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objections" to the other proposals of
t President Roosevelt's for the Federal
judiciary and in fact thinks they may
well be desirable.
"The Attorney-General of the
United States," he said, "should have
notice of all suits involving questions
of Federal Constitutional law. It may
be said, however, that there has been
no difficulty in the Attorney-Gen-
eral's obtaining information of this
sort and intervening on behalf of
the United States if he cares to,"
To Dean Bates, the President's pro-
posal to allow cases to be appealed
from Federal District Courts directly
to the Supreme Court, rather than,
as at present, going first to the Fed-
eral Courts of Appeals, is "entirely
Difficulties Seen1
"To be sure," he admitted, "Chiefl
Justice Hughes has pointed out that
there are grave difficulties in the way,
but I believe that most of these are
procedural and can be taken care of.
"The other proposal, to have some
functionary (called a proctor in the
President's message), who shall keep
in constant touch with the state of
business in the Federal courts and
who can assign judges from one dis-t


trict or circuit to another, as they
may be needed, seems desirable also.
This should be done, though, under
the Supreme Court itself, as the Pres-
ident has recommended, or perhaps
by the Attorney-General, with the
approval of the Court or of its Chief
Justice. The executive departments
should not be allowed to play with
district or circuit judges, like pawns
on a chess board, and to move them
around to get decisions in particular
Aigler Heads Petition
In a separate personal letter ad-
dressed to Senators Vandenberg and
Brown, Prof. Ralph W. Aigler, whose
name headed the list of signers of
the law faculty's petition, pointed
out that "many of us are not in
1 agreement with the Court's decisions
l on some New Deal acts."
The Law School faculty members
who signed the letter to the Senators
Ralph W. Aigler, Edwin C. God-
dard, Paul A. Leidy, Henry M. Bates,
Grover C. Grismore, Lewis M. Simes,
John B. Waite, Joseph H. Drake, E.
Blythe Stason, John E. Tracy, W. W.
Blume, Paul G. Kauper, John P.
Dawson, Marvin L. Niehuss, Edson R.
Sunderland, Hessel E. Yntema,


WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17, 1936
To Department Heads and Others
Concerned: All time slips must be in
the Business Office Feb. 19 to be in-
cluded in the Feb. 28 payroll.
Edna G. Miller, Payroll Clerk.
To Members of the Faculty, Staff,
and Student Body: Attention of
everyone is called to the Lost and
Found Department in the Business
Office, Room 1, University Hall. In-
quiry concerning lost articles should
be made promptly at the above men-

tioned office. Articles found on the
Campus and in University buildings
should be turned over immediately.
Those articles not called for within
60 days will be surrendered to the
Shirley W. Smith.
Registration of Candidates for
Doctoral Degrees: The Board of Re-
gents has ruled that all doctoral can-
didates who are on the campus and
are making use of the facilities of
the University, must be regularly en-
rolled. This applies also to the Sum-
mer Session. The cooperation of all
departments is requqested to the ex-
tent of notifying all such students to
take care of the matter of enroll-
ment as soon as possible if they have
not already done so.
Senior Aernautical Engineers: Stu-

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LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at a low price.



old and new suits, overcoatq, at $3,
$5; 48, $25. LADIES' FUR COATS
musical instruments. Phone Sam.
6304. 78x
WANTED: One or two Jewish boys
to share three-room suite. Private
bath and shower. Reasonable. 'Tel.
2-1937. 357


ROOMS FOR RENT: Two comfort-
able double rooms for upper class-
men. Phone 2-1767. 928 Forest.
FOR RENT: One double suite and
two single rooms. Reasonable. Close
to campus and hospital. 917 E.
Huron. 364
LARGE desirable room near campus.
Suitable for 2 students or employed
couple. Dinner served if desired.
3122 548 Thompson. 368
SUITE with private room and bath
and shower for 3 or 4. Also front
single room, cross ventilation,
Steam heat. Shower bath. Phone
8544. 422 E. Washington. 359
APPROVED LEAGUE house for girls.
Modern house facing park. One
block from League. Hot, softened,
running water. Shower and tubs.
Dormitory. 111 Park Terrace.
FOR RENT: Nice, comfortable single
room at $3 per week. 715 East
Huron. Call 8528. 353
ROOM for rent. Desirable room for
student. In return for help with
children. Call 2-3557. 355
ROOM FOR RENT: Nice wain,
sunny room with sleeping porch.
Suitable for 1 or 2. Call 3909. 356
FOR RENT: Attractive suite avail-
able for two men students. Also a
single. Reasonable.rates. 1034 E.
Huron. Phone 7331. 360
NEW and old books. Antiques. 202
East Ann. 127x
MICROSCOPE: Spencer, 3 power
with mechanical stage, practically
brand new. Phone 2-2372. 362
MEALS for girls. Mrs. Higley. 1001
Forest Ave. Phone 2-2286. 358
WILL the person who got the wrong
overcoat in the Allenel tap-room
Saturday night call 9897 and ar-
range for return. Ask for Chuck.
LADY'S gold wrist watch lost on
campus or Tappan. Finder please
call 3193. Reward. 369

ONE large room for two students or
student and wife. Conveniently
near campus. 1127 Prospect St.
FOR RENT: Small apartment, also
single with bath. Clean, reason-
able and desirable location. 429 S.
Division. 366

A CHURNING flood had taken out the telephone line
S 1 across a Colorado stream. Repairmen couldn't wade
it because of quicksand-couldn't cross elsewhere and
bring back the line because of obstructions.
Then Kayo's master had an idea. He went upstream,
crossed, came back and whistled. Kayo jumped in-swam
across with a cord tied to his collar. With this cord, the
wire was soon pulled over-communication was restored.
A small incident. But it typifies the ingenuity whicf
helps Bell System men and women to give you the world's
most dependable telephone service.
Why not telephone hm more . en
Rates to most points are Owest aft
7"P and " .day ®nd"


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