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Vol. XXXIX, No. 172

ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY. MAY 22, 1929

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MORROW REFUSES PAINTED DEMONS
TO CONFIRM PLOT~ SEIZE CAPTIVES
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CONCERT SERIES WILL MARK r
THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL is
OBSERVANCE to
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SIX CONCERTS SCHEDULED th
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Chicago Symphony Orchestra Un-o
der Direction Of Stock Returns
For Twenty-Fifth Time N
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The first in a series of six con- g
certs which will culminate the fif-
tieth season of the University Mu- S
sical society will be presented to-
night in Hill auditorium on the
annual May Festival program. This sh
is the thirty-sixth annual festival, w
for the event was not started until a
after the musical organization had;
been in existence for 14 years. ;st
Coincidental with these two mile-
stones, the series marks the twenty- er
fifth annual visit of the Chicago ; r
Symphony orchestra under the' o
leadership of Frederick Stock. This
event also heralds the quarter of- a
century mark in the services of
Charles A. Sink, president of the E
society. Sink became secretary in
1904 and was made business man-
ager three years later. He held that
position until 1927 when he suc-
ceeded the late Francis W. Kelsey]
as president of the society.

[organ Office To Announce Affairs
Regarding Family In Future
Ambassador Says
(By Associated Press)
NORTH HAVEN, Me., May 21.-1
equest for confirmation of a re-
orted extortion plot against Con- 1
ance Morrow, 15-year-old daugh-
r of Ambassador Dwight W. Mor-
ow, brought a statement at the
ummer home of the ambassador
)day that all announcements re-
arding the activities or plans of
he family or of Col. Charles A.
indbergh, fiance of Miss AnnMor-
ow, would be made through the
fces of J. P. Morgan and Co., of{
ew York.

BY MIGHTY OAK

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Listen to this tale of romance,
Tale of Indian warriors bold-
In the early moon of green
leaves
Came they forth, the stoics
valiant;
Forth they romped to paleface
wigwam,
Wigwam once of friend Great
Chief,
Palefaces mighty among his
kind;
Came he forth to take their
token
Of thenwarpath they would
tread.
Then to the mighty oak of
Tappan

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AROUND FLAGPOLEl

TAKES ELEVEN
NEW MEMBERS
Triangle, junior honorary engi-
neering society, held a private in-
itiation last night at the Michigan

L Union for nine students and two
professors.
Dean H. C. Sadler, dean of the
college of engineering and archi-
tecture,and Prof. H. C. Anderson,
BANDSTAND WILL BE CENTER 'professor of mechanical engineer-
OF ACTIVITIES FOR ing, were made honorary members
CEREMONY of the organization.
Students who were admitted to
VARSITY BAND WILL PLAY the ancient organization are:
Thompson H. Mabley, William H.
Sing Scheduled To Begin Promptly Churchill, James F. Ward, Robert
At 7:15 O'clock; Academic D. Thompson, Edwin J. Benz, Clare
Garb To Be Worn J. Wheeler, William J. Bird, Francis
;TH.hBebee. and Richard A Furniss.

Relict Pitcin
Fails "T0o Check
Spartan Attack
Bu Cadwell Swanson
Second string Wolverine pitching proved unequal to the task
of turning back a determined Michigan State baseball team here
this afternoon in a hard fought game which went to ten innings
before the Spartans finally emerged on a negotiable end of a 4-3
count. With his two aces, McAfee and Asbeck, being retained

Regulations Announced
At the concert tonight Sophie
Braslau, contralto of the Metropoli-'
tan Opera company, and Richard
Crooks, tenor of the Chicago Civic'
Opera company, will be the solo-
ists. Both Miss Braslau and Crooks
will appear in miscellaneous arias
and short 'numbers. "The Chicago
Symphony orchestra under theba-
ton of Fredrick Stock will provide
the musical background.
All evening conce.ts are sched-'
uled to begint at 8:15 o'clock and
the twobafternoon:programs are
scheduled for 2:30 o'clock. Patrons
are urged to arrive at the audi-
torium in sufficient time to be
seated before the concerts begin in
order to avoid confusion and an-
noyance during the first part of the
programs. Holders of season tick-
ets are requested to detach the re-;
spective coupons before 'entering
the hall and present them only for'
admission at each of the various
concerts.
Many WIU Visit Here
Traffic regulations and parking"
restrictions on the streets around
the auditorium during the festival
appear today in the Daily Official
Bulletin.
Many visitors from cities' in
Michigan as well as out-of-town
music enthusiasts will be in attend-
ance at the various concerts. Con-.
ductors, composers, managers, and
musicians will be present for the
festival. -
A limited number of season tick-I
ets, as well as a few tickets for in-

