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Obstacle Race, Cane Spree, And Rope
Tving Events Will Conclude


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(By Associated Press)
GULLANE, Scotland, May 9.-{
Leo Deigel and Walter Hagen, two
star golf professionals from the
United States, dominated the sec-
ond day's play in the British Open
with Hagen second.
To take the lead for the first!
36 holes, the unorthodox Diegel S P E A K E R
scored 69, giving him a total for DISCUSI
the two days of 140, while Hagen, OF
defending his title, smashed the
course record with a sensational l STUDENTS
67, the lowest round ever scored in
the British classic, for an aggre- Meet World{
gate of 142. Says Speak
The visitors were crowded by !


Yost, Wieman, And Moore On Pro-
gram; Smoker Marks Culmina-
tion Of Year's Activities
An old-fashioned smoker, one
reminiscent of their undergraduate
days, will be the main feature
arranged for members of the Uni-
versity of Michigan Club of Ann
Arbor, who will attend the club's
annual celebration to be held Mon-
day, May 13, at the Michigan Union,
Entertainment, including talks
by Earl V. Moore, director of the
School of Music, who 'will speak onI
Carillons of Europe" and by Field-

Delegates From Nine States Attend
Un nilinw Co' dipc. Haau

At the urgent request of the Stu-
dent Council all members of the
Freshman class are . asked to be
present at a meeting to be held
Tuesday night, May 14, at the
Union. At this meeting will be
discussed plans for building a bon-
fire for the Cap Night ceremonies
and arrangements will be madel
with the class for the execution of
these plans.;
The bonfire will be held accord-
ing to the time honored custom in
Sleepy Hollow which adjoins the'
University Hospital grounds and
will provide the flames in which
the Freshmen throw their Dots.

