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THE AIICHICIAN DAILY

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PACF ;~j~ THE MIChIGAN DAILY

Pu-Yi Seeks To
Annex Part Of
North ern- China

Won't 'Bear Arms'

Huge Homecoming
Planned By Illini;
Rail Ties Profuse

Yost, Sample Say Prohibition
Lessened Liquor Consumption

Former Boy Emperor
Attempt Move With
Of Japanese Army

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- - ---- - I Stressing the fact that pcrsonial gers were active before prohibition
CHAMPAIGN, 111. -Hopes of lho degeneratoin and moral disieiLegra- and would be active after repeal an-
realization of the uiversal campus tion result from the use of alcolol der any system of control.
slogan, "Beat Northwed;ern!" are as a beverage, Coach Fielding II. A London dispatch of the Det:oit
lending zest to final preparations for Yost and Judge George W. sample Times indicating that the English
the twEnty-third annual Homecom- presented various phases of the in- government was alarmed by the im-
ing week-end October 14-16 on theitoxicating liquor problem before a mense growth of the traffic in illicit
University of Illinois campus. round-table discussion at Wesley liquor was quoted by Coach Yost.
In addition to the usual plan for aay evening. He said it was significant that Eng-
alumnitruionoteuntshowslan o Neither speaker could find any use land does not have prohibition.J
dramatics, a monster pop meetings for alcohol as a beverage, both agree- Mr. Roy J. Burroughs of the eco-
dbeming arrangndfor Fiday nitg be ing that prohibition had curtailed nomics department, who was present
beingrangethe liquor trafficandgewly re-atthe eting. aged with the wo

Alumnus Represents
Michigan At Jubilee
Dr. Herbert Lee Toney, '03D, trus-
tee of Linfield College, McMinnville,
Ore., was appointed yesterday by
President Alexander G. Ruthven to
represent the University at the dila-
mond jubilee of Linfield College Oct.
21 to 23. Colleges and universities
throughout the country will join in
the celebration, which will be climax-
ed by the inauguration of a new pres-
ident, Dr. Elam J. Anderson, the final
Sunday afternoon.
The University of Minnesota's golf
course took in $30,000 in fees in 1331.

Michigan, Ohio Clubs
Hold Smoker In Toledo
Toledo alumni of the Universities
of Michigan and Ohio held their an-
nual joint football smoker in Toledo
last night. Representing the Univer-
sity were Director of Athletics Field-
ing 1f. Yost and Prof. Paul Leidy of
the Law School,
T Y P E W R I T E R S
Al. aks -Lge and Portable
Sold Rented EccIned Repaired
Large choice stock.W es,
0. D. MORRILL

