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Borah Praise slTYMuseum Houses U!NationalistsWin
Oi Lands Policy I Carnegie OfficeInChineselevolt
(ByAssociated Press) Carnegie Corporation Grants Su 1y[Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, April 4.-Against IN NIS CHOICL For Research Work In MflTIlfl DL i sIHANKOW April 4.-The Nation-r
E persistent protest from the west to Archaeology alist government was victorious to-
the order of President Hoover day in the first serious clash with
withdrawing public lands from oil 'A grant of $9,000 from the Car- rebellion in the provinces. Wuhan
opeations, Senator Borah, Repub- negie corporation for the establish- armies, led by chief of the Kwangsi
IlLULLELS lican of Idaho, spoke out today iniorINEW ing of an archaeological offee in the military group, collapsed before
Odefense of the Hoover conservation OF- University Museums building has. ,they even had begun to defend
GENERAL ALMAZAN ENCAMPS policy as "nothing less than ordin- 'SEVENTY-SIX S E N IOR S ARE'been announcedted r.rCarl E RICHARD HALLIBURTON WILL hline. Marretirihas been de TO
MAIN BODY. OF TROOPS A n eg ELECTED TO PHI the, of theDELIVER LECTURE ON clared in the city.
AFTER FIGHT Answering a protest from the: KAPPA PHI Museum of anthropology. APRIL 22Thsrulofteecnhsi-
A _TE _ Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce, The grant, which will be used APR__ iThis result of the recent hosti-
Senator Borah declared in a letter over a period of three years, will
BURN SEVEN BRIDGES to its president, Charles J. Carlson, CHOOSE STUDENTS enable the committee on state HAS ATTAINED FAME eral Feng Yu-Shiang, who held the BOA
TO CUT OFF ESCAPE that he did not want "for any ad- IN SEVEN SCHOOLS archaeological surveys of the Na- AS AU THIOR, SPEAKER balance of power between the rival
vantage which we might gain atl tional Research council of which ' armies, remained sitting on; the
vatgewihsemghpanattchetonsRserhtoiceae 5tflTrlr ilReaefence and Hu eh-generals declared
Calles Dispatches 5,000 Troops To this particular time to discourage Organization Emphasizes Outside Dr. Guthe is chairman, to increase Youthful Traveler Will Relate ir neutr y in the qaele Com
Exterminate Insurgents In or to oppose a program which may Activities As Well As oits scope of work i aiding archae- Thrilling Experiences Of tween the Nankinover tadj
Other States result in great benefit to the people Scholarship ologists all over North America to Glorious Adventure
as a whole"_correlate their various researches. the Kwangsi party.
(oi yAssociated iNn). The senator expressed fear of a Second semester elections to Phi The central office of this commit- TsRichard Halliburton, world tra- she final disaster for theKwang Th
MEXICO CITY, April 4.-While world oil trust, resulting from con- . tee has been located in Ann Arbor eler and romantic adventurer, will s oarmies came today, when the
his main body of troops camped at cessions gained in the Russian K by virtue of Dr. Guthe's position as provide the next feature of the sevnth ghn dimsindn oveg w
La Reforma, resting after three fields, and added that "it is not to society, announced last night, in- chairman. During the last few 1928-1929 series of Oratorical asso- seventh Wuhan division went over Alum
days of constant fighting, General be presumed that the effort to pro- lude seventy-six seniors selected years the work has become so com- ciation lectures, appearing in Hill the Nankin cnsethrouleft a h erati
Juan Almazan sent cavalry detach- tect our oil reserve and to protect from all the schools and colleges plex because of the growing interest auditorium on Monday night, April Ithe government forces were pour- and
ments in pursuit of those rebels who the people against monopoly in oil on the campus. This is the second and activity all over the continent 22. This will be the eighth number ing in tonighteafter
escaped being cut to pieces yes- will stop." sin pre-historic American cultures, of the course, which will be con- -_g_._after
terday. selection made this year, a group of that it has been found necessary to cluded with the appearance of Peg- day
A flying column of federal horse- 1paticularly distinguished seniors establish this additional office to gy Wood on April 30. GIRLefnptheg
men was in hot pursuit of the rebel U~LE"having been initiated last Decem- efficiently maintain contact with Haibrntyfeshendn- '
cavalry this evening and other loyal ber. the great numbers of scientists who Halliburton typifies the undaut
contingents were seeking to round W11uuU IIUIIPhi Kappa Phi differs from other are continually appealing to the outside of fiction have done At 27 noon
up the dispersed insurgent infantry' honorary societies in that it rec- archaeological committee for infor he is the author of "The Royal Roadghocht
small groups of which were roving ognzesscholastic achievement in mation and aid. toRmne n Te lrosA-Al
ogie(_______ to Romance" and "The Glorious Ad- T OTO l
about the plain north of La Re-W _ other fields than those of pure sci- venture", two of the most popular Fthrow
forma seeking means of escape. ence, literature, and the arts, and 0non-fiction bkhrguide
Rebels Caught : stresses activities outside the class- {'He has established his fame as a "FMdetai
Penned like rats in a cage by the Prohibition Law Passes To State room as well as intellectual per- L0IS lecturer throughout the United Fpoint
fire of co-ordinating units of fed- 1 Legislature For Repeal, formance. Those invited to mem- States, and today stands with Lind- ing w
oral cavalry, infantry, artillery and Endorsed 2 To 1bership are: berghas the greatest romantic ad- Tomorrow regul
air service, the army of the north Literary Students Named[ venturer of the time. been
Wednesday, at La Reforma, Chi- LAP A N F iterary d eg ae 1Graduates At 21 ALUMNI ARRANGE S110W funds
huhuwa lmstaniiatdI EMAND PROMPT ACTION, From the literary college: Winni- A I ~'.It
whahtwas a s td gn mnted m- fred Ford, Margaret Sabom, E. Halliburton was graduated from to.
