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VOL. XXXVIII, NO. 33

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1927

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TEN PAW

TRIP TO SACRED CITY
IS THEME OF SPEECH
BY FAMOUSEXPLORER
IR. lhcGOVERN GIVES EVENTS OF
EXPEDITION BEFORE A
LARGE AUDIENCE
TALK IS FIRST OF SERIES
Address Is Interestingly Illustrated
Rv Vim- Of Mevino Picuires I

GERMAN GENERAL
STUDIES COUNTRY

DIRECTION 0[ CLASSI
PARTI[S DETERMINED
BY STUDENT COUNCIL
COMi11ITTEE 'FOR SENIOR BALL;
TO BE CHOSEN BY CLASS
PRESIDENTS SOON
WILL MEETNEXT WEEK
Minnesota Game Will be Homecoming;!
Navy Game Pets-MIeeting

LESTER HERE TO
SUPERINTEND ALL
OPERA COSTUMES
Further moves were made tis week
towardi getting into shape the 1927,
Union Opera, "The Same to You,"1
when final checkups w'ere made on all
of the costumes and wardrobes.
tLester,tof Chicago,twhohas done all
the costuming for the Operas of past
years, and has been given the con-
tract again this year, was in Ann
Arbor Tuesday with his wife and as-
sistants in order to fit the members
of the cast.
Hundreds of gowns, shoes and all
the other accoutrements that go to

OIL CASE TESTIMONY
NEARS INVESTIGATION
OF BOND TRANSACTION
'RAPID PROGRESS IS MADE AS
SINCLAIR'S COMPETITORS
TAKE STANIDD
MAGNATE APPEARS CALM
Special Oil Counsel Presents Volume
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DREISER TO SAIL
AS SOVIET GUEST

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And Slides Planned by Couneil make up a well-dresses chorus girl or Main Charges
--- man, were selected and ordered, so__
Illustrating his talk throughout Following the rules made last year that all may be in readiness for the (Hy Associated Press)
with apt and interesting motion pic- for the appointment of the various dress rehearsals to come later in the WASHINGTON, Oct. 26.-Approach-
tures and slides, Dr. William Mont-omtesfrtecas atetes cialyalo h ui ob ing with swift strides the crux of their
gomern covr, explorer, writer, Student council, in a restatement of Practically all of the music to ber
gmYMcGovern used in this year's score has been case, the Liberty bond transactions
and lecturer, last night opened the the regulations made at its meeting sent to the publishers by William M. which followed the lease of Teapot
1927-28 Oratorical lecture series I last night, finally determined the or- Lewis, Jr., '29. Lewis is responsible Dome, special government oil counsel
course with his address, "To Lhasa In ganization of all groups which will for writing most of the numbers. today presented to a District of Co-
Disguise." Hill auditorium was well General William llee Imanage class parties this year. These Lyrics have been written by him also lumbia Supreme court jury a volume
filled upstairs and down for the Chief of staff of the German army, committees, whose organizatioi is il collaboration with the authors, of testimony to support their conten-
opening number, s at Washington, D C., while thus provided - for, will handle the; Thomas J. Dougall '28 and Vincent C. tion of deception and secrecy in con-
Dr. McGovern related from start to is snippednCFrosh frolic, the Soph prom, and the WaeoJr. 'r. nection with that lease. li
f 1 ~~~~~~I Wall Jr. '28. scinwt htlae
finish the story, the trials and the touring the United States to study Senior hall. Rehearsals are being held twice As witness followed witness to the American novelist, is sailing for
hardships, the rewards and the find- American methods of vocational train- The regulations, originally made daily or both the men's and "wom stand Albert B. Fall conferred fie- Russia to make a study of the Sovet
ings of the expedition into Lbasa, theIing. last January but never completelya- en's" choruses. Lewis and Dougall quently with his own counsel and rule. As a guest of the government
sacred city of Tibet, located in the- -- -- -- ------__ plied until this fall, requirehe are drilling them in various dance with that for his co-defendant, Harry he is free to tramp about the country
heart of that great country. organization of the committee for theroutinesto be used in this year's pro- F. Sinclair, and once halted proceed- . i e
The expedition, on its first attempt MA IL Senior ball. This committee will be Auction. It is not known as yet wheth- ings with a exclamation, "Just crutinizing the people, customs, pol-
was unsuccessful and forced to turn WI 1SA S 14 ( chosen by the presidents of the var- er Roy Hoyer, leading man with Fred moment," while he could carry for-iies, and ideals.
