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??L. XXXVIII, No. 43 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1927

EIGHT PAGE

FF YEAR ELECTIONI S LIKELY ENVOY DETECTIVE SUMD SALE OF NEW STUDENT DIRECTORY
U 41AR- EL L LCTIOETEJIE U ONimUR LI TO TAKE PLACE ON CAMPUS TODAY
::;,;<;; " Sale of the 1927-1928 edition of the I registration which took place this
HIStudent Directory will start today on year, and extra section supplementary
the campus. A limited number of the to the regular alphabetical list of stuI
Nbooks are available due to the large dents has been added in order to make
TO mailing list, and all students who are the book more complete.
R SCO E TATESLIE TO Y TI planning to buy them on the campus The binding of the book is similar to
-_areadvised to purchase them early that of other years. The color of the
GOVERNORS TO BE CHOSEN IN BURNS DECLARES EMPLOYE OF before they are sold out. new directory is blue with the usual
MISSISSIPPI AND INVESTIGATORS MADE The book has been sightly raised in black printed advertisements. The
KENTUCKY JURY CONTACT price, costing $1 this year. It has work of compiling the book has been
1_added many new features, the com- done by the business and editorial
DETROIT TO PICK MAYOR 'KIDWELL FILES PETITION plete i"outing of the busses which stu- staffs of the Michiganensian.
dents will use and the combination of
- students in the University School of
acacesn Houses To Be Filled In Several Witneses Examined By Granud Nursing registration with that of stu- S W
States Of entucky, Virginia, I Jury In Pursuing Charges dents in the remainder of the schools
And New Jersey Against Day, Sinclair of the University. The former has
- ( been kept separate in past years, and
( s tP )A iit is believed that the new arrangement
Today's off-year elections call forI WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.-Backfires will facilitate the finding of a st-
Showdowns at the polls in less than'- were started today from two differ- dent's name in the directory. The Fill
a score of states, where interests 1 ent sources by those who have come usual listing of the faculty, fratern-
canter chiefiy in state and local issues. under grilling in the governments in- hies and sororities, personnels, and
No United States senators will be j _________vestigation of charges of jury tamper- all student organizations on the FEl3LLIAI
- _______________campus has been included.FES ENT H SE EAE
chosen, although three vacancies in Iatsuj Debuehn. ig in the Fall-Sinclair oi conspiracy Due to the unusually large late AT MEETIN G TO[ORROW
the House of Representatives are to Katsuji Debuchi, above, foreign vice- trial. I'NIGHT IN UNIONl
be filled. Two states-Kentucky and minister of Japan, and one-time secre- William J. Burns, founder of the de- -_____
Mis'sissippl-will elect governors. tary to the Japanese embassy at tective agency bearing his name, gaveANNA LIII
Tieiovtr ilps ncntt-Tue asdiaa no o teie'aPOcylSarOFFICIALSe veFLEISCHMAN WI LL SPEAK
In two others-Net York and New Washington, D.C., may succeed Ito the first with a charge that the
Xexico--voters will pass on constitu- Tsuneo Matsudaira as envoy to the
tional amendments, and referendum United States. It is rumored that Mat- only agent who made contact with I[Three Events To Compose Program of
in Ohio and New Jersey on enact- sudaira is to be transferred to the any member of the now dismissed Freshman-Sophioore COntests
tents of the legislatures. Court of St. James in London. jury was not a Burns man, but an em,1 On South Ferry Field
oploye of the federal government itself. i
New Jersey, Virginia, and Kentucky. direct to that accusation. Party Of Distinguished Guests
In less than a dozen states, there willI Edward J. Kidwell, celebrated juror Will Be Entertained may get under way in their prepara-
be elections of county, municipal and number 11, got back into the limelight tions for the annual fall games which I
other local officials. TOPvingl by filing a petition with Justice Sid- INVITATIONS ARE MAILED are to be held Saturday morning on
Among the cities having bitterly fr alfUdons asking for a contempt rule South Ferry field, the freshmen and
ontested mayoralty fights are Phila Lagainst the street car conductor and h f A sophomores will elect their respective
deiphia, Detroit, San Francisco and, newspaper reporter who said that he Word has been received from An-captains this week, who will take
Louisville. Two Pianists Will Give Dual Concert talked freely about the case during napolis concerning the personnel of charge of the preparations for the
The vacancies in the House of Rep- 4' Coral Union 'Series i the trial and expressed the hope of i the party of distinguished guests who games and will lead their respective
reentatives were caused by the Thrsday Night getting "an automobile a block long." I are coming to Ann Arbor Saturday for clasess into the fray.
