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Vol. XXXIX, No. 126. ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1929

EIGHT PAGES

NEW QUOTA CLAUSE OF IMMIGRATIONlFRID
ACT PRESENTS COMPLICATED TANGLE
"Whether it is mandatory that tional origins system, which has1
the President shall proclaim the been postponed from year to year.
new quotas according to the na- By this new system the annual
tional origins clause before April quota of any nationality shall be
lis one of the serious problems a number which bears the same
of S luib SE confronting President Hoover at ratio to 150,000 as the number of j
present," said Prof. Everett S. ,inhabitants in continental United
Brown of the political science de- States in 1920 having that na-#
partment in explaining the ques- C tional origin bears to the number1
tions of the immigration laws yes- of inhabitants in continental Unit-
REPUBLICAN KEYNOTER HAS terday. ed States in that year, the mini-: "WHY
HAD WIDE EXPERIENCE "The President has asked At- mum quota being 100. IS
IN EDUCATION torney-General Mitchell to render ! Prof. Brown explained that this
an opinion on the case and until law does not alter the total num-
this is done, there will be no ac- ber of imm'igrants, to a gete-TL
BLACK WILL SPEAK NEXT gora"ttex-'TALK
tosaid Professor Brown. The tent, but it makes important
clause in question states that the changes in their distribution. Aus-
Theological Professor And W. A. president shall proclaim and -make tria, Belgium, and Great Britian Speaker
White Tentatively Condidered known the quotas reported by the and Northern Ireland gain no- Trip
For Concluding Programs Secretaries of State, Commerce, tably, while Germany, Irish Free Z
and Labor, assisted by the Census State
Opening the spring series of stu- Board on or before April 1, 1927. grea sseay and Sweden suffer . Fr
dent convocations at 11 o'clock; The figures were made known'by ous as a
next Sunday morning in Hill audi- President Coolidge, but the nation- ou sa
torium, Senator Simeon D. Fess, al origins clause does not go intoA rctic r
Ohio, educator, author, politician, effect because of postponement by inHillz
and keynoter at the Republican Congress. Consequently it is nec-!feature
convention in Kansas City that essary that Hoover make the re- lecture s
nominated Herbert Hoover last port because, though the measure make fo
summer, will deliver the main ad- was postponed by the House, no
dress. action was taken upon it in thet the Nor
Beginning his career as an edu Senate, and it is to go into effect j Graf Ze
cator in 1889 at Ohio Northern this year. that rec
University where he held the chair The Immigration Law of 1924 Affirmative Team Meets North- has chos
of American history, Senator Fess states that the annual quota of western Here, While Negative Arctic C
rose to become head of the College each nationality shall be 2 per cent Debaters Journey To Wisconsin
of Law in 1896 and. vice-president of the number of foreign born in- Tonigh
of the unive:sity four years later. dividuals of such nationality resi- TO DEBATE JURY SYSTEM will rel
dent in the United States. This have be
Was College President was a temporary measure that was . by Hom
. For 10 years from 1907 to 1917 to be succeeded in 1927 by the na- While the Michigan affirmative for the
Senator Fess acted as president of debaters are making final prepara- be honor
Antioch. College in. Yellow .Springs, tions for their debate with North- cording
Ohio's educational, experimentin western tomorrow night, the nega-! Single a+
combining the liberal arts with vo- tive team accompanied by Carl I be place
cational day laboring. Brandt of the speech department, store an
During this period he served as will leave this afternoon for Madi- auditoriu
delegate and vice-president of the son, Wis., where they will meet the 7 o'clock
Ohio Constitutional Convention, University of Wisconsin affirmative tickets.
drafting the amendment which team on the same night. Deg
created the state department of The two teams have been work-
public instruction. From 1913 to: iing on the Westei'n conference de- Dr. Na
1923 Senator Fess was a member Sergius P. Grace,'96E, Demonstrates bate question since before the close lustrated
from Ohio to the House of Repre- Ease Of Manipulating New of the first semester. Jarl Andeer, he took
sentatives where he held the chair- Inverted Speech I'29, Stephen Jones, '30L., and Leo bions. D
manship of the committee. on edu- I Norville, '30, compose the negative titude o
cation. He was then elected to ithe EXPLAINS ENTIRE PROCESS team which will make the trip to packed i
United States Senate. Wisconsin. passed s
Directed Harding Campaign "Fay-o-bonno Jay-cutt Play-a-.I The members of the affirmative of the ex
During the Harding campaign of feen Crink-a-nope." These cryptic team which will debate here are: t thi
1920 Senator Fess directed affairs words were spoken into recently John Webster, '30P., Fenelon Boes- tst with
in Harding's home 'state of Ohio, developed telephone instruments che, '31, and Nathan Levy, '31 isited e
and was again a member of the by Sergius P. Grace, '96E, assistant; Prof. A. Craig Baird of the depart- trn he
Republican National Congression- vice-president of the Bell Tele- ment of speech at the University Be nat
al Campaign committe in 1922. phone laboratories at a lecture and of Iowa, will judge the debate here:. Ber '
Last summer he was chosen to demonstration before an audience The negative team contains more He Oni
sound the keynote at Kansas City of nearly 2,000 last night in Hill veteran debaters than does the af- floating
and rouse the delegates with sonor- auditorium and when they were firmative and is an older team. An- The ice
ous G. O. P. chauvinism. reproduced, or rather "inverted," deer was a member of Varsity teams only a
Senator Fess is the author of two seconds later they were- the both semesters of last year, and N ansen
works on American history, physi- words "Allenheny Mountain Tele- I Jones was prominent in debating ;eft the
ology, political theory, civics, and phone company." circles in his undergraduate days, j sessiont
world diploniacy. From 1903 to -This unique demonstration was being a Varsity debater in 1926 and ashore.
1906 he was editor of World's but one of the many features of 1927 before entering the law school.
Events. Mr. Grace's address on "Recent Norville, the third member of the In 1888
At least one more convocation DndInn n f hteam, was one of the members of ice cap,
At lastonemoreconocaionDiscoveries and Inventions of the last semester's intercollegiate de-IEoap.,I
will be, held this spring on April 28 Bell laboratories, which was givendo so. I
when Hugh Black, noted professor Betlaoratoies whihw givenge bate class. sen and
at Union Theological seminarywillune a heC e Webster is the only experienced years ac
at~~~~~ Uno hooialsmnr ilof Engineering and Architecture.!, member of the affirmative team tin~y sail
come to Ann Arbor, the Student Dean H. C. Sadler, of that college, mbhavingfilled the position of first rible hai
Council Convocations committee resided. and in tr odu e d d

