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SUPREM E COURT ACTION ON POWERS
OF PRESIDENT LAN.DMA RK=-C..UNCANNOi N
Characterizing the decision of th:, fluenced by the fact that it was hand-
United States Supreme court which1 ed dlown by a court which is presided
upheld the President's power to dis- over by a Chief Justice who is an ex-
miss officials he had appointed, wi th- presidlent of the United States and
out the consent of the senate, as a !knows the difficulties of the adminis-
"landmark of constitutional law," Dr. tration of the government. The de-
'?aui M. Cuncannon of the political Icision definitely establishes the actual
s'cience department stated that "it is; right of the~ President to exercise a
unlikely to be reversed in the near power illOwA of them believed they had
future by 'judicial procedure or of- already. and had used from time to
fected by constitutional amendment" Ii
-The majority decision of the. court tim "e, LC esati oiioscmefo
was read by Chief Justice Taft and "The uhl h AcsinofteCit ftrejssting opiDr ionsncameonfromd
Claims in the case of Frank S. Meyersd "two of whom are recognized as pro-
vs. the United States. Meyers was; gressives and the third, associate
postastr a Potlad, regn ad iJustice .Reynolds, is from the South
toetlater aPresnWOroWn n where it is known that all moves for
th dtePesdetWodrwWiso cenltralizat ion of pwraergre
Temoved him from office. Meyers;;pwraergre
sued for back pay which was denied =with alarm.
him in the Court of Claims. The case! "The decision is noteworthy as an
was then carried to the Supreme court i exercise of ;judicial review for it set-
!where the decision was in favor of the s-s det nteY hthe general point that
the President. teIbd1thstepwrt e
The case was argued by two Phila- move officials whom he has ,appointed
delphia lawyers, James M. Beck and by andl with the consent of the Senate,
Sen. George W. Pepper. but also th.t lne has the power to re-
Dr. Cuncannon went on to say that move officials that Congress had said
the, decision was undoubtedly in-1 he could not."
Walter Qamp Fund
-falls Below Quota
Contributions for the Walter Camp
Alemorial ;fund fell short of. the Mich-
ig an quota in the collection taken at
the game Saturday, only $2,605.67
being taken in, against $4,500 sub-
scribedi, it was announced. The Atht-
letic. association will make up the'
The miemorial is to stand as an
entrancei to the Yale bowl and other
athletic fields at New Haven, with a
bronze tablet on either side of it bear-
ing the names of those schools that
'ontribute to the fund.
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