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Vol. XXXIX, No. 120. ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1929
SALE OF TICKETS Jack, Here To View AfColleges Send Best HINKLEY PLACES U
FOR PLAY TO END University, Becomes N N I L If L Of Track Talent To FIRST IN CONTEST11
ChamlaignCarnival 1 The Joiners" by Arthur Hink-
With the box office at Hill audi- Leadin Attraction th
torium open from 10 until 5 o'clock b__ ley, '29, was adjudged the best of
today, the box office sale of tickets ---- the four one-act plays presented
or "Forward March," the 25th an- Manassa Mauler, Impressed, Calls Eight Hundred Athletes Arrive!by lay Production last night, ac-
nual Junior Girls' Play will end to- Michigan Athletic Plant At Illinois To Compete cording to the decision of the trio
day. The play 'opens its week's "Marvelous" In Annual Event of judges, Miss Jessie Bonstelle of
run at the Whitney theater on N-lIPL Sthe Detroit Civic. theater, Daniel
0Monday night. There will be six "It certainly is a wonderful feel- UII (By Associated Press) L. Quirck, Jr., of Yspilanti, and
evening performances and a mati- ing to come to Ann Arbor and find CHAMPAIGNE, Ill., March 15.- Prof. Chester M. Wallace, head of
AlA NN L neeon Saturday afternoon. such a marvelous athletic plant," IS DISTINGUISHED AUTHOR The University of Illinois relay tedramaschoola.Carnegie In-WOLV
ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, ARTS Tickets are not available to the canvlIlerbo ftestitute of Technology. WI
AND LETTERS TO CLOSE declared Jack Dempsey, former TEACHER, SCIENTIST carnival blue ribbon event of the The other three plays, all
ADLTEST CLS* general public for the Monday Intercollegiate indoor season, willplsalo
MEETINGS TODAY "nightperformance, which is giv heavyweight champion of the AND LECTURER be held here tomorrow with nearly which received very favorable
in honor of the seniors and is open world, who came to Ann Arbor for 380 athletes from 77 colleges uni- comment and praise by Professor
OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED only to women. Friday night is several hours yesterday with Floyd RECEIVED NOBEL PRIZE versities and high schools in the Wallace in his statement follow-REIF
toyIy ii nig the decision, were "Passions
formal night, and Saturday night Fitzsimmons, noted fight pro- Cicompetition. Progress", by R. Leslie Askren '29,
Professor Hobbs Tells Of Rescue will be Alumnae night. The tickets moter. Dempsey and Fitzsimmons Chosen By Oratorical Association The all-American championship "Outside This Room", by DorothyiNorth
Of Rockford Fliers In range in price from $1 to $3, the . To Replace Saint-Gaudens embracing seven events, will be Ackerman, '29 and "My Man" by
Greenland latter price being that of box seats. inspected theintramural building, On Lecture Program held tomorrow afternoon with in- Jerome McCarthy, '29. The state-
A new arrangement this year has -te he, thetaiuit- -"dividual events and major relays
'Magic, though it has its the- enabled the play committee to of- ndtall the other athletic faities Dr.Fridtjof Nansen, widely known at night. Jack McIntosh of Mon- mefth dcsion, wc very
Maitog t.ha t h-i h omayo alWsk carefully discussed all four of the
ories, is essentially an art," said fer blocks of seats to the various in the many of Phul Iaske- as one of the world's leading Arc- mouth college, winner of the all- plays will be given in detail in the BAR
Prof. William H. Worrell, of the fraternities on campus. As many mr te oh Ta tic explorers, will appear here at around title a year ago will not Music and Drama column of Sun- cago,
Prf Wila,.Wrel fteIfaeriiso aps smn t
Semitics department, in deliver- I as 20 seats together have been of- mura epartmen, Coach Tad8 o'clock on Wednesday night, defend his laurels due to an in- day's Daily men -
ing the presidential address to the fered for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Wema, and a representative of March 20, when he will speak in jury. . An additional performance has dual
Michigan Academy last night on Thursday nights. Mail orders have .aHill Auditorium on Why The The University of Pennsylvaniai been arranged for tomorrow night selves
"Early Christian Magic F r o m also been received for tickets, and Dempsey asserted that if the Arctic Calls Me Again." Not con- will send Barney Berlinger, its in answer to numerous requests yard