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OFFICIALS LEAVE
FOR PITTSBURGH,
T. Hawley Tapping, Field Secre-
tary of the Alumni Association, and
Fielding H. Yost, Director of Athle-
tics, left last night to attend the
annual smoker of the University of
T6Michigan club of Pittsburgh tonight.!
They are both scheduled to address
the alumni at this gathering and
Mr. Tapping will also confer with
officials of the club at a special
ARCTIC CALLS AGAIN" noon meeting at which that club's
SUBJECT CHOSEN share in the University Ten Year
BY SCIENTIST Program will be considered.
Tapping will return to Ann Arbor
T ILUSTRTEDtomorrow in order to continue his
TO BE ILLUSTRATE duties as acting editor of the
Alumnus, in the absence of Wil-
Intends To Make Four fred B. Shaw who is now conduct-
s To Pole In Graf ing a survey for the National As- I
eppelin Next Spring sociation for Adult Education. Di-
rector Yost, however, will travel to I
idtjof Iansen, world fam- Philadelphia where he will be the
n explorer and scientist on principal speaker at the Annualr
Banquet of the Michigan alumni
egions, will speak tonight of that city, Thursday night. The
auditorium as the seventh Philadelphia group will also con-
of the current Oratorical sider entrance into the Ten Year
eries. Dr. Narisen, who will program but, because no represen-
,ur expeditions to and about tative of the association office here
will be able to attend, their plan
th Pole next spring in the will be discussed with the presidentj
ppelin, the giant dirigible of the second district, Oliver Per-!
ently crossed the Atlantic, rin, '01, who is a member of the
sen as his topic "Why The club.
Both of these groups have al-
alls Me Again." ready been informed of the prog-
ht's lecture by Dr. Nansen ress made in the Ten Year Pro-
ace the one which was to gram and the Alumni University
en given here on Feb. 27, by President Clarence Cook Little
er Saint Gaudens. Tickets and E. J. Ottaway.
Saint Gaudens .lecture will
ed at the door tonight, ac-
to Association officials.;
dmission tickets will also
d on sale at Slater's book-
d at the box-office in Hilla
um which will be opened atr
tonight for the sale of the'
trn ai 91.SV M TODAY-

