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Graduation Program Is
Listed For Three
Day ]Period
Dr. Clarence C. Little
To Address Seniors
Plans for the final class f one-
tions of the present group of se-
niors are now complete, reports
from committees indicate. Class
Day, Alumni Day, Baccalaureate
ceremonies, and Comencement will'
all occur in the three day period,
Junie 15-17.
The date for Class ]Day has becn
changed to Saturday, June 15, in-
stead of Friday, as was previously
announced. The change has been
effected, according to Robert Gess-
ner, '29, chairman of the Class Day
committee, in order that more par-
ents of Seniors may be on hand for
the exercises. Seniors will meet on
the campus, and go through thce
traditional ceremony in the open

After an b
direction of
ant dean of
raid Wedne
Alpha Sigm
the Senatet
Affairs met
and adopted
compel thef
main closed
fer social pr
At the tim
ident of the
and formall
tion of the
liquor in the
against him
ed, and he
$1,500 bond,








of Recently Raided House
ouncedby Senate Committee

nvestigation under the
Fred B. Wahr, assist-
f students, following a
sday morning on the
a Phi fraternity house
Committee on Student
yesterday afternoon
d a resolution that will
fraternity house to re-
all summer and suf-
obation during the year
ne of the raid the pres-
e house wasarrested
ly charged with viola-
prohibition law. The
y for the presence of
ie house was not held
personally, it was stat-
was released under a
with examination set

received over the phone that a keg
of beer had been delivered to the
house Tuesday night. The identity
of the informant has not as yet
been discovered.
Following is the resolution of the
Senate Committee: "Moved, that
the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity be
closed from Saturday, June 1, 1929,
until the opening of the fall se-
mester, 1929, and further that the
fraternity be placed on social pro-
bation for the year 1929-30.
"This action was taken at a
meeting of the SenateaCommittee
of Student Affairs held May 31, and
followed the action taken by lo-
cal officials in.raiding thehouse
on Wednesday morning.
"Evidence brought out during the
investigation regarding individual


McAfee Slated
For Ohio Game

Dismissal Of Preser
Government Comes
As Surprise




Coalition Of P a r t i e s
May Force New

Alumni Day Saturday
Saturday will be termed "Alumni
Day." It has been officially set as
the date when old graduates will
return to the campus to renew old
memories and become acquainted
with seniors of this year's class.
President Clarence Cook Little
will deliver his final Baccalaureate
address here on Sunday morning,
June 16, in Hill auditorium. If tbe
day is clear, classes will assemble
on the campus at 10:15 o'clock, in
the same places as those in which
they will assemble for Commence-{
mnent exercises, as announced in;
Wednesday's Daily and on campus.
bulletin boards. The weather being
rainy, the graduates will p;oceed
directly to Hill auditorium at 10:30
o'clock, instead of assembling at
their respective places.
Millikan Will Speak
Dr. Robert Andrews Millikan will
deliver the Commencement oration,
it was announced yesterday by Dr
Frank E. Robbins. Dr. Millikan, who
was awarded the Nobel p-ize inj
1923 for his work' in isolating andl
measuring electrons, is at present'
director of the Norman Bridge lab-
oratory of physics and chairman of
the administrative council of the
California Institute of Technology,
at Pasadena.
Many college degrees are aniong1
the hoiors held by Dr. Millikan.
He was awarded his A. B. at Ober-
lin in 1891 and received a degree
of A. M. in 1893 from the same
institution. He received the degree
of Ph. D. from Columbia in 1895.
He has been granted the degree of,
Sc. D. by Oberlin in 1911, North-'
wester n in 1913, Pennsylvania in
1915, Columbia in 1917, Amherst in
1917, Dublin in 1919, and Yale in
1925. The University of Californiaj
bestowed the degree of LL. D. upon'
his shoulders in 1924.
Coif To Hold Banquet
Tni htAt L Club

