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Vol. XXXIX, No. 118. ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1929

EIGHT PAGES

STUDENT

COUNCIL

RESOLVES

TO

REINSTATE

nfGirls' Adviser Bans!D Ruthven Turns To Collection jlU Motor Bus Lines
SJunior Play Poster DOf History, LiteratureA s Hobby L Plan Extra Service
Charging Immodesty'F rVaain;rp
__ Ps~L I' 'h~ B L T For Vacation Trips
l 10 For the past twenty-five years terested in fist editions and assoIN ith
Seea.touadwmn t-Wt spring vacation only three
ILL OPE ANNUAL Severa tho~isi~d womn stu-Dr Alexander G Ruthven, who, !ci~tin copiestiuh T R C S ek of ln r led en
dentsmay be epelle om te as fr The museum dt as, g made for added transportation
in their dress, it was feared in the University museums, professor some 65,000 volumes on natural 11facilit for home-going students,
official circles.last night following of zoology, and dean of adminis- history which, he is confident, rep- I Iaccording to an announcement yes-
CAthYM ETNGnnnerst etaus o timoest eas o i kasietrofSm-fth utI I 1 Iex:da n iin oe-to ntents,
vrtising pnosem which as tohdtration, is one of the busiest men resents the whole history of the service, Go und
vertising poster which was to have sujc+s ela i sr(rsne extra train service, the Greyhound
PROFESSOR WILL SPEAK ON been used in connection with th on the faculty, has found the t in written records. Some of the Lines planning to send a fleet
ABORIGINAL LANGUAGES current Junior girls' play, "Forward to consistently indulge in a hobby books he possesses are bound in TO OPEN HERE WITH SAME CAST of parlor coaches to Ann Arbor for
OF AMERICA March," has been suppressed by collecting old literature on the vellum, some are annotated by the T M E Especial express service to points out
order of the advisor's office, subject of natural history. "It is authors, others contain letters TOUR OF MIDDLE WEST of the state. p
BANQUET SET FOR FRIDAY A woman's figure portrayed in a most interesting- hobby," Dr. 'on biological subjects written by Although definite plans will not
_____ the life-sized poster revealed near- Ruthven admits, "because of its the authors. COLOR ORGAN IS FEATUREf be announced until next week
fly 12 inches of bare leg beneath ramifications." "However," Dr. Ruthven states , when a ticket office will be opened
Will Be .Devoted Mainly To her skirt hem, and was considered Dr. Ruthven first started out to "the unfortunate aspect of this i"The Vikings" Includes Katherine at Chubb House, it is expected to
Holding Of Group Meetings T too immodest to represent the get copies which would merely il- hobby is that you reach a stage Kelly, Robert Henderson, Rey- have limited buses at reduced
young women of the class of 1930 lustrate the subject. But like all where the copies you most desire nolds Evans and Others round trip rates to Chicago, New
Prof. Edward Sapir, professor of who are to appear in the play, it book collectors, he finally succumb- are very rare and very expensive. York, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Fort
anthropology and general linguis- was reported. On this basis, fear ed to the lure of first editions. And And your family begins to kick Ibsen's, "The Vikings" will open Wayne, Indianapolis, St. Louis,
tics at the University of Chicago,ihas been expressed that women M finally he has become most in- about sacrificing their food and its run in Hill auditorium tonight Kansas City, Pittsburgh, and Buf-
will deliver the opening address of students will hereafter either have terested in obtaining association clothing for the sake of your with the first performance of a falo
the thirty-fourth annual meeting Ito wear their skirts in trains (one copies. At present he is only in- books." lengthy itinerary which will carry The Michigan Central railroad
of the Michigan Academy of Sci-Jbelow another) or resign from the ,1 the all-star cast through .many of announcement of extra trains will
ence, Arts and Letters at 2:30 University. the cities of the middle West. The also be announced within the next
o'clock today in Natural Science The poster drawing, executed by 1 i two showings in Ann Arbor are week or two, and is expected to be
auditorium. He will speak on the Ruth Cooper, '30, was further ob- sponsored by the Alumnae council. similar to their added facilities at
subject, "The Aboriginal Languag- jected to on the ground that it Thomas Wilfred, noted stage- the last Christmas vacation.

