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VOL. XL, No. 20 ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1929 EIGHT PAGES P

RICE FIVE CENTS

STUDENTS TO GIVE1
ROUSING SEND-OF
Undergraduates to Accompany
Team to Station
Thursday.
BAND TO LEAD PARADEj

HAMSUN PICTURE
TO FINISH WEEK
RUN AT LEAGUE
Growth of the Soil" is Acted,
Directed by Norwegians.
Seven showings of the Norwegian
picture "The Growth of the Soil"
will be given during the remainder!
of this week at the Lydia Mendels-
sohn theatre. A performance each
night through Saturday and Friday
and Saturday afternoon matinees
are scheduled for the picture.
The production is taken from the
book by the same name and was
directed by the author of the novel
Knut Hamsun. All of the charac-
ters in the picture are actors from
the Scandinavian countries who
are well-known on the continent.
No advance sale is being conduct-
ed for the picture. Tickets may be,
purchased at the box office in the
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre for
each showing, and seats for all per-
formances, including the matinee,
will be priced at 50 cents. The
night shows will start at 7:151
o'clock and the matinees at 2 15!

Celebrates His P HINDReed, Robinson Accept Places
Golden Jubilee in Delegation to Conference
-AbLcIatediiress declined an invitation to be a mem-
WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct. 21.- ber of the delegation, offered no
j General approval was heard in the explanations beyond the ac-
LT I k1111 1 lii II rSenate today of the announcement knowledgment that he did decline
by Secretary Stimson that Senators immediately when tendered the
Robinson of Arkansas, and Reed of post.
Inventor Hailed b Hoover as Pennsylvania had accepted places Senator Robinson is the Demo-
WPoon the American delegation to the cratic leader, a member of the for-'
Man Who Relieved People London Naval Limitation con- eigns relations and naval commit-
r from Drudgery. ference. Ntee, and was the Democratic nom-
SWith assurance of a delegation Inee for vice-president in the last
FORD GIVES INSTTUTE of at least three men, headed by campaign.
Mr. Stimson, it was expected that Senator Reed is a Republican
r President Hoover will go beyond member of the foreign relations
Progress Made Possible by Such this with the appointment of committee and chairman of the
Men Is Beyond Pccuniary Charles G. Dawes, ambassador to military affairs committee and
Measurement.Great Brita. Hugh Gibson, am- served during the World War as an
Iur tbassador to Be:gium, also, is re-
y:... garded as likely to be a member of oer.
(B JY Associated Pres' the Anmerican delegation.I Senate colleagues of the pairy
By Raymond D. Henle EChairman Borah, ofthe senate praised their selections. ThereI
DEARBORN, Mich., Oct. 21- foreign relations committee who seemed to be no reaction to Mr.
Commemorating the fiftieth anni- *;Hoover's decision not to consider
eversary of the invention of the the ranking members of the for
electric lamp, President Hoover paidR eign relations committee. Reed
tribute tonight to the tireless zeal iS [ K ranked sixth on this committee
and patience of this country's in- NIafter Chairman Borah. Senator
ventive genius who has lifted drud- FfJohnson of California is the rank-
gery from the shoulders of the ing Republican and Swanson; Vir-
~" American people. ginia, the ranking Democrat.
Thomas A. Edison .With

Junior Literary Students Will
Cast Ballots at 4 O'Clock
Tomorrow Afternoon.
CROW HEADS ARCHITECT
Junior Laws, Foresters, Dents,
Senior Pharmics, Sophomore
Dents to Vote Today.
Class elections which began last
week under the supervision of the
Student council will continue
I through this week. One election was
conducted yesterday, five will be
held today, three topmorrow, two
Thursday, and one Friday, accord-
ing to present arrangements.
M. E. Crow, Jr., was chosen presi-
dent of the junior architect class at
the only election held yesterday

Plans for Affair Are Made
Student Council and
The Daily.

by

Harry Kipke's fighting Wol-
verines will be given a "whoopee"
send-off at 10:30 Thursday evening
when they entrain to the lair of
"Bob" Zupp1ie's Bears. The send-
off will follow a parade of the stu-
dent body led by the Michigan
band down State and Williams

