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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THRSIAY OCT . 0 l3

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University.. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the'President until
3'30; 11:30 a. Mn. Saturday.

No. 22

History 12, Lecture Sec. I (Prof. Slosson): There will be a make-up
for those who missed the final examination in June, today at 3 p. i., room
4001 A.H
Psychology 31: Make-up for last semester's final examination will be
held today at 7:00 p. n., Room 1121 N.S.
Economics 51 and 52: Make-up examinations for those who missed the
final examinations in June in these courses will be given in Room 202 Ec.
on Saturday, October 22, at 9 a, m.
LECTURES TODAY
University Lecture: Dr. James G. Vail, of the Philadelphia Quartz
Company, will lecture under the joint auspices of the University and the
American Chemical Society on the subject "Silicates as Industrial Deter-
gents," 4:15 p. m., Room 303 Chemistry Building. The public is cordially
invited.
Ferdinand N. Menefee, Professor of Engineering Mechanics, will lecture
at 4:15 on "Religion-Science" in Natural Science Auditorium. This is the
first of a series of lectures on The Religion-Science of the Future, sponsored
by the Tolstoy League.
EVENTS TODAY
Psychological Journal Club meets in Room 2116 N.S. at 7:30 u. m. Mr.
I. C. Young will present a naper entitled, "Movement as an aspect of Lang-
uage." All interested persons are invited to be present.

at Detroit-Leland Hotel at 8 p. M.,
to be addrc;sed, by Professor L. L.
Watkins, of the Economics Depart-
ment, on "The Relations of the Gold
Sandard to Cost Accounting Prob-
lems," Visitors are welcdme,
Black Quill: Meeting at 8 p. m, at
Jean Cowden's, 1016 Olivia Ave. Try-
out manuscripts will be read.
Youngstown Michigan Club will|
meet at 7:30 p. m. at the Union,
Junior Women: There will be a
meeting of all women interested in
working on this year's production of
the annual Junior Girls' Play at 4:15
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Fireside Flour: Dr. Fisher willj

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Piettilialpit Refir11 tes, Iw-iY's nPi'ai v/
OfI ov Pr iIbiion. Record

Program:
Graduate

commence the Fireside Hour discus-
sion group which was begun last
year. This is a discussion group for
those who have any questions or per-
sonal problems which they would
like to have settled. The group meets
at Wesley Hall at 4 o'clock today and
will continue every week at the same
time.
COMING EVENTS
All Engineering Students are cor-
dially invited to attend an inspection
trip of the Research Laboratory of
the Chrysler Corporation, Tuesday
evening, October 25. A bus will be
chartered by the Student Branch of
the A.S.M.E. Special roundtrip rate
secured. Capacity of bus limited. Will
leave Engineering Arch at 6:00 p. m.
and return later in the evening.
All those expecting to make this
trip, please sign list at Bulletin Board
near Professor Anderson:s office.
Attention G(Iraduac S EnderI ts: All
students interested in, an Outin club
meet on Friday evening, October 21,
at 7:30 o'clock in Women's Athletic
Building.
Rhythm Classes for Children;
Classes in rhythms for children will
be given on Saturday mornings it
Barbour Gymnasium beginning Sat-
urday, October 22. Children from
the ages of 4 to 6 will meet at 10:15