back when Tibetian officials refused ious senior classes on the campus but Stone, will be able to attend re ward such conferences.
under any circumstances to allow the Uwill elect its own chairman. The cost- hearsals or not. Sinclair manifested his usual ap- PTI
expedition to proceed to the sacred I iii Df mitteen itself will e composed of fey pearance of calm, but occasionally AP
city of L hasabo t 1et a, D r. ove ps ve r, ge of Literatured I , thhei ta ss o Ced w ith his atto rney. T he uo r sthe ,
explained, is located on a great pla- ---- cwomen, as well as men, followed the
icn about 15,040 feet above sea level,Th pson Characierized By Gorman, Arts, threefrom the seniorclass oftestimony very closely, some of them S
and is inhabited by three or four mU- Ex-Congressman, As A Defender tch frm the senior class of the nrfrequently leaning forward in their
lion people of which one in every four Of Americanismt a t, L,-LUI chairs for long spells, the better to
is a monk. Fierce jealousy exists architectural college, the Law School, hear some of the witnesses whose
t p ;C~~~~~he dental school, the College of 9 14]_ 1 ttl mnsnLae o!owy
within the realm of the country as NO BOOKS TO BE BURNED Pharmacy the Medical School, the _voices had no great carrying power. lreaking Lecture Contract,
well as toward the white man, the -School of Business AdmiWistmation, listribution System Is Much like Tha( Representatives ot three big oil pro- Other Engagements
speaker said (By Associated Press) ducing companies told of their efforts
Unsuccessful At First 1 I sscaed Pes and the School of Education. Of Previous Years; A ms ont ge laes n th Wy ig nvl
Uisuccessul h first CHICAGO, Oct. 26.-Mayor Thomp- Group Meets Monday. Price Is Still $10 to get leases on the Wyoming naval 'HOUGHT MENTAL LAPSE
Unsuccessful on his first attempt d ie eedro twsdcdda h oni et reserves, in the transfer of which the T UG T ETA LPS
Dr. McGovern decided that the only 1 son, was described as a defender of It was decided at the council meet- government charges Fall and Sinclair
way by which entrance to the great Americanism and not anti-British, by ing that this gioup, to be appointed by IEXPET EARLY SHORTAGE with a criminal conspiracy to defraud- t re
the class presidents of the various UYORKwih acrcminl cnsprac todefau
sacred city could be gained would John J. Gorman, former congressman, schools and colleges, should meet for the government both of its physical NEW YORK, Oct. 26-Leaving be-
'be by carefully selecting a smalls Due to lack of general information prosperity as well as of the faithful hind him a broken contract and min-
grou of erv nts o a comp ny im who appeared as a witness against' the first tim e at 5:15 o'clock M ondayDu to lc, f ge ra in rm i n
grou i of servants to accompany hime William MAndrew suspended super- afternoon in room 302 of the Union, yesterday, the applications for tickets services of Fall as interiors ecretary. gled emotions of anger, pity and
and'by disguising himself and thet. to the 1927 J-Hop will be given out Helms Testifies shocked surprise, Roald Amundsen
part as pil rim to The For id n Iintendent of schools, at resumption of1 where the chairman will be elected, to he 1 2 J- o wil b gv n ou
party as pilgrims to "The Forbidden t After this meeting the committee will today and tomorrow afternoons at the Birch Helms, formerly vice-pres- was on his way to Norway tonight
City Thiscke done, and y or six na MacAndrew's school board trial today. make its own plans for the date of the side desk in the Union. The process ident of the Texas-Pacific Coal and after a sudden and mysterious de-
expesiionk e t forany him, the "Mayor Thompson is fighting for aepro-A. party and all other necessary arrange-. was to have started yesterday, but Oil company, testified that he called parture variously ascribed to to a
expedition set out for a second timents. Ellis Merry, '28, a member of was postponed, according to the gen- on Fall on April 10, 1922, about a "row," a "brain storm," of an un-
in 1922.. Gorman. "He is not anti-British, but the Council and chairman of the class eral chairman of the affair, John Gil- lease, and that the then secretary told identified influence.