for June 5. participants will be taken before
Wednesday's raid was instigated the University Discipline Commit- LONDON, May .-The Labor
by police subsequent to information tee for action." party tonight, with a counting of
the votes of the general election all
but completed, and is just short of
an absolute majority in the House1
of Commons. The most' impressive
showing of its young life had given
I it a plurality over the old-establish-
.1H r ed conservative party of 38 seats, hi
OT EVERealthough the popular vote for the b
Conservatives was about 200,0001f
greater.- I a
Other Chairmen To Be English Sovereign Is ed had won 288 seats while 8,506,224
Announced Early Again Confined To cs for Conservative canIc
Announed Eary . had.elected 250.. Since therear
Next Fall His Bed 615 members of the house, a clear
______ majority would require 308 seats.
The government of Prime Miis- :"
(1y Associated ss ter Stanley Baldwin, which had'
Final conferences of the various LONDON, May 31.-Anxious fear the overwhelming majority of 185
persons connected with the active gripped British hearts today at the in the dissolved Parliament, stood I
news that King George was ill definitely defeated. The Liberall
Opera were held yesterday to make again. The beloved sovereign, after party, the second veteran of British
plans for the carrying on of the a month's convalescence from his politics, was led by David Lloyd f
work during the summer. The final dangerous illness of the winter, was George to increased representa- ;
revision of the book as well as ar- abed at Windsor castle with a fe- tions which seemed to give them a a
rangement of a number of musical verish attac.valuable balance of power, al-
offerings that have already been Lorc Dawson of Penn, one of the1 thougb they ran a poor ,thirdL. The
ingprouctiosw bcpe inclue ofin physicians whose treatment through victory of Labor was the more in-
ing productions will be included in long months last winter pulled King pressive because it had been aja
Appointment of William C. Gen- George from death's grip, was I steady growth since It won the first t
Ary,'31,a chaia of publicy called back by airplane from a trip two seats in 1900 by a vote of 62,- T
try, '31, as. chairman of publicity on N otnn.Atog tws00
for the show was' announced by onThe contnet.Athugyi.as,~I
Robert W: Mans '30.aGentry, who said this indicated no particular The country faces several alter-w
isberniht editor of TIheny, wil urgency, it served greatly to aug- natives. Mr. Baldwin might try to a
is a, ngheoroly, wi ent public anxiety. fight it out with the present gov-
sublicityrce onrg, for h The physician, after landing at ernment, even without aid of the i
was publicity director for "Ran- Iroydon from Paris, hurried by an- Conservative members who fell by b
hewillEnd ha ful chaofirec- tomobile to his royal patient, and the wayside in the voting. A a
he will:have full charge of direct- hryt bkcoalition between either Conserva- u
ing the ways and means of pro- shortly let it be known his majesye tives and Liberals or Labors and P
moigte12 hwntol nhas been confined to his room since t oigte 19so ntol niven Liberals itbformeLabor and In
Ann Arbor, but also in the 13 or Sunday, although first word to the Liberals mig.t be formed, or, and n
more other cities in which the of his fresh indisposition came only it looms large, a deadlock may H
opera force a new general election before w
oeaplays each year. Thursday.
Other committee chairmen as His official announcement said next autumn. t
well as the personnel of the various that King George had had a "fe- h ion Women Voters
committees constituting the pro- vi attac kand w cnfinedto The electorate with about 5,000,-
ducionstaf fr he per wil b Ihis bed. A feverish cold :marked the 000 women voters added, has caused :
nunced early in the fall accrd beginning of the serious pulmonary asurprise by dismising the Bald-
ing to Manss illness which began last November. w govnmen w
Style experts will make sketches It was believed the ruler caught force for nearly five years andI
Suggexngpterwidmeskrcos-cold last Sunday when he joined creating the possibility of the see-
s fnextdperardurin the celebration of Queen Mary's and Balor government the country ;
fall al - birthday anniversary by taking tea has known.n
the summer. Next a sug in the open near Windsor at Frog- .If,as seems likely, the King in-V
gestions will be given consderation . vites Ramsey Macdonald to form a n
by E. Mortimer Shuter, director, more. government that will be able to ac-
and choices will be made. cept the task with much greaterit
Stanford Qualifies confidence than he did in 1924 -
Hundred Are Dead 14 In Track Contest ; when with only 190 members he o

. for thon-:
William McAf cc
Michigan pitching star who will
ourl for the Wolverines in their
rttle with Ohio State for the con-'
erence title at 4:05 o'clock this
ive New Members Are Added To
Lower Staff; Manag'ing Edi-
tor Not Named
With the final issue disposed of

A Mystery-Thriller Will
Be Newest Pro-
As the last of the repertory offer-
ings, the stock company which has
been playing at the Mendelssohn
theatre will present a mystery
th; iller, "The Spider," beginning
Monday night and running through
Saturday night. Matinee perform-
ances wil be given Wednesday and
The play opens with a series of
.vaudeville acts and with the advent
of the third or fourth performance,
Mons. Chatrand, played by Ramon
Greenleaf, and his mind reading
act the mystery begins. It is while

the lowly Minnesota team on
June. Should Ohio State upset
Michigan hopes today, Wisconsin
would be favored for the title with
the advantage of one more contest.
Iowa also still possesses a slim
chance for first honors. The Hawk-
eyes have registered six victories in
nine starts and are now resting in
thlir d place. If Michigan and Wis-
consin both lose their remaining
games and Iowa defeats Indiana in
ius concluding contest today, the
Hawks will win the Conference
Bill McAfee is expected to occupy
the pitching box against Ohio State
this afternoon. Although he lost
his last start to Wisconsin at Mad-
ison by a 4-2 score on Monday, he
has undoubtedly beenfited from the
rest he has been given this week
and should he in good form to re-
pel the invaders. McAfee has reg-
istered victories over Illinois, Pur-
due, and Iowa this season, losing
only to the Badgers.

