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THE MICHIGAN

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DEAN DANA CONSoUT
W IT H A D V IS O R Y G R OUr. Cot 111 W (;A s s P s n
Wverk AndI I'ropoi.edi Projects..
FAVOR M'S WEENEY BILL
Samuel T. Dana, dean of the School
of Forestry and (onservation returned
Thiursdaty from Madison, Wis., where]
hie attendieda meeting of the adlvisoryI
c (-)ncil of thle Grealt LIkesExperiment'
stat i«o ofwhich he,, is a member. The.
coutnil discus sc(Ithe lMcSweeney }bill;
introducedr0inlto Congres::s last year b)y
tReretalt v ir Me eeney of Ohio,;
whiich wkill lr I'm-t the estalblish-
mtr T~ atoa poicy 'of federal
foresry reearchand ent on record 1
as heartu3ily indfo -;lug thebill.
An aldvisih)ilitv retalihiga
branchi of 1the Lake Sttes Exp1erimenit

Only Two -Elections Are To Have Effect ALPHA NU PLANS ANG'ELL HAS NEW
On he atin Acodin ToCunantqn FALL INITIATION BOOK PUBLISHED
- --- Alpha Itn, the local chapter of Kap- A new hok lc"Th 'ai ~ u<' i by ro-
'Of all the various e'e't ions held i nly ] on >state-wide amendments. pa Sigmza,_ will hold its annual fail in- fe1rli iilC '§~i1ofteUi-
last Tuesday, only tw~o seem to have ricsamendments to the state conr- .itiati o n utanh n~ etvri scooyW ir ethsbe
anly national significance, the vote onl TusdayIfternon, a 6ratifiedk byc plebis-cc
cite to he effective andI were dlesigned Tedy f ron tt 1 'lc c onclfri Iielo nPhu v
the amendments to t he state (oust hO - ([.oim ])r(4ve the government of the state' cording to an announcement by Lyle The lok xl i s1 UdV\ ; i oil
tion in anew York a oW i he iii ulicijil):'io New York. They remedied defects E liserman, '30L, presie nt. o <gica Iase!so e c if.i irw

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Sween mnuand uwnon stidlens, and WVASh I\(iTON, D.C. --When the
the OWlenS attitudeupon religious Army andl Navy football teams clash
questions ac'e amonng the subttjects th'is month they- will play with a C~oot-
treated, ha 11 aut ogralphed lby President fool-

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elections in Pi'ilael phija, 'st ated1 I )r.
Paul Al. Cune annon, of t he politicalj
science dep3art i"t, in a nin t ervie 'v
yesterdlay.
" Smith's victory in' Newv York state
again evidences his capacity for bril-
liant political leadership and showsl
his eflectivenress in i ns;;iirii~g popu~lar'
confidence," he said. "Smith li as tuual
was aided in the elect ion by the lacnsz-
bon stupidity of the itepublican3 who
seem unable to leam a L'',oin past, elcc-
tions. Tie hits undloubhtedly bee:,
pushed nearer the leemoeratic 0imj-
ation for' the prosidencyiLby the r:
Stilts."
"Onl the other ha i,'le con>tinued,
C'Mr. Varo is no neare~r as cef''>i'I!'cy1
.,ince his lien .1h:nan wIas elec d

ini the macliinery of government and
raised the governor's salary from $10,-
000 to1 $25,00)0 a year, p6rinitting him
1.0 ieceive more than any other 'state
executive in the IUnited1 St ates h
fsalar y of the state legislators was also
raised to $2,500 a year, making it
higher thanr any other state excep~t
'Pennsylvania."
'.lust outside the greatest city in
Aestchester county, the most pro-
gr essive charter ever stibmiittedI in the
hiistory of local government In Amner-'
isa ,,W,"P rejected by the electorate."

As speakers for the banq uet.; Prof.7
Tlames O'Neill, head of the spee c Y-
Ipartment, Gail E. lDensnmore,a mid(' art,
G. l3raadt have been secured. I )cns-
more aind'Brandt are both fo rme=r
me mbers iof 4,lphza Nu. Lyle l1ier -E
man, president, wvill act as toastmflast-
er, 1-oward Simon61 will give the A'l-j
com othfe ne~ men, aiNI ono' of the'
MT. PLEASANT.-Scarlet. fiver is'
depleat ing the ranks of the Att. l11eas-'
anit football t("1111.

;; aiml Nvfro I ,, I'l o! 1 rAneisper-
sUItitl (115i }lisa niign oth,
as, al : trdti" an tai tlU nieniher-!u.
A ccon'dinin clI'i-oA sni-Inebrhad'
Of thie 'soei-oey L~Am incaw, 1,I loo0k
Oliels p piltci hel 01'1 le soci-
tAlogi- rcla~ion lip m neet'vastudent
affa ii' aad msoci S
here ofA ii nit bu(i his i cn,;1l~
Weft and( activil c Alte 'S xta
euricolar act iev W te Maton he-

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"In Detroit,'

he cont innued, "the

stion]1in1 Wisconsin 1was also 4is- o m ta I£,~ ll , t H110 II t
t,) a ;oat ii t ho (11enate i a ~hi ccof
cuissed. lay a conlcenclus of opinion pulclwadpii oasadi
It was decided not to establish the pinnow a d related mtoathetandj isar
branch station until additional funds :avor owyrlae oHe eprr which hispoica maclhie may
wer avilaleenjoy in Philadelphia.",
Fey the terms of flue McSweeney bill, I e okflerslsw ,
which the council approved, an annual "InNe-Ym kth rsuls et
appropriation of $2,t000,000O would bec
given at the end of 1t0 years for re-
search into all branches of forestry.
T1he bill -wouml thus provide a gre(ater
appr opriation.
Raphael ion, director of the Greait
Lakes district, led the mee.ting of the
advisory committee. Existing wxork LA 3
and new pr1ojec(ts wer i (Iscussed.
Dean D ~na resen1 5. ted the Uiniver sity 7
at the meeting.
STACE ADVOCATES Io~
NEW COURSE HERE,--

election of John Lodge for mayor indi-
catedl a reveirsion to the custom of
early, America that the office should
:sec k the man. In Piladdelphia thej
candidate o' the Vare machine for
Snayor was succe-ssful. James M.
Beck, a noted constitutional lawyer
who has,-;hell many'high lpositionisanld
wvho is now aii od marn, was elected
to Congress in the first Pennsylvania

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1Urging a course in piublic utilities
at the University as a. means of ac--
quainting the students who would be
interested in such courses with phas-
es of public utility organization, fi-
nancing, management, operation, and
utilization, Arthur W. Stace, director
of the Michigan committee on public
utility information, adldressed the
:Barristers club at a luncheon yester-
dayr noon at the Lawyers club, onj
the subject of "Public Utilities and
the Let al Profession."
Stace commented on the close con-
nection between the lawe profession
"and public utilities, maintaining that
the services of lawyers are often4 of
the greatest importanc~e in public
utility matters. Hie said that "They
may be called upon as counsel for
the utilties, or for the public, or for'
regulating authorities. The utilities in
manfacturing their product have to
obtain water rights, secure plant sit
es,'obtain franchises to do business,
arra n -e financing, and engage.' in
various negotiations and transactions
reqluir ng legal advice and assis-
tatce."
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Al Jolson and
Paul Whitman
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