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WOMEN'S LEAGUE'Expert Senses 1fPChangenublic Speaking IEblooCHEERS,
PN "Probably the greatest achieve- when one contestant gave the same
ment of the Northern Oratorical oration three times, losing more
league is its influence in trans- disastrously each time.
forming public speaking from the To Michigan has gone the dis-
nsf ;old ornate, pompous style to the tinction of having won the contestAP E
newer, more business-like style of seven out of the first eight times,
FENASspeaking, declared Prot. Thoma begiinningn 1891. this, Profes-
[0D H ME""C. Truebloody profesor emeritus of sor Trueblood stated, was due to --- --
DOORS WILL BE THROWN OPEN ROUGH DIARY SCRIBBLED ON thrspeech deeartment,oyeFsteaynet e Meherans oakestyleno F( RAYER AND YOST I
TO:PUBIC:SAURDARUDDEARYSHOSRBDTHProfessor Truebloodt explained !the Michigan speakers. Michigan'sER A D Y St
AFTERNOON .::.:.~:*:' I OF PILOTS that the transition from the older record fell thereafter, however, SPEECHES
_____ sophomorical style began with the Northwestern surpassing us withAH
MUSICALPROGRAMPLANE ADE FORED IIIformation of the league in 1890, for te wins. The two schools stand atON S I T A D
MUSICAL PROGRAM PLANE MADE FORCED ich deed he is nowgknown as, the:.the tp of the list at the presentON SPIRIT AND
BEING ARRANGED LANDING IN DESERT father of the league. The league time.
I was organized in Mason hall and One of the eminent winners of Urged on by the combined efforts of t
Dances Scheduled For Afternoon I Aviators Had Been Unable To Take consisted of Wisconsin, Northwest- the contest have been Glenn Frank,
And Evening; Glee Clubs Air After Landing And Had ern, Oberlin, and Michigan. Iowa now president of Wisconsin, who! and leading campus figures, more than t
Will Appear Died From Thirst joined in 1894, Chicago in 1895, and represented Northwestern in 1898. the first annual Pep Bounce roaring merr
formation of the league in 1890, for K. S. Inui, a Japanese student at Hill auditorium
Following many months of con-! - (y Associated Press) changes dropped Oberlin and Chi- the University won the contest in
struction work and final comple- SIDNEY, May 1.-A rough diary, I cago, which was replaced by Illi his senior year here. When he Starting off with a brief introduction
tion of details,scribbled on the rudder of their nois, in turn replaced by Western came to the Universtiy, he could Fred "Varsity" Lawton by Treasurer F
Women's League buliding will bes Reserve. This constitutes the pres- not speak English. Judge Charles
thrown open to the public at large plane, revealed today the tragedy ent membership of six schools. Simons, of Detroit, won in 1898. gram was rapidly accelerated by fiery to
Saturday afternoon with a recep- of Robert Hitchcock and Keith An- In 1903 Professor Trueblood suc- slides, and culminating in a brilliant, mo
ton from i2:30 o'clock in the after- Owen D. Young derson, aviators who lost their lives ceeded in having ex-Governor the Alumni association's "News and view
noon to 6 o'clock and from 8 o'clock .nfD.aeFrank O.Lowden 'endow the league
at night until 11 o'clock. Under- American financial expert and in an a'ttempt to find the airplane with $3,500 in stock, the proceds of Outstanding among the brief speeche
graduate: women will act as guides, chairman of the second Dawes Southern Cross. The story. came which each year are devoted to the H. Yost, Director of Athletics at the t
showing them through the entire make an announcement of the Eaton who came upon the airplane is deposited with the Regents of raunn n AnntArbornaande"Bill" betterkr
building, commission's failure to solve the kookaburra with the body of Iowa University, of which the don- William A. Frayer of the history departm
During the afternoon the fresh- German reparations problem. Onl Hitchcock under one wing and or is an alumnus. The rules of the MofMichigan.
