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JUIaY 18, 1831

THB SUMMER 'MIt IGAN DrAiLY

JULY 18, 1931 TEE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAG ~

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Gen. Davis' Attack on Supposed
Pork Barrel' Methods
Causes Comment.
MANILA, July 17.-(/P)-All mor-
ning newspapers, both American
and Filipino, said today Gov. Gen.
Davis' message to the Philippine
legislature Thursday created con-
siderable displeasure in the ranks
of the two houses.
The newspapers said the senate
and house particularly did not like
Davis' criticism of the pork barrel
system of alloting public works ap-
propriations, the so-called "sine
die" session of the legislature and
several of his suggestions concern-
ing economic development of the
Philippines.-
The Tribune, Filipino newspaper
published in English, said "the
governor general's annual message
aroused so much unfavorable com-
ment-that the feeling at the legis-
lature, which up until late Thurs-
day was one of co-operation with
the chief executive, was in peril of
radical change."
Davis, in his message, said: "De-
spite the fine record made by the
last legislature, one local custom is
open to serious criticism, namely
the so-called sine dlie session. ur-
ing the two years I have been here,
281 blls were passed on two legis-
lative days. The result is hasty, ill-
considered, often illegal measures;
Eighty-eight per cent of the bill
I have been reluctantly compelled
to veto were passed during the sine
die sessions."
Concerning the public works ap-
propriations, teh governor declared
"haphazard, piecemeal uncoordi-
nated road building has wasted
millions of pesos in the past. Ef-
ficiency, economy and business in-
telligence unquestonably demand
a change in our system of appro-
priating road' funds. Pork is un-
sound foundation for roads."
The ,governor general also advo-
.cated the repeal of anti-trust laws,
private ownership of communica-
tions, governmental economy, crop
diversification and scientific agri-
cultural methods.
Virini
adu Kentucky
Se e down where
tobacco grows
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Criminology Students
Visit Detention .Farm
Inspection of the Detroit House
of Correction detention farms near
Northville, Michigan, was the ob-
ject of the trip made Friday after- Nine ends, eleven tackles, eight
noon by the members of Prof. Ar- guards, two centers and sixteen
thur E. Wood's criminology class, backfield men appear to be the
nucleus of the football squad that
The women's division Is the only will represent Michigan against
prison for women in the state, five Western conference teams,
These farms and buildings house Michigan State and two normal
only "'short term" prisoners, those colleges next fall. At first glance
who have comiitted misdemeanors the material appears to be promis-
rather than felonies. ping, considering particularly that
lettermen of last year's champion-
- ship team are plentiful, but the
S . aWbugaboo of ineligibility, injuries
p and other factors which usually
-have the effect of a mowing ma-
Because of the enthusiasm shown chine are to be considered.s
for the open hockey match last Captain Roy Hudson is about
Wednesday evening, the Women's certain to retain the fullback berth
Physical Educational department is which he held last fall, but will
sponsoring another game next Wed- again have competition from Duval
nesday. The players will be divided Goldsmith. A flock of other back-
into two teams, the Greens and the field men also will be on hand who
Whites, as they were last week and are rated now as halfbacks, but
after the game, lemonade and cakes have played fullback creditably
will again be served on the porch during prep school days. This half-
at Palmer Field house, back group is made up of "Mutt"
All women who care to play are DeBaker, Harry Eastman, Bill Hes-
asked to be dressed for the game ton of last year's squad, Kirk Hol-
and out on Palmer field at 7:15. land, a guarterback candidate two
The necessary playing equipment year ago, and a promising group
will be furnished by the depart- of reshmen including Herman Ever-
ment. hardus, Stanley Fay, Jack Heston,
* * * Fred Ratterman, Westover and Bill
There are still a few vacancies in >Renner, Quarterbacks are Harry
the special two-weeks classes in Newman, Estil Tessmer, Harry
archery and golf which start text Stinespring and Donald Rock.
week and will meet at 7:15 on Tues- The flankers will include Bill
days and Thursdays. These classes Hewitt, Stan Hozer, Ivan William-
are for the purpose of giving in- son, Norm Daniels and Roddy Cox,
struction in the fundamentals and all lettermen, Sylvester Shea and
etiquette of the sports. Registra- Buck Yost, who were members of
tion at Borbour gymnasium. the first squad a year ago, and,
from the freshman contingent, Ted
Dormitory Will Give Petoskey and Francis WJgtert.
Russell Damm, an end last year, is
Dance, Bridge Party +to made over into a tackle and
Wistert may be given a like posi-
Plans are under way for a social tion. Jay Sik~enga, a substitute
dancing and bridge party, spon- end for two years, is to play guard.
sored by Mosher-Jordan halls to be Yost was rated as a halfback all
given next k'riday evening at the last season, but has both the nerve
Women's Athletic Building. Enid and ability to smash interference,
Bush, social chairman of the dor- get ball carriers and to bring down
mitory, has charge of the affair. passes. Hozer, made over from full-
Only residents of the house and back to guard and later to end,
their escorts will be admitted and may go back into the line. Cox
an orchestra will furnish the music was made over from fullback to
for dancing. This will be first party end as an emergency measure last
of the Summer Session given by the ,fall, and may return to competi-
dormitory. tion for his old berth.