Egypt." Professor Worrell's lec- they have been filled in the order new 15 round boxing bill passes tent with many honors, Dr. Nan-1sophomore all-around star, into for tickets after all available seats igan
ture followed the annual dinner received. the Michigan legislature, he will sen is now preoccupied with plans the event in an attempt to wrest for certain nights had been re- favori
of the organization, which was_ stage fights Avon Park in De- for leading an aero-Arctic expedi- the honors from the best the mid- served. ence t
held at the Union, and which was troit. The sight of the stadium tion which will take the Graf Zep- dle west can provide. Berlinger season
attended by members. candidates' N brought to both Dempsey and pelin on a detailed scientific ex- appears to be almost unbeatableH tonig
for membership, and their guests. Fitzsimmons immediate thoughts ploration of that region. judging from his performance two Nort
"Religion has waged a hot bat- of the possibilities that would be Dr. Nansen will replace Homer weeks ago when he scored in fourwWihhn
te nmgievrsince isin- open to a promoter who would Saint-Gaudens, director of Fine ensinteEtrnIerle-counte
ception, which even preceeded torofFhave that type of a seating ar- Arts at ethe Carnegie Institute, giatemeet in theNEastern HIntercoli to tak
organized religion chronological- rangement to offer customers at who was to speak here late in have stiff competitionk however 1critics
ly," Professor Worrell continued.'A U N R G A fistic encounters. -jFebruary, and will be the seventh frmKnnd heCnra i- aries,
"While religion depends on some Max Smelling was declared by speaker on the current Oratorical sour Teachers College star athlete tankm
superior power for guidance, magic Dempsey to be the outstanding Association lecture series. Tickets souri Teacher College stral U flers.
mgcWilfrei .ShNmed sOeO jha e tonbendr the res-. . and Smith of Indiana Central who __
is the anthithesis of this and com- Th ree A. Fe s n Of 1 heavyweight contender at the pres- for Saint-Gaudens will be honored placed second and fifth Mich
mands superior powers to obey its Three Alum Fellows; horn- ent time. He and the promoterN e for the Nansen lecture. laedsth ad trespec- Qualify Twelve Men For Finals In sive st
mandates. berger To Open Work entered the names of Maloney, . Has Lead Varied Life tively, in the all-around event last First Step Toward Defense time i
Magic Is Forbidden Sharkey, Godfrey, and Von Porat Dr. Nansen has led a remarkable year. Of Championship by a
"h Bil fobd mainoDEI1J IDrANADCon a list of other promising heavy- life as explorer, author, scientist Competition in the ten special quarte
"The iB forbid b agic not RECEI VE QUESTIONNAIRES weights who seem to look good. professor, and lecturer. At the ase events promises record-breaking uan se
because it is vain, but because "Football 4is one of the greatest of 20, he crossed Greenland from performances, or at least the tie- HURDLE RECORD BROKEN psd
it1s wicked. Definite references As the initial step in the actual sports in the world and colleges its eastern to its western boundar- ing of records. The marks in dan- tance
against this empirical science are realization of the Alumni univer- are doing a lot to keep its reputa- ies together with two of his coun- ger are the 75-yard high hurdles By Cadwell Swanson ed se
to be found i several places in sity idea at Michigan, the Board tion high," the former champion trymen and three Laplanders; set by Kinsey of Illinois in 1924, Detroit Northwestern got off to consin
the Bible, yet no religion is with- of Regents has selected Wilfred B. said. "An athletic plant like you this venture was termed "the idea the pole vault and the 75-yard I flying start in the defense of her Illinoi
out its ceremonial rites wh ichShaw, '04, General Secretary of the have here is a wonderful thing for of a madman," but he lived to re- dash. The pole vault record of 13 Michigan Invitational I n d o o r place
are basically nothing but magic Alumni association and editor of the upbuilding of young American turn and tell his story. feet, three. and f o u r t h - t e n t h Track and field crown by gaining l