SPHINX
ASKS THAT CASES.
'OF SUSPENDED MEN
COUNCILMEN BELIEVE WELLS
AND CAIN WERE TREATED
UNFAIRLY

RESOLUTION

IS PASSED

Adopt Amendment To Remove
Senate Veto In Matters Of ,
Student Government
Pursuant to their vigorous policy
announced last week of protecting
Michigan traditions against further
impairment, the Student council
last night moved unanimously to
accept two resolutions introduced
by Councilman Kenneth G. Pat-
rick, '29, in favor of preserving the
status quo of campus honor socie-

es of America." iYmade common knowledge of the lighting artist and inventor of the )ties a
Educational moving pictures at fact that a woman has hips, Clavilux, 'will direct the production time fc
4:15 o'clock in the same auditor- shoulders, two arms, ten fingers,Iand create the settings in "living this sp
ium and the annual exhibit of the neck, and leg muscles. Alice C. light" with his color organ. In ad- 'The
Academy at 8:30 o'clock in the Lloyd, adviser of women has or- dProf. Earl V. Moore of the h"Reso
scheduled to complete the general Hurry if you would see the post- Will Discuss "Education In Of English Is In Phrase "There ment the production with his ac- presen
program of the first day's sessions. Cr, for those already pasted up are I ieRstaIQPN ATThBt if" opaimnMo le rezTm-or the
A meeting of the council of the to be torn down today from cam- i isc Rssia' nIsgNo WealthButsifecoriorgan. on the Friezesme-, 0 A ll, I o rthe
Academy is to be held at 1:30 pus bulletin boards, where theyf ndKatherine Kelley Heads Cast d
o'clock in room 4065, Natural Sci- might have shocked the eyes of in-! HAS WRITTEN MANY B00KS LARGE CROWD PRESEN' The cast itself is headed by Kath- Lee Bible Rides To Death In 36 be reg
____ _ _____cilas
ence building. nocent students, and the drawing $fl rine Wick Kelly in the leading Cylinder Racing Car Before ia ast
Annual Banquet Is Tomorrow which comprised the poster has Scott Nearing, prominent eco- That the social psychology of the role of Hjordis which she createdigan t
The annual Academy banquet been removed f om the souvenir I nomist and social leader, will spealS British Johnny Bull, though often in the production last summer. be hea
and the accompanying president's program, where it was also to ap- I in Ann Arbor tonight for the sec- considered an enigmatic mass of Others who will be seen are Robert the. st
address will be held Friday night, pear. ond time in three years delivering nrHenderson Reynolds Evans, Ro-tCAME
beginingat_630_'clok,_Ith contradictory characters, is in re-HedroRylsEvnR-IAEAMN LS KLEDUir
beginning at 6:30 o'clock, i the a lecture at 8 o'clock in Natural man Bohnen, and Mary Elizabeth'
Union. Prof. William H. Worrell of' -Science auditorium, under the ality based upon one fundamental EOCEAN SPEEDWAY, DAYTON "Res
the University semitics departmentEa auspices of the Round Table club. principle, was asserted yesterday !n theatrical circles. BEACH, Fla., March 13.-Lee Bible, counci
is president of the Academy for ALINearing is one of the country's by M. Andre Chevrillon, French "The Vikings" has been given on- 42-year-old Dayton Beach garage restora
the present year. His subject .to- UCErbest known economists, having critic and man of letters, speaking 'y two productions in America, mechanic, rode to a spectacular erary
morrow night will be, "Early .n taught for a number of years at before a crowd which packed Na->once last season at the Goodman death today in the 36-cylinder the re
Christian Magic for Egypt." l1 othe University of Pennsylvania's epIktheater in Chicago and during the racing car with which he was at- that o
Prof. William H. Hobbs of the Wharton School of Commerce, and tural Sciene. auditorium. ummer season in Ann Arbor when tempting to break the world's omme
geology department will deliver an also at Swarthmore. In addition '"The particular function of the played to more than 8000 people speed record of 231 miles an hour. commi
illustrated address at 4:15 o'clock -A!he served for some time as dean Victorian age in England was to in three performances. A feature Speeding at more than three miles cause
Scienc saafternoon m the topic Federal Officials Assert That Loyal of Toledo university, and has been subvert the importance of natural f the production is, of course a minute, the machine got beyond taken
" ehe Ga dit ionu of thep Forces Have Driven. Rebels on the Columbia university faculty. and material things so that they Wilfred, who has obviated the great his control and crashed into the ter, al
"Thesity ofM Expeditions of the From Railway Center Although his lecture topic for to- were considered valuable only in- idifficulty of staging his play by sand dunes, striking and killing ficient
