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Gould, Balchen, And June Went Tol
New Range To Get Rock

Arrangements Completed For Next
Can Night Ceremonv To Be

Requests Reconsideration Of Sec___ns,__ __s__
Tax Exemption Bill
Michigan's Negative Trio (By AssneiNted0Pre0eoMichigan's Affirmative Team
The committee appointed by the Composed of Stephen Jones, '30L, Jarl Andeer, '29, and Leo Norville, '30, NEW YORK, March 20.-Larry composed of John Webster, '30P, Fenelon Boesche, '31, and Nathan Acti
Interfraternity council sometime which will defend the jury in a debate with Wisconsin at Madison, Gould, Bernt Balchen, and Harold Levy, '31, which will advocate the abolition of the jury, against North- tiple0
ago to promote interest in the bill on a similar question. I. June, the three members of the western here. the p
for tax exemption o rtriyfn ht
of fraternity and Byrd expedition missing since last-- -d-its
sorority property at state institu- Thursday in the Rockefeller moun- ed its
tions, yesterday issued an open tains of Antarctica, have been ted by
I t
letter addressed to the nine mem- FORyfound, according to a radio dis-1ng
hers of the committee on general patch from Little America copy- i E M . ngat
taxation to which the measure was rightcd by the New York Times The
referred in the legislature. TRolfunuri frl f
ADferre*in th legisitire.and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. MofMealc
Asking for a hearing of the fro- I T U R TC I T~ Commander Byrd, who flew t O OR O SH fctrdug
ternity's point of view on the les-itheir rescue, reported that their ard,
Lion, the letter attacks the methods !___;plane had been destroyed by se-o ity
feat thy biland o s ru Stresses Need Of Greater Knowledge Two Trains Of Canadian National vere ds while on the ground. MichiganNegative Team To Debate Traditional Lawyers' Crease Dancorder
MichigaheNegatiaedTetmrToaDebmte TradrtionalaLawyersroCLeaseWDakcAgo Sunday
that the measure was killed in the Of Polar Regions For Purpose1 Railroad Crash At Dro L A With Wisconsin Affirmative Will Be Held At Law Club voter v
house. The letter follows in full: Of Commercial Aviation Court, Ontario Prof. Laurence M.d("Larry", At Madison At Same Time tach
Text Of__ Goldtoethegeology department,, booth,
"To the Committee on General RELATES FUTURE PLAINS WRECKAGE CATCHES FIRE arctic expedtioneftf a Weekago !BAIRD TO ACT AS JUDGE MARKS' BAND WILL PLAY t, hco
Taxation Sunday via airplane for the newly -iven 1
"House of Representatives, Stressing the need of greater ,(By Associated Pies) discovered Rocl'> tller range where Michigan's affirmative debating Two traditional class dances will oven t
"Lansing, Michigan. knowledge of Polar regions for the TORONTO, March 20.-A head- he planneduto spend several days team will meet the negative trio of held on campus tomorrow night lowing
"Gentleman: development of commercial avia- i on collision of two express trains Icipn out rock specimens and ortwstryUieiiy inteb
"Goue llNo. 11 i cdtouet t n om ahia on the Canadian National railroad fossils. The radio equipment car- only home debate of the semester when the Frosh Frolic will be held Mak
"House Bill No. 191, introduced tion due to the many stwrm whichcaused the death of at least 18 ied with the plane reported a safe I at 8 o'clck tonight in Hill audi- jat the Union ballroom and the Att
by Representative Frank P. Darin, arise in those parts, Dr. Fridtjof persons and injuries to an undeter- landing on the rr-Ige. torium. Prof. Hobart Coffey of.the Lawyers' Crease dance will be held'blanks
vitally concerns the students and Nansen, famous Arctie explorer, mined number of others shortly Last Thursday, however, no word Law school will act as chairman. at the Law club. The Lawyers have tsica
alumni of the University of Michi oceanographer, diplomat, author, befe dawn today at Dro Court was received at the expedition's The Varsity negative trio, ac- on whi