The expedition firs; Pllowed a is pro-American. He is fighting no elections committee, will preside at martin, '29E. him he would be glad to entertain a Amundsen only arrived in this coun-
course along the river bed until the one. this first meeting while the commit-. The system to be followed in the bid from his company on Teapot try a week ago Monday and was to
pass country was reached. Great "Books which the mayor would have teemen, numbering 15 in all, choose application and distribution of the Dome. This was three days after have commenced a lecture tour on
changes in temperature added to the banned from the Chicago public li their chairman. tickets will be largely the same as Sinclair and Fall had actually signed next Thursday which would keep him
hardships of the undertaking. In the brary would be only those minimizing All senior class presidents are ex- that of other years, according to the the lease. here until March. He had accepted afi
low country it was as hot as 110 the actions of the colonists to the pected to notify the men they appoint plans now held by the committee. All Amos L. Beaty, chairman of the invitation to be the guest of honor'
degrees, Dr. McGovern said, while glorification of the British," said Gor- to this committee by telephone or memblers of classes who wish to at- board of the Texas Oil company, one Saturday at a dinner where he was I
later in the mountainous regions, tem-' man other means before Monday afternoon tend the J-Hop must obtain their tick- of the largest in the country, called to be awarded the explorer's club
peratures of 20 to 40 degrees below Issues Denial since any class not represented there ets through juniors on the campu'4, on Fall in March, 1922, and submitted medal.. .
zero were encountered. Mayor Thompson yesterday issued vill lose its voice in the choice of a since the number of tickets that will a proposal to lease all of Teapot Dome Despite this, Amundsen sailed on the
Of the six animals included in the a denial of any intention to have ques- chairman. This will be the only meet- I be available will not fill the expected offering higher rates of exchange for Bergensfjord yesterday the only ex-'
party at the outset, but one lived to tionable books burned, and he got j ing of the committee held under the demand. Tickets will be given out to fuel oil for royalty crude oils than planations to his lecture manager and
see the end of tha journey. When support from Dr. Preston Bradley, auspices of the Student Council since the juniors of the various schools were found in the Sinclair contract. the Explorer's club, being telegrams
provisions gave out and the animals chairman of the library administra- after the election of a chairman it and colleges of the University in the Beaty said Nall told him he had a reading:
became ill, they were often killed and tive committee. will proceed under its own direction. direct percentage of the numbers of proposition from Sinclair "that was "Am sailing today; sorry I cannot
devoured by the hungry explorers, "As long as I am a member of the The committees for the Soph prom j the classes. These percentages will satisfactory." The witness later urged be with you."
Sometimes, Dr. McGovern declared, library board there will never be a and Frosh frolic will not be organized be worked out and announced in the Fall to hold off a final decision, but As a result, Lee Keedick, who has
chunks of the meat were eaten raw. book burned, because I believe in fair in this way, since in these two classes near future. the lease to Sinclair was executed. managed the explorer's lectures for 14
Tea also comprised a large part of the play; and I do not think Mayor ! the chairman of the committee is a { Tickets for the J-Hop have been He added that the first he knew of years, had to cancel all arrangements'
diet, the speaker said, 50 to 60 cups IThompson ever intended to burn any I direct appointee of a class president. priced at $10 as in the past. Every one the leasing was when he read about for the proposed tour and Rudolph1
a day ng a very odinary noks, said Mr. Bradley In both classes the chairmanship al- attending will be taken care of in it in the newspapers. Kersting, secretary of the Exporer's
for a native Tibetian to rink The book-pyre originated with U. J. ternates between the college of Litera- booths. Independents will be asked to Detailing his conferences with the club, dispatched 200 telegrams with-
Through Pass Country "Sport" Herrmann, theater-owner and ture, Science, and the Arts and the organize into groups for this purpose, interior secretary about Teapot Dome, drawing invitations to the presenta-
The expedition proceedled day by day Y rn .Kslr etenoloealo inr
upward through the pass country un- member of the library commission, Colleges of Engineering and Architec- while fraternities will naturally form Frank E. Kistler, a western oil opera- tion dinner.