University of Michigan, with Some j nigh is announced as "Education in sofar as they were of service tc the instrument which he plays. also Charles Traub, a newsreel membe
Account of the Rescue of the Am- LS Soviet Russia", it is not expected'man," Chevrillon declared. "Thi: 3ky, sea and umr 1' d cameraman becaus
ercnFirs"kyDET EIDI etd, a adneous cooi andcmr anbeus
erican Fliers." MURRIETA DENIED LOSS that Nearing will confine himself philosophy may briefly be express- iction effects are obtainable in the The accident, one of the most Sphinx
With the exception of ProfessorI~~~~-t-~ solely to that subject. On his last ed in the phrase that there is ne ;ettings and action through the tragic in the history of beach rac- isting
Hobb's address, the entire day to- r Associatd Pes) visit here in the spring of 1927 Pro- wealth but life. workings of the unusual color or- ing here, occured just after Bible rolled
morrow and most of Saturday Federals and rebels both are fessor Nearing addressed a large "But the English made a practi- gan. had crossed the measured mile anothe
morning be devoted to the claiming possession of the impor- audience on "Dollar Diplomacy" Cal application of this spiritua Will Show Elsewhere course at a speed of 202 miles anhdimini
hedem no inclup eg- tant railway center of Saltillo, discussing it mainly in relation to ideal of the positive qualities 01 Following its presentation in Ann hour and was witnessed by a, ditions
The Academy now includes 13 sec- which commands the direct rail- American foreign relations in the life making for wealth and hap- rbor, the company will play De- crowd of approximately 20,000 at this
wicns. wilhbegtinthemeetn gr ofp 'aY nefmMxcCitoM -Caribbean. He also lectured to sev- piness. They measured the valuf roit where two performances will spectators, who lined sand dunes
which will begi the meetings Of terey and the American border, in eral economics classes at that timeof these positive qualities of life )e given in Orchestra hall, Battle for miles. , ester,
its section on Thursday and a few the principal new development of Besides his extensive lecturing in terms of service to man in hisI Creek, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Roaring over the course at such opport
the wrge majority otee Sta the Mexican revolutionary cam- during the last few years, Nearing workday world." 3ay City, Flint, Rockford, Evans- a terrific speed, the car, owned esof
paign-has done a great deal of travelling The reserved character of the ton, Lansing, Madison, St. Paul, by J M White of Philadelphia ers of
groups, it is announced, wi eFrtd An officialrMeicoyty com- all over the world. He has studied typical Britisher is similarly base& and Minneapolis. quickly disappeared 'in a haze tha
aften oon. pe economicfandssocial conditions upon his contempt of intellectual Tickets for the two performances hung over the beach and those i
A total of more than 200 papers Ited d t p f M both on this continent especially in development which serves no prac- an be obtained at the box-office who sat in the grandstand a mile sntyst
will be read by representative sci- y enactive pursu a ietre ~ Mexico and Canada and also abroad tical purpose, Chevrillon asserted in Hill auditorium through today away were unable to see just how veaed
ninrebels beyond Saltillo after in Russia, other European coun- Thus, instead of discussing the ob- and tomorrow. A number of good the accident happened. scalde
cntists and scholars of the s tate havngoocupedhte ctyciithetrishadpteeOrent
ing t dting to thes en o orning dtries and the Orient. jectivity or color tones of a paint- seats remain for both performances E witnesses, who were stand- forth
tions.' I addition to the men whonr Mr.Hiswritings have also been ing he will confine himself to such and all remaining tickets can be Eye
members of the Academy sev- But rebel General Murrieta, in numerous including a large num- comment as: "By jove, rather jol- Tbtined at the box-office. ing on the dunes at the end of the partIi
oral outside professors have been command of Juarez, denied Sal- iber of books and pamphlets. Among ly thing, what?" even though he is .--mile, declared Bible attempted to Ano
invited od discussions and tillio had been evacuated. He said I his newest works are "Where Is well equipped to criticise it fromj INTERSCHOLASTIC GUESTS run too far out on the course near Counc
read papers at various of these whe had been in communication Civilization Going," "Whiter Chi- an artistic standpoint. the surf. They said the driver, advan'