streets to the Ann Arbor station. o'clock.
Plans for the affair, made by the In addition to the feature, two
Student council and The Daily, short subjects are included on the,
were announced last night by program.
Ernest Reif, '30, president of the -
council. EDUCATOR SPEAKS
"Michigan is goingsdown. to Illi- TRAVERSE CITY
nois to battle against- one of its 4~ CT
bitterest rivals, and if the Wolver-
ines are to win they must be in- j Dean J. B. Edmonson, of the
stilled with the fight that only the School of Education, is returning
cheers and yells of thousands of today from Traverse City where he
students can give them," Reif said went last week to address a meet-
in making the announcement. ing of the Michigan Educational
Band Will Lead. association. The meeting is a part
B " and will!,of the state-wide program of ga th-
Michigan's "fighting" band will ff rings of this organization for the
assemble in front of the Union at rins of tiscogaizaio f the
9:45 o'clock Thursday evening and purpose of discussing variousxas-
swing into formation with the pects of the educational system of
thecomnteadkeigal
corps of 'Varsity cheerleaders to cmmesn d kepitwals
head the parade. The students the members in touch with what is
will line-up to the rear of the band' being done in that line.
This is Dean Edmonson's second
trip this week, the former havingI
Every member of the Michigan been to Washington to a meeting
band must report in uniform at of the national educational coun-
9:45 o'clock Thursday evening cil selected by Secretary Dawes. I
in front of the Union, for the _
send-off parade. C
Robert A. Campbell. CROSS TO SPEAK
BEFORE ADELPHI

and at sharply 10:00 the huge
column will start marching down Prof. Arthur L. Cross of the his-
State street to Williams and then'tory department will speak on
west to the station singing "The "English Politics of Today" at the
Victors," "'Varsity," and "Hail open meeting of the Adelpiii House
Hail! The Gang's All Here." of Representatives at 7:30 o'clock
Robert A. Campbell, treasurer to'tonight in the Adelphi room on the
the University and "Uncle Bob" to fourth floor of Angell hall. The
the band has issued orders to all meeting will be open to visitors
members to be in uniform in frort and all are cordially invited to at-
of the Union at the specified time tend. Regular members are urged
Thursday evening so that the band to be present.
may show its full strength while A short closed meeting will fol-
parading to the station. low Professor Cross' talk. Appli-
Todd To Head Cheering cants for membership should at-
When the students arrive at the tend at this time. All men stu-
station, Stanton Todd, '30 Varsity dents on the campus are eligible
cheerleader will have his nimble- for membership. A five minute talk
bodied assistants posted on top of on any topic is required of all ap-
the station, on the coaches of the plicants.
train, and any other conspicuous
place, to lead the "gang" in several LIVINGSTON WINS
rousing cheers that will ring in the AIR TOUR TROPHY
ears of the Wolverines until they #
haVe returned from Urbana. (By Associated Press)
A plea for fraternities and room- DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 21.-John
ing houses to turn out in their full Livingston, of Aurora, Ill., who
numbers and to go to the Union piloted a Waco biplane in the Na-
en masse for the parade and the tional Air Tour that ended in the
"whoopee" at the station was is- rain and mud at Ford airport this
sued last night by the Student afternoon, was officially announced
council and The Daily, in order to tonight as the winner of the 5,000
assure the team of a fitting send- mile flight.
Livingston, on the basis of speed,
off. maximum load, and efficiency in
In the past, it was pointed out, taking off and landing, had a point
the students have neglected their score of 45,672. Second place went
football team when it entrained for to Arthur Davis, of Lansing, Mich.,
an out-of-town game. Before the who also piloted a Waco biplane.
Purdue game less than a half Davis' final point standing was
dozen students cheered the grid- 41,108.
ders as they left. The need of a The victory gave Livingston $2,-
rousing send-off is all the more im- 500 in cash besides the Edsel Ford
portant now because of the crucial trophy. Davis received a cash
position of the grid team and be- award of $2,000.
cause of the power of the Miini In, a steady drizzle and almost in
which the Wolverine havehto con- darkness 24 of the 29 tourmplanes
quer. .aine to the finish line this after-

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Who is now celebrat
the golden jubilee o
tion of the incandes
light. President Ho
Ford, and numerousc
ties are also in Detroit
lee in honor of the ag
SENATE OUF
1WRITINCOF
Memorandum Shows
Had Knowledge
of Finance Gi
LOANED' MAN
(By Associated P
WASHINGTON, D.
New details of thei
tween Senator Bingh
lican, Connecticut, ar
necticut Manufacturer
which "loaned" him a
sist in writing the tar
examined today by the
investigation committE
An office memoran
association showing it
the inner workings o
finance committee %
considering the bill it
sions was introduced
Walsh, Democrat, Mon
L. Eyanson, the tariff
aided the Connectic
said he did not remem
A little later E. K
president of the asso
"one thousand per ce:
ment to the cause of
and disclosed that r
Binghham in the offic
Roraback, national c
of Connecticut. There,
arrangements were m
to "loan" a man.
Edward H. Cooley, b
ager of the Massachu
ies association, testifi
he was in the campaig
lantic Coast Fisheries
for a reduction in the
he was informed the
have to win over Sena
and Charles Eyanson
sentative in Bigham'E
the Connecticut Manu
sociation. He said h
failed to win Eyanson
Tomorrow the comm
amine. J. W. Wuichet,
of the association, wh
office memorandum r
Senator Walsh. Als
Meisnet has been
Cooley said the Atlas
corporation hired Mei
tariff commission an(
Meisnet who told hi
have to win over Sena
and Eyanson.
SHEPERD TO
LECTURE

