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uincy Threatened MusicIs Broadcast lIBailey Emphasizes
By Rising Waters v iiOFrom Military Ball [IIIIM VIIILIJISpiritual Education G
( Asce Colonel Cole Is Elected Honorary Means of enrne into the spir-
QUINCY, Ill., April 26.-Watch- ADMember Of Scabbard And Blade t[AII from the physical world
IIL ND SESSION H I o HNful waiting occupied the levee For Work Done In World War BE LNthe nrsi fh eyin w dd
guards and residents in the flood the necessity for bemg acquated
ra ur n ffldrainage district around Quincy Trim nifors an the mrse [ Rwit them, formed the major subj
AT AVaTrimd allrtdnekofsheeAts iwEduction
___ bLUD ody, n l ie edwhnte'w ffj~ vei: contrast of the black and ,N M Mfl c o the address on he "In-I
'ildtre eiwhite of tuxedos, mingled with gay BAR ARBOR anA al
trd-breaking height predicted yes- and vari-colored evenin delivered at 11 o'clock yesterday
terday by government weather olb* an-olord-eenig gowns of -mrin yHnr unrY aly
SCHOOLMASTERS' SOCIETY servers. TOLAN, POTTER AND THREE th women, formed an agreeable NEW SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATION director of the Cleveland Schoolo DONO
CLOSE SUCCESSFUL TWO At Quincy, the river had gone up VARSITY RELAY TEAMS confusion at the annual Military IS EXTENSION OF CAMPUS Arts in Cleveland, Ohio, at the an- ERE
DAY CONVENTION only about .4 of a foot since last QUALIFY the Union ballroom. Machine guns LABORATORY nual convocation of the School-
.midnights stage of 21 feet, and itl ---e o.m': masters' club at ill auditorium
CONFERENCES SCHEDULED waspredicted the levee would go JARK 'SETS DISCUS MARK lent an even more realistic air PRESIDENT TO LEAVE SOON Stressing literature, painting, PRO
to 21.6 feet tonight and then re- the affair, and music as the gateways to the
L. D Wines, Of Ann Arbor High, main stationary. That would be Illini And Michigan Run Dead Eatnspiritual world he exlaed the
Elce rsdn etra 1 of a foot higher than last Mon- IetI 8 adRc o B. P. Sherwood, '29, chairman of Regents Approve Plan For Removal situlwrdhexplaied t
Elected President Yesterday ay's crest which broke the re- Heat In 880 Yard Race For the ball committee, and his part- Of Apparatus Used In Cancer Ielevation of things commonplace Of G
By Unanimous Vote Ids th ro Most Excitig Encounter r, Miss Virginia Woolfit of Bay R e s e a r c h Here to a high plane of beauty through
1od ftegreat flood of 1851. ____Wofi f a the effects of the artistic mind a
With final sessions scheduled for Levees held throughout the day (Special To The Daily) City, led the grand march at 11:30 expressed in the transformation of
at the Lima Hunt lake district. to the time of music played by Ross Dr. Clarence Cook Little, presi- rdelicat hto the ao no t
today, the sixty-fourth meeting of That section, comprising 30a000Hd The University of Michigan car- Gorman and his Virginians. His dent of the University who will t ditebphases inton-heflan-
the Michigan Schoolmasters' club acres and furnishing homes for isdoyitsseshsio of the twenith orchestra featured many Michigani soon retire, will become director of gua e speakerwa inroduc by av
will go down as one of the largest about 1,000 persons, was the one annual Drake rela s this teternton gs and other special request the newly organized Roscoe B. Jack- President Clarence Cook Little, a ne
mv et for which the greatest anxiety had anlDfkreys ;numbers, while the music was son Memorial laboratory for biolog-following Tappa]
meetings ever to be held by the so- been felt today. by qualifying Tolan in the 100-yard broadcast over station WJR the ical research on cancer near Bar h h ordng a.muscapogram o a streets
ciety, more than 3,000 having at Dikes also held at the Gregor dash, Potter in the high hurdles Richards-Oakland Goodwill station Harbor, Maine, a communication ig oer by the Acppela choir to the
Y 4--n 80 of flint. Approximately 4000 stu- t h
tended the conferences which have district in Missouri just across the !and the Wolverine Yr of Detroit, between 11:30 and 1:30. which President Little addressed to dents, faculty members and guests W. Co
been held during the past two days. Mississippi from the Lima Hunt yard and mile relay teams for the Gorman entertained the crowd sev- the Regents yesterday indicates of the University were of th
finals tomro afternoon.Goanetrandtecodevth Reetyetra iniaefteUiestywe present at o h
Luncheons for the conference of area, and in the Fabius district, di- morrowa! eral times with his individual ren- The announcement was read and the convocation. Marth
business schools and the Michigan rely opposite Quincy on the Mis- The sensational running of the dition of certain popular selections approved at the Regents' meeting new $.
