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PAGE TWO
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the University Summer Session by the
Board in Control of Student Publications.
The Associated Press is exclusively en
titled to the use for republication of all news
dipatches credited to it or not otherwise
credited in -this paper and the local news
published herein.
Entered at the Ann Arbor, Michigan, post-
office as second class matter.
Subscription by carrier, $.; by mi'1.75,
Offices: Press Building, Maynard Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 4925
MANAGING EDITOR
J. STEWART HOOKER
Aditorial Directors.........eorge E. Simon
' Martin Mot
City Editor..............:Lawrence R. Klein
feature Editor............Eleanor Scribne
Music and Drama Editor.......Stratton Buc
Books Editors...........Kenneth G. Patrie
Kathryn Sayer
Telegraph Editor ...........Daryl W. Irwi
Night Editors

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JULY 7,

Alea Bochnowski
Georg eF Simons
Reporters

Martin Mo

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BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 21214
BUSINESS MANAGER
RAY WACHTER
Advertising..............Lawrence Walkle
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Accounts..................Whitney Mannin
Circulation. ................ Bessie V. Egelan
Assistants
Samuel Lukens L illian Korvinsk
Janet Logi
SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1928
Night Editor A. A. BOCHNOWSK
ANOTHER APPEAL
The supreme court of Californi
anamiously upheld the constitutionali
ty of the law under which William Ed
ward Hickman was tried and sentenc
ed hang for the murder of Maria
Parker, 12 year old Los Angeles girl
In sustaining the trial, the opinio
held that in pleading "not guilty b
reason of insanity," he had not bee
denied his rights as a defendant, bu
that in so pleading he had admitte
commission of the acts alleged but
denied responsibility for them. Th
opinion also held that a person charg
ed with a crime~ is presumed to b
sane until the contrary is establishe
by a preponderance of evidence an
that the "present statute," unde
which Hickman was tried, "does no
take away the defense of insanity
and the proceedure followed in no
wise changed or affected the rule re
specting the burden which rests on
the prosecution and on the defense in
his case."
Hickman's attorney announced im-
mediately after the decision had been
handed down that he would carry the
case to the supreme court of the Unit-
ed States where his appeal would be
based on the clause of the fourteenth
amendment to the Constitution which
provides trial by "due process of law"
and "equal protection" to all defend-
ants.
It has been held that the "due pro-
cess" clause means that the trial must
be held under the process of law
which is common and satisfactory to
the community in which the trial is
held. In California the statutes under
which the trial was held are upheld
as constitutional and are part of the
code under which trials in that state
are held.
Time enough ha passed since the
trial was held so that public opinion
has abated in violence and it seems
logical to believe that the judges of
the court were prompted in their de-
cision only by the facts of law. It is
a victory for justice in that state at
least. It remains to be seen whether
or not it will remain a conplete vic-
tory, buit in either ease it remains tha.t
California has set for those states in
which a more lax legal proceedure
prevails, an example for meting out
justice in an unbiased manner in ac-
c:rdance with the letter of the law
interpreted in its fairest sense.
THE WORLD 0OURT
According to authentic newspaper
reports Charles Evans Hughes will
be invited to become a member of
the World Court ;for International
Justice, as a result of the resignation
C Jaohn Balssett Moore. Athough
no definite word as to the accep-
tance of such an election has been
stated by Mr. Hughes, who is now
touring through Europe, it has been
reported that he will accept. !
It is commendable that the repre-
sentatives of such countries as Cuba,
Brazil, and Japan have taken: the In-
itiative in trying to secure the elec-
tion of Mr. Hughes to membership
on the court. The term of his mem-

bership on the court would be for l
a period of two years, which is the
time remaining on Mr. Moore% term.!
Mr. Hughes' addition to the per-
sonnel o* the Wbrld Court would
add weight and prestige to the ac-

tivities of the court. His depth of
understand ing of present internation-Aj
Eal conditions, coupled with his re- A T D R L
markable judicial career culminating R
in his selection as justice of the Su-}MORE
preme Court of the United States IROQUEFORT
from which he has since resigned, PLAYFR 17
place him as a universal choice for JUST BOBBIE!
the important position to which he
will likely be called.
Much of the 'success of the World -
fCourt nturally fiepkknds &pon the
- personalities that go to make up its
membership. This is true with al- I
most any judicial tribunal. Thus far,
f although the accomplishments of the
Court have not been of such a type,
as to cause world-wide discussion to
any great degree, the field of its fu-
inture activity presents a vast area for
k fruitful cultivation. Mr. Hughes' mem-
k bership on the Court would prove of
n immense v .lue in this direction.
In view of his resignation from the
o United States Suipreme Court for the
purpose of retiring from public life,
s and since then his refusals to serve
t in public office, it has been expres- .
l ed by some as unlikely that Mr. Hugh-
f es will accept membership on the
f Court if it is offered him. If such be
the case his refusal will not be spon-"
sored by a lack of interest in inter-
national affairs, but more likely will
come about as a result of his age and
'1 inability to take on a task of such
g magnitude in view of the multiplicity
of his other obligations.
yy .In spite of what may be said
regarding his acceptance or rejec-
tion of the seat if it is !offered him,
Ijit can be said without fear of con-I
- tradiction that Charles Evans Hughes
is the outstanding person for Ithe This is a picture of the leading man
post and his membership would be taken during his carer at his favorite
a boon to further constructive and college activity.
a deliberative activity on the part of an * * *
- international instittion on which the SWEDE JOHNSON
eyes of the world are focused.
n A NEW RECORD
1 With the successful completion of
n the great flight by Capt. Arturo Fer-
y rarin and Maj. Carlo P. Del Prete
n from Rome to Natal in the state of
t Rio Grande Del Norte, another record
d changed countries. The intrepid
t Italians flew - approximately 4,485
e miles, bettering by about 576 miles
the previous non-stop flight record
e made by Clarence Chamberlin and Swede got his first experience at
d Charles Levine in their flight from acting, we judge, in The Roquefort
d New York to Germany last year. Payers.
t Capt. Ferrarin and Maj. Prete also GUESS WHO'
hold the endurance flight record of
58 hours 34 minutes and 26 1-4 sec-
onds which they made recently.
- It was a glorious flight, the first
from Europe to South America with-
out a stop, which will be heralded
both as a romantic adventure and as j
a practical development. Although
such flights are looked upon by some
people with an attitude of mingled
disgust and sympatly, "for whoI
could be so crazy as to risk their
lives so foolishly?" and by other with X. Martin Brown and Ebilina Draw-
awe becavme of the romance of i, bridge affecting a collegiate atmos-.
tere stilt remains foremost, the phere.
"Ourageous spirit of the pioneer * * *
It is c)mparable to the development THE TRADE MARK
of all rapid transportation facilities,
the first attempts at which were veil-.I
ed in romance; but in time it will
become common and even indispensi-
ble as did the rail roads and steam-
ships. Until air travel does reach
that point of practicability which has
been attained by the more common
modes of transportation, its develop-
ers will be hailed as heroes. T ie
is as it should be, but it should also
be remembered that they are pioneers
in another great utility of the type
which has been responsible for the