both in Hebrew and i Christian the Alumnus, as the first of the manhood, all of which is very im- Of the e ylarge number inches, seems certain to fall with 12 places in the final heats to lead I Me
Phurofes.r Worrell went on to tellthree Alumni fellows provided for portant." of explorers of the far north Dr both Hank Canby, Iowa, and Tom the qualifiers last night in the Mey
Professor Worrell went on to tell by a recent appropriation of the Dempsey arrived at the Union Nansen is the only living manI Warme of Northwestern,entered.I Yost Field House. .eXcelle
ofthe .period of the breaking up or.NmnWrm fNrhetr,;etrd otFel os.jt e
Board.At the same time, Theo- at 4:45 o'clock yesterday and was who spans with his own lifetime1 Canby pulled himself over the bar Frobel High of Gary, Id. gained an le
of the Babylonian religion at which dore R. Hornberger, '27, was named greeted by a roaring crowd of the tremendous changes which : at 13 feet, seven and one-third runnerup position among the qual- nGolds
time their magical debris was s- as the faculty member to take up more than 500 who had waited for have been wrought in methods of inches to win the event in the Big ifiers by landing 7 men in the final Gfdb
seminated over the entire Mecliter- immediately the work which Mr. almost an hour for the well-known travel through these ice-bound Ten indoor meet a week ago. heats scheduled for 2:30 this after- Ifled b
rianpa orld. It ws picked up .Shaw will conduct more extensively idol -of boxing, fans. regions. Yet strange as it may noon. Scott High of Toledo fol- Purple
spread rapidly. when he returns to Ann Arbor next -- -seem, it is said that he prefers to lowed with six. Other schools Judd
Some twenty of the r September, after completion of a irbe thought of first and foremost uali y men flr h a to
Sm wrt ofteo iginallaeIjj'Iqualify men for this afternoon's team
V aiIIIIIUI U N The National University in Olso L , with 4, Western and. Columbushiti
prsn ntelbay n hogtexts in the original Coptic are at survey on collegiate adult educa- aI IflL ~ Ks a University professor. . nLsweI etVVINIIIeten f Ll
present in the library, and through tion in which he isnowengaged. es 4i
study of these much light can be Throughout its entire course the (once called Christiania) has been Central 3, Cass Tech, Columbus a pla
thrown on the language, customs, idea of alumni education has been the scene of Dr. Nansen's prin- Edplr
and life of this ancient people..l nurtured at Michigan and the en- cipal activities for many years. He TIaHighland ParkoFlint, Marion, Ind.,biggesr
Today's program will mark the tire world of education has looked 11 has risen step by step from a Monroe, Waite and Libbey of To- Al Sc
, EXipaTIOVP[1 0 H igln ak lnMroIdocr
third and concluding day of the to Michigan for leadership in the lll museum curator to the chair of Ledo, Wyandotte, and Eastern Of;failed
Michigan Academy of Science, project in which once more a new --- zoology , later to the chair of (Special 'To The Dar Detroit 1. his he
Arts, and Letters thirty-fourth j.achievement has been accom- That the Darin bill providing for oceonography and in 1918, to the LAFAYETTE, Ind., March 15.- While the Colts were virtually Reif o
meeting now in session in Ann plished the exemption from taxation of IposayRectoreMagnficus. He isj With three of the four Michigan settling all doubt as to the ulti- Wal
Most of this morning and The project has been a rather fraternity and sorority property League of Nations and was award- entries advanced to the semi-final mate winner of team honors Keller won
a portion of the afternoon will be abstract ideal expressed by Presi- k ege o round of the Conference wrestling of Columbus East High and Beatty teamm
occupied by the concluding meet- dent Little until this year when was killed so far as possible enact- ed the Nobel prize in 1922 for histournament th
ings of a number of the various the Regents recognized it and ap- ment is concerned, was practically work in the repatriation of Rus- n e te Wolverines are of Detroit Northwestern stamped erson
sian nd Grman risoers.concecded a good chance to win themselves as foremost in the quest( W
departmental sections. propriated $12,000 a year for the : assured by word received yester- sian Aad Byma pris on Iat least two of the individual of the individual scoring laurels. Wal
