- TIESAYMAY IA1, 192
VOTERS WILL ELECT EIGHT OF- SEVENTEE[N
CANDIDATES CHOSEN TO. RUN FOR UNION
OFFICES;J ONLY MEN, STUDENTS TD VOTE
Where To Vote
Lits : -In front of Library.
Physical Eds:-In front of
Bus. Ads. :-Tappan hail.
Graduate students:--Tappa n
TWO, NOMINEES LITE
IN STUDENT CHITA
ZINK AND WEBSTER REMAIN
IN RACE FOR PRESIDENT
BOTH CANDIDATES ACTIVE
Vice-Presidential Office Draws
Candidacy Of Taylor
How To Vote
Present registration receipt
which was received last Tuesday
or Wednesday to the official at
the votingsbooth.He will ex-
change this for an unmarked
ballot with a detachable stub at
the b ttnm iO. ,n r nmp nn
H~F, ORS N WILHN PESIDENCY Of STUDENT COUNCIL,
WHEN POLLS OPEN FOR ALL CAMPUS VOTE
JACK WILCOX AND KENNETH POLLS TO OPEN hal.
LLOYD ARE RUNNING 'Pharics:-Tappan hall.
FOR pRESIDENCY AT NINE O'COC haic-Tpnhal
COMPETITION lS KEEN Tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock Engineers:-Engineering arch.
11 campus polls will be opened to Architects:-Engineering arch.
James Thayer And Robert S. McCoyreiv the votes of more than 2000 I
Seek Office Of Recording receive Dents.:-Dental building.
students who have registered for
Secretary this year's all campus election. Stu- Medics,:-New Medical build-
Eight offices in the Michigan dents from all schools and colleges ing.
Union, sought by 17 nominees, will in the University will elect officers Laws:-Back. of Law school.
be filled by tomorrow's all campus for six campus organizations.
elections. Ly yero20 men an As on all previousoccasions, the
for these officesewhich includelection this year will be held for o'clock in the ,morning to 12:10 at
president, recording secretary and one day only, an4. the ballot boxes noon; and will reopen at 1 o'clock to
px -residentrdisewill be placed at-strategic psitions receive ballots until 5 o'clock, after
six vice-presidents. Ion the campus so that they will which time no votes will be accept-
Jackson A. Wilcox, '30, and Ken- }be most convenient to all, students ed. These booths will be in charge
neth M. Lloyd, 30, are the presi- I
Wilcox was a
member of un-
tee in 1927-28, as
well as the lead-
er of the fresh-I
man group. In
this capacity he
for many inno-
vations in the
handling of in-
men, having or-
Wilcox iginated the idea
of pep rallies for
the class games, re-established the
traditional freshman banquet which
had not been held for several;
years. He was given the chairman-
ship of the underclass department
of the Union this year and served
as organizer and leader of the
Union freshman groups. He is al-
so a member of the Executive
Lloyd held a post on the Recep-
tion committee during 1927-28, and
was active in the organization and
direction of the Fathers and Sons
banquet of last year. During the
past year he has held the chair-
manship of the Publicity commit-
tee of the Union, besides which he
is an active member of the Exec-
Robert S. Mc-
Coy, 130E., and
'30, are compet-
ing for the office
nominated by a
by 200 names
and accepted by
committee with Lloyd
the approval of
Kenneth Schafer, present Record-
Thayer has been active as an
assistant in the department of Re-
cording Secretary for the past two
years. He has just been chosen:
next year's manager of the 'track
With the exception of Medical
vice-president, for which three ien
have been nominated, only two
men are running for each of the
other five positions consisting of
Literary, Engineering, Law, Dental,
and combined vice-presidents.
William A. Murphy and Frederick
C. Widman are running for Liter-
ary vice-president; Charles R. Wood!
and Charles R. Waddell for En-
gineering vice-president; Robert
Bartlett, Walter Scott and James
H. Allen for Medical vice-president; I
and Manly K. Hunt and Robert
Heaney for Law vice-president.
Dental candidates are Charles Wal-.
do and Maynard B. Scover, and for
Combined vice-president, John M.
Felton and George H. Tidswell.
The management of the Union is
supervised by a Board of Direc-
tors. The president and the six
vice-presidents from the various
schools are members of the board.
