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To Oppose Wisconsin [A I~ Reeves Winis Honors
In Drive For Title III1 I For Stdies In Law
TAI[nyFollowing closely upon his recent VA D[jaPEn1[
AM unir rselection by the secretary of state - H
frmember of an international
AND 101111 L~l I u U LIbLVL1

Bolstead Is Medalist;
Dave Ward Takes
Third Place
Varsity Captain Turns
In Score Of 318 To
"6 0 1

Jones And Borah Ask
For Completion
Of Work

committee, Prof. Jesse S. Reeves, of
the. political science department,
has lately been appoivited to the
committee for the preparation of
the four-hundredth anniversary of
the work of Francisco Victoria, the
eminent Spanish jurist. The cele-
bration is to be held at the U~ni-
versity of Salamanca, Spain, under
the auspices of the Spanish govern-
ment. The purpose of the affair is
to bring together the most eminent
autho' ities on international law
from all over the world in com-
memoration of Victoria, who was
one of its most famous exponents,
This honor is the second Prof es-

Controversy Of Ten
Years Standing
Near End

Asbeck Chosen
To Take Mound
For Wolverines
With the Conference baseball championship at stake, Wis-
consin and Michigan will take the field at 2:30 o'clock this after-
noon in a "crucial" game that will undoubtedly decide the Big
Ten diamond title for 1929. Both teams have one more game
remaining on their respective schedules, but this Memorial Day
encounter at Ferry field will probably determine the fate of the
rivals in their fight for the pennant.

Many Measures Face
Congress Before

kcensusWill Embi


Unemployment In an attempt to come out, of
94 tT UITVO(T I 1 1 .1 1 . .