(Continued from Page 1) ( sti ufional prohibition,-Sc, it.
above.
and win ihrough wi hlb Iie present i.im11ly a horizes the un-
amendment , it i ui d iufacire( of intoxicatingJ
Stern opposition lo the proposed hquor, o' the power of control ex-
state repeal of prohibitlion in Michi- tends only to the traflic in, and not
ganI wa:; asked by Di Poling, who o 1;e mminiifacl ur( of, liquors.
declared tas this measure would 4. This would give the making of
make Michii "senii-st'cessionisl." jtoxic tIing liquor in this State a
He concurred in this beiif with the coistiutional basis, such as it never1
late manifesto of Professor-Emeritus before has had, and be directly in'
Horace L. Wilgus of the LJaw School. conflict with the Eighteenth.Amend-
The proposed amendmeut and Pro- went to the Federal Constitution.
fessor Wilgus' manifesto, which Dr. It. would reveal all our existing'
Poling termed an "accurate aind enforcement laws, and' leave the
truthful presentation of the facts" i manufacture of liquor free, and the
is reprinted below. traic uncontrolled, by State law, un-
"Sec. 11. The legislaure may by hl the legislature created the pro-
law establish a hlquor control com- posed commission, which it may, but
mission, who, subject to statutory is not required to, create.
limitations, shall exercise complete 6. Until the legislature created such
control of the alcoholic beverage commission and regulations were
traffic within the state, including the prescribed by it, and penalties pro-
retail sales thereof;: and the legisla- vided for violations thereof, the traf-
ture may also provide for an excise fic in such liquors would violate no
tax on such sales; Providing, how- State law, whether sold to children,
ever, that neither the legislature nor drunkards, or any one else, in a sa-
such commission may authorize the loon or elsewhere, and no constable,
manufacture or sale of alcoholic sheriff, policeman or state trooper
beverages in nny county in which could arrest any one for so doing,
the electors thereof, by m.jority vote, and no justice of the peace, police
,shall prohibit; the sarn." court,, recorders cort, or circuit court
Prof. Wilgus' Opinion could try any case or impose any
Prof. Wilgus' opinion Lo-iows: penalty thereof..
1. It would go into effect Decem- Conflicts With Constitution
ber 8th, thirty days after the elec- 7. If by "complete control" it is
tion. intended to give such commission
2. It would repeal our present State power to make regulations and im-
_-pose penalties, it would conflict with
and those from the ages of 7 to. 10 Art. V, Se.J 1, of the present State
at 11:01, As these groups wil be used Constitition vesting all legislative
as demonstration classes only i ipower in the legislature, which can
small fee will be charged. tiot delegate it, and would lead to
endless litigation.
Faculty Whe't's Clb:The opei- ,8. It provides for an excise tax
. rcetiWoen honoring 1'W(;onpers only on the traffic in, and not on the
r~g reception honor ti.rm co rmaid ieg of intoxicating liquor,
will be held in the Michigan ilTague 9.All our former local option laws
ballroom Thurrsday, October 27, at' have been repealed, so no county
3,00pin.could prohibit the manufacture and
sale of intoxicating liquor within its
Bridge Tournanseiit: Al ( c'I) territory, until the legislature enact-
Contract and Auction bridge Iourna" ed a law providing the method and
ment sponsored by the Michigan Uii- procedure for so doing,--and this is
ion. Register now at the Union main not mandatory, and it could, by de-
desk or billiard room. Play starts iay, in enacting Such law, defeat
Mon day, Oct.. ' t, hreby such eountie, a wir led to
--jprohibit such traffic.
Varsity Band: Tryouts for two 10 It withdraws all State aid )T
trumpets and ib1rariap inper itlie, enforcing Natilon alProhibition,: ad
Call Nicholas 1. 1ciione, bai 'dmuas while it canot prevent the enforce
ter. Phone 6695, beveen 12:: i: a ii mlei of the National Jlaw by Federal
1:00 p. mi. or beliren 6 and 7 1. i. oier:; withbin the Stale, yet the vio-
any day. lation of IIhe N a fior al ac will be only

:1 National offen.e: and the same act lI Ii"B1 /I
will not be a Staie oFlense, under It111(,i1I, ICI J .1i
the jur islictlon of State officers, but
a lawful act under the State law e
making a direct, conlHict between ihe
tw, Definitions Involved I}II~ I u
i1. The colmmission could also de
fine "intoxicating liquor" differently
from the defintion in the National Fo r A, rmy ea im,
wact, and create additional conflicts. 'Y i l 1.
12, It is designed not only to bring I'roDhti'wlU Iii
back and give a constitutional and
legal basis to the whole liquor busi-
ness but also to hamper and obstruct
the enforcement of National prohibi- Mirhigaui's Varsity Hand probably
tion in the State and nullify it so far h m arao sia
as possible. gracing its ranks than any other
13. If it should pass, it is also di-
signed to be used to influence Con- rtcei r k] , hIeod
gress in securing the repeal of the
Eighteenth Amendment to the United F
States Constitution. f'i ' tme'tb1rs.1a11c ( 11ormer1tmembeirs
14. The creation of such a coin- of int'rnat ionally-known military
mission would open the door wide to bands nd symphony orchestras are
the greatest opportunity for political nowe bsoh -I1'tingdhun-
graft, corruption and bribery the d.
State has ever witnessed. Ot mdi n' woodwnd see-
Signed: Horace L. Wilgus lion is R. Ke Stei a speial stu-
Copies of this recommendation deit in the Schoo of Musi, who is
were distributed to those present at first darn met i t1 arid concertm ater of
the luncheon preceding the speeches the band. Stein, a mtemnr of the
Mrs. Truman H. Newberry, execu- class of 1932, was here in ll School
tive chief of the Detroit Branch of of Music in 19!0-:i. and then as-
the Allied Youth, was lauded by Dr. cepted a post as clarinetist with the
Poling for her work in support of Chicago Syvmphony Orchestra. IHe is
the prohibition cause. here at present on leae of absence
Short addresses in behalf of Al- from the Symphony to further his
lied Youth were given by Mrs. New- musical study.
berry and Mrs. Blair Moody, who is Ralph T. F;l>tum. '3:,M. first
also connected with the Detroit cornet, is a former member of Soui-
branch of this organization. sa's band, as is John Wanmunaker,
The two principal speakers, Dr. '32, bass section leader ist year.
Poling and Dr. Pittman, were intro- Wannamaker also served one en]it-:
duced by Dr. Frederick B. Fisher, ment in ArmV bands

