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Vol. XXXIX, No. 142. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1929
Official Of Packard Mills Will Speak On Senior Canes Ready
Motors Will Speak City Purchase Bureau For Early Ordering
STDNS PER~~I ril pasCONGRESS SOS LN AUEFR eirCnsRay A
!Speaker Has Experienced Varied Seniors Are Delinquent In Purchase
GeealIxeutive Roles In Privae T nrIS O es Thi Yr580 Hav
Sales Manager, Will Give Address De Bennrdre
BEFORESTAT TAXDsigned For Seniors ZEAL IN CLEARING EHREEorN' O=s v
Joseph E. Mills, commissioner of Orders for senior canes will be
Raymond Chamberlain, general purchases and supplies for the city rltaken during the remainder of this
sales manager for the Packard of Detroit, will deliver a lecture at week and a special attempt will be
G UT N car company, will speak in 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in LNmade by Wagner and Company to
310 of the Union at 7:30 room 2203 Angell Hall, using as his have them delivered in time for
o clock tonight, using as his sub-1I subject "How a City Buys." The Cane Day, Sunday, May 5, accord-
COMMITTEE TO TAKE NEXT ject, 'Opportunities and Problems AWAIT FARM RELIEF MEASURES program is being given under the MILITARY BALL WILL OPEN ing to an announcement made yes- ASBE
STEP IN ATTEMPTED of the Graduate." The lecture is TO COME THROUGH MCNARY Bureau of Government of the Uni- SERIES OF SPRING terday by class officers. A nominal
COMEBACK open to all university students, FARM COMMITTEE versity, and is in charge of Row- DANCES 1 charge will be added to the regular
Jwith a special invitation to seniors. (_land Egger, graduate student in price of the canes to cover service
The program isbenspnoebychreotebua.
CONLON INTRODUCES BILL Alpha Kappasin sponsored by RATIFY DAWES SELECTION chMillssalso the superintendent of ROSS GORMAN WILL PLAY expenses in getting them here for M
Chamberlain has been the ca- motor transportation for Detroit, Seniors who were among the first
Andreae, Holmes, Bayne, Wachs, j pacity of sales manager for the Minority Parties Make Numerous having written "Garage Manage- Senior Ball, Architects' May Party to place their orders may get them Seven
And Patrick Appear Before State Packard concern since 1916. In his Sallies On Republican Ways j ment and Control", which was Will Follow Military Ball On now by calling at Wagner's, while
Taxation Committee discussion he plans to clear up Of Legislative Procedure published by the A. W. Shaw com- Consecutive Weekends the remaining orders are expected
some of the hazy conceptions of pany, of Chicago. He has been - -thereaitin thenexteday
Members of the tax committee of graduating students on obtaining (By Associated Press) consultant to the contract commit- Starting on the night of Friday,o A count of the number of cane s
the Interfraternity Council resum- permanent employment. The op- WASHINGTON, April 16.-Con- tees in Philadelphia, service man- April 26, three of the University's sold to the graduating class totals North
ed their uphill fight for the exemp- portunities of the motor world will gress heeded the wishes of the ad- ager for the Packard Motor car premier social functions will be 580 which is low compared to or- Jacob
tion of fraternity and sorority also be explained in a round table ministration for a fast extra ses- company, and has held numerous hero capuswen teicders of past yetr-.Jab
property from taxation yesterday meeting to be held immediately sion as it sped rapidly through the positions with smaller concerns, held on the campus, when the es o pas years. anit
morning at Lansing when they after the lecture. second day's task at the capital acting in the same capacity. Military Bal, the Senior Ball, w
were granted a public hearing be-i today, and cleared the way for In accepting the University's in- and the Architects' May Party fol- an
fore the taxation committee of the business operations. vitation to speak here,. C. E. Righ- low each other on successive Fri- Kadis
state senate. The hearing took(I After hearing the first message tor, chief accountant of the Detroit dnadi
place in the senate chambers at 10 I 1 I I Lof President Hoover, both the Sen- au of Research, speaking for dlys.hPeenofftrealHOthrteeof the zard,
o'clock. Members of the Inter-I Late and House disposed of other Mills, stated that the lecture should S gdances were under way when ga
fraternity Council who spoke in be-,imdaebsns n ihna prove of interest to a large number Spring vacation began, and since oo He
NITAImmediate business and within DELILg1ILei~
