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Ti-it MiCHtGA~N r~A1LY

~LDOR TO ENGLAND

NAITE DISCUSSES SUPREME COURT R APTflMERICAN AMBASS
0,09W IC C LET. DECISION ON PROHIBITION SEARCH L|, B|IO P O WVISITS PRESIDEN
TO riir Some confusion has been causedi preme court it will be unawful,t fA
TOi *G uur flDAPTICft1 by variation in newspaper repot even under those circumstances, fo(} r
I Ithe poice to search the houseGRllOUP TO CONIENE
of the action of the United States ____
I Supreme Court on October 21 in without first taking time to hunt
denying a petition for a writ of up some magistrate, to detail the Will Outline Principal Projects
certiorari to the Supreme Court of toi ar a of Association for Annual
AIowa in a prohibition case in which to issue a search warrant. To m
AM.JCampus Affair Is Attemptthe person involved sought to Iome lawyers, the preclusion from Meeting of Body.
have the Iowa court's decision re- ppmmediate search in sun a case
;o Supply Laboratory viewed on the ground that it was appears more unreasonable than TO NAME COMMITTEES
-U Experience, in contravention of his rights un- the seach could be.
Search Unlawful
der the federal constitution. Twenty-one members of the
"But assuming that a search has Te
MANY PLAYS COMING IN;The claim was advanced by the been 'unreasonable,' the second board of directors of the Michigan
petitioner, Bamsey, that his house question arises. Can evidence se- State Bar association will meet at
kize Winning Pieces May h! was enteed without a search war- cured by it be used to convict. Un- i 9 o'clock this morning in the Law-
Pulse nVlm f rant for the purpose of getting ev- reasonable search has alwas been yeslb
Publif idence to show that he was vo-u wul i this country. A police T ur
XMichigan Plays'. lating the prohibition laws. It was officer who searches unlawfully is The purpose of the meeting is to
Wadmitted that such evidence was everywhere liable in a civil suit arrange for the place of the an-
Work on the one-act play con- found, but the petitioner contend to the individual whose person or nual meeting of the association
est that is being sponsored by the ed that without a search warrant property he has searched. In most which will take place next summer;
ivision of English is now in full law officers had no right to invadL cases the policeman is also liable to to appoint committees to carry on
$wing. This play composition' con- his premises. griminal prosecution
test which is open to all students In this case the Supreme Court "Some co:uts," Professor Waite the work of the assoiato ayduri
of the University except graduate did not render any opinion, but continued, "think that this direct )e coming year and to lay out he
,tudents who are teaching, is given merely issued an order denying a liability of the policeman is not principal projects to be undertaken
in an effort to provide practical in- petition for a writ to review the enough to restrain him from un- during the year.
otruction in the writing and pio- decision of the supreme court of lawful searches. To keep him out It has been suggested that the
ducing of plays. A course: in dr- Iowa. Washington dispatches to a 1of temptation, as it were, they say association, undertake the revision
matic composition is given by number of newspapers, ineluding that any evidence he gets by an of the corporation code of Michi-
rof. Kenneth T. Rowe, of the rhe- The New York Times, interpreted unlawful search can not be used in gandre
tboric department, and students in the Supreme Court's action as court. Te federal courts and g nd the Board will decide Charles G. Dawes )left paid his
this class may submit manuscripts meaning that the court gave sanc- those of about a score of states whether or not this is to be done first visit to Washington since as-
to the contest if they desire. But tion to the course of prohibition follow this rule. Michigan is one of At the general meeting of the as- suming his duties as ambassador
he competition is an all-campus officers in Iowa in searching a them. It has been criticised as sociation held in September, the of- to Great Britain. He is shown re-
Affair in which the best plays will private home without authority of the ridiculous procedure of pun- ficers of the association were di- ceiving a Red Cross button from
b4 selected for production by tire a search warrant. ishing the policeman by letting the rected to take the necessary steps Judge Barton Payne. president of
1lay Production group. Waite CmrnAents- criminal go. to prevent corporations and trust the American Red Cross, while
Is Laboratory Experience. Prof. J. B. Waite of .the Law Would Punish Police. companies from practicing law by President Hoover looks on.