inm i re age a na eminen i n- t__ While Borah mae no commentNi r--beca
ing in Detroit ventor of the lamp, Thomas A. Ed- on the decision, there was an un- Neil Warren became representative
f his inven- ison, at his side, Mr. Hoover said When Is a Man Educated?" to derstanding among his colleagues to the J-Hop committee, Julia Mae
cent electric' every American owed this genius be Topic of First Meeting that he holds the view that Sena- in, ecerad F lo Joho
over, Henry, "not alone a debt for great bene- N T tors should not participate in ne- mg, secretary, and Floyd Johnson,
other celebri- faction he has brought to man- Nexttursay.goahounot icite wi ne treasurer. Bruce Palmer, '31, sec-
ovr-er ntaoeadb o retbn-INx hrdy gtain on which they will beroayfthcuniwsinhrg
t at the jubi- kind, but also a debt for the honor called upon later to pass judgment. retary of the council was in charge
ed inventor. he has brought to this country." S. C. A. SPONSORS SERIES of the election.
Prominent Men Attend. Five Classes to Vote Today
j The ceremonies at which the President Alexander Grant Ruth- fThe elections to be held today
1e1111 ( IPresident spoke, attended by many von will be the speaker at the first u L *are the junior Law, the senior
1 IUW prominent citizens in various fields, of a series of weekly Forum meet-IU iiiPIOULITS Pharmacy, the sophomore Archi-
also dedicated the Edison Institute Ii ngs, sponsored by the Student tects, the junior Foretry, and the
[ofrTechnology the gift of Henry I Christian association, Thursday junior Dental class. The two elec-
-Frd afternoon, October 24, at 4 o'lockr tions Wednesday include the juior
T "Our scientists and inventors are at room D, Alumni Memorial hall. PLiterary and the juniof Business
I among the most priceless national Dr. Ruthven will use as his- sub- Administration classes.
Ascainpossessions," the President 'said. h uno ieayIlcinwl
Association s"There is no sum that the worid. ject, "When is a Man Educated." German Dornier Carries 51 Tons The junior Literary election will
TWr cu no sfr thay the men Following his speech, Dr. Ruth- be held on the same plan as the
of Work I could not afford to pay these menvon will attempt to answer any ! and 169 Passengers for senior one last Wednesday. The
roup. who have that originality of mind, questions that may be asked con- More than Hour. balloting will begin following the
. that devotion and industry to car- the subject Although the nomiating at 4 o'clock and con-
At bIhTEDory scientific thoughttforwardin{meeting is scheduled for ony an tinuing in the -student offices of
ASSISTEDseandtrideu tsspread hour, it is believed that there will WAS BUILT IN SECRECY the Union after dinner. A list of
resc) oo eery hme. be ample time so that the major- __ the eligible voters will be used to
ress) Speech Ends Activities. -
C., Oct. 21.- The speech came at the end of ity of the questions may be an- (y Associated Press) CLASS ELECTIONS
relations be- a day crowded with activity in swered. ALTENRHEIN Switzerland.,Oct Five class elections will be held
am, Repub- f honor of Edison's invention, during The purpose of these Forums, of S' todat
nd the Con- which the President had been ac- ! which there will be eight to be held 21.-The giant Dornier plane DO-X Td.L s i
s association claimed by the people of Detroit weekly starting Thursday, is to today showed itself the greatest at 4 o unin Law class w vote
man to as- and Dearborn as he rode in an open bring before the student bod, passenger carrying convenience in Law building.
iff bill, were automobile during a cold, driving questions and problems arising in the history of aviation by carrying The senior Pharmacy clas W
Senate lobby rain Millions heard his words over, every day life. A questionnaire willteenio'ac clars will
ee. a coast to coast hook-up of radio be distributed at the meetings 169 persons in flight for exactly one, elect at 5 o'clock in room 151
dum of the stations. thereby giving the audience an op- hour over Lake Constance. Almost Chemistry building.
had news of Measuring the unselfish devo- portunity to express what subjects directly across the Lake, is hangar- vote at 4 o'clock in the Archi-
f the senate tion which scientists give their I they would like emphasized. ed its chief rival in air transporta- tectural lecture room.
chile it was work, the President said that "not Inasmuch as this will be Dr. I tion, the Graf Zeppelin which car- The junior Dental class will
n closed ses- by all the profits of all the banks Ruthven's first public appearance ried an average of about 60 persons hold its election at 5:15 at the
by Senator in the world, can we measure the before the student body, consider- in setting its round - the - world ojunior lecture room of the Dental
tana. Charles contribution which th/f e men Iable interest is being evinced for record, building.
expert who make for progress." ! the occasion. It is expected that The DO-X took off from the lake The junior Forestry students
ut Senator, "And they are the least inter- Alumni Memorial hall will be filled. waters at 11:15 a. m. and its motors Th oseno heFrestry satn
ber the note. ested in the monetary results," he All students are urged to attend. developing 6000 horse power lifted o'clock in room 2039 Natural
ant Hubbard, added. "Their satisfactions are in;dvlpn600hreowrifd o'oc in om239Ntal
tn FRENCH{the 51 tons easily. The weather was Science building.
ciation, gave their accomplishments in the can-;FRENCH PREMIER perfect and the motors functioned Wednesday, the junior literary
.t" endorse- tribution of some atom of know- pretya liueo 20fe ls ilvt uirltrr
the Senator ledge which will become part of the FIGHTS SICKNESS perfectly, an altitude of 1200 feet class will vote at 4 o'clock in the
he had met great mechanism of progress." was reached, and at the end the Natural Science auditorium and
e of J. Henry "Their discoveries are not the (By Associated Press) plane made so smooth a landing the junior Business Administra-
mmitteeman terialfor headlines, their names PARIS, France, Oct. 21.-Physi- hat those on board scarcey e tion students will elect at 2