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The statement came from one of ! i"__. -
he four men who had been on Dashed the screaming, yelling With the barometer pointing to for service in the coming Conferen
uard at the 83-acre estate since i redmen;"With thd barmer pdoinatprpingkehulestontge"ndC
dhTo the tree of Indian legend fi n amradfnlpe-!roi ulrMnau n o
aturday. The guard said he was The tre ofIndin legand arations completed, a large crowd I to the extent of twelve hits of vario
authorized . to make the statement! When the white men pale and is expected to be n hand for the
ar the family." tremblingnnl Senior Sing at 7:15 o'clock Meanwhile the veteran Jerry
Mr. Morrow resigned his member- Stood around the mighty oak; tonight in frSnt of the newly erect- hurling corps was experiencing bu
ip in the Morgan banking firm Warriors choice of paleface tig iandfand of the ycts
amasdraoMxcot hieo b orutedbandstand under the campus Micinbmn w ichthecolve ine tc
hen he accepted the appointment nation, Iflagpole, it was onnounced yester- ,Michigan
sambassador to Mexico. Choice of Tribe to run the day by Hebert Palmer, '29, chair-y inning, in which the Wolverines coPE I[ 1 IL
Meanwhile the Morrow party gauntlet. day by He Pamter, - iige.
ayed close to the fireside of the Down the warriors, painted de- mt Will Not Direct Student Speeches Will Be Followed
Harrison Wl o iet ;SuetiSces Micigalbater cobedjuswtw
nerous house while northeast-- Swooped and caught their prey The Varsity band will be on hand By Retiring President's Talk; variety, off the Spartan hurler.
ver this little island just off the like eagles, to furnish music, it is promised, Tickets Yet Available Michigan opened the scoring
aine coast. Loud the war cry stirred the and the Men's Glee club will lead retired in rapid order in the openin
aine____st._stillness. the singing. For the accommoda- SURPRISE IS PROMISED eotbyd inig through pitcher's box
As they seized their hapess tion of these two musical units, theo
captives, buildings and grounds depart- Assembling to honor their retir- line drive into left field, Kubicek t
1Forths they bo."e them to their m rent has erected a pavilion at the igpeiet ebr ftesu
wigwam base of the flagpole. Yellow and dent body will gather tomorrow
There to torture at their pleas- blue tissue paper have been used night in the ballroom of the Union
ure. to decorate the stand, and illumi-- for the dinner to be tendered Presi
Thir they ate around the glow- on is to be provided by a string dent Clarence Cook Little and Mrs.t
RYINGrOResECOlcti lights. Little. The few remaining tickets
Heard the words of mighty wis- Despite early hopes that Theo-;may be had at the State street n
Hdt o mdore Harrison of the School of bookstores.
ndurance Flight Continues With Smoke the pipe of peace and Music, would be on hand to direct These tickets have been made
Airmen Determined To Make friendship mass s gg, Palmer said yester- , h
Word arkTh shy ametoavailable, it was reported by Ches-
World Mark day that Harrison will not be pres----
u came ent tonight. In his place Otto ,er C. Bennett, 29, chairman ot e Weather Conditions Prevent Armyt
LIERS STARTED SUNDAY Prof E R. Sunderland; Garnet Brown, '29, will wield the baton. ticketcommittee, because various Bomber From Refuelingn
LIThe affair SUNDviPro.begin Supromptly arnttrequests for coves from Ann Arbor ' . In Mid-Air
Ault, Samuel Atkins, Robet C. 7:15 o'clock, Palmer said last night.' business men and from the faculty .__d r .
(FRy AWsociaTed Press) Chapman, Bradford Fogarty, Staf- : Whether or not a large number oi have been refused in lieu of the
PORT WORTH-Tex., May 21- Inford Hodder, Jerry Ellison, James seniorsare on hand, the band will e purpose of the banquet, which is to RADIO PLANE ACCOMPANIES
light-hearted mood after more Jordan, Theodore Long, George begin to play and the program will afford every student of the campus
han two days and nights in the Leonard, Robert Manss, William be run off promptly on time. Since an opportunity for expressing some WRIGHT FIELD, Dayton," 0., 1
~r . .Robn adJae Kly McAfee, Timothy Quinn, Jamesi some of the most popular of Mich- appreciation for the god offices inMa 21TheUitd SaesAm
mr, R. L. Robbins and James Kelly Orwig, Ernest Reif, Alex Schereri song wi th avea pulace on the his behalf of President Little. The May .-Te U e ates Aimy
ommercial fliers, continued to Geo..ge Simons, George Tilley, Stan- early part of the program and will price of the banquet is $1.50 per bombing plane which left here at
heel about over the Meacham air- ton Todd, Joe Truskowski, John not be repeated later in the even- cover. 1:15 p. m. today for a non-stop
art here late today in their single- Widman. ing, all graduating students should Following the dinner itself, a flight to New York on an imaginary
iotored monoplane, "Fort Worth" be on hand slightly before 7:1 . short program of students speech- air raid on the metropolis tonight
ent n etabishng ne word f~ liri 'clck.es and a response by Dr Little will'
ent on establishing a new world's o clock be given, though limited sufficient- braved the danger of fog and rain
Iht record. P I R Traditioasen or garb, the aca- ly to allow those at the banquet over the treacherous Allegheny
The airmen, who took off at 11:53 demic cap and gown, will be worn, time to make the curtain of the mountains in the hope of making
m. Sunday, we:e approaching the those in charge indicated. How- May Festival concert that evening. the flight a success.
-hour mark aloft. In notes! ever, wearing of the cap and gown Music by Bob Carson's band will
opped from the plane they indi-' Mwil not be a necessary prerequisite feature the evening's entertain- With its crew of five men, par-t
ated they still were confident of 11113 1 L II IiE for admission to the group of ment. In addition to the regularly ticipating in the mimic warfaree
xceeding the 150-hour record of singers, they said. It is expected scheduled program, a secret sur- maneuvers over Ohio, the big
he army monoplane, Question "The Green Goddess" Continues 1 that seniors will thus distinguish prise whose nature has not been di- bomber headed into a region in-1
ark, which carried a crew of five. Run; Shaw Comedy Will Open themselves from the underclass- vulged will come to light, it was fested with con-
Taking fuel from another twice Tomorrow Night men who will be permitted to stand intimated by Thomas C. Wintei, daohichske ather
aily, the "Fort Worth" has run by and join in the choruses. '30B.Ad., last night. dons w p on the ground
moothly with one exception since TICKETS ARE REDEEMABLE Besides traditional Michigan President Little, who will return at Uniontown, Pa., two other ships
left the ground. songs, such as "Victors," "Yellow to Ann Arbor tonight will be toast- assigned to important roles in the;
Robbins reported today the tach-I Iand Blue," "Varsity," and "College master at the banquet for the Bar- non-stop "bombing" raid,
Bla number of other songs bour scholars shortly after his ar- no- toon raid.

