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Nyon Pact Cuts Self-Defense
Black Case Hit
Taft Urges Set Laws To Govern
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gains, climaxing them with a 75-yard
touchdown jaunt. Also he passed The
well, 'despite the wet ball. He leftth 7
the game with a twisted ankle, but ather
was running again yesterday.
Hercules Renda, half-pint wing-s pfwe
back, also distinguished himself as than
a ball carrier. Bob Cooper, suffering Preus
from a bump on the head, did not partm
meet the coaches' expectations while terda
performing at the wingback post. a
Fred Janke, the "experiment" stillcoi
reveals potentialities at fullback, but COnsai4
finesse is obviously lacking now. But Trea
he's a willing student. of an
Norm Purucker, who has been warn
pressing for the tailback job, showed crewt
he can run and pass well enough, but need
he was prone to take daring chances pirac
as a signal caller. Doug Farmer dis- Pro
appointed with his play at quarter- thoug
back, but like Cooper, he sustained permi
a befogging jar and couldn't remem- when
her much about the scrimmage. witho
Fourth, Coach Harry Kipke re- vessel
mains non-committal about the power
team's personnel. In another week to do
he should have a rough idea of a The
possible starting lineup against State. state1
The most clarifying comment now is the p;
that they are further along than this out a
time last year. Thus,
RECORD ORE SHIPMENT anyo
MARQUETTE, Sept. 20.-(P).-A agree
new record for ore loadings at the action
Lake Superior and Ishpeming railway tack
dock during a single day this year musta
was probably set today - when eight "In
carriers cleared for lower lake ports, is sun
Chances Of Nations, Preuss Says Legal Reform, Strikes In Speech At State Bar socieies imeate
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ps Will Not Be Called identified vessel, the 'piracy patrol' Is Apply English Experience,;ter, because the privileges are sub- usually of three to five minutes in
i s Tr will not interfere. Only the DanishHG stantial and the requirements are; length, given before'the active mem-
rates If They Warn navy (or some power outside Nyon) A He Says, To Get Unions not burdensome, but on the contrary bers.
rev Before Sinking could take action. ppointive Judiciary And Responsible, Democratic somewhat helpful. That Michigan has always been
"The weakening of the interna- Tenure Have Been Set They refer principally to regular actively interested in forensic activi-
e Nyon agreement establishing til law on piracy by the Nyon Back Is Statement Statutory rules to control indus- reports of financial condition. The; ties is evidenced by the number of
French-English Mediterranean aheemesse btaotrnexample otrial warfare and the application of privileges and exemptions, you will speech societies which have existed
1"decreasesth ritso the the excessive timourousness on the
rights of the part of the democracies which has Referring to the 'charges of Ku English experience to develop re- perhaps be startled to hear, effective on campus.
rs involved to take measures f left them open to repeated attacks Klux Klan being hurled against Jus- sponsible and democratic unions were since 1906 freedom from liability for The "sixties" seem to have been a
lefense agaist pirates ratherand insults from Germany and Italy. tice Hugo Black, the Hon. Joseph A. urged by Charles P. Taft II., federal torts, for conspiracy, for restraint of particularly fertile period for these
increases them," Prof. Lawrence g Moynihan, circuit judge of Detroit, mediator in the recent steel strike, trade or for causing breach of an ex- organizations. Alumni magazines tell
ts of the political science de- tthe itrIt is astounding to notice declared that "the happenings of the in advocating further state and fed- isting contract of employment. I of groups bearing such profound titles
nent said in an interview yes- hensutstpast ten days have set back the ques- eral labor legislation at the conclud- might add by way of footnote that as "Homotrapezoi," "Philozetian,"
,y.s the insults the National Government tion of an appointive judiciary and ing convention of the State Bar of some recent public comments on the and "Paramonian."
is willing to take in order not to
rates will be treated with the tenure many years," at the Friday Michigan, Saturday afternoon in the severity of English legislation against Weighted down perhaps by the
deration the London Naval tressee lightl to the dt. luncheon meeting of the State Bar in Union Ballroom. unions are quite inaccurate." ponderosity of their own names these
y of 1936 provides for the navy that Italy should b gued t sda; the Union. More than '1,000 Michigan attor- Mr. Taft advised amending the organizations were of short duration
ation at war," he said. If they inthe piracy patrol. He compared it ~It is a sad commentary," he cried, neys attended the three-day annual Wagner Act to prevent "intimida- and have no contemporary offspring.
