basket, night, arriving here at 1:15 o'clock Will Give Talk In Spring As Henry
es. citizens would have been." and made four field goals on short Officers for 1926 were elected by the Tuesday morning, and will carry all Russell Lecturer; Result
i-l The South Carolina senator sought shots from beneath the basket, after University section of the American students who wish to make the trip. Of Scientific Work
unanimousconsent for immediate to- I receiving the ball from Red Cherry Chemical society at its meeting yes- An elaborate program of entertain-I ----
cet sideration of his (resolution, but on the and Harrigan, who worked the ball terday afternoon n the Chemistry ment has been arranged for the opera DECIDED LAST NIGHT g
objection of Senator Curtis of Kansas, down the floor througli the Pittsburgh building, company by alumni and alumni clubsa
the Republican leader, it went overIdefense. Dr. Floyd E. Bartell ,professor of in every (city wlere "Tambourine" That Prof. Moses Gomberg of the
ledgenra thephsRepubemstyican i leadery w it wentr overa Pof.Moss odefense. te
of until tomorrow. Varsity Increases Lead general and physical chemistry, was will play. The company will make chemistry department, had been se-P
of Treasury department officials, unde'r Coach Mathers five increased its e-elected councilor. Dr. Phip F. tle train its headquarters except in lected as the Henry Russel lecturer I
the resolution, would be requested to lead until the score was 31-18 but ratheril ote saie depart two cities due to insufficient time to for 1926, was announced at the Re-
make an immediate investigation and Pittsburgh called time out and eecte c re ear do otherwise. In Detroit, where three search club meeting last night. Pro-
reo t h eaewehe hsylteghnd t hfnesrbek e ecttive council of three membersir
report to the Senate whether whisky, strengthened itas also re-elected for next year. t performances are given, the company fessor Gomberg is to give a lecture in
wine, or beer had been served by any brilliant forward of the Pitt aggrega-' a lor-lce o etya.I
forin abasshadors, ib n stesd or tin wara contan t enacea consists of Prof. Clair Upthegrove of will stop at the Statler, and in Toledo the spring and to receive half of the
foreign ambassadors, ministers, or tion, was a constant menace and. '. at the Secor hotel. In all but these income from the Henry Russel Fund t
k agents in Washington, since the pass- proved the mainstay of the visitor's the chemical engineering departnyent t te ,ecn t hse incoe o h ryse workd
int Byon A Soleinstuctr i a~nlyt_ Itwo cities, dances, receptions, and; In recognition of his research work..
age of the Volstead act, and if so, attack. Wrobleski worked the ball cal chemistry; and Dr. Leigh C. An- other entertainments have been ar- Henry Russel, of Detroit, who died
Sth een o down inside the foul line to his team-erson, instructor in organic chem- Iranged by alumni. Members of the in 1920, left a bequest of $10,000 for
sO- approval of the President or any mate Kowallis, who sank three baskets istry Prof. Walter S. Badger of theoma will be free to do as they the University to be used provid-
the other official whose duty it was to in the closing minutes of play. Red 'chemical engineering department was owih in Detroit, however, and lack of wog added compensation to members
enforce wtsh inoDetroit, howeverhand lackofting adcomngsatf io touember
at enforce the prohibitioi law. With r- herry scored the last point for Mich-| elected chairmantimeprohibits any specialentertain- of the teaching staff. As it would
r spect to the Italian' debt commission, igan when he made a fou goal making elecedu c haira lime the scity, I have been impossible to spread this
in- i loakdb whose authiority the C gn - t 5~tega Previous to the election o officers, mat inth last city Toledo. lrg
i the score 34 game ended. Professor Badger delivered .a talk on After the performance this evening benefit over a number of faculty
t foreign negotiations had been per- SUM. fARY "The Rate Growth Of Crystals." He in Chicago, alumni have arranged a men, the Board of Regents decided to
is mitted to brinm into the country Michigan Pittsburgh! described the methods which had been Michigan opera dance in the Floren- Ivro h fund, using the bycome
to !Chamnpaign, whisky and beer, if this ihgnoeadnei h lrn rmhl fi o etr ysm
