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Vol. XXXIX No. 66. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1928

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ZELLNER TO PORTRA mnent Impersonator
To Present Program
HISTORIC CHARACTERS
IN~Cq LECUREPROGAM
LONGEST COSTUME CHANGES
COMPLETED IN ONLY
FORTY SECONDS I

POLLOCK TO PRESIDEL
AT MICHIGAN NDIANA
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PARIS TREATY EBT
DRAKE, SIMON, AND FRANSETH
WILL TAKE AFFIRMATIVE
FOR UNIVERSITY
TO BE HELD WEDNESDAV

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;mister Of Bolivia opIn An
Expresses Good-Will ,,,O* R IS }Over King's Illness

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( y A S c , d P re s )( yI N i I A l N A s so ia t P r ess )
U. S. S. MARYLAND, En Route LONDON, Dec. 8.-Two favorable
to Valparaso, Dec. 8.-A brilliant bulletins issued today by King
function on the afterdeck of the George's physicians fell short of a-
U. S. S. Maryland anchored of1 laying popular anxiety for the
Antofagasta, Chile, today marked soverign. The effects were large
an exchange of expressions of good PLOT, SETTING, AND ACTING ly negatived by the fact that all
will between President-elect Hoov- ARTFULLY BLENDED IN I five physicians joined in the day's j
er and Foreign Minister Alberto BRILLIANT SHOW examinations and consulations.
Palacios of Bolivia, personal rep-. The daily bulletins still bear an
resentative of President Hernando KSTILL air of frankness, although they are
Sules. TICKETSSTL AVAILABLE~ exceedingly terse. The public,
Besides Dr. Palacios and other however, tends to the fact that un-
members of the Bolivian cabinet Setting Is Laid In Southwest Amid less some further complications
ATid less some furthe. ...licati~ns