r

- al summer program according to
Paul Washke, director, despite the We have .all makes
fact that the field of competitors Remington, Royal,
is narrowing. Corona, Underwood
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA- Colored duco finishes. Price $60
The botany department here plans 0 L
Tennis has proved easily the most to build a swamp near the campus
popular among the sports offered on for the purpose of growing wild 314 South State St. Phone 6615
the intramural program this sum- fowers.

mer, though golf, handball and
horseshoes have attracted a suf-
ficient number of entries to permit
interesting tournaments. Play in
the tennis singles and doubles and
golf singles has advanced only to
the quarter finals, while that in the
remaining two sports has gone to
the semi-finals.
With 48 students originallyenter-
ed in the tennis singles, a few
matches remain before the quarter
finals can be started. Play in the
quarter finals of the tennis doubles
will begin this week, how-ever.
Doubles matches to be played are
as follows: Goodrich and Smith vs.
Housholder and Hart; Clark and
Bain vs. Levenson and Marshall;
Drake and Becker vs. Monroe and
Kern; Krieger and Eknovich vs.
Garhart and Hart.
In the semi-finals of the hand-
ball tournament J. Kane will meet
the winner of the R. Campbell-G.
Holmes match and T. G. Lanning
will meet W. Dalzell. This group
remains from the nine originally
entered.
The second or quarter final roundc
of the golf singles will find the fol-
lowing opposed: A. D. Crosby vs.
B. H.' Swanson; J. Bos vs. G. F.
Patterson; J. E. Ayers vs. A. Red-
niss; D. G. Shepherd vs. William
Merrill.
The semi-finals of the horseshoe
singles will see A. Bernhart opposed
to the winner of the Danny Rose-A.
Redniss match and L. Darrow
meeting G. Hayes.
Interest is great in the intramur-

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Saturday Oniy
ALL
Panamas
REDUCED

'.
Values formerly
to $7.50

$150

$395

For one day only we are offering our entire stock
of new summer panamas at this greatly reduced price.
You will be astonished at the remarkable values offered
in this sale, and remember there are still many weeks
left to wear them.
ALL SALES FINAL
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Ke ep Cool
for Vacation Wear
The White Coat
and
Knitted Suit
or a
Wool or Cotton Mesh
ress or uit
Summer's Favorite Garment is Represented in
in this group
All White and Pastel Summer Coats
1/,4
their original price
All Black and Navy Silk Coats
their original price

A study of one thousand
famdzMe using iizROCHE
electric range shpowed a
EMON meringue pie is difficult to bake success cong cou of
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high heat, and the delicately browned meringue a much
lower heat. To get both temperatures equally well with
the same oven demands extremely accurate heat control.
That is where my Electrochef electric oven proves its superiority.
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Mesh Sport,
One and Two-Piece
Dresses

Cool Voiles, Eiyelet
Batistes, Dotted Swiss, Light
Silk Dresses
Sizes 14 to 46

Nom Reduced to
$500
JACOBS ONS

Store Closes Saturday at 6 p. m.

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