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THE MICTITCAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JANT7ARF 22, 1927

THE MTCHIGAN DATLY SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1927

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
Toumne V1 SAT'TP1)A&, WJIMAR 192,97 lNnier ;A
[C * ire in fill] Audit(rlM :
For the benefit of the Womnen'sli'g1 le ig. Icre r l :tr'
- by still and moving picture,,;will be gion by 1ir Degls 12Ar vw me, R. 1I 1.,
10. It. S., on t he topic "paucing With Dexa h in Auntarct ic L iza'ik'' in 11i11
tuditoriuni, Satui day, Janai~ny 22, at 3 :1 , P. . Set sole al Wur's.
Girls 'dishing lWork:
There are several chances for girls to wai, on tbi( e ecln«,ngr for
their board. Please come in and se me if interested.
Betrlcc i". Jolnson , Adi iser o4I ozie.
Mechanical Engi'eriig 429:
Inspection trip to lDodge, Graham Biros. and HI-udson factories. Special 1
bus, leaves Engineering Arch at 7 :00 A. Mv. Moday moring. Rol cal at
Dodge plant at 9:00 A. M and at H udon plant at 2:00 P.)141. Tickets to
Auto Show have beeun obaiiie for those of lass whose names ore o i ta
'There will be no meeting of class on M[oday o Wednesday.
1,1. Ly.
Michigan College Chemist ry Tea liers' Ass uaciationi:
The winter meeting of the teachers o college of chemistry from this
state will be held today in Ann Arbor. Morning and afternoon metings in
Room 803, and lunch at the Union.Hogs
._ J. 11. Hodges. 1
Economics Club:
The Economics Club will meet Monday, January 2, at 7:45 in Room 302
of the Michigan Union. Mr. G. S. Petersn Will Speak on "Economic
Aspects of Highway Development." Members of the staffs of the Depart-
ment of Economics and the School of Business Administration, and graduate
students in these 'departments tare invited to attend.
Z. C. 1Dickison.
Public ILecture:
James Waterman Wise, son of Dr. Stephen S. Wise, noted author and
speaker, will lecture at Lane Hall Sunday evening at 7 :15. Auspices
Hillel Foundation. The public is invited.
--- --_._--- Adlph 11. Fikelstein.
Oratorical Association Ushers :and Ticket Takers:
Report at Hill Auditorium Monday evening, at 7:30 P. lM. Dr. Charles
Upson Clark will deliver an illustrated lecture on "Greater Roumania."
Carl G. Brandt.
Choral Union Ushers : -
rAll ushers are requested to report at lill Auditorium by 7:30 Saturday
evening,, January 22, for the lecture by Sir Douglas Mawson.
W. A. Davenport, A sistant Spt. B uildings and (monids.
Graiduate English Club:
There will be a meeting of the Graduate English Club Monday, January
24, at 8 o'clock, in Room 319 of the Union. Professor . J. Canpell will
speak on "Stuart P. Sherman as a Literary Critic."
Thomas E. Casady.
Web and Flang:
The picture for 'the 'Ensian twill be taken at Rnschler's Studio, Sun-j
day, January 23, at 11:00 o'clock.
It. A. Da vids on, Pre'sdet.
Negro-aucasian Club:
All members are asked to assemble at Spedding's Studio, 619 E. Liberty
St., at 10 A. M., Sunday, January 23, for the purpose of having a picture
made for the Michiganensian.
Wi. Howard. a
A. S. C. E.:
A. S. C. E. Student Branch picture Rentchler Studio, Sundy morning,
11:00 o'clock.-
Student Volunteers:
Mrs. Helen Scott, missionary from China, Japan and Turkey, will talk
to the Student Volunteer Groupi, at 9:15 Sunday morning at Wesley Mal.
Her subject will be "New Turkey." Plans for the state conference at
Battle Creek will be discussed at this meeting, so all members are re-
quested to be present. Visitors will be welcome.
11eils Toems, President.
All Fraternities and Sororities:
The Committee on Student Affair has established a definite zone
within which all fraternity and sorority houses must hereafter by located.
'$ No permission for the acquisition or erection of fraternity houses outside
of the newly established zone will be granted.
J. A. Burley, Chairatn.
Kansas House Of Representatives Votes
To Repeal Anti-Cigarette Law Of 1907

