VET IS NOME
T WET BILL
I1- J. LZL.* 1VIA11Ai IN' L ~1 SATURDAY, AP1 L 3,
HOOVER DAM DIVERSION TUNNEL OF DO O T r il Iter ed by 75a ontestants. There re j Removal of Eva
oims Resolution Would Have
O DIRECT REFERENDUM
'ill Vte on. Liquor Question in
Accordance With Sentiment
of Second District.
Congressman E. C. Michener,
esent .tive of the second Mich-
an district, returned to Adrian
ednesday to explain his vote
'ainst the Beck-Linthicum liquor
solution which was recently de-
ated by the house.
"If the Beck-Linthicum amend-
ent had passed the Congress by
two-thirds vote of both houses,
id had been approved by three-
urths.of the states, it would have
pealed the Eighteenth Amend-
eht and placed in the hands of
Rose states" so desiring the right
! The ftate to absolutely control
.e liquor question," stated Mich-
According to the statement, the
I1 d'id not provide for a direct
ferendun vote by the people.
.'he only vote the people could
ve, underr dny circumstances,
ould be a vote on delegates to
:e convdntion, Iend if there were
nunber of candidates, some wet
id some dry, it will be observed
at it would be impossible to
cmre an accurate reflection of
pular sentiment through dele-
tes selected in this manner."
In the statement Congressman
itbhener said that he would vote
the liquor question in accord-
te with tthe majority sentiment
the second district as expressed
the state liquor referendm that
ll probably be presented to the
ters of Michigan in the fall elec-
Mihener's dry vote has aroused
nslderabe opposition to his re-
ection as representative among
dal citizens. Jacob F. Fahrner,
cal attofney 4nd former prose-
iting attorney of Washtenaw
,unty-, Lawrence C. Leever, office
anager of .a local lumber com-
Wy and prominent in -World War
iteran's activities, and several
ihers have beln mentioned as
mndidates for Congress.
MITH TO ATTEND
fichigan Man Is Appointed to
Local Authorities Congress.
Harold D. Smith, director of the
ichigan Municipal league, 'has
en appointed by President Hoo-
B as one of the 12 delegates who
ill reprasent the United States at
e fifth International Congress of
cal Authorities, which will meet
:ay 23 to 26 in London, England.
Approximately thirty-fiye coun-
ies, including the United ftates
ill be represented at the confer-
ice, which is to be held under the
.spces of the International Un-
n of Local Authorities. The dele-
Wtion from the United States will
e sponsored by the American Mu-
Following the London meeting,
tembers of the American delega-
on plan to make a month's tour
f ontinental Europe, in order to
tudy at first hand the problems
ad methods of solving them used
i typical communities there-
Water of the Colorado river will be diverted around the Hoover dam site through rock-hewn tunnels,
like the one above, while the project is in the early stages of construction. The picture above gives some
idea of thE magnitude and characteristics of the tunucis. A semi-circular gauge framework guides work-
men in the work.
STRUCTURE PLAYS IMPORTANT PART
IN BUILDING DESIGN, SAYS IANNELLI
Stressing his convictions that
sculpture and plastic art should
closely unite with the structural
qualities of a building, Alkonso Ian-
nelli, noted Chicago sculptor ad-
dressed more than 100 people yes-
terday in the Architectural . audi-
"Not since- the Gothic era," said
Iannelli "have we had a unified
architecture. However, serious work
is now being done in the middle:
west to resolve the structural and
ornamental parts of buildings into
a unity. Heretofore," he continued,
"plastic artists have been c6nsider-
ed as illustrators or embellishers,
not as co-partners in the. whole de-'
lannelli further pointed out that,
"conventionally artists are pictured
as starving inhabitants of Paris
garrets lolling before their easels
waiting for an inspiration, but ac-
tually many artists are being drawn
into commerce to design utilitarian
commodities, thus becoming work-
ing factors in modern society."
"The plastic arts will have served
a more truthful function when ar-
chitects become more sensitive to
their needs and provide integral
correlations . in their structural
schemes for these elements of de-
Prof. Emil Lorch, Director of the
AT 3 P.M.
204 North Main Phone 3916
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competent college men with a
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seven rooms, for next year avail-
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attorney, doctor, dentist, or engi-
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REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
Finance company for balance
due. We sell all makes of new
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REWARD-For slide rule lost Tues-
day morning in Ch. E. Seminar.
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