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VOL. XXXVIII, No. 110.



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311celiigain :Naators Win IF irst Pla es
lit All lEvents; 'I'lionipson Sets
Breaststrokie Record
Record, breaiking performances fea-
turedl Michigan's 54-15 victory over
the Iowa swimming team yesterday
afternoon in1 the Union pool, the Wol-
vernues taking every first place. One
national intercollegiate record was
equalled, one pool record was brok-
en, and several world's relay marks
were shattered. The defeat was the
first ctf the season for the Iowa na-I
Cap;. Bob Darnall of the Wolver-
ines tiedl the national intercollegiate
100 yard mark when..lle covered. the
century in :513.4 seconds. The record
is held by Bronson of Yale. Vanl
Hi-m and Wright of Iowa were se-
cond and third, Darnall being the
only :Michigan entry.
The uo~st sensational race of the
meet was provided in the 200 yard
breast stroke when T'hompson, soph-
o=,r. re, star, and Wagner of Michigan,
ho~t1,i tn,,nht-A lnt -nmP Trt , itrrnirn

II L U I LII1 U I L 16 INI For the main purpose of securing
funds toward a donation to the. Bur-
ton Memorial campanile fund at the
en f the current school year, the
13- senior literary class will begin a
senior class duces. These have been
WARRN (OES UT F WE(41T st at $5.
WARRN GOS OU OF '1;U1E iepres$entatives of the senior class
( O KCLASS 10! E W iN II treasurer will be stationed in Angell
HOOI{ERhall on Tuesday and Wednesday from
! + y9 to 4 o'clock and on Wednesday and
HEWvETT GAINS ONLY FALLI Thursday from 1 to 4 o'clock. Unless
-- i the dues are paid seniors cannot se-
r 1114ijis, W.,onvi, Saner, lowmlioe, And cure canes, programs, invitations, or
Prescott Win Matches By tickets to the annual Senior ball.
lime Adi-anitaiges According to an informal announcer
ment made yesterday by Lorne. Poole,
Making a clean sweep of all seven '28, chairman of the class memorial
matches against Purdue, the Wolverine committee, the class memorial will
wrestlers took the undisputel leader- 1 be a donation to the Burton Memorial
ship of the eastern (division of the fund such as has been reported to be
Conference by handing the Boiler-1 the plan of the literary class of 1927.
makers their first Big Ten defeat,{ No official announcement to this ef-
23-0, yesterday afternoon at YostI fect has been made, however.
field house before a crowd of 1,000. At the present time the Burton fund
Hewitt scored, the -lone fall of the' exceedls $3,000 and informal progress
meet for Michigan. has been made toward going forward
This victory, Michiigan's sixth ofj with thle campanile project. A comn-
the year, coupled with defeats by ;niittee of the Student council is now
Ohio State and Northwestern, puts ;engaged in studying the problem and
her far ahead of her nearest com-I findinig out the best method of seeing;
petitor in the eastern division of the the project completed.
Conference. The Wolverine grap- TheO campaign to) secuire 1the senior
lers will journiey to Indiana Saturday dlues will be under the direction of
and if victorious, will meet Illinois ,JDales Knapp, treasurer.