man girls' glee club will sing from atleague require that no freshman orS-tT
2:30 o'clock to 3:30 o'clock in the Schachta new proposal by Dr. Halmar that of Anderson about 40 yardsi graduate can take part, and that Raber Announces Ticket .Sell-Out Th
assembly hall. From 3:30 to 4:30 s leader of the German del- away. no one may give the same oration For Affair; Favors Will Not and ve
tnere will be a program given in egation, will save the conference. The Eaton party made a forced twice. This rule was instituted Be Given Out the sta
the new theater by the University march from Wave Hill into the sity wh
girls' glee club and Orchesis. More- heart of a waterless desert in FLORAL DESIGNSPLANNED to deat
over a tea dance to which. couples northern territory. The brief com-I driven
only will be admitted will take IRCRmunications from them did not Senior Ball plans are now com- last thr
place from 4 to 6 o'clock in the as-'piethethctlennouneemcodsTfOthe "Thei
sembly room with music by Robert give the exact text of the records i thhs
Carson's orchestra. on the rudder, but did reveal the UrIUeAQ decoration scheme and of the list gn he r,
Orchesis To Entertain mannern which the two aviators 0of patrons and patronesses having S "Miqette Et Sa Mere" At be polit
That night there will be two met death.been made last night by Loy Suth- Mimes Theater meant
That nt the it, two Cytinder Causes Landing erland, '29, general chairman of mum o
special events, the first, entertain- 'Changes In Theory Of AviationI A forced landing, due to a faulty Sigma Xi, Scientific Society, A- ejnd 2,-eealcarmno maximui
ment by Orchesis and the Univer- gForm Basis For Speec cyldrand pus o o nounces Initiation For May the annual function scheduled for GRADUATE IN TITLE ROLE to fiam
sity girls' glee club from 8:30 to To Aero Club 'Kookaburra to earth, seven hours Thirteenth 19 o'clock tomorrow night in the and th
9:30 o'clock the theatre; the after leaving Alice Springs on April Ballroom of the Union. Since the "Miquette et Sa Mere", the twen- "Stud
second fwatr e oformaldancepor NOTE DEVELOPMENT ERE"10. The men tried to construct a UNDERGRADUATES CHOSEN announcement of a complete sel- ty-second annual French play, will rged t
which all available tickets have: runway to permit them to take off --- out of tickets, and of completed go on the boards at 8:15 this eve- of hun
been issued to women who applied "Scientists 100 years ago tried to again, but did 'not succeed. They Announcement has been made of arrangements for Charles Dorn- ning at Mimes theater. When the ciate a
for them. 'build planes on notions, beliefs, searched vainly for water and fin~the election of 11 undergraduates, berger's Victor Recording orches-curtam is rung up on scene I, it the gr
Practically every room and ev- superstitions and fancies" said ally were reduced to drinking al- intensive27raduates to associate mem- tra, the final plans have rested eeal s t of anwee world."
cry deartment can be seen ex- r William B. Stout, designer of the hodgafromlei ncopas achine bership in Sigma Xi, national hon- with the decorations committee bers of Le Cerce Francais, on the "A
actly=~as it will, be presented next {Ford all-metal plane and head of headed by C. Fenton Raber, '29. After
Week with the beginning operation the Stout Aircraft Corp., at the an- in an attempt to reach water, but orary scientific society. Thity- Flowers Used /In Decoration word of Prof. Rene Talamon, from t
of the facilities. nual banquet of the Michigan Aer- this hole was dry. h two graduates were promoted to1 Flowers Use b D o the Romance languages depart-
auia oit atngt T- Fd wsnt lakigfor theI Flowers form the bulk of the ment and faculty' advisor of thebrey
Seven representatives of the vari- onautical Society last nght. "To- 00 wan o cn s full membership, and 11 faculty, decorative material used to lend club ing the
ous categories into which women ' day they are built on fact, and that plane contained two is of is- medeecodech sm on- te materhl*hse tdledbcluh in thet
!u iaeoisit hc oe a hyaebito at n ttuts when the Eaton arty foundI men were accorded the same hon- the spring atmosphere to the prime In order to enable spectators who nte
connected with the University can is the reason men have succeeded it he e aonp f or. William W. Teffts alumnus, social function of the graduating understand very little if any French Yellow
blogically divided will form the in creating worth while production it. There were 20 gallons of gaso- orila ucino h rdatn nesadvr ite ayFec and "V
manre epti ony od y. d Among the of ircra t. rhline still left in the fuel tanks. was also elected to membership.class. The orchestra will be sur- to follow the play, a complete atd '
personnel will be one undergrd-i "Research laboratories," continued Last Entry April Twelfth Initiation of the new members to rounded flower-covered lattice- synopsis will be printed in the pro- I ta
uate woman, one a wife of one of Mr. Stout, "are making this pro- i"Atteipted to take off," said the the society, which is primarily a re- orma aren, h a e m ofI gnounes. Aossor Tadamon an with th
the deans, one prominent alumnai duction possible. Germany, after diary. 'Clearing runway, but owing' srr, blighting has been worked will enA speedy reading of this Man's
a representative of the alumnae the war, was not allowed to build to increasing debility and thirst weMsearch por thhaaniz n l b hel nt s og tenable them to comprehend on the
council, the wife of one Regent of any planes other than commercial. are unable to make further at- May 13 prior to the annual ban t de pillaris along the the action of th entire presenta- printed
the University, and two others. The allies thought they were deal- tempts." quet. "wall with subdued, vab-colored tion without trouble, he says.
