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MICHIGAN

DAI LY,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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To Direct Research On Scheme
For Pittsburgh Municipal Federation

Gasoline Discussed

Warthin Addresses
N Y k1 WrDej l .r Awt

as Director of Research in
provisions, Prof. Thomas H.
f the political science de-

(By Associated Press)
TOKIO, Oct. 1.-Today witnessed
the incorporation of that essen-
tially Anglo-American institution,
til by jury, in the legal system of
the Japanese empire. Heretofore
Japan has drawn almost entirely
on China and continental Europe
for its juristic patterns.
The purpose of the innovation
was explained to be the democrat-
ization of criminal procedure and
the increase of popular confidence
in courts by opening the way for
greater public participation in
criminal trial.
The new jury law is limited in
scope, and the inauguration of the
new system followed a long period
of study. The jury system law
was passed by the diet nearly six
years ago and promulgated in April,
1'923. In the intervening period
many Japanese judges have visit-
ed America and England to witness
the use of jury trials.

partment, is working with the Me-
tropolitan Plan commission of
Pittsburgh on one of the largest
schemes for municipal federation
plan, which will go before the vot-
ers for ratification on November 6,
that has ever been attempted. The
involves the establishment of a me-
tropolitan government under the
name of the, City of Pittsburgh for1
the whole of Alleghany county, em-
bracing 122 municipalities and 725
miles of territory.
The distinquishing feature of the
proposition is that it will preserve
for the existing districts eighty-
five per cent of their present func-
tions. Each one of the 122 muni-
cipalities, while surrendering the
privilege of government in matters
affecting the Metropolitan area as
a whole, is guaranteed complete
and permanent independence in
the administration of local affairs.
"The plan is very simple," said

Professor Reed, "as it is merely an
application of the federation prin-
ciple to municipal government. It
is analagous to our national or-
ganization which has a centralized
government at Washington, butj
which preserves for the separate
states the management of their
affairs.")
If adopted at the November elec-
Lons, the plan will be a climax to
twenty years of work on the part
of Pittsburgh officials and the
specialists whom they employed. It
will be in the nature of a com-
promise between two forces; on the
one hand, the desire of the city
o expand; and on the other, the
wish of the neighboring towns and
boroughs to maintain "home rule.
The proposal which will increase
the population of Pittsburgh from
670,000 to 1,500,000, by 1930 has at-
tracked a great deal of attention
all over the world. It is being
adopted in Montreal and is being
seriously considered in Cleveland,
St. Louis, Newark, and Sidney, Aus-
tralia.

In CUhemical Seminar w xor oCors
The seminar in Chemical Engi- One of the University faculty
neering and the staff of the depart- men was chosen to give the Car-
ment had their first annual meet- penter lecture this year at the New
ing yesterday afternoon in room York Academy of Medicine. Prof.
3201 of the East Engineering build- AtrhoogicWart hl rector of the
ing at 4 o'clock. Mr. Emory M. University, was given the honor of
Skinner, fellow in motor fuel re- presenting this lecture in New York
search, gave a talk on "the Critical last night. He selected as his topic
Value of Motor Fuel Volatility," and "the Pathology of the Aging Pro
discussed the methods of determin- cess, a philosoply of old agbe
Students on the campus may b
ing the volatility of motor fuels given an opportunity to hear this
with reference to their behavior in lecture, if Professor Warthin con-
automobile engines. zsents to repeat it.

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Friday and Saturday, Oct. 5 6
PAUL GREEN'S REMARKABLE DRAMA
OF THE CAROLINAS

Just Cobnpleted a New York Run of Over 200 Performances
"A sweeping theme, noble in its
conception. The group that acts
in it brings to the stage a sweeping
intensity.". . .N. Y. EVE. POST.
PULITZER PRIZE PLAY -1927
Original Production
Direct froin rovincetown Playhouse

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Accompanied by the Marvelous Duic
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it has Detroit. Don't miss it.

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That I by President
is C. C. Little
Sunday Night 8:30

Cosmno-
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Production
Directed
By Harry
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greater photo-play sensation.
This is one of those times, and
our advice is come one, come
all!



Comedienne
with a
IETTA GOUDAL
NILS ASTHER
directed by
B'T. Z. LEONARD

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Adapted from the
play
"Daus Sa Candeur
Naive"
by Jacques Deval

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Em MIN m N ME

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THE MOST
ROMANTIC

LOVE
EVER
ON A

SCENES
PICTURED
SCREEN

and
JOHN
MACK_
BROWN,
NILS
ASTHER,
ANITA
PAGE,
DOROTHY
SEBASTIAN
And All-Star
Cast

-also-
KARL
WIEDERHOLD
and His
MICHIGAN
ORCHESTRA

AND ON THE
TWO EXCEPTIONAL
with
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STAGE FEATURES!
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Coming
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