also, he said, are but known to a few. But the cilas attending former Premier the jar. o'clock i room 206 Tappan Hall
ade for him nation owes them a great honor Clemonceau indicated tonight that The plane was built here by Mau- I The junior, sophomore, and
and is proud to demonstrate they considered the slight crisis rice Dornier because of the limita- freshmen elections in the Phar-
usiness man- through Mr. Edison today that that the "Tiger" underwent this tions on German aircraft imposed macy school will be held at 5
.setts Fisher- their efforts are not unappreciat- morning had passed, at least for by the treaty of Versailees. The o'clock Wednesday, Thursday
ed that when ed." the time being. They decided to flying boat which may be used for and Friday in room 151 Chemis-
gn of the At- Hoover Interested Spectator. hssue no official communique and a trans-Atlantic crossing was built try building.
s corporation Before Mr. Hoover spoke, he had announced that all would not re- in great secrecy and launched last h - kff
tariff on fish witnessed an unusual contrast of turn to his bedside until Thurs- July. No such severe test flight had chckot estdents obtaining
at he would circumstances as years can bring dlay "vening. been made with it previously. 'ballots. In order to vote or run for
itor Bingham as he watched the now ageing and Dr. Laudry on leaving his 88-year Its builders maintained that eight office in the junior election a stu-
L, the repre- distinguished Edison construct the old patient, said, "I shall be com- of its twelve motors are sufficient dent must have from 56 to 87 hours
s office' from first lamp as he did a young, hope- ing back tomorrow more as a to sustain it in flight. It is 150 feet inclusive. The number of semesters
lfacturers as- ful, ambitious but unknown inven- ! friend than a doctor." He inti- from tip to tail and 150 feet from on the campus will not be consid-
ie tried and tor, fifty years ago. mated however that although the one wing tip to the other. It has erd. Eligibility slips also must be
i. Standing beside the inventor in crisis was past the age of Clemen- three decks and can provide com- presented by office seekers. Five
iittee will ex- the same laboratory Edison used ceau and the cold from which he fortable accommodations for 100 J-Hop committeemen will be
an employee half a century ago, brought here is suffering might place him at the persons. Today besides the crew of chosen in addition to the class of-
bo wrote the by Ford, the President saw how the I mercy of another attack which ten, 159 passengers were carried ficers.
eferred to by soft glow of delicate, vibrating-? friends described today as a slight and all had seats, although a bit Pharmacy Elections This Week.
o, Frederick wires ushered in the age of light. heart syncope. crowded. Elections for the four Pharmac
summoned. With Edison and Hoover, were I - classes will be held this week. A
ntic Fisheries Ford and Francis Jehl, who, as a I BROADCASTING CRISIS AVERTED classification of the students in the
snet from the youth, aided the inventor with his WHEN ABBOT GETS INSPIRATION school is being made by the office
d that it was experiment. They saw an old man, and the Foresters may - ascertain
im he would now lauded with the plaudits of the Faced by an emergency last Sat- ask you," Abbot told Kipke-and their respective class by calling at
tors Bingham world, deftly construct his lampurday night in connection with the t nt . the office any time beginning to-
Swithin a few moments which fifty Michigan Night radio broadcast, hepogramwnon e air. day. The list will be used also at
Iyears ago was brought into beg i both Waldo Abbot, director and an- "Why," came the first question,he elections to determine the
only after long days of patient trial nouncer of the programs, and Coach "did Michigan fail to score when rightful voters. All the balloting
OPEN and effortHarry Kipke, who was the first the ball came as close as the five- will be in room 151 Chemistry
SEASON As the experiment was complet- speaker on the Saturday program,, yard line? What difficulties does building, the seniors voting today,
ed, the dim light of 1879 in the lab- came through so successfully that a team encounter at such close the juniors tomorrow, the sopho-
I oratory burst into the full light of the thousands of listeners who range to the goal?" mores Thursday, and the freshmen
eight o'clock present day electricity and Liber- heard the talk given by the coach "It is easier to score from the 25- Friday. These elections will be in
al association ty Bell in' the tower of Indepen- were unaware of any difficulty. ;yard line," Kipke answered prompt- charge of Kenneth Lloyd, '30, pres-
pened by Wil- dence Hall, a replica of the original Kipke was scheduled to open the ly, "because in a play close to the ident of the Union.
ollier's writer, at Philadelphia, where Mr. Hoover program with a talk on the Ohio goal the opposing team needs no Knudsen, Gunn Win
a and prohibi- returned to make his speech, rang;
phases of out a noisy salutation. p , game and had quite naturally made secondary defense and usually has Crow won the junior Architect
hnyatiup his mind that the speech would all eleven men on the line, while presidency from C. E. Hegland, 20
been investi- concern a victorious Wolverine the offensive team has only eight. votes to six. Miss Conlin was vic-
ince 1924. eleven. The unexpected defeat, Also, there are a limited number tar in the race for the-vice-presi-
ecture will be ,u weatheri a l' however, so upset his plans that of plays that can be used at close dency polling 17 votes to 13 for
Well," and it when he arrived at the studio a range." John Pottle, 10 for Claude Gunn
s replete with' he h arieda te tuioa ane
minute before 7 o'clock he told "Do the players lose much weight and 7 for Ed Halstead. In the
astound his 1\ Professor Abbot that he could not in weather like that of today?" was contest for secretary Mehring has
Sp-talk. The strain of the afternoon, the next question. 15 votes, Elizabeth Cutter and Mar-
ho annnnh Ano sm, n a~11ven a . ,xi o v f u ¬ęP i y 1.41 1Iv mi il. r m i r 1-_n 11LU iri n ln);n nn 1 n~c*