STONE WILL ADDRESS
SECOND CONVOCATION
IN -HILL AUDITORIUM

IS

A WELL-KNOWN CHICAGO
CLERGYMAN AND
SPEAKER

TO USE SPECIAL LIGHTING'
Sixteen Charactcrizatioins Included

Prof. E. W. Miller Of

Wooster

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In Program Ranging From iCollege Will Act the function was attended by the Indians An UowbOys D AbUU I
Comedy To Classic As Judge president and members of the A Dude RanchI
house of deputies who made the1
With a program consisting of six- Prof. James K. Pollock, of the long journey from LaPaz across Culminating several months of
teen characterizations of import- political science department, will Chile so that Mr. Hoover might intensive effort by more than 1251
ant figures in drama, history, and _ be the chairman, and Prof. E. W. receive in person, feicitations men students connected with thel
roanceJurWs Zed , te "Miller of Wooster college will act from the inland republic during production of the 1928 opera, the
tean Characterist," willappear at as judge, of the debate between the his Latin-American good-will mis- hitey theater curtain wil is
sion. tomorrow night, presenting R±ain-
8 o'clock tomorrow night in Hill University of Michigan and the Mr. Hoover requested Dr. Palaci- bow's End," hailed by those in,
auditorium as the third number on University of Indiana scheduled for os personally to convey to Presi- charge of the production of un-
he 1928-1929 Oratorical lecture 8 o'clock Wednesday night in Hill dent Siles his regrets that the in- usual merit with a clever plot, ex-
course, in his program entitled J. W. Zellner auditorium. exorable limit of time made it im- cndncinume
"Flashes from Life and Literature." The "Protean Characterist," who The teams will debate the pro- possible for him to go to Lapaz and and fine costumes.
to express his appreciation of the, The advance ticket sale was tin-,
Zellner is one of the most inter- will present his "Flashes from Life position: Resolved that the Sen- cordial sentiment of the Bolivian usually brisk this year and points
esting artists of the decade and his and Literature" tomorrow night in ate of the United States should. government toward both himself to a sell-out for practically every
program is outstanding both be- I Hill auditorium as the third fea- ratify the Paris Pact without res- and Mrs. Hoover. He added that performance. Seats for any of the
cause of its excellency and its ture of the 1928-1929- Oratorical ervation. Michigan has the affir- friendship between the United performances may be obtained at
uniqenes. e pesets is' ureofthe192192 Oraorial ichganhastheStates and Bolivia had been c- the Whitney theater from 10 o'clock
uniqueness. He presents hiss mative and will be represented by mented on many occasions. in the morning of any day this
characterizations in full costume, lecture course. Ormond J. Drake, '30 Ed., Howard mete___mn______s 'week. The opera plays nighly
with an average changing time ofwekTh opr ply nghy
thirty seconds. The longest change Simon, '30, and Paul Franseth, '29.i i r rperformances through Friday
requires forty seconds while some The Indiana trio which will oppose night as well as a matinee on Sat-
require but six or eight seconds. ! DiLENS TD IIE N the ratification of the Pact is com- Unb'dIT"ws wDLL Uitenurday.
aposed of John B. Newlin, Em- ' 'I"ainbows End"was written by
H oldin atZ trueIartIsIould.manuel H.Baugh, and Joseph V. IDavid B.nHempstead, '31, and
Conceal art, Zellner makes all 'Yis r Uf11 IFFLEO PflT1 Hefferman. N IS"H 0 lILIUD Hugh Claney, '30. Music andw
changes behind the scenes. A care- Pact Is Before Senate -;lyrics are the work ofdEdward Hey-
ful student of lighting, both por-- -- man, grad., with additional musicj
trait and theatrical, makes it pos- Will Start Drive For Funds To Inasmuch as the Senate is now Two Seasons With Haskell Indians and lyrics by William M. Lewis, Jr.,
sible for him to produce a distine- Give Christmas Party For considering the Kellogg Pact, the Ruled Equal To Competition '29, and William Watkins, spec.
tive lighting effect, definitely sug- Crippled Children 1 proposition for debate is certainly Within Big Ten Has Large Cast
gestive of the mood and atmo- an appropriate one, according to
gere of the scn d O -A -- Prof. James M. O'Neill, head of the Leading female parts are played
sphere of the scene. T( HOLD ANNUAL TAG DAY; 'c dprmnt iaorJmsNO PROTEST I5 RECORDED b ila rwe 3,Dne .
Sixteen Characterizations___ speech department. Senator JamesNOru'iI UL Ifl) by William Browne, 31, Daniel H.
Toxmake ahsuccessioftheir dv Reed, of Missouri, has stated his --- Buell, '30, and Richard Kurvink,
His repertoire for the season in- To make a success of their drive intention of making his last stand (y Associated Press) '29. In the leading male parts are
cludes sixteen characters of dis- again this year is the hope of the in the Senate in opposing the rati- CHICAGO, Dec. 8.-Mayes Mc- found Sidney Straight, spec., and
tinction which run the gamut from Galens, honorary medical frater- fication of the Pact without a res- Lain, the giant Cherokee fullback William ' Day, '30L. In addition
slap-stick comedy to the loftiestp ity, in order that they will be able, ervation protecting the interests of with the University of Iowa eleven there are many other cast mem-
heights of drama. Such comedy I to give the crippled children at the the United States arising out of the this season, will not plow up the bers, two choruses of 16 members '
classics as Huck Finn, The Skipper University hospital a real Christ- Monroe Doctrine. Another reserva- Hawkeye gridiron next year. each, and one special singing
of Toonerville Trolley, Abe Martin, mas party. The drive will take tion regarding European entangle- McLain was barred from further chorus numbering 25 men.~
the inimitable Mrs. Finkelstein, place on the campus December 12 ments will probably be brought up. athletic competition in the West- The .scene of the action is laid
and others, give way to popular ! and 13- . President Coolidge, Secretary Kel- ern Conference, by the Conference in the West at "Rainbow's End," a
heroes like Grant, Lee, and Lincoln, A portion of the money obtained logg, and Senator Borah are all in eligibility committee today. The dude ranch owned by a young col-
who in turn are succeeded by such !tirough the drive each year is used favor of ratifying without reserva- committee ruled that McLain's two lege man. There are Pueblo In-
figures of romance and drama as party for tions. seasons of play at Haskell Institute dians nearby who add color and
Socrates, Faust, Mephisto, Moses, the crippled children at the los- The Negative team of the Uni- prior to enrollment at Iowa, to-i excitement to the production. A
Juidas, and Peter. nance a manual training room for vorsity will leave Wednesday forgether with his last fall's activity traveling group of players, stran-