Prof. W. A. Henderson Speaks On

On Its Own Terms,
.er; Money Is But


.Means To An End
Contest Tomorrow two British pros, Abe Mitchell with
- 144 and Percy Allis, credited with "Notwithstanding the cynicism of
With the picked brawn, and the 145. professional critics and professional
best schemes of attack that their Eight Americans held places reformers, I maintain that you will
respective boards of strategy could among the 11 leading competitors find happiness by flaunting aloft a
concoct, the "green" freshmen and within striking distance on the banner of your standards and ideals
the "red" sophomores will meet in eve of a crucial third rou in this world, taking things as you
three tugs of war, at 4 o'clock this find them," stated John Castlereagh
afternoon, on the banks of the Parker at the annual Honors con-
Huron river, in the first encounter vocation held yesterday in Hill
of the annual spring competition~ Iauditorium.
ofthanulsrncopttoauioim.2;1 I or the underclass leadership of "Your work is going to be carried
the campus. on and your happiness found in a
Entering their fourth and final 1 world in which you will come up
class games the sophomores will VOD I N [[EChO HS against meanness and tawdrinessl
be seeking their first victory in and rottenness," he asserted.
their college careers. Last year, the Cites Own Experience
class of '31 met defeat twice, and Ryerson And Curry Nominated For The speaker said that in thirty;
last fall fell before the freshmen Positions As Junior Members years of business experience he had[
at South Ferry field. The fresh- Of Student Council never found it necessary to make
men, on the other hand, with one , -- use of any objectionable practices
scalp under their belt, are deter- I BALLOTING IS FOOLPROOF ito attain success. He went on to
mined to maintain their suprem- - __say that if one is not willing to cast
acy over their immediate superiors, The second and final day of reg- ;success out of the window for his
with the aim of annexing a clean istration for the all-campus elec- standards and ideals, his standards
slate. A record of four victories is tion to be held Wednesday closed and ideals are not really stand-
now held by the class of '30. yesterday with 2,547 students being ards and ideals at all, but mere
Sophomores Carry Rope qualified to mark ballots. hypocracy.
Meeting at 3 o'clock this after- Stubs that were retained at the "Meet the world on its own terms,
noon at Watermann gymnasium registration booths will be used to getting down to the level of the man
the sophomores will carry the huge compile voters lists, and the detach- in the street but never patronizing
rope, which will be the one instru- able blanks that were given to each him," exhorted Mr. Parker. "Make
ment of warfare at today's en- student registering are to be pres- use of the man in the street, and
counters to the scene of the games. ented at the polls for the purpose you will find that you can learn
A new site for the spring clash has of identification. These blanks will much more from him than he can
been secured this year, by the be exchanged for ballots carrying a from you."
Councilman Ernest Reif, '30, who detachable blank on which the Mr. Parker warned the honor
s n cage of the affair. It will voter must write his name. The I students whom he addressed not to
be n the west side of the Huron signatures on both the registration ( confuse. money-success, personal
be orid below the University blank and the ballot stub will power, reputation, or contentment
hospital. then be compared by the election with true happiness.
hosptal.officials. Discusses Happiness3
Albert Donahue, '31, captain of The voter will then mark the bal-! "Possessions, the mark of money-
the sophomores, has issued orders lot and tear off the stub bearing success, never bring man happi-
to all his henchmen to round up his signature, handing both to the ness," he said. "Happiness is at-
the class in large numbers at the official at the booth for deposit in tained rather by the inner contents;
gymnasium prior to the tug-of different receptacles. The registra- of the soul and mind. Power to
war so that a most formidable tion receipt which was given at the issue orders and have them obeyed
showing can be made. Vieing equal- booths at the time of registration presupposes merely brute force, but
ly for a strong representation the must also be surrendered and is to sweet reasonableness makes men
freshmen leaders, headed by Leo I. be preserved by election officials. want to follow. Reputation brings
Brown, '32, have appealed to the As at the time of registration, satisfaction, but no happiness; the
class spirit of their colleagues to the voter must provide the number appraisal of the mob is hardly,
turn out in large numbers. They of hours credit he has earned in worth considering. Contentment isI
will meet at 3 o'clock this after- the University for purposes of at best a bovine characteristic."
noon in front of the Union. further comparison. The annual Honors Convocation,
Before marching to the scene of A careful check will be made of which Mr. Parker addressed, is held
the battle, the respective captains the registered voters against the! each spring in recognition of spe-1
will meet in front of the Library ballots cast, the unmarked ballots cial scholastic attainment on partl
to decide which side of the river returned from the polling places, of University students, who arei
the classes will take. A fip of the: and the registration blanks and honored by a seat in a special
coin will decide the class to have ballots after the booths are closed. reserved section of Hill -auditorium
preference in the. selection. Announcement was made last and a printed program bearing
Three Tugs Today ' night by Councilman David W. their names and an indication of