The names of those chosen to re ing industry a death blow, but in The last entry was dated April Following are undergraduates light Tickets Still On Sale i I Mbel
ceive will be disclosed tomorrow. In reality they Were handing the Ger- 12 and -it showed the exhausted elected to associate membership: Although it has been a custo Tickets are still on sale at Gra--I
addition, there will be a hostess for mans a first position in the air condition of the men. Apparentlyelc o ste e, memersi: B for some years to present favorsats ham's State streetcbook store at 75 A Thn
po1world on a silver platter. Now the Anderson left in search of water or William C. Steere, 29, Oliver Bruce the Senior ball, the tradition has Iofr And in
persons or one individual. These United States is waking up to that other aid after his companion died, Goldsmith, '29E., John essel, 29E., been discontinued this year with ed holders of Cercle Francais Co
hostesses will explain many details fact, and will soon, I hope, wrest but he seemingly walked in circles Frank D. Heyward, Jr., '29F., L. A. the idea of spending the money, membership tickets. They are me- A
and special features concerning the the lead from Europe." until he to collapsed. Holmberg, '29F., Pierce Halleck Far- which by some was considere ds g yAnd in
theLieut.roEatonmesaid'that thercnear-ecwastdinte ato a rce- orted to be selling very fast, and
structure. The complete group of Evans Also Speaks Lieut. Eaton said that the near- ar, '29E.. Harold James Gibson, wasted the past, on an or s -a last minute rush for tickets is Ch
hostesses will change at certain E. S. Evans, president of the Na- est water to the place where the Erahaving a t iderepuaion expected by those in charge. "I belie
periods during the day and others tional Gliders Association, stressed plane landed was five miles dis- ,29., Willis Fowler-Hickes,29E., J. among lovers of the dance. Clever- The cast features Mary Karpin- To
will take over the functions. Re- the importance of gliding in train- tant. Because of the atmospheric Lewis Levine, '29E., J. Kenneth ly designed program will be given ski, Grad., in the title role of Mi- a
freshments will be served to all vis- ing of pilots and the future of conditions and the fact that his Salisbury, '29E., Richard Jamieson out at the door of the ballroom at quette, and Margaret Effinger in All the
itors throughout the day. lighter-than-air craft. "America horses had been without water for Williams, '29E. the time of the party. I the part of Miquette's mother. Tol
"Granite" To Be Presented has been so engrossed in 'airplane 50 hours, he was unable to bring Td300 Couples To Attend Other principals include: James C. For the
The actual opening of the theatre I production," he said, "that she has out the bodies. associate membership: Arthur M. According to the last count taken O'Neill, '30, John D. O'Neill, '30,
will take place next Monday when lost sight of dirigibles altogether. Cloudman, Robert, M. Petrie, Ethel by members of the ticket commit- George W. Johnson, '30, Thruston Follo
Comedy Club prButtese silver cigar-shaped light-CHINESE LECTURE B. Hansen, Kenneth Lester Jones, tee, more than 300 couples will at- E. Thieme, 29, and George Meader. Louis1
r e emn er-than-air balloons will be the Al h H Ed d E Pet- tend the formal spring event, the The remainder of the cast includes
Danets melodrama, "Grante." great fighters and passenger e the, F ibon" John Joseph Bitnr Cedric last social function given by the Lucilla B. Deizer, '29, Suzanne Michig
tibHuebeJtn'31,eRichardnHumphreys, ers in
aicre S ekr fr m t faut fha Ianformarta riers of the future"s L. Porter, Alexander'Hanchett class of 1929 as a group. Humbert, '31, Richard Humphreys,
opening, are now on sale at ma Speakers from the faculty of the In an effort to create an interest Smith, Waldo Edward Steidtmann, P Patrons and patronesses, as an- 31,Virginia Kimball, '29, Violet "The u
box-oeg, Crenona t previu University were Prof. Pawlowski, in donating funds to the China ,Gladys Florence West, Norman nounced last night by Charles Megaro, '29, Mary Morley, '31, Mary Yost,
announcements by Comedy Club head of the aeronautical depart- Famine Relief, Y. E. Chang, Grad., Banta, Edwin Alfred Clarke, Ralph! White, '29, include President Clar- Ptolemy, '31, Nataline Vincenti, '29, a mem
t~hP Una ilu,; ment, and Dean Sadler of the En- and Dr. F. S. Onderdonk, of the W W Hihie Friedrich Wilhelm Lef- ence Cook Little and Mrs. Little, and R. D. Schick, '32. - hlog,

he band, glee club, organ,
wo thousand students sent
ily on its way last night in
of Master of Ceremonies
Hobert Campbell, the pro
ks interspersed with song.
