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THE MICHIGAN DATT2Y'

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W ik eieves New Statutes
f decl dImprovement
i Proedute.
kUS PASSE RECENTLY
~if ~o Nqw&stem for
R~eout~ ~lL, and
Better local; election boards, de-
esed,.election expenses, and gen-
ov nt nthe ;elec~ton
se ill Abe the result ohan es
rovided for in the three bill~ s-
A,: dJ~i~te ichigan legislature at
4 ' sio, Prof. ,James K. Po -.
: of the political science depart-
ket said yesterday in an inter-
Pro °fessor .PolIock was .a embr
f the commissionr which recom-
iencled the passing of the bills.
;~~e r mea t Mn of the
~mission w n ot c_ptad by the
,gisltr.fThe "is4im to stand-
Mize and iipiify the methods of
rnducting elections -in 'the state.
"Among the changes provided in
wse bills," said Professor Pollck,
si ~ tely new sstem =for oon-
acotingr1ecounts. All recounts, un-
er thex~wpzo~s~s~wili 4e con-
iicted- in the locality where the
ispute occurs but under the-super-
L . of the state board of canvas-
eaS . Vie'composition of local
,rd £ has been changed so that
he iburd of ;county -election corn-
O skn~rs will now act as the
>ad of coiunty oanvassers.
SAd .lane amef t 4n the state re -
WIT; saute provdes' that ,M soon
. ~y man is recalled from office
ie must leave that office and i not
Li'ble, to-run in the succeeding
ctuKo.= The provisions were also
kengt ened o require signatories
" Yftall petitions to be registered
.-:in order that they mnight be
hbecle..
"The; power of the secretary of
gate has beeny greatly increased in
'fier t6 nmake hime in fact as well
. "n ae the chief supervisor of
Iectjn C Under the new system;
es"V4ile power of regulating ele-
10~ Sto the extent of promoting
Mic ey and unifority, anid pro-,
ding for, better ioal boards.
One Bill lDefeated.
"LThe, repea* of the preferentialI
ofs&denial primary law and the
r cticaI, elimination of the cau-
us hre the remaining items of im-
Ortanoce which were advocated by
4,e -ommission and passed by the
Mal~ture; the chaanges in the cor-
.P ractices act being in the bill
bich was defeated in the judici-
0y committee of the house of rep-
eseentatives. The defeated bill was
sported out unanimously by the
.cti'n s"committee and discussed
acommitee of the whoe before
. 0.Detat the hands of the se-
"lofthese changes have. been
<ecessitateci by conditions arising
om, obslete statutes and lack of
niformity and the new provisionsG
hourd bring remarkable .results.
hey were. devised after consider-
ble thought ;and work by a com-
issiont devoted solely to that pur-
ose and -consisting of W~dividuals
plcte- for them knowledge of con-
tions in elections throughout the

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01.T 1 ON 9AL1N 'ROD 0 EY 9P'RjNR utve __nis Hsiits o
fl Itfi University Not Concerned With'ti on of
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UI Abolition of O pen Parties, 1tirely w
President Asserts, selves.
Commpittee of Detroit Lawyers St iknon ,'aken on. information! Presid
Draws up. Complaint for Otand uin ecn o 'in an y inten tion of the parttize
Obtaied DringRecet ofthe tiniversity Administration
Federal Court. Fraternity Raids. t rv rtriisfo h ih the par
igan campus or to curb their activ- mortteap
DETROIT, June l.-(AP)-The leg- Local police arrested Jack Stimp- ities in self-government, Dr. Alex-atmp
al camlpaign to have declared un- son, 50, of Ann Arbor, Sunday, as Iatnder G. Ruthven, .president of themetc
constitutional the Cheeney Alien an accomplice of Joseph Rooney, Uiv'ersity, stated yesterday, that it many o
ne,, ciou rs ii.
Reistration Law was to start todaywoinwsevntmenthsat was his wish to see the administra-
according to plans made Sunday. prison at Jackson for supplying -' cited a
A committee of attorneys corn- liquor to the five fraternities which J.ri. h~ad bey
prising Patrick H.O'Brien, Isadore. were raided and closed on order of ! ha sGongonl I the pa.
evnThooeLvnadFeM.the University senate committee on beliefs1
eiThooeLinadFeM.student affairs. THIEATRES stigated
Butzel, Worked Sunday afternoon Police had been searching for! raids fc
and evening framing the bill of Stimpson since Feb. 11, a warrant k Lydia o" CpiMpene.sIhn-B 1 a n c hi e I la fo:
complaint for filing in Federal .being sworn out for his arrest on uk i Cprc. lature,'
Cortths ' t' fo'information obtained the morning M'ic higan--Adolphe Menjou, Pat conteml
moinng p~Aioing of the raids. He once served time GO'Brien, Mary Brian, Edward Ever- ban in
an interlocutory injunction to re- ( ttesaepisna ako f ett Horton in "The Front Page,"hveb
strain State officials from enforc- ter conviction on a liquor law vio- and Don Miller in "Hats." was att
ing the law. lation charge. Previous to that he Majestic--Bert Wheeler,' Robert nitiesf
The next step will. be for a Fed-. had beeni probationed for five yearsI Woolsey, Dorothy Lee, and Edna and fin,
erl ude ose ada orherigon a similar charge. !May Oliver in "Cracked Nuts," and a hand
erl ude o eta ayfo harng Looney pleaded guilty to the Jack Be-ny7 in "Cab Waiting." terfrate
arguments as to whether an ;order charge of supplying liquor to the Wuerth-Grant Withers and Eva- mittee
to show cause whzy State ofi1cials fraernties at th~e time of the raids. lyn Knapp in "Sinners Holiday.", fraternJ
should not be restrained from ei' - -
forcing the law should be issued.
T1hat would be argued before a Waves of gloriously fresh, delight- :
three-j udge Federal Court, includ-. fully cooled' air pour over you from our
ing a judge from Circuit Court of perfect ventilating system. You're com-
Appeals or a Justice of the Uniited Portable--relaxed-rested'. Never before
'btsSpeeCut eas h amid the quiet and pleasant comfort of
sovereign powers of a state would this efficiently cooled theatre. ,...s\.: CA
be involved.
"Mr. Butzel, noted Detroit social " d are
'" orker and a member. of Gov. This is .the only c , Ever C r i n the Mich
Bi ucker's Advisory Committee onc.
State Welfare, in an interview to- Ee turned hw t h tdn o
day asserted that it was almostOpening .. .dust t(
incredible that su; h a bill should ____________________________________
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i insr o eptance of Rumors MV19TtIU II PMfl
fraternity affairs rest en-,
vith L he organization them- IgI
dent Ruthven sharply cri- Ash Returns to Tokio: Chfarnve