The recording secretary is also a
member of the board. The organi-
zation also includes an alumni sec
retary and a financial secretary,'
and the past year there have been!
two alumni members. Two faculty
members, the dean of students,
and a representative from the
Board of Regents complete the or-
One of ,the president's most ex-
acting duties is the selection of
members for the various commit-
tees of the Union. There are four
such committees in the present or-
ganization, and these groups look!
after the activities in each of their
departments. The house commit-
tee, reception committee, under-
class committee and the publicity
committee are the official desig-
nations of these four organiza-
The president is also an ex-officia
mnember of the Stuident council.
vuer" f and under the direct super-
The - poll's will' be open from 9 ]vision of Student council members.
Voting for the candidate for the
resident of the Student Christian!
Association has been narrowed
down to the selection of one of the
two candidates. Julius A. Zink and
I John E. Webster are the nominees
for the head of the organization.
Laverne Taylor and John M.
I Brumm are the candidates for the!
position of Vice-president.I
Both Zink and Webster have
been active in the work of the or-l
ganization which they wish to head
and are both qualified as its leader.
The entire cam-1
pus is allowed to
vote for the manc
whom they thinki
is best fitted to'
discharge t h e
i eLa e, auLAom. ign your name on
the tub nd how o te el c-cil for compiling a voters' list. The
the stub and show to the elec detachable blank was retained by
tion official for comparison with the voter for the purpose of iden-
the signature on the registration tification at the polls tomorrow.
blank. Then mark ballot berg At the polls the registration
limifu t t cain egru.bear blanks will be exchanged for bal-
limitincertainhtheouTerlots carryinga detachable stubbon
the stub from the ballot and which the voter must write his sig-,
jdeposit the ballot in the recep- nature for purposes of comparison
the official at the booth for fil-; with the signature on the certifi-
tacle. Return the signed stub to cate stration He w i
ing. The registration receipts cate of registration. He will then
are also to be kept for future mark the ballot under the scrutiny
rareene astoof the election officials, tear off the
reference . blank bearing his signature, and
__hand the stub to the election offi-
NEW FOOL-PROOF cial for filing. He will deposit his
ballot in the receptacle for that
SYSTEM DEVISED!purpose. He must surrender at the
Ssame time his registration receipt
which will be filed with the signed
The system of registration and stub from the ballot.
voting which was used this year In addition to his signature the
has been derived by the Student voter was required to provide at
council in an effort to eliminate the registration booth last week the
graft and insure a fool-proof elec- number of hours credit he has
tion. earned in the University. This will
The plan called for the identifi- also be required in the casting of a
cation of each voter seeking- -toreg-. vote tomorrow.
ister through the presentation'of a The plan also provides for a
Union card, treasurer's receipt, or careful checking of the registered
certificate of registration in the voters against the ballots cast and
STUDENTS WILL ELECT
SIX NEW MEMBERS
More than 2,000 students are ex-
pected to go to the polls tomorrow
to choose a president for the Stu-
dent Council, three new members
from the Class of '30 and three
from the Class of '31. The council
consists of 13 men and includes
three seniors that were elected last
year, three new men from the Class
of '30 to be elected tomorrow, and
three from the present sophomore
class. Ex-officio members include
the managing editor of The Daily,
the student member of the Board
in Control of Athletics, and the
president of the Michigan Union.
Three candidates are this year
A.ltCampus Election, Wednesday, May 15
Kline, Kloster, Cochran,
Gage And Norville Are
Seniors In Race
the name of the candidate
cross in the square (
for whom you wish to vote.
(All Men Vote)
(Vote for One)
ERNEST C. REIF
(Vote for Three)
LEO T. NORVILLE
DONALD J. KLINE
JOHN F. RICE
(Vote for One)
(Ali Men Vote)
(Vote for One)
ROBERT S. M'COY
JACKSON A. WILCOX
KENNETH M, LLOYD
(Vote only for one and only in your
(Vote for Three)
FRANCIS H. BEEBE
JERROLD W. CURRY
MATTHEW C. HADDON
JAMES A. ALLEN
(Entire Campus Vote)
I MANLY K. HUNT
association du- University to be secured from the unmarked Pallots returned fron\it vieing for the office of president.
ties, but a re- Recorder's office. The registering the polling places, as well as a non- George Simons. Jennings McBride,
quest has. been voter then filled in a stub and i partisan custody of the registra- and Ernest C. Reif are the three
m a d e by the detachable blank at the booth and tion blanks and ballots after the candidates for this office.