York district, and Stevens, of the Action on the petition was deferred. the annual football game between the The freshmen will meet at 7:30
Yeonk Oio, and yteresina oft HAVE TOURED CONTINENT iWhile these events were occuring on o'clock tomorrow at the Union for the I
second Ohio, and by the resignation of the outside, the grand jury inquiryUnited States Naval Academy and the purpose of electing their leader. En-
Rep. Haslett of the first Pennsylvania, into formal charges of attempts to in- University of Michigan. These guests meeting, which will last for some time.
alReprblican. C t Guy Maier and Lee Pattison, dual(fuence the jury laid against Harry F. are all to attend the luncheon given tertainment has been arranged for the
Recan candidatef pianists, will be the second attraction Sinclair and his confidential agent, Saturday noon at the Union for Navy Speakers on this program will be E.
TheReublican candidate for Con-~ofof the regular concert series spon- Henry Mason Day, drove ahead sud-;visitors. E. Fleischman, of the public speaking
gess in m the first district in Pennsyl- sored by the University Choral Union denly with its work, examining eight The group will be headed by the department, George Rich, '28, and Wil-
itr-general of the United States.= He Thursday night in Hill auditorium itesses and preparing to continue party of Admiral Nulton, who is the ham Jeifries, Grad. Justin C. Weaver
athensupr of heUnto-electVrd a ce is dicated by th its inquiry for many more days. Superintendent of the Naval Academy. '29, chairman of the underclass de-
has the support of Senator-elect Vare,e unuua n e oseaso tickets that Burns On Stand It will consist of Admiral Nulton and partment of the Union, will be the
uh'the Plfadelhia seaorialya wonhave bendise of sso fa- for the' Burns, chief under Harry M. Daugh- ;his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Francis, Ichairman of the meeting.1
Sa e p itwhwhich erty of the Department of Justice bu- their son-in-law and daughter, and Fleischman will speak to the class,
test. series, and tlitik wswarehsellin c eau of investigation, was the first f Mr. and Mrs. Francis, Sr. of '31 on the subject, "Power to En-
As the Democratic nominee for gov- ew sing k a . today's witnesses. He came out of Captain Sinclair Gannon and his dure." Other speakers have not chos-
eror In Mississippi, Theodore G. Bil- uy Maier, especially wel-now i the grand jury room bubbling withaughter, Captain H. A. Baldridge, en specific subjects. As an added fea-
W, is assured of election as the voting Ann Arbor through his connection conversation, which he carried on with h te Capan Bdren secf t ects.g As an added E.-
Iwith the University School of MusicI head of the Department of Seaman- (ture of the program, Coach Clifford E.#
today is the usual formality in that hstea i at the same time ar correspondents for nearly ship and Flight Tactics at the Acad- Keen, of the wrestlingteam, will en-
state of ratifying the Democratic axsetionally noted throughout this nemy, Captain F. D. Berrien, who is in gage in a bout with Harold T. Dona-
selection. e ti l a noed tru t fth With six of Burns men who shad- charge of the Naval Unit at Yale Uni- hoe, '29M, former captain of the team!