gan. These students and alumni and lecturer, last night appeared near Parry Sound, Ontario. Little America base from Gould companied by Carl G. Brandt of already announced a sell-out for signatu
have now filed a printed petition to Hill auditorium as the seventh Firs accoun tat and his two companions, ' and as Ithe speech faculty, left for Mad-. their dance, but a few tickets are ison wi
with the legislature asking that feature of the 1928-1929 Oratorical First accounts said that none the days passed anxiety grew for ison, Wisconsin, yesterday after- still unsold for the Frolic, Kenneth tificate
said bill be reported out and en- Association lecture course. was injured on the eastbound their safety. With two month's noon, where they will debate the McCallum, '32 announced late last then n
acted into law. n n in train, but the death and injury provisions, however, and a sled for affirmative team of the University .nsiguhn
"We are given to understand that r. Nnsen, wo is at prcsent toll among those aboard the west~ the return journey in case of mis- of Wisconsin tonight. cthebla
before this printed petition was tour and at the saeinearr bound express was heavy. Officers hap to their plane, Larry and his The question which will be dis- h b
filed,: and without the proponents I toudetails f h st ie ar ax- of the road here were informed men were expected to surV e in cussed in both contests is: Re- be sold today and tomorrow at the 'in diffe
of the bill being given any oppor- edition whic hwilltake xt a e thatat least five had been ser- good shape. Prof. William H. Hobbs solved, that a single judge or board Union, at Slaters and Wahrs book- also su
tunity to be heard, your commit- peition whnwich willce ously hurt. The weckage caught iof the geology department, an Arc- of judges should be substituted for stoes, :and by members of. the his reg
the spring of 1930, and wtookp the -bill and voted to fire immediately after the crash. ;tic explorer himself, ventured the the jury in all trials throughout committee. Booths in University be. car
indefinitely postpone. it. Wethink spoke on the topic "Why th Arc- Most of the victims died in a I opinion Tuesday that nothing more the United States. Prof. A. Craig hall will halso be maintained, it was ocial
any tie ficig isenied tic Cal Me Again," using lantern flaming coach of the westbound serious had befallen Larry than a Baird of e speech faculty f the aid The sale will loseat 5 olock On
toten' g~ heardrdobythascommhftteet balot
to be heard by a committee of thslides to illustrate his lecture. train, the engine and four cars mishap to his radio. University of Iowa will act asamrn -(
legislature before his rights are dtNansre lt eh s cx-tof which were lifted from the rails. Plane Fails In Search I single expert judge of the debate Favors will be given out at the irregul
di.sTheeenginesandwtwo carseofithl'doorrM Nansum said.eDecoratin
disposed of, so, with House Bill and periences in the Arctic on his ex-The engine and two cars of the Commander Byrd attempted to in Hill auditorium. door, McCallum said. Decorating linary
alm, of the i drs ts o pedition in 1892-1895 and showed t second train left the track, but the I fly in search of them Monday, but Michigan debaters, who will ad-- will begin today and will be finish-
how hn rs nremaining cars were shoved by the plane's motor failed to start vocate the abolition of jury against ed early tomorrow, he continued' In a
gar, are en t more accurate predictions of storms survivor s from proximity to the during the few hours of available Northwestern here, are John Web- ora op of Ann Ar- voter m
before your committee. ENorthwesternrin wee Ibr aigti rnhi hre
ras well as added scientific know- burning debris. Both trains were good weather and a dog team was ster, 30P, Fenelon Boesche, '31, and , having this branch i charge. both o
