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Vol. XXXIX, No. 144.



ffSeniors Given Last Opportunity To
Pay Class Fees And Give
Graduation Orders
Seniors in the literary college willI
today have their last opportunity
to pay class dues and order an-
nouncemen and invitations, ac-
cording to James E. Duffield, treas-
SALE OF TICKETS PROMISES urer of the class of 1929. The booth
PACKED HOUSE TO HEAR in the corridor of University hall
RICHARD HALLIBURTON will be maintained until 5 o'clock
A____I this afternoon, after which time
S TRAVELED FAR further orders will be refused, ac-
cording to the committee.
FINDING ADVENTURE aoda's'activities conclude a dues,
collectionand announcement and
Oratorical Association Lecturer Has invitation campaign of more than
Had A Varied Career Of one month's duration, during which
Adventure time a dispute as to the individual's
right to order the cards without
Due to the unprecedented de- paying class dues has been brought
mand for tickets to Richard Halli- up by members of the class. The
burtn's ectue net Moda nghtofficers of the class are maintaining
burton's lecture next Monday night itheir position in that matter, and
special amplifiers will be installed dues mustbp t in rd
11 illaudtorumit as nnon-dues must be 'paid today in order;'
in Hill' auditorium, it was announ- to place orders for the graduation
ced yesterday by Carl G. Brandt of favors.
the speech department, financial _avr_._
manager of the Oratorical Associa-
tion lecture course.
The amplifiers are being installed
in anticpation of a packed house
for Halliburton's appearance be-
cause of the great demand for
single admission seats.
The son of a distinguished and
well-to-do Southern family, Halli-I
burton .felt the urge of adventure
and romance upon his graduation Three Faculty Members Deliver I
from Princeton in 1921. Since that Speeches On Last Michigan
time, he has traveled the world Night Program
over, visiting all the poetic and l
prosaic corners of the globe, F CN IET UI
making his way from place to place ifALCONE DIRECTS MUSIC
literally on a "shoestring."
Scaled Matterhorn Three speeches by members of
He scaled the Matterhorn in the the faculty of the University and a
dead of winter; climbed the Him- series of college and classical mu-.
alyas and the Andes; and was the sical selections played by the Var-
first person in history to ascend sity band, consisting of 100 pieces
Mt. Fujimaya during the winter. under the direction of Nicolas Fal-
He has visited with the Gods from unde the diet co as Fal-
the summit of Mount Olympus and cone, last night constituted the
Mount Parnassus, looked into the. twenty-fifty and concluding Michi-
vast craters of Aetna, Stromboli, gan Night radio program of the i
and Popocatepetl. . year. . The program was broadcast
With Homer for a guide, this between 7 and 8 o'clock from thel
young adventurer completely re-
traveled the. wanderings of Ulysses new Morris hall studio over WJR,
-immortalized in the Odyssey. He Detroit.
ran the original marathon and was Shirley W. Smith, secretary and;
the first person since Byron to business manager of the Univer-
swim the Hellespont in the wake sity, delivered the opening talk of
of Leander. the evening, speaking on "Thef
He has swum strange and for- : Self-Supporting S t u d e n t ." Mr.1
bidden places-the pool before the ,Smith told of the various meansi
Taj Mahal and the entire 50 mile which students of the University1
length of the Panama Canal. from employ to pay their way through
sea to sea, where, for the first time college and gave considerable ad-
in history, the locks were opened vice to the high-school student who
to admit a swimmer, and to give intends to partly pay his way. 1
Halliburton the distinction of be-
inlg the smalle t vessel in history Prof. Erich A. Walter of the
rhetoric department, spoke on
to navagate the great canal. n "Randolph Bourne" telling of his
His most recent expedition was)
into Latin America, where he re- I life and his ideals, Professor Walter
,h f considered this man as one of the1

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Chief Of Germ
That His Co
Of Paying

ian Delegation Asserts
untry Is Incapable
g Allied Demand


The BoardTin Control of Stu-
dent Publications will hold its
meeting for the appointment of
Managing Editor and Business
Manager of The Michigan Daily,
the Michiganensian, and the
Gargoyle on May 6, 1929, andI
not on May 11 as was previouslyI
announced. Each applicant for
a position is requested to file
seven copies of his letter of ap-
plication at the Board office inf
the Press building not later than
April 26 for the use of the mem-
bers of the Board. CarbonI
copies, if legible, will be satis-
factory. Each letter should state
the facts as to the applicant's
experience upon the paper orI
elsewhere, so far as -they may-)
have any bearing upon his qual-
ifications for the position sought,I
and any other fact which the



