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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

ANTI-"SALOON GRHOUP'
INDORSES BRUCKER
FOR GOVERNORSHIP
League's Publication Announces
Groesbeck's Candidacy
Is 'Acceptable.,'*

INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH LABORATORY
OPERATES DURING SUMMER SESSSION

BRANDS

JEF3FRIES

'WET'l

Believes Prohibition Issue Will
Enter Prominently into
Coming Election.
(By Associated Press)
LANSING, Aug. 2.-The Michigan
Anti-Saloon league plans to take
a vigorous part in the primary
campaign for primary nominations,
it was revealed today.
Through the columns of the
Michigan editor of the American
Issue, which is edited by R. N. Hol-
saple, state superintendent of the l
dry league, it was announced that
a committee will indorse certain
candidates and that the "wet and
dry issue and the fortunes of pro-
hibition will be prominently mixed
up in the campaign."
Will Support Brucker .
The publication strongly indorsesa
Wilber M. Brucker, attorney gen-
eral and candidate for the Repub-
lican gubernatorial nomination. In.
milder terms it views Alex J. Groes-
beck, former governor, as accepta-
ble.
Judge Edward J. Jeffries of De-
troit, third candidate for the nomi-
nation is branded "a wet."
Members Seek Opinions
In the race for the senatorial,
nomination between Chase S. Os-.

"Any notion that industrial re-
search activities in the University
laboratories enjoy a summer vaca-
tion is very far from the truth" said
said Professor C. W. Good, Assist-
ant to the Director of the Depart-
ment of Engineering Research, Uni-
versity of Michigan, in response to
a question as to the program of
research activities to be taken up
in the fall. "Our working schedule,
to be efficient, must continue on
the twelve-month basis without
long inactive periods, and that it
does so is pretty well proved by the
fact that at the present moment
somewhat more than 80 industrial
projects are under investigation in(
our laboratories, work which re-
quires the services of 107 investi-
gators and assistants."
During the last few years, ac-
cording to Professor Good, the,
whole process or keeping the in-
dustries for which the experiment-{
al work is being done in close touch
with the progress of investigations.
has been systematized to a degree
which should prove that the meth-
ods of the University are as well
organized as those of any industry.
Work on all "active urojects" that
is, those actually under investiga-
tion at the time, are reported each
month, either in the form of a one-
page "work report" or a "progress
report" which may be as lengthy asy

200 pages. Approximately 35 of the
latter, averaging 25 pages each in
length, are submitted.
The progress report is submitted
by the investigator in manuscript
form, is then rough-typed, edited,
checked, and then approved by the
author, after which the final typ-
ing is done. The number of copies
of each report made varies, de-
pending on the number required
by the client. In some cases as high
as 15 are made. These reports are!
uniform in appearance and are
bound in uniform covers. One "car-
bon back" copy is kept on file for
the making of blue print or photo-
stat copies, should the client re-
quire additional copies.
Screen Reflections

