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Registration for the annual ca mpus
TR CKMIN Following a special conference olier; A. D. Gallery, Tuscola County E 11 elections net Wednesday, which clo-
WOLVERINI -I thec advisory committee appointed by advertiser; Louis A. Weil, Port Huron el yesterday noon, was estimated at F A U E10 S U
TL the University ,Tess Club of Mich- Times-lerald; hlarry Whitely Dowa- approximately 2,500 last night by Tyler (SC O LPy{E
tN DU MEET TOO igan, with the faculty of the depart- lac Daily News; and Norman H. Hill G L !l+Watson, '27, chairman of the Student IItn fjunls etra on 'o h vnn es al t.Mre O E O A Dcuclcmitei hreo ~e S
definite resolution was adopted to the According to an announcemeNt by tions. The figure is considerably less a
LOCA: SESON PENI G gNI iSeffect that the department of journal-. Mr. Trainor. a comm ittee will be ap- E NGINEERS ADOPT POLICY OF! than a year a o when registration was
FIRST' IOWA APPEARANCE ism should be established as a sop-! Pointed to confer with Dr. Little in WATCIIFULI WAITING nearly 4,000. HIST'Ot PROFESSOR TALKS OF EsXEC(T
oNFRYFEI rate and secure departmental umit. cider to Orally indicate its feeings IIINL~lIN Roger Greene, '28, announced his WAYS TO IIELP RAISE ED-N
The latter part of the resolutions regard to the matter, and express the withdrawal from the Union presiden- 1 TATION STANDARDS
be armg directly on the proposal suggestions of the various newspaper- tial nomination last night. Ile has ---
discusion avin beengive fullcon-by th advsory ommitee. ctio will----natures for nomination as recording! YS A E A DESD
M1aize And Blue Expected To Capture sider ation, we, the undersigned, spe-l be taken in the near future Mellon Endorses Proposed Arkansas! secretary of the Union, which nomi-
';1ost First Places To Repeat cifically recommend that the work ii C. M. Greenway, of the Grand Rap- Credit Corporation For ntes him automatically for the lt- Rankin Advises~Reading Of Old Rooks Public
Lust Year's Victory journalism be set apart as a separate, ids Press, was also in attendance at Rehblito e fiea tcmle ihteUinlather T'han oenNvl
__academic unit known as the Univer- the conference.___ constitution in this respect. To Acquire A Style
This afternoon's Michigan-Iowa;st fMihgndpateti ju- Flown hlal icsio n (y Associated Pres) Herbert E. Vedder. 28, yesterday ~-~'-
nrckmatln ditont b.g h The resoluton was signed by adoption of the resolutionNE plEAasay .eree withdrew his nomination for record-I Stating that the character trais of Outlir
first outdoor dual contest of the year1 sentative of the University of Michigan Press club meeting which will be hed thrilling drama of lifesaving was un- ing secretary of the Union the students are the factors which newps.