Opponents Fail To Appear ledge of the planet on which we made up of steel cars. made ready, but evidently the Nathan Levy, '31. Webster is the special floor committee has been the nu
"The Ann Arbor Chamber of live Telegraph wires from the scene weather cleared again Tuesday en- only member of this group who named, and will have charge h holds f
Commerce announced publicly that He told of starting from Norway were down and telephone com- abling the Commander to locate has represented the University in ndungr nd tarch in addition to teparison
itwudatnfheoefetn'.i codhisg f hThety
o t tenrternity mounil in a tiny ship, the Fram, with a munication was poor, making diffi- his lost men from the air. 'debating before. Levy won the The'
of the Interfraternty council crew of 13, thinking that by sail-ccult the gathering of information campus extemporaneous speaking Additional patrons and patron- careful
which was held in Ann Arbor toI crew-tikn htb al uttegteigo nomto
mon the accident. Although A. E. Srcontest last semester. nesses to be named are Prof. Emil voters
discuss backing this bill, but when and then allowing the ship to be- ray of Parry Sound, who met a . Jarl Andeer, '29, Stephen Jones, Lorch and Mrs. Lorch, Pro. Louis unman
the Ann Arbor Chamber of Com- come frozen in the ice, he would hospital train there, reported that Order InvltatlOnS "30L, and Leo Norville, '30, comprise Strauss and Mrs. Strauss, Prof. Leo the pol
merce discovered bhow strong the a be able to cross the Arctic ocean the collision was caused by the he team which will meet the Uni- Sharfman and Mrs Sharfman, Miss partisa
case was for the bill upon the law with the ice. The idea was laugh- ! westbound train's overunning a Senior literary students have versity of Wisconsin at Madison. Beatrice Johnson, Miss Alice Lloyd, blanks
nthe facts,andhesdespcl how1cd at and scorned upon-especial- switch. A statement from A. E. shown especial laxity in placing Both Andeer and Jones are former Miss Grace Richards. ing of
unjstl i byhisfelow xplrer. !arrnGerald Marks and his Oriole Te- Rg
nje te scopred to theoue ly by his fellow explorers. Warren, general manager of the orders for invitations this year, i Varsity debaters, Andeer debatinge r a rksadhefarousT{-Regis
are staxed,nasocompared Aor The hardships and experiences central division of the road, said according to Charles Seilheimer, both semesters last year while race orchestra from the famous the ele
propey iailedtoeapper a of the three year expedition were the Cause had not been deter- '29, who is the chairman in charge 'Jones in 1926 and 1927. Detroit Night club will furnish the Ca
poertyeitfing.dtoerpehdtteetold in detail by Nansen who also mined. of invitations. The two teams have been pre- music. tCon
open meeting. Other methods were !_Pubicatonandisributono
then adopted. The Washtenaw pointed out the important results G. V. Alexander, engineer of the!paring for the conteststomght-for the famed Crease paper will fea'30, co
Tribune and the Ann Arbor News of the trip. The ocean instead of westbound train, jumped from his three weeks. Both trios engaged ineatmre the 1929 lanearrang
commenced running inspired edi- bein shallow as was supposed, cab when he saw the collision wasBO practice night. Carl Gm from1 dance. Jack McKay's Country cubrangem
torials against the bill. These edi- was proved to be very deep, in inevitable and when he recovered Michigan State Normal college last dace.tJa M a ountry curni
Bond orchestra of Detroit, will piai for Iwith ti
toials were meant for one purpose ome places being 2000 fathoms consciousness he was under the en- Tuesday a GBran this dance, it was announced by partm
--to kill the bill, and hence w below the surface. The fact that;gine of his train. Engineer Gauv- Dnhas been coaching both teams this' Doonvan Y. Erickson, '29L., the cremat
ere ntr ae wsa oylf i-jsemester.