me e s 0:30with his rebel garrisons as late as na," and "Black America." The Englishman likes to patron- evidently believing the car would two s
a.ewasnrun.itoTthe oceaalifted hitfootasuspe
10:30 A. m., when it was stated Nearing will be introduced by ize everything, including even fate. athleticrassociation is enter run into the ocean, lifted his foot ticipn
that there was "nothing new to re- Prof. Howard McCluskey of the the lecturer continued, and their tain - 450 high schoo bos quickly from the accelerator, d- at
nouncednyeserday.hSimiarctoohistos with thea perfecthentalfbasoscholasticrndooretrac
TSport."bSchool of Education, it was an- entire educational system is aimed who are entered in the inter- denly at that speed, the car started
Mysterious and brief conversa- Inounced yesterday. Similar to his to etblish a perfect mental bal- scholastic indoor track meet. doservea hmitedte a sa teei
11i1$tions took place between General previous appearance here, Profes-- ance. The tradition of the Eng- Will the fraternities cooperate to swerve from the course. mittee
Francisco R. Manzo, rebel second sor Nearing will answer questions lish schools never to wince at flog- with the athletic association in Witnesses said Bible probablyiment
in command, and Y. M. Vaquez, following his address and a gen- gings is explained by the English housing these guests and in giv- Itslammed on his brakes and at- The
federal Mexican consul, in a hotel eral discussionwill take place. notion that to give way to emotion'ing them a glimpse of MichiganItempted to swing the machine
lobby at Nogales, Ariz. They later A nominal admission fee of 25 is simply to yield, and the patron- spirit and hospitality? back into control, but in doing so"Res
denied that they had seen each cents will be charged at the door, izing Britisher will never yield to Yost turned the steering wheel too farcomm
other.-it was stated. I any obstacle, Chevrillon asserted. -- _ The machine went out of control,1cases
All French classes scheduled to G e n e.r al Augustino Olachea,--- spun 'around twice on the beach !Byron
meet at 9 o'clock this morning will whose sudden declaration for the GRADUAL DEVELOPMENT OF LIGHTING EFFECTS TO MARK;and turned over. It bounced high suspen
be dismissed in order to permit stu- federal cause was a sensationalEIYT H ENRIK MARK into the air, going into a barrel comm
dents and teachers to attend a ha-sblow to rebel courage, entrenched XTRAORDINARY PRODUCTION OF HENRIK VIKINGS roll and smashed into the dunes in th
ture to be given in French at that his forces of Yaqu and Mayo In- ched with a terrific impact. Traub, who counci
time by M. Andre Chevrillon, in dians behind barbed-wire entangle- was standing on the beach taking councn
room 103, Romance Languages ments at Naco, Sonora. The loyaln pictures of the race, attempted to Ig
building, on "Taine, The Man, His governor, Abelardo Rodriguez, of- gitues of the ra, attet to ,these
Work, and His Method," it was an- lower California, who has been iyget otof t wabt c tIn
nounced yesterday by Prof. Hugo named federal commander in his Tas b traveln to fst. y h in
P. Thieme, of the Romance Ian- I province and at Naco, was on his Traub was struck squarely by the wich
guages department. way to confer with Alachea, pass- I speeding car just before it crashed was pc
Chevrillon is a nephew of Taine ing through United States terri-irtdthndmnedHbodrev- ied
and is at the present time engaged tory. Federals claimed that Ala- red and mangled beyond recgni-ed
in writing a book designed to clear chea's move had cut off rebel htion. r tached
up some misconceptions concern- forces in Chihauhua from those inW ineuthbefcre wts trningeove, 'actinm
ing the life of the great French Sonora. Speedy capture of nearby and just before it struck the dunes,ovictim
scholar and to bring to light some Auga Prieta was anticipated by the mBie bo whedfrom te zem
facts not generally known concern- government. machine onto the beach. Witness-' Men
Ing him, it is reported. Chevrillon'__________ es said he attempted to' sit up, at the
was orii rprto ecur in PT4 t11tgasped and fell back on the sands, commi
was originally engaged toelecture ovies To Illustrate dead. mittee
oe this subject in English, but the Cthe ca
extreme technicality of some Church Talk Tonight Basic set for "The Vikings" production, designed by Thomas Wilfred. Bible never had driven a race jume
phases of the subject necessitates, _I___- car, except at a few small dirt offere
i,, h - ,sn~ m eic in French h Wnrk nf the Enionnl church in Bv R. Leslie Askren I self for "The Vikins". and whichralistic design. At the beginning.tracks in Florida and the middle-offr