Cosmopolitan ClubL S S I F IEL
Atttends Reception DADVERN!
at Helen NewbeSTORY OFBOMBINGt nrry__ __ __
Members of the Cosmopolitan
Court Hears Witness Repudiate club were the guests of Helen New- TYPING--Theses a specialty. Fir
Testimony Identifying berry residence last night at an en- rates. Dial 9087. M. Hari.
Sbryrsdngsnihatayn30, 4
Billings, Mooney. tertainment made up of numbers
PARDON IS !CONSIDERED contributed by the two groups. Fol- WANTED-A small apartment with
lowing the program, refreshments kitchenette. For married couple;
to be occupied for the net
(By Associated Press) were served. school year. Location preferably
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 2.-Gov. The guests of honor were Prof. on East side. Reply Box 333.
Young and his advisory board, con- W. C. Rufus and Mrs. Rufus, Prof.j 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 3
sidering a plea for pardon from J. A. Hildner and Mrs. Hildner, and_
Thomas Mooney, convicted of the Mr. Carlton F. Wells and Mrs. Wells.
Preparedness day bombing, as- Mrs. Tausey and Miss Van Camp of FOR RENT
sembling in Sacramento today to Helen Newberry residence, were in
question John MacDonald, recant- the receiving line. FOR RENT-322 E. Jefferson .
ing witness. The program contributed by real- Furnished first floor apt. A1.
MacDonald was questioned earlier dents of Helen Newberry included newly decorated rooms. Ca -A.
in the week by the supreme court, a cello solo by Mary Louise Otto, M. or evening. 29, 30, J31
hearing a similar application from accompanied by Florence Weaver;
Warren K. Billings, sentenced with an original composition by Miss
Mooney to life imprisonment for Willard sung by Harriet Stout and
the bombing. accompanied by Miss Willard; and
The court, in recess until Mon- Michigan songs played by Elisabeth WANT ADS PAY!
day, heard MacDonald repudiate Shenowith.
his original testimony in which he Ruth H. Patton, a member of the
identified Billings and Mooney as Cosmopolitan club, played a tango
the bombers responsible for the by Maria Grer, on the piano. Miss
death of 10 spectators at the Pre- Patton is from Mexico. Joseph ,
paredness day parade here in July, Akau, from Hawaii, and Wa E. Lei, PORTABLE
1916from China, played a guitar and TYPEWRITERS
E1916.aflute duet. Mr. Nozumdar, from In- We have all makes.
Estelle Smith, former dental dia, who performed several tricks, Remington, Royal.,
nurse and prosecution witness in concluded the program. Corona, Underwood
the Billings trial, will be cross-ex-f The committee in charge of the
amined by Edwin ° V. McKenzie, entertainment included Harriet Colored duco finishes. Price $60
representing Billings, when the Stout, chairman, Helen Joy Everly, 0. D. MORRILL
hearing is resumed here Monday. Betty Himes, and Magleetus Taylor.
McKenzie indicated he would ques- One hundred fifty invitations were 314 South State St.
tion the witness on her character udPhone-1
and pergonal habits, particularly issued.
regarding the use of drugs.f tilllt t1 t1tll tllil t111111111 111111111111111111 11t1 111!piililiti iiitpi!! t
Miss Smith Friday testified Bill-
ings was in her office more than aE= ,
mile from the scene of the bomb- 8 Or £Ascriminat1ngV omen Z
ing until 1:51 p. m., the day of thel=

GARY COOPER
GOES WESTERN
At the Wuerth:"The Texan" with
Gary Cooper and Fay Wray. Also
"Meet the Quince," "Spanish On-
ions," and Fox Movietone News..
"The Texan," current feature at
the Wuerth ,is not at all bad con-
sidering everything. The story, we
understand, was taken from O.
Henry's works, and perhaps that
excuses it. It concerns a very des-
perate Texas bandit and the usual
trimmings. With a plot that is
nothing more than average, Gary
Cooper did some rather pleasing
work. Fay Wray, playing her first
Spanish part, gives a fairly credit-
able performance. John Marshall
does some really good work. The
picture is not very consequential,
but it is a pleasant thing and de-
serves a C. P. M.

HOOVER REACHES CAMP
IN VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS
(By Associated Press)
ORANGE, Va., Aug. 1-President
Hoover arrived at his Mountain
Lodge shortly after 7 o'clock to-
night after an uneventful drive
from the White House.

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born and Senator James Couzens,
the dry organ expresses the opin-
ion that Couzens has done nothing
to indicate he has changed his po-
sition from that.he took six years
ago when he advocated 5 per cent
beer. Osborn is described as a
staunch friend of the dry cause.
"Scores of inquiries are pouring
into the office of the Michigan
Anti-Saloon league asking for in-
formation regarding certain candi-
dates and seeking to know whom
the state dry organization intends
to indorse;" the publication asserts.

Preparedness day parade.

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