tifnall theh top pass in the -i who was requested by Mayor Thomp- ture, and this year the engineering their own groups. The ticket sale for tor, and president of the Producers At the Explorer's club today con-
til faally the top pass rathe Him- son to report on pro-British books in college sophomore president will ap- + the affair will be begun on or about and Refiners corporation, said Fall siderable pique was exhibited and the
alayan mountains was reached at an the great civic institution, point the leader for the Soph prom Nov. 29. told him in March, 1922, that he had I explanation was offered that "Amund-
last two thousand feet, because of the while the president of the freshmen It is expressly stated by the com- not determined what he would do sen had a row with his lecture man-
extreme altitude, it was necessary to AMPHIBIAN PLANE liteary class' will appoint the chair- mittee that all those wishing todapply about Teapot Dome; that he was not ager."
yarsihornad man for the Frosh frolic. for' tickets must do so either today or ra y t cosdr p op as fr a K ed k rplied to this that sincel
r'est every 10 or 15 yad1eoea
vanst urtr. Dyr Mcboern d- GETS NEM iOTOR Decide Sophomore Committe tomorrow, as no other opportunity will lease, and that if he did get ready he coming to this country the explorer
darednAstho.ciarted Pess)hi e -The committee for the sophomore be given. The registration will be would notify Kistler. had had a "brain storm" but as he;
le has ot al o whe (y Associated Press) I t will consist of nine members, undertaken today from 1 until 5 said, this had occurred before and wasi
his face or hands for fear of discov-1 OLD ORCHARD, Me., Oct. 26.-A five of them chosen from the College o'clock and tomorrow from 1 until 6 CUR TIS DECLARES not taken seriously until the telegram
ery, being forced to live like a native. new motor tonight had been bolted of Literature, Science, and the Arts, o'clock. TENTION TO RU announcing his depature was re-r
When the ;expedition began to de-!ito the place of the one which failedi and three of them from the engineer- j Applications given out must be filled INTEN!TION TO RUN ceived.c
Wen n the ter d o fg te gre-a of Ssla n h Nova S , a st lg college. The ninth man will be out and returned on either Wednesday (By Associated Press) "I will lose a good deal of money
ass into the sacreds country nearer' Sunday, forcing the return of "The appointed to the committee by the or Thursday of next week from 1 WASHINGTON, Oct. 26.-The 1927 by this," he said, "but I am sorry forI
and neare to Lhasa, moye precautions Dawn," twin-motored amphibian mon- president of the sophomore class of uuntil 5 o'clock. They will be sorted presidential swepstakes were formally Amundsen rather than angry. I can ;
were necessary. One of the servants,)i oplane in which Mrs. Frances W. the architectural college. 411 of the by the committee and allotted propor- opened today with the announcement only explain his actions by the fact
nicknamed "Satin" then took charge Grayson hopes to fly to Copenhagen. meis of this committee will be ap- tionately, afterwards returned and by Sen. Chales Curtis, of Kansas, that after arriving he came under
of the expedition and Dr. cGoverg Te new motor arrived shortly be- pointed by the class presidents of the marked eithre accepted or rejected. Republican leader of the Senate, to some influence that made it impera-
was forced to play the part of the' foe noon today and mechanics spent various classes, in addition to the Reasons will be given for rejection in Kansas friends, that he would be a tive to leave the country at once, and
servant. Every step to disguise him- the rest of the daylight hours in un- chairman who will be chosen by theIall cases. candidate.___secretly"
self as a native was taken. crating. cleaning and installing it in president of te junior engineers.t NXATN
City Reached. the plane. Tuning and testing the The organization of the comimittee' N'DO TED EPXPLOR.ER LAUDS Ailu1EMPTED OCEANIC
When Lhasa was reached at last motor on the ground and in actual for the Frosh frolic will be much FLIGHITS AS AIDS IN DEVELOPING NAVIGATION
fear of discovery was increased with flight are expected to occupy most of the same, with ten men on the com
the news that the spies assigned to I tomorrow and part of the next day, mittee instead of nine in the sopho- -
watch the white man who sought to still further postponing any definite+ more class. Five of these men will Dr. William Montgomery McGovern,'Pecially as regards survey work. secret.