(By Associated Press) I applicant may deem relevant.
PARIS, April 18.-The second E. R. SUNDERLAND,
Dawes committee has failed in its | Business Manager, Board in
purpose to re-delimit German re- I Control of Student Publications
parations for the damage of the o o
World War.
The conference, which for ten
effort to get a figure mutually ac- ESG
ceptable to the allied natioils and
to the German republic, tonight
seemed definitely wrecked.
To Appoint Sub-Committee
A sub-committee will be appoint-
ed tomorrow to prepare a report to Futuristic 1Mlctropolis Will Bel
the several governments stating Setting For Annual Dance
the "why" of the failure. This sub- In Architect School
committee, conceivably, may furn- -_
ish a loop-hole through which re- I KETS QNSALETODA
vival of the conference could be
sought, but the general opinion to-t
night did not anticipate such a de- u e at c wi"in
velopmient. design has been selected for the
DE. Hjalmar Schacht, chief of the next Architect's May Party, to be
Gr. Hdlegcat todaymade held on the night of May 10 in
German delegation, today made B7bu ymaim wsmd
continuation of the conference Barbour gymnasium, was made
hopeless when he stated def- yesterday by Fred Sevald, '29A,
initely that the payment of even general chairman of the affair. The
one-half of the total sums de- prize-winming design for the decc
mand must be conditional on orative scheme was the brainchild
abolition of the Danzig corridor. o C. Wayne Mead, '3T, and will
revision of the frontier of Upper b a tp
Silesia and immediate return of ceiling to be used was done by Paul
the Saar valley to Germany. Jarnegan, '29A. ,
A sub-committee headed by Lord Tickets for the dance are now
Revelstoke had met today to en- on sale from 12:45 o'clock until
deavor to bring about an agree- 2:45 o'clock each day at the Union,
ment between the Germans and it was announced. The price is five
the allies on the first ten or fifteen dollars, and the sale is open to the
annuities. , campus at large.
annities.rAs yet, no orchestra has been se-
Discussion Brief lected for the dance, the committee
Discussion never got beyond the in charge of music having two
first annuity. Dr. Schacht, taking choices. The two bands under con-
the floor at once, declared that sideration are the Casa Loma or-
Germany never under any circum- chestra, a Goldkette band now
stances would pay annuities great- I playing at the Graystone in De-
er than 1,650,000,000 marks (appro troit where they succeeded Mc-
ximately $396,000,000) and for no Kinney's Cottonpickers, and Flet-,
longer than 37 years. She would cher-Henderson's orchestra, a Co-
make these payments, he conclud- lumbia recording outfit whose col-
ed, only if the allies made it poi- ored musicians were the hit of the
ble for her to increase her abality J-Hap a few years ago.
to pay by giving her access to raw Announcement of committee
materials and other resources of chairmen was also made by Sevald.
(which she now is deprived. They are: Decorations, C. Wayne

