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VoL XXXIX, No. 174

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1929

EIGHT PAGES

ENDURANE FLIERS
APPROACHING END
Single Motored Ship
Passes 111 Hour
Graf Mark
PARACHUTE GIVEN FLIERS
Contact With Fueling
Ship Established
Ten Times,
(By Associated Press).
FORT WORTH, Tex., May 23.--
The civilian endurance plane Fort
Worth, with more than 100 hours
of sustained flying behind it,
neared the stretch of 150 hours, 40
minutes and 15 seconds goal aimed
at by Pilot L. Robbins and his me-
chanic, James Kelly, as dusk 'set-
tied over the air lanes above this
city for the fifth time since the!
flight got under way Sunday'at
11:33 p. m.
The 100th hour ma. was reached
at 3:33 p. m. today. The next his-
toric mark to be equalled was the
ilying time of the Graf Zeppelin
recorded approximately at 111 1-2
hours_ n record for that type of

Hill, Product of Music School,
Will .Feature Tonight'-s Program
Civic Opera company attended the
University during his undergradu-
ate days, and was trained for o
work in the studio of Theodore Har-
rison.
From his work in the Music schoo!
here he immediately stepped to the
rostrum of the Chicago Civic Opera
association, where for the past year
thehas sung many of the major
operatic roles, and with profound
success. He- has also won distine-
tion both in opera and concert
work throughout the country.
One of Hill's most prominent ac-
tivities during his undergraduate
days in the University was his par-
r ;.........; ticipation in the Union Opera, and
he has continued his college career
even more successfully than wher
he was actively engaged in musical
work here.
IOn the concert this afternoon.
Hill will sing two arias, both by
Verdi, and will also give a cantata.
'The Hunting of the Snark," with
the Children's Festival chorus and
the orchestra. Jeanne Boyd, the
composer of the cantata will be a
Barre Hill guest in the audience for this con-
The featured vocal soloist on the cert to hear the nunber.
May Festival concert this afternoon On this occasion, Hill's alma
is a product of the University mater will have the opportunity of
School of Music. Barre Hill, bari- hearing one of its most distin-
tone, and a member of the Chicago guished artistic sons.

POPULAR REQUEST
OBTAINS REVISION
OF FIFTHCONCERT
Brahms' Symphony and
Wagner Number
Substituted
LARGE CHORUS TO SING
Pupils of Juva Higbee
Will Take Part
In Program
In response to numerous requests
from music enthusiasts who are at-
tending the annual May Festival..
the program for the Saturday aft-
ernoon concert has been re-
arranged. Brahms' First Symphony
has been substituted for Rimsky-
Korsakoff's 'Scheherazade.' Follow-
ing logically this substitution, Wag-
ner's "Flying Dutchman" will re-
place the overture "Russlan and
Ludmilla" by Clinka.
Last night Jeanette Vreeland and
Lawrence Tibbett sang an oratoria
"A German Requiem," by Brahms.
and a - cantata. "The New Life."
by Wolfe-Ferrari. The University'
Choral Union, the Chicago Sym-
r J v i nhnciy vfiif ILLI A AT Ax.V. nI

Begien Sale Today
ILLIOISsAVORD U iveSetPlays
CN 111 ill Be Purchaseable At
[OR IRA T1(Xamen[ Boktr
KCopies of the Unive sity ta D yra
IIICoie o te UivrstyPlysN ir Tr ~publication of five plays written by
students of the University, will be
L0[ Ion sale today for the first time at
Wahr's booksto e, it was announced
Michigan Sends Sixteen late yesterday. 500 copies have been
Men to Compete secured for local distribution.
SA special trip was made to Detroit
At Evanston yesterday afternoon in order to
f have the plays on sale today. Ac-
ELEVEN CHAMPS RETURN companying the publishing of the
dramas, will be an introduction by
Prof. Louis A. Strauss, of the rhet-
Star Performers Will o icdepartment. Kenneth Thorpe
Threaten Pole Rowe, also of the rhetoric depart-
Mment, is the editor.
Vault Mark .The authors and their plays are:
Helen Adler, a puppet play, Jerome
Culminating the outdoor track F. McCarthy, "My Man"; Arthur M.
season, athletes representing every Hinkley, "The Joiners"; R. Leslie
Big Ten school will meet at Dyche Ask en, "Passion's Progress"; and
stadium in Evanston today and to- Dorothy Ackerman, 'Outside This
morrow to decide the individual and Room." Four of the plays were pro-
team champions in 16 events. Pre- duced in the laboratory theater of
liminaries in all events except the Play Production during the progress
distance races will be held this aft- of a campus playwriting contest.
ernoon, while the finals are sched-
uled for tomorrow.
Coach Harry Gill's Illinois track-
men are considered the favorites, as M
they have many of the veterans
that won the Conference outdoor
title last year. The Illini have
strong competitors in all except the
weight events, in which hey have TFY
shown marked weakness in dual --

