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VOL.XL. No. 12._ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1929

EIGHT PAGEa

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'fl( R R say MacDonald Celebrates
63tdBirthday on Foreign Soil

MICHIGAN LAWYERS''

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By James L. Webb, A.P. Staff chequer in the Baldwin capinet
NEW ORK N. ., ct. 2.- mission. The two were together fo
Free from official engagements, half an hour.
Ramsay MacDonald, British Prime
I L bME E HMinister, observed his 63rd birthday EW YORK, Oct 12.-Wit
anniversary here today in quiet last appealing message not alone to
fashion. the British and American people
Arising early, as is his custom, he but to all the nations of the earth
World Records Crash received his first gift from his Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald
Eght Ru L ad daughter, Ishbel, who declined to has brought to an end his peace
asEightRun-Lead tell what it was, and then had mission to the United States.
Is Overcome breakfast with a few friends and A very tired man after the efforts
j some of the members of his party. of the last week, the British states-
CHARLIE RG3T BLOWS UP Cablegrams and telegrams of man today began a two days' rest
congratulation poured in upon hi before going to Canada to begin
L " 'Some, coming from members of his there the stupendous task that lies
LastChicgo H pe s 'family at Lossiemouth and others ahead in working out the many
Blasted When Huge ;from officials in this country and problems to the solution of which
Margin Dwindles Great Britain. During the day, he he and President Hoover have
talked on the telephone with mem- pledged themselves.
By Alan J. Gould, A. P. Sports bers of his family who are in Lon- In this talk, which continued for
Editor don, this having been the second nearly an hour, the prime minister
SHIBE PARK, Philadelphia, Pa., trans-Atlantic call arranged for spoke with a feeling which was ap-
O.- bnee o him since he arrived October 4. parent alike in his voice and his
Oct. 12-The bubbling series hope Ihtails of how he and the President
of the Chicago Cubs was scattered statesman received a scroll from a gesture.
all over Shibe Park today by a delegation of Protestant clergymen
combination of lightning, cyclone who voiced an appreciation of his
and tidal waves in the wildest inn- efforts in the cause of world peace.
ing of baseball championship his- Accepting the gift with a gracefulA
Cory. little speech, Mr. MacDonald said
that in the last analysis "it will be
n tey hatdpicked themselves the church that will back up our
up som etim e later, dazed and reel-;,ol -e c ef ot m re ha an 1W 8[ P S A O
ing, the Cubs found five Athletics world-peace efforts more than any
had broken all records by scoring wudb rbesadpet f
10 runs on 10 hits in the seventh ,would be problems and plenty of ___
inning off four pitchers, coming opposition, "but we will win
behind to win by a score of 10 to through nevertheless." Louise Homer Appears
8 and take a lead of three games 7 Among those who called on the on Initial Program
to one in the World Series con- Prime Minister was Winston
1lict. Churchill, chancellor of the Ex- of Choral Union
A's Do Little Before Seventh Louise Homer, American operatic
Comiing Into the setrehth inning nLconctsinHer, wmlriaugupratec
eight runs behind, their veterann will iaugurate
spitballer, old Jack Quinn, a knock- this season's series of Choral Un-
out victim of Cub clouters and ion concerts Tuesday night in Hill
their net efforts showing a grand auditorium, taking the place of
total of three hits off the first ball I ivan Martinelli, peiul n
of Charlie Root, there didn't ap- able previously an-
pear more than a pale ghost of a nounced. Cable dispatches from
chance for the Athletics to win and Italy announced that Martinelli
prevent the Cubs from making it .nwas obliged to delay his return to
two, straight and tying the Series.,nvestigation Proceeds America because of a slight illness.
If ever a club looked beaten, it ias Senate Committee Madame Homer, a contralto, was
that has never before been dupli- Begins Action born in Pittsburgh. She made her
cated in the annals of the World, opera debut in Paris in 1898 and
Series, they leaped upon Root,1 WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct. 12- aeia enaris in and
drove him out of the box, knockedI The story that a former Secretary later was engaged by Convent Gar-
out his two successors, Art Nehf of State, Frank B. Kellogg, asked den, London, and with the royal