LITTL FAVOLindbergh Witnesses
i[ITTLEF9 R0SHFirst Demonstration
U N I OOf New Type Motor
M IPA91'' l m(By Ascae rs.
DETROIT, Feb. 25-A corporation
Nhas been formed here to develop a
"Three-en-wrgy" Imotor invented by
iH "' 9'"19T10 Lester J. Hendershott, Pittsburgh
R U'aR SAZA I0 electrical. engineer, and incorporation;
papers are to be filed by Henry
ll rfljJTHE STUDENT BOD)Y TO Beknigattorney, i ok
IIES1,0NM IN PROPOSED) Maj. Thomas G. Lamphiier, Selfridge
AMENWU1ENT field flight commander, saidl here to-
BURSLEY APPROVES PLAN Maio,, Lamphier ,who left here by l
air this afternoon for Mitchell field,
Long Island, saidl before his departure
'1' Vote Tuesday Nighlt n 'Ballroom tihat h~e is interested in the corpora-
M~Unon Qieoruni jftop, but he declined to name other
j persons interested. Earlier in the dlay,
Presden Claenc Coo Litle i Lamphier said Colonel Lindbergh was
Presden Claenc Gok Litleis-not connected with the enterprise, but
~sued a statement yesterday regarding Breckenridge is Lindbergh's attorney.
the proposed amendment to the con- An experimental model of the new
stitution of the Union and Joseph A. motor, said to be electro- magnetical-
Bursiey, (lean of studlents, expressed ly operated without fuel, andl drawing
approval, of the plan in an inter- its power formn the air or ground,
view, is at Selfridge field where a successful
The statement issued by President test was reported to have been made
} Little yesterday is as follows: "I yesterday. It was brought here by
hope that there may be a large vote the inventor and D. Barr Peat, former,
oil the pr'0ooed am('ndmnen-t to the; United States army avia tor', who is as-j
constitution' of the U~nion. This is a1 sociated with him.
chan~ce for all of the men in the *Whether' the motor will prove prac-
13niversity to show their interest inl. tical and will completely revolutionize
the Union and what the Uion does 1the automotive world will depend
for Universily students. The ail~3fll- upon future tests, aeronautical ex-
ment appecars to be a wise move to- 1 ports who have viewed tests of tile
ward simplification and, as such, it y model said today.
will appeal to mainy. In any case, itl Major Lamphier, who with Colonel
wilrespond in great numbers to onstration yesterday, saidl the motor
this op~portunity to take a direct part had great possibilities, but that "it
in the government o!' the Union." might not amtount to anything. It is
Quorum Is Imperative too early to tell anything about it," lie
The meeting of members of the said.
*Union .for the voting on the amend- Colonel Lindbergh, although dis-
ment will be held at 7:30, Tuesday1 playing keen interest in the demon-
ijight, in the ballroon~i of the build- stration, was noncommittal.
in k. At this time it is necessary for
G(O0 members to he presecnt in order ~ V1 1
to havo a quorum. A two-thirds af-K A S PH I
passing of the amendment. Every of-m !frisbigmdlythofcasin1r[ uiw


By Herb ert Tedder
Il o)liflg \orthw\estern's intermittently Wild-Cats to seven baskets
andl playing~ her b)est game of' the year, 'Mfichigan romped through to
a 47-25 vistory last night in tlhe field house to put a severe damper on
ifnot to crush tittrely the Purple's chamlpionship asp~irations. Six
thousand prsnwNatche(I the W\olverines Secure this .ampllle V'etr ibution
for the defeat they suf f erd at .fatten gymnasium at the opening of the
Outstanding in last night's triumph were Bennie 0o: terhaan, the
piarago'n of Mlichigan athletics, and E4rnie Mc~Coy. Oosterbaan was the
- - - . - - - -- iain cog in the Wolverine attack, ac-




the leader of the western division, for
the Conference title.
In completing crushing the Lafay-
ette wrestlers tihe Wolverines again
showed to be a well balanced team.
The best the two much vaunted P'ur-


