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Vol. XXXIX, No. 102. ANN ARBOR, MICI1GkN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1929
STUDENT FORUMT FFUTI T ID'ARANYI RATED i ALOWELL THOMAS
OF S. C. A. HEARS BY CRITICS AS DOESNOT TALKru
ABOT THURSDAY SPLENDID ARTIST FOR REPORTERS
~$ Dr Hugh Cabot, dean of the Med- C W IPesenting a ledo fimO~o i detrsadahee
D .ical school, will speak on, "The R O viln numbers elly pro ran
HIS ADVEN ES Bo a OFHIGHAY GROUP v= TOCAPITAL SEEK(SZZt:ZTO
Basis of Faith,"at the second of a noted Hungaianwoman violinisti Daily reporter last night with a few
IK series of student forums sponsored( will appear at 3:1le o'clock tonightI terse but apologetic remarks.,He
by the Student Christian associa- Rin Hi auditorium in the ninth was busy, as he has been for the
A R B A _ A L S I L r so st udent forumstsponsoredlO PEN.H ER E T DIyiI ill appeara ati 8:1iu o'clocke tnigtht 1 es u plgei e ak. H O t
to be held at 4:05 o'clock of the Choral Unpast several years, with the prep-
mon, tpaogamrt rt seraUnionics-- arations of the cameras for the lec-
morrow afternoon in the reading _ cet series. K -- ture, and a few years before that,
LECTURE IS ILLUSTRATED WITH room at Lane Hall. The meetings PROGRAM INCLUDES TOUR OF Critics in many of the musical FRIENDS OF HOOVER CLAIM with the taking of the only pic- WILL
MOTION PICTURES OF (are all informal, and are open to CAMPUS BUILDINGS, LIBRA- capitols of the world where Miss TRIP IS NOT CONTRARY TO torial record in existence of Colonel U.
TRAVELS all men and women students on RIES AND LABORATORIES d'Aranyi has played have agreed PRECEDENT Lawrence's conquests in Arabia and:
d rry a laeha e a re General Allenby's victory in Pales-
NANSEN TO REPLACE the campus. last LECTURE BY HOBBS in their praise of her artistry. In ; BORAM NOT LIKELY tine.es OLD
HOMER ST.'6AUDENS Tefrm eesatd4Bsofreape arnSoe FOR CABINET POST As part compensation for ;the(
Esemester by the Student Christian TO FEATURE NIGHT Smith, critic for the Boston Post, ___lR lack of time for an interview, Mr.o
association -as an attempt to pro- sThomas handed the interviewer two
Avide an opportunity fpr students to said that sheewasonot only a vio- Conference Constitutes M a j o rnRecept
Allenby And Lawrence Both Carry discuss important social and reli- iBanquet To Be eld In Union linist of brilliant, dazzling technic, Cause For President-Elect's ner paper angs, ote from aS
On Brilliant Military egiousquestionsh n Thursday Evening at Return To CapitolDndrpaperand the other roma!