what was described in government (By Associated Press) Clark Stillman, Esther Tabachnick, Da L h An Whittem re Talk Princeton at 21, in the class of 1921. the rey junior women, one half of throu
dispatches as a "horrible slaugh- MADISON, Wis., April 4.-The ef- Margaret M. Gentz, W. J. Sinkford, On Height Of Building Lines At 24 he had circled the globe and willtare Jfr h
ter." Hundreds were believed killed. . V g ked thrilli d t will appear before a home town minvit
Believing his work on the north fort to repeal Wisconsin's prohib- Julia Cole, Douglas Whiting, Vic- And Gardening Effects akte more 'ng avenures audience tomorrow night when andf
well done. Gen. Plutaro Elias Cal- tion enforcement law moved to the toria English, Doris Nicholai, Alice -po three years than the ordinary "Forward March" is presented at peopl
we, ellde.rGe. PutaoREiasCal!SRwleGGC.SilbrGA E.Kriken finds in a life-time. :15 o'clock in Orchestra hall in De- i
les, federal commander-in-chief, state legislature today bearing a Catherine School, Gertrude Locke, yuAIStG SINGS SONGS Thi lterary vagabond surrender- troit. Of the 25 JuniorGirls' Playsne invita
announceda diversion of 5,000 of his j2 o 1 indorsement from voters in Stewart Taylor, Agnes Herwig, ed his heart and soul to the wall of ri.Oth25JnrGrsPayint
tTuesday's elction.tIrmafriedrichuBerice ShookewichChavenbeenputkonibylth
troops to the states of Guana-Juato uesdays election. IrmaFriedrich BerniPresident Clarence Cook Little, romance, and superbly dared to live women of the University "Forward
of "exterinatio " against the so- Both those favoring repeal and Max Fruhauf, Jr., Natalie Mestech- speaking on "Predisposition to his dreams. Although a member of March" is the fifth to be taken out In
called religious insurgents of those Ithose opposing it concentrated in, Mary Magaw, Revella Kopstein, Cancer as an Inherited Trait", last a distinguished Southern family, 'of town, and half of its cast hails repre
IJ. B: Friend, Elaine Townsend, A. night delivered the principal ad- Halliburton literally traveled the firom Detroit, besides the author of whot
states. rtheir attention on the state cap-B. Elliott, E. F. Lowery, Jessie dress on the 24th Michigan Night world over "on a shoestring. He the play, the general chairman, and itiesi
"Those rebel infantry who were tal, the wets demanding prompt Bourquin, Bettina Bush, R. M. radio program of the current series, found most of the poetic corners in three of the committee chairmen. Alum
action as a result of their poll tri- Eddy, Charles Mehlman, W Morris The program, a regular Thursday a prosaic world, fighting and laugh-, ,,ernor
Jan Adreau Almazan, federal,i , FowrdMrca.msia ta
fld commander,AwiredPresident umph and the drys equally anxi- Quin, Theodore Roethke, Mar- night fea r, ft on the air ing his way from one glorious ad- "Forward aemus a wome
Emilo Portes Gil, "but the veritable, ous to turn election defeat into garet Stearns, H. M. Bergstein, G. between 7 and 8 o'clock from the venture to another. of war time in a mythical women's room
butchery among them was stu- legislative victory. A. Longeway, Sherwood Winslow, new Morris hall studio through He worked his way on trampor i.enarghcnume'sf rom
vM. W Deutsch, George Goldstein, 'WJR, Detroit. steamers, climbed the slopes of republic. The large number of ceive
pendous." The latest returns on the refer- Jean Gurkin, C. C. Van Vechten, President Little's talk was the Fuji-yama, swam the Hellespont comedy characters, whose unusdal Ent
Greatest Battle In history endum to repeal the state prohibi- Jrand Ma Julian White third and concluding one which' he and ascended the Matterhorn. In work delighted the audience, did be p