Ruthven and Yost
Attend Ceremony
Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven, presi-
dent of the University, and Prof.-
Fielding H. Yost, director of ath-
letics, were personal guests today
of Henry Ford at the Dearborn cel-
ebration in honor of Thomas A.
Edison, inventor of the electric
light.
Dr. Ruthven returned to Ann Ar-
bor Sunday from Sioux City, Ia.,
where he delivered the homecom-
ing address Saturday at Morning-
side college.

noon, completing the flight with a
short hop from Kalamazoo. The
tour took the planes through part
of Canada, down the Atlantic sea-
board to Florida, and through the
central west. Various mishaps
forced five of the original starters
out of the flight, the latest to drop
out being Capt. William Lancaster,
whose gasoline feed line developed
trouble west of Kalamazoo this
morning.-
PLAY PRODUCTION
SEAT SALE BEGUN
Daily rehearsals are being held
in the Mimes theatre by the cast
which will present Galsworthy's
"Old English" next week, E. Morti-
. nr C-i+s +icrth -Iii

Tomorrow night at
the 1929-30 Oratoric
lecture series will be o
Liam Shepard, star C
who will discuss crim
tion, both of which
American life he has
I gating for Collier's si
The title of his le
"Crime Is Paying Too
is said that his talk i
examples that will
audience.
Henry Moser of th
partment, business m
assniation. states tt

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anager of the
hat there are

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he said, had driven ail thoughts or
radio speeches from his mind. !
With i ust 30 seconds to o. Ab-

"every man iost from four To 0w
I pounds this afternoon," Kipke re-
nlied. "Gembis last 12."

jorie Mcwuire earn 11. jonnson
won the treasurership from Heg-
land. 26 to 11. Warren defeated

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