giu usin, under the ge:30ad 'coc she is among" the few of recent London paper which contained an
eral headingo "Looking on Le." ___years who can justly be called a i aaccount of his adventures, a bit
-- The plan proved very " successful Cneigtdyfr.about hslf nAercadafw Ope
"General Allenby, in his wonder- last year, and will be continued Convening today for a four-day creative violirfii1t."WASHINGTON, Feb. 19.-Presi-- b his life i America, and a fev BankI
ful campaign to free the. Holy throughout the present semester, conference on Hii way Engineer- The distinguished artist is a dent-elect Hoover returned to remarks which he had made in a the pu
Land, was the last and greatest of ;Each week, some prominent mem- ing, road commis n e and high- grand-neice - Joachim and has Washington today from his Floridalee Tee pi hesdand s
vacation with the intention of might be "quoted explicitly or im- Bank i
the world's crusaders," said Lowell ber of the faculty is invited to lead way engineers from. Michigan and studied under, the special tutorship holding an early conferencenwith plicitly," and he would stand back Thursd
Thomas, who spoke last night on te iscussion. neighboring states will open the of Hubay. In view of her recog- President Coolidge from whom he of anything that might be said may a
Tuinhomasserth mayA.,abuthm."us ner
"With Lawrence In Arabia And During this semester th S. C. A. fifteenth convention of its kind to nized ability; such outstanding will take over the reins of govern- about him. "Just one request that partsi
With Allenby in Palestine.' planning to have about twelve of;be held under the direction of the composers as Vaugn Williams, ment on March 4. I have," he added. "Send those Iquarte
A substitution has been made in teerhrdyatrongte-o niern eita ',' Thus will e furnished another clippings to my wife in New York. quipm
the oratorical Association lecture ings. Prof. Peter M. Jack, head of College of Engineering. Registra-'Ravel, and Bela Bartok have dedi- evidence of the continuity of the She is the only one who ever saves euth
series for Homer Sint-Gaudens. the rhetoric department, will speak ftion at 2 o'clock in the Transporta- cated certain 'works. to her. two Republican administrations anything about me in the newspa- buildir
Dr. Nansen the noted Norwegian at the forum on February 28. tion library of the first floor of the _with the next chief executive pers." be thr
explorer and man who is consider- East Engineeing building will be iedged to carry on the major this ti
ing the feasibility of a polar flight followed by a program on which ;poolicies of his predecessor to which open n
y the Graf Zeppelin, is to speak nine different events are schituled he gave praise in his acceptancc moni
March 20 on Arctic flights. Dr.L Among the most important of the speech last August. souve
Nansen has been called . the meetings arranged for the confer- This conference constitutes one open
"world's greatest living explorer," ie-ence will be a lecture by Prof. Wil- fof the major reasons for the re- nthat i
an the substitution promises to iam Herbert Hobbs on the Green- turn of Mr. Hoover to the national r Ane
onerEAL.land expeditions of the University aital 13 das mnddvace of his IionsL
oe a lene Ine ofU.IhUL -Michigan, to be given at 8 o'clock ;LUm11 IIinauguration. There are others, of Metion
"While Allenby created one of the . 9______MAEMusic
fs Friday night in Hill auditorium. I-course, including conversations pieces,
time," r Thomacontinued, Are0The lecture will be illustrated with height of Proposed Forest Avenue with a number of party leaders on Norman Thomas Selects "The Need sep
time, a Mr. T omas Irishm Argentine Mission On Visit To colored slides'and moving pictures, auilding Reduced From 90 a variety of subjects and the com- For A New Party" As His The
Lawrence, a sigtferyha dAmerica Praises and will include an account of the' T55 Feet pletion of the inaugural address. Subject open
who deserted tUniversity rescue of the Rockford fliers. This PrSbccdnt Inviolate _
whatden nosutaviitelord'ths- flood1
to ha as ubeen fabl e t o raccom plish.,will be the only m eeting to be heldfre d of Mhs b e ab e t ac o pi h jin H l au i o i m a d it s h p d TO BFI E SR E S [ IG ' l se. o v r s idte l
He united all the Arabs, dissolving DR NELSON WILL SPEAK n H dioum andit ishop _I today that in coming back here this PROMINENT LIBERAL HEAD atet
ter boed sAabd ving .that a large audience will be pres- 1 far in'advance of his induction alarm
i ent to hear the only popular lecture A long-sought permit to build an i into the presidency, the next chief "The Need for a New Party" will s
their place unity, to break away Honoring the University of Mich- which Professor Hobbs will, deliver apartment'obouse at 715 Forest Ave. executive was not running counter be the topic of a lecture by Nor bxes,
from the yoke which had been held igan by choosing it as an example, in Ann Arbor this year. was grant Moore & Kent Inc. to precedent, but on the contrary bman Thomas, socialist candidate ed by
over them for more than five cen- of American state universities, the Earle Again Presideso
tAen rgnieMisoheddbms. . .Dtri, te!n ro was following precedent. for president in the last election mittee.