Nansen To Describe
Proposed Expedition

RED Coo- ROS WRER

AS FLOOD 0SPREADS,
>MODERN PAUL REVERE WARNS
INHABITANTS BY DRIVE
THROUGH VALLEY
DIXIE TOWNSINUNDATED
Stricken Areas In Georgia Alabama
Receive Food And Supplies
Dr. Fridtjof Nansen By Airplane
World famous explorer. of the'
Arctic regions,who will appear to- (BY Associated Press)
night in Hill auditorium as the ATLANTA, March 19.--A modern
seventh feature of the 1928-29 Paul Revere hurried through the
Oratorical Association series. Apalachicola valley in Florida to-
da with warning of the flood ap-,
proaching from Georgia and Ala-
bama, which inundated towns and
rich farming sections, made high-
ways _impasble n cue h
death of more than a score of per-
sons.
Ewrkardr.vK Calvin, a Red Cross
worker, drove an automobile from
Bainbridge southward to beat the
crest off a flood and urge inhabi-
Student Council Acts To Definitely tants along the Apalachicola to
Reinvoke, Old Traditional seek safety on higher ground.
Wearing Of Pots Water Rises Steadily
~ Already River Junction, Fla., at
WILL ACT IMMEDIATELY the confluence of the Chattahoo-
chee and Flint rivers, had felt the
force of the waters descending
Vigorous disciplinary a c t i o n from its northwer nehosenits
against freshmen who fail to up- business section and paryo, its
hold one of the most famous of fresidences were a ed drt of its
Michigan traditions, that of wear- ter and the river there still was
ing pots, looms in the offing as the I rising. It stood at 34.3 feet this
result of the formation yesterday morning, a rise of 1.4 in thepre-
of a disciplinary committee by the Icding 2thhours.
Student council. Composed of Fort James .
leaders of student activities on the hoochJae Ga, on the Chatta-
campus, this new body will serve asi hee, had the highest waters in
investigators of the negligence of its history. The river was three
certain members of the class of '32 miles wide. School children were
and also act as a court to judge transported to and from their clas-
and administer punishment on the ses in boats and mail was brought
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:gins Eixpioring. At.2zi
ansen's address will be il-
by lantern slides which
on previous polar expedi-I
r. Nansen has had a mul-
f interesting experiences
nto the 47 years that have
ince he first went on one
xpeditions at the age of 21.
time, he went: as,,a zoolog-
tan exploring party that
ast Greenland. On his re-
was appointed curator of
ural History museum of
Norway.
e became marooned on a
ice-cake with a Polar bear.
melted until the cake was
few feet square, and Dr.
nearly drowned when he
ice-cake to the sole pos-
of the bear and swam
Crosses Ice Cap
8 he crossed the Greenland
the first man in history to
In a later expedition, Nan-
his party drifted for three
ross the Arctic ocean in a
ling vessel, enduring ter-
rdships from cold and lackt

State Legislature Included Among
Those Summoned To Appear
Before Magistrate
TRIAL SET FOR APRIL 3

