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VOL. XL, No. 18. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1929 EIGHT PAGES P

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WORK WITH U I
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Members Named on Committee
Have All Worked on Staff
at Least One Year.
PUBLICITY MAN CHOSEN

FOUR THOUSAND FRENZIED FANS 1I DR. RUTHVEN
WORK UP STEAM FOR BUCKEYESLL TO GIVE TALK
Two whoops and many a holler team is going to need on the field L President Alexander Grant Ruth-
reverberated through Hill auditor- tomorrow." U Oren will deliver the principal ad-
ium last night when more than He concluded his pep talk by dress at the annual homecoming
4,000 frenzied football fans met to saying that every man must back FIof Hamilton college at Sioux City,
work up steam for the Buckeye Michigan until the final gun shot is ,JIowa this morning. Dr. Ruthven's
game today. The cheerleaders, and heard. "And don't forget one topic will be "Extra-Mural Activi-
everyone elsewonthe platform for thing," he added, "Michigan was Afternoon Dance Practices ties in the University."
that matter, were completely ;orn old Michigan when Ohio was a pup. This meeting, which is in the
out and ready to call "quits" long Why, years and years ago, they pro- and Choruses Are -nature of a gathering for alumni,
before the crowd was willing to dis- vided nothing but a good practice Conducted. students and faculty of Hamilton,
perse. game." !is the chief assembly of the week-
Judge William L. Day, 'OOL, who "Bob" Bennett, '16, Michigan's end at that institution, and will
hails from Cleveland, the strong- All-American cheerleader, pepped CAST MEETS EVENJNGS probably be held in the chapel.
hold of Ohio State supporters, said up the gang into some cheering jIDr. Rutven received his A. B.
he considers Ohio a fine state, but that harked back to the days of Shuter Keeps Silence About from Hamilton in 1903, the same
that Ann Arbor's Michigan is the I old Ferry field and the many glor- .fyear in which he came to Michi-
best university on earth. "Did you ious victories that were won there. Details for This gan as a student. This is the see-
ever stop to think," he exclaimed, Bennett's cheerleading was of the Year's Opera. ond important address which Dr.
"that no one ever really got any old school variety, but he got the Ruthven will have given since nis
place by nonchalance and acquies- backing that his All-American ,, . installation in the presidency, the
cen ce? What really makes a win- nameeserved. One of his "loco- Merrie-Go-Round is to be the former being a speech before the
ner is cooperation, loyalty, and motives" actually seemed to"raise name of the 1929 Union Opera it law students at their reception in
fight, and that's exactly what our the roof six or eight feet" in much MortimernuIter, recto t the Lawyer's club, Wednesday.
the way that pre-war pep meet- show, and Paul Buckley, general.
ings brought the strong voices out. manager of the Union and treas-
Stanton Todd, '30, Varsity cheer- urer of the production. eeI"Merri-
leader, assisted by his staff of three Go-Round" will be the twenty-
taught the assembly a few brand fourth annual production of the n
new yells and likewise taoght them comic opera by the members of
how the old ones should sound. the Union
Fred Asbeck, '29, just back from a Rehearsals arebeach
trip to Japan, introduced te afternoon in the Mimes theatre for
Presidents Named Are: Heess, speakers and cheerleaders, and ex- try-outs for the choruses, both Speech to be Extemporaneous,
Dental' Tiet'ens Law-" plained to the freshmen the pur- singing and dancing. Cast rehear- and Perhaps Will Review
Titjns ; posefs holding meetings of the als for the principal roles of the--

House, Reception, Ul
Department and Da
Groups Named.

iderclassj
ance

REVA MPED STARTING LINEUP
HAS TRUSKOWSKI CALLING40
SIGNALS ANDNEW FLANK MEN
CAPACITY ATTENDANCE ANTICIPATED
AT TRADITIONAL ENCOUNTER
WITH BUCKEYES.
. v Ikard L. 11 (aruirr, ,ports 1(/I'
\itliC Capt. Joe l ruskmwski calling signals and two new men start-
ng at the end positions. Michigan's revaml)ed eleven will take the field
at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon against the confident 01hio State team.
A complete sell-out indicates that a capacity crowd will be in ihe ncw
stadiun to see the determined Wolverines meet their ancient rivals
from the Buckeye state in one of the annual features of the Big Ten
gridiron season.
Ilspecial significance will attacli )the gane in that the two "baby"
c aches of the Western Conference will be pitting their gritl inaclijues
againist (acl other in today s frav. Coacl Sam VWillaman is guitlillg
the football destinies of ohio' State this season, while Ilarry Kilkc will
be attempting a comeback with his first Maize and Blue team.
Following the debacle that occurred in the last quarter at lPurdne
last week. Coach Kipke has altered the starting lineup in an effort to
_- -----olster the Wolverine line and add
scoring punch to the backfield. Cap-
tain Truskowski will {make his debut
in a new role, not only acting as
S field general but also occupying a
backfield post on attack and de-
fense. His presence back of the
AJHn., A9, line is eXJtt'et.d to aid in breaLkinJ