Association of Collegiate Registrars sissippi side. These two sections, relay quartets was one of the two Ahk nyy
will be the last meetings of the day, consisting together of about 26,000 surprises of the day, the other be- Among the well known officers The new rganztuhn iinut-tdt The
although an exhibit of educational acres, had been considered in al ing the great discus throwing of who attended the ball was Colonel growth andoextensian of the aout similar
and mental tests and another of most the danger of the Lima Hunt Tiny Jark of West Point, who toe laboratory of which President to the
recent tekt-books will be open un-:flat. heaved the leaden platter 158 feet Uaietly aed to hed h Little has been director since he ing 12
til 3 o'clock this afternoon.__1 3 inches for a new world's record. iat esce came here in 1925. He will leave rCook a
At 9:30 o'clock this morning a n Tie Illinois In Relay scareer both in the local affairs of for Maine during the first week of Ithe
special conference on character One of the greatest races on this Detroit, as well as in national a- IMay, to arrange for the construc- dIy gn
specwl.a n ainla-My, rag o tecntu-a tann. uia onfrn e iorchacter s rora ws he deadLda
training in junior dsenior nhnigh heat run by Michigan and Illinois tivities. Prior to and during the tion of the building to house th _ogents
schools will be held in Pattengillhe na World war, he held many positions new organization at Mount Desert, cost a
auditorium in the Ann Arbor high in the 880-yard relay preliminaries. of great trust here and nFrnc Maine. Dr. W. S. Murray, the Pres- Up-State School Defeats Grand nounce
school. E. M. Fishback, author ofrfl Timm gained a slight edge on Ragratdrus hee adointrnce
h . .k, rTd ggIn recognition of his services to the ident's first assistant in his work Rapids In Contest has ca
"Character Training in Senior and 'Grodsky, and Murray held his own nmn on campus will accompany On Subsidies
Junir Hih Shool", wll iscus Iwith Burkhart. nation, he was made an honorary jhr ncmu ilacmayO usde
Junior High Schools", will discuss wiUhUBuIrkhart.member of Scabbard and Blade a ; him on his eastern trip, and will After
character education as a function ~ ~carbill ran a great race against a banquet last night. remain after the President's return. DECISION IS UNANIMOUS UTniver
of the public school system. Fol- Annual Message of William W. Cook he but was slightly behind when , Sends Communication Horton
lowing his talk there will be several Urges Formation of Leadershipave Tolan the baton. The Mich- The 'communication which Presi- Three young men from Cheboy- partme
round table discussions Con various ThrgegF Character gan oy ran is heart out and dent Little sent to The Regents is gan were awarded the state high this m
phases of the subject. cbreasted the tape at the same as follows: school debating championship for fessor
Hold Many Conferences 'TIIRY CLUB IN CASE : nt Paterson did. The timewasfI "The donors who have been gen- the current year last night follow- Prof
STORY CUB WIN CASE l:28, the fastest heat of the three. igauaiosjde'dcso ro
Conferences on special subjects The Wolverine team of Freese, 'erously supporting certain biolog- ig a unanmous judges decision Arbor
included in high school curricula In commemoration of the found- Dale and Dalton Seymour, and Tar-' ical experiments on cancer under over the trio representig Grand bacheb
meetng of TheyawOPsPOSITIDd their- areements withatherunertyenegatvetofothepropsintin: ranbcec
took up most of the day yesterday i f th L y lb nd bill won its heat in the mile relay, my direction desire at this time to RahdCepids South high schoolh sity in
while the annual business meeting beating Indiana in 3:28.8. The take advantage of the clause in 1894. I
was held for the election of officers petuation of more estimable ideals, will run ag sThe 1 ---theiraagainst Missouri, whichmhIveittnegative of the rpusidy Resol- nected
for the coming year and to consider I more than 250 faculty members, won the first section in 3:20.1. Kan- D .twhich allows them to "make with ed, that a federal subsidy for the merces
reports of the several committees judges, lawyers, and law students sas Ioa Northestern an Democrats Charge Admistrationany other institution .... the same development of an American mer- ington.