ULI~i ULUIUN OU U L ,nawey cue hetavie~s could cdo was to k~eep j5 U I LU LI IfL I 01U I f ull
cap jiin. This, event. Thompson set from being pinined in the 175-pound+
captain. In winning, this event and heavyweight bouts, while the only JonR akn,'7,hsbeIp
Thmsnset ane pool ''erc of Mchga grappler pushed at all was Jh I akn,'7,hsbe p
2:44 seconds. The former' record was Thomas, who was forced into an over-cnjuiildsrtofMhgat
made by Carter two years ago when time bout by Seagrave. e nouci byisres o itcoige t
he won the Conference breast stroke Thomias Works For D~ecision was annucdb rs tCoig
titl intheUnin. oolThetwo125recently. Watkins is 36 years 01(1,
titl inthe nio poo. Te tw 12 Pouder wretle having obtained his bachelor of arts
Rtelay Sets World Murk1 very evenly for the first 10 minutes, dlegree from the University in 1915 and
With Darnall swimming the first, and, although Thomas had a 15 see- ihi ere rmte a coo-w
100 yards as part of the regular meet, ond advantage, hie seemed unable to years later. His namie has b)een be-j
the Wolverine relay team establish- hold his opponent. Thomas won thefoeAtry-nrl oh G.a-
ed new world's and national inter- toss and choose to .go beneath in the gent for more than two months as a,
collegiate records in the 400 and 500 first extra three minute period, lbnt, candidate for the appointment.
yardl relays. Darnall, Walker, Wa- broke loose after 10 seconds.* In the Following his graduation lie enlist-
laitis, and Ault set a new mark of ! second bout Thomas was the aggres- e(d in the navy, serving with the At-
3:39.9 seconds for. 400 yards, sur- sor all the way, and piled up a lead )antic fleet dui'ing the World war,
passing the world's record of 3:43 ot 2 minutes 57 seconds to winl the f after which he returned to Detroit and
3-5 seconds held by the Illinois A. i decision, took up the practice of law. He was
C7. and the intercollegiate mark of In the 115 -pound bout, H-ewitt again l s"sistant (district attorney for nearly
:40 2-5 seconds held by. Yale. I showed himself a promising conten-l a year under Earl Davis andl was as-
Seager swam the fifth 100 ,yards, der for the Conference tittle by pin- sistant corporation counsel to Clar-
making the time for 500 yards, 4:36.1 pling Winslow of Purdue with a cradle once Wilcox for a similar peiod fol-
seconds. This broke the world's re- 1 hold after 1 minute and 40 seconds of lIowing his federal position. He then
c'ord of 4:41. 4-5 seconds, also held biy fast wrestling;. Captain Watson, 1927 entered practice as a member of the
the I. A. C. and Yale's collegiate Conference 13i5-pound champion, won fim of Trowbridge, Lewis, and Was-
mark of 4:36 3-5 seconds,; over Sheffler of the Boilermakers kis with offices in the Ford building. 1
Spindle Sets Collegiate mark i with a 4, minute 17 seconds time ad- He was identified with this firm atj
Dick Spindle of Michigan won the vantage, the time of his appointment.
150 yard hack stroke in 1:46.9 se- iIn the 145 pound tilt Rtobinson of! The appointment of the Michigan
conds, and then went on to establish 1 ur1due showed great ability in getting graduate comes as the result of a long
a. new intercollegiate recordl of 2:41; out of holds to keep from being pinned jdi-spute between Governor Fred Green,
4-5 seconds for 220 yards. The form- by Sanier, 1,927 Big Ten champion, al- h ead of the state Republican organiza-
or 2mark was held by 1-ouse of Yale.I though the latter won by over four ;ltion, and Sen. James Couzens, Repub-
king and Pattie of Iowa captured minutes. Donahoe, Michigan's third ;lican, of Detroit. The (disagreement
the remaining two p~lacs, the latter 1927 Confterence title holder, missed 'has (deadlocked the choice of a succes-
taking third when Chaffee was dis- gaining a Wal over Stickle by only a 'sor to Delos Smith, who resigned in
qua]lified. 11 fw s ~c~)nzds Iin the 158 pound bout, as j January, 1927, for more than 14
The 'Wolverine relay teami, tires] tihe oilermnaker was all but pinned 'months, and last fall the three judges
from their recordl breaking efforts.', when time was calledl. of the district, Arthur Tuttle, Charles
won a close' race from the Hawkeye,- Warreni l~iris On Tlime Simons, and Edward Mtoinet, invokedj
quartet. Walaitis and 'Walker finish-1 Warren, who has been wrestling in a long disregarded privilege and ap-
ed1 one-two in the 50 yar'd sprintI the 158 i.)ound c lass, wvent out of his1 pointed a man to the post for" the in-j
withPetrsonof owa.thi~d:weight to meet li ouker, the Lafayette i terim. They appoin ted n. L. Smith.
Ault of Michigan scoreO *ian easy hitherto undefeated 175 pounder, and former state attorney general, who
victry n te 40 yad sim in-won 1 y a time advantage of 3 min- I ha's been engaged in the work since
lli"r b meo finnn lnp, ,-h Nis;l..tfos 19 secoh(15. Ithat time.