Ihe Frehm trngeremones;oover 1.-
qzAJA~~ ~A ~RA~JiAL~,~ --------------n's Difference From Either
ing H. Yost, director of athletics. Telegraphs Regrets In connection with the Cape Animal Or Machine
and Elton E. Wieman, professor of Night ceremonies and the date setAne
physical education, who will speak (y ASsociatd Press) for these, it has been reaffirmed
on "The proespects of next year's NEW YORK, May 9-The num- that the program will take place To the strains of Michigan's two
team," is on the program. Novelty ber of personages in New York Un- on Friday night, May 17, and most famous pep songs, Varsity and
numbers, a quartete from the glee iversity's Hall of Fame was in- not this coming Saturday as it was The Victors, nearly 2000 members
club, and vaudeville acts complete creased to 65 today when the busts erroneously stated in The Daily of the class of '29 yesterday after-
the entertainment arranged by Dr. of eight distinguished American yesterday morning. noon inaugurated their graduation
Dean W. Myers. authors, poets, statesmen, educa- exercises with the annual ceremony
The smoker climaxes the organ- tors and historians, were unveiled. 1111of Swing Out. Led by the Varsity
ization's first year of activities. Four native sons of Massachus band and following in the order of
Among the various enterprises suc- etts, William' Cullen Bryant, Oliver LU UN Wfoundation of the respective schools,
cessfully undertaken by the club Wendell Holmes, Francis Parkman the seiors, proceeding north-west
during its first year of existence and Nathaniel Hawthorne; two on the diagonal to State and North
were the entertainment of the dis- from Virginia, James Madison and University from their central post-
triet convention, the enrollment of Henry Clay; Henry Wadsworth UiHill about the library, marched to
248 members, the staging of the Longfellow of Maine, and Mrs. Hill auditorium for the customary
ICentennial send-off dinner, and the Emma Willard of Conecticut, were Teaddress.
placing of three honor trophies in those honored. School Of Business Administration he ceremonies in the auditorium
the schools. j Descendents Participate To Sponsor First Conference, were presided over by Eugene East-
Direct descendants of, the honor- Phelps Announces erly, chairman in charge of Swing
ed eight participated in the elab- Out, and Reverend Henry Lewis of
orate unveiling ceremonies. Nine the St. Andrew's Episcopal church
orates unve heremonries. Nineu- PR MINENT MEN TO TALK of Ann Arbor delivered the opening
states and the District of idn invocation. Fred Asbeck, '29, presi-
erwere represen ted. President G
asked to attend the unveiling of tration of the University will con- spoke for the seniors, expressing
Madison's bust, sent his regrets by vene tomorrow at the Union in the the sentiments of the graduating
telegraph. first alumni conference to be spon- class as a whole and their realiza-
"Ceremonies of this character sored by the School of Business tion of the great debt they owe to
Local Liberal Society Protests are a noble inspiration to the Administration, it was announced Michigan.
University Of Pittsburgh young," his telegram read. "and yesterday by D. M. Phelps of that Draws Curve Of Progress
Ousting they help -us all to keep alive the Prof. William D. Henderson, direc-
great tradition of our self-govern- 'The purpose of this conference tor of the University Extension
ALLEGE TYRANNY AT P iT ment by recalling the parts played is to bring about and maintain a Division, and former member of
by those great men and women of closer relationship betwen the the faculty in the School of Engin-
American 'history whose participa- alumni, the student body, and the cering, was the principal speaker,
At a special meeting of the tion in public affairs shape our faculty of the School of Business choosing as the theme for his
Round Table club, local student ideals and mould our institutions." Administration. Cooperation and address the "more" in man that
liberal organization, last night at . Broadcast Program mutual service now existing can be lifts him above the animal or the
the Union, the salient features of ! Many distinguished persons maintained and extended by occa- mere machine.
the recent ousting of two students marched in the procession as it sional joint meetings of thfese tyfM Likening the progress of the world
and a member of the faculty from passed through the collonnade to groups. We hope that this con- to a plotted curve, Professor Hen-
the University of Pittsburgh were the pavilion where the ceremonies ference may be followed by other derson expressed himself as firmly
explained by Prof. Lowell J. Carr were held. The program was such gatherings each year," said believing that the trend was upward
of the sociology department. Fol- broadcast. Phelps yesterday, and that it would continue in that
lowing Professor Carr's talk, an A grandson, Harold Godwin. un- M. H. Waterman will deliver the direction. "For" he said, "in the
open discussion was held in which veiled .the bust of Bryant; Dean address of welcome at the opening hearts of men and women there is
the members and friends present ! Wilbur L. Cross of the Yale grad- session, 'to be held at 10 o'clock, an inborn desire for all that is right
expressed their opinion of the ques- uate school soke of the poet. and Dean C. E. Griffin will address and fair and fine." This conviction
tion. Dr. John H. Finley, associate a luncheon meeting on the subject! was then explained and the dif-
According to Professor Carr the j editor of the New York Times, "The School of Business Adminis- ference between man and animal
action of the University of Pitts- spoke of the poet and essayist, tration and Its Alumni." Raymond shown as being due to five funda-
burgh administration resulted from Oliver Wendell Holmes. The bust T. Perring, of the Detroit Savings mental reasons.