and Sheriff Blake, in short order, officers of the Bethlehem Ship- opera in Brussels. She made her
and were stopped by Pat Malone building corporation to dispense New York debut with the Metropol-
only after 15 men had gone to bat. with the services of William B. itan Opera company in 1900 and
Lucky "Seventh" Nets Ten Runs Shearer at the 1927 Geneva Naval has been with that institution for
A home run by Al Simmons to Limitations conference, will be more than a score of seasons. She
the left field stands was the first scrutinized by the Senate Naval has also been with the Chicago
bolt of lightning that hit Root. Investigating Committee.-i Civic Opera company and has ap-
Another home run in the midst of Announcing its intention to look peared as guest star in many opera
the storm off Nehf by Mule Haas into the report, the committee at centers. Her principal work has
on an easy flyball to center that the same time made known today been in the major contralto roles.
hack Wilson lost in the sun was that hearings would not be re- She has been heard in Ann Arbor
the semi-climax, running the total sumed until a week from Monday, on several occasions, both in con-
of runs up to seven. A rousing dou- due to the inability of Daniel F. cert and as artist on the miscel-
ble to left by Jimmy Dykes on a I Cohalin,bShearer's counsel, to be laneous programs of several May
drive that Riggs Stephenson got present before them. Festival concerts.
his hands on but could not handle robably will be the first wit- In private fife she is the wife of
was the grand climax, scoring Al I ness on resumption of the hearing Sidney Homer, American composer,.
Simmons and Jimmy Foxx with I On his previous appearance he tes- and is the mother of six children.
-the ninth and tenth runs that fur- d th nt L Y r hp d She will sing a number of her hus-
nishd th deidin marin.ident of the New York Shipbuild- band's compositions on the pro-
nirshd the deciding margin. ing corporation, had told him Kel- "adscmoiin ntepo.
This astonishing counter bar- ing c atioma d told thi Be- gram Tuesday night, and will be
rage, this aval nche of destructive ,Ogg had demanded that the Beth-acmaidb n fhrduh
lae hsaagch fdsrci hem officers drop Shearer. !accompanied by one of her daugh-
hitting by the champions of the ters.
American League sent the home I A slight postponement in the ap-
town crowd of 30,000 into an hys- Lenfesty Establishes pearance of Ignace Jan Paderew-
terical frenzy and ecihpsed a run Course Mark with 33 ski, as previously announced, has
scoring record that had stood for _been necessitated. He will be heard
eight years. The former record of Jack Lenfesty, of the golf team. on Friday evening, December 13,
eight hits and eight runs for a broke the course record for the sec instead of in November. The
single inning of World Series play hnei u oa
was made by the New York Giants Ionc nine holes at Barton Hills Ichange is due to an operation
on Oct. 7, 1921 when the seventh Country club yesterday when he' which the pianist underwent dur-
nnsthe hay m nt shot a sensational 33. The pev- ing the summer and on the advice
innin the ankes the aictmomThe ious record of 34 was held by John- of his physicians, his American
final score being 13 to 5c. ny Malloy, state champion. tour has been delayed a few weeks.
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:~PANCODE SURVEYI
,
JOf STATEJUSTICE
Judicial Council Will
Aid Investigation
of Mode r n Court
WILL STUDY PROCEDURE;
Lawyers' Club Bakn
to Finance Project
in Legal Field
Plans for an extensive study of
certain phases of' the administra-
tion of justice as it is now being
carried out in Michigan are beihg
made by the Research Institute of Joe Gembis
the Law school which is financed Who led the defeated Michigan'
y sdfwith a touchdown, a field goal, and
by funds derived from the Law- a point after touchdown for an ag-
yer's club. The nature and extent gregate of 10 points in yesterday's
of the investigations to be made battle against Purdue. Although de-
will be determined by the Judicial feated by the largest margin since
council of Michigan which was the famous Illinois game of 1924
cahIwhen "Red" Grange ran wild with
created by an act of the last legis- six touchdowns. Michigan's star
lature. fullback was one of the few men on
Judicial councils have recently the Wolverine squad whose play
been established in a number of came up to its usual par. Gembis'
states for the pupose of studying scores came in the third inning.