tion picture installment of
s of Michigan."
s were those of Fielding
University of Michigan in
own in public life as Prof.
ent, also of the. University
latter, removing his coat
st for emphasis, spoke of
te of affairs in the Univer-
.ich has sent one president
h in the last ten years, and
another to exile within the
ee or four months."
e is a certain minority of
udents here," vociferated
"which we will call small to
e, who do not know what is
by obligation, put in a mini-
f effort and hope to reap a
rm reward, who are disloyal
ily, friends, the University,
ents should come here,"
he historian, "with a spirit
iility. They should appre-
nd know that this is one of
eatest universities in the
Michigan Man's Creed"
receiving a great ovaioi --o
e crowd, Director Yost spoke
on Loyalty and Sports tak-
central traits as revealed
three University songs, "The
and Blue," "The Victors,"
arsity," the writers of the
wo both being present.
[dition, the audience recited
e athletic czar "A Michigan
Creed" which was flashed
screen and is herein re-
eve in the University of
maker of men,
Michigan Spirit
iceived in loyalty and demo-
her traditions
erished by all her sons.
ye in the spirit of service,
the University and all her
se I promise to uphold
the best of my ability,
greatest of all Universities-
wing this, the illustrious
Elbel, '00, led the fighting
an aggregation of horn blow-
a heart-rending rendition of
fictors" which, according to
vas written one hour after
orable football victory over
o in the Windy City in the

Le mun y n gn performance wilIg-'-v.,Ivu icaI1 va~~a c ju and
not be restricted to those resnond- gschool. Both talks per- Architectural school, will discuss fer, Charles Leslie Nicholls, John Dean John R. Effinger and Mrs. Is Second Presentation Here Iim
ot bt tetamed to the development of avia- the topic "America's Soul and William Schultz, Charles William' Effinger, Dean George W. Patter- This year's play was presented went
s _ted_ n atntion in the University, Dean Sadler China's Famine" at 4:15 o'clock this Selheimer, Jr., E. D. Guernsey, El- son and Mrs. Patterson, Dean Hugh once before in the University, in mentei
telling of the first glider which was afternoon in the Natural Science len Burden Stevenson, Julia F Cabot and Mrs. Cabot, Dean Henry 1916 At that time the two title I
S. C. A. NOMINATING built here 12 years ago. auditorium. cher Wisn,tEdwin hilli Crea L. Bates and Mrs. Bates, Dean Ed- roles were played by Adele Crand- present
GROUP IS PICKED -'__ser, George M. Plagens, Paul L.Ward H. Kraus' and Mrs. Kraus, all and Marie Cornwell. The play awe-n
Benefits Of University Fresh Air Camp Risley, Arthur Svihla, Ruth Dowell Dean Marcus L. Ward and Mrs. was wri ten by Robert de Flers and then x
The nominating committee of the Svihla Gaylord H. Wotring Ward, Dean Fred B. Wahr and Mrs. G. A. e Caillavet. Its premier ities o
Student Christian association was Are Heartily Endorsed By Dr. Forsythe Graduates Get Ful Membership Wahr. presentation occured in Paris at recesse
announced yesterday by Martin J Dean Wilbur R. Humphreys, the Theater des Varietes on Novem-
Mol, '30, president of the S. C. A. Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, head of is another example of the good Full membership was given to the Dean Clare E. Griffin and Mrs. ber 2, 1906. build
It is composed of Chester C. Ben- the Health Service, heartily en- 3work that adults are doing. Work following graduates: Joseph M. Griffin, Dean Herbert C. Sadler The locale of the play is laid in to bow
nett, '29, vice-president of the S. C. concerned with the welfare of these Murray, Marian Albertha Hawes, and Mrs. Sadler, Prof. Allan S. the little village of Chateau-
A., who will act as chairman, Ha dorsed Fresh Air camp as a benefit kids is about the most worth while W. J. Williams, Marion L. Lohman, Whitney and Mrs. Whitney, Prof. Thierry, where Miquette's widowed FRE