A fine sense of dramatic values, those whose afflictions keep them: Columbus, Ohio, where they will with the Hawkeyes, constituted ded at the ranch due to transpor-
together with long years of careful in confinement at the hospital debate the affirmative team of three years of football competitionC tation difficulties, soon finds car-
research and authoritative study of in conneent at the Thopga Ohio State on Thursday night. Carl Tle Big Ten restricts its athletics tam of their actors and actresses
the physical and mental character- this means these crippled,sufferingi G. Brandt of the speech depart- the yearmen any spt t-entangled in romances and inter-
Istics of the people he portrays, children are relieved of the tedi- ment will accompany the team, Thea Idibarmeynt ofsthesspecta woven plots at the ranch. The
have made it possible for Zellner usness of their predicameit, are which is composed of Lawrence decisioan reached in playerth was based onference swift moving action of the play
to present them with faithfulo given chance to enjoy themselves rtwig, '31, Paul J. Kern, '29, and dncisi4n1rechd in the onfen reaches its climax in the final
tove presentt faithfullvs ;in190, hcor-acd hHartel
rectness to the most minute de- for a few hours a day, and at the Stanley Dimond, Grad. ins1904, wi laece te , H a scene when everything concludes
tail. j same time receive instruction Arrange Rotating Schedule basis of athletic equality with to the immediate pleasure of the
As a preliminary study for the which later may prove to be of use This year a new plan is being in- Big Ten institutions. The actionaudience
preparation of new characters, he to them. augurated among the Big Ten uni- against McLain was instituted by Directed By Shuter
is reported to make dozens of por- Letters have been sent to the versities. Previously there have the eligibility committee, a'decision I The entire production has been
trait sketches in pencil and in president of each of the frater- been several debate leagues. Now of the faculty committee assisting produced under the personal di-
color. He works many of them out nities and sororities on the cam- all the Universities with the ex- in the control of athletics. rection of E. Mortimer Shuter, who
in life-size busts in clay in order pus asking them for their group ception of Chicago have united in Members of the committee de-I has achieved distinction in the col-
to attain a more accurate feeling donations, but to date only a few a Big Ten debating league. As clined to say whether protests had lege musical production field for
of the expression and makeup. checks have been received. Tags has been the custom in the past, been made by other members of his outstanding successes of recent
Original Dramatic Material will be given to all members of the each university will have two con- the Conference, or whether they years. Shuter is assisted by Roy
drati material is for the fraternities and sororities which tests each semester, meeting four voluntarily instituted the investi- Hoyer, leading juvenile with the
The pramat ica era re contribute as a body. These will different schools. In this way every gation which led to his disbar- Schuberts' new show, "To the
dramatized from original sources. be distributed early enough so that member of the league will meet ment. Queen's Taste." I Hoyer arranged
they may be worn on the opening every other member once every Burton Ingewerson, head coach many of the original dance rou-
Each nuer istfinihed feture day of the campaign. two years. .at the University of Iowa, was sur- tines which have been incorpora-
in itself; a distinctive figure, As in past years, pails will be Eligibility rules have also been prised at the action ruling out Mc- ted into the show'
arved out with care s, aoplaced at different points about the changed. All students enrolled in Lain. He had been assured that Costumes and scenes have been
finally animated by the power o I campus to facilitate the collection the universities may participate in no member of the Conference designed by "Peter March" of De-
voice and action. of the contributions. Anyone so the debates. Heretofore only un- would lodge a complaint against troit, a firm of artist-designers,
Zellner's production may be said desiring may make their donations dergraduate students have been al- the Indian star and contended only specializing in that type of work.
to mark a distinct departure from direct by addressing the: Galens lowed to take part in the contests. a protest could bring action on Paul Buckley, general manager of
all other forms of dramatic enter- at 800 Oxford road. the question. The Hawkeye sup- the Union, is the manager and,
tainment. For elaborateness of- 'ENS-AN SUBSCRPT _NS porters hadbelieved Haskell would treasurer of the production. The
setting, richness of costuming, be regarded as a preparatory executive staff is completed by
setigprcnesnfcodmor orfl * Cc'olAoSBCrPIOS potesha elevdHakdlwulltesuegohheprdcto.gh
splendor of color and lightg, I ISubscriptionprices for the school, and that McLain therefore Dalton D. Waper, general chair-
variety and distinction of charac- 1929 Michiganensian, annual would be eligible for two more man, Robert Manss, '30, stage man-
uieswfness of preenion, nd publication of the senior classes, years of competition at Iowa. ager, as well as numerous commit-
numbeis different from any other iwill advance from $4 to $5 on tee chairmen and their assistants,
nther Amderanpltfrm day. KthSaturday, Dec. 15. The last AIRPLANE AWAITS PRINCE all of whom have important func-
on the American platform today. opportunity to secure the 'En- tions in the successful presenta-
Single admission tickets for the opruiyt euete'n
progamo night wil he (By Associated Press) sian at the $4 price will be dur- (ny Associated Press) Clan of a Mimes opera
available at the box-office in Hill ; MEXICO CITY, Dec. 8.-The ing a sales campaign to be con- BRINDISI, Dec. 8.-An airplane
auditorium, which will be open atI political situation created by the I ducted on campus Wednesday,. has arrived here which will be FOOTBALL SCORES
tor m w i e attitude of the Mexican Federation' I Thursday, and Friday. Sub- held at the disposal of the Prince
will be plenty of thee igeats as the of Labor toward the administra-!( scription pledge cards may be of Wales when he disembarks from Georgia Tech, 20; Georgia, 6.
entire right section of the main tion of President Portes Gil were turned in during the sales drive. the cruiser Enterprise probably on Creighton, 9; Marquette, 6.
floor has been set aside for the called "unimportant and transity" -ooMonday morning. Tennessee, 13; Florida, 12.
' de tssbythecief executive today. He I
holders of these tickets. 1 by-, -- _the _ 1D CXaIC1 VET'T"T'I C C 't'E'_QTC TNT'V1'DC'T.T.Fr;T ATJ CL ARK