The idea of producing these plays School, in commenting on the sit- "The other state couits evidently drawing wills, trust agreements and The ambassador has been con-
s an attempt to give laboratory !ation in an interview yesterday believe that policemen should be ithe like. The board will decide up- ferring with President Hoover rela-
experience to student writers. It said, "The court did not hold that punished directly if they yield t on the steps to be taken in com- tive to problems of naval arma-
affords an opportunity for the stu- the search of a house without a temptation, but that they shoul pliance with these directions. m ent. It was this particular sub-
aents to see their creations on the warrant is legal. Technically not be kept from temptation by <L The members of the Board will ject which occupied the ex-vice-
stage and thereby have an oppor- speaking, it decided nothing but sacrifice . of society's interest in attend the Harvard game in a body president during his recent diplo-
tunity to correct many of their that it would not review the lower having criminals punshed," Pro-. this afternoon. matic conference in England.
faulty conceptions. This could not court's decision; from which no fessor Waite pointed out. ----- -- --bs t u---ah---.
be possible if they learned nothino inference as to the Supreme court's "Iowa is in this latter group. All
4f the stage technique of the dra- o on madthe mrtcan tht theUnited States Supreme,
mta. Although the final date for; properly be made. But even in-f court determined in the Bamsey
l|anding in the plays is 'not until ferentially the decision could not case was that it would not review
January 6, it has been iported mean more than a holding that the Iowa ourt's decision that the!
that a goodly number have already evidence though secured by search evidence could be used. It did not
been received. a warrant can neverthe declare, nor did the Iowa court-
be May e Published. qless be used in Iowa. hold, that the search itself was
hepThe two questins, how the evi- lawful" Professor Waite concluded. e
It Is expected that the piize win- dence is secured and whether__ __
ning plays will be published in a having been so secured it can be «sF " A 1
volume of "Michigan Plays" as wa-s used, must be kept distinct. The! Farm Board Aids Grain
lishing house assumed the respon- that search of a dwelling house
sibility for the printing and pub-;without a warrant can not be law- (By Associated Pres)SPECIA L
fishing of the student plays. In ful unless it immediately follows a MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 7.-'
celebration of the production of lawful arrest therein. It is unlaw- Through the Farmers' National
the winning three-act play of last ful because, if without a warrant, Grain corporation, tle Federal
year, "City Haul," which is now, it is 'unreasonable.' Many consider Farm board has taken an imppr-C H ICE N
showing at the Lyli iaMendelsohn this dogmatic rue to be short tinasg and sell
theater, this store is giving a win- sighted and unsound." Professor ing of grain crops at northwest ter- D
slaw display of "Michigan Plays"! Waite gave an examnple, saying,{ minals.
dll this week. "Suppose, for instance, the police The corporation will establish
The judges of the contest of one- have reason to believe a murder is grain marketing agencies within :
act play writing throughout the being committed in a certain few weeks at Minneapolis and Du-
§ear --this includes the three-act house. They rush to the place. As luth and five co-operative sales of-
play edinpetition to be fostered lat- they arrive the putative murderer fices will be merged as a nucleus
er-arc Prof. Peter M. Jack, Prof. comes out and is arrested outside for the two new agencies. SU N D A Y
Oscar J. Campbell, and Windt. the house. Inide the house there
Prof. Rowe during the past week may be cogent evidence of his According to estimates made by'
has been crowded with students ( guilt which will disappear, or be the U. S. Commerce department, A
who wish to make appointments caused to disappear, if not secured approximately 89,500 women of De
for consultation; he is fullfilling immediately. troit are engaged in commercial t
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.. - between Deal. Eng.. and Calais,
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tracks, an automobile road and
providing a ship canal, has been
suggested by Jules Jaeger, Swiss
engineer, as a substitute for the
tunnel.
proposed underground channel
The government in a statement
Wednesday.denied a report that
Sx the proposed channel tunnel had
been abandoned as impractical.
Jaeger's scheme would cost ap-
proximately $400,000,000, while th0
cost of building the tunnel has been
put at $150,000,000.
"The water between the two
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ships and barges connecting Lon-
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Danube, the two most important
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