for the Wolverines, will mark the in- Press club advisory committee: A. J. Oct. 21, 22, and 23 next fall, at the Luisinacross iundatgied et f nehots rte1t aeteEgihsho ucs h o
itia apearnceof an Iowa track Trainor, President of the University time of the dedication of the new stn- efre obaigteMs Ipi presidency of the Union and is on themretnthAeianndtttesPrse
ita perne+tefre obtn h isip team on Ferry: field and the second of Michigan Press club, editor and I um. Work on the program is now flood, adopted a policy of watchful ballot for the presidency, of the Stu-i are the things that American educa- dressed
dulme cc obehl ofontemanager of the Saginaw News Cour-' underway, according to Mr. Trainor. waiting along wide fronts where dan dent Christian association. tors must build up if they intend to Press A
dualmeeteve to e hed btwee thedaA
tw ntttos h is vn sger is likely to develop as the crests improve college education, Prof. Wil- bly of
scheduled to begin Sopl ,a erious stuaions were reported in P A S A R N E O wentA.spokeonr, ivilthe-stoaydepar- "elre
o'clock so as not to conflict, with th2e.. somne of the flooded sections of the jit, ns" o te"Pihigesandnte- dn the
Illinois baseball game huge funnels between the Mississippi gtin"bfrthMchgnIe-inhe
Lieywnesi'ih vnsadadO a rivers, but the relief ma- scholastic Press association las nightAmeric
giena ai canetotae irt nchine was straining every nerve to IA1RS N W E N at the Union. Fielding HI. Yost, dlire- upon it
livenr a i re c hne toft e irst , nthp~i~ ~revent any serfous loss of life'...__. or of intercollegiate athletics, was unions z
Wolverines are conceded an excellenti Sophomores Win First Pull; Supe; Fsher s 'Vine Will Attempt To Keep I MconRdgth icshdsaprobablyewl J. A. W1hitwort, 94, Selected To; the other speaker on th's program. therefo
rlor Numbers Tell In .Undefeated Ilini Front Pushng -MSake Pincipal Po:Toa .Pakn fte h-hv d
chance to repeat their victory las Final Tilt It From Conference (lace soon be swallowed up by the rush-Adess o.ToasE nm fth.re ae
year at Iowa City when the Hlawkeyes i ing flood waters, but officials expressed A stmic department, was called on extem- own o
fellevral1 1t262 -2sco a ouk GA ES O E D ODA DO MIL TOPrTemoved e feteir ree ould be INVITATIONS ARE MAILED Pofessor rayer discussed the ele- rua
have been a distinct' favorite in a duali Victorious in their first clash with 311ton Kirshbaum With nearly a score of towns already;mnswihh elee ol eP "A Is
meet but the performance of her vet- the sophomores in the annual tug-of- Twice defeated, but not yet out of: flooded, others were threatened with ( . Arthur Whitworth .94, has lie- to raise the standards of education sty, wa
craps so far this season have been dis- war, the freshmen wil continue in the race for the Big Ten baseballf serious damage. Water in Talulah cepted an invitation to deliver the+ The experiments in education which one of
..their effort to take the count of thei championship, Coach Ficher's Wolver-1 was three feet deep and rising rapid- !main address at the Fathers' and Sons'+ are almost revolutionizing it, that of the mo
appointing; especially in the weight ; fya mnti monn hnile team will meet the undefeated Il-I ly, while there were two or three feet week-end banquet which will be heldI Johns Hlopkins in abolishing the first to com
events. Nelson, for instance, did bet- the remainder of the Springga s linois nine in the fourth Conference in Rayfield. +nteUinasml alStra two years of collegiate work and the hies o
ter than 5 feet i the shotput lastwill be held at South Ferry field. I game of the season at 4:05 o'clock' Backwaters from the La Fourche, rsetv atofLan Sanrdfwin
year, but his best performances this Tecasswl eti hi e today. lowlands still were battering the leveei noon, May 14, Roger W. Greene, '28, university on the same order, are due three l
season have been ranging a foot or spective camps at 9:00 o'clock this The Michigan team, having suffered (at Monroe, a town of 30,000 people, chairman of the committe in charge+ to bring great advances along this page. T
more less in competition. Thu Iowa morning, sophomores behind Water- successive defeats at the hands ofi and had entred the lower sectionss of the event announced yesterday. line. He also spoke of various things -the w