...:SeoAdnournment sor Reeves has received within a urv Irecent road trip when they lost t'
d Adjorurnmsentr fvd itina
short time, He was chosen by the _
(By Associated Press)fSECetary of state as a member of (By Associated Press)
MINNEAPOLIS, May 29.-Playing (By Aocitd Press) the cooperative committee to ar- WASINGTON, May 29-uto
brilliant golf during the entire IWASHI1NGTON, May 29.--sanc-tecoprtve miteIoa matic reapportionment of the 11
orn nt, gLetrn ote c h tion by President Hoover of range the program for the coming rouse of Representatives on the
t,,proposed Congressional recess for Pan-American Scientific congress. basis of a census taken every ten
captain of the University of Minne- thepro me Congessional pr e Professor Reeves has now been provided in a bill
sot golfteam,today won the BigFrtdhAsskmerthe rioen- twice the recipient of governmena yasld bhe pnovid y, in a b
Ten championship by a magin ofl Fred Asbeck actment of the. farm relief bill and g passed by the Senate toda y, 57 to v
Tien .sh osva ieldyf28may-honors in acknowlegment of his 26 and sent to the House.
five strokes, over a field of 28 play Woverin hurler, who will attempt an age ent fixing the definite outstanding work in international A similar proposal which has
ers from seven schools. I.law. In 1927 he was one of two stood up nearly 10 years of con- I
Runner-up in the 1928 tourna- ofaFerry Field today, in the out- Senate on the tariff measure. representatives for the United troversy between states likely to Athletic Board Takes h
ment, Bolstead succeeds John Leh- rodcat's sito States in the international commis- lose and those which would gain . .
man of Purdue, who did not defend kown o te SatortJoe- sion of American jurists fo the representation, was approved by Stand Of Silence
the title as champion. John Berge- I of Washington, the assistant Re- codification of international law the House last sassion :d final En-
lin, of Michigan, staged a comebackI" uian lhaderanl'd.atBohrahi0f(Heewas also a lecturer on this su- Otnn o Mattern masre
today to take second place with a[f Idaho, had called at the White Li h au ofrneatment of the present measure h___
toal of 318. p wt House to present their views ject at the Hague conference had been decided upon before the
TeGpe copdtetaagainst any recess until the work summer recess. a
The Gophers copped the team for which the special sessionwasrvy Unemployment
championship with a seven stokcalled had been mpleted. In addition to the enumerations Coach Elton E. Wieman's reitera-
schr apoship1 wd ithigevn srkehad T11R 1I Nfr wch nth eddH ledoe ih~a.Mneoaspcle hdb eciaplesowsdA.IIT iSrv bepym
lead over Michigan. Minnesota's of persons living in the United tion of his "n resignation" stand
score was 1331 and Michigan had Wtw igof aot brekn inatththe eensus would embrace flwigthe announcement fhs
10, StatesONfollowing L ofogshis
1338. Northwestern took third With signs of a breaking in the a survey of unemployment. It
honors in the team play with 1343. long, stubborn deadlock between would be taken in November, 1929 dismissal from the Michigan foot-
Bolstead s erelpe Ru Will the Senate and the House on farmby enumerators and experts em- ball coaching staff by Director of
Bolstead took his five-stroke lead Open Long Run relief, word from Chairman Smoot ployed under civil service regula-I Athletics Fielding H. Yost, was the
over Bergelin in a completion of June.of the Senate finance committee pyn. rena d
tadaiesttomnh wl er ons only development in thejube
o e Be g l n i a- c m l t o ofJ u e 2 6 s i t l as wbot s il b e
the mrtnin's of he, anafternn quird bh House Leader Charged The bill, which had the admin- Wolverine 'football coaching situa-
the runinhe afterthe committee to get a istration's approval, would direct tion yesterday.
found it was indicated that the IS STUDENT ENTERPRISE tariff bill ready for the Senate. With Violation Of the president to submit to Congress The maintenance of a policy of
Gopher ace would have to play the Senator Watson of Indiana, Reubnext December two sets of compu- silence by the Board in Control of
flal hole near par as Bergelin con - Opening a seven weeks' run at lican leader, tonight went ahead 'Volstead Act tations showing the number of Athletics and Director Yost left the
tinued on his heels. the Mendelssohn theatre, the with his plans 'for the all-summer representatives each state would be problem of who will be in charge
The champion and runner-up Michigan Repertory Players pre- recess. Tll SiSET OR JUNE entitled to upon the basis of the of Michigan's 1929 football teamp
shot the same scores today, each sented by Players Production will Senator Watson agrees with the new census, under both the system obscured by a mass of rumor and
taking 77 for the morning play and give St. John Hankin's smart drama, White House stand for enactment Discovery of what police claim to known as equal proportions and conjecture, while the exact status
78 for the afternoon. Par for the "The Cassilis Engagement," on of farm relief before the vacation, be a half keg of beer in the fra- that known as major fractions. of former head coach Wieman also
iterlachen country club courseJune 26, 27, 28, and 29. Perform- and for the fixing of a definite date ternity house of which he is presi- Congress Must Act remained in doubt.
where the meet was staged, is 7' ances by the players will be given for a vote in the Senate on the dent, led to the arrest of Ray M. If Congress fails to enact a re- In commenting on his course of1
anwas .nomt euaed, ring te 'each Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, tariff bill. He would insist that the Hofelich, '30, yesterday morning. ptportionment bill by the end of action following Director Yost's an-r
tournamentd n and Saturday night for a period of recess hinge also upon- the agree- After spending the day in the local the then current session, the major nouncement of Tuesday, Coacha
unst. onted .ut seven weeks during the summer ment for a vote in the Senate on jail, Hofelich was formally charged fractions computations of the pres- Wieman made the following state-l
session. the conference report adjusting dif with violation of the prohibition ident would become effective. ment:t
Starting today's play in a tie with The cast for the productions in ferences between the Senate and law, and released under bond of Under the supervision of Sena- "I can onyreeat what I
Bolstead at 18 for 36 holes, Don the Mendelssohn theatre will be House on the tariff before the open- $1,500. Examination was set for tor Johnson, Republican, Califor- I c o repat what
Burris of Minnesota, was counted taken from the 'members of Play ing of the regular session in De- June 5. nia, the bill has passed wtih 15 have already said, namely, that
out on the first nine when he Production and other individuals cember. Simultaneous with the placing of Democrats and 42 Republicans I have not resigned from my
