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P'AGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURZSDAY, MAY 19. 1927

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U.UDAUNTEDJ
ON MEXICANQUESTIONj
Oil 'and Iiail Niatioll PoeKs Not
J ust if y Anly Iiterveutioii
CLAIM GRIEVANCES EXISTI
(13y Associated Press)E
NWW Y' ORK, May 17--The oil and!
land1c controversy between the United
Sta te's and AMeXICO rests iwon areal
grieVanc( nT the part of Alnerican in-
terests , 1)1.t not one that. jn:-tifies, un-I
tier such g; ct.iOns as international
law, any .skirt of forcible intervenition
in the irinof affairs of that nation,
states a Ftort made public today by t
the, Department of Research and Ed-
ucaition of the Federal Council of;;.
Churches,
The report is the result of several
months investigation by the D~epart-1
meet of Research and Education and
is introduced as a "strictly infornia- [ Enlau rted by the fat
tional document," which disclaims any adIy for a faoti-stolp figW
'Intention to suggest what course 21ha inset shows the -o,,
ei1ther government should follow.
Thle petroleum law of 1925, says the~ MINORITY Eot.sfun ol ecofsaoy
fiYatures and to be at variance with~ FOR" ANNUA
thec understandings arrived at in 1923 i
asa prelude to the recognition of theIy 110 ta
Meoxican government by the United h inoiy1a
Staites. The report points out at the Seniors don't even take
same time that such violence as has seriously. Only a scant
been lone to American property rights! dred showed up yesterday
prises out of sovereign acts of the for the mock elections,i
Meflxicani Republic in the adoption of the fact that they are the
her constitution and the enactment of portan t elections on campu
diomiestic legislationh and that in the cause they are admittedly
precsent state of international rela-I Apparently the seniorsI
io(ns each nation," including- the Unit-1 Cap Night policy establishe
ed Sa tes, "dlemands the right to be by, the council was to h(
"11!( 'judge of its own domlestic laws, lecase ,and so considere,
alwys subject to the limitation that; wouldn't be wotrh. while
it the operation of these laws results' The Most Beautiful Girli
Ini violat ion of rights under interna-I is Esther Graham, it was
fltonal law the victim of any resulting i Katheryn L~e Mire was
i'ijsti~ ma deand thrughhisMost Popular Girl. While
government, redress in forms pre- willing to go on record as
scr ibed by international law." this vote was serious orr
The department investigated the oil say that she was the me
and land situation in all its phases I with the voters.
ii1u4 presents what it considers to be Along with those two w
thhe a orpmajorf th c npoints t e uceofulctheat T econtroversye , thep Pf ffn an"T e usuccessisufulth ol candidatep L ui e
dispute is one of property rights. The ( would like to n. eet andc
government of the United States Wonian Hater.
claims that' under the Constitution' of But maybe he will alre,
1917 and the law of 1925 property l late with the Most Bashfu
rights are bein~ taken from the oil abetli Anderson.
conmpanies without compensation -1 Off course it was a Phi
that article 27 of the Consitution,l won the office of Class Bl
andl the law of 1925 are confiscatory." .gettiaig the key, almost

BY ATEOF UNGSSE ANCLIFRECH Flood In. Missisippi ,',
'ILL ATTEMPT NEW YORK-PARIS AIR FLIGHT1 Shows Necessity 0111
jTimberConservation-
Catling the great. M1issiissij)1)n l
anONlbject lesson in I hl needof ors
a ~"sF lcouservati n, M~artin L. 1)<ev. Oh;o
: "::".''r".x t ,, Co ngressma U enmphasizcedth i-
ailce of th-e Amnerlcam F,6,t ' k i
all pei~l lette'. Mr. JDavyv s '011 ;u
melyat ion an1(] reforest at ion . I In
ci at prevenitat ive of flood c1,- a:t!p:,;.'
tiU ~ tas ,great t 7n .'i "r .. srv:. r
lting t ers ;epthoch' l ro
z a l.11('nons ut:at efri i
Yy .is t imel~e t ot '1"ti~ ~O0
.., 03 *lE* .