Appointments to Union commit-
tees for the college yesar of 1929-
30 were announced yesterday by
Kenneth M. Lloyd, '30, president.
These appointments were made fol-
lowing a meeting of the activities
committee, composed of Lloyd,
James E. Thayer, '30, recording
secretary, William A. Murphy, 30,
Manly K. Hunt, '30L, and Paul
Buckley, manager.
Those named to committee places
were as follows: publicity depart-
ment, Harold O. Warren, Jr., '31,
chairman, and Keith B. Hackett,

4J.1W Aa aaaw a~, w an -.
'31; house department, Leonar
Wilson, '31, chairman, and Albe
Donahue, '31; reception de
ment. Walter Rickenback,
chairman, and Alfred T. Pal
'32; underclass department, Ro
W. Ackerman, '31, chairman,
Joseph A. Witter, '31; dance c
mittee, Irwin A. Newman,
chairman, and Irving Cooper,
recording secretary's departm
John O. Innes, '31, chairman,
Fred E. VanDorn, '31.
Selections for these comm J
were made on a basis o prev
work, each man named ha
worKed one or two years a
Union. Allchairmen ana asus~s
enairmen, witn nte exception or
dance committeemen and the
coraing secretary men, will
liiiuiu VI iw Ua execuive cuml
tee of the Union ana will nave c
ete i arg',o mxIi-amng their c
for places on the various com
tees.
hne house department cond
the holding o ail Union melia
silp Uaita, Zile iotamg or }OW1
urizaarus, ana bridge uuranil
and is in enarge ci the Ta r
tne looby anu swmmling.
The reception committee t
cae o isaing rooms ior mienm
a atieticevents and social i
tions, Father's aay arrajigei'
the reception for guests, ae
brary, and general ei'kauiiiu
'Aie unus cxmiaiU LO t
caie 0 i iresmai asemnoles
group meetings.
Members o the activitiesc
inittee are eected by tne boai
jJIeccois. DucXuley, Joy,
mnayer are memuc-is ex onci
tne comrmiteC, anthl ounr
mnemniers are eieIt Urlui
61u0 vi SA ul-m"J Vice-P:sicter
The other four vice-presid
are: Charies R. wvaddeci, .ti,v
ter scot, i, iaynarct ,t
,jo went., an .Jonc m. ei
'itJBlc. ',t'nese men, togethert
t hc presi einu anu i cciug s~
tary, were Elected uy tue car
at large in Wt au-campusc
Lions last sprig.
Hoover Disapprove
of 'Fury' Inscripti(
on Belgian Libr
President Condemns Action
Architect of Louvain
Building.
f y <aocia d Pess
WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct.
Piesident Hoover, speaking
himself and those associated
him in the American gift
Library to the University of'
vain, emphatically disclaime
day "any approval of the acti
Mr. Whitney Warren inminsi
upon an offensive inscription
the building."
The President's declaration
,,, c~cn n in to .11 inuirv 1

d S. and Winter, B. Ad.
rt F.
ar,- '31 DENTS ELECT SOONI
'30, ____
mer, .n
ber Presidents of the graduatingI
and classes of three colleges of the Uni-
om- versity were selected by their
'31 classmates yesterday at elections
'31; held under the direction of the Stu-
ent, dent council. Norman O. Tietjens
and was chosen to head the senipr Law
rlass Thoma. (C Winter the. emti}

sort held last night.
Columbia Sage Says
With Hoover S

chow are being held in the eve-
- _ nings. No definite parts have yet

Ohio State Game. j

been assigned to any individuals, MUSIC ALSO FEATURED
Shuter said yesterday. Try-outs for
the positions in the choruses are
continuing the practice with rou- Coach Harry Kipke will discuss
tine steps to familiarize them- today's game and the relation be-
selves with. the art of being a tween Michigan and Ohio State as
chorus girl. the first speaker on the third
The itinerary for the tour which Michigan Night program to be
Meeting will be made during the Christmas broadcast tonight at 7 o'clock,
Mti ng wi-be mae uring the hritmas states Waldo Abbot of the rhetoric