SOFFENSIVE BACKFIIELDSTARS LEAD
BO1IRMAKERS TO BIG TEN VICTORY
AS CON[ERNCEGRID RACE STARTS
WOLVERINES TAKE WORST BEATING
SINCE GRANGE BROKE LOOSE
IN 1924 ILLINOIS GAME
by VLdi'ard L.11,c
IRCOSS-.ADE) STA1)1M1t, Oct. 12.-Plurdue's whirlwind attack in
the last five minutes of play which netted three touchdowns overcame
M ichigan 's loin point leadl and( gave the foilermakers a 30- 16()victory
n1 the lir'st 131gY"Ce game o)f the season for 1)0t1 teams today.
The def eat wa the worst snfteredl ly a \Volverine teami sinct .red
Grange and h s Illinois cohorts ran wild i 1924.
Conpletel ontplayed in every departnent of the game except punt-
ng. \igi(an was no match for the onslaugt of the fast Purdue
>acIks in the closig miutes of the contest. Captain Pest Welch,
H armeson, and \Xunevich comprised a trio of hall carriers which the
\Volverines were unable to stop once they launched their last quarter
- - offensive.
ailure of Wolverine linemen it
chare gave the Boilermakers an
opportmity to gain 26 yam s
through rushing on their delayed
offensive and roll up five touch-
C I downs. Off tackle smashes and
line unges gained ten first downs
ormthe Phelan-coached team as
.it crumbled the Michigan forward
Six Departments Have wall to bits in the final period.
Speaker for WJR t"Purdue had a decided edge on
Speakr f o WJRthe first quarter but the Boiler-
Broadcast makers were unable to score.
Wilson Scores Touchdown
Comprised of musical numbers Then "Pest" Welch went through
and talks by members of the fac- left tackle, eluded Michigan's sec-
ulty, the second Michigan Radio 1 ondary defense and crossed the
Night program was broadcast be- final chalk mark for a touchdown.
tween 7 and 8 o'clock last night earaway missed the try for point.
from he Mrris all Jode Gembis led the Wolverineat-
frmthe Morris hall studio, tack in the third quarter in the
The program was directed and only flash of form displayed by
announced by Prof. Waldo Abbott, Michigan. On the second play he
of the Rhetoric department. Open- intercepted Harmeson's short pass
ingthe program. Miss Louise Cuy and carried the ball to Purdue's
lo, instructor in theory at the 25 yard line. Then he made three
School of Music, played a violin Truskowski added five and Gembis
solo "Symphonic Espagnola," by ade ifrst down o the 13yrd
Iline.MisCloacmaidn Three plays failed to net a
the piano by Maud Okkelbergomalso first down, so Gembis dropped back
playedn'Rondo " by Boccherini- and booted a field goal from the
Willske; and "Chanson Arabe," 20 yard line.
from "Scheherzade" by Rimsky- Gembis Makes, Touchdown
Korskoff-Kreisler. Truskowski again was used as a
Donna Esselstyn, instructor of ball carrier, making nine yards off
piano in the School of Music, play- left tackle, and Hudson made it
ed three piano solos: "Sonata in DH first down on the 17 yard line.
Major," by Scarlatti; "Sonata-Opus Hudson added three more and
90" by Beethoven; and "Etude in Gembis again came through by
C Sharp Minor," by Chopin. sliding through the left side of
Frederick A. Coller, Professor of- Purdue's line for a score. After
Surgery in the Medical school, Gembis added the point with a
spoke on the subject of "Goitre place kick, Michigan's attack sub-
and its Treatment." sided.
The work of Play Production in(Hrmeson and Welch also were
the University was discussed by consistent ground gainers, the for-
Valentine B. Windt, instructor insfiner aggregating 108 yards on 18
speech. He told of the remodeling plays. Welch started Purdue's
of University hall by students and closing offensive on the first play
of the work of the group in the of the last period by going off
Summer Session. tackle 27syards to give the Old
Roy S. Swinton, Professor Engi- Gold and Black its second touch-
neering Mechanics, spoke next on down.
the subject of "The Transportation Purdue assumed the lead after
of Pupils to Rural Schools." the score, 18-16, never to lose it.
Michigan took a turn at receiving
Sale of Tickets for the kickoff but the Maize and Blue
team was seemingly demoralized.