In Kentucky, however, J. W. Beck- country and Europe as a result of the owed the jury as a backfield audience, versity, and Professor Hall Dashiell, and all-conference 158-pound class
ham, twice governor and once U.S. and Mr Pattiso during the last few the iternationally known detective of the Navy faculty, will be present. champion.
senator, as the Democratic gubernat- and M tlauded the virtues of his own men and Other distinguished visitors who Will Elect Captain
orial nominat , has a fight on his years. Critics have everywhere com- startled his listeners with a demand will be present at the luncheon are Russell D. Sauer, '30L, chairman of I
hands. His Republican opponent, is mended them for the peculiarly stimuI to know why the district attorney hadL teanCommanderO.Kessingthe fall games committee of the Stu-
Judge Flem D. Sampson, of the coirt lating tone and sensitive perfection of inot made public a "complaint and af- Lieutean aer 0. 0. Cei te fa ll e xpm i the u-s
of apeas, he tat's ighst ri-ther plyin. fdavt" ile byhisagets ithJus- graduate manager of athletics. Coi- dent council, will explain the purpose,
of appeals, the states highest tr- toerepEarope. tice Sid by his agentsstFriday mw inh J mander S. S. Payne, a member of the and rules of the games at this meet-
tento the cam-ain, Betham ad- The popular team has traveled more i faculty of the department of physical ing, and after this will conduct the
teedtinto the campaign, Bekhari- mes d thepast se- charges against a government man. training, and Commander Jonas H. In- election of the freshman captain.
cating repeal of the pari-mutuel n ing tea s "The only person who has made ram director of athletics The sophomores . will select their
i~eting aw.mostof he pincpal itis ofthecontact with one of the jurors wasa
Aetting the constitutignal andovnmnt tepoye nd a ewsa The football party will consist of captain at a meeting in Natural
Among the constitutional amend most of the principal cities of the government employe and a newspaper3 pyesnd7r8cahsan Sineadtrumt4 'lkTus-
Unitd Sttesandundetakig a 0- 33 players and 7 or 8 coaches and Science auditorium at 4 o'clock Thurs-
ments td be passed upon by the New United States, and underaking a reporter," he declared in a high-I These will be unable to at- day.
Yokvtrdsoepoiigfrfu-(ay continental tour which included Iipre, trainers. Teewl eual oa-dy
York voters is one providing for four- ctinnAmster h Hae I pitched voice that must have carried tend the noon function. Invitations As in previous years, there will be
eatenrsead otheR asm er an to the grand jurors in the next room. for the luncheon were mailed last three events, the cane spree, which
elective state officials instead of the Rotterdam, Berion, Paris, and London. There was a scattering of the news night by the committee in charge of will count for one point; the pillow
r resent two-year terms, state cam- h men, some heading for District At- the affair. fight which will count for three
paigns to coincide with presidential played engagements with te New torney Gordon's office and others for Ipoints; and the flag rush which will
Governor Smith and his supporters SYork Philharmoni, the Philadelphiaoy the chambers of Justice Siddon. Thecount for three points. There will be
shave been active in their opposition to ymjustice, who was holding court, said;Rudd W ill Contrast I1n all seven points and the class win
~thfs proposal. I Detroit Sympony, and the Chicago JsIce R.d vlii l ee onsadtecaswn
S pnsoproposalrchstras. Drn hei he had received no such "complaint D- ma v ning the majority of these *ill be
In New Mexico there also is a pro- Symphony orchestras. During the and affidavit" in the case. Gordon as-!Types o f Diplomacy declared winner of the games.
potsal to increase the ternis of state rseit e they will play with th ed them he had never seen any- In the first two events the captain
p ~cr rmto ofu er n Minneapolis, San Francisco, and Chi- ,sue hmhIa evrse n ___
cncers from two to four years and- cago Symphony orchestras. Their Ithing like it.- Former British Ambassador to Italyof the classes will pick men to engage
ents, one to increase the pay of leg- present tour will extend from coast Publishes Statements T Speak Today in Natural in the contests, but i the last event
I to coast. Later Burns made public copies Science Auditorium the class with the largest number of
isators from $5 to $10 and their tray- of what purported to be affidavits of men out for the games will have a
ngy expenses to 10 cents a mile. Iben aed t t aiePttuion to of his operatives, William V. "The Old and The New Diplomacy" large advantage over the other.