of the organization. gathered in the refectory of the diana. > ee Faih Tsort of arrangement" that is now chant marine would be a wise became
*L. .D. Wines, principal. of the Ann Iclub last night for the ° annual ,"The 440-yard team,-eomposed of Keep Faith in operation here. This new ar- national policy. Grand Rapids South 1892, a
Arbor High school, was unanimous- Grodsk Murra "Dale Seyrangement they desire to become upheld the affirmative- the sa
FondrsDabaqut.I rosk, uray 'Dae eyou ,The unanimous dcsincame as h e
ly chosen president of the Michi- F r Y nand Tolan made good time in win-, WATSON IS QUESTIONED operative on My 1, 1929, in so far he bec
gan Schoolmasters' club at the? The annual message was read iing the second heat, They were as further payments are concerned. the culminating event of a long promot
business meeting held yesterday from William W. Cook, the found- clocked in :42.8 and easily lead i°A iated P ," There is at the present time suffi- series of debates i which more 1904.
afternoon in the Law building. E er, in which he urged and encur- Kansas. Illinois won the first heat ASHINGTON, April 26.-Ad- cient unexpended margin to carry than 1,500 high school debaters In 19
H. Drake, superintendent of schools aged a greater striving toward in :42.5. Itministration leaders, moving in the : the work as at present until July 1, representing 250 schools participat- of the
at Kalamazoo, was elected vice- aea r tr tiin t wars iE n :42.5.mn x 1929, and from that date gradually edand in which atotaldof more and is
leadership in the profession To l r a Leads Tolan. Senate to eliminate the export tha 625n debates were held.Hibe
president, and Prof. D. L. Rich of Tontranit r t kto transfer it and its personnel to n His bes
the Physics department, was made through the development of char- eonran J great race to take debenture plan from the farm re- the new site. Complete transfer is' The members of the winning "Huma
a member of the executive commit-ater, . preliminary of the 100-yard dash lief bill, today encountered a Dem- planned by July 1, 1930. team were George Keldson, Wendell der" w
tee to serve for a period of three The principal address of the eve- Elder's time was :09.9, made against ocratic attack which charged them "The donors will act as trustees Horning, and Calton Jacobson. studen'
years. ning was given by the Honorable a brisk breeze, and he had to give with failing to keep faith with the of a new organization known as the They were opposed by Robert Jep- ologyc
Mr. Wines, who has just com- Louis H. Fead of the Supreme all he had to beat Tolan to the principles they advocated before Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Labor- son, Walter Stryke, and ClarenceW
pleted his fiftieth year as a teacher, Court of Michigan. Other address- tape. hatory which will be situated near Page of Grand Rapids. The debat- Prof.