ce games, Coach Fisher saw his
mpton, shelled by the upstaters
us dimensions over the route.
Byrne, star of the East Lansing
ut little difficulty in holding the
ith the exception of the second
llected all three of their runs, the
hits, one of a decidedly scratchy
in the second inning after being
g stanza. Kubicek started things
. Lou Weintraub tore a screech-
aking second on the hit. McCoy'
singled to center, scoring Kub-
icek; Weintraub taking third
and McCoy second on the play at
the plate. After Myron was tossed
out on a grounder to Byrne, Reich-
man dropped a Texas leaguer into
short center field scoring Wein-
traub and McCoy. The inning
closed as Reichman was thrown
out in an attempted steal after the
third strike had been called on
Montague;
Held Scoreless Four Innings
State's efforts to retaliate in her
half of the same inning netted- a-
lone marker as a result of a pair
of long doubles. by Warner and.
Byrne. Further scoring in this in-
ling was checked by Myron's fine
play on Barnard's grounder, trap-
ing Byrne between second and
'third.
Over the next four innings no
;coring occurred, Byrne holding the
Wolverines to a single hit while
splendid Michigan *support kept
Montague out of danger. In the
State half of the seventh the fire-
works began and did not end until.
the upstaters had shelled Montague
off the mound and tied the score.
With two out Barnard lined to
left center field, Corriden falling to
the ground in attempt to make a
shoestring catch. Nebelung was