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Menlo Park Inventor to Reenact
Construction of First
Electric Lamp.

c vacaLlon was announces iasL weep.

dor)artment. director and an-

r lU6 , i iIld . v l u~ , 1 s 6 u o rE ev n .iie w ll b .si ed b-t e t,.vo IUi li , U11 Gt. -- '~ CX '1 '---
eeBusiness administration class, and Toward Peace. Eventcitiesa wl be s nouncer of the Morris Hall studio.
uttedeB Hes, th"eir etl- production and 14 performances
Judson B. Heess, the senior Dental - --- Kipke's talk will be extempore-,
iouclass. MT SPEAK will be given in the various thea- nK Professor Abbot says, and it
ving I woMhepstHUi tres. After a week's run in Ann n
I Tietjens won the-postion inS KrArbor, starting on December 9, the will be one of few instances when
tant contest with Robert J. Clendenin. VAssmi PrsaMnN s show will visit Chicago on Decem a M g Jg speaker will talk
tre The other officers for the graduat- NEW YoRK, N. Y., Octf 18. - ber 20; Kalamazoo. December 21; vninto the WJR microphone without
ingLwcaswr .D ulvn having first prepared his subject I ti
S gLaw class were E. D. Sullivan, Dr. Nickolas Murray Butler, presi- IGrand Rapids, December 23; Lans- matter on paper. Coach Kipke has t
be vice-president, Robert Barker, sec- dent of the Carnegie Endowment ing, December 24;, Flint, December not intimated the exact nature of
retary, and George Wright, treas-' for International Peace, told the 25; Saginaw, December 26; Detroit,' his talk but it is supposed that hea
om- Wcurer. Institute of International Law to- December 27, 28, 29, 30, 31; Cleve- will rather thoroughly discuss this
iC Winter was picked as head of night that President Hoover andandnd, January 1; Buffalo, January afternoon's game. i
th senior Business Administration Premier MacDonald in their recent 2;Toledo, January 3; and Cincin-
zu-,students by a 22 to 15 vote over M. ! conferences did more toward fur-! nati, January 4. Dr. Arthur C. Curtis, assistant to tl
J. Drake. Two contests in the com- I thering an understanding between I Lyrics for the music are not yet the dean of the Medical school and
ucts petition for other offices resultect in their nations than could have been complete, but are being written by professor of internalhmedicine is the V
- close races, the successful candidate accomplished by forty .years of di- an individual whose name has not scond speaker onptheprogram.dHe
g of each winning by one vote. May- plomatic proceedure. been disclr" 2d. The authors of the n will discuss the purpose of a diet F
|nard Beukema became vice-presi- Their conference, he said, indi 'music, which has been completed agns wi y tell why e dies t
!dent over Douglas Fuller, by a 19 cated the final breaking down of dia being worked rby hu that had not been sanctioned by a
' to 18 vote, and Hobart Titswell was the old order of war and conflict and Ray Langham, musical diroc- phdin.i
aes , victor over Frank L. Chandler b, and the clearing of the last stumb- j tor, ale also annonymous at the physician. I
.oers the same count, for treasurer. Don ling block from the path of a present time. The book of the pro- Third on tonight's schedule will F
unu- E. Hall was elected secretary of the ! "world that turned from war to duction is in the hands of Shuter be Prof. Henry H. Higbie, of the;
eiits, class. He won 20 to 17 over J. C. peace." and the nature of the plot and the electrical engineering department,
I who will talk on the artificial and
3.- Hegenauer. "Ramsay MacDonald and Hoover author will be divulged probably ingh
ie .' Heess was unanimously elected at Washington have done the busi- the next few' days, he disclosed natural lighting of the home. Pro- a
alp president of the Senior Dents, as ness for which the world was wait- I yesterday, but so far a veil of si- esrigbie Eaeorlynte
anu , were all 'the other officers for this ing with bated breath," he said. j lence has been hung over the de- president of the Electric Illuminat-
class. They are, vice-president, Public opinion will do the rest. tails of the story for this year's ing A ion of erind is
com- James M. Norlock, secretary, Cla i- That government or governmental production. view of the coming celebration of
a o ence L. Levis, and treasurer, Rus- <agency which . attempts to stand Designs for posters to be used Edison's contribution to artificial
sell J. Klenow. Iin the way of those official acts in local and out-of-town advertis- lighti