discus men who were counted on to moan gymnasium and the class of '30 Purdue and Northwestern, staged )aj which were being evacuated. The! President Clarence Cook Little, who which would greatly add to the ef- is the
do well have failed to register more on the playground of the University comeback Wednesday and defeated the! water was not expected to get much had previously signified his intention fiiency' of university training . 7lh
than 125 feet consistently.Hghsho.Temrhtthfid Boilermakers on their home runs higher an twsblee h iy of attending the banquet, hsas Higher requirements for admission, evil has
C1c rsaa hsetrdsv will begin immediately upon the as- (vnigtedfa suffered in the first1 would escape any serious flood. been secured to speak to the gather- a greater amount of work for the stu- The s
era of his more versatile athletes! sembling of the classes and three game. Although the waves of the waves! ing, Greene stated. The banquet Sat- dents to do, and less freedom of choice titerin
such as "Bab" Cuhel, Phelps, Bard' "events, the obstacle races, the cane+ Don Millei, ace of the Wolverinej of the Great Lake to the north had set urday noon will be the major event I in the selection of courses are the, ception
Beatty, and E:veringham in as many spree, and the rope tie contest will pitching staff, who was beaten fn his; up a swift downstate stream, the 80-! on the program for the Fathers' andI things Professor rayer emphasized. liege a
as four or five events, and it is not cmlt h rga ftegms first two Confeence starts this sea- . mile front along the Old, Red and' Sons' week-end, which will be held T'he first, he said, would distinctlyi Little z
definitely known how he will 'joggleI son before downing Purdue, will again} Atchafalaya rivers still was being' May 13 14 and 15 under the auspicesI raise the standard of college work. tendenc
them about. Th rsmngiedtIpit o be Coach Fisher's hurling selectioni held for the protection of the Louisi- of the Union. The second would do away with the the rea
I- today.s Odpposingtat u-slimtheosStewarat f will th tody. ppoingugarStwcrawne asecgtriaonsetoo ttthl souhso.uWttm.eMr.rmiWhtitmorseablit oprtoemtnto;naingtlumnutsr
1e, star t'_ 'thr urlewil ae wof the ul ahlp-trdawoafter-'take the mound for the Illini, in anl Nvw Orleins Saferj who is at present in business in Grand mc esr ieadntdvtn lae
probably confine his work to the htur Fhe f h u Ihl etrdyatr attempt to make up for the defeat An inicreasing feeling of securityI Rapids, and who has a son in-the Un-I the major portion of their time to their' know o
(Ies, although many track follower; noon, and each of the, evens this1 which he suffered last ya ttewsntcal nNwOlasa estwl pa rmtefte' work. The amount of increase would It 82
consderhima btte .22 yad srin monin wil cont ne oin ea h ands of the Michigan team. Andrews, result of the forecast by Dr. T. M. Cline,° point of view, and Lester F. Johnson,|not be enough to cut out the recrea- has sev
ma ia ei ihhrlr hlssecond ranking pitcher on Coach weather bureau metereologist, that the 2'L, president of the Union, will tol-|toswiheeysudn ed u h p'c
isms ieyt tr nbt ude M men and menmbers of honor Lungren's staff, will be ready for re-; river here would not rise above 21 low with a talk based on the son's Iwudablsth atidehtco-oum
race, acordng t mfomaton foin societies are requested to report lief duties if Stewart proves ineffec- ;feet even if all levees between herej point of view. gesbta actoptfftesr- fhe
tat authermant r sunrte w440 ma at the Student activities room of tive,I and Baton Roue hgld. This is s;eye- Students whose fathers can arrange, g of a, y or. rer sacid ete
thth a o u h 4. Beatty th Unnths mrng t Satisied with the showing of the ra feet below flood stage.I to participate fn the celebration o oa, Professor Fry. si, is that as
das andehrdlt ces. m o h o'clock to assist in handling the Wolverines against Purdue in the; should make arrangements for their cuigtesuet oepaieti al
dahsadhrls pin ae tSuhFry second game, Coach Fisher will prob-I WASHINGTON, May 6.--Proposed guests to arrive intm rth p- last phase and not to prepare for their 'the lea
With Allison a sure starter in,. the ably start ;the same lineup that lay creation of an agricultural credit cr- Ingeet rdyngt hc ilb life work. uiy
high hurdles and Cuhel and Phelps, ed at Lafayette, with the single ex-1 poration by Arkansas bankers andj the Cap night exercises in Sleepy Hol- These things are constantly being referen