nres". Argentine Mission, headed by Dr AnDetour of the librariesD ,by hcity To support this contention they who will speak at 8 o'clock Monday
Follows Itinerary Ernesto Nelson, will arrive in Ann An isotour of the ibraries council at its meeting Monday ;ointed out that the only two Re- evening, February 25, in Natural The
je-AbrTusa onn nisand laboratories of the Engineering:,Th
Mr. Thomas illustrated his des- Arbor Thursday morning on its school will follow registration, and night. Upon presentation of plans publican presidents to succeed Re- ; Science auditorium. His talk will cupy t
re with motion pictures takena, tour of endeavor to promote a bet-a smoker has been arranged for revising the origial nine-story publican presidents in the past; be given under the joint auspices ner o
at inany timhes, nder fire of Turk-. ter understanding and cooperation; half century had spent most of of the Student Christian associa-streets
ish auns, and told of his varied between the two nations. Following 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night in structure to five stories, so bringing their time in Washington between tion and the Round Table club, and to be
d exiting experiences in Egypt, so close upon President-elect Hoov- the Assembly hall of the Union, at the height from about 90 feet down election and inauguration days. the admission will be twenty-five hto be
whichHoai Earle, frtSae to 55 feet, Roscoe . Bonisteel, at-I These pesidents wee James A. cents. of its l
Arabia, Palestine, and Turkey. The er's good will tour of the Argentine, Highway Commissioner of Michi-
motion pictures followed his jour- it is expected that the delegation - an, will preside. At this meeting torney for the Detroit firm, found Garfield and William Howard Taft. Thomas is one of the most promi- United
ney from Malta, a small island in Will be well received. The return of the president-elect nent of the liberal leaders in the of exi
the Mediterranean, through Cairo, The Mission, brought to America Will lford arills e lite to prsi the a - rsivd the cabinet discussion in country. He has been identified Banke
Gaza, Bethlehem, Palestine, across under the combined auspices of the Ohio, will deliver an illustrated le- dermen to authorize the city en- Washington and brought forth with labor and social movements 5 pe
the Red Sea to Khartoum, then to Institute of the International Edu tre,en te, impseso o gineer's issuing of the permit. some new speculations. There was for many years, and has been ac- held a
the Holy and Forbidden City of cation and the recently organized At the banquet, totbe held at Mr. Bonisteel had ground and a suggestion that instead ot be-Gjadpe
Mecca, baandtAssociation a coming secretary of state, Hery ive in j ournalistic and political G~g
Mecca, and through Bagdad. Association for the Promotion of 6:30 o'clock Thursday night in the elevation plans of the proposed L Stimson would be named attor- fields. He is the founder and the Dean
"Oneo'cofk thesaymostt interestingng t sandth coClosernd3 Cultural oulRelationstto- withr
One of the most interesting and Closer Cultural Relations with Assembly hall of the Union, W. W. Ilin t h the ney-general and that William J. first editor of "The World Tomor- a
awe-inspiring of all the places I North 'America, has been in this Cox, of Port Huron, president of explained that neither of the two Donovan, now assistant to the at- row" and was, in 1922, an associate nn
visited," Mr. Thomas said, "was the country since January 10, visiting the County Commissioners andneighbors will be discommoded torney-general, would be made sec- editor of "The Nation." In theiwas r
ancient city of Petra, which is the large industrial centers and Engineers association, will preside. when the building is erected, mns-I ertary of war. same year, he was the director of t
made up of buildings hewn entire-1 many of the important eastern Dean Emeritus M. E. Cooley will be much as it will stand about 40 feet It was argued that Mr. Sim- the League for Industrial Demo- a kt
frm ac idlie.H pineIotnwas ko sarg drihatMrsi- cthra guorIdutia.em-Bank
ly in cliffs of rock. This site of a universities, including Harvard, the guest of honor and William M. -r each sideline. He pointed out n was known as a driving prose- cracy.