Applied Mechanics Colloquium: Professor O. W. Boston will give a
paper on "The Machinability of Metals." Numerous slides will accompany
the lecture. Professor H. M. Hansen will review the literature. The meet-
ing is at 7:30 p. in., Room 445 West Engineering Building.
Phi Eta, Signa: Important meeting at 4:30 p. m. in room 302 of the
Union, It is urgent, that all last year's members be present.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon meeting for all active members at p. in., Room
1057 Nat. Sci.
Polonia Circle meeting in the Michigan League. Social hour and re-
freshments.
National Association of Cost Accountants, Detroit Chapter: Meeting

minister of the Methodist Episcopal
church. Prof. Edwin C. Goddard of
the Law School acted as master of
ceremonies.
A hosiery mill at Rockwood, Tenn.
has posted notices to the effect that
wages of emplosves will be increased
12 PCie cent.

Two other bass players now in the
band served regular enlistinits with
Government nil itary musics I units.
Maurice P.. lDemers, '3:SE., present
bass section leader, completod in All-
gust a three-year enlistment with
the bmid of th servce Hattery,
172nd Field Artillery, statoned in
New Hampshire.

Hey Look!1
Hot Music for That V-,t
Coombe Orchestra Service
Organized Bands from :he C;Iupu'

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

WANTED
STUDENT LAUNDRY-Good soft
water. Will call for and deliver.
Sure satisfaction. Telephone 4863.
12c
W A N T E D-Student and family
washing, rough dry or ironed. Rea-
sonable, call for and deliver. Phone
5118. 14c
WASHING and ironing. Called for
and delivered. Silks and woolens
guaranteed satisfactory . 23478
611 Hoover. 15c
WANTED - Student washing. All
Mending neatly done. Phone 3006.
6c
WANTED--- Boarders. Home cook-
ing. 3 meals, $4.00. 2 meals, $3.50,
609 E. University. 63
25 STUDENTS, male or female part
time work. Can earn $3 daily. 706
E. University. 74
FOR RENT

W, W. ou)Jn3-

gig i _?a l' ;s A i ; '

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A COMPLETELY furnished apart-
ment. Sunny rooms, steam heat.
shower, continuous hot water. Dial
8544. 422 E. Washington St. 69
CLOSE TO CAMPUS-Very nice un-
furnished apartment. Living room
with rollaway bed, dinette, kitchen
with gas stove and refrigerator,
private bath and shower, with hot
soft water, bedroom, steam heat
furnished, laundry room in base-
ment. Phone 7704. 426 Packard.
SUITE of two rooms for $5.00, and
single rooms very reasonable. 507
S. Division. 76

Michigan

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CLIVE
BROOK
Charles Ruggles

-and raw tobaccos
have no place in cigarettes

Lila Lee

and Param'oun~t Cast in1

"The Night of
June 13th"
___ Addced
And Clyde Conuedry
News and Novelties
Q"T TATI'. A X,-

They are not present in Luckies
... the mildestcigarette-
you ever smoked
E buy the finest, the very
finest tobaccos in all the
world-but that does not
explain why folks every-
where regard Lucky Strike as
A nf ! L1"/'AI!/1N .+' Y 1

these fine tobaccos, after
proper aging and mellowing,
are then given the benefit of
that Lucky Strike purifying
process, described by the
words-"It's toasted". That's
why folks in every city, town
and hamlet say that Luckies
are such mild cigarettes*

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