slated for duty in both ]righs and ception of "Red" Davis, hard-hittingj business men for agricultural rehab- low, Greene stated. Saturday after-J worked toward by the new adminis- problem
los eat ileu helte adte The sophomores won the toss and; catcher, who will be back in the line- Illation fn the flood area was endorsed noon there will be athletic attractions, trto n ncoig Poeso ry- sort of
220yad as amot prtiny.Evr-chose to pull from the east bank ofI up in place of Rechman. Kubicek,+ today by Secretary Mellon, who gave1 track and tennis meets at Ferry field er outhned the plan of a freshn
mghm wll robblycomete inthethe river, while the freshmen, at least' second baseman who has fallen into assurances that advances would bebtwethVriytaman lnoswkwhhwl ecardotmth Prs
event, thnbrad.ump.nBtirdis ateditj twice as numerous crossed the bridge a batting slump, will probably remain made to the corporation by the Enter-( having been scheduled. Uiest hsfl.Ti ekwl rs
asevnt re the r2 jum .11a 440s.at! and defended the west side. After on the bench, giving way to Los, mediate credit banks.,. No special arrangements will bej do much toward bettering the present lined a
a uesatri h 2 m 4. lining up for the first pull, with a regular infielder, who will be shiftedl Plans to- creation of the corpora- made for Saturday night, the commit-slow standards of university lie. ;enterin
~~Cuhel steF ofrenechm fifty man team from each class, thie from the shortstop position. Morse: tion, outlined to Treasury officials to- tee plans, that the sons may enter- oacYs discssoiodcmerchisalkmineteenthem bv
pin n he 2 W alestarite ofrdesnwillyarm- gun was sounded and with a slow will be used at shortstop. day by Senator Robinson of Arkansas fain their fathers in various ways as adsuso fcmecaimi t-srci
11nmh 2 ad ude atya steady rythmn the sophomores pulled Capt. Puckelwartz, Gilbert, and Cor- and bankers of that state, contemplate they desire. By courtesy of the Ar- g tics and the spirit of Michigan. Re-ses
da tis is ere, wfvitCer winout to the tugging freshmen towards the riden will probably compose the Michi- !capitalization at $50,000 to $1,000,000 Cade theater management, however,gad tefshebivethtmcengh
dayinths ace wthCoperexecedriver. Just as the first green-smeared: gan >outfield. This trio proved their with loans fromt the intermediate 1 there will be theater tickets given that is said in condemnation of col-.when y
Phelps, hehm othe wowa etrys,; youth reached the water's edge the hitting ability in the game Wednesday,i banks on the basis of three times the those fathers who desire them. eatatets1snfud.ThPese
arelpsohmongthe btiow n terig, gun sounded again and the pull ended,1 each batting safely three times.; paid fn capital. The committee has mailed more madtethytcolge aon fmnyi rs
T ,whlJne fMhga sa-advantage his batting stride, will be at first base,! up in Little Rock Drawing advances dents, outlining the program for the1 cover up the fact that this money is man of
doithe gdistancernd crbler Tevctr as so- ied o-with Weintraub at third base to com- ;from the St . Louis Intermediate Credit week-end and inviting them to attend. autbadke thetintc h uteaneo tt
ongThe 0 da heingh5hurdlete rae Thforvithrythse sorfthiedun at plete the infield. bank it will make loans direct to Letters will be mailed to all frater- abodrahei rga rit al
should see conditions reversed with the next pull, also with 50 men from (iypeiet h is fnt ek Yost defended whatever commercial- address
Don Cooper expected to score a tri-s each side, the bitter resistance of the strong defensively. Grundlach, who vances.l Greene stated, asking them to make ;s hr ih ei tltc.Sek
umph. At the Illinois indoor carnival class of '30 began to tell, and after holds down the first base job, Bryden special arrangements among thei, CahYs epesdte pno es
Allison of Iowa was awarded first inI holding a momentary advantage, the se dbsmn altid n in ST. DILL ASSUMES j crus n ocoprt wt h that it is Michigan's indomitable spirit itheir o
. . I .1~~~~ oit ntvto have laved tiactieslly r .. __ .__. T-~

Speaking Insxnetor Declares
tudents Have Obligations
As Future Citizens
ning some of the outstanding
per faults and tendencies and
tsible methods of copying them,
pat Clarence Cook Little ad- _
Ithe Michigan Interscholastic
Association in the main assem-'
the day yesterday afternoon.