charge of the meo I img to get as many
menmrs as possible to attend. Let-
ters have been sent to the pi'esidenits
a~all fraternities' as well as to all
freshmen and to various members
who are on the faculty.
Dean Elurslcy, who has been a
member of the present board of Oki-
rectors and hoard of governors pirac-
tically since their inception, and win
will lie a member of the new board
of (director's to b~e formed ii the
! amendment is passedlas long as he
remains (lean of muon said, "At the
time the Union was organized, it was
felt that two separate and distinct
administrative boards would provide
a more efficient admi nistration. How-


s Thepraicltyrep be offAm terican e dcainBenniie Oosterbaaii
11euaini epnil o h Whose 21 points against the Wild-
s niarkable growth of leadership in c ats last night pint him back in the
America," declairedl Dean E. 1J. Kraus i'race for individual scoring honors.
r in an add~ress to the M~ichigan chapter-
- of Phi Kappa Ph1i, National 1-10101 '-nri
-ary society, at the annual initiation '",,I N W L DS U S
dMichigan Union.
e Briefly sketching tihe histor~y of
! went on to say that "previous toi the___
s latter Dart of tile I 9th century it w:.SE William Green, nresiden.t of the
t necessary for American studenits totI American Ifederation of labor, whlo
e 'o abroad for advanced work ill any has just recently returnled from the
-branch of study." In 1925 American ; anl-Aii- emican Congress in H-avana,
-st udents made up twenty peir cent ill deliver a public lecture at 8
of tile total enrollent of Europeanl Io'clock Wednesday, Feb. 29 ill Hill
universities. And in all Europe, tihe jadtru.Hstpcwl e"a
Iuniversities of Germany were the hoa's Position in Modern Industrial
f m s ut bl o t e p aci a e d Life." He is biing brought hlere by
of Aerica. stile Ann Arbor round table club,
ISome evideinces or, Germnan influ- ! whichl organization is sponsoring his
e nce are: the elective systeme, the di- lecture.
vision of the University ilit 0 sepa- 1 T During the east few monthis Green

counting for 21 points, while :McCoy's
guarding and floor work bordered on
thle sensational.
Team ;fPlay Brings Results
But after all it was team play which
was responsible for Michilgan's show-
ing, every Wolverine doing well. The
pa'ssing was the best of the year and
was chlaracterized bly true unselfish-
ness, few lon~g shots being tried. A
tendency 'to run with the ball was the
only blot on tile Wolverines aside
from tile unusually large number of
fouli called. The officiating was very
meticulous; however, as Northwestern
also suffered via foils.
At no stage of th~e game were the
Wildcats really threatening; never did
they draw within less than threwe
points of tile pacemaking Wolverines.
Bonnie Oosterbaan started himself
back in to the race for toip scoring
honors by accounting for the first six
points of the game. His first basket
was an orthodox shot, hi's second came
on a one-handed toss, while the third
was a tip-in counter. Walter made a
free throw good and Fisher sank a
basket before Michigan 'resumed with
Rose who flipped in a gratis marker
and a field goal.
The next basket brought Orwig into
tile scoring column. Marshall and
Fisher were good for four points with
Oosterbaan squeezing a biasket in be-
tween thir ie ff orts~. Rose's point
brought the Wolverine total to 13
where it rested temporarily while Mar'-
shll and Jonsos added three to the
Purple score.
Baskets by McCoy and Walter left
things the sanme but Oosterbaan and
Rose raised the Wolverine scor'e to
18 and a free throwv by Fisher brought
the score to 18-13 as the Iisalf ended.
Purple Makes Desperate Try
Northwestern made a desperate ef-
fort to stay even with the Wolverines
after the rest period but after three or
four minutes the Michigan five broke
away into an ever increasing lead,
each succeeding effort of the Purple
meeting with less success than the
pr'evious one.
With the score 21216 Capt. Waldo
Fisher made a free throw and then
started a long "drowth" so far as Pur-
ple ;scoring was concerned. Fifteen
~traigllt points were reeled off. by
(' -osterbaan, Orwlg, Chapman, And Har-
rigan, interspersed only by a free
throw biy Haas.
Haas, substitute for Marshall who
left the game on fouls, was the free
throw star of the game, making four
of the eighlt counted by Northwestern
in the second1 half. With the count at
137-1S he made two more but Chapman;
came in for a Michigan basket before
'Haas made two more.