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methods of judicial procedure and
recommending improvements. It
has' een found that the legisl-
tures are too heavily burdened with
other matters to be able to make
the thorough investigations neces-
sary for improving the administra-
tion of justice, and the same is
true of the supreme courts in those
states where they exercise the
power to regulate procedure by
rules. The judicial council is re-
garded as the most efficient agency
so far devised for supplying the leg-
islatures and the courts with speci-
fic recommendations for modify-j
ing the methods of administering
justice based upon a full collectionI
of data bearing upon the subject.
Green Appoints Committee
The Judicial council of Michigan3
consists of 10 members. Under the
statute the members are appointed
by the Governor under the follow-
ing limitations: one is to be a judge
of the Supreme court, one a judge
of the circuit court, and one a
judge of the probate court; two
members are to be laymen; one is!

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DEFE[AT B"TEAM
Offensive Work Gives
Wisconsin Final I
Touchdown
By Joe Russell
Smashing through the Wolverine
defense late in the final quarter for
a single touchdown, Coach Irv
Uteritz' scrappy Badger gridders
took the first game of the 1929 Big
Ten season from the Michigan
junior Varsity yesterday afternoon
on old Ferry field.
The first half of the contest was
slow and uninteresting being
marked by almost constant
fumbling on the part of both teams
with several penalties well inter-

to be a member of the faculty of spersed in the action, but at the
the Law school of the University of beginning of the second half Wis-
Michigan; one is to be the Attor- consin unleashed a brilliant drive
ney-General or one of his assitants; toward their opponents' goal, only
ind three are to be members of to be stopped by equally brilliant
the bar, defensive play.
The personnel as appointed by In, the fourth period, however
Governor Green is made up as fol- the crimson-clad Wisconsin hus- ;
lows: Justice William W. Potter, kies started an attack which was
LL. B., '95L, of the Supreme court, not to be denied. Anderson, punt- 1
is Chairman, ex officio: Judge ing for Michigan, kicked outside
John Vanderwerp, of Muskegon, on his own 37 yard line, and the
represents the Circuit court; Judge next play Anderson of Wisconsin j
Waldo T. Potter, '90L, of Marquette. I reeled off seven yards, while Neu-,
represents the Probate court; Oscar 1port made it a first down on Mich-
C. Hull, '13L, of Detroit. Walter S. igan's 25-yard stripe. Line smashes j
oster, '00-'02L, of LanFsing, and took the ball to the Maize and Bluej
John M. Dunham, who attended the 11-yard line, where Courtright's
Law school from 1906 to 1911, of 'men were penalized 10 yards, bring-
Grand Rapids, are the three mem- ing the ball to the one-yard line.j
bers of the bar; Wilber M. Brucker, Here the Wolves held for a down,
'16L, the Attorney-General, repre- and then Wisconsin was set back
sents that department; Stuart H. five yards for off-sides.
Perry, '94-'96L., hon. A. M. '19, This loss was made up in two
editor of the Adrian Daily Tele- plays, with Neuport, speedy Badgerj
gram, and Lent D. Upson, director If ullback, plunging over from thej
of the Detroit Bureau of Municipal two-yard line for the score. A bad'
Research and lecturer on munici--ps from centerspoiled the chonce
pal administration in the Univer- of adding the extra point.
sity, are the two lay members of (Continued on Page 6, Column 7)
the Council; and Edson R. Sunder-
land, A. B., '97, A. M. '98, LL. B.,FOOTB
'01L, represents the faculty of the BALL SCORES
Law school of the University.
(Continued on Page Two Column 1) Ohio State 7, Iowa 6.