the consequences of a recent refusal was unveiled by a grandson, Ed- bank, will be toastmaster at a ban- Diffe tiates M
of the Liberal Club at that univer- ward J. Holmes. quet planned for 6:30 o'clock. Dierentiat an
sity to call off a meeting in which A great granddaughter, Miss Una All delegates will be guests of the dirs fo bpointed out man
it was proposed to discuss the Hawthorne Deming, unveiled the Athletic Association at the Illinois- that he is an aesthetic being, never
Mooney-Billings case that has of bust of Hawthorne. Tribute was Michigan baseball game to be content with mere comfort, but
late attracted nation-wide interest, naid the great romanticist by Dr. played Saturday afternoon. After contrnto beautifyrh, but
largely through the efforts of the ! William Lyon Phelps of Yale. in a the opening session, the morning always striving to beautify his sur-
American Mercury. Antagonism had naper read by Major Curtis Hidden will be devoted to group discussions. roundings and his environment. It
arisen between this group and the Page. M. H. Pryor, Alois J. Chronowski t this pecuarity of human nature
universtiy on several occasions be- Dr. Richard Burton spoke of and F. A. Brimacombe will lead that urges man on to the greater
fore when members had strongly Longfellow, whose bust was unveil- discussion in the Banking and In- heghts of creative art and thinking.
criticised the reported illegal prac- ed by the poet's great granddaugh- vestments section; George L. Hull, Another radical dissimilarity be-
tices of the Coal and Iron Police in ter. Miss Mary Danna. A sonnet the Accounting section; and Rich- to Professor Henderson, is that marn
Western Pennsylvania. Despite a written for the occasion was read ard J. Haven and H. A. Mitchell, i e and hsonized a
university order to the contrary, by Major Page, president of the the Marketing and Sales Manage- society for the betterment of its
the group had met, only to be Poetry Society of America. meet section. .oietyvfdu thesbettetoi
forced to close after a short time, ' I-There will be no formal group or individuals well as the whole
by the entrance of university ofli- 'Tgeneral meetings in the afternoon. A third difference is seen in the
cials. Later the club was declared Wyvern To Sponsor No registration fee is to be charged, fact that man is a progressively
no longer a bonafide campus activ- I Bridge For Mothers it was announced. The price for constructive being, not content with
ity, and two of its leaders and a , -luncheon has been set at $1,00; for existing as simply a builder, like
faculty, who had defended their University students interested dinner, $1.50. the beaver or a bird, but constantly
actions, were ousted from the All pr___ditgivhngtombettrshis hmeeh-
cooin, providing their moth-ers an after- I society and his fellow-men. Then,
uschoolsdnoon's entertainment while they Student Jailed For too, he is a scientific being who asks
Because of the .iethods used attend the base ball game may get the questions, How? Why? When?
against the club and these three together and reserve tables for the CaShing Bad Che sWhat? as no other living thing in.
men, sympathizers have telegramed Wyvern bridge tea to be given from hwdasks the ng
to many liberal clubs on the cam- 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock in the Women's Arrested on a charge of cashing the world asks them.
puses of the country, asking them League building. It will be an forged checks, Cyril A. Gender- Emphasizes Religion
to cooperate by making formal pro- opportunity for mothers to meet Dr. maun, '29, of Brooklyn, N. Y., was "Man's curiosity," said Professor
test of the action. Some 20 such Margaret Bell, the Advisors of Wom- taken into custody yesterday after- Henderson, "is the basic reason for
groups over the United States have en, and other prominent people on noon and placed in the Washtenaw his scientific progress, since it is
responded with expressions of pro- campus. county jail pending a hearing of the desire to know and to discover
test and of sympathy. During the course of the after- his case in the Justice court some that leads him to great achieve-
The local organization last Fright noon skits from the Junior Girls' time today. Complaint against Gen- met in that field."
framed a resolution deploring tho Play will be presented, and mem-1 dermaun was 'lodged by the Uni- Continuing with the last and most
alleged unnecessary interference of bers of Wyvern will show guests versity branch of the Ann Arbor vital differentiation, the speaker
the Pitt authorities, and tonight through the building. j Savings Bank. strongly emphasised that, "not only
over 100 students and faculty mem- I - '--do we differ from the beast and the
h ers affixed their names. It is T1' mLn ~~Tmachine in that we are aesthetic
Splanned to delay 'thmesending oFATHER-SON GATHERINGS INDUCE lovers of beauty, founders of ethical
Ithe petition to Pittsburg for a day CE EAT ION HIP CAYS YO systems, progressive constructin-
i or so until other students of the CLOSEREO- N HJ ists, and scientific experimenters
university have had a chance to _ _but we are religious beings as well
indicatetheir position by signing- gatherings of Coach Yost, and Judge William and it is this point that marks. us
A booth will be maintained in ate a s 'OOL are to be the sas a distinct creation on earth."
Angell Hall tomorrow for this pur-! any typo are always condu.cive ,'Oae to be>he peak-'
poge H marbetteraiomrwfirIbut te-ers at the banquet in the ball- The soul was seen by Professo
pose.rtnderstanding, b r h oom of the Union at 6 o'clock Sat- Henderson as the biggest factoi
- opportunity offered by the Union's urday evening. Carl Brandt of the setting us apart from purely world-
atnnual Father and Son week end speech department will act as ly things, and he concluded, "some
is especially valuable," according to ntastnmaster. call it the soul, some the breath o