PRESIDENT

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ship. A second mark to be passed -C.sBates Names Alumnus
some hours later if all goes well wasI conducting, and PlmrChistian. Upsets May Occur
hgat the organ accompanied the solo- Upsets in a few events, however. For Corporation
the flying time of 118 hours estab- ists. may cause the end of Illinois' two Law ork
Composer Will Attend year monopoly of outdoor Confer-
Forto Wasorthwille Ifisuccessful,thei The concert this afternoon will ence track honors. Iowa's track-
Fort Wopassthesehistoric sustained Schick, Gilbert, Hume, Flood Workers Fight utilize the services of a large chorus men, the indoor champs who pos~ terda byy eanHenry M ates
slying mars, alth t hNamedcof o'of young people who have been sess a fairly well-balanced team, thc Law school, of theappoint-
Muyin Mark laid tghe low. It s GOdsmitn Nde-occurence Iftrained for the past year by Miss Michigan, or Ohio State with its t Lf Po. Lylin K. James, now
Question em t ForDisasterJuva Higbee, of Ann Arbor. Jeanne star sprinters and hurdlers, are the meme of. alty K. he
the Question Mark's record the Boyd, the composer of "The Hunt- most likely prospects to displace the Univ the faculty ofih s p
Fort Worth is attemptinga to, break.g, asprB
rWrgtopbreak.I Varsity cheerleaders for next year (ByAssciatd ing of the Snark." will attend the i defending champions. Minnesota, University of law.
Motor Is in Good Shape wereannounced yesterday by Stanr MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 23.-Fear concert to hear the chorus. ' Wisconsin, Purdue, Chicago, North-.
The single motor in the rebuilt ton Todd, '30, head cheerleader. A of a break in the main Mississippi Barre Hill, baritone, of the Chi- western, and Indiana, each with 'n Due to the extraordinary de-,
Ryan continued to purr smoothly squad of four juniors and four iiver levee at Mounds Landing, cago Civic Opera company, will also few outstanding performers, will velopment of corporation activi-
as it had sice the grind began. sophomore tryouts will combine at' Miss., tonight marked an otherwise be on the same program. Hill was cut into the leaders' totals, but arc , a constant extension in the
Pilot Robbis idicated he and the various games to arouse the encouraging picture of the high trained at the University School a1 not figured on having sufficient all- instruction in corporation law is
ielly were fatigued in a note he spirit of the spectators. water situation in the low valley. Music and went from 1here to the around strength to capture the ineeded. Professor James will be
:Iropped which said: "The mo~tOr ancl * The four juniors on the squad are: At other points along the 600mile Chicago association, championship. given part of the workin'eorpoi'a--
the ship are in good shape and ,we i Montgomery Shick. Jack Gilbert, stretch of embankment workers i aito nMichigan's hopes quest for tions and business associations
are a little tired but don't let it; Malcolm Hume, and Jack Gold- were engaged in what they believed On the same program Efrem Zim.. laurels will rest with 1 men who and will bring practical first-hand
bother us. . smith. Albert Wagner will be the their last fight against spring rises. On the s apram Efelini- il made the trip to Evanston under knowledge of the most recent de-1
Tentrnessice t ookof, 'hebalist, the Hungarian violinist, will made te trip otEvansonwund.
Ten times since it took ofT, the alternate. The sophomore tryouts Gov. Theodore G. Bilbe, Missis- present a group of numbers. This Coach Stephen A. Farrell. - Tolan in velopments to his ok
endurance plane has been refueled 'include George Meyer, Daniel Bul- sippi, declared there was "immi- is Zimbalist's first appearnce in a the dashes, the Seymour twins and Professor James graduated from
In the air. On each occasion the mer, Rudolph Lang, and John rnentenange:" of a break at the recital with an rhestra Freese in the 440. Lomont in the literary college of this Univer-
Fort Worth and the refueling plane Herbst. scene of the disastrous crevasse two Tonight Edith Mason soprano .f the 880, Austin in the two mile. an sity in 1918. After his graduation
oIew to withIn 20 hert of one an- Two of the four sophomores on years ago that resulted in the in- the Chicago Civic Onera company Tarbill in the hurdles are the Wol- he tught canomicsnat Lei -
ther. the squad will work with the four undation of Greenville, Miss. le will be the soloist with the Chicaio verine track entries. The men who
RobwillsbentheesoloistuwithttheeChicagceveninehtrackrentries. Thefmen the
Robbins and Kelly refused to let juniors at each game in leading the reported his observation to Major Symphony orchestra. the University will compete in the field events are ceived the degree of J. D. from the
fatigue put an end to their jokii \yels The sophomore pairs will al-|General Richard P. Davis, com- C in Law school of the University, grad-
Besides several more serious mes- traeec aes htec a:gnrlo h orhChoal Union, and Frederick Stock, CaptanKtz, Williams. and Mc- uatig with distinction. During his.,
Besdessevralmoe srios ms-ternate each game so that each man' manding general of the Fourth conductor as background Arthur in the hammer throw, Poor- am ihdsicin uighs
were some containing face- will have several chances to lead ; Corps area, Fort McPherson, Ga., . man in the shot put, Brooks. San- work here, he was elected to the
tious remarks Robbins wrote today: etheorcheers. andte appealedLa
tiu eak obn rt oa:the cheers. and appealed for immediate ship- derson and Carlson in the discus. eioilsafo h ihgnLw
'I'm afraid the end is near. Kelly The squad for next year was ment of 400 tents and 3,200 blan- Li s D bL Felker in the high jump, and Review, and to membership i the
has a paran'trefuel alnd i t Kel picked yesterday at a meeting of the kets. noeFeerndt in the hrigd jump d Ordme i telyaftergraduatingifn
his wife. I three juniors who were on the squad i 'Should the break occur," Bilbo's Ket Will Defend Title e te
was mar ied six weeks ago. , this year,, Ralph Popp. the ex-i telegram said, "there will be a repe- Eleven 12E champions will be law, James entered the law firm