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In addition to the more than 400 offenders.
prominent students, faculty mem- Definite authority to consider tral of Georgia station at Killen,
bers, and well-known citizens of the case of the freshmen as a class thesaai
Ann Arbor and vicinity who were and as individuals is vested in the The Alabama river was ten miles
subpoenaed yesterday, every mem- committee as it has been appointed wide in places south of Selma al-
ber of the state legislature, nearly by the Student council and it is a though the town itself was safe,
150 in all, were summoned to ap- piece of the work of that organiza- The Alabama was falling at Mont-
near before the Supreme Court of tion. Already a lengthy list of gomery.
the University to be held at the negligent freshmen is' in the pos- Enforce Curfew Law
seventh annual Grid-iron banquet! session of the committee, and ar- Curfew law was in vogue for the
of Sigma Delta Chi, at 6:30 o'clock rangements are being made for a adult inhabitants of Elba and Gen-
Wednesday night, April 3, at the system to check up on all the year- eva who started the work of re-
Union. lings. Cooperation of the general habilitation after being driven from
The subpoenas are scheduled to student body is asked in this phase their homes by the inundation of
be in the hands of the senators and, of the undertaking. last week. Under military control,
representatives this morning when!j Members of the committee as ap- residents with permits, carrying
they arrive at their desks, while the:!pointed by Fred M. Asbeck, '29, provisions and water for 24 hours,
last of the summons to people in president of the Student council were permitted to enter for salvage
Ann Arbor will probably be deliv- are Kenneth G. Patrick, '29, man- and repair work.
ered today some time. Shortly af- I aging editor of The Daily, who will Food and other supplies were
ter the first delivery yesterday act as chairman, Joe Truskowski, being delivered by aviators on a
checks were brought to the office '30, captain of the 1929 football regular schedule to the south Ala-
of the marshall of the Court, in team, Robert Chapman, '30, cap- bama towns and the northwest
return for which the senders will tain of the 1929-30 basketball team, Florida town which were flood-
receive passes to the court room. Wilford H. Ketz, '31L, captain of I swept. The planes were from the
Another special allotment of sub- the track team, Richard Spindle, naval air station at Pensacola,
poenas were mailed early this1 '29, captain of the swimming team, where navy pilots arrived and de
morning to the regents of the Uni- and Robert Warren, '29, captain of parted as fast as theirplanes could
versity. These men were summon- the wrestling team, William Nis- be refueled and reloaded.
ed to appear to give testimony sen, '29, president of the Union and Carryvile and M glong
which, it-is thought, will prove in- Asbeck are member ex offio. iCarryville and Milligan, along
teresting in the conviction of the This committee will serve as a hard hit Oyriver inFlorida, were
loquacious lubricator who will be court before which a freshman re-('. y three houses were
sentenced to act as custodian p oorted for not wearing his pot will'(reported left in Milligan and they
the oil can for the coming year. be asked to appear. Once sum- both towns had take res dents of
Dean Hugh Cabot, of the Med- } moned the erring "frosh" will not refuge before the flood waters
ical School, and present holder of be allowed to "overlook" the mat-ireached their height
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announced
chairman,;
is also expi
White, aut!
will addres
on the sp
Dean Char:
Divinity sc
vited to spe
signed to
next fall.
Rebels
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lastU nightathroughuits ~arnau peaker in the debate of food. It was on this trip that
Mark Andrews, '29. It vrace.s of th with Illinois here last spring. Of Nansen proved that . the Arctic
Icted that William Allen oth uer ie words spokeni the others, Boesche was a member ocean was not the small, shallow
h.or and newspaper manbyh dis ures oe lortoe n of the debate class of last semester sea that most explorers thought it
hs another convocation discoveies of the laboratories in and Levy was winner of the first to be, and reached a point that was
ring series on April 21. the development of a secret com- semester extemporaneous speaking 120 miles nearer the Pole than had
les R. Brawn of the Yale munication for radio transmission, contest. ever been reached before.
hool, who was also in- It is produced by the reversing of The former practice of selecting Not only as an explorer has Dr.
hoo, wo as ls in jhigh frequencies of the voice into teams by tvyouts was followed in 1Nne eoefmu.H o
eak here this spring, has low frequencies and vice versa, the mthechoice of the teams this semes- Nansenbecome famous. He won
address a convocation: the Nobel peace prize in 1922, fed
Bell engineer explained. fr ter although the personnel of the 500,000 Christian refugees in Asia
_____Delaying the reproduction for two two trios last semester was selected ! Minor following the World war,
seconds, so that the audience could from the speech 81 class. wast fing N hegian a aa
Center Forces clearly apprehend the inveited The question to be discussed is ador to England, and acted as the
words and the intellgible speech, Resolved that a judge or a board dortn gand, andfa'Ted-as+the,