once flourishing center, has been Yale, and Princeton. The party Cnel, fGad:aewilatthat Prof. F. G. Novys residence trad:os enl oldft H pendhspoltc cre nbers o
g thateProf.oF.GGanNovy'snresidencez utor and consequently would fit' He oened his olitical career in! Atl
uninhabited now for more than has been received by President as toastmaster. on one side is 44 feet high, and well into the picture as the head of 1924, when le ran for governor of rsid
u1400 years. The rose colored rock Coolidge and' feted by the Pan- toast . Prof. Charles Cooley's residence on I the prosecuting arm of the federal, New York on the Socialist ticket. .
1,400 yers. Therose coored rokN'Coologe and fetedSycthelPn-tUseck8etV.R. Presi
which forms these classic temples American Union and members of U3WEthe other side is 35 feet high. Be- government. He already has serv- The following year, he was the Morti
lends an unusual flavor to all the the Diplomatic Corps. All meetings, except those othei- sides this, the plans showed, the ed as secretary of war and it was party's candidate for mayor of' Furste
surroundings." Dr. Ernesto Nelson, President of wise noted, will be held in room 348 main part of the building will stand not believed that he would be re- New York City. He has written Dr. Cy
Mr. Thomas went on to tell of the Mission and Director of Sec- of the West Engineering building, back of the front line of the house turned to that post. several books, among which are of sto
General Allenby's campaign to re- ondary Education in the Argentine, and are open to all who are in- 'of the neighboring two, and 211 Donovan Fades Out "The Challenge of War" and "Is - B
lase the Holy Land from the grasp will appear as the principal speak- terested in the work of highway feet back from the street. Mr. Even before election there was Conscience a Crime?" He has also Besi
of the Turks, how he gathered to- I er of the Mission's Ann Arbor pro- improvement. Bonisteel said that the building n
gether a caravan of 60,000 camels, gram, speaking as a feature of the mThe speakers for the Thursday would contain a maximum of 58 conjecture regarding the selection- contributed regularly to "The Waldo
moringmeein, pesiedove byaprtmnts a inthefomerplas!of Mr. Donovan as attorney-gen-- World Tomorrow" and "The Na- dpr
the largest train ever to cross the University Lecture series, in Eng-
Great Desert, and of his final suc- lish, on the subject of "Argentine Groverr is not yet ea, but in recent weeks his name tion.er t eboard
cess on the hills around Palestine, !Education as Seen Through Not Knalassatdretro hinlydcdd had rather dropped out of the gen- After the election in November,ote
North endall, assistant director of the finally decided. eral cabinet discussions. However, Thomas led the movement for the elude
on which the Turks had spent American Eyes," Thursday, Febru- State Highway Laboratory in Ann He asserted the fact that nearlyy he and Mr. Hoover are close per- organization of a new party, made dent,
three years in blasting lines of ary 21, at 4:00 in Natural Science Arbor; C. E. Foster, B. C. Tiney, A. double the lot area is assigned per sonal friends and it is believed that up of the wrecks of the Democratic dent a
trenches.auditoriumC. Benkelman, all engineers from family than in the case of two-, while he might prefer the post of party, and the progressive Republi. assista
Outlawed By Turks L Dr. Nelson, well known in Ameri- Lansng. apartment houses for which per- attorney-general, the former com- cans. All the liberal leaders in the Erwin
- Colonel Lawrence, who was the ca for his several writings on va- mits have been granted recently. manding officer of New York's country would flock to the stand-
uncrowned king of Arabia, did rious phases of American life, the' KELLER TO PLAY Prof. Novy, one of the petitioners "Faghing oicery-fN ewY would flocpt he stand.