newspaper" President Little
d, "is the .greatest influence._,
field of adult education in
a. Millions of people depend
and are influenced by its -op-
and content. It is important
re that the newspapers should
teals-something too many fall
)n in their attempt to increase
ion so as to make more':
ck of a sense of responsibil-
s cited by President Little as
the characteristic faults .o-
ern newspaper. "It is too easy,
ae out with misleading head-)
n one day and later, finding a
athe story, to sprint a two or
ine retraction on some inside
'he harm has already been done#
rong first impression madek,.it
first impression that counts...
h the retraction may follow,
sbeen done."
speaker pointed out that those
g the profession must be ex-
a] ly careful to treat their. pri-
nd powers properly. President=
warned against the newspaper
;y to play up to the emotion of
der. The Christian 'Science
rwas~mentioned as "one of the
t hardhitting newspaper I
if in this respect."
ems to me that the newsraper
'eral internal weaknesses also,"
raker continue]. "The editorial'
s are apt to relate the opimtOs
editor or publisher rather than
ogle at large. I should say -'
>a possible solution for this
n advisory body of some .port,
ding citizens in a certain cot.
for example, be designated for
ce or advice to certain editorial
s. What Journalism ngeds sa a
Simreme Court."
Emphasizes Fnalts
:dent Little in closing his ad---
mphasized again the faults out-
nd advised those contemplating
g the, profession to combat
y "honesty, accuracy, a con-
e attitude and above all, a
f right. Love your profession
to lay the horse whip on it
ou uncover a yellow streak,"
ant Little admonished.
ident Little was introduced bye
iA. Wilson, '27, general rhair-
Sthe conference, who presided
E . Densmore of the public'
g denartment gave the main
sat th'e morning session
g on "The Will to o" Mr_.
ore pointed out to the student
bligations as the citizens of 'to-

ended in a blanket finish with four' tide turned slowly to the reshmnen.ro U alal esn ndhv enLL Y 7SATISfIE her past record. Among the points 'student
men so closely bunched it was almost At the end of this contest the fresh- largely respon sible for thetlswsscores {FU LSA IF E VIVISECTION OPERATION which he emphasized with regard to they ai
impossible to tell who won. In tHir men held about a five yard advantage. phiseweup:by mhe gepsnentsothisythangnsatisfi
race Cooper Dlaced fourth. Outdoors1 With the score one all, and the is- They have also shown fair hitting Declaring that more than ninety DESCRIBED BY VISCOUNT only what he puts into it, and it is mark t
however, Cooper's record is superior sue of the tug-of-war, together with ability per cent of the Haitians are dissatisf~tesiitwe em oe htdi-hge:
to that of the I, wa man. two points toward the Spring games,( Sweeney, Hoffman, and Dorn the ed with the American occupation of (By Associated tress) tenguiishthen axtam osdneys r that ds ookgher
At Kansas, Allfson managed to to'?*) s n ding on the final free-for-all heavy hitters of the invaders, are the the island of Haiti, Henri St. Hill, of LONDON, May C,.-Vi n adnorinary-tm
third after the two men finishing first pall, both classes lined the rope for three outfielders who will start jparis, France, addressed the members; in a recent debate in the House of Professor Rankin discussed certain when t
and second were , disqualified. At t:e deciding event. The superior against the Wolveines, Hoffman. es of the Negro-Caucasian club last night1 Lords, said he knew a man who volun- books that he was reading and made the tim
Drake, he failed to place after makt- nmbers of the freshmen were too pecially, has been hitting consistently at Lane hall. "There is niothing more tarily submitted to vivisection exper-I remarks on the acquiring of a style.
ing the best time in the preliminaries,'luch, thowever,eand after only a mo- all season evident than the misery of the native, mentation which could not be made'H die h edn fodbos M.