Council Will MeetnettoyasfrtreAun da frmLnightmmbs Acclaimed By Stephansen
ouncil t next two years for three Alum day from Lansing that members Acclaimed as "King of the North" titles. George, Dougovito, and The lanky Buckeye shattered his time i
Aademy ins set hfor council of thisa fellows to serve as members of the of the house committee on gener- by Vilhajalmur Stefansson, r Rubin all came through their pre- own state interscholastic record in heati
Aaenoon n mee2 -o' thri faculty and as liaison officers be- al taxation indicated that the bill famous as Arctic explorer and liminary matches in fine shape, the 65 yard high hurdles by nego- secon
afternoon and a meeting of t e tween the University and its grad- would be ermanently buried scientist, Dr. Nansen is in Americawhile Captain Bob Warren was the tiating the distance in :08.8. His heat.
Academy will be held at 3 o oel .ates.io ldOppositio n tbfroewh at the present time to arrange the only Michigan man to fall before former mark, established a year fourth
comig ye wle elced and h As. president " of the National jpposition was from those who necessary details, from the point the attack of his opponent, losing ago, was :09. ming
comog year will be elected and a' Alumni Secretaries council which represented interests oand of view of the United States, for to Walsmith of Purdue. Over the low barriers Beatty and Ier an
number ofn resolutionswill be con- he organized, Mr. Shaw was in- further tax exemption and repre- the international expedition next George easily disposed of Fairall Keller led their respective semi- secon
sidered and voted upon by the or- strumental in the original expres- Is ip.Of of Ohio State, who was doped to final heats in the fast time of The
ganization membership. sion of the principle which hase'r inten Stefansson writes: furnish him with the stiffest op- :07.7. The existing record in the more
Yesterday morning and after- been inculcated into the Alumnni to have been in line for serious"Treasexg
noon witnessed the holding of the nvriyadhi xeinewt damage in case the bill went ' There are several explorers liv- position in the heavyweight di-' low hurdles held by Beatty of fiersi
nn tnsdthhodn fheuniversity and his experience with daaeiae h ilwn ing who are great in their own vision. :07.6 will no doubt be erased this the d
large majority of the section meet- ' that work, in addition to the re-I through. William ,J Thomas,inwhargetin hironvsn.:76 ilnodutbeaedhstec
inags of the organization.iMorel o the charman of a t com mite ,e fields, if you concede greatness at Fairall has won all of his afternoon when these two out- heat
thin t ts which he will have from the chairman of the committee, de- all to a craft of this nature, but matches this year, five of them bystanding furniture toppers clash. place
than 150 papers were rea t day. investigations which he is now clared, however, that no definite so far as we can judge, the name falls, and the easy victory of the Beatty led a mediocre field of nois.
dIn te enoo rof Whiiam carrying on as to the attitude of action had been taken. of Fridtjof Nansen tops the list. Wolverine Olympic star was some- broad jumpers with the best effort fourth
H. Hobbs of the geology depart- other universities towards educa- According to a report received Furthermore, he would have been thing of an upset. Rubin furnish- of the evening, 20 feet, 7 1-8 inches, McI
ment, related the account of his tion for their graduates will be here earlier in the day, action had ! as great, or at least as distinguish- ed something of a surprise by his I and seems a favorite to gain top secon4
jit to Greenland in an il- helpful in his work as an Alumni been' indefinitely postponed. ed an outstanding man, had he fine showing in the 115 poud honors in this event. 1race1

EIGHT PAGES
A-
ALIFIERSFO
II TNCROWN
TERINES PLACE MEN IN
EACH OF SEVEN
EVENTS
DEFEATS SCHWARTZ
western Trails Maize And
ue As Preliminaries Are
Brought To Close
By Morris Quinn
TLETT GYMNASIIUM, Chi-
Ill., March 15.-Qualifying
in each of the seven indivi-
events and 'assuring them-
of poifits in both the 200
and medley relays, the Mich-
swimming team loomed as
tes to. capture the Confer-
itle for the third consecutive
1 in the preliminaries held
t in the Bartlett gym pool.