pajid development *, grea' nations. A
FLORIDA Authorizer and appropriate symbol
Involuntary bankruptcy proceedings of the Roquefort Players.
filed against the Coral Gables cor- * * *
poration by three credito companies A CUSTOMERI
add more to the red ink records, grim
reminders of the Florida boom, which+
show the loss of great sums of money.
They tell the story of money-mad
speculators who thought the sky was
the limit, but who realized their mis-
take too late. This tel-tale photo shows the class
Fortunately for Florida they could of people who attend the perpetration
not, injure her substantial asset-a of the company.
climate both indigenous and charm- **m y
ing. And now with the ill-fated boom *
but a memory to be revived only but T
short periods of the after-effects,"
,Florida reposes peacefully beneath
southern skies same hue as the waters
which nearly surround it, and the
bustle of a gold-rush has past. With
affairs approaching the normal once
more, it is to be hoped that the quiet
dignity of a substantial state will be
disturbed no more by such adven-
tures.p
Keeping to the straight and nar-
row path is becoming increasingly This fatal mark is symbolic of the l
difficult these days-if your're a pedes- rest of the cast of that unfortunate
train in Ann Arbor. This despite the company. When they first came here
automobile ban. President Little, this season, Chief of Police O'Brien d
however, will return soon and may almost made them get a circus permit.
alleviate the situation. LARK.

ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
C r. Division and Catherine Sts.
Fifth Sunday After Trinity
The Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
11:00 A. M.-Morning Prayer
and Sermon by the Rector.

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State & Huron Sts.
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
Sunday, July 8, 1928'
10:45 A. VI.
"Shall We Rescind Prohibition?"
A cordial welcome is extend-
ed to students in the Summer
School.

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FIRST METHODIST
Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Rev. A. W. Stalker, D. D.,
Minister
Rev. Parley Bingham, Associate
and Student Director
10:30 A. M.-,Morning Worship.
12 Noon-Student Bible Class at
Wesley Hall.
6:00 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild
Devotional for students.
8:00 P. M.-Evening Church
Service.

MURPHY'S SKIPPERS ORCHESTRA
A JEAN GOLDKETTE BALLROOM
On Grand RIaer, 11 Miles East of Brighton
FOR SALE.
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Located in the exclusive Southeast Section. Large lot, beauti-
fully landscaped. Some of the delightful interior features are brick
.floored entrance hall, hand wrought iron lighting fixtures, three fire-
places, balcony staircase, beamed effects, tudor archways, English
paneling in dining room, hand-blocked papers, and painted decora- E
tions.
The master chamber is served by a large private bath. The gen-.5
eal bathroom is convenient to the other sleeping rooms.. Two of
the bedroams have private lavatories, making a most livable'arrange-
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FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH

Rev. R. Edward Sayles, Xinister
Howard R. Chapman
Minister for Students
9:30-Church Sunday School.
10:30-Morning Worship. Ser-
mon by Mr. Sales. Subject,
"Fundamental Perplexities."
12:00-The Student Group, led
by Mr. Chapman, meets im-
mediately after morning wor-
ship.
6:00-Friendship hour and de-
votional meeting for students
and all young people at the
GUILD HOUSE, 503 East
Huron.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH.
Huron & Division Sts.
Rev. Merle H. Anderson, D.D.,
Minister
9:30-Church School. Student
Class taught by Dr. Anderson.
10:45-Morning Worship. Dr.
Anderson will preach on "01
Dog Hang-on."
5:30-Student Social Hour and
Supper.
6:30-Young People's Meeting
addressed by Student Peace
Caravan from Swartmore Col-
lege. Subject, "Outlawing
War."

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Cornwell Blk. 330 S. State
Our Business Is Looking After Money
Let us advise you on money matters at home or
abroad. See us before investing. Our years of
experience are at your disposal.
We suggest Traveller's Checks or Letters of Credit
as the only safe and easy way.

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ST. PAUL'S
LUTHERAN CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Roes. 1005 W. Washington St.
9:30-Sunday School.
10:30-German Service.

An especially cordial
come is extended to the
dents in Summer School.

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