not sound in logic, common sense, e enteare waa ody o e a reau of the other express remained g general chairman. Sleepy
orr instaATINa.contnenAREA (Both debates have bebn arranged gnrlcara.Sep
or facts-they were not intended istead fa tet, as at his throttle was was lifted in-ib!tIIeINe[1n00nernc ter to
to be fair and made no effort to is to be found at the South Pole, ured from the wreckage. debate league, which is composed Gar Wood Defeated Good,
mention the tudents' side, at 611. was another important discovery dbt ege hc scmoe a odD fae o h
me nn Arbor Chde of brought about by the expedition Identification of the bodies was (By Associated Pres) of nine of the Universities included for th
The Ann'Arbor Chamber of according to Dr. Nansen. difficult but at the railroad offices ATLANTA March 20.-Edward in the Big Ten. Chicago is the on-a his n
Commerce knew that the students By Segrave In RaceNih
m ner a terhere it was said the dead included H Calvin, Red Cross work ly Big Ten university which is not Night
and alumni were preparing their 9 Conductor Barstead, Brakeman er,ebe (By Associated Press) affairs
printed petition to back this bilX. FLAG AT HALFMAST Fmgraphed today that he had beenI B a memE ,._now b
p__p Ferguson, Brakemn White, and I o - MIAMI BEACH, Fla., March 20.- o
It is reported, quite blatantly, by News. successful in warning the residents
NesAent Miller. 'fSENO LS USiRoyal
the Ann Arbor newspapers that 1 According to Shirley Smith, Ahoug M .s- the Apalachicola River valley in ENIOR CLASS DUES Luck broke against Gar Wood, ace theyai
your committee took up this bill !ISecretary of the University, the;Although official estimates said Florida of the coming flood waters. . of American speed boat pilots, and May
and voted to indefinitely postpone RUniversity flag will be floWn at 17 were dead, it was thought possi- The Red Cross worker, who was (1 Senior dues wil be collected trhis Miss America VII- today and Durwirn
it, in other words that the bill was: half mat forthrg, days be- blethat mor ihbodieskawouldb tavelling adown th eriver in boat t today and tomnioal t acodgth Mao .I .SgavBiihdt
killed. I ginning this morning, out of re- found under the wreckage. Littlei said he was well ahead of the floodiI in. University Hall, according to Maor H. . D. Segrave, British, date fc
Feel Entitled To Hearing i spect for the late Marshall relief could be given before the crest. His message was sent from Herbert Ripley, chairman of driver, in his Miss England, loafed ohich
"We do not believe it to be true Foch, who enshrined himself in arrival of the rescue trains, and Blountstown, Fla., which is south finance. The five dollars col- to an easy victory in the first heat gnotr
he 'your nom ittoethus hurrieds the hearts of the Amreican peo- when these reached the wreckage of River Junction, a city at th lected from each senior will be I of their match. His average speed gan tr
up consideration of this bill with ple during the war. 15 bodies were found in the rem- ;confluence of the Flint and Apala- divided among several enter- for the 12 miles was 59.288 miles and w
any understanding of what the; __ _ nants of the passenger coach. - chicola Rivers. The business sec- pises.per hour ered t
Ann Arbor Chamber of CommerceRI tion there was under high water. _Menwhlerelefandsucorwokopehor _irstsh
and its cohorts were trying to do. REEVES SAYS UNITED STATES AND Meanwhile relief and succor work -Afrst
In lieu of all the hurry to get this went ahead rapidly in regions of Iaseel
bill considered by the committee LAND CANNOT CLAIM ANTARCTIC Isouth Alabama and northwest LOSS OF POPULARITY DURING WAR Istarrin
without the students and alumnil . Florida, over which the food hadp
having any hearing, we fear that Professor Asserts That Continuous antarctic territory made by Com- passed. Additional refugees were!O-past i
the Ann Arbor Chamber of Com- Occupation Is Necessary For mander Byrd, whose journey to the 'permitted to return to their homes Asserts That Marshal Was Typical upon the material aspect. He did
merce, by its methods, has imposed Valid Claim To Land South Pole has excited world wide in the south Alabama section to Of Keen Lucidity Of French not regard war as an exact science, FOu
upon your committee. We do not interest. The Britons insist that start reclaiming their property and Mind At Its Best butrather asacondition in which O
believe that such tactics meet Peaceably, if not satisfactorily, the explorer Scott had as much again resume their normal lives. character on morale counted for as i T<
your approval, and we believe that settling the recent dispute between right to lay claim to the land as - "Marshal Foch was almost the much as strategy and tactical skill.