invade their kingdom had left the date for a definite takeoff. be chosen from the freshmen literary Dr. McGovern, who is a graduate of As jwell as being a brilliant Ic-
starting point and was believed to be The three members of "The Dawn's" class, three from the freshmen en- considered to be one of the most;Oxford university and just recently turer and explorer, Dr. McGovern is
on his way to Lhasa. The emperor crew continued to avoid further com- I gineering class, and one each from daring of modern explorers, who last published an article on American and also recognized as a writer. AlthoughI
and his officials were warned to be on ment on the sharp difference of opin- the freshmen classes of the architec- night spoke in Hill auditorium, open- English universities, delared that, he yet looks to be in his twenties, he ;
the lookout. ion on continuing the flight which was tural college and the college of phar- ing the Oratorical lecture series sea- contrary to the belief that the Ameri- has published many hooks, including
All went well until one day a dog supposed to have arisen between Mrs. macy. The chairman of this committee son does not regard the recent series can college system was more highly those on the "Amazon,'' "Japan" and
seemed to sense the difference in Dr. Grayson and Pilot Wilmer Stultz of 1 will be appointed, by the president of specialized than the English, it was, "Oriental Philosophy." at the present]
McGovern from the rest of the party, Nova Scotia just before the engine the freshmen class of the college of 1 of attempted trans-Atlantic flights as in reality, just the opposite. "In Eng- time most of his articles are syndi-r
and he deemed it best to give himself, failure forced a return. Mrs. Grayson Literature, Science, and the Arts, I particularly foolhardy and selfish. land a student specializes in mathe- cated by the New York Times. He'
up, rather than be found out involun- held several lengthy conferences with while none of the appointments caa Asked what he, as a land explorer, matics, history or philosophy and tak- stated that one of the greatest diffi-'

tarily. Action was delayed and he Stultz and Navigator Brice Golds- be made until after the freshmen class thought of the expeditions, Dr. Mc-' es no course other than that one," he), culties he found in writing articlesf
was kept a temporary prisoner while borough. elections, to be staged under the au- said. "His general education must and books was in adapting them toI
a commission appointed by the em- spices of the Student council in De- come from his talks with other stu- meet the demands of the American
peror himself sought to decide his LISBON, Portugal, Oct.. 26.-Ruth cember. interesting indeed. They are risky, of dents. It is very common in Eng- ".a English reading public. In his
fate. Elder's visit to Lisbon has been some- Minnesota Homecoming course," he added, "and accidents are land for a group of students to get book manuscripts, Dr. McGovern ex-r
Finally after weeks of suspense, it what marred by an attac of influenza, Included in the other business trans- bound to happen, but I think that they together and talk by the hour." plained that he generally revised the
was decided to permit him to leave which confined her to her bed for acted by the Student council was the!are serving to develop navigation of Speaking of exploring itself, Dr. American manuscript for use by the
the country and return to his starting some hours today, but tonight she is setting of the Minnesota game as a the air-something in which America McGovern stated that he has found English publisher.