an o The junior Dental class will hold that are needed to transform these ing for the show were submitted Prof. Howard Y. McClusky, of theI
two its election at 5:15 o'clock, Tuesday new convictions and these new un- yesterday afternoon by the con- education psychology department,
tie afternoon in the junior lectur'b. derstandings into law, will be bro- testants who have been working on is the last on the speaker's list and f
;it room in the Dental building. ken on the wheel. the creations for two weeks. All I will take for his subject the sum-
lnts. GA REI"These are not arrangements ideas for posters will be judged by mer camp as a source of study in
nts Gwhich affect alone two nations or a suitable committee and the win- V the psychology of youth. His I
WarI BRUNSWICK ORCHESTRA any small group of nations. They ner of first and second prizes will thorough knowledge of summer
,over' _are arrangements which strike the 'receive medallions, suitably in- camps was gained at Camp Algon-;
On' Opening his week-end visit last note of leadership throughout the scribed. quin in the northern part of the
W1r1- night at Granger's, Charlie Straight world and which invite, and indeed - state.t
ecre and his Brunswick recording or- compel universal assent and coop- Alumni Registration Musical selections by a stringt
mipus chestra will continue the program oration." quartette and string trio, made up
through tonight. The popular Dr. Walter Simons, chief justice Maintained in Union of students, will complete the pro-;
musical director has made a record of Germany, Sir Cecil Hurst, legal I gram which will go on the air at
for himself among the bright spots adviser of the British Foreign of- In accordance with the custom 7 o'clock for one hour.
s of Chicago night life. He has en-- fice, Charles Diffcher, of Belgium, I which has been observed in past .-
tertained at Rendezvous Cafe, secretary general of the Institute, years, the Alumni association will
al Frolics Cafe, Green Mill, Lincoln and Albert D. Lapradelle of the maintain a headquarters for all e er ai
Tavern, and other places in that University of Paris were other graduates returning for the OhioB dd
or city.sekrattebnu, which was, State-Michigan football game this! Byrd Expedition
ary ci.peakers at the banquet, whihwas afternoon. The headquarters in the
UNIVERSIT Y MUSEUM NEEDS HERDER oainlbby of the Union will be Anyone interested A
a 'UNIVERSITY MUSEUM NEEDS HERDER 1 open all morning and until giamne messages yeto the itrse Byrd edn Antarctic!
by TO CARE FOR WILD ANIMAL FLOCK time and for a short while after party may do so without leaving
the game. T. Hawley Tapping, gen- the University campus. The Signal
With the first issue of the "Ark," ginning to worry the authorities. eral secretary of the organization Corps-Electrical engineering short
the official monthly publication of Just what to do with five skunks is J 'will be in charge of the desk. An in- wave station in the West Engin-
the University Museum, distribut- the biggest question, although the vitation has been extended to the eering building is maintaining a
ed to members of the staff and creatures are quite tame and thor- alumni of Ohio State University to regular schedule of communica-
18- their friends, the need of a "shep- oughly impotent. At present, some share the same headquarters at tion with the Byrd party every
for I herd to herd the flock of wild ani- of the animals are being kept in I the Union. Friday night and will accept mes-'
with mals" scheduled for appearance in medical rooms, while the remain- (- - - - - sages for transmission from any-
of a the new animal house next week der occupy one of the rear offices one interested in sending them. I
Lou- becomes apparent through the me- on the floor in the museum. urweex ie Messages to be transmitted can
d to- dium of a classified advertisement Although workmen have prom- be left at the headquarters of the
on of on page four of the publication. I iced the completion of the new - Military Science department in the
sting The advertisement reads as fol- structure for some time, it is doubt- R. O. T. C. drill hall building.
upon lows: "Wanted-A shepherd to fiul if the animals will be able to- -----
herd the flock (two bear cubs, two be transferred this we kend. Ear- TODAY'S GAMES.
iwas coyote cubs, four racoons, five 'ly next week, however, will see the' ______
by a sknnk. two woodchucks. a badger, transportation of this assortment . Illinoise and Iowa at Iowa

