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Vol. XXXI, No. 161 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1929

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SALE PROGRESSES
ELABORATED PROGRAM PLANS
REQUIRE RESERVATIONS
TO COPE WITH SALE
JUDGE DAY IS SPEAKER
Illinois Baseball Game And Cinema
Passes Will Be Complimentary
For Parents' Holiday

Banquet Fetes New A AS'AIBrown Is Freshman
President Of League' Spring Games Choice
Margaret Bush, '30, was installed In defiance of the threats of the
as president of the Women's League iDclass of '31, the freshmen held a
to take the place of Mary White, pep meeting at the Union last night
'29, who has occupied the position and elected Leo I. Brown, '32, cap-
for the past year at the iargetU Tt~r ain of the first year men for the
banquet in the history of thati Spring games which will take place,
organization. The occasion was also Friday and Saturday.
unique as the first installation of , Among the other events on the
officers in the new League. rgamarne
Mfises Grace Ricard ugedhta REPUBLICAN LEADERS P L A N program arranged by Jackson A.
Miss Grace Richards. urged that a TREEBLI AT EADEASUPREANWilcox, ''30, for the smokerk were a
fcloser tie be formed between the: TO DEBATE MEASURE Wlo,'0 o h mkrwr
undserg tesb anrmdbe e the visorsIN HOUSE talk by Prof. William A. Frayer, and
undergraduates and the advisors. several numbers by the Varsity
I She pointed out the danger that the band. Fred Asbeck, '29, hurler 'on
new building might tend to attract NO EXPLANATION FFERED the Varsity baseball team also
away from Barbour gymnasium, --spoke and then a number of the
where the advisory offices are Ample Opportunity To Be Given Student council in charge of the
located. Membership To Offer Spring .games explained the tugs-(
Following the installation ban-" Amendment of-war to take place across the!
quet, more than 80 women remain- ; Huron river Friday afternoon and

FUNERAL RITES FOR PROFESSOR

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COOLEY CONDUCTED YESTERDAY

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Attended by only a few intimate
friends, private funeral services .for:
Professor Charles Horton Cooley'
were held yesterday afternoon at'
2:30 o'clock from the Cooley homeI
on Forest Avenue. The services
were followed by burial at Forest!
Hill Cemetery.
All Sociology crasses were dis-
missed yesterday afternoon out oft
respect to the late head of the
department, the entire staff attend-
ing the services. Professors Lowell;
J. Carr, and Roy H. Holmes, and
John W. Albig, Francis Vreeland,
Elroy S. Gukert, and Joseph Cohen,
all of the sociology department,
acted as pall-bearers.F
The services for Professor Cooley