COMMI heater TTO OOrroALw1LMS CflEI1
Box Office Sale For "The Queen's
Husband" Will Start At
eale TorrORLAG E
Tickets for Mimes' presentation
Cof "The Queen's Husband", Robert
Emmet Sherwood's popular comedy
next week at Mimes theater, will be
on sale at 2 oclock tomorrow after-
AT THE CLUB The production by the Mimes AFTERNOON
players here will be based on the
ARE TO BE FEATURED York City. Sherwood,the author, EGER WILL PRESIDE
Iis well known for a number of his-
Four Members Of Junior Law Class writings, including -the very sue- Dance At Women's League Building
Are Entered In Competition cessful "The Road to Rome." Will Follow Banquet At Union
For Campbell Award Many of the favorites in campus Tonight
cramatics will be seen in the coming
Plans for the fourth y presentation. Several who were in The first session of the Model
Panniv forndhegfourthayersary the successful run of "In the Next Assembly of the League of Nations,
of the founding of the LawyersRoom", including Richard C. Kur- which is being held here today and
club are virtually complete for the vink, '29, Kenneth White, '29, Jose- tomorrow by the Student Christian
celebration to be held April 26 at phine Rankin, '30, Eugenie Chapel, association, will open in the Con-
the club. The final argument in 132, Helen C. Carrm, 30, George W. gregational church at 3:15 o'clock
the Case club competition among Priehs, '30, and Norman D. Brown, this afternoon. This church, which
30, are in the cast. is across the street from the Law
the third year men is to be held "The Queen's Husband" has in schoolohs been selecte for th
in the afternoon, and a banquet atithe past few years not only enjoyed ctivities of the ase bl becaue
which several prominent members a long run in New York where it of its close resemblance to the
of the Law profession are to speak, was very well received, but in addi- Salle de la Reformation in Geneva,
will be held in the evening. tion, visited several of the larger where the League holds its meet-
Plan Afternoon Debate cities in the country. iiigs
Case club arguments in the The scene of the play is laid in a Martin J. Mol, '29, president of
afternoon will be between the mythical and anonymous kingdom the S. C. A., will open the initial
Story and Marshall clubs, the two situated on an island in the North meeting and will introduce Presi-
which survived the competition Sea somewhere between Denmark dent Clarence Cook Little, who will
started in October. Robert J. and Scotland. -deliver the address of welcome to
Clendenin and Thomas V. Koykee the visiting delegates. Mol will
will represent the Story club, and then introduce Prof. Stephan P.
N. C. Bowersox and William H.- Duggan, internationally known as
Stockwell will represent the Mar- diplomat, speaker, and author, who
shall club. All men are members, will act as temporary chairman of
of the Junior Law class. CIthe meeting until the president is
The Henry M. Campbell award of elected.
$150 will go to the members of the I To Elect President
winning team and a consolation The election of the permanent
prize of $50 will be given the run- ___ president will be conducted by
ners-up. The arguments will be, New Executives For Coming Year Professor Duggan, then Rowland
judged by several distinguished law-( Chosen At Time Of Election Egger, Grad., who has already been
yers and judges from the Michiganf Of New Members chosen for this office will take
bar. rover the chair. He has made a
Install Amplifiers ''ANQUETDATE MAV study of international law and is
The formal banquet in the even- ANIUE 'A A 2 connected with the political science
ing is to be held in the refectory department.
of the club and a special system of Besides the election of new 'mem The first banquet of the conven-
amplification is being installed to bers to the local organization, the tion will take place at the Union
carry the speakers' words to all members of the Michigan chapter tonight, at which Mol will be the
parts of the hall. The Honorable of Phi Beta Kappa transacted other toastmaster. Prof. Jesse S. Reeves,
Louis H. Fead of the Michigan Su- o-business at the meeting Wednesday the political science department,
preme court is to be the principal afternoon. will speak on some phase of the
speaker of the evening. Addresses Officers for next year elected model league, its value and need.
will also be given by the Honorable this meeting: Prof. Ralph H. Curf Mol will then introduce Sir George
Robert F. Thompson of the New tis of the astronomy department Foster, nember of the Canadian
York Supreme Court, appellate divi- was elected president; Prof. O. F. Senate and Canada's delegate to
sion, and the Honorable Ar- Butler of the Latin department was the League of Nations, who will
thur Webster of the Circuit Court named as secretary and treasurer, give the principal address of the
of Detroit. The Lawyers club "bil- Prof. Preston Slosson of the his- evening. Sir George was a member
let", a watch charm awarded by tory department was elected mem- of the original committee that
the Board of Governors of the club ber of the executive committee for drafted the first covenant of the
which carries the coat of arms, willthree years to fill the vacancy caus- League and is well versed in the
be presented to the graduating' ed by the resignation of Prof. Wil workings of international law.
seniors by Regent James O. Murfin, aiam A. Frayersof the history de- st Plan Informal Dance
of Detroit. year are Prof. J. G. Winter of th At the close of the banquet, all
The annual message from Wil- Greek department, president; Pro- of the delegates will attend an in-
iam Wv. Cook the founder othe fessor Butler, secretary and treas- formal reception and dance at the
club to be read at the banquetProfessor Frayer, Prof. H. M new Women's Athletic building. An
Faculty Invited Randall, and Prof. DeWitt H. Park- orchestra has been engaged and a
The banquet is open to the er, members of the executive com- complete attendance of all of the
faculty of the Law school and stu- mittee. visitors is expected.
dents, and also lawyers and judges At the meeting Wednesday, ap- All of the sessions of the assem-
and all other members of the pro- proval was given to the applica- bly, as well as the banquets, are
fession. The Case club arguments tion of two colleges, outside the I open to the public and those in
in the afternoon will be held in the state, which are seeking member- charge of the convention are anxi-
lounge of the Lawyers club and the ship ous that a large number of stu-
general public is invited. Correction of the material given dents, faculty, and townspeople at-
to The Daily on Wednesday after- tend to take advantage of the edu-
noon was made yesterday by Pro- cational opportunities offered. The
fessor Winter. The elections com- tickets to the sessions are priced
mittee of Phi Beta Kappa only at 35 cents, one ticket admitting
o ForUdein~g Canes mte fPiBt ap ny h we oalo h etns
submits names, and the new mem- the owner to all of the meetings.
Seniors who have not yet ordered bers are voted in by the entire Members of the World Fellowship
I canes and who desire to place or- membership. committee of the Women's League
ders must do so either today or to- are assisting with the plans for
morrow at Wagner's in order to in- t n nthe reception and dance. The com-
II OIi~ ® ProFtests mittee in charge has issued ipvta-
sure delivery in time for Cane Day, ~Lito intres edi t-
Sunday, May 5, it was announced New Football Rule tiostai nteest ed, whie
Syesterday by Kenneth C. Schafer, < trinmth will be provided
'29, president of the senior literary (y Associated Press) during the course of the meeting.