Will Set "Good Record varsity cheerleader, and Todd, who tition of the 1927 overflow." (ity A sociatd rs back to defend their individual f Cravath, Henderson and de
In another note dropped at is the captain for next year. PARIS, May 23.-The vivacious, s back t r invd Gersdorff, of New York. In 1927,'
Meachem airport the fliers con-'ooOhoSat Snorita Elia de Alverez, outgamed tils T hes stars in le James became a member of the
ented on the cramped space in L Judge Denies Flood the reliable Miss Helen Wills, some- in of Ohio ae in te 10 University of Pittsburgh law fac-
the plane: "We can understand Comed uOfficers times known as pokerface,"ina and 220 yard dashes. Walter of ulty, where he taught the law of
hotaolewhdiv nImalhoss onrl nunction timeshknowneas "pkereface," iniae'of
how people who live i small houses Chosen for Next Year rbrilliant tennis doubles match to- Northwst in the 440.Mht P orporations and sales, and other
get by." Earlier in the day Robbins day Illinois in the 880, Martin of Pur- subjects. He taught in the sum-
advised the ground crew: "We will Comedy Club offlce s were elected ([r ynoc"t i .-de al Lry. sdue in the mile, and Abbott of Illi mer session at this University in
trynotonl fo a ew ecod bt o fr te cmin yer ystedayatST. LOISU1, May 23.-Federal:; Largely as a result of the Span- nois in the two mile. The return- 198
try not only for a new eco-d but to for the coming year yesterday at Judge Charles B. Davis today de- ish girl's dashing play, Miss Wills ing title holders in the field events128.
set a good one. the clubs final business meeting of nied an application for an injunc- and her fellow Californian, Edith include Ketz of Michigan in the
the semester as follows: Robert K tion against the government to ICross, the first and third ranking hammer throw, Rasmus of Ohio Druids, Honor Society,
rdm,30,vicpresident;nJen-prevent receiving of bids and players of the United States, were State in the discus. Rinehart of In- Initiates New Membersa
Veteras Invte Hooer Tenant, '3, vice-presiden; Jean awarding of contracts for construe- eliminated in the women's doubles diana in the javelin, Simon of Illi-
To Detroit Convention ette Dale, '30, secretary; Truesdale tion of a $44,000,000 flood control quarter-finals of the French chai- nois in the broad jump, Frey of Chi- Nineteen men were initiated i'e-
Mayers, '30, treasurer. nprojecthe inaMississippiof C iNieenmnwriitadto
At the same time plans re laid projectinMississippiand New Ma- pionships by the red-sweatered cago, and Carr of Illinois, who tied cently into Druids, senior literary
(By Associated. Press) Afor the annual spring party of the adrid counties in Missouri. I senorita and her Dutch partner, for first in the high jump. honor society. They were: Robert
DETROIT, May 23.- President organization which will be held di--~~ Kea Bouman. Records endangered by the star Adams, Fred Baushard. Clarence
Herbert Hoover will be invited to rectly after final examinations. A UNIVERSITY OF WASHING- performers are those in the 100 yard Benson, Charles Bishop. Phil Brown.
attend the national convention of committee was also appointed to TON-A tradition of the University Graf Zeppelin Ready dash, mile run, two mile run, pole Robert B-own, John Effinger, Frank
disabled American veterans of the formulate plans at once for next of Washingon is being revived aft- vault, discus throw, hammer throw, Lovell, Harold Myron, Edwin Poor-
World War here June 22 to 30. season's activities or several years of disuse. The an-i To Return To Hangar and possibly the javelin throw. The man, John Rice, Charles Roth.
William 'i'. Henning, Denver, senior nual freshman-sophomore war,.- pole vault entry list is especially im- I Francis Sanderson, George Slagle.
vicc-pesident of the organization, tunney *SittScheduled conducted with fire-hoses and ( Associatecd ',ss) posing so one of the men is ex-Jack Steketee. Harry Wallace, Dave
will carry the invitation and ask 1i celebrated with a bonfire, is to be CUERS, France, May 23.--The pected to better the existing matk Ward, Edward Warner, and Fred
that Calvin Coolidge be named For Hearing In June reintroduced into the university to Graf Zeppelin was preened today I of 13 feet 3 inches. Widman.
President Hoover's representative BRIDGEPORT, Conn., May 23.- create greater interest in the for its return to its home hangar, --- -- ---------- ----- ---
should he be unable to attend. Mr. The complaint in Mrs. May Kath- "Moving-up" ceremony which the Friedrichshafen, with departureTA G DAY WILL BE HELD SATURDAY
Henning was to confer with Gov. erine King Fogarty's half-milli, freshmen and sophomores conduct slated for late this evening, some
Fred W. Green at Lansing today dollar breach of promise action every year. The hose fight was time after arrival from Germany TO BENEFIT STARR COMMONWEALTH
regarding his presence at the con- against Gene Tunney, retired discontinued by the university au- of its master, Dr. Hugo Ekener.
vention and to obtain an official heavyweight champion, was filed thorities several years ago, but The weather offered the poss- As an aid to the general support port of their sons in the institution
invitation for the president. Sev- with the clerk of the superior they have consented to allow the bility of postponement of the flight of a home for the homeless, friend- but the work receives no state ap-
cral thousand veterans are expected court here late today. event to be revived this year. and, although reports from over less, and dependent boys, a tag day propriations.
to attend the convention. ---.-- --- ---- ----- the homeward course were none 'will be held Saturday for the bone- Mr. Floyd Starr, of Albion, is the
GET oo favorable, Capt. Lehmann n di- fit of the Starr Commonwealth for president and general manager of
GEORGE~.j OLSEN, FAMED STAGE ST R, 1ated he would let Dr. Eckener I boys. The school is at Albion , and the school and Dr. Jeanne C. Solisj
Comm rnissioner SeeIs WAS ONCE MICHIGAN DRUM MAJOR make the final decision when he the boys from the organization will of Ann Arbor is one of e tustes
eop.hAnAbr _infthrses