the students and alumni of'. the England and the United States Byrd has. ; - -- oie military hero to suffer no loss When the World War began, he Fou
y' -reptaton o poulaityduring was given an opportunity to put stmue
University of Michigan are entitled over claims to antarctic territory, "Recent annexations of territory ura
wieal her 4a~n of treputation orcpopularity his theories into practice and in I ampu
to and will receive a public hear- Prof. Jesse S. Reeves of the poli_- have been made under the doctrine the Great war," stated Prof. Pres- Is heories intopr_,ti,,,and mr,_mp
ing y yur omiitte~ al ciece epatmet, eclaed f Cntiuit, werey ntios ~tonW. loson o th hitor de I "Hro f te Mine 'o th

Held In Sleepy hollow
ig to stamp out graft, mu-
oting, and slippery work at
ils by "peanut politicians,"
ident council last night vot-
approval of a plan submit-
David W. Wheeler, '29, to
e registration and ballot-
the spring elections,
plan calls for identification
h voter seeking to register
h presentation of a Union
treasurer's receipt, or certi-
f registration .in the Univer-
Sbe secured from the Re-
s office. The registering
will then fill in a stub and
able blank at a registration-
the stub being retained by
ancil for compiling a voters'
e detachable' blank being
to the voter for identifica-
irposes at the polls the fo-
e Careful Arrangements
he polls the registration
will be exchanged for bal-
.rrying a detachable blank
ch the voter must write his
re for purposes of compar-
th the signature on his cer-
of registration. He will
nark the ballot under the
y of election officials tear off
nk bearing his signature and
oth to the official for deposit
Brent receptacles. He must ,
irrender at the same time
istration receipt- which will
efully preserved by election
ach registration blank and
will be inscribed, "Cases of
ar voting subject to discip-
lust Tell Hours Credit
ddition to his signature the
must also provide at the time
f registration and of voting,
mber of hours credit he
or purposes of further com-
plan also provides for a
checking of the registered
against the ballots cast and
ked ballots returned from
ling booths, and for a non-
n custody of the registration
and ballots after the clos-
the booths.
tration will be May 8, 9, and
ction will be held May 15.
Night In Sleepy Hollow '
cilman Jennings McBride,
nmittee of one on Cap Night
ements, reported that ar-
nents had been completed
he building and grounds de-
nt to stage the traditional
ion of freshman pots in
Hollow. He submitted a let-
the council from James W.
'93L, Hoover's recent choice
War portifolio, regreting
ability to speak at the Cap
ceremony due to press of
in Washington. Efforts are
eing made to secure Senator
S. Copeland, '89, to deliver
fin address of the occasion.
1 was set by Councilman
a Algyer, '29, as the tentative
or the all-campus song rally
the council is staging in an
to revive interest in Michi-
aditions. Algyer announced
he band and both the men's
omen's glee clubshad tend-
heir services, and that the
lowing would bewnade at the
of the 1929 campus movie,
to last year's super-cinema
ig Jo H. Chamberlin, '28,
ianaging editor of The Daily.
rteen Are Elected
o Dramatic Society
teen junior and sophomore
its were elected to Mimes,
is dramatic society, yesterday

1191 heeearned his popular title of aten
"In the name of ordinary Ameri- yesterday that neither country had claim lands adjoining them," said r partment in commenting upon the I7e
can justice, the Interfraternity any right to demand the title to Prof. Reeves, "but in the case of 'career of the French military In May, 1h17, Foc succeeeer,
council taxation committee asks the land. the Antarctic there is no contigui- , 1 genius, who died yesterday after a IcIir
>.1at. ai m+hcIa "The venern1 therv by whichrth Io ntha r-in ion a ite i- m nr nynnwn inFrench army, and in March, 1918, and mn

goon at the regular meeting
organization held in Mimes
in. The men were picked for
activitlesin the recent Opera
a other enterprises.

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