Win Will Assure
Baseball Crown
IFor Wolverines
By Edward J. Warner
Only Ohio State's in-and-out baseball team remains between
Michigan's nine and its second straight Conference championship
as the rivals conclude the- 1929 diamond season at 4:05 o'clock
this afternoon on Ferry field. Thursday's victory over Wisconsin
put the Wolverines back in first place, a position which they will
be fighting to retain in today's contest.
If Michigan defeats the invading Buckeyes today, the race
for the title will be definitely decided, but a loss will considerably
complicate matters. Wisconsin now occupies second place with
seven victories and three defeats, but the Badgers have yet to meet

orthe current scholastic year, the
taff of the Inlander magazine has
nnounced appointments to next
eason's publications. Five nevY
cm bers will appear on the roste:
t the first issue of the magazinC
he date of which is undecided,
'hey are Edna Henley, '32, Eliza-
'eth Serhard, '31, Merle Ells.
vorth, '30, Frances Sackett, '30
.nd Harold Courtlander, '31.
With the exception of graduat
ng members, the upper staff wil
c kept intact, although no man
ging editor has been named. Th
'pper staff editors for 1929-30 ar
'aul L. Adams, '30, Frances Jen
nings, 31, Jean A. Gilman, '30, an
lildegarde Scheuren, '30, all o
shom have taken active part in
his year's issues.
Dean Bates To Speak
At Missouri Exercise
Henry M. Bates, dean of the Lau
chool, will give the Commence
nent address at the University o
Missouri, Columbia, Mo., on Wed
nesday, June 5. Dean Bates wi
Peak on "Self-Government an
he Individual."
With this issue The Daily sus-
pends publication for the school
year. A Commencement extra
will be published on Monday,
June 17, and the regular sum-
iuer edition will be started on
Tuesday, June 25.


, the mind 'reader and the hypnotist Ohio Has Little Success
is working in the aisle of the thea- Kermode, a veteran moundsman,
-1tre with his blindfolded medium
1 facing the audience that a murder will probably face the Wolverines
-, is committed. Everyone sees the today. Ohio State has experienced
e act, but no one can explain the ! only mediocre success on the. dia-
e happenings. Three acts follow be- mond this season. The Buckeyes
- fore the identity of "The Spider" are now tied with Indiana for fifth
d is learned.d I
f Alexander, the magician's helper, place in the standings, an 8-3 vic-
n will be played by Robert Henderson. tory over Chicago last Tuesday ele-
Suzanne Freeman will take the part vating them to that position. They
of Beverly Lane, the young lady have won four out of nine games.
whose escort is the recipient of the+
fatal bullet. Hess and Hinchman, outfielders,
Two more p e r f o r m a n r e s of Widdifield, catcher, and Riehl,
"Nightstick" will be given this shortstop, are among the veterans
afternoon and tonight. Tickets for on the Buckeye team.
w the production are still obtainable I
- at thenbox office'of the Mendelssohn Michigan To Lose Five
A theatre, and seats may be reserved Today's contest will mark the
- I for any performance next week of completion of Conference competi-
d"The Spider." tion for five Michigan players.
Captain Corriden, Kubicek, Wein-
Inai guration Dinner traub, Nebelung, and McCoy will
o To Be Held By S. C. A. Iwind up their Big Ten careers
j against Ohio. Although not epo
Inaugurating two recently elect- pected to start in today's game, As-
I ed officers, the Student Christian beck and Reichman are also num-
I association will hold a banquet Sat- bered among the graduating Wol-
urday noon at their new offices in verines.
the Michigan Union. Besides these Coach Ray Fisher will use the
jmen, John Webster and Laverne same lineup against Ohio State
I Taylor, president ahd vice president that defeated Wisconsin, with the
l respectively, the new cabinet will, exception of Asbeck. Harry. East-
o be installed. man has performed capably at
shortstop and wifl agal q geezl t1
~ ORSINVE TOR Twomore non-Conference games