made 42. He needed 167 stroeks to in the University or in the city Statement Is Issued the official charge, an investigation supporting it. Eight Republicans position at Michigan. Since
go the rounds today. whose experience and ability war- The statement regarding the of the affair by the University was joined 18 Democrats in opposition. coming to Ann Arbor I ave.
Third position was taken by Dave rant a part in the theatre activ- Congressional recess issued at the instigated under the supervision of if the reapportionment bill is had just one objective-to serve
Ward, of the Michigan team, who l ities. Private laboratory presenta- White House said: Fred B. Wahr, assistant dean of 'passed by the House and not vetoed Michigan m any way and every
started today with 160 and made I tions will be continued by the or- , "The president has been in confer- Istudents. No statement had been by the President, the state of way I could. This I have done
162 for a grand total of 322, four I ganization in its theatre in Uni- I ence from time to time with the made by Dean Wahr at a late hour Michigan will receive four more to the best of my ability at all
strokes in the rear of Bergelin. Ed- versity hall, and the cast for these i Republicari leaders of the Senate last night. Representatives,on the present an- times, This I intend to con-
mund Wilson' led the Ohio State will be supplied from those enrolled! and the House upon the program I Seizure of the alleged beer by the ticipated plan of apportionment. tinue doing as long as there is'
group for fourth place with 324. in the course who are not suffi- of the session. These discussions police followed the receiving of in- The state will then have 17 mm- work here for me to do. I am
Other team scores were: Ohio ciently advanced for larger parts. have all been directed upon both formation by the police that a keg bers in the lower house of the na- for Michigan first, last andal-
State, 1405; Iowa, 1445; and Chi- The directing of the Players will sides of the completion of the leg- of beer had been delivered to the tional legislature. ways. Again, I have not had
cago, 1526. Robert Stewart of Wis be in charge of Chester M. Wallace, islation for which the extra session fraternity house during the night. Vandenburg Promotes Bill nor have I now the slightest in-1
consin, failed to turn in his final of the Carnegie Institute of Tech- has been called. The informant used the tehephon e passage of the bill by the tention of voluntarily severing
18 hole score today and the Badger f nology, and Valentine B. Windt, the "No program as to the length of and has not been identified, ac- Senate is of further interest to the my conection with my Alma
total was not figured. Ipresent director of the theatre ac-1 the recess on the tariff bill has yet cording to police. . state, in that Michigan's junior Mater."
Individual Scores tivities. Wallace is the head of the been determined upon or recom-' Responsibility for the presence of Senator, Arthur I. Vandenb Wieman played on the 1916 and
The scores: Charles Crosscurth, Drama school at that institution mended by the leaders. They are liquor in the house is not held was identified coispicuously with 1917 Wolverine football team, and
Chicago, 217-184-404; R. Rueck- Director Windt will leave tomor- all firm fcr completion of the leg- against Hofelich personally, reports heromoting of the measureper returned after the war to captainr
hoff, Iowa, 194-179--373; George row for New York to make arrange- islation this se ion- 'state, he being arrested as presi- f h been a determined supporter the 1920 eleven. Since his gradua-
k Oh State 169-188-357; ments for the other six plays that 0----- -- dent of the house. Hofelich is tem- of the reapportionment since enter- ion in 1921 he has been a member
William Fowler, Minnesota, 166-167 are to be presented. j CHANGE CLASS DAY DATE I perate, according to fellow students ing the Senate and was co-author ton in 191hbas bn a, memer-
-333; Jim Lewis, Michigan, 172-175 Rehearsals for "The Cassilis En- I In order that more parents who say that he is a "staunch tee h w i pator yes, ro a, ng of the cacing staff, serv-
th bil psse yeterayi ing in the capacity of line coach
-347; Milton Klein, Chicago, 172 gagement" will start on June 19. I wl he enabled to be present at totaler." He did not approve of inpte before taking over the head coach-t
174-347; F. G. Mudge, Chicago, The play was given last fall in the I the Class-Day ceremonies, the I'toxicating beverages being kept in NO DMLY TOMORROW ig duties in 1927 and 1928.
181-186-367; Do'n Burris, Minne- laboratory of Play Production and I date has been changed to Satur- the fraternity house, reports also;i BO IY TeORo d - n regard to the Michigan coach-
15-6-25 se+ losa is bein resumed a this tm be- day, June15, is-a of F iday I ate . Because of Decoration day to- I.nreadtthMiigncc-
soto, 158-167-325; Lester Bolstad, at time June , tead Fray temor'ow The last issue of the I'ing staff for next fall, Yost stated
Minnesota, 158-155--313; Don Whit-, cause material is available for its as previously annnounced in the Daily for this school year will be yesterday that his plans for the di-
taker, Northwestern, 159-174-333; presentation and the same talent I senior invitations. The seniors rection of the 1929 team have not
Ed McCardell, Iowa, ,161-176-337; can open with the show three days I will meet on the campus. -- t Open ' I published Saturday morning; retn o mpte1 team have o
John Bergelin, Michigan, 163-155- after the summer session starts. o- --a I p at the mi en- as ye ben. mplete b d wi b
'P8uoboytnlihga,15 UD B NT i'city Carpap I, publication with the Commence-i announced soon. He reiterated his
318; Bob Royston, Michigan, 165- SOCT Gment extra on June 17. assertion that he will not reassume1
186-351; Oliver Rogers, Northwest- STA TE A UDUBON SOCIE TY TO STAGE o active coaching duties.
ern, -169-169-238; Floyd Shannon; ANNUAL GATHERING IN ANN ARBOR - tKenneth L. Houck, 32, president 0 -aic nde
Ohio State, 176180-356; Dave Ward, GA H RIof Phi Eta Sigma, national freshAC I
Michigan, 160-162-322; Hunter Shel- Ann Arbor will be the scene of to attend. An early morning bird man honorary scholastic fraternity, C-LG
don, Wisconsin, 176-167-323; Doug- the annual meeting of the State hike, followed by a picnic breakfast announced the committee appoint- -NCOMPLETE,-ACCORING TO YOS T
las McKay, Northwestern, 180-172- i -
352; Alan Loop, Ohio State, 182-194- Audobon society, which is to. con- and discussions of Michigan's bird ments for the ensuing term yester-
3;76 1 vene here Friday and Saturday of conservation programs, will feature day. The publicity committee. Weth thetinnost y i- [and se nk Bah os s said
this~ weflk Mos ofterglrss h audymrigssios nrco fAhIisY htpas
to have favoreda anucm t