CELEBRATIONS PLANNED
t B vAssociate Press)
DETROIT, Mich.,. Oct. 18.-
Marking the first of a series of
ributes to Thomas A. Edison on
he fiftieth anniversary of his in-

up Ohio's short passing game.
Bill Hewitt, who has appeared as
a substitute on several occasions,
will be at Truskowski's old post on
the left flank. Injuries sustained
to his knee by Leo Draveling in
Thursday's scrimmage may keep
him out of today's starting eleven,
giving Pete Cornwell an opportun-
ity to show his worth at right end.
The ability of these flankmen to
stop the fast-running Buckeye
backs may have an important bear-
ing bn the final outcome.

vention of the incandescent lamp, Simrall Kept at Safety.
n illuminated memorial fountain The center of Michigan's line will
was dedicated to the inventor in remain the same, with Poe, 7'o-
Grand Circus park in the heart of vard, and Steinke comprising the
he downtown section here tonight. pivotd trio. Ed Hayden isk again
The tributes 'to the wizard of[ 'slated to start at left tackle, but
enlo Park will reach their clinaxd Auer will receive the call over
on Monday night when President Roach at the. right tackle berth.
Hoovernwill come to Dearborn to see In addition to Draveling, Poorman,
Edison reenact the construction of { Dahlem, and Sorenson are on the
he first incandescent lamp and to injured list. Poorman and Soren-
address a gathering of several hun- son will probably be available for
dred dinner guests invited by Henry ieserve duty, but Dahlem is defin-
Ford to attend the dedication of itely out with an ailing elbow.
the new Edison Institute of Tech- Truskowski, Gembis, and Hudson
nology. I will be' in the backfield to do the
Although the President will come , running and plunging, the former
as the guest of Henry Ford, his having demonstrated his line
plans have been. arranged for a crashing abilities at Purdue. Ducky
tour of Detroit shortly after arrival Simrall has again received the
Monday morning. The only set punting assignment, and will also
speech on President Hoover's pro- continue his duties as safety man.
gram, however, will be the one at Confident Buckeye Team.
dedication ceremonies. An interna- ' Instilled with confidence by their
tional radio hookup which will carry 7-6 victory over Iowa last week,
Mr. Hoover's voice over seas and i the Buckeyes are expected to prove
bring that of Prof. Albert Einstein I a dangerous foe, eager to repeat
from Berlin, Germany, has been their victory of last year. , Possess-
arranged. ing a line that demonstrated its de-
Relatively few persons will wit- fensive power against the Hawk-
ness Edison's reproduction of his eyes, and a light, fast, quartet of
original incandescent lamp as it backs, Coach Willaman has a team
will be enacted in the old labora- I that is favored to win by the critics.
tory building which is large enough Although outweighed by the Wol-
to accommodate only a limited i verine forward wall, the Scarlet and
number of guests. A description of Gray'line includes five veterans,
the ceremony, however, will be car-
'ied to a banquet room and a radio- iat r e nsder, all-Ameri antin1928,
hook-up will take it to the public. promiig sophe, iFo taking
Several hundred prominent per- care of the other flank. Dick Lar-
sons have been invited by Mr. Ford kins, although suffering a bad arm,
to attend the ceremonies. Among will start at one tackle, with Mike
them, in addition to the President Marsh, a sophomore find, at the
and Mrs. Hoover, and Mr. and Mrs. other tackle. Ujhelyi and Selby are
Edison, will be Madame Marie ; an experienced pair of guards, and
Curie, co-discoverer of radium; Fred Barratt, 236 pound Lansing
Owen D. Young, who will act as ! boy, will be at the pivot post.
toastmaster, and others. Al Holman, who has been the
Establishment of a post office to best ground gainer for Ohio this
be known as Greenfield, Michigan, season, will direct the team at the
has been authorized in Ford's early quarterback post.
American village, which will be the (Continued on Page 2, Col. 4)
scene of Monday night's ceremon-
ies. It will open for business Mon-
day in a building brought by Mr.
Ford from "Phoenixville, Conn., and Michigan Pos. Ohio State
erected in its original form. Hewitt ....... LE .... , Fontaine
- Hayden .... LT... ....Marsh
Moser Says Very Few Poe .... LG .. . Ujhelyi
. Bovard C .. ..... ..... Barratt
TWickets Yet A ailable Steinke R. GSelby

A 91%.Sl-V.&ea A %W It,

A-A~r4sE.%%4,sa , 1

Season tickets for the Oratorical
association series of eight lectures
are selling rapidly, according to I

Auer .... ..... RT ...... Larkins
Cornwell or
Draveling .RE ...... Fesler
Truskowski ..QB ...,. Holman

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