C o eaiePa ofPila eph aRa i "r n itC mo n century 111r. Stoutt has labored in the
1111 electrical department that controls the
W il A lo131tnma oDiectCrp raton FoeOe, ysubway, and "L" lines o
1711 A lowSwichm n T Diect orp raton or ne ay;Philadelphia, first as elect rician, thenl
ais switchboard operator, now as sy-
tem operator, pulling the various
. switcos that control the jurisdiction
of l: C switchboards, atth« coo'n pany
y: " : + ;:: :: powe-r lilant in1 Sonth Ph['liladelpyhia.
Sca odflnte e~c°>lsed parch of his
ml!.aHnet, w-t oei .s
' 1llIilatdllphit , tali, bla~-eycd, ood-_
ho in orod, satisfied yiet:"r, 11. Stout
giv('"e xplresion to onl Y one genincvi
W iAl. To attain it, he v~ ill argue wviit
workeris, tzalk vh r 1:11)1oyer's, find!
z himself cor ist ontly bus-y with m llcetiig~
:: °ti anti reaoluitiozzs. XV ht lie wanuts is
;^^...to make the- other fllowy happy" by
* boipaig, to ije the workmant's life a
- - clealnd It l har itoe.
1;4/, cr PhEli c Yta 'jrrasit (Company- left: A.A. !kiII, F.F.Ito,ru -W . iR, SmithL, C 3 lsThe ss itof c-p tinalw
uin . i iea 2" 'e'twio wv hers' representatri~es) and T. E. Mittenhi rmn o the Woard.I every part of the organization to be
j t repr :sented on the board at one timge
S3i'E+s, RIdtP Si~t. p i+ El'{S' rdarto sit withi the headsof hecompany, pesdetof teco-operative associa- o nohr1I sno hetr o h
tt s ~~ ~T.E. f te pesen1 thewa electr ical de parts ent. Two year ag~o
''F.Mitten, chlairmnan of the board, tion in 1926 and wa madle president it was transportation's turn and
To lMm tr; (ElFeb. I and his son, A. A. 'Mit ten, aind the last woek, thereby celebrating his 24 motormani held the post. Ont the bank
ote (i'~tr.years of ulnceasring service to t he Coin- board ther'e ar'e mci fromrl every de-
BIIIJ.1A DPI' IA, .<li. 2I.-- ,Iconi Sy.ives:tr10 Stout was. elected vice- Dainy. Every day for the last quarter lparitflient.

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elec .4,c Wn (.h(.'to the blo 50'r ;e o(
a, n CMnber of thle exeetitive hoarij of
a ('.0otipaimy whose g.ros " i}.; ejt arc
moure than ; 50,000,000) a year is ;1 far'
cry for one man in a single dlay. But!
Sylvestre 11. Stout, system opecrator
of the Philadelphia Rapid T'ansit
Company, will make the jump])oil Feb.,
1. On Feb. 2 at 1 p. m. he will return
to his everdlay post in the Delaware'
Pow.er plant: cladl in his overalls.
The system under which Stout is
privileged to make this tr ansforma-
tion is a cooperative one. Thle work-7
ers in the P. R. T. have their own as-
sociation ; the management ha)s its.
Thec two are intertwlied by the a p-
pointment of two wvorlewrs each year5

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(By. Associated Press)
STOPEKA, Kans., Jan. 21.-Kansas,I
after trying for 20 years to enforce a,
law prohibiting the sale of cigarettes,'
nears surrender on this issue. Its1
House of Representatives yesterday
voted 83 to 35 for repea4.
After two decades of effort to en-,
force a law prohibiting the sale of
cigarettes, the House of Representa-
tives Thursday voted 83 to 35 for re-,
peal of the measure. With a victory E
in the House, supporters of the bill
f'orecast similar action by the Senatej
which voted to annul the act two years ,
ago by a 3 to 1 majority.
Encouraged by organizations with!{
the announced ideal of "protecting
youth," John Edwards, a farmer leg- <
islator, became the champion of theA
anti-cigarette proposal in 1907. Lob-
byists for tobacco interests opened a

Vigorous fight against the act but theI
next Legislature passed a bill drafted
by Edwards.
Supporters of the measure pointedI
to what they termed "the success of
the state prohibition law" and fore-
cast equal efficiency in preventing the
use of tobacco encased in paper tubes.
No provision was made to prevent the
sale of cigars or of tobacco in any
other form.
Cigarette bootleggers soon appeared
and established a price of 25 cents
for a 15 cent package. Numerous con-
victions followed but opponents of the
law maintained that the illegal traffic
only furnished a new source of rev-
enue for those who would violate the
statutes.

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