f the slump which began on the
wo straight games, Coach Ray
Fisher will send Fred Asbeck to
the mound. Ted Thelander is the
ikely hurling choice for the Badg-
ers, although Ray Ellerman may
assume the pitching burden for the
visitors. In his last start Asbeck
ost a 13-inning encounter to Illi-
nois, 3-2. Only seven hits were al-
owed by the big right hander, but
he was rather wild, walking nine
men and hitting two.
Thelander Likely Choice
Thelander, the Wisconsin right
hander, has been in good form this
season, including a shutout game
against Northwestern among his
acconiplishments. Truskowski will
be behind the plate for Michigan,
while Doyle or Evans will do the
catching for Wisconsin.
Although they are now leading
the Conference with seven victories
and two defeats, the Badgers. must
beat Michigan to remain definitely
in the race. After today's game,
Wisconsin still must face Minne-
sota on June 7, while Michigan con-
eludes its schedule against Ohio
State at Ferry field on Saturday.
The Wolverines are now in second
place with five wins and two losses,
followed closely by Iowa with one
more defeat.
Myron Still Out
Due to the leg injury which
Myron is still suffering, Harry East-
man will be back at shortstop this
afternoon. Eastman played a fault-
less game at short in Monday's con-
test at Madison. The rest of the
Wolverine lineup will remain in-
Coach Fisher has been stressing
batting practice this week in an en-
deavor to inject some punch into
the Michigan attack. The hitting
on the recent road trip, during
which the Wolves dropped games to
Illinois and Wisconsin, Was particu-
larly weak. Harvey Straub has been
leading the regulars in batting
against Big Ten opposition.
Badgers Strong At Bat
Wisconsin has not been particu-
larly strong in hitting this season,
Coach Lowman relying on his pitch-
ers to win ball games for the Bad-
gers. Hall, in the outfield, and
Capt. Art Mansfield at first have
been leading the Wisconsin regulars
with the stick. Evans, the recruit
catcher, enjoyed Michigan pitching
at Madison, getting a triple and a
double off McAffee's delivery.
Today's contest will probably
mark Asbeck's last appearance on
the mound against a Big Ten rival.
The Wolverine veteran will be num-