hwestern, conquerors of the
rine natators in a dual en-
r a week ago, and favored
e the title by many Big Ten
before tonight's prelimin-
trailed the Maize and Blue
en in the number of quali-
igan started off in impres-
yle by turning in the fastest
in the 200 yard relay'made
ny of the four qualifying
ts. The Michigan team co-
of Seager, Walaitis, Ault
Walker negotiated the dis-
in 1:16. Northwestern plac-
cond in the heat and Wis-
took the second heat with
s taking t h e remaining
yer Leads Breast' Stroke
er of Wisconsin turned in
nt time in the breast stroke
ister the fastest heat, 2:40.5
iereby qualify for the finals.
mith of Michigan also quali-
y touching out Schroeder of
s at the finish.. Peterson,
ace, was the other qualifier.
Thompson of the Wolverine
placed second to Holbrook
nois in the fourth heat but
me was too slow to. win him
ce among the qualifier. The
t upset of the preliminaries
ed in the 40 yard dash when
hwartz, Northwestern ace,
to qualify, placing fourth in
at which was won by Ernie
)f Michigan.
ker, Wolverine dash star,
his heat, while Seager, his
nate placed second to Dick-
of Purdue.
alker and Seager Place
ker turned in the fastest
n the semi-finals taking his
in :18.6, while Seager placed
d to Nickerson in the other
Oker of Chicago was the
man to qualify. Reif swim-
in the first heat with Walk-
d Oker was beaten out for
d place by about two feet.-
440 yard free style saw two
Wolverines among the quali-
when Garnet Ault covered
istance in 5:18, the fastest
in the event, and Watson
d second to Kieding of Illi-
Liddle, Iowa tanker, was the
a man to qualify.
Donald of Michigan finished
d in the second heat of the
behind Liddle, and A. Gold-

exemons tou ilu t i
lustrated address. As Greenland fellow, which is the name which , Petitions from the Interfraterni- followed almost -any other con- class, but Sapora, Lupton, and Another defending champion smith
is the wind center of the globe, it has been applied to the position. ty sand Panhellenic councils have genial occupation." Minot appear to have him slightly will be seen in action this after- the t:
is possible to forecast world storms T. R. Hornberger is now at work on been opposed especially in regard Dr. Nansen has served in the 'outclassed. noon when Wousowicz of Freobel, was f
from Greenland conditions, Pro- some questionnaires sent out to to the idea of complete tax ex- capacity of Norwegian minister in Dougavito seems to be the best who tied with a teamnate last in he
fessor Hobbs explained. alumni last year by President Lit- emption, but have voiced approval London and as chairman of the wrestler in the 175 pound weight, year to establish a state record of Bot
The story of the rescue of the te. He is studying the answers re- of a plan for readjustment of as- ; Norwegian American commission while Montgomery of Iowa and 11 feet, 8 3-4 inches. A strong tries
two Rockford fliers, Hassell and B. ceived and preparing the way for sessment in case the figures set for the negotiations of food sup- Robinson of Purdue look best in I field is entered in this feature reach
Cramer, who were forced down Mr. Shaw to begin his work in I forth in the petitions of the two plies during the World war. His the 145 division. (Continued on Page Six) . Hubb
near thie Mt. Evans station last September, scholastic bodies prove reliable. tour in the United States will be 1inx
summer was also explained in the concluded at the end of this RISING WATERS CUT OFF FLOOD secon
lecture. Professor Hobbs express- OBREGON MOVEMENT RESPONSIBLF month, at which time he will re- RIINW T R U OFOfOash,
ed the belief that in all probabil- turn to Norway. VICTIMS FRO RESCUE PARTIES":
ity Greenland will prove valuable FOR MEXICAN WAR SAYS MECHAMr
as an intermediate point in trans- THE WEATHER mark
atlantic commercial flying. The_(By Associated Press) of rescue parties had capsized flow- nesot
