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Vol. XXXIX. No. "7.

ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN. TUESDAY. JANUARY 8, 1929

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MICHIGAN GUARD Ohio
AR-MI PLAN[[STARS IN PLAY
State su
HISTORICALIGHT !losing
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State Wins
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GameP ESIDENT

Settle Sole Dispute
- In Treaty DiscussionMF

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(Bv Associated Press)
STON, Ill., Jan. 7d-Ohio T
uddenly snapped out of its
ways tonight and handed ;

NEARLY SEVEN DAYS
AND NIGHTS
MOTORS FINALLY FAIL.
Crew Of Five Apparently In Fine
Physical Condition After
Gruelling Test
(By Associated Pres-)
METROPOLITAN AIRPORT, LOS
ANGELES, Jan. 7.-The Army's en-j
durance flight plane, the Question
Mark, glided -o a perfect landing
here toda,, at 2:07:01 o'clock afterI
a histcr c ana record-smashing
flight of a 150 hours, 40 minutes
and 15 seconds. The ship flew con-
tinuously for nearly seven days and
nights following its takeoff here on !
New Year's morning at 7:26:46
o'clock.
The end of one of the greatest
flights in all aviation history cane
after a crew of five weary men had
fought constantly againsr time and
motors which piled trouble in a
heap upon them an hour before
landing. Thirty hours before, their
work seemed near an end when the
motors balked, but the trouble
cleared away and the flight went1
on. 1
As though in protest to the great i
strain placed upon them, the mo-
tors finally sputtered, one went
"dead" and with another rapidly
failing, they forced the nroe ,f the
trouble had been almost negligible.
ship earthward: Previous motor

bin, wh
the firs
pile up
Northw
the bat
field gc
which o
North
lified b
Ohio S
working

estern a 31 to 28 trimming
g Ten basketball game that
[hriller.
Buckeye jumped into the
some sharpshooting by Er-
o caged four field goals in
t half. They continued to'
their margin until several
estern substitutes entered,
te and came within two
oals of turning the tide,
nce seemed hopeless.
western's offense was mul-'
y frequent fumbles, while
tate displayed a smooth
attack.

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OF AMITY
HOOVER MAKES N
TO PUBLIC CO
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CONFERS WIT
Former Commerce
First Day In V
Since Ehe

(Bsy Associated Preus)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.-Early
R ratification of the Kellogg anti-war
treaty appeared as a possibility to-
night after a day of conferences
had brought an agreement near on
th sole dispute in the treaty dis-
cussion-whether an interpretation
of Americans' rights under the past
JO STATEMENT is necessary. The negotations have
)NCERNING reached such a stage that late to-
GE day Senator Moses, Republican,
New Hampshire, the author of the
interpretative revolution which has
H COOLIDGE been opposed by President Coolidge;
announced in the Senate that an
head Spends understanding by tomo_'row seemed
Washington likely.
cction The tentative agreement calls for
a report by the foreign relations
A Press) Hcommittee stating its interpreta-
ran. 7.-Herbert tion of American rights under the
st day in Wash- treaty and the transmission of:
^- -.-. this report to the other powers.'

(By As.sociatc(
WASHINGTON, J
Hoover spent his fir

WISCONSIN INHARD F[OUGHT GAME
Rough Play From Both Teams And Tight
Defense From Michigan Marks
The Annual Battle
Bv Harold Dubinskv, Sports Editor,
Daily Cardinal, Madison, Wisconsin
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 7-Michigan earned first place in
conference standings last night as it defeated Wisconsin, the only
undefeated major team in the middle west by a score of 31-23. In
the progress of the hard fought game Michigan clearly demonstrated
its crushing power with beautiful .long shots and tight defense.
Michigan got off to a good lead in the early part of the game
making five of their first six shots. At the half the Wolverines ha4
amassed a lead of 19-9, after holding Wisconsin to one basket.
A tight defense by Michigan kept Wisconsin from making more than
four shots at the basket during the first half.
The game was marked by rough play on the part of both
teams, and the crowd in the small Badger gym was displeased as the
referee made some close decisions.
Truskowski with 13 points was the leading individual scorer
of both teams. Chapman and Orwig with six points aiecre
p- -e wer