nd of reinstating Sphinx in
or initiation of new members
ring.
two resolutions read:
ved: That any attempts to
in whole or in part the
t Michigan honor societies
ir publie initiations except
se societies or initiations of-
against established law will
arded by the Student coun-
direct attacks against Mich-
raditions, and as such will
rtily condemned In behalf of
udents -and alumni of the
sity.
Wants Sphinx Alive
olved: That the Student
1 is in favor of the prompt
tion of Sphinx, junior lit-
honor society, in time for
gular spring initiation of
rganization. The council rec-
ads. this action to the Senate
ttee on Student affairs be-
it believes that the action
by the commitee last semes-
though justifiable, has suf-
ly punished the individual
rs of the organization; and
e the further suppression of
until such time as the ex-
members are no longer en-
in the University would be
r fatal blow to the already
shing body of Michigan tra-
. The' restoration of Sphinx
time would in no way con-
he misdemeanor of last sem-
but it would give Sphinx an
unity to exist as an institu-
hrough the recognized lead-
the incoming junior class."
ething Wrong With Society
inx was abolished by Univer-
uthorities last fall when an
gation of their initiation re-
Ithat three men ;had been
d, one seriously, and brought
charges that liquor played a
n the initiation ceremony.
her resolution introduced by
ilman Eugene Easterly, 29E.,
ced the contention that the
enior engineering students
ded last week for their par-
ion in the Michigan the-
'iot, had been discriminated
t by the Disciplinary com-
and meted out a punish-
too severe for their offense.
resolution reads:
Wants Cases Reviewed
olved:' That the Discipline
ittee should reconsider the
of Bernard Cain, '29E., and
H. Wells, '29E., who were
ided by the action of that
ittee last week for their part
e recent theater riot. The
Li feels that there was dis-
iation in these cases and that
students received unfair
cent."
discussion of this resolution,
was passed unanimously, it
ointed out that the personal-
f these two students contra-
the stigma of viciousness at-
I to them by the disciplinary
, and that they had been the
s of mob spirit and an over-
s police force.
bers of the council present
e meeting of the Discipline
ttee reported that that com-
had reached an impasse in
ases of Cain and Wells and
d at the suspension solution
d by one member as a means

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