class. PHILADELPHIA, April 18.-En-
In view of the fact that the date phatic protest against the new Play Production Plans
for Swing Out, the first senior func- football fumble rule and a plea that
tion at which caps and gowns are its application be postponed until Special Performances
worn, has been changed from May 1930 are made by Sidney E. Hutch-
114 to May 9. orders for caps and inson, chairman of the council -of W. Somerset Maugham's comedy,
gowns should be placed in the near athletics and football committee of "The Constant Wife", will be given
future either at Moe's Sport shop the University of Pennsylvania, in'at two special performances by Play
or aVn Boven's clothing store, Sha- an article for "Franklin Field l.. Production, tonight and tomorrow
fer stated. lustrated." night, in University Hall audi-
CRANE PRAISES MODEL ASSEMBLY Since tie production is played for
El/11, vA W ATA F C it"NT V71A ,r I two nights only and is not on the

tram ed the immortai march o wll.i'" .Fvf v/ .v y1Y'"t 'il1~ UAWAI- J
tapa ie1AIik "" most ideal ofAmerican 'GemandWlltayan veage -
Cortez from Vera Cruz to the capi- of students "Germany will pay an average of Mead, '30A: construction, Merle
tal, dived 80 feet into the deadly and also one of the most ideal 1,650,000 marks yearly for 37 years," Eddy. '29A; finance, Kenneth Hol-{
well of sacrifice in Yucatan, found graduates of any American univer- Dr. Schacht informed his colle- mes, ' 9A; music, Claude D. Simp-
the strange cities in Incaland, lived -agues, "providing these - political son, '29A; tickets, Otto F. Wenzler, I
like Crusoe on Crusoe's island, and In the concluding talk, Prof. Earl considerations are satisfied and '29A; publicity, W. C. ChafIce, '29A;
upon the horizon saw San Salva- V. Moore, director of the School of providing she benefits from the organization, Ray Peterson, '29A;
dor landing on the shore where Music, spoke at length on the ad- protective transfer clause." floor, William Wiener, '29A; cos-
Columbus disembarked in 1492. vantages which the recent merging p One of the allied experts imme- 4 tumes, Roland Gics, '29A; and in-,
hI's Written Many Books of that school as part of the Uni-I diately remarked that "Dr. Schacht vitations, Fred Schweitzer, '31A. E
versity of Michigan will mean to wants the experts to revise the
During the past two years he has ",future students. Professor Moore Treaty of Versailles which was cer-E
attracted widespread attention as a stressed the savings which it will tainly not comprised in our terms Engineering Magazine
writer, his two books, "The Royal bring to the students who wish to of reference." To Go On Sale Today
Road to Romance" and "The Glori-t elect musical courses and the ad- 'The chief of the German delcga-
ous Adventure" proving to be ,.h hefo h emaIeea
thebstuellring no-fictio vantages in the study of music will tion then was told plainly that his The April issue of the Michigan
among the best selling non-fin also be given the students. attitude led fatally toward break- Technic, official publication of the
books of the century. In them, he The regular weekly radIo pro- ing up of the conference, with the Colleges of Engineering and Archi-
relates his travels in search of ro- Th reuawekyrdopoinupothcofrnewihteClgsofEierngndAh!;
mane. grams which have been broadcast result that the reparations pay- tecture, will appear on the campus
mane. e throughout the present school year ments would revert to the Dawes today.
lecture aemnow on salet Saer's will be discontinued until next plan under which Germany must This issue of the Technic features
lecture are now on sale at Slater s fall, pay 2,500,000,000 marks annuallyail article by Louis E. Winkellaus,
Book Store at $1 each. The entire 1 ~~a ril yLusE iklas
right section of the main floor and ' '29E., "The New Camp Davis." The
a portion of the balcony has been I SIR GEORGE FOSTER, IN SYMPATHY I article is illustrated with numerous
set aside for the holders of these i WITH LEAGUE, RESERVES COMMENT photographs, taken by the author
tickets The box-office in Hill audi- __I and his party, on their last sum-
torium will be opened at 7 o'clock One of the men who helped to er than rash, hot-headed outbursts 'estip to the new camp in