A. coimplet e text cif the prlo E
posed ameindmenlt to the conl-
stitutionl of the Union will be
printedl Tuesday nprning in
TPhe Daily.

iae olegs tlestesig f raIu as been j tan art.
evterc"lelie, heostre sing of"theu-separationar !ae w ork, a nd l tile intim ate relation- Senate eiiiz into t
ovr, the twocbodies, "hselongasine ship between researchl and study., nPennsylvania,th tw bois asln sncIin:nsyvi,
"The r'eeent development 01: Amleri- tive in Wasllingtoi
out grown its original purpose, andrIcahihnedatohsbeniml
it is now vitally necessary for' the cnllhl ~~iIinhsbe lnl all the coal con
best interests of tile Unlion that the taloswt tegot f lnrr mms.
t~o oard li com~ine1 ito oe, ociet~es,'' assertedI Professor Kraus, Udrtelt
two'o d s e c mied 1y tl am e i nlto. ne s "<for there is a strikiing tendency of U d r t e htpo i e y t e a n m n .Gomniels, tile Am ,
"I lll frmy Cl~imlec tl~l tiiSstudents to ban(1 together in r'e- lbi 111t
i , he reaest teptha has'e er archl work and to eventually formpoiy Greh
is he icaestsIen lla ha evl'thle nucleus of some 'society." Today, plc.Gen 1
b)een attempted toward implroving tile prctiairsevry praesidifstuytasto
Unionl administrationlland~ thait it will I latter having he
some hlonorary society whicih are all !
ind~ir'ect ly prlove to be oif enormous Anmerican inl origin,. Dean Kraus con- almost 40 years,I
beneHfit to tile stud~ent n<;a'clnies,"' le cluded with a challenge to thle newly ed thle aspectz
(onludd ,'1110lced .i1nw~n inrs of l'Phi Kan phi ;This has5 1)e1n (

-ent fighterin lltile
tile milling situationl
and has been ac-
)n in connection withl
rferences and prob-
:e residen.t Samuel
lerican federatioll of
conlservatisin as its
owever,, whlo was thle
follo0w Gon,pers, the
old tile icsition for
hlas definitely chang-
of tile oirganmizationl.
demonstrated by thle

nin1LJ tIy more man au CLlt11,cL. rlIs
teamlmate, Watson,, finished second, In1 the heavryiweit ht (class Pr'escott
after a close race withl Tunhiet t, ,g";ined his second winl for Mlichigan bly
Hlawk eye entry, wiho was thlird. ;(leleatiig (Captain Johnson of Pun-
Walaitis added anlothler victory to; due wvithl a minute 15 seconds advamit-
his string in thle fancy diving. Rosenl- age, which r'epresenitedl all tile tinle the
berg, another Wolverine placed so- two) were on the Inat.

The Weather
( Iy .Ass ciatedC PI ress)
Partly ('loiloy to C'loudtIodaiy 1and(
'Illerrow; rising temnperaturie Itonightl.