A present officers the stub was retained by the coun- closing of the booths. Simons was a
of the organiza- ~~member of the
' tion thati only Daily staff from
Webster those students [1927 to 1929. He
who are inter- !1ST1DETSITO H09SE I1U NOIN!I1L y was a night editor
ested in the work of the Student asin 1928-29 and is
Christian Association and the per-; lthe present news
petuation of its ideals, express I Ufl bI L editor of this
their choice for its officers. All paper. He was a
students on the campus who regis- (.member of Sphinx
tered during the.two days allowed Eight Candidates Are L i st e d Nine Candidates Listed For Board and is a member
for that function will be allowed to In Race For Association In Control Of Student of Sigma Delta
cast a vote for Positions Publications Chi, national pro-
the association ! fessional journal-
president a n d I FOUR POSTS ARE OPEN THREE TO BE CHOSEN istic society.
vice - president, TOGeorge Simons M c B r i d.e is a
but the majority - member of the
of the ballots Officers for the Oratorical Asso- From a ballot of nine students, Student council, Freshman football
cast it is hoped ciation, of which the nominees to- all of whom have served either in and on the Varsity squad for two
will be from thwh tal eight for the four offices; are to an editorial or business capacity on years. As a member of the coun-
be chosen along with the other one of the student publications, cil he had charge of the visit of
have the inter- three will be chosen in tomorrow's the students from the various eOi-
ests of the or- student offices on the campus to- all-campus elections to fill student leges in South Africa and is the
ganization a t morrow. positions on the Board in Control chairman of the cap night activ-
heart and are The two candidates for president of Student Publications. ities
tivel ngagedof the organization are J, Ormond Composed of seven members, Reif is also a
acin its work.Zink Drake and Rus- four of whom are University facul- member of the
LavernekTaylor and John M. sell M. Sander- ty men, this board has supervision present council
son. Drake was over the three leading campus and has been a
vice-president of the Student amember of the publications; the Michigan Daily, two letter man
Christian association and have also Freshman base- the Gargoyle, and the Michiganeh on the Varsity
Crsinaocainadhvaloball squad dur- sian. The editors and business
been engaged in its work for the alsuddrsa.Th edtsan bsms swimming team.
ing his first year managers of each of the three pub- H m t
past several years. Both are quali- in school. Dur- lications are chosen each year by e was in arge
fled as officers of the organization. ing 1928-29 ho this board:of btween thneaeb
a abine whichn us gothepres participated in Nine Men Competing freshmen a n d
ident, vice-president, secretary, the activities of The folloing students were sophomores last
and treasurer of the association, a the Varsity de- chosen by the board at a recent Friday and Sat-
dreasr of the anoitio a bating team. He j.meeting: Stanton Todd, Robert d
director of publicity, and this last woais lc rk rwCalsRtLwec rda. McBride
year, there have been eight co-Won first place Drake I Brown, Charles Roth, LawrenThe position of president of the
yea, terehae ben igh c m the all-cam- (Klein, Fred Bauschard, ThomasSTuentconcil in noe
mittee chairmen. A general sec- sxsspeech con-T Student council is an honored oe
retai-y and an office secretary arep etemporand aspeecon- Thoma, Joe Howll, Don campus and is much sought-
employed to take care of most of irst in ha lo ceived Klieand Todd Bas nafter by those interested in the
the executve work. first place in the local contest of Stanton Todd was connectedgoen ntfthsudtbdy
the executive work. 'the Northern Oratorical league- with the 'Ensian having served on gvernment of the student body.
The trustees of the association Lth Norhe torird plae ith teiEian avinfrvedn He controls in great part the poli-
numbered six this past year. Of- Last year he took third place in the editorial staff for two-and-a- cies and activities of the students
fices included a chairman and sec- te s andthe position is therefore full of
retary. President Little was one of contest Robert Brown ha aso been con unusual responsibility.
the embis f te Bord f Tus- Drake is the vice-president of the neted with editorial side of the Sxmnhv
the members of the Board of Trus- local chapter of Delta Sigma Rho, 'Ensian for more than two years Six men have
tees, and the present outgoing the national honorary forensic so- Charles Roth has served on the from the Class
presdet _ws __s__emer ,ciety, the treasurer of the Men's business side of the c-argoyle since f or pos
Educational club this year, and a February, 1927. of'30 for -
Two Candidates 'Vie member of the Alpha Nu literary Lawrence Klein has been asso tions on the
society. ciated with the editorial side of ct niates
For Athletic Board Sanderson, who The Daily for more than two yearshdd
is o pposi n g and was this year's editor of Rolls, are to be chosen
Drake for the as well as a night editor.