forced to hustle in holding the hit
'o a single. Knisel got his second
hit of the day, a bounder through
the pitcher's box, sending Barnard
to second. McCauley knotted the

dividual concerts will go on sale at
noon today at the School of Music.
The ticket sale will then continue
at the box office at Hill auditorium
for the remainder of the festival.
Season tickets are priced 'at $6, $7,'
and $8, and individual concerts are
$1.50, $2, and $2.50..
Boilermakers Smash
Illinois Aspirations
(M Acsociated Pres,)
CHAMPAIGNE, Ill., May 21.-
Purdue virtually destroyed Illinois'
chance of finishing in the top of
the Big Ten baseball race today,
taking a pitching battle, 2 to 1.
McReynolds, Purdue hurler, held
the Illini to five hits, and won his
own game by batting in the win-
ning run in the ninth, singling
after Van Bibber had doubled.
Caraway, Big Ten batting leader,
maintained his hot pace by punch-,
ingout three singles
The score:
R H E
Purdue......010 000 001-2 8 3
Illinois......000 001 000-1 5 1
McReynolds and Outler; Bower
and Kusinski, Snyder.
- re . -...

omeerr ecuu ,11 Ocuuitia.TeFia ewl eene of these was the army
minute of the motor. A new shaft hlam Archer's "The Green Goddess" will be on the program, according rival. Then, Friday he will be en- count with a long single along the
was obtained to be lowered to the was given last night in the Lydia to Palmer. Among these will be in- tetained by members of the re- transport, piloted by Captain Ross 'first base line scoring Barnard and
plane at the refueling late today. cluded the lyrics of popular and portial staff of the newspapers G. Hoyt, which had been directed Knisel.
In one of his notes, Robbins said Mendelohn theatre by the stock comic nature which are frequent- which have given out the news h
he had about recovered from air company which is playing a three ly sung over the dinner tables ot from his offices during the past ington; once on the route East of Fast fielding cut down Spartan
sickness which bothers him when wks egagemenpre. Thi fraternity and sorority houses. year. This is th nature New York and once on the return bids to score in the eighth and the
Kelly piloted the plane.Medicine h melodrama wil be presented again One of the highspots of last reciprocal affair, inasmuch asw andponceton theld.turn
newpaitrpiontisfied.ninth while Byrne continued to
sent to him yesterday reeved his years senior sing was the rendi- President Little had the mow the Wolverine batters down
sickness, he said. night, and Thursday, May 30, mati- tion of "Samuel Hall" given by an permen to dinner last year. At this The other was the Fokker flying 'with regularity. After Michigan had
"We went to Bagdad last night nee and night. impromptu male quartet. The com- time, it is' expected that numerous radio laboratory which had been been retired in one-two-three order
about 12:30 but didn't go in," Rob-. Announcement was made last mittee refused to state whether developments from his office will assigned to accompany the bomber in the first of the tenth the State
bins facetiously commented in an- night by Robert Henderson, director, this number would be on tonight's be announced at that time. on part of its eastern journey to batsmen made short work of the
other note. Badgad is a night club of the elimination of the matinee program, but promised such songs broadcast the progress of its flight game in their half of the inning.
on the Fort Worth-Dallas road. performance tomorrow of George as "Mr. Noah," and "I Had A Kempf Will Manage and the success of its aerial "bom- To open the inning Eggert
After refueling contact early to- Bernard Shaw's farcical comedy Girl.". bardment" of New York. dropped a Texas leaguer into short
day 100 gallons of gasoline were "You Never Can Tell. This pro- The purpose of the annual senior InterscholasiC Sta Both the transport and the radio left center for a single. 'Crall was
transferred to the "Fort Worth." duction will be given tomorrow is to give the seniors a last chance - ship proceeded to Uniontown to- struck out on three pitched balls