f '"~ rQ:1"::. . ICHIGAN SEXTET;
DROPS PUCK 1TILT
Falters In Second Period, To Lose
b~efore 'Visiting Ontario
Aggies, 5 To 1
IS THIRD STRAIGHT LOSS'
Joe Truskowski
Whose stellar work at guard Faltering in the second period
marked the Michigan-Wisconsin after, holding the visiting puck-
basketball game He counted six stere even in the first period of
field goals and one free throw, play, the hockey team dropped i's
netting a total of 13 points which third consecutive game last night
contributed materially to the suc- when the University of Westein
cess of his team. Ontario skated it! way to a 5-to-I
victory at the Co~seum.
The Michigan sextet flashed a
strong defense during most of the
game, tWo of the Canadian score5
nil TIIIIfl fbeing of a rather flukey nature
i owepver_ thn Onri xin St t'c nf

ington since his election acquaint-
ing President Coolidge with the re-
sults of his Latin-American mis-'
sion and receiving a barrage of re-
Ports and suggestions from friends
and Republican party leaders who
i called at his temporary headquar-
ters at the Mayflower hotel in an!
almost steady stream.
The president-elect had nothing
to say regarding either his White
House visit, the conferences he hadj
during the forenoon and afternoon.
It was stated on his behalf now-
ever, that he had entered upon a
two or three days period of "li:ten-
inn"tnxia i !lnch s oa v '

FINAN'CE MEASURE;
Appropriation Makes No Allowance
For University Or Hospital
Improvements