old S. Husband, '29, Mark S. An-I to the boys, to the students and to thing that adults can do, and stu- Delbert Swartz, T. E. Weier, M. S. Emil Lorch and Mrs. Lorch, Prof. mother keeps a tobacco shop. Mon-
drews, '29, Stanton W. Todd, '30, the University. Dr. Forsythe is a dents who join in will benefit from Carr, J. E. Miller, M. C. Rogers, E. Russell C. Hussey and Mrs. Hussey, chablon, a strolling actor, fires the
and Leo T. Norville, '30. The com-. member of the faculty committee their participation." M. Skinner, Mott Souders, Jr., Ar- Prof. George M. Ehlers and Mrs. girl with an ambition for the stage, Fresh
mittee will make the nominations in charge of the camp this year. "The camp alsi helps the Univer- thur Wagner. E. J. Merrill, E. J. hlers, Mm. Paul Buckley and Mrs. and after being wooed by a Count known
for the officers of the S. C. A. who "The camp," Dr. Forsythe de- sity. . The parents of the boys who Doty, F. D. Johnston, E. W. Miller, Buckley. . and a Marquis, she goes to Paris "Tapew
will be elected at the campus elec- clared, "is a fine thing for the boys get this opportunity to get away I F. D. Smith, H. C. Wolfe, J. G with the Marquis and her mother, 'will m
tions on May 15. who attend. The excellent effect from the city take a greater interest Black, H. N. Kozanowski, H. H. Niel- there to pursue theatrical studies the U
o ---oil on the health of the youngsters in the work of the University ad son, F. H. Wiley, R. H. Wilson, C.1 Sophomore Treasurer The remainder of the action pan f
'ENSIAN SUBSCRIBERS Iwho are taken from the city streets Iare impressed with the feeling of~ E. Burt. W. T. Dempster,' F. E. Eg- IsusPe o usThke reainderiofther maco pas
for two weeks in the hot summer cooperation that our institution is gleton, Adolph Murie, M. Graham of it is laid in a Parisian apart-
Michiganensian subscribers who jmust pe apparent to all. The pleas- showing. On the whole, the Fresh INetting, A. H. Stockard, Olive Grif Prevalence of the proverbial ment house. The action grows fast,
have not yet secured their copies ; ant surroundings, good company, Air camp is one of the best things fith Stull, Teuns Vergeer, Gordon Scotch instinct among the sopho- but Miquette's shrewish mother can O
of the 1929 yearbook may do so ;and the plan of cooperative living that the University is doing." L. Walls. I more literary students of the Uni- control the hot-tempered Marquis,
by presenting their receipts be- are the best ways of benefiting the The annual appeal of the Stu- Faculty members elected to full versity has placed the management and the end of Act III the curtain
tween 2 and 5 o'clock any after- 'Ikboys." dent Christian association to the membership include W. S. Murray, of that class in a position of finan- falls on a typical happy French
moon at the business offices of "The camp also has a good effectF student body for funds for the Millard Smith, Raphael Isaacs,'ial embarrassment. Only 20 mem- ending.ap
the publication in the Press on the students who go up there to camp will be held on Wednesday, Leon W. Cohen, Cecil C. Craig, G. bers out of the good 1000 in the o -^
building.1 help. It gives them a chance to May 8. An appeal direct to the:Y._Rainich, Stephen Timoshenko, class have paid their dues, accord- CAPS AND GOWNS

axing the spirited entertain-
was the anxiously-awaited
ng of the feature cinematic
ation. First revealing the
spiring historic skeletons in
iversithemuseum, the film
mosed the daily dozen activ-
sthe fair sex in the hidden
s of the Women's Athletic
g, strenuously endeavoring
1, shoot, fence, and golf.
aman groups IV, V, and VI
respectively as "Bloody '32",
vorms", and "Green Devils"
eet at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
nion to discuss preliminary
or the annual spring games.
ur eatherMan

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