The planes were at a 2,500 foot night, Saturday matinee and night, to get together. Karl Kempf, '30, was appointed dayi advance of the bomber but Sachs' hard hit grounder between
altitude when the refueling be- Monday, May 27, and Friday, May interscholastic manager last night because of the "low ceiling" over third and sho t went for a single,
gan and dropped 1,200 feet before 31. Persons holding tickets for the L C e Fr a by the committee in charge of in- the mountain they put intoBur- fast fielding by Corriden holding
the operation had been finished. Iperformance tomorrow afternoon a CeCle Fr cais terscholastic affairs, Fielding H. gess Field, there to await more fa- Eggert on third. After Sachs had
may either redeem them at the box Yost, Franklin C. Cappon, and vorable conditions. stolen second. unmolested Gibbs
ithShoots Record office or exchange them for another Robert Manley, '29, present man- When the bomber followed and lined one of Compton's fast balls
performance. All other Thursday ager. Kempf has been assistant
In French JCampsrOrmille.'30washelTcteddmnager during hpasyeariand arrived over Uniontown about 4:30, into short right field, scoring Eg-
In French Competition matinees will be as scheduled. James O'Neill '30 was elected manager during the past year, and the crew found no change in the gert and breaking up the game.
Proceeds from the various show- president of the Cercle Francais worked as a tryout the year be- weather. For nearly half an hour Box Scor
(By Associated Press) ings are to be used to redeem the club for the coming year at the fore. the .hnpacircled over BurgesorFiecd
ST. CLOUD, France, May 21.- pledge that the alumnae council special meeting held yesterday S. Cadwell Swanson, '31, Beach weshipithedpr Burgess Field,' Michigan AB R H PO A E
Horton Smith of Joplin, Mo., who made to the construction fund of afternoon for the purpose of se- Conger, '32, Edgar B. Galloway tanks and meanwhile n s Nebelung, cf.....5
Horton covrsn Corriden, If...... 4 0 0 1 0 0
will be 21 years of age tomorrow, the Women's League building. Tick- lecting next year's officers to carry '31, and William H. Hanning, '31, with the field officers by radio. C.
was the only show in the interna- ets for all performances may be re- on the work of the organization. were appointed assistant managers. Straub, rf. ...... 3 0 0 1 0 0
tional golf competition at St. served by calling the box office of Officers selected for the other posi- These managers have charge of Then radio engineers 0. H. Han- Kubicek, 2b.......4 0 1 3 3 0
Cloud today. the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. tions were Miss Caroline Fisher '30, arranging the interscholastic son and R. N. Morris, aboard the Weintraub, 3b .. 4 1 2 4 1 0
With two record-breaking rounds Seats are priced at 50 cents for the vice-pesident, Miss Mary Morley swimming and track meets which bomber, spread the news to Bur- McCoy, lb.......4 1 1 10 1 0
of 66 he ended the day 12 strokes 'matinees and 75 cents for the night '31, Secretary, and Joseph Alli '31, are held each spring in Ann Ar- gess Field that the ship would con- Myron, ss.........4 0 0 2 6 0
ahead of his nearest competitor, performances. treasurer. bor. tinue its flight to New York hop-Reichman, c.....3 0 1 5 2 0
an unheard of accomplishment. ing that the refueling plane vould Montague, p. ....3 0 0 1 2 0
here. Le And Boswell Will Announcements Late, beable to take a for ashington Compton, p...... 1 0 0 0 2 0
The lanky blonde Missourian im later and transfer a cargo of gas--
can sit back tomorrow and say: Head Forensic Bodies ' May Be Had Sunday oline to the bomber on its return Totals ........ .35 3 6 27 17 0
"show me" to the field of 70 pro- flight from Washington. * One out when the winning run
fessionals from England, France, Charles Boswell, '30, was elected - Due to an unavoidable delay at' was scored.
the United States, Spain, South president of Alpha Nu at the an- the printer's, Commencement invi- ALUMNUS LEAVES Michigan State AB R H PO A E
I ( .rr r ''a vfr'ntin mxn 1nnir 11ir inn,, jlartinns hldlai t nioht. Al-i ftin ne and annnnemrentn swill. - - - - - . ---..-.-.- -McCaulev. sg. 4 0 1 0 2 0

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