the common tendency on
t of students to accept ru-
ed campus gossip with no
tat verification of sta.te-
originatins in this mianner,
A which he said were Mali-
n character.
7is connection the President
inumber of rumors whichI
yen reported to him within
it semnester, including the
that the University had in-
d the recent fraternity liquor
'r the purpose of making a
)r favor with the state legis-
that the administration had
iplated abolishing the auto
case the Mill tax were to
Ten cut, that the University
,tempting to abolish frater-
from the campus entirely,
aly that the University hA
Iin the proposal -of the in,-
ernity council judiciary com-
to abolish open parties in
ity houses.

Plans Am, Attributed to
Plane's Condition.
TOKIO, June I.-'J)~-A Rn °o
agency dispatch Ermx a muashir
today said T:ja sh r.; a
abandoamd his proptsedNonm-WA)o
flight acrosthe Pacific and wvas
returning to TOMi.
Ash's abanC1on1t11 of .the flgMt
was attributed in the Reng_,o dis-
patch to the failure of his plane,
to come up to expectations in sev-
eral particula.rs. The 1flP.,sage si
the motor failed to run perfec~ily
and had developed oinly enoug,,h
power for 1,050 revolutions J)"r
minute when at least 1,850 wre(
needed to rise with his heavy load
of fuel.
' The failure of a cietachai( dolly
which Ash used in~ the place of a
tail skid was list~ed also < afac-
tor in his decision to abandon the

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..dsocsia t Pres PJ6,Q
Ron Manutel E. Maibraii,
Amhbassador from Argentina, who
told the national foreign tradeco-
ventlion in New YFork th1at United
States tariff rates are prohibitive'
rather than protectlye.
Case Will Lead, Texas
Excavating Exiledition
Dr. Ermine C. Cas;e, director of
the University museum of pal-o'Ato-
logy, will conduct an expedition to
'Texas this summer, where the
party will excavate for valuable
bones.
Dr. G~se plans' to leave ini the
middle of June. The s7cene of their
work will be Scurry County, Texas,
near Triassic, and then Amnorilla,
where the work will be continued.

Get away from the smuggy stuffiness
of summer. You'll feel better and look
better rafter a wondterful few hours
here... seeinry fine plays and fea-
tures free from fatigue. Our- air is
scientifically guarded--kept at constant
temperature for your safety, health and
comfort.

iigan Daily. in Which the Michigan
Ay . . . and we Waited Until After
obe Sure!
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DOROTHY EDNAMVAE "LAUG{ /^& GETRICH'
LEE OLIVER "LAUGE

The Player's League

presents

thisanThat
,A Brilliant Musical andl Dance Revue
Everythin g new, 'novel and interestin,-ably presented
b)y a huge cast.
Whit-n ey T. 1heatre

June 2nd, 1931

Box Office Opens at Whitney Theatre, June 1, at 1 P. M.
Scale of Prices : $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
BoaxOffice$ open at the Whitney Theater

SAVS 437AT' SEA
Louisville, New Cruiser, Picks
up Victims of Grounded
Passenger Ship,
LOS ANGELES, June 1.-(A')-.
Salvage wotk was under way today
on the liner Harvard, coastwise
passenger ship which went aground
in. a fog early Saturday at Point
Arguelia, north of here.
.:Whi4ie her- 4971 passengers, holi-
day excursionists from San Fran-,
Cisco, told of being set afloat in
lifeboats and later picked up and
brougl-it here by the navy's newest
fihing ship, the cruiser Louis-
Ville, the Harvard r'olled in waters
which may be~come her grave.
"Condition of Harvard is seri-
ous," radioed R. S. Gardner, salvage
expert, at the scene aboard the tug
Peacock. "Will not stand any bad
weather."

LASTs'TIMES

TODAY

WHEELER
AND
WOOLSEY
Starting
WednesdayI

IN "CRACKED
NUT S"P

qf ma

tic

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"Tho :I'd _sink
a schoon~er, I'd
drink a sight
soonier, f r-o m,
?,ts,, T~resweet
tai :es flowo.",

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You've Never Met
a Lover Like

MARY BRIAN
KAY STROZZI
JOHN HALLIDAY

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BRIGHT SPOT
802 PACKARD ST.
TODAY, 11.30 to 1:30
BAKED HAM WITH
BAKED BEANS
COLE SLAW
201-D MEA'LS, POTATO SALAD
'PRUNE WHIP
COFFEE, MILK I LD 70 5E(~AFR) I

EXTRA ADDED

"GENTS OF LIUE

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MARION HARRIS
"IT'S ALL OVER"

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III CLYDE COOK

ESSE CRAWFORD III

rsis .viun vriginai innuvaLion ?

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