.4:.,.,n fr' .4A,. - -h e than.- -. ., - . ,Fighting Sixty-ninth" would ac- 1 and of such a party, he has stated.inent

EIGHT PAGES
VISIT NEW BANK
WRHROW IGHT
NOT OPEN FOR BUSINESS
NTIL NEXT SATURDAY
MORNING
ST NATIONAL
BANK IN MICHIGAN
ion Program Will Include
elections By University
Symphony Orchestra
wing the new First National
building for the first time to
iblic, the board of directors
aff of the First National
will be hosts at a reception
iay night to show all wo
ttend not only the visible
of the new banking head-
rs, but also the devices and
ent behind the counters and
e vault. While the -whole
ig including the bank will
own open for inspection at
ime, the bank will not be
for business until Saturday
ag, Feb. 28, when substantial
irs will be given to all who
new savings accounts with
nstitution.
laborate program for the
on which will include selec-
by the University School of
symphony orchestra of 60
under the direction of Jo-
Maddy, has rbeen arranged.
entire new building will be
o the public; and the new
ighting system will illumin
hie entire structure. The
g of the vault doors, the
system, the safety deposit
in fact every thing about the
uilding, will be fully explain-
those on the reception com-
Began Back In 1863
institution which will oc-
he new quarters at the cor-
f Main and Washington
was the first National bank
organized in the State of
an, and the twenty-second
kind to be established in the
States. During its 66 years
stance, the First National
of Ann AI'bor has had only
idents, that position being
t the present time by Prof.
fW. Patterson, Associate
of the College of Engineer-
nd professor of engineering
nics. (Picture on page two.)
Arbor's - first national bank
ganized July 1, 1863, shortly
the passage of the National
act of Congress.
he present time several mem-
)f the University, including
ent Clarence Cook Little, Dr.
hop Canfield, Dean Emeritus
ner E. Cooley, Dr. Albert C.
nberg, Prof. Henry Riggs and
rus C. Sturgis are -on the list
ckholders.
uilding Highest In City
des Dean Patterson, Prof.
M. Abbot, of the rhetoric
ment, is a member of the
of directors of the bank. The
members of the board in-
Daniel B. Sutton, vice-presi-
Robert F. Gauss, vice-presi-
nd cashier, Harry M. Hawley,
nt cashier, S. W. Clarkson,
D. Schmid, Frank A. Stivers,
Fritz, and Roy B. Hiscock.
these men have been prom-
in the affairs of the city of

mor fo Le Aab Lnn ny witi laes ofwhch s abok o te !; ho sought to exclude the nine- cept whatever assignmet the next An
individual. It was hitherto be- libraries of the United States, is TODAY AT ORGAN story building by re-zoning the dis- pasinmt
lieved impossible for any Christian ;__ oybidn yr-oigteds president might ask him to take. I RULES CHANGE The
I traveling with his wife, an author- trict from class B to class A, said The name of Senator Borah of ROU E tMNEmT oldest
to come into such close contact ity on child education, and his This week's organ concert will that although he was not author- Idaho also got back into the cabi-Uw11 m
with them, for their usualpracice daughter, be played by Rex Keller, guest or- ized to speak for all the petitioners net discussion in connection with ing i
was to kill any such men who en- Preceding Dr. Nelson's lecture, ganist, and will be presented at 4:15 he himself was satisfied with the the attorney-generalship, but inti- (y' Asociated Press) rising
tered the holy cities.;igi
ncehdestroyed more Turk- one of his companions will speak this afternoon in Hill auditorium. altered plans so far as height and mate friends of the Idaho senator CHICAGO, Feb. 19-Football rules sidewa
ish armaments, bridges and rail- in Spanish on a phase of Argen- The general public, with the x- distance from the street line is declared he would not become a changes adopted by the National Mater
roads than any other single man tinian cultural life at 3 p. m. in ception of small children, is in- concerned. member of Mr. Hoover's official 'Rules Committee today brought'
did. during the entire course of the auditorium of the Romance vited to attend. f On one other major point, that family, preferring to retain his 'forth both adverse and favorable
the World War. There was a: stand- Language building. Mr. Keller's program follows: of the number of apartments, Prof. position as chairman of the Senate criticism from Western Conferencej CO
ing reward of more than $100,000 1 Symphony in G minor, NO. 0,: Novy said he would be better pleas- foreign relations committee. coaches and officials.