MAY CUT

PROPERTY TAXI

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As the great body of the tri-mo- l
. .U . ense clicked reau2ly in the middle
tored Fokker, with its shining yel- Uection of th ame and t rdi;
low wings, touched earth almust a section of the game and the verdi
upon the spot where it. had left so Dramatic Interpreter Will Present With Catain Fiher sick, Joserh
many hours before, a cabin door "Peaceful Valley" On Fourth substituted at center for the Mich.-
swung open and from it d!)pped Lecture Program Lan leader and turned in a pretty
the crew. In the milling crowd of caeaeadtundnartt_
lauging fair exhibition of hockey, leading.
they were the calmest of all, broad "EAD OF BOSTON SCHOOL the Wolverine offense and playing
smiles spreading across their faces a prominent part in the defensre.I
as they heard the accl iinof their Appearing as the fourth numbe: . Wheelwright, Michigan's n e
efforts of the 1928-1929 Oratorical associa- goalie, was on the ice. for the first-
Not one of the five, though worn tion lecture course. Philelah Rice, time this year. Ilis work was at
looking, faltered. Major Carl prominent dramatic interprete,1 times of a high cla ss,
Spatz, commanding officer, Captain will present 'Pea.ceful Valley," a Lanoue, the Canadian center.'
Ira C. Eaker, Lieutenants Harry A. rural comedy by Edward E. Kidder. boosted his team into an early lec
Halverson and Elwood R. Quesada . Thursday night. Jan. 10, in Hill y skating through the Michigan
and Staff Sergeant Roy Hooe walk- auditorium. This play which war team 15 seconds after the face cf:
ed to a waiting car which carried made famous by Sol Smith Russeti,, nd jamming tbe.puck into the nit
them to a hangar and then to +s the play through which, more The two sextets battled furiousl;y
Clover Field, Santa Monica, Cal., for than any other, Mr. Rice made a for the rest of the period, but n,)
an official physical examination.' reputation, scoring devel.ped until Maney.
Just what happened aboard the Rice, who is head of the Boston Michigan left win:g. skated dow
Question Mark was told by Lieut. school which bears his name, is the side toward the close of the
Quesada in simple words as he styled as a "Monactor," a title that period to even ur the score.
lounged in the automobile speeding in itself is as unique and different' Western Ontario Michigan
to the medical base. as his art. It is through sheer ar- Bowen........LW.. Schianderer
Quesada Tells Story tistry, a background of wide know- 'ieman ........W.........Mane.
"Just as I left the controls at edge of the drama, and his inter- LanoueC................Joseph
"thisIeftteoonCata esting personality, that makes his Walkem.................Hart
o'clock work stand out in' such a big way. Sinclair ......i D.........Bryant'
Eaker took the wheel and the left No reader before the, public has, Kress......G .. Wheelwright
motor went dead. We sent Sergeant through the acid test of many ap- M'I'ae . . .....ub.....Copela~d
Hooe out on the catwalk, but his pearances in all leading centers of, Yeandle;......s ub........Abbot
weight was too heavy in the un- culture in the United States over m.
stable condition of the Question a long period of years, so conclus- Armstron sub......Courtis
Mark. ively proven his right to preemi- Brownsub
"We knew then that the flight nence in the field of dramatic in- Kellym..........sb
was over. We tiropped the gas terpretation. F Goal Summary
within two or three minutes after Rice is the logical" successor to Firs Period ' Miney
we had taken it. Leland Powers, for years the great- 18:05. Second Period: Sinclair
"This was not the first trouble. est of all play readers. At his 14:50, Armstrcrg 17:35, Yeandle
Saturday night we thought it was death, Rice was chosen to head' 19:51- Third Pe rod: Armstrong
all over, all three engines losing the famous Leland Powers school (Lanoue) 18:31.
their power. That was fouled spark and only a few years ago resigned Referee, Rousho."ne (Windsor).
plugs. We were all ready to end to head his own institution.
the flight but finally we cleaned His appearance in Ann Arbor is Police Apprehend
that up. It was not necessary for j quite appropriate. He has appeared Fourteen DriversI
anyone to go out on the catwalks I here twice, has appeared at Colum-
then. The first time during the I bia eleven times, at Dartmouth Fs
flight that it was necessary to go five times, at the University of Ar- { Fourteen motorists operating
out was at 1 o'clock today when kansas five times, and at a dozen ears with 1928 license plates wer
Sergeant Hooe went out to the left other leading American universi- tapprehended Sunday by police wh
motor. ties he has been a most popular'! today continued their campaig
"It was worse than spark plug I "repeat" number, tained their new tags.
trouble this time. It looked like .t heirppewddagg.
valves. Shortly after 1 o'clock the Bird Curator Leaves until tonight to obtain new plates
right motor began to weaken. Then y and if discovered driving their cars
we knew the flight was about to For Field Expedition after this time without the 1929!
end." ttags will be placed under arrest and'
When the 'plane landed, the left Dr.Jossslyn Va~n Tyne, assistant prosecuted -in court. None of those
motor was silent, the right motor curator of birds in the University apprehended Sunday was ordered
was functioning, but a stream of oil Museum, andscn of Prof. Van Tyne;into court.
started from it and the center mo- of the history department, left r- The sale of license plates dropped
tor was able to make but 1500 revo. cently for French Indo-China, be- off sharply at the close of 1928,;
lutions a minute. ing granted a year's leave of ab- although a moderate business was
sencP to invetima te hirds with the IA~ T -- 1)flC'1 nT n hon--