AND STUDENIBODY
TAKE THEIR LEAVE
Retiring Leader Given
Handsome Chair
in Tribute
SINCERITY MARKS DINNER
Little V o i cees Regret
Caused by His
Departure
Pausing at the crossroad of their
ways, President Clarence Cook Lit-
tle and the student body took
formal leave of each other at a din-
ner last night whose temper was
moulded by the farewell o'f friends
avowedly frank, generous and per-
ennial.
"An occasion possessing the sad-
ness of this, yet happy in its in-
vigorating, arrow-flighted spirit,
would never have been if we had
not first experienced together a
four-year period of trying circum-
stances, loneliness, and error. Yet
since I have come to Michigan. I
have striven entirely to further the
best interests of her students. If,
after having seen students dead
and dying. I have favored a ban
upon personal liberty, it has been
not utterly to deprive you of a
right, but to make you see the dif-
ference between personal freedohu
and license.
Says Life Is Change
'If I have done nothing else in
my four years here, I hope that I
have shown you that life is change,
and wise change is life that will
last. And yet, thought I leave you
and Michigan physically, my love
and interest and the tremendous
attachments I have found here will
be with me as long as I have mem-
ory." Thus Dr. Little feelingly and
sincerely bade farewell t' the stu-
dents whose interests and better-
ment he has vigorously strived to
promote.
The chief tribute to President Lit-
tle was voiced by Thomas V.
Koykka. '30L, who spoke allegori-
cally of Van Loon's primitive vil-
lage, nestling in a valley sur-
rounded by high, rugged moun-
tains, and nourished by a single,
wavering spring of knowledge. The
patriarchs who completely ruled the
small community relied for their
law entirely upon a thousand-year-
old book.
Little Ahead Of Time
One day a stranger, bleeding and
fatigued by a long march, told them
of the fe-tile valleys which lay be-
yond their valley. Indignantly, the
old men found this man guilty of
of sacrilege, and he was stoned to
death. Years later, in a time of
draught, the young people of the
village rebelled against the old
men, and pushed over the enclosing
mountains to the fields beyond.
There they raised up a civilization,
and a new race. At the height of
their power, they paved a highway
back to their original hone, and at
the end erected a sptrld monu-
ment to the memory of the man
who had first pointed the way.
Thus, Michigan half a century
hence will approach the station of
'its retiring President, who though
waiting for it, will even then be
facing the future.
Following this speech, a hand-
some easy chair, of English design,
was presented to President Little
and Mrs. Little, who because of ill-
ness was unable to attend the ban-
quet, as a r,1%t from the students
indicative of their high regard for