Patten And Wheeler Are Opponents presidency, has ( Fred Bauschard has been active- t o m o r r o w for
For 1929-30 Student been the speakerm s ly engaged on the business side of seorhip as
Positions of the Adelphi the 'Ensian since his freshman seior represent-
House of Repre- inyear.ees Thude
The entire campus will be allow- sentatives. H e Thomas Thomas was the Manag- Reif nees n c u d e
ed to vote tomorrow for one of the has been the ing Editor of this year's 'Ensian. Earl Kloster Alexander Gage,
two candidates for a position on c h a i r m a n of Joseph Howell has been connect- Stanley tCochran, LeoTNrGage,
the Board in Control of Athletics. elections, ushers, ed with The Daily for two-and-a- y Do Leo T. Norvlle
Robert J. Patton and Jack Wheel- and local con- half years, and was a night editor Tnd are J. and
er are the two nominees for the tests committees this year. the three positions as junior rep-
new position on the board. of the Oratorical S rDonald Kline was a night editor h resentatives ton the council. The
The board is composed of nine board. In 1926 Sanderson on The Daily this year, having seven men include Thomas Bald-
faculty members, and three alumni and again this year he was a mem- served on the editorial staff since e win, Francis H. Beebe, GeorgeRy-
members, and two student mem- ber of the Intercollegiate debating February, 1927. , Jerrold W. Curry, Bruce Pal-
bers. The student who will be se- squad. George Bradley has just comerson, and w C. Haddon.
lected tomorrow will hold a mem- The two candidates for the posi- pleted more than two years serv- A difficult task is presented to
bership on the board for two years. tion of vice-president are Lawrence ice on the business side of the the voters in the election to
The two candidates were selected Hartwig and Howard Simons. Hart- Daily. rhr-othath electintethree
several days ago at a meeting of wig is a sophomore and Simons is Four Faculty Men On Board --en from each of the above groups
the Board of Managers in the Ad- a junior. ; The Board includes in its mem- cndirte ho are be quf
ministration building at Ferry Hartwig was a member of the bership four faculty members, to carry on the constructive w k
field. The men on the board are debating team from 1927 to 1929.! making a total of seven. The fac- o teStude consfr ter
managers of football, basketball, Last year he won the Thomas H. ulty members include Prof. Morris All of th
baseball, track, intramural and in- Black Oratorical contest. For the Tilley, chairman, Prof. Edson R. ever, are equally qualified for the
terscholastics. past year he has been the speaker Sunderland, business manager, posiioand are all capable of
of the Adelphi House oft Represen- Prof. Roy W. Cowden, and Carl G. dischaingthend tiesaofathe of
BRITISH CAMPAIGN tatives and the treasurer of the Brandt. Professor Cowden was ap- ces for which they are running.
Oratorical association. He is a pointed by President Little to fill
SPEECHES B E G I N member of Delta Sigma Rho, na- the vacancy left when Prof. Robert
tional honorary forensic society. C. Angell was given.a leave of ab- MEAD TO SPEAK
(Iy Associated Press) Simons is a member of Alpha Nu,sene. Mr. Brandt is fillin the FBOULDE
LONDON, May 13.-Campaign i was a member of the debatingl vacancy left when Dean Joseph A.
speeches fell like autumn leaves to- (team this year, and has served on Bursley was also given a leave of
day on the British electorate as The Daily staff for five semesters. absence. Neither one of the last Lecturing on "The Boulder Can-
the major parties ioined battle for The candidates for treasurer are two mentioned members of the yon Project," Prof. Daniel W.
elections on May 30. John Q. Langen, and Irving Cooper. board will serve next year. Dean Mead, consulting engineer to the
Sir Austin Chamberlin, foreign Dorothy Miller and Lois Webb are Bursley is returning next year, and i University of Wisconsin, will a
JULIUS A. ZINK
JOHN E. WEBSTER
COMM1NED VICE -PRESIDENT
J. MARI. FELTON
GEORGE H. TIDSWELL
JOHN M. BRUMM
(Entire Campus Vot
RUSSELL M. SANDE
Board In Control Of
(Entire Campus Vote)
(Vote for Three)
JOHN Q. LANGEN
Board In Control
(Entire Campus Vote)
(Vote for One)
ROBERT J. PATTON
1. f " " y r r . r