half of the bill before the senate hour adjourned to tof Michigan students because of the resumption of school, the com
committee were Harold Andreae relief measures, which are coming ,theirmportance the mitteesfrthe
'2 RoetHle 3, jeLf thcomtes which he has held, and the wide ite o h parties have begun ___ Big
Bayner'29,Edward Wachs '29,and om experience he has been able to on the final stages of the plans. (Offical 'Complete Agenda Of Entire way 1
Kenneth G. Patrick '29. The hear- Farm Bill In Offerig gain through years of public con-' Military Ball Comes First Plenary Session Of Model 1eagu
ing was attended by several mem- Second Annual Concert To Be The House will formally receive nection. The Military Ball, sponsored by League Of Nations versit
Given Tonight In Morris Hall its new $500,000,000 farm market- this a
brs of the state senior body other y Little Symphony ing control bill from the com- ithe local R. O. T. C. corps and Confe
mtteanas h adjourn shorty mittees tomorrow and will swing 1Iby Scabbard and Blade, will be MO V T f OPEN- Iill
iittee, and was adjourned shortly. into consideration of it Thursday. edontengh fAr! 6i will si
__M[ntengtEfArl2Rosdeaino tTusdy11 len Registration of more than 140 The
after noon by the chairman. The ARRhANtE SPECtAL MUS TC ine Senate adjourned until Thurs- Ihe Union ballroom, with Ross he
next step in the process will be the Th__naeadoundntlThrs, I S ilteUioialom
xhe day, at which time Chairman Mc- Gorman and his orchestra furnish- delegates, representing 23 colleges a ra
action of the committee, which will Elaborate preparations for the Nary of the agriculture committee, ing the music. Tickets which may throughout Michigan, for the Model the s
take the form of either reporting second annual Italian musicale to said he expected to introduce the be obtained at the R. O. T. C. of- Assembly of the League of Nations seven
the bill to the senate or killing it be presented at 7:30 o'clock tonight relief bill now in formulation by fice or from any member of the will take place between 10 and 3 of thSca e
mn committee. in Morris hall are expected to re- his committee. corps or of Scabbard and Blde o'clock next Friday, it has been an- a on
Bill Resembles Previous Measure sult in a large audience, it was an- The Senate, at the suggestion of -have been selling rapidly, B. P. nounced by the Student Christian dropp
The present bill was introduced nounced late yesterday by those in Senator Watson of Indiana, the Sparkling New Comedy By Author Sherwood '29, general chairman, association which is sponsoring the Satur
into the senate by Sen. Ernest T. charge. There will be no admission majority leader, went into execu- Of "The Road To Rome" Will said last night. There are some assembly fieldi
Conlon, of Grand Rapids, on March 1 charge. tive session after the brief open Open April 22 left at the price of $4.50, he an-The program will begin at 2 to wi
21, and is registered as Senate bill Nicholas Falcone has organized session today to act upon two of pounced. Ticket reservations will o'clock with the showing of a mo-
number 303. The features of the an orchestra of 15 pieces to render I tonnced.iTncpetturseavaLinnshwil. FrI
torndr e many important executive PA tion picture at Lane hall. From: h
nubr33PTefauesoLhAnorhsrYf 5pee TO RUN ONE WEEK: expire at the end of this week, he 3:30 o'clock until 5:30 the first h
bill are the same as those of the operatic selections and to furnish nominations forwarded to it ashort PT RN EE said, but a "psnth sae i rat]
Darin bill which was so uncere- accompaniment for the soloists, it time before by Mr. Hoover. plenary session of the League will a rat
moniously killed in committee after was reported. This orchestra will Immediate confirmations were Mimes will open their production open to the whole campus. be held at the Congregational urd
being introduced into the house of include not only the usual violins given the nominations of Charles of Robert Emmet Sherwood's bril- The music by Gorman will be church, where President Clarence comb
representatives. Special interest and viols, but other stringed in- G. Dawes, former vice-president to ant comedy, "The Queen's Hus- broadcast over station WJR of De- Cook Little will deliver the welcom- and
shown by several members of the struments and representatives of be ambassador to Great Britain band." next Monday, April 22, for a troit, it. was said. Gorman's or- ing address to the visiting dele- featu