Imt ion of three great .41~;n
L:":: :"}}::. .YN:4,^. ;..,... :: ' .'::".. ~t 4 :s 1;;floods, ":CPOiSii:tii:^W t. li { .j.I .
rca.'ceil y, showing £;that the ~e .I
ben;'f eti"1, Aj4 SS: lcz it thrr'>t.gh refor est at ionm ina t"".
!cl-,ckingof soil e'. Osio.
I Mr. Davey Urg;es the iusta I , m-
tion anditlnat ion-wide 511 ~ or.af 1-
est conser'vation pl riae'als that ;siu~eh
Le; of his countryir'en, Nungesser and Coli, ?Ni. Dron 'In, famous Frech aviator, has made; dir.sters as the presenit let hornl
ht attempt from Paris to New York. His gi,-mt li-pilane, just completed is shown here. flood may iv e checked at t hen' ::son lee.!
inter. He held the endurance recordI recently broke~n by ChaniberlaIn and Acosta. If an agressive po1licy o~;' ret. re ^t li n
__________ ____________________________ Iis not immz ed ately ImAe a Mlia i of our;
LECTO RATlE S INGS 'VOTE1 FRANKLIN SPEAKS .I area nopogsramdl anrvd M exitn tr'l
Mr.Llavy V'PA
LL SEN IOR IOCK OFFICES O ELECTRICITY 1the United States to pay 1WPt ll'
IN LECTURE HERE', ____
ty would be eligible for that ogele. As f
oe their fun it was it was Fred S. Glover. "Mechanical Ideas in; Electricity" ,'TI FirWERK
half, .hun- The Best Girl Student was Helen wstesbeto h etr ie
i Tuesday nigrhtbyPo. .S.FakSA Th
yafternoon Ruth. Now maylbe she can get. som nef te PyisPar W. tSFthank-ER R
in spite of good marks. Hugh Chalmers was Massachusetts Institute of Techno-i
oe m'ost im- elected as the Best Athlet'. Coach logy, in Natural Science auditorium. tle
us-just be- Yost may 1)e surprised, but probably 'lThe lecture was devoted to giving the,
ya joke, he got the votes because of auto rae-, mechanical and electrical analogues in
thought the ing.[ physics. Several wechanical models
ed this year Sid Dewey was nanved as the Best illustratedl the lecture showing the I AYLUIESO
fold in this Maln Student. That's one that Phij1 close relationship between mechanics
d that it fete missed. John Bou~nd won'the of- andl electricity.{ A splendiid opportailiy
attending. ice of Best Dressed Ml~u and wvas lThelecoturie was attended by a to laity
in the class right there in all his Van Boven glory large number of members of the De-
decided, to prove it. troit-Ann Arbor section of the -Amerl- Wedding
named htel The Class golitician managed to c arl Institute of Electrical Engineers,
we are un- get himself elected. He was Earl who attendled a dinner at the Union Birthdjaiv
to whether Blazer. And the Boy with the. Big- i 1-ncdiately preceding the lecture.
not, we can Best Line turnedl out to bie Calvin Memcnbers of the faculty, of Michigan I Graduation
ost popularI Patterson, who was leading the meet- isate college wer'e also present., Pro- Giftsi Etc.
ing, anywvay, thus proving his ability. fe sor Franklin spokeabout a year ago'
ve must list Howell Russ shook4 hands with in Ann Arbor and is recognized. as an;
for Woman enough men to capture the job of ,authority in the field of electrical enz- ATh GREAT SAVINGS
n. Perhaps Class Hand-Shaker. And there was gineering.
Rlittenhouse, one boy so bashful we found him; The lecture was closed by Professor 1NC U1L I{i.A lE;
coilquor the hiding way dlown here at the bottom; Franklin answering questions raisedofti arcl:Lne Wsng,'bthauec.TeNtoalC -
ady haveaBahu By vention of the Institute was announced j ____ __
havGIEliBashful Boy.g held in Detroit June 20 to
LII GijlPEli S T A T E--S tude nats here w ill June 24. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
is Bete that vote on the changes ini the Athletic I______________
luffer. After Association constitution in an all ( CORNELL-Th1,)el'IS~S ..rxdpwntient DISCOVERY NIGHT,
tany maii campus referendum. fund has r'eceivedl a total 0f 125,600.
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