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October 20, 1927 - Image 2

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THE MICNIC'IAN DATT .Y'

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CONVENTION ATTENDED CONVENTION TO OPEN!
BY PROF. MATTHEWSFI RST SESSIO,,N TODAY

'YOUTHFUL PROS3ECUTOR, ONLY 34,
LEADS HOOSIE R CORRUPTION QUIZ
I NDIANAPOLIS---A 4h e a r-o I d matn"ofsuch youthful appearance held
'ounty ' attorney -who ? I T (,l i e oimport cant alloffic

]Discusses Forestry Research Before
Gathiering of Wood Industry
Experts in. Grand Raidds
RETURNS TO ANN ARBOR
Profs. Donald M. Matthews and' Wil-
liam Kynoch returned yesterday from
a convention of tho' wood industries
division of the American Society of
Mechanical Engineers, which met in
Grand Rapids, Mich. Professor Mat-
thews trade a? speech at the meeting,
discussing a paper read by Arthur
Koehler on "The Need of Research in
Tropical Woods before Marketing
Them."
Professor, Matthews discussed. the
topic from the viewpoint of the man
in the field. He pointed out the need
for research in the source of supply
in the tropics of the quantity of wood
there and its cost of extraction, An
information bureau is needed to con-
centrate on research and investiga-
tionm, he believes.
Matthews was appointed a sub-mem-
ber of a committee to organize this
research. Members of this committee
include Major Georg-, P. Ahern, of the
Tropical Plant Research foundation;
D. H. Allen, Thomas Perry and Major
Wilkes of the War Department, who
is connected with the timber supply
division of the army. Matthews was
retained as a technical advisor on the
resources of South America.
Major Ahern and Koehler returned
to Ann Arbor with Professor Mat-
ihlews where the Major addressed
classes in the School of Forestry and
Conservation.

(Continued From Paget nc)
From 4:30 to 6i o'clock a general dis-!
cussion will be heid andl a tea ten-
dered the visiting womnen by Theta'
Sigma Phi, womn's journalistic stir
ority.
At 6:30 o'clock Friday night the,
annual banquet will be held in the
main dining room of the I~nion, at
which William Preston Beazell, as-j
sistant managing editor of tihe New
York WorldI will be tho principal
speaker. Fielding H-. Yost, dlirector
of, intercollegiate athletics, will also
be called on to speak at this tine.
The convention will he concludedI
Saturday with the animal business
session and election of officers ini the
morning and a luncheon at noon. In
the afternoon the delegates will be the
guests of the Athletic association at
the Ohio State univerzity foot;)all
gamine.
Students in the department of jour-
nalisln in the University are associate
member of thle Press Club and are
urged to attend the convention. The
general public is also welcome to at-
tend the open sessions. Professor
Brumm, who has charge of all ar-
rangements and the program for the
convention, announced.
University of South Dakota-A tax
levied on cigarettes is financing the
erection of a $250,000 stadium. The
proposed armory and gymnasium willj
be the fourth state building paid for'
with the money derived from this
tax.

yo";:,' r ha", carriel the tal':t* of pr-os-;
ee~tion for the last ithreeVQaresin 1II-
(ian:a's sensational1 inquiry _ aal-
legdftlpolitical corruption.
li" is> willialm Ii.' Horny, ?pro-:wut n
ji ttorney of Marion couinty, which tin-'
i'ces Indianapolis. Although a re-
Jpnublican, lie was instrumental in the
indictment of the republican governtor
of the state; hie convicted the republi-
can mayor of Ohe state capital for vio-
lal-ion of the corrupt practice act ; and
he 'e;Dt to prison for life a mlan whose
p olitica1l power was spokien of with
bated breath.
ATamy times HRmy has had to conl-
vince strangers that, he was the inan
whoe held the office of county prose-
cutor. They could not believe that a

The pot beg an to boil in Indiana
after Rmy won the state's case
1ganinst D. C. Stephenson, former
rad (ragon of the Indiana Ku Klux
lachiarged with murder in connec-
Iio:n with the (doath of an Indianapolis
girl and sentenced to life imprison-
menit,
For a year Remy has devoted vir-
tugally all his time to investigating
charges of Thomas H. Adams, Vincen-
nr~s publisher, and of the convicted
Stephenson that corruption has been
rampant in high offices in the Hoosier
state.
When the functioning of the grand
jury was interrupted lately by
.charges that there had been an at-
temp~t to bribe a juror to vote against

reurning an indictment against when the latter wras tried for black- choice.
Mayor John Dluvall of Indianapolis, mail in connecction with acts of vandal- Hie was re-elected at the last elec-
Remy and his associates tooks the ism in TIndianapolis. He is credited tion b)y a greater plurality than an~y
issue into their own hainds, filed anl with obt aining much of the evidenice' other ca:ndidate on the republican
affiidavit against Duvall charging upon which the grand juryr indicted ticket.
violation of the corrupt practices ! Governor Ed Ja ckson, Mao ual Is four-year record shows convic-
act, and won their case in court. l Gorge V. Coffi, -Marion county repub- tions in 90 of evemr 100 cases.
Former Mayor John W. Holtz-1 lican chairmlan, and Robert G. Marsh,
mvan and Emsley Johnson, Indian- local attorney. Campus territory amounting to 11,-
apolis attorney, have been assisting By a queer turn of fate, Remy holds 000 acres will be appropriated by
Remy, but they have worked under the office which Jackson, Coffin and' Stanford U N~er~siy for "developing
his direction despite their greater Marsh are charged with attempting to
years of experience, bribe former Governor Warren T. Me-' the greatest botanical gardens in the
Remy convicted John J1. MacNamara' Cray to fill by an oppointee of their' world."

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