SJudiciary leasuresrepertory for the new season, includ- Long and F. J. O'Reilly. That by Long is the subject of the lecture to be given It is for this reason that all soph-
k6 Ohio the recent Supreme court inw ys "y ~"and told of following an automobile bear- by SurRennel Rodd omores and freshmen are urged to
decision curtsbhaang ecoi the rf"n- fox trot by Mr. Pattison. Announce- ing the license number T-1738 to the Ambasador to Italy, this afternoon at attend their respective meetings and
" snment of the program will be made in Potomac flying field across the Po- 4:30 o'clock in Natural Science audi- to turn out for the games.
ermldum on the new state laws which the__Theater,____
would give mayors andjustices of the Theater ooks, and Music column.i tomac river from Washington, where , torium. ER RR
'uhde ie aoriyoaodleutic$s50_-the occupants talked with Norman J. t Sir Rennell Rodd is one of the most REPEAT ER IN
month fees frocriminal"ases. The 'UNIVERSITY WINS Glasscock, juror number 10. This was distinguished men in the Britishnd in<CHEERING , SECTION
m~o sfrcinal cae.TeIW N on Oct. 22, some days before the lomatic service and "is a well-known I
proposal has the support of the Anti- IN COURT ACTION government had a mistrial declared. author. He is one of the most prom- REGAR
saloon league and the opposition of O'Reilly's affidavit was that the car inent men to appear in Ann Arbor in

au41tomobile clubs
bs. Trial of -the University's suit I bearing the license T-1738 was owned the past few years, according to Uni- Due to the same error which oc-
DETROIT, Nov. 7.-A final appeal against five persons to condemn two I by Harris R. Lamb, a special assis- versity officials, who are responsible ICurred in the selection of cheering
by Mayor John W. Smith in a radio lots on South, Ingalls street, for tant-attorney general, who, the re- I for his coming. hai een nn thethe section tickets for the last game, all
address to Detroit voters tonight which the owners asked $39,500 and ports of the operator showed, was Sleaince te British d lomatichse- of those students who signed for
marked the close of a mayoralty cam- the University offered $30,000, was shadowed for days and .nights, or at eers inh B ti seats in the cheering section and re-
paign unprecedented in the political cencluded yesterday afternoon when least the car bearing that license vice. He has been connected with the seats t ceing section and
.1ricei aiBrin tes niceived seats outside of sections 21,
history of the city. John C. Lodge, the jury returned a verdict that the number was. Rone In 1893 he was placed in 22, or 23 for the Navy game next
Mayor Smith's opponent in the election University should be allowed to pur-I Lamb Summone d charge of the Bitish agency at Zan- Saturday are asked to consult with
Tuesday, maintains the silence which chase the lots for $15,500 each. Lamb was promptly summoned and zibar and was Secretary of the Lega- the coanmittee, which will be in the
has marked him as the sole candidate The verdict was given yesterday I sent before the grand jury. When heItin in Cairo from 1894 to 1901. Fol- main lobby of the Union this after-
for mayor in this city who has re- afternoon after the jury had viewed came out he declared that the alle- Ion in Caironoon from 2 to 5 o'clock.