petdthis fif the arteacher, sg b th Hnblr a h e election. Bar Harbor, Maine. ers spoke in the order named. Mrs. the G
ismpon onhfte1 hre ebr swi ie i o noLher uc Potter was about a foot behind' Senator Robinson of Arkansas. $"The y have asked me to report[JanDwt-Albni the c'Unv
of the Schoolmasters' club, and no- Robert F. Thompson, of the Sn- Sentman of Illinois in his heat of Joanna Dewitt-Allaben is the coach Ues
called to those assembled the first preme Court of New York, Appel- the 120-yard high hurdles and the Democratic leader, who was the the situation to the Regents and to of the Grand Rapids South trio resigna
meeting of the organization, which late Division, and the Honorable easily qualified, vice-presidential nominee of his 'ask for the approval of the Board. Dr. Thomas C. Trueblood, profes- of the
was held in 1886 at the old Cook Arthur Webster of the Circuit Captain Ketz was merely an on- party in the last campaign, deliver-. "The detailed plans for a gradual'so emeritus of pubi speaking, ever, c
hotel, now the Allenel. Court of Detroit. The Honorable looker today, although he limbered ed the attack after Senator Wat- transfer of the work have been Prof. James M. O'Neill, chairman of depart
fin Rgediscussedalhogh ewithre e Deantak ftutSnavrent Ithe speech department, and Dr. :ds bysPr
Resolutions Read James O. Murfin, Regent of the up a bit so as to be ready for his son of Indiana, the Republican' due H ean Andrew T. Weaver, head of the de- Gena
Preceding the election of fi-University from Detroit, presented tr~y at the hammer throw akt-sno ndaavh euha and Dean Huber and have beenAdrwTWevhadfthd-Grm
crs the report of the resolutions billets to the members of the club morrow morning mark to leader, proposed to eliminate the approved by th" , partment of speech at the Univer- versity
cestheprtofteesltinsmorworig, ____dbythm sity of Wisconsin were the judges.;} roft
committee was read. In brief, it who had resided there for four debenture plan from the farm President Little's resignationd doessiof wisconsiwe theg Profe
oppoed he itererece o exra-semesters. .isinio oePrf
opposed the interference f extra-semstrs.Gibson Smooths Path measure under consideration in the not take effect officially until Sep-C EdwCardlH.rKraus, dean of the! 1886, a
curricular activities with classroom Senate. tember 1, but under the agreement Cauel col
Arguing before a court of three FrAm A re en'with the Regents that was made at! Summer Session was the chairman, drew's
instruction; it stated the club's ap- distinguished members of the Law ArmsAgreemen The Democratic leader question- t h Musical selections by the Varsityud
proval of the Towner bill which was p the time of the resignation, he will band and the Jackson high school ued hi
recently passed by the state legis- Story club won the annual Law GENEVAsApilt2.-reemvsNary of Oregon, chairman of the relinquish his duties shortly after boys' chous entertained the au- Dubn
school Case club competition yes- agriculture committee, as to wheth- dience of between 2,500 and 3,000 and
for the support of elementary terday afternoon. The final argu- two of them resulting from Amen- en they intended to support either Donors Not Known which attended the contest. teachin
schools proportionately throughout; ments were between the Kent and can ideals, stood out in today's the equalization fee or the de- The identity of the donors of the -_teachin
the state. The organization favor- Story clubs o tsession of the reparatory benture plan in an amended form. fund for the work that President t Q1
ed equalized physical equipment1 The members fBoth replied in the negative, and Little has been doing here, and Seventy-Two Kiled i
and supervision for all schools. The team are Robert J. Clendenin and sion for a disarmament conference. ;Robinson then asked them why will also be the trustees of the new Southern Stormvers
resolution was n d th a Thomas V. Koykka. The runners- United States Ambassador Hugh they had abandoned the principles organzation has not yet been re- c ld t__

To Succeed Winkler As Head
erman Department; Freize
Foundation Formed
her step in the completion
Law quadrangle idea appears
e become real by the offer of
dormitory building, along
n Avenue between Monroe
and South University avenue,
Board of Regents from W.
ok of New York city, donor
e Lawyers' Club building,
a Cook dormitory, and the
1,750,000 legal research 11-
new dormitory building,
in architecture and design
present Law club, and hous-
5 students, will be built by
it an early date, officials of
niversity announced yester-
on after the Board of Re-
meeting. No details as to
nd construction were an-
d. The present Law club
pacity for 150 students.