a neutral vessel and allow the to a hypothetical demand by Moroc- when a person (Mr. Justice Black), meeting to make this the largest state tion by fellow employes or other per- The various inter-club debates
to escape before sking it they , Tunis and Algeria at the turn of who at the moment is under a serious bar convention ever held in Michi- sons" and to provide that when an throughout the year are usually the
fear no retaliation from thethe 18th century for a share in wip- cloud and is under the indictment of gan, emplyer and a union make a deal! occasions for a substantial turn-out
y patrol. h8ing out their own piratical "navies, the serious citizens of this land, seals State Bar President Roscoe 0. it should be put into writing. He in- of the student body, especially when
fessor Preuss explained that al- tor to a demand by the Barbary pow- his lips Bonisteel, in his final report to the dicated that Republic Steel's refusal the sexes are opposed.
h ordinarily international law ers for a place in the American ex- The line of attack was followed business meeting Saturday morning, to sign a written agreement in the The most popular debate of such
ChieforJustice Louis AmeH.aFead bofinthemrecentSasteelymstrike twashemerelyopaarpre-at oftsuc
its any nation to take action ledition that wiped the Barbary by Chief Justice Louis H. Fead of the laid down a plan to "take our judges recent steel strike was merely a pr.e- a nature last year was one between
an unidentified vessel, with or coast clean of freebooters and, in- rerelted atp e lt con He n out of politics" by establishing a non- text to avoid collective bargaining. Athena and Alpha Nu in which the
uwannsnsa"eta"cidentally, began the American navy. reectdath lstlcio.H
Sen the Ag s tak y saying, "PerhapseIni partisan board to appoint Michigan "English unions are of course liable ladies demonstrated beyond a doubt,
onte high hsethe ne "There is little doubt, Professor should have joined the Ku Klux Circuit and Supreme Court justices. for breach of contract, but so also are in the opinion of the judges, that "It
's hPreuss beieved, ".that the Mediter- Klan." The present method of partisan American unions, and neither in- Is Better To Have Loved."
' agreanav t pits the firt ftime ith- "Black should not have been ap- election of judges, Mr. Bonisteel con- corporation nor any other statute
e agreement allows only the Ian Navy. It is the first time in the pointed to the Supreme Court bench tended, provides no "security of ten- could make them any more so," he DEL BAKER OUT OF DANGER
whose ships aresunk to attack history of piracy that personal gain whether or not he is a Kluxer," Mr. ure for an able, qualified judge," said. NEW YORK, Sept. 20-(A)-Physi-
irate,. if the sinking was carried is not the motive.NE YOKSet 0 -Pyi
ccording to the rules of war. "If any government would, ac- Fead declared in an interview after who is "dependent on the direction of When strikes do take place, the cians attending Del Baker said to-
Professor Preuss pointed out, knowledge the pirates their attacks the luncheon. "His snooping around the political winds at the expiration whole community often has to face night they believed danger of pneu-
rican vessels or the vessels of would be equivalent to an act of war. as a member of the Senate investi- of his term of office." Another im- the fact of violence.' We ought to monia had been averted.
other power outside the Nyon As it is the crews are individually re- gating committee should have dis- portant objection, he claimed, is that have rules laid down to govern and
ment have the right to take sponsible and liable to punishment- qualified him. any candidate must actively engage strictly control industrial warfare. portion to the number of workers in
upon witnessing a piratical at- "The whole thing is just a symp- "But I'll bet you a five-cent cigar in a political campaign which "jeop- Furthermore, the rules ought to be the struck plant. It ought to forbid
in cases where Nyon powers tom of something that has become that he won't resign." ardizes the dignity of the court and statutory and not judicial. intimidation and give it some defini-
refrain. general in the past 10 years: the dis- Both judges urged the assembled deters many able lawyers who might "The first subject to be covered is tion, applied both to the place of em-
other words, if a Danish. ship appearance of legality and the sub- attorneys to cry out against unconsti- otherwise be available for judicial the definition of a legal strike. The ployment and to the homes of em-
k with due warning by an un- stitution of chicanery and subterfuge tutional subordination of the judi- loffice." legislature ought to say, for instance, ployes."