ed at the League for a house-| (By Associated Pres I the other three events which will were very simple, Reverend Henry
Tickets for the annual program warming, spending ,the night in the; WASHINGTON, May 8.-While be staged on Ferry field Saturday Lewis conducting them before a
and banquet of the Union's Father 22 bedrooms and in the dormitoryDemocrats were assailing many morning, small group of relatives, closest
and Son week-end are being rapidly of the League. I features of the new tariff bill, Re- 'Tuesday night the sophomores friends, and members of the depart-
sold, according to William E. Nis- j1publican leaders made plans today elected Algt D he sher ment of the Universtiy of which
sen, '29, president of the Union. It to begin general debate on the elted Albert Donahue as their he was the head.
is urged that all who wish to attend measure in the House tomorow eader and last night the sophomore The death oi Proressor Cooley
securee n theirse otickets detimmediately.Cole
secure their tickets immediately. without waiting for the adoption of ake teate mln ft the came after a long illness at 1
From the advancesale it is expected tmaketentativepla special rule to govern its consider- gamesp o'clock Tuesday morning. He was
that a capacity crowd will be at ation for amendment. . ;.k2t164 years of age, and had been con-
the banquet Saturday evening. The initial organized Democratic nected with the University for 37
Due to the length of the program j attack on the bill came in a state- years, acting as head of the socio-
the dinner will start at 6 o'clock ment late in the day by Represen- Ilogy department until April 26 when
sharp instead of 6:30 o'clock as tative Garner of Texas, minority his resignation from that post was {
indicated on the tickets. leader, who declared the members accepted by the Board of Regents.
Fraternities Reserve Tables "True Haven" Selected fly Council of his party were a unit in opposi- Professor Cooley was known all
From Those Offered tion to many administrative provi- 11over the world for his extensive
fraternities, banqcooperace willthe By Butterfield sions of the measure, some of which 1L activities in the field of sociology;
reserved in any number for groups rlihe characterized as "vicious." ID during the past two decades, .and
desiring to be together. Such reser- TO USE FRIEZE ORGAN Promise Opposition - __was considered one of the most
vations, which may be made by Garner's statement declared the Godkette's Casa Loma Orchestra eminent men on the faculty.-
phone, should be placed soon, so Selection of a first-run film fea- Democrats would continue to Will Furnish Music; Few j
that provision can be made for the ture as the main hit of the cap- oppose the delegation of power to Tickets Left(
seating. night program, May 12, was an-i the president to change import ___
Speakers for the occasion are to ounced. today by Jennings Me-, duties under the flexible provisions' EXPEaTED i
be Judge William L. Day, 'OOL., of Bride, councilman, in charge of the and also would oppose the new 600TEXPECTEDTV ATTEND
Cleveland, Coach Fielding H. Yost, cap night exercises. "True Heaven," proposal to limit the jurisdiction of!
and Carl Brandt of the speech featuring Lois Moran and George customs courts in reappraisement Dancing to the music of Jeani
department in the capacity of O'Brien, has been picked by four cases, and to give certain discre Goldkette's Case .Loma orchestra,
by the Union orc'hestra. those offered by the Butterfield to the secretary of treasury. pate in the Architects' annual May
In obtaining Judge Day as prin- theaters. "Valuation in the very heart of Party tomorrow night in Barbour Meeting Is Panned For All Those
cipal speaker for Saturday evening, Although, the film will be shown the tariff," said the Texan, "and to gymnasium. The people at the Interested In Maintaining
the committee on arrangements in Hill auditorium, attempts are give the secretary of the treasury Universitys only gala party will Academic Freedom
has been particularly fortunate in being made by Gerald Hoag, man- power to determine values is equiva- dance in a. futuristic city, Metro-
securing a man who is already well ager of the Michigan theater, to lent to gIving him the power to fix polis, wherein all the phasese of
known on the campus as an alum- give the picture as professional a rates. This is an arbitrary power modern and future life will be pic- CITE EASTERN CASE
ni speaker. Judge Day is a former showing as possible. Special lenses, that ought not to be delegated by tured on panels and the general
Michigan athlete and has spoken and other instruments will be in- Congress to the secretary of the atmosphere will be caught in the In order to bring all those per-
here for the last two years at pep stalled in the auditorium projection treasury or anybody else." ceiling and the accompanying deco- sons tn the campus together who
meetings. room, for this purpose. Permission Farm Duties A Problem rations. are interested in preserving aca-
Tickets Sale Continues to use the Frieze Memorial organ As for the agricultural duties, While a few tickets are still on demic freedom and the Constitu-
The sale of tickets at the main has been secured. and the organist comparison will have to be made. sale at the Union, the party prom- tional rights of American citizens,
desk in the Union lobby will con- of the Majestic theater will be on he said, to determine "whether the ises to be a capacity affair, with the the Round Table club will hold a
tinue until Saturday afternoon. hand for the occasion. net results will be to hurt the far- majority of the ticket-holders plot- meeting at 8 o'clock tonight at the
The tickets, priced at $1.50 a piece, In addition to the main film, mer more by raising the prices of ting and planning feverishly on Union. At this gathering speakers
may be purchased by individual which was to be shown at the Mich- what he buys than he will be their costumes. While several are will attempt to describe the situa-
students as well as those who are igan during June, but was secured helpe by increasing the prices he planning their attire to fit in with tion which exists on the University
entertaining their fathers. Besides especially for the traditional cap will get for what he sells." the motif, it is likely that the usual of Pittsburgh campus, where there
providing for admission to the night ceremony, will be a comedy, Informed of the Senate's action figures, such as elves and fairies recently occurred a breach of re-
banquet in the ballroom of the and a news reel. in adopting the export debenture and nymphs, will make their ap- lations.
Union, the fathers' tickets also At the program proper, which I plan in the farm bill the Texan pearances, with the somber black of A Liberal club organized there
include complimentary passes to will be held at the fire in Sleepy said the Democrats would line up formal attire mixing in. had the daring to critcize some Of
Hollow, songs of a fitting nature, solidly for the proposal after the the University policies and stren-