Cooley Ends Service
37 years of service on the
sity faculty, Prof. Charles
Cooley of the sociology de-
nt will retire at the end of
onth, it was announced. Pro-
Cooley is now 65 years old.
ssor Cooley was born in Ann
in 1864. He received his
or's degree from the Univer-
1887, and his doctorate in
n the meantime he was con-
with the Interstate Corn-
and Census bureau in Wash-
Returning to Michigan, he
e an assistant in sociology in
nd was made instructor in
me subject in 1895. In 1899,
ame an assistant, and was
ed to full professorship in
18, he was named president
American Sociology society,
the author of several books.
t known book is, perhaps,
n Nature and the Social Or-
hich thousands of Michigan
ts have studied in the soc-
courses under the author.
inkler Resigns Position
Max Winkler, chairman of
erman department of the
sity, tendered and had his
tion accepted as chairman
department. He will, how-
ontinue as a teacher in the
ment. He will be succeeded
f. J. W. Eaton, head of the
n department at the Uni-
of Saskatchewan.
ssor Eaton was born July 7,
nd was educated in Emman-
lege, London, and at St. An-
college, Dublin. He contin-
is work at Trinity college,
; then went to the Sor-
Paris, Marburg, Germany,
Munich, Germany. After
g in several nations, he went
eens university in Canada
, and went to Saskatchewan
ity the next year.
Establish New Fund

statement of appreciation for the vae.RsceB aksn fe
work of pmrean White up are Norman C. Bowersox and S. Gibson, who is generally credited they advocated last year. vealed. Rosco B. Jackson, after (fy Associated Press) whoa
bWilliam H. Stockwell. The Honor-:with clearing the way for real re- McNary, who like Watson, strong- whom the new organization is ATLANTA, Ga., April 26.-South- Americ
the Education school, and of praiseI able Louis H. Fead of the Michigan ly favored the fee provision which named, was an executive in the ern Georgia and a small area just year
for Dean Edmonson, his successor. Supreme court, the Honorable duction in naval armament by his twice caused former president Cool- Hudson Motor Car company, be- over the line in South Carolina to- IteU
The report also included an expres- Robert F. Thompson, of the New recent proposal, withdrew Ameri- idge to veto the McNary-Haugen fore his death early this year. y counted a death toll of 72, an f U
sion of regret at the impending do York Supreme court, Appellate Di- can opposition in exclusion of 'bill, said he would oppose "both the President Little made an agree- injured list approaching 500, and founda
parture of President Little. vision, and the Honorable Charles trained reserves from limitation or equalization fee and the debenture mnt with the Regents to continue roprt damage high in the donati
B. Collingwood. Circuit Judge, plan,because I want a bill passed his work in researches on biology thousands in a series of tornadoes I
GAME CALLED Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of reduction land signedat this session, which I of cancer when'he came to the Uni- that struck late yesterday and last
Michigan were the court. smoothing the way for agreement believe will be beneficial to agri- verstiy in 1925. A fund of $5,000 night.