in international relations. And pretty c he g vem nd x Mr. Taft, Cincinnati attorney and whether it is legal to strike for a Mr. Taft criticized the Michigan
- - obvious subterfuge at that! branches of government son of ex-President and Chief Jus- closed shop." bill, which was vetoed by Governor
"The Japanese renounce war as an Judge Fead maintained that al- onoe-recdnladCheiu-ilsenho.
thougtheStatemarn shuld not take tice William Howard Taft, speaking In England, Mr. Taft pointed out, Murphy, claiming that "the effort to
instrument of national policy and on "Legislation and the Labor Situa- "certain strikes are illegal, those in restrict pickets to employes was di-
then proceed twice to invade forcibly part partisan polticit co tion" hit at the demand for incor- sympathy with a strike in a different rectly in conflict with the. views of
Cha dig 'eng' responsibility for make itself felt -by active campaign- poration of labor unions. "Incorpor- trade or industry (which are rare the Supreme Court of the United
breaking the pact by not declaring in ation does not add to responsibility." anyway), or a strike designed to States."
ally known Quality Mer,- war. Italy has done the same thing I .he said. coerce the government directly by Another irnportant field for legis-
in Ethiopia and Spain." "The best solution, I believe, is that inflicting hardship on the community lation, Mr. Taft explained is that of
able prices. We welcome People were inclined to laugh, Pro- BRIGGS TO OPEN $3,000,000 PLANT suggested by English experience. The (that is, a general strike, which is preventing and settling trade dis-
ind many new styles of fessor Preuss said, when a treatise DETROIT, Sept. 21.--UP)-Plans key to that experience lies in the equally rare). putes. "Mediation or conciliation,"
nany choice items on dis- on international law in regard to pi- for a new $3,000,000 plant to manu- granting of certain privileges and ex- "The statute should define legal he said, "is the commonest and most
racy, the most exhaustive ever pub- facture mouldings and other auto- emptions to trades unions if they will picketing as nearly as that can be effective way to do that." He urged
lished, was produced at Harvard in mobile parts were announced Monday register and comply with certain re- done, of course forbidding violence, giving commissioners of conciliation
1929. by Walter 0. Briggs, chairman of the1 quirements. Registration is not com- and lay down some reasonable criter- the power to subpoena witnesses and
FABRICS Clothes recrrence of mething whi hbu Briggs Manufacturing Co. pulsory but nearly all unions regis- ion for the number of pickets in pro- take testimony.
irts and Shorts not been heard of since the Algerian
S Sportswear pirates at the turn of the 18th cen-
tury, although the U.S. has invoked
Sportswear the piracy law infrequently in recent
Hosiery years in the case of hi-jackers.
seras Two Still Face
rfs Strike Charge
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Edward Magdol, '39, Daily report-
er covering a strike demonstration on
April 8, 1937 at the Ann Arbor Rec-
reation center, and Paul Christman,
local resident, both arrested there
with five other students on disorderly
conduct charges, will be tried this fall
in Justice Jay H. Payne's court.
The demonstration and alleged
picketing took place in connection
with a strike of pin boys employed
by Herbert Cassell, manager of the
bowling alleys at Ann Arbor Recrea-
tion, 605 E. Huron.
Myron E. Slater, former book store
owner here, will also appear in Judge
Payne's court in answer to a warrant
sworn out by Robert C. B. Campbell,
Joseph Bernstein, '39, convicted
May 20 of disorderly conduct in "aid-
ing an improper diversion," has ap-
pealed his case to Judge George W.
Sample's Circuit Court. Bernstein
will appear in the fall term of the
court, which begins Oct. 4.
Tom Downs, '39, president of the
Student Workers Federation, and
Ralph Neafus, '36F&C, were found
guilty as charged and paid fines and
Arnold H. Kambly, '38, and Rafael
Haskell, '38E, pleaded "nolo conten-
dere" at their hearings and paid
To Start Saturday
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will compare lists, and notify each
rushee by mail what fraternity he
will pledge, and each fraternity which
men it will get, and Monday evening
the official pledging will take place.
According to Lundahl, the Inter-
fraternity Council's office, Room 306
of the Union, will be open every dayI
from now until the endof rushing.
A representative of the Council
will be there at all times, and all
freshmen having problems concern-
ing fraternities orrushing are urged
to come to the office.
Lundahl also said that an effort
is being made on the part of theI
Council to provide any rushee with an
introduction to any house with which
he wishes to become acquainted.
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