offered for his capture, dead or FIRST T Widor, Allegro, Adagio; Scherzo 'ed if there would be a few less. _ Bob Zuppke, head coach at the,
alive, by the Germans-and Turks. TS"Sportive Fauns," d'AnTalffy; He recalled to the council that University of Illinois, and one of
But he was worth so much more LEAVE TEN MEN chorale, "Ich ruf' zu dir, Herr Jesu' e had particularly stressed the REEVES TO MAKE the original advocates of the rule!
to the Arabs, that no opportunity Christ," Bach; Prelude, Cleram- congestion which would ensue if 58 SPEAKING TOUR to make all fumbles dead at the WA
.was given for his capture. Ten men survived the first pre-, baut; Prelude and Fugue in E 1 apartments should be placed in point of recovery, led the group ap- dent
lim ary tryouts for the Varsity minor, Bach; The Bells of St. Anne such a small area, and asserted Prof. Jesse Reeves, of the political rovg of the new fumble legisla nume
TIALDI TO TALK I debating teams, which were held de Beupre, Russell; Symphonic that the lot area per family was -cience department, will deliver tion and was joMined by Dr. Clarence tions
yesterday afternoon in room 3209: Tone Poem 'Finlandia," Sibelius. less than that allowed in the pro- : several addresses on questions of W. Spears of M nesota: Ossie So- retire
THIS AFTERNOON Angell hall. Fifteen students gave posed revision of the zoning ordi- international law and politics lem of Drake, and Joe Lipp, an of- yet h
B forve minute tryout speeches on HARRIS PLAYERS nance within the next month at two edu- ions against the new rule were A. those
Basic elements that make for either side of the proposition: Re- Upon motion by Ald. Earl L. cational institutions in the coun-
beautiful and productive gardens solved, that a judge, or boaxd of ANNOUNCE PLAY Severance that the city engineer be tr A. Stagg, of Chicago, a member of that
will be discussed by Prof. Aubrey judges, should be substituted for I authorized to issue a permit for Under the auspices of the Harris of Nrthes te ; Dl k Thitle- hem
Tealdi, of the department of land- the jury in all trials throughout "The Chief Thing," by Nicolas the five-story building Aid. H. M. foundation, he will speak Feb. 27 rthw ten nd Wate- the
scape design, at 4:15 this afternoon the United States. Evreinoff, will be presented by the Slauson's was the only opposing and 28 at Northwestern university thwate-sosirandfWal. rte
in room 231, Angell hall, before The ten students chosen were: Harris Players on Wednesday,' vote. y Eckersall, sports writer and official. wrte
members of Il Circolo Italiano, it Jarl Andeer, '29, Fenelon Boesche, Thsda Frida and Saturday on the subjects of Paraguay, and "It is in harmony with the gen- paper
was announced yesterday by Anton '31, Vern Bunnell, Grad., Watson Febuary 27 and 28 and March 1 y, E the dispute between Paraguay and eral trend of the Rules Committee's that
announceyest d nbynto in3,e BnG atIF a 'ar mhen .Tn 'aT. , a aLA arch1'Boivia,respectively legislation in recent years," saidIferA

Arbor and of the University.
new quarters into which the
bank in Washtenaw county
ove are in the highest build-
i Ann Arbor, its ten stories
to height of 130 feet from the
lk at iLs highest cornice.
ials for its construction were
Continued on Page Two)
OLIDGE MADE
OFFERS OF JOBS
(By Assoeiated Press)
SHINGTON, Feb. 19.-Presi-
Coolidge continues to' receive
rous proposals and sugges-
for an occupation after his
ment from office but he as
as made no definite decision
what he will do. He tells
with propositions to off er
he is not in a position to give
a positive answer until later.
most recent; proposal to reach
president is that he would
syndicate articles for news-
s and magazines. Rumors
Mr. Coolidge was receiving of-
)f this kind have been given

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