fIlowing his work in Cairo, Rodd was ronfo o5ocok
franed from making speeches in the I the lots for which the five owners 1 gations respecting him made by the sent to Rome as Councillor of the Em- A few of the tickets which have
belief that "the office should seek the asked $18,500 apiece. The property Burns' men were "lies;" that he had'sy t4 been mailed out have been found to
an. was desired by the University for the jnever been at the Potomac Flying bassyt m until m1904, a when he was ap- be aldothv enfudt
man. wasdesred y th Unversty fr te neer en t th Potmac flyn pointed Minister to Sweden. In 190, be 'not in the cheering section and
Charges Issued l Women's League building. Field In his life; that on Oct. 22, the he was appointed Ambassador to Italy, this is the reason for the call by the
Charges and denials from both po- The case was tried before Judge day it is claimed his car was there; which position he held until the closei committee. All of those students who
litical camps, although not issued with George W. Sample in circuit court the car was in a shop for repairs, and of the World War. Since that time, signed to sit in the cheering section
the stamp of Mayor Smith or Mr.-I here. Cavanaugh and Burke were at- he did not obtain it until late in the Rodd has served as a British delegate and procured their uniforms should
Lodge, that last minute attempts have torneys for the University. day when he drove to the Washing- to the League of Nations both in 1921 make sure that their seats are in the
been made to inject religious issuesfton Golf and Country club in nearby and 1923. sections allotted to the section on the
into the campaign, featured the final I TRYOUTS NEEDED Virginia to play golf. in addition to his diplomatic work, fifty yard line.C
houi. Neil Burkinshaw, assistant district Sir iennell Rodd is well known s a,
A check of alleged fraudulent regis- FOR OPERA MUSIC attorney directing the grand jury in- writer. Some of his better klkow STUDENT TICKETS
tration by Richard W . Reading, city quiry, said the Lamb affair was a prose works are: "Social and Diplo-
clerk, was being continued despite Announcement has- been made by piece with many other things found matic Memoirs," "Customs and Lore of PLACED I N MAILS
charges that voters were being dis Carl Fauster '29, chairman of the mu- in the report of the operatives; Modern Greece," "Sir Walter Raleigh,"
inide they. Toptisfcare M. sic committee for the 1927 Union Op-' charges which, when run down, prov- and "The Princess of Achaia and the All student tickets for the Navy-
intiidatreplied, I am not interested era, "The Same To You," that addi- I ed to be without any foundation in Chronicals of Morea." He has also Michigan game have been placed in
rd r , "_..,, f I tnul1 trnt for the nit orchestra fact. 1 written many poems some of which the mails and should be delivered

ADDRESS CONVOCATIONs
Dr. Charley W. Gilkey Of Chicago To
Inaugurate Fall Series In
Hill Auditoriuni
SECOND VISIT TO CAMPUS
Dr. Charles W. Gilkey, of the Hyder
Park Baptist church, Chicago, will de-
liver the address at the opening ser-
vice of the fall convocation next Sun-,
day morning in Hill auditorium. The
convocations are in the hands of a
special committee appointed by Presi-;
dent Clarence Cook. Little, aided by
Frank E. Robbins, assistant to the
president, and James Inglis. member
of the board of trustees of the Mich-
igan School of Religion.
Dr. Gilkey is one of the foremost
ministers of the country. He has
served for many years as university
chaplain at some of the foremost edu-
cational institutions in the country.
Among the schools at which Dr. Gil-!
key has served in this capacity are
Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Chicago,
Stanford and Purdue. His topic for
the address next Sunday has not yet,
been announced.
This is Dr. Gilkey's second appear-1
ance on the campus for convocations.
His appearance two years ago at-
tracted a large crowd and his speech
caused much comment on the campus.I
He is much interested in the youth
movements and thoughts of today, and
he was one of the featured speakers
at the student conference held in Mil-
waukee last yeaf. The committee on3
convocations voted him the best speak-
er who has spoken on the camfpus at
convocations.
There are to be four speakers on
fh fell iA of atnveninqs The .

feed and clothe the sufferers bore
increasing fruit today as those on the
outside seeking to help the victims
fought and won. over many obstacles.
Trucks supplemented the faster
aeroplanes of slight carrying capaci-
ty which have played a lone hand in
the first succor, flying with medicine
and food to dozens of towns struck
by the flood.
There are no roads in many places
for the trucks to use, but they have
pushed on anyway and relieved sev-
eral acute situations where food was
at a minimum.