the llinis-ichian asebll a nd speechesmabad hih il
toe la S ata ae and speeches concerning the occa- measure reaches the House. Should the as one ballroom in uously objected to the methods
to be played Saturday afternoon in has been planned. Senatorl it fail to be incorporated in the leave the G aystone ballroom in 'used by the hired plc fte
"These tickets were made available 4 o, hsbe lne.Sntrjtfi ob noprtdi h Detroit especially to play for the Iue bythhie police of theI
through the courtesy of the Athletic Royal S. Copeland of New York will farm measure efforts would be affair erechas md pecy rh Coal-Iron interests in Pennsyl-
y;be the main speaker, while talks maettckionhearfbl,
assocghath onr.yo h tlei etemi pekr hl ak made to tack it on the tariff bill agmn~ affair heref has made Mcia specialsog ar-an vania. As a result of this ex-
association. . will also be given by senior coun- he added. orangements for Michigan songs an i n of opinion, its meetings
cilman Eugene Easterly, and Ken- o o {will introduce many novelty num. iwere ejected from the University
Britton Wrests Lead neth Patrick, '29, ex-managing edi- ORATORICAL BOARD bers. The band is well known lo- ejectd fr the Universy
for of The Daily. cally on account of their nearness suspended Later two of their
On Muirfield Course 'Varsity "M" blankets will be pre- R. M. Sanderson has been nom- to the University but also through eaders were expelled, and a pro-
sented by Coach Fielding H. Yost, mated for the presidency of their nghtly broadcasting from a essor of philosophy, who support-
(y Associated Press) Iat the ca night exercises. Blank- the Oratorical Board instead of Detroit station. Players with wide d the policies and activities of the-
GULNSctad experience and note will appear dteplcsanacitesoth
GULLANE, Scotland, May 8.- j(ets are given to those athletes who Norman Bowersox as was re- nlub, was discharged. i
For six minutes today an American have earned two letters in one ported in yesterday's Daily. The with this organization. .' ws dished.
golfer led the field in the first sport during their college career. names of the men put up for The leader, Henry Bragim, has the club and the administration
round of the British Open cham- Attendance of all Freshman is treasurer have been changed directed orchestras at the Roseland rose when the Liberals released
pionship, but at the close of play urged and Sophomores, Juniors and the correct ones being Irving ballroom in New York, at the Stat- numerous instances of suppress-
tonight the honor went to a Brit- Seniors are invited to attend the {Cooper, '31, and John Langen, I ler and Tuller hotels in Detroit, in 'ons of opinions of faculty mem-
ton, young Percy Allis, pro at the affair. A huge bonfire into which '31. Cleveland and Toledo clubs, and re- )ers, which, if authenticated, would
Wannsee club, Berlin Allis scored j the yearlings will through their y Robert J. Gessner. i cently lead his band at the Notre ,.eveal a serious defect in the ad-
a brilliant 69 to clip a stroke from pots will be erected from debris President Oratorical Board. Dame J-Hop. Among other well- ministration It is said that a pro-
the Muirfield course record, estab- colected for months. o- _o known men with the orchestra are fessor who wanted to stump for
lished yesterday by Leo Diegel. - -- Gene Gifford, once of Blue Steele's Al Smith in the recent campaign
it was a case today of beating'z epoterA t and Loop McGowan's bands, a well .givntudesadht i
Diegel to get the lead, for the P.G. Daily Reporter ees inn Arbor From "kno arranger, and formerly the eas given to understand that si
A. champion of the United States "B mp Air; Takes leader of his own organization; ,iven to understand that silence
earl inthe ay resed te lad Pum Y T kesMoving Pictuires Howdy Hall, from Vincent Lopez' '
fry AMytwould be the wiser .course. Another
from Abe Mitchell byturning in a group and the recording star; and cancelled negotiations for writing
71 to Abe's 72 The American held A sudden breath-taking drop; ( your mind that flying on a windy others who have played in the na- an article on the coal strike.
it only until Allis, who was playing then the feeling that a powerful day means a few bumps and wob- ion's leading dance orchestras. -
just behind him, came in with his magnet is drawing the plane up- bles that mean nothing to an ex- Tickets for the May Party are w
69, which was not threatened dur- ward with that swift elevator sen- perienced pilot, still available for sale, although omens ChampiOn E
ing the rest of the day. sation-and you are once more fly- On this particular trip, taken only a very limited number are Starts ThreeD
Tonight Cyril Tolley, the long ing along on a smooth level course; Sunday afternoon, we've climbed left. These may be bought at the
driving Englishman, was the only until you hit the next bump, Such into a Stinson-Detroiter at the table in the Architecture school
amateur in the first 45 Scores of is flying on a windy day. Municipal airport and the piloti lobby. How a co-ed feels towards the
the other amateurs today were i Ann Arbor from a height of two Ronald Wright, of the Flo Flying end of a fraternity week-end party
near the 80 mark or above. To the thousand feet is an interesting Services, has safely maneuvered !will be learned this week by n iss
surprise of the experts here, George sight. The symmetrical campus, i around the mud of the wind-blown Ou eat er i Billy Lee, who in conjunction with
Von Em, the Detroit star, was surrounded by a maze of toy houses, field and taken us for a birdseye an advertising campaign of a local
among the high scorers with 79, glistens in the sun and hurrying view of the town. We've taken a company is attempting to drive a
caused mostly by the difficulties students are specks on the white movie camera along to preserve the stock sedan of popular make
on the greens. Von Elm turned in walks. South of the campus the trip forever-for our eyes, at least- through Ann Arbor streets for a
the highest card of the 17 Amer-; rectangular farms, blotted here and and the little machine is clicking rnon-stop period of 72 hours.
icans playing. there with patches of trees, stretch i away, taking in all the sights. ( nIt is reported that Miss Lee's
o away to the horizon, and even at; In ten minutes we've se Ann Ar- I~ present feat will bring her closer
FRATERNITY MEN ATTENTION! I this height you can see air ripples bor and vicinity and the pilot noses to University portals than she has
i flowing across the small ponds be- the plane down towards the hangar, has ever been before in her life.
With over 400 High School { low the plane. which grows bigger as each second F"The Girls' World Champion endur-
athletes coming to Ann Arbor The empty stadium resembles a brings us closer to earth. The mo- ance driver is said to be very in-
this Friday and Saturday for the 1 gray backed turtle squatting on the tor has been shut down and we are pn n 1 terested in finding out how college