ng owa isc r ad to say. Asocited Press) ' ".
After spending the day at the (By sa*two other factors in the Michigan
Mayflower the president-elect re- LANSING, Jan. 7.-An adminis- 'Tvictory. Foster, the giant Wis-
turned to his "S" street home for a tration bill covering all state de- I consin center was the leading
dinner conference with Senator partments and institutions provid- scorer for his team with seven
Curtis of Kansas, Republican leader ing for the appropriation of near- r ipoints.
of the Senate and vice-president ly $68,000,000 for the coming bien- LM The second half saw the speedy
elect. Senator Curtis will sit in on nium but making no provision for Badger team hitting a fast ace.
cabinet meetings during the Hoov -In this period Wisconsin complete-
er administration at the invitation building or major improvement atsl
of the president-elect exte reed be- the University of Michigan,th Selections Of Girls Glee Club Form:tly outplayed Michigan but were
ofth pesdet-let xtndd e-th UivrstyofMihia, the PFart Of Twelfth Radio3 frequently scored upon when they
fore the election, hospitals or educational institu- Progra t disregarded defense to press their
Many Subjects Covered tions, was submitted to the heads offense.
A wide range of subjects were t huOrwig dropped in a basket in the
Ao widehrangeaof subjectsiweree
covered in the more than a dozen . PROFESSORS WILL SPEAK I first few seconds, and Chapman
conferences which the next poen committees today by Governor. followed with another long shot.
dent had during the day and eve- Green. Three five-minute talks and a Wisconsin scored a free throw, and
ning, running from cabinet and The measure if adopted as it musical program to be given by the iChapman added a free throw for
other appointments to the matter stands, will insure a reduction in Girls Glee club will comprise the Michigan. McCoy then made a
of the promised extra session of the state property tax in each of the twelfth Michigan Night radio pro- beautiful long shot and Wisconsin
seventy-first Congress in the event next two years. however, it conced- gram of the current series which herfollowed with a free throw to make
that the present session fails to edly comes far from meeting in- will be broadcast between 7 and 8 the score 7-2. Orwig missed a free
enact an adequate program of farm stitutional- needs, as for buildings o'clock Thursday night, Jan. 10, throw and soon after Kowalczy
relief legislation. and improvements Governor Green frmtenwMri alsuialso made one for Wisconsin. But
impoveent Goernr Geenfrom the new Morris hall studio, McCoy followed with another long
If the next president had any has suggested a quasi state income through WJR, the "Good Will Sta- shot and the score was 9-3.
comment to make on these sub- tax designed to raise more than tion" of the Richards Oakland
jects his callers successfully kept $23,000,000 ifi the next four years. ;Company, DetroitcOKanitz And Orwig Score
the fact to themselves. Some of : The appropriation bill contem- 'a De'oidKanitz then made two free
them frankly said they did not be- ; plates tax appropriations of $19,- Dr. Udo J. Wile, professor of der- throws. On a rebound Orwig scored
lieve Mr. Hoover had made up his, 996,992 the first year and $19,900,- matology and syphilology in the another basket with score at 13-5.
own mind regarding the selection 508 the second. The rest of the medical school, will speak on "The Foster then slipped away and put
of his official family while others' money would come from fees, the Care of the Skin," Dr. Wile has an in first Badger basket. A technical
inclined to the belief that he had corporation tax and other revenues. international reputation as a skin' foul gave Wisconsin another point,
formulated at least a tentative Less than $3,000,000 would be specialist and is the author of a but Chapman got away and scored
slate. spent in the two-year period from I number of research brochures on for Michigan and soon after Orwig
Information Unavailable direct tax revenues for buildings, the subject. and then Truskowski followed with
They had no suggestions to offer the state hospitals would be given Prof. Roger L. Morrison, of the two more baskets. Tenhopen made
as to what names might be on the only nominal amounts from this College of Engineering, will discuss a free throw making the score
sa to u gh opn on e souice for repairs. They, with the the question which will be under 19-9 as the half ended.
e tho gh tha Andrew el- University, the Michigan State col- considering of the Michigan Con- Soon after the-half began Chap-
ed to be general that Andrew Mel- man scored a free throw. Ellerman
____._--__._.____:;lege, the normal colleges, the state ference on Highway Safety meeting ia crdafe ho.Elra