] .1 seconds. Cooper, on th2 ether meat of resistance the defeat of the Todays game, according to" all in!Haitian since the American occu a- Hneenan et eic a d w i a ath e the reamdern fovls bok hs tnr. f1
Lannd, dsahdobdsvitar adoubslhemrvstcrtdontyaatutandthedsotphsomorderssvtursnfedto inn"tsidar.rt.utl. Tndemathne anowettallmadwedaniatsopubes aadseteothn ankimals.aed
Ohio Relays 'where he defeated Irwin class of '30 carried the rope back up a pitcher's dual. Both teams are re complaints against the Americans, he' e did not reveal the man's name. 1no mptd t ttesretsty ianicsak ase.lin whoter hadtces ntunotelevs dethriaeqaeindu-vedDil tempdy noucd hi oa
of Oho Stte. Te later cmpetd atStatestret in gignticsnakedanc. lyig upn thir ac pithers o tun beieves arethe -nadf raomandty-lThtDatheMawhtodyhannureadinsgtyoffrwmthe'saddn o' toks o ge
Drake the following naturd Vy and the decision, and if they are effective fair amount of legislative power given that the man was Viscount Haldane 's of fame in English and American lit- higher
vas the first Conference man to fin- ANNOUNCE APP OtITMENT !S hr hudntb uhsugn to the Haitians, the unfair custom nephew, J. B. S. Haldane, a lecturer erature h p
ish in the 120 yard event. Phelps and in the course of the aternoon- duties imposed upon them, and the co- nbi -h ms yatC br ge ni r~t e r n
Cul el ar e probably the best of the Det nero h aeso i ndtelcpai ilntercion metods utise fequetysue ct. xeimnte ae ywsFRENCH GOVERNMENT """a
Hester and Lasser will likely finish i tW , e o e~swnl afrwh a eddw h mit to requests of the Americans conducted by Professors Fraser, of HAS NEW AUTO FUEL! oe o
one-two in the 100 yard dash, but the '9,weetmttnoed rthe D faily catchers berth almost all season Mr. St. Hill1 divided the history of .Batome'hspalnLn---btif
outlook for the 220 is not so bright yetra.Wl asr-pone u Haiti into five distinct periods, the In- don, and had its purpose in the pro- (¢y Associated Press) s titutio
as neither Hester nor Lasser has run sic and drama editor of The Daily LAST REGISTRATION FOR dian perod, lasting unti Columbus duction of a condition of acidosis-anj PARIS, May 6-The French govern- Hof its
the distance in a college meet. Al-an Russwinkle was' appointed for- fPR IL ET DY ounded his colony in Haiti, the Span- acidic state of the blood occuring 'a, ment is convinced of the practicabil-I The
though a good sprinter in high school aindvOPERAsWng mEaTOgAY. ish period, the French period, the per- diabetes. The acidosis having been ity of a new synthetic motor fuel ;men, t
E veringham has confined himself iodo terpub ndt prsn established, Professor Fraser took which has been developed by French been t
largely to the broad jump, so today's ! .I Oe 000pol r x Final registration for tho:2 who are period. During the periods of French blood from Haldane's femeral artery, engineers, Edouard Hleriot, minister stanta
race also will be in the nature of apetdhratheC bidPres desirous of trying out for next bear's and Spanish control of the island, and was able to determine the exact (of education, today told the general wised t
test for him. s(nlsceis pnhue opera will Le held from 2 until 41 many negroes and mulattoes were change in the blood's alkalinity. The council of the Rhone department at siderat
On advance dope, the Michigan en- ,cilock this afternn in she 4imes sent to rance and Germany and were precise details of the experiment will Lyons. Follo
tries are :expected' to put up a good theater. Any one who wishes to he, educated. The Haitan republic was in be published. The nw fe. w s.s a neei. s led n da at;

v. "The trouble Nvi th too m any
s," the speaker said. "is :hat
m too low and are too easily
A when they hit as far as the
they havo set. Aim high and
"don't he^ one of thosi who
ack and x eg ret that they had
de more of the opportunities
hey were given them. Now is
e to look forward."
Discusses Colletrui
Densmore mientionedl the ques-
educational preparation as re-
to the profession being con-
ted by the delegates "It is'time
in thinking about Cie kind of
education you want to get,"
raker averred. "The question of
ig a small or larg3 college is
to come up. Both havc a great
you decide to enter a great in-
n, do not do so merely becaus:!
most successful men and wo-
the speaker pointed out, have
;hose who have had a sub-
J religious background, and ad-
hat this, too, be taken into con-
wing the morning session the
Los scn ra,. rl n fo lici m


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