reason for this, he explained, is i Resulting from no deep-seated are in no great peril at present, in (y Associated Press) MONTGOMERY, Ala., March 15. ed' into nearby cities and towns, quali
that commercial flying requires causes, the present rebellion in the belief of Professor Mecham, Snow in north and rain turning -The elemental forces or nature, but none of these could be ver-
frequent stops, and Greenland is Mexico is a purely political revolt, who says that the State depart- i to snow in south portions Satur- which covered the towns and. rural ified. Bob
admirltbly located as a fueling uninfluenced by national econom- ment undoubtedly is in possession j day; colder; generally fair Sun- communities of southern Alabama Several detachments of national ondi
base Ic or social conditions, according i of great deal of information that' day. with water, have so completely guardsmen were reported to have 100 y
to Prof. John L. Mecham of the would change public opinion if it conquered man's devices for com- picked up marooned persons in in ra
history department, specialist in were known. Consequently, the of-- STOCKS RISE TO I munication and transportation as boats this morning, but nothing ker c
DURANGO TAKENI Hispanic-American relations. ficials at Washington are fully cog- Io make accurate information as further was heard from them, ex- nosed
Prof. Mecham expressed the nizant of the true state of affairs NEW HIGH LEVEL to what is happening in the flooded cept an unconfirmed report that this
BY GOVERNMENT opinion that, although it was dif-I However, the quesion of taking a districts unavailable 24 hours after one boat, manned by three guards- Walk
ficult to get at the root of the definite stand in this conflict is' residents of Elba and other towns men, had capsized. secon
matter because of persistent cen- dangerous. In Professor Mecham's (lh Associated Press) were driven to house tops and A plane sent out by the Mobile ster'
M EX y Associated Press) sorship of the press, in all prob- opinion, it is a tremendous task NEW YORK, March 15.-"Bull" trees by rising water Register flew over the stricken area in th
MEXICO CITY, March 15.-The ability the uprising was an out- to discover which party is in the forces ran away with the stock An estimate that 10,000 persons during the afternoon, after other Wi
government tonight claimed the growth of the Obregon movement right and consequently which par- market again today, lifting twoj are marooned in the flooded dis- planes had failed to make observa- the
capture of the city of Durango and in Mexican political circles. After ty to support. If the United States score issues to record high levels tricts and a statement that they tion during the morning because medl
the additional advantage ofdnriv- the assassination of the popular supports one or the other there in the second largest day's trading are badly in need of food supplies of heavy fogs. Observers in the Wolv
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trailed Ault to the finish in
hird, but neither man's time
as enough o win him a place
finals.
h of the Maize and Blue en-
in the 150 yard backstroke
ed the finals when George
ell captured the initial heat
Capt. Dick Spindle finished
d to Hinch, Northwestern
whose time for the event
'was the best made in the
ninaries and ties Hubbell's
of last year. Marsh of Min-
a will be the fourth man to
fy, winning the second heat.
Walker Beats Croker
Walker qualified for his sec-
event of the evening in the
yard event, winning his heat
ther easy fashion from Croc-
)f Minnesota. Reif was just
I out by the Gopher star in
heat; Al Seager duplicated
er's performance by placing
id to Schwartz, Purple speed-
whose :53.8 was the best time
,e event.
th the results of the diving,
220 yard free style and the
ey relay still to come in, the
erines had qualified nine men

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