I Coach Fielding H. Yost in com- I The ticket sale, at the main life, and some do not even attempi
menting upon the program plan- 'desk in the lobby of the Union, is to define, but no matter how it is
. I ned by the Union for this week progressing rapidly, and a capa- expressed or realized, the fact
end. city crowd is expected. Those de- remains that it is the great thing

3 ,

This afternoon there will be1
three tugs-of-war in all. Two will
be between picked teams of 50
each. In the final one, all mem-
bers of the sophomore and fresh-
men classes will participate. Two
points will be awarded to the class
winning two of the three clashes.
The class winning this encounter
will have the privilege of carrying
the rope back up State street, and,
of having their picture taken in
front of Hill auditorium.
At 9 o'clock tomorrow morning
the two classes will assemble at
the same places to march to Ferry
field for the three remaining
matches of the games. They will
be the cane spree, the obstaclel
race, and the rope tying contest.
Each of these count one point, and
with the two points of the tug-of-
wars, will complete the scoring.
Three points will be sufficient for
Picked Men To Fight
The cane spree will be a contest
between nine picked men of each
class for thepossession. of nine
canes. The obstacle race will be
rdn in three heats of five men each
with two walls to cimb over, bar-
rels to dive through, a large tar-
paulin to crawl under, and two
tetter-totters to run over. The
point of this race will be awarded
to the class "winning two u; the
three heats.
In the rope-tying contest all
members present will be furnished
with five pieces of rope, and two
pens will be provided for the re-
spective classes in which to throw
their prisoners. Fifteen minutes

Wheeler, '29, of the addition of two!
names to the list of candidates for!
the Student Council. George A.
Ryerson, '31, and Jerry W. Curry,
'31, have been nominated for posi-

their achievements.
Greenland Talks To
Antarctica Via Radio

tions as Junior members of the,
Council. John W. Yeagley, '31, has One end of the world talked with
withdrawn his name from the list the other last Monday night when
of candidates for Junior positions. the radio station at Little America,
Antarctica, communicated with }
* eaps Will Lecture the University of Michigan Meteor- 4
ological Station at Mount Evans,
On Russian Novelist Greenland, according to Russell
Owen, special correspondent to the
Lecturing on Tolstoi's "Resur- New York Times.
rection," the Rev. A. Heaps is to The connection was made with
appear in room 231 Angell hall, at I Greenland, which is about 12,000'
4:15 o'clock Tuesday, May 14. His miles distant at 5 o'clock in the aft-,
lecture will be illustrated with lan- ernoon or? 2 o'clock in the morning
tern slides. of the next day in Greenland.
In the 18 years of its existenceI addition to the general decorations
the Architect;' May Party, which were incorporated in the arrange-
will be held tonight in the Bar nt of the party. Corsages were
wil behed tnigt n te Br-lowered in a large basket fromth
bour gymnasium amid the con- balcony of Barbour gymnasium.
verging planes and colors of a mod- An era of enthusiasm for the.
ernistic metropolis, has grown to annual May Party was ushered in'
a high social eminence, surpassed with the affair of 1923. That,
only by the J-Hop. , Egyptian party was a real inova-
In 1911 the members of the I tion; the theme chosen was very
Architectural college realized the appropriate at the time due to the!
necessity of some social function, archeological discoveries of that
to be given annually, which would year.
serve as a bond in an effort to In 1924, due to the campus con-
unite the members of the college census in favor of a costume party,
more firmly. the practice of wearing costumes
In 1921, the May Party entered was inaugurated. In that year theI
a new era, the affair being held Latin quarter of Paris was chosen
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