Gen. Calles wired the president tion enforctment act gave: Yes, has given this year on the radio the gardens of the Ta Mahal, he much to make the play a successOrch
that the encounter at La Reforma 277,404; no, 145,299. The vote on Engineers Chosen programs dealing with medical spent a night before the phantom durmg its week's run here. the f
was "the greatest battle in Mexico's legalization of 2.75 per cent beer From the colleges of engineering subjects. He told of his various pool. He scaled the walls of the Only minor changes have been Ig t
revolutionary history. It was defi- was: Yes, 258,764; no, 148,131. and architecture: W. F. Hickes, J. findings in his research laboratory Acropolis and climbed Olympus, made in the play since it was pres- there
nitely decisive;. in it the rebels paid These totals included 2,003 of the Louis Levine, P. H. Farrar, J. C.Kohl, on the subject and pointed out just Stromboli, and Vesuvius. His dan- ented during the week of March 18 audit
dearly for thisTefamous revolu- 2,759 precincts. John Hessel, J. Salisbury, L. K. what the problem involved. ' gers in many cases were incredible at the Whitney theater. No changes chesi
tion." I The election was. merely an ex- Wenzel, O. B. Goldsmith, G. H Emil Lorch, Dean of the College but he laughed at the troubles, in have been necessary in the cast, theclub.
After the rebels retreated from pression of opinion and not a man- Wotring, and O. T. Zimmerman. of Architecture, spoke on "The Ex-, each case securing the greatest re- only substitutions being a few in ion
Jinmenez, which they held under' date to the legislature. Some of From the School of Education: tension of the Height of the Build- wards for his risks. the choruses. Most of the women pogr
fire for two days, Gen. Almazan's the wets, however, said they wotild Loraine Gay, Alpheus Green, Doro- ing Line", in which he traced the, Dives Eighty Feet who do not live in Detroit are ex- semb
forces entered the town Tuesday attempt to have any legiislator re- thy Weed, Beatrice Palmer, Flor growth of building practice and He tr led th trail of Ul 1eting to return home immediate- girls'
night and were allowed to sleep. alled vho voted against repeal ence Stevens, Martha Kandelin, A. what our great problems in plan-y ly after the performance and for
Seven burned bridges between and came from a district that fav- R. Moore, Bernice McHale, Ollie Ls ning the buildings in various sec- his g ook. O esey as toe h s ar rangent In
Jimenez and Santa Rosalia pre- ,ored repeal in Tuesday's election. Backus, Florence M. Robinson, tios of our cities are The com- his guidebook. Only recently he ocial
vented the rebels escaping by train. Bills which would carry out the Sarah Kaplan, Marjorie Barber plex nature of our needs for dove 80 feet into the sacred well of ave been made. Univ
Gen. Almazan brought the Pres- wishes of the majority of the peo- Doris Doolittle, and Collerohe ulation in building makes it an i-Chh Itza Yucatan, and swam is the second Junior Girl ne
idential Guards regiment, contain- pe, as expressed in the ref eren- IDrsDoitead Cleoejulto nbidngmksi nI-the, Panama canal. This i h ecn5uio il'ing
ing in yandartileryaongtnhavealreadybeenint cXrassovsky. From the Medical portant problem according to Pro- Tickets for this number on the Play directed by Phyllis Loughton, I exte
ng i ryad School: F. D. Johnston, E. J. Doty, 'fessor Lorch and it should be tht Oratorical Association lecture course I'28, which has been taken to De- 1will
railroad track, and attacked as the by State Senator Thomas M. Dun- W. M. Sams, and A. A. Applebaum. subject of more study. a ilalesat lere ooks troit. In 1927, "Eight 'til Eight" Mrs.
cavalry charged. can, Milwaukee Socialist, who also From the dental school: . . The concluding talk on the pro- be available at Slaters book t Mrs.