0011(, while Slaymaker of Iowa tooikI
third. The Alichiga 11imedley relay trio


Boa 'd-' To Be Co iiihicd
Tho l aieiidiiieit. as heas been indi--

of Batten, Ilalstlead, and iReir won FIX 1~~L~~ 5~ YAA ~,ELi .e1 novsa eralzto
fromltile Hawkeye team', by ;several atdivle arognztono
yards. Action ii('t res, light comedy, dranma, istag~e and wondler wirenrs l IYI~t a rlninstrative funictions- of I lie
4ui Iies organ speci' ities, romance, musical chajnges are made in thleir act~s si as ) gamlirc lion. One lboard of directors,
100-Yard firee style: First--Darnal numnbers, nlovelty acts, comedy stunits, to please tile studenlts, accoj'ding tocon(iisiting of 17 umembhers, 8 of whloml
(M chiganl) ; second -_ Van H-orn and other varieties of entertailimelt IHoag. "This may sound( strange," i are stidents. will replace tile pre'-
(Iow=a) ; thiird-Wright (Iowa). Tlimle; arc all inecessar~y to please college he continuled 'hult we use tile pop- cazt or'anzizat ionz of a hoard of goy-
-53.4 seconds~l.+ audien"ces at the ne0w Michigan thea- ulir tren~d in mrecord purchlasiing onl ernhors, withl (only one studenlt amlomng
200-y and breast stroke: First--j ter, accfording to Gerald 11. Hoag,( the campus as a (definlite criterion; its seven memblers, anld a board of
T~homnpsonl (Michigan); secolld-W~ag- mnanage r. of what the students want andl try to dn'ector.-, whichl 11s seven students
nier (Michigan) ; third---Carter (Iowa). "We an niever' take performances remodel acts to complily withl what we ailong its 17 nimarer.
Time---2 :44 seconids. tin- other cities as -: criter'ion for pos- believe tile popular dentand to be. j TIhe- hoard of governors under I ho
200-yard relay: First-Michiganl sible success or' failure ler'e," h~e do- '"It has se1ldom1 failed thus1 far," le present plant has control over thle
(Walker, Seage;r, Lcif, Darnall). Time dared, "for our box office receipts said, "that in 0o of tile two shows oLf fnancoes and~( appoinltment of tile
-1: 41.7 seconds. !from shlows airo very fr'equently way each evening's performanlce, womenC~ gelleral manager whlo is directly ne-
50-yamrd fr-ee style: First-Walaitis out oif proportion f roml those of nline performers, no0 matter ho0w good thley; sponsible to this board. Tile bound
(Michigan) ; second-Walker' (Michi- out of teil theaterin hIie counltry. may he, sinply cannot draw apiplause of *directors at Cie priesen~t time hlas
gan) ; thlird--Petersenl (Iowa), Time-; An example of this is thle way ne0w from the audienlces lege. Criticismni charge of all activities of tile Union,
:25 seconds. stars whlo -Awe usually hlaving a coil- of all sorts is always fortihcoming. It iwiiel are nlot undoer tile board of
440-yard swim: First-Ault (Michl- pai'atively difficult tulle of it illnmost is also'pciil't lt hu etil oenr sjrvosysae. i
igumli) ; second' .--Watsonl (Michliganl) ; other cities are often tremieindous sue-' performanlces during tile week are al- ;frequently involves the actionl of the
thlird---Turbett (Iowa). Time 5:17 3-5 cesses here right from tihe start, and ways marked by disturbances oif one board of governors, however, to car-
r,,,,Iby the time other movie adnces~OO are sort orl another. For exanmple, our'' ry out an~y of tile action which theO

to assist in raising the standards of aggressiveness lie has shown. illtile Oseranf....
educationl in Amlerica." mllining~ interests. -Owgf......
,F OF Chapman c. ........ 2
IN ERECTING LAM ON T TELSCOPE bRose g............. 2
Barley g............ 0
' "iXith (''; niicat ing branches in C'umrtiss. 'Congratulation's on the good Harnigan g (c) . .. 1
rGreenlaild andl South Africa,"---thlis I work thins far." Gawne f. ........... 0
!umighlt well ba added to tihe descripitionll The Lamonit astronomical expedi- Raben f............ 1
of the University in. the annlual all-j tion to SouthI America grew out of thej
noiucemnt. For through tile radio friendshlip of tile late Prof. William I 19
ando wir'eless, thlese two branchles of Ilussey and Robert Lamiont, now pr1esi- i N011,1111ESTEIN (25)
tile University aire kept withlin lmlostI dent of the American steel foumldaries. B
-ILate last night Pr'of. Ralphl H. Cur- academy for his wor'k ini double stars Walter c........... 1
I tiss, director of the University o-- at tile Lick observatoiry. Mrhl .....
sIservatony, sat in tile R.O.T.C. radio In 1908 Lamont authorized Profes- Jonsos g......1
n oams in the -engineering building and sor Hussey to proceed in the construe- Ha .......
literally "talked" with Dr. Richard A. 1 tion of a telescope for tile study ofMudg.....0
ti RoFssiter, director of the expedition double stars in the southern hemis- mushY f.......0
cwhich is erectinlg the Lamont tele- phone. Pecause oif tihe-war the Univer-Whlnf0
- cope ill Bloefillfontein, Orange Free siywas not able to secure a sial ioa.f.....
Stte StIp ouith Africa. C telescope until 1924. Meanwhile Pro- _





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