Ion would remain as secretary of---------------------,
t public school at Coldwater and the that day, that of "Making Michigan put in the second Wisconsin bas-
the treasury and that the attorney College of Mining and. Technology= Driver's Licenses mean something ket, and soon after Truskowski put
generalship would be offered to ..try l in- one. Matthusen scored a basket
William J. Donovan of New York. must depend on the governor's in- besides registration, possibly driv- on Mattsen scoreda- ak.
There were several guesses as to come tax plan, or such other source ing and legal tests." for Wisconsin. Score 24-15.
the secretary of state, but admit- of additional revenue as may be The first of a series of talks for Ellerman made a free throw and
tedly those who were doing the devised by the legislature and ap- youngsters. upon airplane model Matthusen followed with a basket
guessing had -no concrete informa- proved by the governor, or building making will be given by "A. F. (Air for Wisconsin. Truskowski got un-
tion. Several names were mention- in these institutions must halt. Flying) Scribe" the nome de- ,der the basket for another - two
ed but no new ones were added, the The administration evidently has plume of a graduate student in the pointer and soon after he got a
supply seemingly becoming ex- elected to stand or fall on its im- 'School of Education whose articles pass under the basket and unmo-
hausted with the roll call of Sena- provement program, with the pro- have been widely published in mag.- lested put in another score.
tor Borah of Idaho, Ambassador posal .for new revenues. The build- azines. This talk wil aim for a Wisconsin scored a free throw
Dwight W. Morrow to Mexico and ing appropriations made in the ad- better understanding by Qlder folks and as the fight became tighter
Ambassador Henry Fletcher to ministration bill providing for the of young peoples interest in air- Miller put in a basket for Wiscon-
Italy. expenditure are few. plane models and what this interest sin. Chapman snared a' basket
-_means to the field of education. with the aid of a long pass down
"Rainbow's End" Company Doffs Grease Paint The Girls Glee club, under the the floor -as the game ended, 31-23.
direction of Nora Crane Hunt, of' Lineup and box-score:
After Two Weeks Of Praised Performances the University School of Music, will ! Michigan (31) FG FT P
Dpresent a series of selections both Kanitz f ................ 0 2 2
Doffing their grease paint, fem- Philadelphia and New York per-of a classical and popular nature. Rose f .................. 0 0 0
inine attire, chaps arid boots, or 1 formances of the opera were a Dorothy P. Wilson, spec., will pre- Orwig f..............3 0 4
simply- an oficis appearance number of representatives of the sent. three solos. June Marshall, Chapman c...........2 2 3
simply an ocious pp rn Schuberts, well known theatrical '29, and Retta McKnight, SM, will' McCoy g........... 2 0 1
gained while the producers. Included among their be the accompanists. Truskowski g..........6 1 2

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of many of tne iargest theaters 0f representatives at the Philadelphia
the country (depending on their performance was Roy Hoyer who Totals...............13 5 12
functions in the show) members of originated many of the dances in Commence Alteration Wisconsin (23) FG FT P
the company of "Rainbow's End," "Rainbow's End." Incidentally, 'rFoster f .................. 3 1 3
Of Ijall For Museum: ehpni.........
23rd annual Mimes of the Michi- Hoyer is now playing the juvenile, Tenhopen f ............ 0 0 4
gan Union opera, returned to Ann lead in "Angela," one of the popu- -Miller f................. 1 0 0
Arbor by their special train Sun- lar shows on Broadway in New Work has begun on the renovat- Matthusen f............ 2 0 1
day morning, a tired but happy York. ing of Newberry hall which will be Kowalczyk c ............. 0 3 0
group of 110. Elaborate entertainment was converted into an archaelogy mu- Chmielewski g ........... 0 3 1
Success greeied Ihe actors wher- provided in every city by alumni seum. The rooms of the lower Ellerman g .............. 1 2 0
ever they went; packed houses were and friends of the University. floor are being painted, but no Fraber g............... 0 0 0
often the case despite the serious Many of the most popular and actual remodeling is being done. I Dpyle g................0 0 1
effects of the influenza on many of finest of the country's clubs and Modern dustproof cases have been
+vA 1P.,-ii, thpntripn1 enternrises hntals were thrown onen to the : ordered and will be installed as I Totals ................. 7 9 10

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