nt habeen, don. aHarrigan ......R.F......... Kowallis devised for determining this rate of tine room of the Congress hotel. In' rofesso lt for dstnuiyshe
m T hbeequdoets oulPbemadenpo i srvies irserchd ork.istProfeso
Chambers......L.F........Parsons growth, and illustrated the explana- (Lansing tomorrow night a matineesi
Doyle........,..C......... McMahon tion of the experiments with slides I dance will be given for the companyss
tetSecretary Mellon, Assistant-Secretary i..RedGqmnerg is the first recipient of this
he Andrews, and James E. Jones, direcy Moenda .......G...........'Reed showing the types of apparatus used. at the Arcadia. A reception and dance
SCherry........L.G........ Lissfelt Professor Badger gave tables show- as e r benefit. He received a B.S.degree'
ich ton of prohibition. Cinrthe.exact steps has been arranged for Monday eve- bnfiomt.he rcivedia1800B.S. dere
h tr Under-Secretary Winston said to- Substitutions: Michigan: Oosterbaan ing the exact mathematical steps tak- ning in the ballroom of the Regent n si
ith night that the Italian debt commission for Harrigan; Line for Harrigan; Sam- en in obtaining the results of the re- i theater, Grand Rapids, where the on the dacuty continuously since 1893,4a e
of was granted full diplomatic status my Babcock for LineBSchrokder for search on crystals, and explained the opera company will also stop Sunday.! except during 1917 and 1918, when he
to while in the United States, and under I Molenda; Petrie for Babcock. Pitts- need of coarse crystals and commer- In Saginaw a reception and dancewas a major in the inspection division
ea nentoa a t ebr eeburgh: Campbell for Kowalis; Baur' cial methods of making them. TheIwaamjointenscindvsoni
eat international law its members were uLiIselt beki forarsons. will be given at the Auditorium, and I of the ordnance department at Wash--
tor Lsfl;WolsifrPros (wokdtrmedb rfi srstagerSimilar entertainment will be afforded'igtn
to immune from prosecution uner ete constructive
and Volstead act. He said lie did not Goals: Harrigan 2, Chambers 2, I wasr yetshedfinthcostucyiviat the Durant hotel in Flint. The income from the second half of
our know whether the commission broughtIDoyle 2, Cherry 2, Molenda 6, Kow- j work yet accomplished i the study of After three days, including Christ- the Henry Russel Ftnd was desig-
in any spirits or whether liquors werej allis 3, Parsons 1, Wrobles , mas in Detroit, the show moves to nated to be awarded to some faculty

or- being served here by diplomats, but '2, ILissfet1
se- eig ere hreby dilo asbu t2lLiselt 1. !Buffalo. A trip to Niagara Falls will member below the rank of a professor i
ion pointed out that embassies and lega- Free throws: Doyle 2, Molenda 3,T[e taken the second Sunday and a for distinguished service of any na-
tions were regarded as foreign ter- Cherry 1. Kowahis 2 Parsons 1' 1 l iD rI dance will be given in the ballroom ture to the University. The beneficiary
itoies. W s ,,of the new Buffalo consistory Monday in this case will be announced later.
Officials: Referee, Schommer, Chi- A IO ( U NIIUN night. In New York city, the companyi
Coal Strike Like cago; umpire McCulloch, Springfield wili be met at the Pennsylvania sta- ranENii
Siege, Says Lew s D euties Approve Several faculty members appear on yn a bus tour through Wall street
the program of the meeting of the and Riverside drive. Private parties TO NG
an- ebt Settlement! American Historical association here, have been arranged for that evening.
On ByPHILADELJHIA, Pa., Dec. 17-The(Dot. 29, 30, and 31. Prof. Arthur L. More auto rides have been scheduled
iu- anthracite strike has developed into (By Associated Press) Cross of the history department, Prof., for Philadelphia the next day, and a Several members of the faculty will.
in- astate ofsteige, John L. Lewis, ros- ROME, Dec. 17.-The Chamber of Arthur E. R. Boak of the history de- I dance arranged in the 'foyer of the
the ident of the United Mine Workers, to-;Deputies this evening approved by ac- partment, Randolph G. Adams, cus- | Academy of Music. ern Language Association of America
tine ighnt old the hie lhia real es- clamation the Washington agreement todian of the William L. Clements Will Call At Wiite House on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs-
or- tate board. He added that the opera- for the settlement of Italy's war debt itrary, and Prof. Louis C. Karpiski The following afternoon is Washing- day, Dec. 29, 30 and 31, in Chicago.
