THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
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DAILY OF F I CIAL DOLLEJIN Death Of Elected Candidate In United
L__UL____ States Would Present Knotty Problem
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session (By Associated Press) legal firm said.
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday). CHICAGO, August 4.-An argument Three different problems are pre-
Volume VIII SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 192 No. 37 over who should be General Obre- sented by the Superior question, the
.-_gion's successor as president of Mex- firm's constitutional expert wrote;
first, what course would be followed
Examination Schedule: ico developed a puzzling question if both, candidates died after the No-
which one of Chicago's best known vemlber election and before the elec-'
will b examinationsstievt tccordante ithclthe setule pintweeks session legal firms answered by declaring toral college met in January; second,
of the Announcement of the Summer Session.
Edward Il. Kraus
Dr. Henry A. Burton of the Bartol Research Foundation of the Frank-
lin Institute, Philadelphia, will speak on "Experimental Study of Ionization
in Certain Polar Gases," at 4:15 o'clock, Tuesday, August 7, in room 1041,
East Physics Building. All interested are cordially invited.
S. A. Goudsmit
Educational Conference Grou!) for Monday:
The theme For the final week of the conference course offered by the
School of Education will be Special Education. The conference for Monday,
which will be held in the auditorium of the University High School at 4 p. in.
will be in charge of Professor C. S. Berry, who will discus, "Special Education
in Small Centers." This is one important phase of education frequently
neglected because of lack of knowledge of how to handle situations. Dr.
Berry will show how it is possible to handle special cases in all communities.
All educators should hear this discussion Monday.
Arthur B. Noehluan
that under one condition there is no after tbe college met and before con-I
legal method of selecting a president gress assembled in February to ratify
of the United States. the electors' action, and third, after
"Who would be president, if after congress had ratified the college vote
a November election and before an and before inaugural day, March 4.1
inaugural day, both the president and Although it is pointed out that Sec-
vice-president-elect would die?" was tion 5 of Article 11 of the constitution
the question. provides that congress can fill the
If, after the electors cast, their bal- offices of president and vice-presi-
lots and congress had ratified the ac- dent the opinion said:
Lion, and before March 4, the in- "It would seem that this section
augural day, both successful candi- has application only when a person
dates die there is no provision, nor actually has become president, or
precedent, for filling the office, the j vice-president.
ILLINOIS an open forum to present it to the
Exhibits of vacuum pumps, spec- public.
troscopes, light diffraction phen-
nomena, optical instruments, and WISCONSIN
photoelectric experiments featured Five Badger students who have
the open house staged by the physics been on an archeological expedition
department recently. in southern Utah have discovered
Dr. C. C. Wang, former Chinese three ancient cliff ruins, as well as
student here, has succeeded after 15 tracing the course of Nasja creek,
years of work in developing a sys- previously uncharted
tem of phonetics for telegraphy. This previouslyuncharted
invention will permit development of
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200 ARRESTED IN
TAXI RATE FIGHT,
(By Associated Press)
DETROIT, August 4.-The first.
non-combatant casualty in Detroit's
taxicab rate war was reported last
night as the hostillities took an,
abruptly serious turn, r sulting in
near-rioting and destruction of prop-
Paul Wentzel, 34, a passenger in1
one of the warring cabs, was struck:
on the head by a stone thrown by one
of a number of men standing on a
street corner. He was given treat-
ment at a hospital and sent to his
About two-hundred men were ar-
rested and held over night in precinct
police stations and released at day-
break. At one point 25 men were
taken after two taxicabs had been
For the last three days and nights,
since the rate war was dechred,
crowds of sympathizers havetgather-
ed at the corner stands of both of the
companies and police found it com-
paratively easy last night to reduce
the ranks of the rioters.,
Coeds Show Dislikes
(By Associated Press)
DENTON, Texas, Aug. 4-Mustaches,
onions and audible gum chewers-
listed in that order - are the out-
standing-'pet hates" of girl students
at the Texas College of Industrial
Answering a, questionnaire, the stu-
dents at the women's school includ-
ed even studying among their dislik-
es. Many expressed disgust with the
English teachers' demand for the writ-
ing of themes, while others objected
to letter writing.
Slavs Honor Killers
(By Associated Press)
SARAJEVO, Jugoslavia, Aug. 4 -
Jugoslavia has erected a massive mar-
ble tablet to the two murderers who
started the World war.
It marks the spot where Archduke
Franz Ferdinand and his Archduchess
*were assassinated in 1914.
The monument glorifies the assas-
sin's because their act has resulted in
the independence of all southern
VISIT DETROIT THIS SUMMER
and enjoy an all-day outing at
A delightful cruise among the Sunny Lake Erie Islands;
a fairyland of vineyards, orchards and flowers. Put-In-
Bay abounds in interest for young and old. There is
bathing, dancing, sailing, mysterious caves, picnic groves
and Perry's monument.
The palatial steamer Put-In-Bay leaves the foot of First
St. (Detroit) daily at 9 a.m. returning at 8 p.m. R.T. fares:
$1.00 week days. $1.50 Sundays. Steamer runs thru to
Sandusky daily making connections with Cedar Point
Ferry. Thru to Cleveland via Put-In-Bay.
.>rive to Detroit and
M1ON LIGi-7" S
-eave Detroit 8:45 p.m.
Return 11:30 p.m.
Fare: Wednesday and
Saturday, Sunday and
On Fridays a special excursion is run
to Cedar Point. Steamer stops one hour
Sundays. With its huge hotels, electric
park, magnificent bathing beach and
board-walk it can rightfully be called
the Atlantic City of the West.
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AMY I'Ll Yl--NG----
leading Cigarettes, Mrs. Reginald C. Vanderbilt
JUST WAciH OUT !
The tw:) greatest laugh-stealers of
the age are coming to town.
They'll get your giggles when you U
see them tourned out for love-
a 0 making in an underworld of thrills.
''he've got a. corner on all the
"'I wonder if one can really tell the difference, when
blindfolded,' was my first thought when invited to make
"After smoking the four brands, as they were handed to
me one after another, I discovered there was one that was
noticeably smoother than the others and richer in taste.
"This proved to be an OLD GOLD. I hope I shall be able
to buy them in Paris ... they are surprisingly free from
any trace of throat irritation and have a delightful aroma
which to me is very important."
Mrs. Vanderbilt was blind-
folded, and, in the pres-
ence of two responsible
witnesses, was given one
each of the four leading
cigarettes to smoke ... To
clear the taste, coffee was
served before each ciga-
rette ... Mrs. Vanderbilt
was unaware of the iden-
tity of these cigarettes
during test ...After smok-
ing the four cigarettes,
Mrs. Vanderbilt was asked
to designate by number
her choice ... She imme-
diately replied: "Number
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