The baseball game between After the decision was rendered on this subject, culture." was provided by the Regents. In Indications were that the num- one of
the University of Michigan and a cash prize of $100 was given' to --- , 1927, a gift of about $45,000 a year ber of casualties reported might be Great
Syracuse Universtiy, at the lat- the winning team, and the run- HUGH BLACK W ILL DELIVER FINAL 'for a five-year period was offered greater when relief agencies coy- sentati
te's home grounds yesterday I nes-up were awarded a $50 prize. to the University for the establish- eed all of the affected region and potati
ws cae goonsacyoutro The money was the proceeds from CONVOCATION ADDRESS ON SUNDAY ment of an enlarged laboratory and communciation is restored. tu a Mo
rain. The only contest of the the Henry M. Campbell fund, or a larger staff to carry on this Georgia, with a death toll of 67, lege of
scheduled two-game series will Closing the current series of ing him its Litt. D. Professor Black work. The gift was accepted, and bore the brunt of the destruction, of his k
be played at Syracuse today. Federals Chase Rebel convocations, Hcurrent sproes- is the author of several books, Regents creased the original which extended roughly in a wide The
scheduledtwo-gameserieswil ovocatis. Hugh lagy pao s the b ahon of s rar bksi $5,000 by another $1,000 to stimu- sweep from Cochran, in the south
UNION NOMINATIONS Army Through Sonora Union Theological seminary, train- We Forget," "The New World," and late further interest in cancer central part of the state, north- A. B.
Isa sgschool for Episcopal miisters "The Open Door," as well as sev- research. eastward into South Carolina. Vir- fill the
(By AsoitetrPess) aiNesholYor PEpiscopalewa nme dreministerso te njre
Owing to the inability of sev- MEXICO CITY, April 26.-The at New York, will deliver an an- eal volumes of sermons. President Little was named direc- tually all of the injured and most sense
dress at 11 o'clock Sunday in Hill Already plans have progressed te research in 1927 and of the property loss also were in was m
eral members of the Unionl rebel army in southern Sonora was auditorium on the topic "What Is for the fall series of convocations;this capacity was named as bnefi- that area, which is largely rural,
inomiating committee to meet fleeing overland from advancgMan?" next year. Charles R. Brown re- ciary of the yearly gift fund.
tomorrow, the meeting of the federals. They had abandoned Since coming to this country tired dean of the Yale Divinity The new laboratory will be de- ReE '
committee has been postponedr their troop trains north of Navoja from. Scotland in 1906, Professor school, has accepted' an invitation voted to research as to the nature Experts
1 until Tuesday afternoon of next after federals had rendered the Black has become one of the pop- to address a convocation in that of the causative agent of cancer Are Unable To Agree
week. Petitions for nomination railroad useless by burning bridges. ular preachers of the East. He!series. William Allen White, news- along strictly biological lines.
will be received up until noon J Earlier they had evacuated without was born in Rothesay, Scotland, in paper editor, short-story writer 0--- -o (By Associated Press)
Tuesday by Kenneth C. Shafer, a fight the elaborate system of 1868, and took his M. A. at Glas- and biographer of presidents, ha 'ENSIAN DISTRIBUTION PARIS, April 26.-After eleven
'29, recording secretary of the ( trenches they had spent a week in p-rePRISiApiln6.-fteaesven
'no, n drgng at Maso. gow in 1887. After his ordination written Mark Andrews, '29, chair- Iweeks of unceasing effort, the repa-
Uiondiggng at Masiaco. in 1891, he held pastorates in man of the student councils convo- Distribution of the 1929 Mich- 11 rations exnerts ton iht wra n-

tuates 01 the university
'e selected to attend the
an Academy in Rome each
ill receive financial aid from
iversity by means of a new
:alled the Carrie J. Frieze
tion. The income from the
on will be used to pay the
of those in attendance at
ade my.
ig the gifts received was
1500volumes dealing with
Lakes engineering. The pre-
on was made to the Trans-
on library by Dean Emeri-
)rtimer E. Cooley of the Col-
Engineering, on the bequest
brother, the late E. L. Cooley.
appointment to a professor-
f Law for Laylin K. James,
18, J. D. '23, temporarily to
vacancy caused by the ab-
of Prof. Horace L. Wilgus
ur reaTher Man


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