-ter. [ tors and "the financial interests be- to the United States. of the matheatics department, are i ton the company will call upon Presi- Tuesday afternoon, Charles E. Whit-
ear hind the were pre et pay Count Volti, minister of finance, who to speak at the convention, dent Coolidge at the White House, to more of the rhetoric department, will
ara billion dollars to crush the aine headed the Italian debt funding com- Professor Cross will be the toast- be followed by sight seeing trips and read a paper on "Falling Metre--a
the workers' union, and that the miners mission to Washington, said that the be given Thursday noon, Dec. 31,heonto another reception and dance in the New Suggestion," Prof. J'. H. Hanford
ion. had no alternative other than to ac- debt to the United States was undis- I i t rsd or te , m nt ballroom of the Washington auditor- of the English department, will lead
-. dp the alengve or an t - pe i-s also to preside over the group meet- foIn Clove- the discussion on. Spenser and Milton,
cept the challenge to a finish fiht.t puted; it was represented by certifi- ing for the discussion of "Personal- iu after the per ormane.Ie the Prof. Fred B. Wahr of the German de-
"Knowing the operators' plans," cates signed by the men in power ties of Tudor-Stuart England," to be land, aIdance will be given ine Pare ako humann's
said Mr. Lewis, "the United Mine during the war, containing precise held on the morning of the same day. MasonicBauditorium, ateaeetBnt eaoh"uptmass 'sWi
Workers of America is now organiz- figures with' interest. Professor Boak will give a report and supper dance at the Queen City nte Bd Proessor Whit-
ing the defense of the anthracite mine "We could only arrange with th on the excavations undertaken by the club and Sinton hotel, respectively, in lemsorinGeneral Aestheticssioand "Profb
deiene (lt'1tI " .ahl-1 d' nt .Volti.that T ~r,. i<r" l.o A nnihemsin hnerafAethetcs",and:ro_

raternities Desire Closer Relation-
ship With Adnilstration
Of University
Entire harmony with the policies of
President Clarence Cook Little as re-
'ards his endeavors to assist the fra-
ernities in the problems with which
hey are faced, was expressed in a
esolution adopted unanimously by
he Interfraternity council at a special
neeting yesterday afternoon.
Signifying the belief that the poll-
ies of President Little will prove
enefical to the general welfare of
oth the University and the fraterni-
ies, the council went on record as
ommending themselves to the active
support of these policies. Commenda-
ion was made of the desire of Presi-
dent Little to promote a closer rela-
ionship and understanding between
he fraternities and the University
The resolution is as fo ows:
"Whereas, several pontaeous
meetings of indignation have been
held in the past few days by individ-
ials, members of fraternities, but who
n no manner representd their re-
pective fraternities and who in no
way constituted or represented an
fficial group of the fraternities of the
Jniversity of Michigan, therefore,
"Be it resolved, that this official
ody, namely the Interfraternity coun-
il of the University of Michigan, do
present this resolution as an ofiicial
,xpression of confidence in the Presi-
dent of the University of Michigan
rom the organized group of general
raternities on this campus.
"It is hereby resolved that this
body go on record as being in entire
armony with the policies of Presi-
dent Little in respect to his endeavors
towards promoting aeloe"'relation-
,hip between the various fraternities
and the University administration in
regard to the several problems that
confront the fraternities of this, the
University of Michigan.
"Believing that the policies of
President Little are beneficial to the
general welfare of both the University
and the fraternities-we do hereby
commend ourselves to the active sup-
port of these policies."
The President's Letter
Preceding the presentation of the
resolution to the council, a letter ex-
plaining the action of the University
was read from President Little. The
text is as follows:
"The action of the University is
honestly and. entirely ounded upon
the confidence in co-operation with
the fraternities and the hope and ex-
pectation of much greater co-opera-
tion eventually. The appointment of
committees of the fraternity members,
or official alumni faculty advisers, for
example, would make for a most'effec-
tive and mutually advantageous lia-
son. The object of the action is not
in any sense to increase, but to di-
minish, disciphinary cases.
"There seem to be a regretable mis-
understanding of the University's
motives. We can readily sympathize
with the irritation felt by some stu-
dents at the suddeness of the approach
to the problem and the short time left
for consideration of one of the three
plans proposed. Yet, we feel that
sufficient time has been given for the
choice of one plan as a working basis
for the present. We are entirely will-
ing to consider modifications of the

method after co-operation has been
indicated by participation in one of
the plans
"Especially are we eager to hear
from the students constructive sug-
gestions, other than the three plans
advanced by the University. None as
yet has been offered, but any suggest-
ed improvement in plan will be wel-
comed and adopted if it commends
"We urge that one of the first two
alternatives be selected in preference
to that involving proctors.
"We regret exceedingly that any
misunderstanding of motives has
arisen, and hope that the meeting will
discuss the matter fully with Dean
Bursley who fully understands my
views. I am sorry that a previous en-
gagement at Saginaw necessitates my
y 9 Fraternities Meet
Thirty-nine fraternities were repre-
sented at the meeting yesterday. Of
these, 34 had already decided upon
which method of enforcement that

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