Cherishes Ambition

Extension Of OperationsA
By Armed Fre aled
An Inevitable Sequel
CHANGCHUN, Manchuria, Oct. 12.
-(k')-A possibility that a large part
of northern China might be annexed
to th ne state of Manchukuo, with
the aid of the Japanese army, and at
least part of the old Chinese mon-
cyarchy restored ufider the former "boy
emperor, enry u-Yi, was predict-
ed today by sources close to Pu-Yi's
palace.
ese oc described the move
as a cherished ambition of Pu-Yi and
his followers and said they hoped to r >
be able to bring it about next spring
after the Japanese army has occupied"
the province of Jehol, which was de-,
scribed "inevitable."
After that, the "boy emperor" and
his associates were represented as:
believing the extension of the Japan- (Associated Press Photo)
ese military operations southward to Ennis Coale (below) of Belair, Md.,
the Pieping and Teintsin districts a freshman, and Wayne Leese, sopho-
would be an minevitable sequel. more of Washington, were suspended
Pu-Yi, now dictator of the new from the University of Maryland for
Manchukuo state, under the advice refusal, to attend the compulsory
of dozens of Japanese counsellors, military training course. They plan
recently received emissaries from the to fight the suspension order.
Chinese provinces south of the Great
Wall, the sources of information said,
and discussed with them the possi Carolina Fraternities
bilities of such provinces as Hopei,
Stantung and Shansi joining Man- Buy Supplies Together
chukuo and restoring Pu-Yi to 'the
throne where his Manchu ancestors CHAPEL HILL, N. C., Oct. 12.--R)
ruled in grandeur for three centuries. -The Fraternity Buyers Association,
Such an ambition, if realized, would an organization of 13 fraternities on
double the present territory of Man- the campus of University of North
chukuo. Ever since the occupation of Carolina has been formed to save
Manchuria proper was completed last money by co-operative buying of
winter by the Japanese, there have fraternity household and food sup-
been recurring threats of occupation plies.
of the province of Jehol, By an organization of this kind
Pu-Yi was only two years old when the fraternities believe that they can
he succeeded to the throne of China obtain lower prices because of their
in 1908, under the name of Emperor increased buying power.
Hsung Tung. Four years later, when The association is composed of the
he was six, he was forced to abdicate business managers or stewards of the
by the revolution of 1912, which end- houses. The buying is under the su-
ed the monarchy and set up the Re- pervision of the officers of the asso-
public of China. ciation.
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bonfire ever attempted at the Univer ce the volume of cn sumption of speakers that abolition of the eight-
sity is being collected by various fra- alcohol. eenth amendment would not return
teriison osdeal iar -a Coach 'Yost and Judge Sample prosperity.
devep d osewhich orgiation pointed out that the conditions that Coach Yost further stated that re-
can accumulate the largest pile of led 30 states to adopt state prohibi- peal would only shift capital and
fuel on its doorstep. tion and 46 states to ratify the eight- ,labor from producing necessities to
Every available scrap of timber has 'entlh amendment are beyond the producing liquor by shifting purchas-
been confiscated and appropriated. I mntion collg the uepresent genera- ing power from one industry or group
Two of Chic Sale's specialties adorn tion of college students. Liquor traf- of industries to the liquor industry.
Chalmers street front lawns, ndf ic has always defied law and regu- That the so-called wets expect toj
lo e dae f ilation, they said, for even in pre- have a revival of Ihe liquor industry
rairoa tis ae pofue. rs andVolstead days saloons here sold is in itself an indication that they
deans and Twin City mayors and.
sheriffs are busy keeping the collec- liquor in large quantities. desire to have an increase in the pro-
tions within the bounds of property Both speakers testified that drink- duction of alcoholic beverages and
rts n All the individual woodpiles ing among townspeople andstudents hence an increase in the consump-
rights, netrtd nafil na is immeasurably less now than be- tion of alcohol, he said. Judge p am-
will beadumconnrathedbnatfieldnea fore prohibition. ple agreed with Coach Yost that he
esanwdilm sroites andratni- Judge Sample recalled one occa- could see no reason for calling this
Meanwhile sororities and fraterni sion on which a policeman who temperance.
ties are enrolling enmass in the huge tended one of Ann Arbor's all-night
Block "I" cheering section which will saloons was able to keep his job on
occupy 300 seats in the Illinois stand the force through the influence of
for Northwestern, Indiana., and Ohio the liquor interests. He also told of A EN AVANT *v.. rorwd. ft
games. the days when there were eight A
saloons in the block opposite theR
Y. M. C. A. Honors 111th Wayne County building in Detroit,
so that in the morning citizens had A
Bithay Fune to cross to the other side of the
Celebrating the one hundred elev- streetin order to avoid groups of Burr, Patterson & Auld Co.
enth birthday of its founder, Sir -fighting drunkards. M. noe tta, ir 't.iei'I y ' '*Ieweies
eoge iirham the founM.r,.SA. The two lecturers agreed that the Detroit, Michigan & Walkervilie, Ontaro
George Williams, the Y. M.C. A. A A
Tuesday night held - its annual abolition of prohibition ansd the re- y
Founders' Banquet. The local found- turn of the liquor business on a legal s For your convenience
ers, Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, Nathan basis would not provide the immenseA Arbor Store
Stanger and Charles W. Wagner, revenue foreseen by the Crusaders
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Manysprominent local men a n d can people the curse of "easy liquor." F R A N K O A K E S ' M 9
former directors of the association 'They further insisted that bootleg-
attended among them the founders,

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and Prof. Paul Leidy of the Law
School.
Prof. Ferdinand N. Menefee of the
engineering college presided and gave
a short talk. Rabbi Heller, who has
charge of the Community Chest fund
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benefits of the Y. M. C. A. This was
followed by stunts by the younger
members of the association.
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