Monday night, for the sale of the as shown by the recent I'm Alone fWyoming,
rmndrfth ikt.draft the original caven~ant of theepod.Yas g nwppr Prof. Orlain W. Boston, '14E., of
remainder: of the tickets.4epsd.Yas gonwaerl
League of Nations will be present episd e Yeareperi the shop practice department, has
(~~~~~~~~~ would heave printed heated cdi- ittna nsal neetn
ait the birth of a college re- torials, and the nations would have written an unusually nteresting
ScientisTalksAboutIa todhica of the league, Michigan'u- laved article on "The Engineering Shops"
Si.i.TlsA o of the league, Michigan's.Mo-mblazed. benwhich are included some very
South American Rocks del League, sponsored by the Stu- Today the unfortunate incident ; numorous historical sidelights on
- --._Ideint Christian Association. is only a difficulty to besolved by their development.
Telling of his experiecncs as a i Sir George Foster, Canadian Par- the nations involved as quickly and1 Tle third of a series of articlesR
traveller iii South America, andIliament member, who is to be the simply as possibl, Sir George be- l by Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson entitled
briefly sketching the geology of I principal speaker at the initial ban- lieves. j "What Shall I Read?" appears iii
that continent, Prof. Edward Wil-'quet of the Model League, at the The idea of Michigan's Model i this issue. In this month's article
bur Berry, of Johns Hopkins Uni- } Union tonight, arrived here for his League is a factor leading to a bet- he discusses various books which.
versity, spoke yesterday afternoon first visit to Ann Arbor last night.. ter understanding between this depict the conquest of the soil.
in Natural Science auditorium on After dinner at the Union with country and Canada was shortly I An article on the Navy's new
"The Geological History of South campus leaders, he repaired to the brushed aside by Sir George in I metal-clad dirigible, the ZMC-2, has!
America." home of President Clarence Cook pointing out that it is a much been written by Prof. Frank N. M.!
Professor Berry declared that I Little, to rest after his trip before broader point in that it will assist Brown of the department of aero-
South America is virtually unex- his address tomorrow night. American students in establishing nautical engineering. The construe-
plorable scientifically, and that any Sir George reserved comment on closer relations with every country tion of this radical departure in air-
investigations of a scientific nature the Model League until after seeing of the world.-I craft design is gone into very thor-
which are made there are good it operate, but is in full sympathy Personal association and personal oughly.
grist for the scientific mill. Pro- with the, ideal which has instituted friendship may be ranked as one of -____
fessor Berry himself has done con- it. It should tend, he said, to pro- the major assets of the League of_
cAprn-p1im + mrn11nA nn the nuthern mote two factors necessary for real1 Nations. "One can't sit with hisgngineer Ing Socve y



r V K Z"U t 1 (I I I Y A 1 1111F1 E Iregular schedule, the usual mailing
-list did not receive invitations, but
"The purpose of the model as- I the contemporary problems of to- 'all available have been given out
sembly of the League of Nations day to a greater extent than be- to those who applied after reading
. . . a: ,, fore" -1 the notices of the presentation.
is primarily educational was the Professor Crane stated that while
statement made by Prof. Robert T. the Model Assembly was chiefly Oh
Crane of the Political Science de- connected with the Public Speaking O re atherAa
partment in an interview yesterday department, there was, as a matter -
afternoon. Professor 'Crane went of course, considerable connection' ,
on to say that, like other move- with that of Political Science, due
ments of this sort such as the Mo- to the nature of the enterprise. The
del Congress, the model assembly assembly is to have several mem- -*
Shad n its chief aim the cultivation hers of this denartment as sneak- w

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