hime. Preceding the address by
Koykka, dToastmaster George F.
Rich, '30L, introduced Martin J.
Mol, '30, .. Elizabeth Wellman, '29,
and Henry S. Grinnell, '28, each of
whom expressed the regrets of the
bodies they represented at Dr, Lit-
te's departure.
Seniors Will Receive
Announcements Today
Final opportunity tIo receive in-
vitations and announcements will
be afforded students of the literary
college from 3 to 5 o'clock this
afternoon. Distribution will be in
the Recorder's office in University
hall.
Enaineering Students

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Distinction In Laws

(Iby Associated Press)
NEW YORK, May 22.-Richard
Washburn Child, author, diplomat
and acting chairman of the na-
tional crime commission, made
public today a letter to George W.
Wickersham, chairman of President
Hoover's new national law enforce-
ment commission, in which he ex-
pressed his personal opinion that
disntinctins honld he made between

Returning to the "scenes of his vania hotel in New York city, and
childhood" George Olsen of radio, then returned to Broadway to play
record, and musical comedy fame, in "Sunny,' the musical hit that
will open for a week's engagement starred Marylyn Miller. In the New
May 31 at the Michigan theatre in York showing of "Good News" last
Detroit. year he appeared as an actor for
Olsen attended the University thIe first time. +
with the classes of 1913 and-1914, Victor record mniaking and broad-
and during his last year in school casting over the National Broad-'
was the leader of the band. He was casting company's net work have
the drum major who introduced occupied the time of Olsen and his
the custom of throwing the baton orchestra the past year. i

reacned nere.
Everything was ready for a start
with the new engines tuned up and
undergoing final tests, the gas bags
inflated and soldiers and' sailors
standing by.

sell the tags on the principal strects
of Ann Arbor.
The Commonwealth admits boys Jernegan Will Head
from six to fourteen years of age, Architectural Society
but deals especially with the boys
from seven to eleven years of age.
The school is not a reformatory or Tau Sigma Delta, national lion-
detention home, but a training cen- orary architectural frate-nity, held
ter where each boy is afforded a the installation of the following of-
normal outlet for his activities, and ficers yesterday afternoon: Paul F.
self-respect, self-reliance, and self-
expression are fostered. Each boy Jernegan, '29A, president, Jack W.
is given a vocational training which Mills, '30A, secretary, and Charles

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