A. A. Mile's Play
Will Start Monday;
Box office sales of seats for Play1
Production's first presenttion ofE
the season. "The Truth About
Blayds," will start tomorrow morn-
ing at the Lydia Mendelssohn the-.
atre. Valentine B. Windt, director,1
announced yesterday. The box of-
lfice will be opened at 10 o'clock to-!
morrow and will stay oven until 9
o'clock each night for the remain-
d Aaof oxot

LINEUP
Michigan LPOS
Truskowski .. .. LE.
Hayden.......LT ..
Poe ........... LG ...,..
Bovard.......C....
Steinke .......RG .... .
Roach.........RT....
Draveling .....RE .... .
I Simrall .......QB .....
Hudson.......LH .
Dahlem......RH....t.
Gembis........FB .

Purdu6
~Caraway
Vanbibber
.... Sears
.... Miller
. Buttner
... Sleight
Werner.
... .White
Harmeson
. Welch
Yunouitch

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PLAY BY PLAY ACCOUNT ' INCONGRUOUS PLAN OF SIDEWALKS IS
First Inning A MONG UNSOLVED CAMPUS ENIGMAS
CHICAGO-McMillan walked on I
four straight. English fouled to ( Mysteries come and go in Michi-i rious members of the faculty by the
Miller. Hornsby struck out. Wilson gan's campus, but one of the big- inquisitive reporter ' but none
singled to right, McMillan stopping gest enigmas in many a year has seemed absolutely fool-proof. The
at second. Cuyler fanned. No runs, cropped out this week. The mystery first suggestion offered was that
one hit, no errors. in question centers around a stu- the most direct path-ways between
PHILADELPHIA-Bishop flied *to dent controversy in one of Ann Ar- i campus buildings were turned into
Stephenson. McMillan threw out bor's more prominent sandwich cement for the benefit of student
Haas. Cochrane popped to English. shops which led to an investigation ( and faculty pedestrians. Upon sur-I
No runs, no hits, no errors. of the matter of campus sidewalks. veying the campus walks, with the
Second Inning It seems that one of the party 'use, of a large map, the suggestion
CHICAGO-Bishop threw out mentioned the fact that, with the seemed worthy enough, although
Stephenson. Cochrane made a nice exception of the diagonal, and its 'it hardly expleined the unesthetic
catch of Grimm's foul. Taylor immediate subsidiaries no two lack of system.
grounded to Bishop. No runs, no j walks on the campus run parallel Of all the remaining theories.

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Brown 13, Princeton 12.
Columbia 52, Wesleyan 0.
Colgate 31, Michigan State 0.
Nebraska 13, Syracuse 6.
Georgia 15, Yale 0.
Pitt 27, West Virginia 7.
Duquesne 18, Albion 0.
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Saer oL the week.
The comedy by A. A. Milne will Score by Quarters
be given by students in the Play Michigan .........0 0 16 0-16
Production courses and appears as Purdue. .......0 6 0 24-30
the first of three productions given
for the general public. This show Subcstitutions
will be followed by the two win- Hewitt for Draveling; Heston for
ning plays in last season's three- Dahlem; Poorman for Roach;
act play writing contest. ; Trimble for Sears; Christian for
Buttner; Mackle for Werner;
FraDernity]delegates Sherbeck for Miller; Woerner for
-rMackle; Wheeler for Dahlem;
S Will Settle Question Smith for Bovard; Auer for Hay-
I den; Morrison for Gembis; Priest

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