The following statement was
received yesterday by wire from
President Clarence Cook Little who
is in the East for a few days, pay-
ing great tribute to the professor:
"Michigan has suffered a very real
and permanent loss in the death of
Professor Cooley, who has com-
4 bined scholarship and knoweldge
of student interests with intel-
ligence and constructive effort to-
ward the lasting advancement of a
field of human endeavor which has
only recently come into its own.
"With unusual tact and skill he
has guided the constructive efforts
of students in the direction of the
bettermen of human relations. Hi
death will leave a gap in Michigan'
education process which will be
hard to close."
CAMP FUND DRIVE
Christian Association Raises More
Money For Camp This Year
Than Last Spring
ALL PLEDGES NOT IN
The annual drive conducted by
the Student Christian association
for the University Fresh Fresh At
camp funds went over successfully
the campaign netting almost $1,900
almost $400 more than last year'
figure. The final totals have not
been computed yet, as several house
organizations have not yet replied.
The fraternity and sorority drive
this year has netted $947.32, with
about $200 more pledged but not
yet received. In 1928, the final fig-
ure was only $790.50. Sales on the
campus this year netted $729.48
slightly over last year's figures of
$717.78. This year's total, including'
the contributions pledged by house
organizations, but not yet received
is $1,892.80, whereas last year
$1508.28 was collected in the drive
Tags were sold yesterday by z
group of students prominent ir
campus activities, headed by Stan-
'ton W. Todd, '30, director of the
drive.
There are a few houses that have
not yet contributed to the fund
and those organizations are urgec
to do so as soon as possible. The
names of the houses that have an-
swered within the past two day
will be published soon.
The first campus drive was hel
in 1921, and the amount has steadi-
ly risen since that date. In th
early years of the camp, the
amount collected was approximatec
$1500, thought it fell below tha
mark in 1925 and 1926. However
since 1926, the amount collected ha
increased each year. The directors
of the camp hope to see the total
reach $3,000 within two years.
Election Registration
Will Continue Today
Registration for All-Campus elec-
tions began yesterday with com-
paratively few signing up at the
booths placed in various parts of
the campus. Councilman David