senate in the features of the bill other harmonic sections, including and of Joseph L. Dixon, forme' week's run at Mimes theater, in- ; chestra, which records for Victor gates. - Dr. Stephan P. Duggan di- the fc
was responsible for its reintroduc- rasses and wood winds. Montana senator, to be the first cluding a Saturday matinee. It under the name of The Virginians, rector of the Institution of Inter- Tc
tion in slightly different form, To Resemble Small Symphony assistant secretary of the interior. will be presented in accordance will have as a feature the leader national Education and widely b
since it was believed that the chok- Thus the orchestra will include The other noninations were sent with the popular production at the 'himself who plays more than 16 known as an author, lecturer, and ignso
ing administered by the house was usdh Playhouse in New York City. different instruments and who is a teacher, will take the chair at this Ign
the direct result of intensive action practically all the units necessary to committees in accordance with Plahoed i NwYorknw Ciy a dipfert intr and of ite aern wi nt the redat thshits
forasmaly Sherwood is well known as a composer and arranger of note, opening session until the president u
by the several Ann Arbor interests sonnel of the orchestra 'is reported running operations were not swift keen author, another of his well- Seniors Plan Festivities has been elected. This initial meet- i
including 'the Chamber of Com- to consist exclusively of expert mu- enough to curb some Democratic I known contributions being "The Tickets for the Senior Ball are ing will be taken up primarily with docile
merce. Prominent local men, un- sicians, and with Mr. Falcone con- quips and in both branches the I Road To Rome," which enjoyed still on sale, Loy Sutherland, '29, technical business, and procedure 7-to-
connected with the Unversity oi ducting an expert performance is minority party leaders got in some many successful performances. said yesterday. They will be n for the remainder of the assembly On
the student organizations, have assured, according to Mr. Napoli. sharp, if good natured, remarks. The cast chosen to prod:uce "The sale all afternoon today, tomar- will be determined.the
been emphatically active in swing- Since only a limited number of - McNary Prepares Bill Queen's Husband" includes most of row, and Friday at booths in the 'cloTickets Still Available the
ing the axe on the interfraternity iUinadi nelhltepie A 'lc rdyteoeigl
measure ever since its introduc-I programs have been printed, per- After Senator McNary announ- the outstanding players on the Union and in Angell hall, the price k on
tiont d sons intending to go to the concert ced that the new farm bill would campus. Among those who have being $5.00, it was given out. This banquet, for which tickets may be Jb
State College Sends Group and wishing to be sure of having a be in shape for introduction by parts are Kenneth S. White, '29, as too is an all-campus sale. This I oue d ane all for $1.50, terfie
Between eighty and one hundred program are advised by officials to Thursday and ready for considera- King Eric VIII; Norman D. Brown, dance is to be held on the night of G e held at the Union. Sir short
prominent fernity and orord clip the one which appears in the tion by Monday, Senator Robinson '30, as Granton, his secretary; Friday, May 3, at the Union, with George Foster will deliver the repla
prominent fraterityand sororitye:cli Daily Official Bulletin of today's of Arkansas, Democratic leader, Richard C. Kurvink, '29 as General Charles Dornberger and his Victor principal address and will be intro- l
members of Michigan State college'Daily, asked the Oregon senator if he ex- I Northrop, the prime minister; Recording orchestra playing. uc b of. esse S. Reeves after ling
wereudng pseta ten earingde Although admission will be free pected a unanimous report from George Tremble, '30 as Lord Birton, The orchestra for the Architects' dance at the new Women's Athletic isprin
were present at the hearing in ahe to students, members of the faculty his committee on the bill. McNary foreign minister; Josephine Ran- May Party, which will be held on buildinisza
senate chambers yesterday and as- and all others interested, small said he was not ready to anticipate kin, '30 as Queen Martha; Eugenie Friday, May 10,: in Barbour gym ur able f
isted in the hearing. Attorney ch rnuncopnedb dI. htwud apn Chapel, '32 as Princess Anne;i nasium, is as yet unannounced-pSarday morning, the second
Shelby Schurtz, of Grand Rapids, ,children unaccompanied by adults; what would happen. I. hpl 3 sPics ne nsu.i sytuanucd plenary session will be opened by