bered among
Nebelung, cf.
Corriden, lf.
Straub, rf.
Kubicek, 2b.
Weintraub, 3b-
McCoy, lb.
Eastman, ss.
Truskowski, c.
Asbeck, p.

the graduates this
Cuisinier, If.
Hall, cf.
Mansfield, 1b.
H. Ellerman, 2b.
Mittermeyer, rf.
Doyle, c.
Matthusen, 3b.
Knechtges, ss.
Thelander, p.


Aviators Postpone
Trans-Atlantic Hop
(By AssociateI Press)
OLD ORCHARD, Ms., May 29.-
Disappointment saddened members
of two trans-atlantic air expedi-
tions today, but did not discour-
age them.
hardlyg had mishaps halted the
flight of the French monoplane,
Yellow Bird, for Paris, and the
takeoff of the American monoplane
Green and Flash, for Rome, an-

sions of the meeting will be held the afternoon, further addresses, a c
in the Museum building. Miss colloquium on nature study meth- wide campaign for Phi Eta Sigma f
Geneva Smith, secretary to the di- ods in Michigan schools, and a meet- and the honor system among high
rector of the museum and director ing of the Izaak Walton league, schools, consists of Beach Conger, U
of the Ann Arbor junior division of which is cooperating wita the Audu- ;chairman; Samuel Beer, Stanleyit
the society, is in charge of local bon society in its conservation ; Fleischaker, and R. Hetterick.
arrangements. measures, will conclude the meet- IC
InAfter some preliminary confer- ing.rmr a
ences Friday morning, the meeting Prominent local men who are to l OurwYealhe ai
will be formally opened at 1:30 speak include Dr Norman Wood, s
o'clock, at which time Dr. Guthe, curator of birds of the museum, who' ~ p
director of the Museum of Anthro- curator of birds of the museum, who t
pology, will deliver the opening ad- During the meeting, exhibitions Iq
dress. A general business meeting of several kinds will be on display r-
and several other addresses are also in the fourth floor exhibition room r
on that afternoon's program. !of the museum. Examples of na- IT-1;8
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or the 1929 Michigan coaching!
taff are as yet incomplete, various
unconfirmed rumors of a change in
he Wolverine coaching methods by
substitution of a coaches' "board
of strategy" for a head coach were
afioat yesterday.
Director Yost is known to be a
ponsor of this plan, and it is re-
ported that a disagreement be-
ween Yost and Wieman over this
question was the basis for Yost's
action in refusing to assign Wie--
nan to the 1929 football coaching

thave favored an anouncement
of the adoption of this plan, which
would allow all the coaches to share
equally in the responsibility for the
During the coming football sea-
son, it is believed that if it is de-
cided to retain the head coaching
plan, no outside man will be chosen
for the position.
A counter rumor has named
Franklyn E. Cappon, former star
fullback and a member of the 1928
football staff, as the logical candi-
date for the head coaching posi-
tion. Due to the lack of time be-
Iwp~ ttinow nd ih6 coming' footbaill

Helen Wills Enters
Championship Round
(By Associated Press)
PARIS, May 29.-While the last of
her feminine comrades fell by the
wayside, Helen Wills today ad-
vanced to the fourth round of the
French tennis championships in
which she is defending her women's
singles title.
Queen Helen had little difficulty
in defeating Ruth Capscott, second
ranking player of South Africa,
6-1, 6-3, while another Cali-
fornian, Mrs. May Sutton Bundy,
1If l im iynnf-rkrin flick crnnnln l nII l

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