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THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

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IUnofficial Record-Holder to Represent U. S. Navy In Race

j NON=PARTISAN BALLOT INADVISABLE
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Commenting on the su ggestin
made by Alfred Luckin~g, former Con-
z"'ressmanl, at the Democratic rally laist
wveek that 1there Sl oil e a 1)0 o-pr
ar-ilii iallot tfor stat 0 ( 'cct) ens, Dr.
James K. Pol lock ofi thepoltical gei-
enice department, stated Ithat suchli a
plan wvouldl be inaidvisab~le for Michi-
gan 1elections.
Dr. lPollock gave as his reasons the
facet that there are so many names Gn
the state ballot that niless the canl-
dilates are listedl under* one party or
the other. voters for thle most
part will not know the stand
of the candidate. Although Alr.

of the state down to the sheriff the
non-partisan b~allot is inadvisable.''
Hie further stated that it is not a
n on -part isan b)allot that is needled to0
make party issues but that two re-
forms were necessary to make posli-
tics a more live issue in Michigan.
First, reform in both state and county
rovernment to the effect that fewer
offices should he elective. and second-
lthe providing of civil service ex-
aminat ions to fill the other office.
In answer to the- contention that
the non-partisian ballot system hawi
worked in the cities, Mr. Pollock ani-
s~weredi that the cities were 'more like

It-, Fall
Pr~oduction

Lucking adIvancedl the point that ,large corporations and 'not as much
leaving out the party label concernied in politics 'as the state.
would cause the voters to know some- ;i_-
thing of every, can(!Mate in order to'
vote intelligently, 1Dr. Plolock was of1'Try To 5Keport
tie opinion that this wouild not h)e so. Wr-1
lie stated that the late Woodrow For The y m Team
Wilson, while President of Princeton ____
University, who° was in a position to All students interested inthe gym-
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that' it was impossible for him uo
even know all the meni who were run.-
ning for office.
Dr. Polloc 1 went on .:o compare the
ba llot, with that use d in KEngland
where Ithere is a nlon-partisana ballot.
"In i'ngianjl1,ohesaiid, "where Ithe,
people only vote for one man .for
Parliament, and where only two or
three men oppose each other, it is
possible for the voters to know these
mhen andl their party affiliations, butI
inr a state election where the p~eople
vote for every office from governor

inastie team are requested by iir.
George A. May, director of Waterma -nI
gyrnasium, to report at 4 W(o'lc
'Wednesday afternoon in the gym
ready tfor practice.j
jDuring th(e year contests will 1w
held in this sport to decide the Win1-
ne01":5 Min he various forms of contest.
gymnasties and insignia or nupieral ,
will be awarded.I

The colors of the United States Navy will be carried in the Intexnational Schneider Cup air race by Lieut.
I+. I-. Conant and his specially constructed Curtiss seaplane. Thu races a,,e to be held at Norfolk, Va., on Arm-
istice Day. Lieut. Conant's tiny Cur tiss plane houses an engine weighing only 150 pounds. It is capable of
developing 700 horsepower. It is claimed that Lieut. Conant has unofficially broken the world's speed record
for seaplanes by driving iris machine at 2~0 miles an hour in practice. The record, made last year by Lieut.
Doolittle at Baltimore, is 245.7 miles. Top photo shows the I1. S. Navy enkrTy, with Lieut. Conant pictured in
inset.

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The speaker showed how the
mottrcainsnow d ther lemoen ts, C.E Griffin Attends importance of these studies, are sup-
-attact ainsnowand therelemnts, E. plying, h actual records needed,a
and how the mountain streams are{ thing which until recently, was not
invaluable to the dwellers below. This Busi ness Conference done.
he compared to the mountain stream ____
of religion "running down to cleanse IA h niaino h eatet W NY R S O D T
men and their wrongdoings." oAtCtherinviationof CtheDEpaGrmeint, I'NY R S O D T
Speaking of adventure, the Rev. of Coeceo rof Csres . rifinta CAL OR FEN ER
Gilkey compared mountain climbing to thenScholsofwBusinesd min sistr.. -.A ----.11
with the new perspective made possi- I{insetls ee-n nWsig
bleby heattmpt t rech ewton attending a meeting of an ad- "Bet°1ween 40 and 50 e avre
N byteatmt torahnwvisory conference to the department portedI for the fencing squad this fall
levels and' new heights in religion. o t eain ihbsns n
"Finally, in climbing mountains men Isnisrltos ihbsns n and the outlookc is very promising,,,
have assistance and are roped to- marketing conditions. l et~e Dr. George A. May, director
,ehrwith some experienced guide Tecneeccmoeo en of Waterman gymnasium, this week.
togedthe wy"h xland s bers of large industrial organizations Interesting contests have been plan-
it ifs In religion, with churches and1 and economists, met to aid the De--______________
church associations to help you and partment of Commerce in its investi- 11 f"'.r
Jesus of Nazareth to lead the way. I gations of marketing conditions with"
"At present our moral muscles are respect to certain commodities, and?
too flabby, our spiritual hearts too i2n its attempt to determine the 1
faint, and our mental heads too flighty tential market by states and certainrs
to successfully climb the mountain,"I territories. It was the suggestion of % c eo
the speaker concluded, "and when the the conference that the department r ecs o
generation rises which can accom-I attempt to obtain from business con-
plush this, it will also discover God."j cerns the actual sales figures showing"
_________the volume of goods of 'particular Fun 'in I
j'kinds sold. The conference also en-I.
Columbus' IM emnory dorsed the recent attempt of the de-
J partment to deternflne, by study of it
WVill Be Honoredi actual figures furnished by industries, TISFH'S PL
the extent of markets surrounding
--° large industrial centers.
SAN DOMINGO, Oct. 30.-Congress As a result of the advisory confer-
today voted an appropriation of $300,- once, a permanent advisory committee, j
000 towards the erection of Columbus likewise composed of business repre- "" ''' ~'.0
lighthouse 'in memory of Christopher sentatives and economists will be
Columbus. The proposed lighthouse, formed. Each year, Professor GriffinI
which will be one of the world's explained, more and more importance
greatest maritime lights, will be con- is being placed on the analysis of
structed by funds raised throughout actual sales records and statistics in
the North and South American conti- an effort to determine the potential
nent; in order to honoi* the discoverer market in certain sections of the
of America. country. Business men, realizing tihe ~ 1 'lt ~~1' '

-ned for the winter months which will
Sdetermine the freshmen, junior, andI
tIsenior championships. Insignia will
Ibe awarded the winners in each group).
According to Dr. May, a very prom-
ising freshman wrestling squad, num-
bering between 40 and 50 candidates,
are working out daily in the gym.
"Many of the prospects show indica-
tions of developing; into varsity ma-
- erial for next year," Dr. May aver-
i red. Contests will also be held in
this sport, probably in six weight di-
visions, and awards made.
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