As Forests Burn fried a minority government
PHILADELPHIA, May 31.-Stan- against Conservative opposition of,
(By Associated Press) 'ford University's brawny band ofI 258 and depended for existence up-,
TOKIO, May 31-Japanese resi- athletes, coached by Dick Temple- I on the whims of 158 Liberals.'
dents of southern Saghalien island t ton, dominated the qualifying
fought today for their lives and trials of the Inercollegiate A. A. A.1 Definite Action Due j
their homes against forest fires A. track and fleld championships O Co h Prble
which were believed to have killed today. ______
100 persons and burned more than By capturing 14 places in the'
1,000 houses. 1 preliminaries, thus demonstrated With the announceient of a
"parse dispatches to newspa- that there was no ballyhoo about ieeting of the Board in Control of
pers were led to fear there had the advance notices of their prow- thltc this morning to coder
been a major disaster. j ei . the Wieman dismissal case, definite
action on the present muddled
A~~~~~~~~ ~~~~ lA'A ovrn oobl ocigs a



Wovrie got l caching sita
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MANAGER tion is expected today.
Order of the Coif will hold its an- Professor Frayer, a member oft
nual banquet at the Lawyers' club ANNOUNCES TICKET SALE PLANS the board, made the following
at 6:45 o'clock tonight. The menu- _______n_____Iatementnyesterday, "No official
bers of the senior law class recently Students will be limited to one f be accepted after that date without r has be ade by te
-the student preference privilege. Boardi Control of Athletics as to.,
initiated into the order will be espe~ extra ticket apiece for the Ohio Tickets rere rthe status of Mr. Wieman For ob
cially honored at this time.,xr pe ikt for the remainder of the v~u esnntigcnb ad
ialy hord thitmeState and Harvard games and three gaies on the Wolverines' home reasons, nothing can be said
Paul B. Bainger, '4 of the firm for the Iowa tilt next fall, accord- schedule will be obtained in the officially prior to a eeting of the
of Jackson, Fuller, Nash and Bro- usual mannler on student applica- Board. Suchi a meeting will be held
phy, of Nw York, has been ob- ng to an announcement by HarryLisuaiven out during registration. Saturday morning, June 1."
tahed as the principal speaker. C. Tillotson, business manager of girA statement of the Board's decl
. In order to prevent mistakes, ac- sion on the case and of the lns
Among the more prominent of the Athletic Association. With the knowledgmnent cards wil be sent to son the case, and ofchepns
the speakers at preceding Coif ban same plan of ticket distribution as students on receipt of applications, I for the 1929 football coaching staff,
netsare orme Secetar of ar (is expected to be made following
quets are former Secretary of War used last year in effect, the cheer- each card acknowledging the re- B
Newton D. Baker, Justice Burch of ing section will again provide lodg- I ceipt of an application for tickets __Bad _cneene_
the Kansas Supreme court, and ing for those who stiH believe in for certain games.
Justice Rosenberry of the Supreme seeing football games from the side Provision has again been made . rg re tb er ar
court of Wisconsin. of the stadium. for a cheering section of 1200 seats .
The members of the senior law Due to the late date for begin- in the middle of the west stand.
class who have been elected to ning of classes, student coupons All seats in this section will be be-


Hlonori na son of Michigan 'who "reported,"centrs more in the port-
ihas remained unknwn for 'a ce" - able inodel s~he has in her room
tury, the state legislature recently than in the first model ever madel
approved a resolution reading in "The typegrapher," says the 'Na-
part: "The Michigan Historical ! tional Cyclopedia of American bi-
cornmission is hereby authorized to ography, "was so far in advance of
collaborate with the University of the times that it found little mar-
Michigan officials in securing and ket and its inventor turned to other!

yet remaineoan the Michigan 1929
schedule. Michigan State will come
to Ann Arbor for a Commencement
week series of two games on June
14 and 15. The Spartans scored a
10 inning 4-2 victory over Michi-
gan several weeks ago.


maintaining for purposes of in-
struction, the various instruments
and other material used and asso-
elated with the Honorable William
A. Burt, during his work in the
Burt is best known for the fact
that he invented the world's first
typewriter-or to be more accur-
ate, a machine called a "type-
grapher" which was the predeces-
ior of the modern typewriter. He

Those "other thinfgs" were activ- I
ities that played a prominent part
in the history of-Michigan and of
Macomb county for' that period, as
as well of other states. The pres-
ent site of Chicago, then known as,
Fort Dearborn and Milwaukee were
laid out with the aid of a "solar
comu, ss," anotheri hvention of
Burt's, which placed dependence I
on the sun and fixed stars rather|

U. S. Tennis Team
Vanquishes Cubans
(Special Td The Daily)
D-TROIT, May 31.--United
States earned the right to meet the
winner of the European zone
matches in the Davis Cup compe-
tition when John Van Ryn and
Wilmer Allison scored an easy 6-2,
6-1, 6-0 doubles victory over Mo-
rales and Upmann of the Cuban
team today on t courts of the
Detroit Tennis club. With yester-

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