feared, so many doctors and such
frequent examinations wiould be
needless.
There were also unofficial reports
that some new form of treatment j
might be undertaken.
CONGRESS FACED BY
OIL OUESTION AGAIN
Senate Turns Attention To Debate
On Boulder Dam And Recording
Views On Questions.
LITTLE IS ACCOMPLISHED

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WASHINGTON, Dec. 8-Congress
wound up the first week of its
session today by bringing the oil
question once more to the fore-
Sfront of the issues facing the three
month's session.
With the House in recess and its
committees only moderately ac-
tive, the Senate public lands com-
mittee decided to go into the con-t
tract Harry F. Sinclair had for oil
from the Salt Creek field which,
has been held invalid by the de-
partment of justice."
Along with consideration of the
nomination of Roy O. West, as sec-
retary of the Interior next week,
a number of witnesses, including;
former Secretary Work of the In-
terior department, will be called for
questioning in connection with the{
contract which Mr. Work re-
newed before leaving office.
The Senate, as on days past,
listened to a continuation of the
debate on Boulder dam. Starting
out with a prediction from Sen-
ator Oddie, of Nevada, that a set-
tlement of the dispute over water
between California and Arizona
might be near, it ended the day
without material progress except'
that it recorded the views of many
on the subject. Senator Ashurst,
one of those who aided in the fil--
buster against the bill last session,!
made his first entrance upon the
scene with a prepared speech
which he delivered.1
Notwithstanding the fact that'
the Boulder dam bill held its pre-
ferred place as the business at
hand, the Senate found a way to
prevent the week from being a
blank one so far as enactment of
l mi.Ol t wa cneerned.

HAS SPOKENHERE BEFORE
Topic Will Be "Facing Present
Conditions," Dalies Frantz To
Play Organ
Addressing the second convoca-
tion of the fall series at 11 o'clock
this morning in Hill auditorium,
the Reverend John Timothy Stone,
orating pastor of one of Chicago's
most e xclusi v e "Gold Coast"
churches, will speak on the prob-
lem of "Facing Present Condi-
tions."
The Windy City clergyman is
known as a former visitor and
speaker in Ann Arbor, a man well-
known through the East and Mid-
dle West for his addresses before
college assemblies, and a man of
sufficient oratorical courage to op-
pose some of his verbal pyrotech-
nics to that famous and eloquent
Democratic renigger, William Jen-
nings Bryn.
Two years ago the Reverend
Stone addressed a student group
here under the auspices of the
Wesley Foundation, and five years
ago he addressed a student convo-
cation in Lane hall before the Stu-
dent council took the convocations
from the grasp of the Student
Christian association.
Encounters Bryan
It was in 1924 at the Presbyterian
National Assembly in Grand Rap-
ids that today's convocation speak-
er encountered the silver-tongued
Bryan. Stone was sponsoring the
candidacy of the Reverend Charles
R. Erdman, another Michigan con-
vocations speaker, for the moder-
atorship of the assembly, and
Bryan backed the Reverend Clar-
ence E. Macartney. It is reported
that Stone came off with honors
though Bryan's nan won.
In Presbyterian circles Stone is
recognized as one of the leaders of
the denomination. He is a past
moderator of the national assei-
bly, president of McCormick The-
ological seminary, director of the
Chicago Bible society, director of
the Presbyterian minister's fund,
director of the Presbyterian hos-
pital, and trustee of. the Chicago
Half-Orphan asylum In 1909 when
he was called to Chicago's Fourth
Presbyterian church, Stone left a
large Baltimore parish, and since
then he has declined a call to head
the First Presbyterian church of
New York.
Holds Many Degrees
Stone is a graduate of Amherst,
class of 1891, and of the Auburn
Theological seminary in 1894.' He
was ordained at Utica, N. Y. short-