and former prosecuting attorney will not be admitted, it was said. In the House, Representative Helen C. Carrm, '30 and Helen I Competition for the design of the I the president at 9 o'clock and the For
Harold Smedley, of Muskegon, whoI Miss Lewis To Sing Garner of Texas, making his first Bachelor, grad, as ladies in wait- decorations is now underway and report from Committee One from will b
ss sted in drawing up the Conlon hMiss Thelma Lewis, soprano of I bow as the Democratic leader, in- ing; George W. Priehs, '30, as Fell- I the winner will soon be announced. HighlandPark will be given on the slated
AnnounetPatons' istawdmissin ofhussianseco
ill, were among those who spoke the faculty of the School of Music, terrupted the organization of co man, liberal; Ch s P. Moye, Announce Patrons' List
in its behalf. Michigan State col- will sing two groups of solos. ShRe ubica ng enoug o c W. Johnson, '30, as Prince William. Patrons for the Military Ball, as Professor To Be honored corne
lge students in their statements is well known to local music loversany of those in the cast had announced by the committee, will I A luncheon in honor of Prof. Pit- Roga
before the committee pointed out by virtue of several radio recitals leading parts in Mimes' recent suc- be President Clarence Cook Little man Potter, of the political science behin
Ghat more than three-fourths of both here and in Detroit. cess, "In the Next Room,,and Mrs. Little, Prof. Fielding . department of the University of with
the comparatively high taxes paid? Benjamin Z. Ing, tenor, who will Yost -and Mrs. Yost, Prof. H..C. {Wisconsin, will be given Saturday Heide
by fraternity and sorority members sing two solos, is a Chinese stu- The scene of the play is laid in Anderson and Mrs. Anderson, Dean noon at the Union for all members mani
in East Lansing went to the sup- dent enrolled here as a special a mythical and anonymous king- John Effinger and Mrs. Eflinger of the International Relations clubs Michi
port of the public schools of that student in the College of Engi dom situated on an island in the Dean H. C. Sadler and Mrs. Sadler, of the participating schools. Profes- mer i
city, thus making the parents of neering, and is in addition taking Noith Sea somewhere between Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Smith, Prof. r Potter has had a great deal of the P
the students in residence liable for a number of courses in the School ILDenmark and Scotland. W. E. Lay and Mrs Lay, Prof. J. S. experience in the field of interna- Aleeci
A bl t xatonr and in one case of Music. Tickets for the performances can Worley and Mrs. Worley, Prof. A. i tional relations and has been sent man.

EIGHT PAGES
RsiTY BASEBALL
M OPENS WITH
CK DRAWS ASSIGNMENT TO
HURL IN FIRST BIG
TEN TILT
RON 6OES TO SHORT
Veterans Will Start For
Michigan; Only Three
Wildcats Experienced
PROBABLE LINEUPS
western:- Michigan:-
s, cf. - Nebelung, cf
a, lf. Corriden, lf.
artz, 2b Straub, rf.
e, ss. Kubicek, 2b.
ant, lb. Weintraub, 3b
on, rf. McCoy, 1b.
3b. Myron, ss.
e., c. Truskowski, c.
sh, McAleeceAsbeck, p.
deman, p.
Ten baseball will get' under
here only a day after the big
es when Northwestern Uni-
y's team comes to Ferry field
.fternoon to open the Western
rence season for the second
in as many years. The game
tart at 4:05 o'clock.
Wildcat nine has experienced
ther disastrous trip through
outh winning but two of the
games played although none
e defeats were by more than
e run margin. Northwestern
ed its initial Big Ten tilt last
day to Purdue when faulty
ng permitted the Boilermakers
n, 7 to 4.
Purple Appears Powerful
Purple combination showed
her powerful offensive against
e, slashing out 12 hits off the
ned deliveries of McReynolds
Schupp. Extra base . clouting
red in the scoring of three of
our Wildcat tallies.
years ago Northwestern came
from a rather dismal showing
uthern diamonds to rout Mich-
10 to 7, a shower of 16 base
rattling off the bats of the
)edly weak hitting Purple
Last year the club was more
and submitted meekly to a
defeat.
y three of the men who faced
Volverine's in the two games
'ear will make an appearance
Ferry field this afternoon.
s will again be patrolling cen-
Id, Prange will find himself at
stop instead of second base
ing the veteran Luke John-
ast year's captain who had a
at major league ball this
g. The third man to return
rd third sacker who is a cap-
ielder but not a hard hitter.
New Men In Lineup
the rest, Coach Maurie Kent
e using new men. Wanita is
for left field, Schwartz at
d base, Oliphant at the initial
r and Kadison at right field.