Federal airplanes dropped 75- was the author of the referendums. FinemanH G. Wellman, and V. E. gram was delivered by Prof. Harlowfollowing the spring vacation wn junior class was presented of th
pound demolition bombs an the Senator Duncan said he was Rein. From the business adminis- 0. Whittemore of the landscape and may be had by addressing the hn junir cass, was pesn the g
teer trains, hrbut lhtbanidos-edousitory"a ofithehe t nre- op .Mn eindprmn.PoesrWi-office of the Association in room 'inOcesr al.Teperisio ing o
m tration school; Randolph B. Mon- !design department. Professor Whit- e3211 Angell Hall.sn of the Senate Committee on Stu- Smit
their ,trains, but flight was impos- dons victory of the wets and pre- roe and G. F. Dewhirst, and fromI temore's talk entitled "Planning ie.dn far asgvnta eri
sible. Machine gun and rifle fire dicted that it would be followed' n .F ehrt n rmtmtstl nild Pnm,_______ dent Affairs was given that year in
mowled tahm down likedweedsewhile ithlegshav ton comlyingd the forestry school, Frank Hey- the Garden for Color Effect," dealt view of the fact that only three"
mowed them dwn like weeds while with legislativc action complying ward. with the sundry problems which, GRADUA TE WINS months remained to complete the! Th
shrapnel levelled whole squads. withthe legslatur wilnever pass The initiation banquet will be the planning of a garden involves L UVAIN AWAD $000,000 fund necessary for the tio
'LRE JU Ta repealer bill," countered Rev. held at the Union some time just andelin teking we ms omen e building. melo
Warren G. Jones, state superinten- before the May Festival. Notice of a garden the beauty of which will Thomas Elliot Weir, Grad, has the
RHODES TESTS dent of the Anti-Saloon league. "It election is being mailed to the ad- last throughout the greater part of been awarded a twelve months fel- ATHLETIC PLANT
looks as though we carried a ma..Idress given in the. Student Direc- lowship at the University of Lou- TO REMAIN OPEN Rapi
toythe year. T E A NO E ai
According to a report from Lon- jority of the counties, and I look tory for each of the candidates.
:_:_ __ L_._ As for thie musical numbers on vim, it was announced recently by assoc

dy Club Will Open Theater;
Miss Amy Loomis To
Be Director
e new women's league build-
will be formally opened by the
nae council with the co-op-
on of the board of governors
undergraduate women on the
noon and evening of Satur-
May 4, when receptions for
eneral public will be held from
ock to 6 o'clock in the after-
and that night from-8 o'clock
parts of the building will be
vn open to the visitors and
s who are acquainted with the
Is concerning the various
s of interest about the build-
ill conduct groups through at
ar intervals. Invitations have
sent to all contributors to the
for the building as well as
roups of Michigan women
ighout the county. It was de-
simply to extend a general
ation to the undergraduates
faculty as well as the towns-
e instead of selecting persons
rge numbers for individual
Hostesses Named 'i
the receiving line will be
sentatives of the three groups'
combine in the various activ-
of the league, namely the
nae council, the board of gov-
's, and the undergraduate
n. In addition, mwte oti'e
groups after whom certain
s have been named will re
in each one of those rooms.
ertainment for the guests will
rovided by the members .i
esis, the girls' Glee club, and
resljnan girls' Glee club. Dur-
he afternoon and evening
will be a program in the
orium theater given by Or-
s and the regular girls' Glee
During the afternoon recep-
period, there will also be' a
am of songs given in the as-
ly room by the freshman
Glee club.
addition, there will be a spe-
dance for the women of the
ersity to be held that night in
)f the large rooms of the build-
Preference in the privilege of
ding invitations to . escorts
be accorded senior women.