point and thence to England. The reported better. 'tentative homecoming date, with priz- has heretofore been backward. It has that it pays to travel light. His first In this respect the explorer and
emperor appointed a royal bodyguard Her improvement is confirmed by es to be awarded for fraternity decor- no great passenger air lines to com- expedition into Tibet, elaborately writer stated that the idea that the
to see that he was safely escorted the announcement that she and her ations, and the planning of a pep I pare with those in Europe." equipped, was forced to turn back be- American language is more "slangy"
from the "sacred city." It was on the co-nilot of the "American Girl." from meeting to nrecede the Navy game. i Although Dr. McGovern himself does fore 100 miles had been traversed. The than the English, is not entirely cor-1

MARKET LOSES WHEN
HEAVILY INURE P
FOUNDERSOFF BRAIL
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES
EXCITED BECAUSE OF
CATASTROPHE
MARCONI USE D VESSEL
Several Vessels Spend Day Rescuing
More Than 1200 Passengers
And Sailors
(By Associated Press)
LONDON, Oct. 26-The sinking of
the Italian liner Principessa Mafelda
off the Brazilian coast today caused
the greatest excitement in years at
Lloyd's as the marine insurance mar-
ket suffered a considerable loss
I through the sinking.
The hull was insured in Italy at a
valuation of 7,000,000 lira (approxi-
mately $360,000), but the Italian com-
pany reinsured in London, also plac-
ing coverage for considerable sums
on the vessel's general cargo.
Before the war S'enator Marconi,
inventor of wireless, made a number
of radio and kite-flying experiments
aboard the Mafelda.
A half dozen or more steamships
VXspent nearly all of today rescuing
more than 1200 passengers and mem-
bers of the crew of the Italian liner,
Princepessa Mafelda, which sank last
night near Bahia, Brazil,
Latest advices are that the ship
was sunk as a result of an explosion
caused by the breaking of a screw
shafting. The explosion tore great
holes in the side of the vessel and it
sank within half an hour.
Think All Rescued
Captains of rescue vessels claimed
to have rescued nearly all of those
aboard the Mafelda and hope to res-
cue the others.
In Rome immense crowds gathered
about the offices of the Navigazione
Generale Italian, owners of the vessels
for news of friends and relatives
among the passengers, most of whom
were emigrants en route to Brazil and
Argentina.
BAHIA, Brazil, Oct. 26-The ex-
plosion which sent the Italian liner
Principessa Mafeda to the blottom was
caused by the breaking of a screw
shafting which tore open the vessel's
side, according to a report received
here. One report here is that the
captain, of one rescuing vessel showed
great courage in tying up alongside
the sinking vessel which went under
within half an hour after the explo-
sion. Tis vessel is said to have saved
200 passengers.
RIO JANEIRO, Brazil, Oct. 26-The
Principessa Mafalda, reputedly the
fastest in the European-South Ameri-
can service, and en route from Genoa
to Rio Janeiro and Buenos Aires, sak
near the Abrolhos rocks, 30 miles
southeast from Baleine and about 40
miles off the coast from Caravelias,
midway between Balhal and Raio Jan-
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Word received here by wireless at
Pernambuco said that the vessel sent
out its first S O S call at 7:17 p. in.,
and sank severalhours later, at 11
p. mn. after her boilers had exploded.
Although shipping circles here said
that there were 1,600 persons aboard
the liner, the Rio Janeiro agent of
the Navigazione Generale Ita liana,
owners of the vessel, said the number
of persos aboard the vessel was 1,-
208, of whom 240 were members oif
the crew. All but 110 of the passen-
gers were Italian emigrants bound
for a new homeland in Brazil and
Argentina, 741 of the passengers be-
ing bound for Montevideo and Buenos.
Aires.
The agent of the company said he
had no word as to the cause of the
disaster, but thought that it possibly
might be due to an explosion in the
engine room. No word of the number
saved and those drowned had been
received at the steamship office.
Four Ships In Vichilty
The first S O S call, of the liner
brought four steamships which were
in cruising distance to her aid, and
in the darkness of the night the
crews of these vessels went to work
heroically to rescue the victims of the
disaster.
The Gorman steamship Athena res-
cued 400 passengers, radio advices
said, while the British steamer Em-
pire Star picked up 200. First ad-
vices said that the French steamer
Formose had saved 120 persons, but
messages received at Pernambuca to-
day place the number saved by this
vessel at 400.
The British steamer Radioleine also
is known to have reached the scene
of the disaster, but no word was re-
ceived as to whether she had picked
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