n, a capable receiver, will be
d the plate for Northwestern
either Pannosh McAleece or
man on the mound. Heide-
is the only hurler who faced
gan last year, relieving Pal-
n the tilt at Evanston where
urple lost again 6 to 2. Mc-
e is a made over first base-

without any representation. Fig- Leonard Falcone has voluntered be obtaed by mai by D. Moore and Mrs. Moore, Major the cooperation of the Fre
ures relative to the inequalities of I to come from Lansing to play in (By Associated Press) i calling the Union for reservations. Reinold Melberg and Mrs. Melberg. Carnegie Endowment for Peace. by Cc
the present assessments in Ann his brother's orchestra and present ,ANSING April 16.-The Michi Prof. Robert T. Crane, of the pol- open
Arboras' etween fraternity and two trombone solos. The other gan state Seai moved oday to Wahr eturns Fromtical science department, will speak ed th
sorority property and Ann Arbor soloist will be Otis Orra Patton.p pF at this luncheon. pe l
business property were presented ;_ithe state's statute books after an . Eastern ConferenceI The third session of the assembly liant
busnes prpery wre resinterval of almost 100 years in ____which will open at 2 o'clock Satur-- sight
wmgan students. Exemption was thich lfe impriseonaent has een Prof. Fred B. Wahr, assistant day afternoon, will bring under con- nings
claimed also on the basis of the Pi1IPF U TINh m u nedean of students, who is acting in sideration the questions of Disar- nextt
present Usity dormitory- non bill, providing death for first teay d ing mament, Opium, and Mandates. Wildc
resent Universiyo yee murders, was passed by a the capacity of the dean during, The final banquet will be given at time
deremres a asdb ,I! ! h ia aqe building program. It was shown 'o~o the absence of 3. A. Bursley, re-!11161 JJ116..ii
vote of 21 to 10. It carries provi- the national the Union at 6:30 o'clock Saturday and
that twelve states already have ifsin' fr a rf1redum'nxt yar. turned yesterday from tentoa n
that twelve states a reasions for a referendum next year. conference of deans held at Wash- eeig o
legislation exempting such proper- The measure still must run a longcothencwek as lh(AssociatedPre)engfoN
ty in conectionwith stae10dand ington, D. C. during the past weekU n
tional institutions, while in many gauntlet in the House, however, and eans from nealy allsof the PARIS, Apl 16.-Dr.i Hjalmar ' " M
Polcthere is believed to be at least a W colleges nn Schacht, chief of the German dele- H etThe
other states exemption is effected Police searh for three badly even chance that Governor Fred W.larger collegereitiesnhe
bye taitcnsntonteasesig10were in attendance a ainto the second Dawes cm-HveRun LDetroit i lineul
by tacit consent of the assessgwanted thugs who shot two police- Green never will be called upon t which fill- mittee, today told his colleagues on;forme
a e c e .sign th e bill.-the co m ittest atsheiche ule ofsR es ond ng owa larehd m anilf rm
The senate taxation committee men and slugged a taxi-driver was: _ignthebl_ ed the program of the convention. the committee that the schedule of Responding to a large demand game
hhel en p h Dean Wahr reported many inter- reparations annuities demanded by for a return presentation, due to hind1
which held the public hearing da on turned northward last night in an Candidates For Delta estinand helpful suggestions and the allied nations exceeded Ger- the overwhelming success of its at sh
the Conlon bill yesterday consis attempt to apture the trio who shot a et ba - many's capacity to pay. He prom-first run, George C. Tyler's produc- seon
of Senators Lennon, Binning, Stev- William Marz, 30, of Ann Arbor, Sigma Rho Announced ideas which were brought up b ised to present figures of his own tion of Shakespeare's "Maccth"
ens, K solowich, HeidkamHorto and a fore the groups in session. tomorrow, which wil be discussed will be seen at the Masonic Audi-
Delta Sigma Rho, national foren- min connection with a memoran- torium, Detroit, four days begin-
committee on the bill will prob- last report of the fleeing band was sic and speaking society for menidum presented by the creditor na ning Wednesday at 8:15 with mat "Th
ably be at an early date, as the from Flinnt where they stopped for and women, yesterday announced tions on Saturday. inees Friday and Saturday after- erset
entire legislative program -will be gasoline at 4:30 yesterday morning. the names of those students whol -Dr. Schacht's stand was received noons. Florence Reed, Lyn Hard- prod
completed in approximately two j Officers Irwin Keebler and Martz are eligible for membership in the in some quarters as merely repe- ing, and William Far ium will be two
-weeks time. stopped the trio here at 2:20 yes- organization. They are: Elliott - a senting the viewpoint of the Ger- seen in the leading roles. and

ddy Asbeck has been chosen
oach Ray Fisher to pitch the
r.The tall right hander twirl-
e initial tilt against the Pur-
st year ond turned in a bril-
game. He had a perfect game in
until the eighth and ninth in-
when an error by Morse in the
to the last frame allowing the
ats to reach first for the first
in the game. Izard's single
Prang's double, the only hits
orthwestern, were grouped in
inth for the lone tally,
chigan Front Almost Same
remainder of the Wolverine
p will be the same that per-
d in most of the southern
s. Joe Truskowski will be be-
the plate. while Mvrrn will be
ortstop with Kubicek back at
d base.
PLAY PRODUCTION
e Constant Wife," W. Som-
Maugham's success, has been
ced by Play Production for
special performances Friday
Saturday night of this week.

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