Bolton, one of Vermont's chief suf-
ferers, however, remained cut off and
faced a problem of going hungry un-
less a way is found to furnish re-
lief.
Maj.-General Preston Brown, com-
manding the First Corps area, who
completed a survey from the air
of the situation in northern Vermont
said tonight that the problem has be-
come one of administration.
Praises People
He called the flood disaster the
most serious that has ever come to
the affected section and he'paid high
tribute to the spirit of the people.
With an absence of anything ap-
1 proaching disorder he found the peo-
ple attacking the task of reconstrue-
tion.
A pressing need, said General
Brown, is to restore roads and rail-
way tracks that communication may
be reestablished and supplies trans-
i ported to those in need. He praised
the early and effective coordination
l of relief agencies, and threw the fore-
es of the Army into the effort of the
Red Cross and state and municipal
authorities.
Troops are assisting civil authori-
ties in the emergency, and the Army
is furnishing blankets, bedding and
j food. The efforts all relief agencies
were centered today in the Winooski
valley where the need was greatest.
Many persons found themselves in
the lower reaches of the Connecticut
river, but their troubles were slight
compared with those of their neigh-
bors in, the north.
Newport, Vermont, isolated since
Thursday, reported today that troops
hathnnllalf dv tid th. t nwn

the iaii ser ies oI c nvocu i n . iUad been ca led to u a y anULL eU L o
others will speak on three consecu- was badly in need of yeast for bread-
tive Sundays following the address by making.
Dr. Gilkey. Fire Breaks Out
To add to the difficulties of two
ANTI-BRITISH WAR flooded towns today fire added its
E TEXT BOOKS burden. At Ludlow, in central Ver-
OVER TEXT B K mont, and Cambridge, in the north-
CONTINUES DAILY west, widely separated places, flam-
es for a while presented an added
(By Associated Press) I menace. At Ludlow the bakery, an
CHICAGO, Nov. 7-Mayor William institution it could ill afford to lose,
Hale Thompson, J. Lewis Coath, and was burned.
I some of the other, leaders inthe fight Richfordl, too, found its bakery
on William McAndrew, suspended su- flooded when a checkup was made.
perintendent of schools, out of which BOLTON, Vermont, Nov. 7-In this
grew the mayor's warfare on pro- I. 3ITNVemnov7-nti
British and anti-American propagan- little town where six bodies have been
tda, were in Washington today fight- recovered from the flood-maddened
ing for flood control, but the battle Winooski river, and 28 arebelievedto
they left behind ;rolled merrily along. have died, coffins have become a sym-
Even as Coath was "yesing" the bol of life rather than death.
mayor in Washington with an assent i Bolton is completely- cut off from
of "Whatever the mayor says he is the world for vehicular traffic and
going to do is certainly going to be! even to get in by foot is a difficult
'done," the Chicago Daily Journal task.
made a revelation which it calculatea An Associated Press reporter who
if circulated in its, news columns made the 40-mile journey from Bur-
would s)lit the two, and might even lington to Montpelier, was told by
go so far as to cause Coath's dismis- inhabitants how coffins had played
sal as head of the Chicago school a part in the saving of lives. When the
board. i flood came, carrying away houses
The newspaper found in the October C right and left, one them a highway
issue of the Chicago Schools Journal a worker's shanty with 22 men in it,
leading articld entitled "Education and there was not one boat in the vil-
World Citizenship" from the pen of, lage, with which to effect any rescue,
'Normall Angell, whom it identified as I but there happened to be four rough
British born. The Schools Journal boxes at the undertaker's and they
was described as the official pub- were lashed together to make a raft.
lication of Coath and other school
board members before whom Mr. Mc- STRUCK BY TRAIN
Andrew is called for trial once a week
some weeks. D E A TH FOLL0W
"A storm raged in 'America First'
camp today when contents of the pub- Injured while attempting to board a
lication became known," said the Jour- moving Pere Marquette train for Chi-
nal. "Mayor Thonipson's retainers on cago in St. Joseph Friday night,

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