TRADITIONAL SWING OUTI
FIRST OF EVENTS BEFORE
GRADUATION

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FOR MALITY IS KEYNOTE

Line Will Form On Diagonal
3:30 This Afternoon; 2000
Wiki March

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SENIOR STUDE.NTS
'if ILL BEGIN FINAL-
ACTIIVIIES TO DAY

Swinging out in an academic
processional column, the Univer-
sity's near 2000 graduates, will at
3:30 this afternoon on the campus
iiagonal, inaugurate the gradua-
tion exercises of the class of '29.
this ceremony is the initial one of
he activities marking the finish of
''-he senior's college careers, which
vill culminate with the commence-
nent exercises in June.
Swing out as a ceremony is im-
ued with high tradition, not only
>f the University but of all the
)rimary educational institutions of
he country. It should command,
herefore, student and faculty of-
'0 o
Relative to the manner of con-
Iduct to be practised at' swing
out the Student council of the
University has issued the fol-
lowing resolution:
"RESOLVED.-Thatthe Stu- I
dent Council heartily favors the -|
continuance of this tradition,
but feels that if a repetition of I
the disgraceful acts of last year I
are in evidence at Swing Out I
this year, it will support its I
abolishment. If Swing Out is
to continue, it is the duty of I
every senior who participates to I
see that his conduct is above
reproach and to prevent anyone j
from participating whose actions
are out of place.
'That the. Discipline commit-
tee of the Council shall carry
all cases of misconduct to the
University Discipline committee I
and support the punishment that I
these cases deserve. Suspension I
for a senior at this late date does I
not seem too severe in view of
thie long standing of this honored
tradition."
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Wheeler, '29, in charge of elections
and registration stated that the
number of women registered wa.
almost negligible, and urged thai
every woman on the campus appeaj
- at the booths today to secure a cer-
tificate which will allow them tc
vote next Wednesday.
ndurance Driver
ay Jaunt In Ann Arbor
tions of ice cream and milk three
times daily, at 9 o'clock in the
morning, at 12:30, and again at
'5:30 o'clock.
She started at 4 o'clock yester-
day afternoon from the corner of
Main and Huron streets, hand-
cuffed to the steering wheel She
will drive through Ann Arbor
;!streets until 4 o'clock Saturday
afternoon, unless she fails to com-
plete the alloted time. Then she
will spend her first eight hours of
sleep in the window of a local ga-
rage.
Smiling Billy Burton will accom-

icials point out, the highest re-
pect of both participants and
pectators.
Discipline Threatened
Any attempts to give the cere-
nony an informal taint, as has
)een witnessed in the past, will
)ring strong action, by the student
.nd faculty authorities in charge
vith the affair, according to state-
nents issued recently. Strict dis-
iplinary methods will be used
,.gainst individuals attempting to
nar the traditional sacredness of.
wing out, and should gross miscon-
luct occur during the ceremony, it
s highly probable that the future
raduating classes of the Univer-
ity will not be permitted a swing-
>ut among its graduation exercises,
authorities have threatened.
Formation Given
The classes will form at 3:30
>'clock Thursday afternoon along
:he walks on the campus extending
>ut from the medallion on the di-
igonal in front of the Library, in
he following order:
Senior Liter--y class on the walk
extending north-west from the me-
tallion toward Waterman gymnas-
um facing the Library. The women
vill be in front.
Engineers on the diagonal south
)f the Library; Architects directly
in the rear of the Engineers; Medics
)n the walk extending west toward
Jniversity hall; Laws in the rear>
f the Medics on the same walk;
Dents form on the walk extending
past to the Pharmacy building;
Pharmacy students in the rear of
the dents.
Graduate students on the walk
extending south-west toward the
Romance Languages building Edu-
┬░ational students behind the grad-
'tate students; Nurses in the rear
of the education students; Busi-
ness in the rear of the nurses.
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UNION NOMINATIONS
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Any persons who are ocnsider-
inv themselvesas eannlcnt nr

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