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T h e principal achievement ly afterward, and since then has
jamong House committees was a collected a number of honorary de-
decision by the rules committee to grees. He has been the recipient
egive preferred status to two for-. of two D.D.'s, five LL.D.'s, an S.T.D.,
eign debt settlement plans and to and a Litt.D.
arrange to be represented at the Dailes Frantz will open this
Kitty Hawk, N. C., Wright brothers morning's service with Caesar
ceremony later in the month. Franck's "Choral in A Minor" as a
G_ _prelude, which will be followed by
the congregational singing of
Mason's hymn, "My Faith Looks
Up to Thee." Frantz will play an
1 aria by Tenglia as the offertory,
T I and George Alder will sing a solo
'WINS SOUTHERN TIIILL by Harker, "How Beautiful upon
the Mountains." Following the ser-
mon by the Reverend Stone, the
(By Associated Press) congregation will sing a hymn by
ATLANTA, Ga., Dec. 8.-The j Boyd, "Fight the Good Fight," and
Golden Tornado of Georgia Tech I Frantz will improvise a postlude
became undisputed champion of after the benedicition.
the Southern Conference here to-
day and extended its claim to na- Movies May Feature
tional honors by decisively defeat-
ing its old rival, the University of Soph Prom Program
Georgia, 20 to 6, while Tennessee
beat Florida, 13 to 12. E'Reogram moving pictures will,
Thirty-five thousand persons in' all probability, be taken of the
braved a chill day to see Lumpkin Sophomore Prom, to be held in the
and Thomason batter the Bulldog Union ballroom, Dec. 14, it was an-
lines and ends for three touch- Inounced yesterday by Walter Yea-
downs while Maffett, Red and gley, '31, chairman of the commit-
Black end, scored the only touch- tee making arrangements for the
down for his team by taking a pass annual class party.
over the goal line. Tickets for the Prom will be on
sale next week, the committee an-
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Dec. 8.-I nounced yesterday. They can be

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BaqueIs annedr delh athering of foreign newspaper - TEAM GRIDIRON GAMES AND UNDERGRADUATE COACHES
F rNlre'lWi er "coastfeelin isth em-ht _______________________________________
For Numeral Winners "crom," as the federation is popu- "University presidents who hon- games which attracts the huge would be given over more directly
.____ larly known, represented only a |crowds to the elaborate stadiums to the students, President Little
Invitations to a freshman foot- minority of the Mexican proletariatIestly believe in physical training which have been built throughout continued.
ball banquet, Dec. 18, are being with its strength concentrated inf for all and who are able to enjoy the country to provide for the As a method of furtherance of
sent the winners of 1932 numerals Mexico City. keenly the various forms of com- commercial aspects of the games, "athletics for all," President Little
during the past football*season, by Luis N. Morones, leader of the petitive sport find themselves in he stated. suggested intercollegiated class
the Board in Control of Athletics. "crom" was makingl a dramatic an interesting position when they The commercial phases are in team games, competition between
The purpose of the affair is two appeal for justice, while the presi- see that agents other than the stu- evidence, and the desire to win teams determined by weight classes
fold, according to the board's an- dent was belittling his following, dents themselves have taken hold games, as many and as decently as by establishing a system of under-
nouncement: first, it is to show! The nation has nothing to fear of much of the athletic program, possible, was shown at the 1927 graduate coaching, or a provision
appreciation of the work done by ! from "crom" as it seeks only re-' and have shaped it to fit the re- meeting of football coaches, ad- that each institution must play 10

The volunteers of Tennessee, playseudbtwn1ad5o'lc
ing with all the dashing and daring any afternoon as long as any re-
1 skill of youth, scuttled the South- main unsold at the side desk of
I ern C o nf e r e n c e -championship the Union. This year the ndmber
i, hopes of Florida today in a thrill- of tickets to be sold is definitely
ing climax to one of the greatest tlimited and from the present sale

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