George Patterson is in charge
e various social events while
eneral chairman of the open-
f the building is Mrs. Shirley
Will Present "Granite"
e theater within the building
be opened with the"presenta-
of "Granite", Clement Dane's
drama, by Comedy Club for
week beginning Monday, May
aul Stephenson of the Grand
ds Civic theater who has been
iated with numerous distin-

don, the bill tp readjust the ter- first of all for legislators to follow Anyone whose name is in the above the program, Theodore Harrison, the C. R. B. Educational Founda the benefit of students re- i
ritorial distribution of -scholarships the wishes of their constituents list and who does not receive no- head of the voice department inition of Belgium. This makes the maining in Ann Arbor during the c
bequeathed by the late Cecil Rhodes Irather than the state as a whole." tice should communicate with the the University School of Music, de- second fellowship that has been spring vacation the intramural Furth
for the benefit of American and The vote ran much the same as secretary of the local chapter, livered a series of vocal selections. awarded to Weir, the first being building and the Yost field house' the
British dominion students at Ox- in the 1926 referendum on me- Prof. R. S. Swinton, 302 Engineer- the Cole Fellowship in Botany, a will be n t s lt vate
ford has passed the committee moralizing Congress to modify the ing Annex. two year award at the University. e a ec a willb
stage of the House of Lords and is Volstead 'act, although the major- Candidates must signify their ac- JFENCERS'RECEIVE tWeir, who is a candidate for Ph.yesterday by the athletic associa- i
no npoe.jity was not as great as three years ceptance of membership before I E T RWiwoi acniaefrP.1tion. The varsity track team catio
n .yeLETTER AWARDSD. 1929, was awarded the fellow- will'be using the field house, while in ch
Unanimity regarding the bill has ago. April 25. 'ship on the basis of a thesis onsMi
been reached by the trustees A major "M" and five other group- ICytology and he is to continue this ed use of the new intramural ! be re
accepting the contention put for- GLIDER SECTION TO DEMONSTRATE three letters and four AMA's have study at the Belgium University. sports building. popul
ward on behalf of Jamaica and; SHIP R A VIA TION CONFERENCE been awarded to members of the ----- mati
Bermuda that the three scholar-SH P FORAVATON CON ER NC fencing team by the Athletic asso-CRISIS COMES IN TRANSPORTATION will 1
ships accorded these islands should .I. ciation. The awards have been de- A activ
be guaranteed against reduction as Three glider demonstrations be- ig shock-cord the latter drops out cation The pres have e - AS STUDENTS RUSL TO GErT HOME Loom
already provided for those which fore delegates to the All-American of its hook on the front of the fus- layed until the present, Coach El-: ASSTUD NTSzUSH O .GE. HOMactin
concern the United States, Canada, Aircraft show and the Intercolleg-I elage, leaving the glider free and in ton E. Wiseman said, because thdsma tinn
NewFondan, ustalaNe ite vitin onerecewil e he fllflgh.[ Athletic association was undecided! That Michigan's annual spring tions were made in preparatioon! been
NeaandndSouth Arica, nRho- proam ofthe orca Glier secton The demonsg as to the degree of the letters to be recess opens up one of the most for the last minute rush tonight, her
Zealand, South Africa, and Rho--(program o the local Glider section The demonstrations are being given acute transportation problems of most of the new drivers being stu
desia. during the spring holidays. These staged at the request of the Nation-gie.;auetnsoatnprbmsf!otofheewdvrsengt-
The major sport letter has been any city its size in the middle dents, wishing to earn a few extra
11,_____ wlakeplacthsecato'fl Ailg 'aatl Ge given Herbert A. Wiggers, '29, for west has been definitely shown in dollars in this manner.
Oeatheri felnar13a t tersection' fLngd derconductrencea intrconueante gi-winning the conference champion- figures compiled at the taxi, rail- Special trains east and west,!
des and the River road, wind anthehe aviation conference and the ship with the epee, while the other road and bus stations during the hourly buses to all points of Ohio,
- M's are given to Robert D. Gordon, past three years. The ever-in- Michigan and Indiana, express Pro
weather permitting. aircraft show. An effort is also be- '31, Maurice JLz '30, Albert K. creasing population at the uni- interurbans direct to the larger rheto
--~~' iglThe ship used will be the school- ngmade, according to Donald F St. Stolpman, '31M., Carl W. Ham versity has made tremendous ex- population centers, have all been place
mer '30. Wiggers also is to be pansion i transportation neces- lined up for the great exodus this stude
dents under the direction of Milton ciation, to interest aircraft manu- awarded the M. AMA's were given sary, until, with today's exodus, afternoon and tonight. The ten of St
E. Stoughton, '29E. technical expert facturers in the relation between William Dowsett, '30E., Leonard S. taxi and bus service to out-going days' vacation is made as much latte
' Freidman,'31, Marshal S. Schutz trains will be nearly doubled over use of, say local agents, as theaco
arned to glide behind anautomo- view to securing their financial co- , ' a g ,a "the same period two years ago. Christmas or mid-year t

ed groups in many parts of
ountry is directing the show.
er announcements regarding
cast as well as a special. pri-
opening night performance
oe made immediately after va-.
n, according to the committee
ss Amy Loomis, '22, who will
membered for her very great
larity on this campus in dra-
cs during her enrollment here,
be the full time director of all
ities of the theater. Miss
tis has had wide experience in
g as well as directing and has
in the profession ever sineq
f. Roy W. Cowden of the
)ric department is taking the
of Joseph A. Bursley, dean of
ants, on the Board in Control
udent Publications during the
r's leave of absence in Europe,
rding to an announcement
e yesterday by Prof. Morris P.

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