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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1927

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GOVERNORS GIVE TALKS COVERIN G-lDE
RANGE OF TOPICS CONCERNING FEDERAL
POLICIES' RELATION TO STATE RIGHTS
(Continued from Page One) ed that at the present day the dif-
Some of them are sectional, and be- ference between partis are slight.
cause they are sectional rather than This condition, he said, is giving rise
governmental organizations.' There
confining themselves to present state is even serious discussion of a plan
lines, the agencies of the federal to abolish party elections in the states
government show an increasing ten- and put them under something like
dency to step in and presume to the commission form of government.
solve them. I The continuance of a "dearth of
"The court system," the governor state and national issues" might just-
said, "with its lower branch in the ify the procedure, he declared.
localities with whose problems they "Only once before in the history of
are concerned, is a proper pattern J the nation have we passed through
for all similar agencies. The federal such a period, and then it wasrecog-
trade commission and interstate com- J nized as so unusual that it was called
merce commission and like agencies the Era of Good Feeling," the gov-
shouild have been and ultimately must; ernor told the assemblage. "We
be organized along the same lines." know from history and experience
Discusses Government that so long as there are republics
Governor Green also presented a there will be divisions on major
short discussion of government and questions of public policy and those
governmental tendencies, and declar- divisions will go clear down through
to the building up of non-partisan the fabric of government.

BREWSTER SPEAKS
3 (Continued from Page One)
the Civil War, has failed, the gov-
ernor told the assemblage. Thus it
happened, he told ,that when Presi-
dent Roosevelt sent a very modest
fleet of warships around the world
"he had to hire foreign freight ships
to fuel and supply them."
"The World War found us without
ships of our own; and the foreign
ships upon which we had foolishly
come to rely promptly deserted our
ports, and our farmers and manufac-
turers found themselves with moun-;
tainous heaps of produce and products
piled up at the ocean's edge, but with
no vessels to carry them across thet
water to markets which were calling
for them so loudly and offering almost
any price.

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equally excellent humorous -pieces, vere's Ride," "What College Did To
and if he happens to come across one Me," "Water Football," "Storm Warn-
of the gems which he remembers ings For New York." And really,
from "Life" he is almost as pleased as when you come right down to it,
by one which he missed in "Vanity I they're all surprisingly good. For
Fair." This is really the highest instance, take this from "What College
praise I can give for usually one does Did to Me:"
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ends from the magazines, but Mr. the founder of the college) a student
Benchley's humor is lasting, at least could elect to take any courses in
for the year, and though you may the catalogue, provided no two. of his
not be as keen about his Fascinating choice came at the same hour. The
Crimes 'as many readers seem to be, only things he was not supposed to
you will probably go wild about the inix were Scotch and gin. This was
Polar Expedition or the Interviews. known as zhe Elective System. Now
Something for everybody is indeed the I understand that the boys have to
Benchley motto. have, during the four years, at least
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Fashioned Christmas" and "The Rise very awkward for those who like to
and Fall of the Christmas Card," for get away of a Friday afternoon for
example, in which the old-time feast- the week-end."
ing and sleighing, so highly rated by I quote this as being of special in-
our parents are shown up for the terest, but the man can also be as
hideous festivals that they really subtle as you please, particularly in
were; and in which the time is anti- the Interviews and parodies, thus
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