S o Rout a na i w md oi, r re jgusti representative uo Norway to th uhe grease pot,. was reieved 0 ofis ter as the court as oficials sanc-
ssrds t League of Nations. I burden for a few days so that the tion. Both its action in calling in
(By Associated Press) stated, by the development of "de- the jury in all trials throughout Dr. Nansen is also an author of unique "ball and chain" might be the freshmen and its administra- C
ESCALN, Chihuahua, March 19. layed speech. the United States. note, writing on polar exploration, . displayed in Graham's window for tion of judgment against the non- w
-Entrenched behind natural for- oceanography, zoology, politics, his- a few days, along with a picture wearers of pots, will be backed by t
tifications and barriers of the wil- ACTIVE SUPPORT OF DARIN BILL tory and other subjects. He con- of the present holder. Several days the University. r
derness, revolutionary forces gath- tributed political articles to the before the banquet, however, the oil Details of the system for sum- F
ered strength today for a new cam- ASKED TO SECURE ITS HEARING Paris Temps and London Times, can will be returned to Dean Cabot moning the freshmen and the F
paign to rout the steady, withering' two of Europe's leading :newspapers so that he may enjoy it for a few method of and extent of punish-'o
offensive of the government's army Support of at least fifty indi- week is over, there is a possibility and articles on different phases of days before giving it up to the next ment will be arranged in the next w
in the war for civil and military thatsuch *hscience to the principal scientific convict. . few days. Students who wish to
supremacy in Mexico. vidual f. aternties and sororities u chd for theang will be sched- journals of the world. According to an announcement report negligent freshmen may do
Abandonment of a rebel strong-will be necessary to secure a hear- week at which time it is exected Dr. Nansen is in the United made by the committee,' all ac- so by sending their names to
hold at Torreon as a part of as- ing on the Darin bill, providing for that a delegation from the Inter- States at the present time to ar- ceptances must be in on or before Chairman Patrick, at the office of
serted 'tactical maneuvers" to draw tax exemption of fraternity and fraternity council may be sent to range the details for his next Arc- March 30. ' The Daily.
the federal columns of General P. sorority property, before the com- ansing to present the students, tic exploration trip from the stand-
Eous -mittee and the legislature, accord- side of the case in addition to the point of this country. The exped SIR GE!RG iPIHtk R PHEineaIEina
retreat of the insurgents tonight ing to Shelby Schurtz, '10L, of evidence to be presented by other tion has taken on an iternational Y
presaged a new plan of battle, with Grand Rapids, and one of the backers. aspect, and is rapidly growing to CRISIS EPICUREAN n
Escalon the desert town of desolate strongest backers of the proposed Each member of the legislature large proportions. It is the story
southern Chihuahua, as the pivot legEhlatimemedr ee gislatureu'of these plans and what a mag- _whata____ r
of operations by the revolutionary ,gistion. Governor Fred Green, and various netic force is the Arctic that draws y Associated Press) I crisis. The greatest authorities in b
command. . In a letter to the committee of newspapers throughout the state him to it that Dr. Nansen will dis- MANCHESTER, England, March this country and in the United c
Retreat of the insurgents, estab- the Interfraternity council com- j received copies of the petition yes- cuss here. 19-World trade now lies under States expected it to come this! t
lishment of the new base at Esca- mittee on the tax exemption plan, terday, and it is expected that the shadow of the worst financial spring, and unless this policy of t
lon, and the arrival here of 1,500 Schurtz stated that even though some action will result from these. orTo ecrisis in history. Such was the safeguarding for protection is
volunteers to reinforce the revolu- many alumni and prominent men Members of the committee on gen- Governor Request gloomy prophecy of Sir George checked, it means disaster to the'
tionary army were declared by throughout the state had furnished eral taxation to which the bill was $75,000 Appropriation Paish, prominent British econo- world."
General Jose Gonzalo Escabar, the support for the bill thus far, it referred, and by which action was jmist, before the National Free- "We are not trying to see a way
rebel commander-in-chief,' to be would now be up to the students postponed, include Joseph E. War-'(ny Associated Press) Trade Conference here today. out, we are just dancing," exclaim-
"operations preliminary to a gen- interested in the measure to signi- ner, chairman James F. Thomp- LANSING, March 19.-Gov. Green We are drinking and making ed the economist, "I am not ex- w
eral plan which we have adoptedfY their desire for a hearing of son, Wilbur B. Snow, William J. upon the recommendation of re- merry," cried Sir George, "for to- aggerating. I wish I were."
and which we are now beginning to their side of the case as presented Thomas, Charles F. Lewis, Andrew gent James Murfin, will ask the morrow we die." Sir George said that Germany a
execute." by the backers of the proposed leg- H. Harnley, Charles H. Culver, legislature to appropriate $75,000 "I say with the highest author- had more unemployment than n
- islation both from student and Conrad J. Netting, and H. Earl I ,- ., . _ - ---. - i ianiT in T hanh a .anvnn,,,.ir + ranf if,+^. .-.A, -A__

.- - - -%A .g .
Under the direction of the Red
ross succor and relief went for-
ard systematically throughout the
erritory. While food and clothing
ere forwarded to the affected
egions, Red Cross chapters in
lorida, Alabama and Georgia put
n drives for contributions and
ere met with quick response.
Ypsilanti Debaters
Meet Negative Team
The Varsity negative debating
eam met the affirmative team of
psilanti Normal school last night
n a no-decision contest at a meet-
ng of the Adelphi House of Rep-
esentatives. The topic of the de-
ate was the subject chosen for
)nference competition this semes-
or, "Resolved: That the jury sys-
em be abolished."
The Weather
(By Associated Press)
Partly cloudy Wednesday; some-
what colder southeast portions;
hursday increasing cloudiness
nd warmer with showers by after-
oon or night.

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