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VOL. XL, No. 23.
U NI ERSITIES DE NY
CARNEGIE CHARGES;
DENOUNCE REPORT
Vehement Disapproval Is Voiced
by Leading Colleges at !
Allegations.
BIG TEN 0. K.-GRIFFITH
Brown, Bucknell, and New York

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1929

EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS

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|Convocation Speaker to Give Message
From Wide Experience with Students
Bringing a wide experience of I eral universities and colleges of the
I modern theology especially in - ;~ country, and has lectured at num-
nection with students,. the Rev. erous institutions. He is especially
Charles W. Browvn, dean emeritus well fitted to speak at a convoca-
of the School of Religion of Yale tion as he knaows from a wide ex-
University will address the under- perience the problems of students
graduate body Sunday morning in in relation to theology."I
Hill auditorium. The occasion will The Rev. Brown has had a long
be the first of four student convo- and diversified theological career.
cations to be held this fall. He is the holder of 10 degrees, has
The Rev. Brown, who retired been special lecturer in seven edu-
from the deanship of the Yale cational institutions, and is the
school shortly over a year ago, after author of more than a score of
serving in that position for about I books. He has traveled through

BISTATE MUSEU 1GT IS gH
DEL EGA TES CA T HE
FOR MEETING HER
Michigan-Indiana Association

i Stok Market Sets Record in Sales;
Prices Hit Botlom in Frantic Session i
oT) A few stocks closed with net
S NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 24-Four ain.Aeia Cnwsub3
hours and eight minutes after the Kennecott copper was up $8, Beth-
close o h e York SokE-; lehem up $.25 and Gold Dust up,
change today the ticker recorded $.50. There was a long list of losses!
the final sale of the most frantic for the day of $5 to more than
day of stock trading in histry. This $20 a share. United States Steel
to last qaotation on the tapeapear common, after dropping $9.50 a

CHEERING CROWDS
SEND WOLVERINES
TO MEET__ILLINOIS
Students Demonstrate Loyalty

Declare Survey Unfair and 17 years, is a cousin of Mrs. henry Egypt and Palestine to obtain a
Misleading. W. Douglas, of Berkshire road, at thorough background for the study
______whose home he will stay while in of Biblical sub.jects.
(By Associated Press) Ann Arbor. Plans for the convocation Sunday
NEW YORK, Oct. 24.-With re- "He will bring an inspiring as call for a larger participation of
action ranging all the way from well as entertaining message to the the students in the program than
indignant protest and sweeping de- students," Mrs. Douglas said con- in the past. Responsive reading will
nial to outright approval and com- cerning the Sunday convocation." be held, with group singing. Stan-
mendation, the country's colleges Rev. Brown is well adapted at ton Todd, '30, chairman of the spe-
today faced the challenge con- speaking before student groups as cial convocation committee, is in
tained in the Carnegie Founda- he spent years in residence at sev- charge of the affair.
tion's sensational report of the
professionalism and kindred ills inl fNO ADMISSION CHARGE
college sport. At Brawn Univer-hIFOR 'B' GAME SATURDAY
sity the report was denounced b No admission will be charged
Norman S. Taber, chairman of theN those attending the Illinois-
athletic council, as "in part false,t Michigan Junior Varsity game
and i total so misleading as to Saturday afternoon at Ferry
make it impossible,-to believe the Fddi t n n-
authors could present it." Field, according to announce-
"Broken faith," was sharged by Rules for Annual Competition ment made yesterday by the
Prof. B. W. Griffith, graduate man- Made Public Division athletic association. The game+
Pro. . . Gifit, gadat ma- Mde ubicby Dvso will start at 2:30 o'clock.
ager of athletics at Bucknell Uni- of English. w _ tartat_2:3___'clck. _
versity, where it was declared that ___g_ -
the Carnegie investigator was given
access to files and records with the PIECES TO BE PRODUCED THREE DAY1 510 RM
imderstanding that specific names
would not be mentioned. Announcement has been made by T IL

Convene at University for ing at 7:08 p. m. was a final clan- share to $194.50, more than regain-
Three Day Session. fication of the confusion that hung ed its loss. at Station.
over the wild course of prices as the Although the ticker tape came
record total of 12,894,650 shares was to a halt shortly after 7 p. in. the KIPKE, TRUSKOWSKI TALK
TO OPEN THIS MORNING traded. stock clearing corporation directed
Closing prices presented a pic- that all members of the Exchange Pommerening, Reif Praise Spirit
ture of havoc among values, hun- retain their office forces until the
Organization Is Two Years Old; dreds of shares selling at or near days transactions are completed, of Students; Band Leads
Ruthven Will Deliver low level for the year, and from which promised an all-night vigil State Street Parade.
$20 to more than $100 less than the in most offices.
Welcoming Address. record prices reached i n recent The selling movement, approach- Cheers and songs from the
months. Nevertheless, the price level ing panic proportions, completely throats of more than 2,500 students
A at the time the closing gong sound- demoralized the market,: and the last night gave Harry Kipke's Wol-
Acn g R th res idnit Almembndered at 3 o'clock, was found to be situation became so acute that a verines the most rousing send-off
Grant uth ven'shignidionme snI substantially above the bottom le- report was sent out over privatel any Michigan team has had in at
of the Michigan - Indiana Museumgerain Th
Association will gather at the Uni- vel of the day, approximately half wires that the market would be least a college generation. The
Asoitiosn ildingtheratthni r- yof the losses of the terrifying early closed at 1 o'clock. This was denied squad left at 11 o'clock for Illinois,
i versity Museum building this morn- hours of the day having been re- later by the New York stock ex- fully convinced that the under-
ing at 10 o'clock for the openinggandch ge
session of their third annual con- gained. change. graduate body was still strong in
vention. More than fifty members -its support despite the two recent
of the association are expected to 10,000 ILLINOIS TICKETS defeats.
attend the three sessions which' AVAILABLE AT CHANIAIGN OF IIt is beyond the memory of eve
have been scheduled for 10 o'clock. (Secial to The 'Dail) the oldest student on the campus
2:30 o'clock in the afternoon, and CHAlMPAIGN, Ill. Oct., 24. - when a Maize and Blue team was
7:30 in the evening. Over ten thousand tickets for the cheered and sung on its departure
Michigan-Illinois game will be to a foreign gridiron as the Wol-
The organization of this Mus- on sale at the Illinois stadium . verines were last night. Following
eums association occured two years Saturday,-t he Ilnos st- mI the Michigan band more than
ago in the Chamberlain Memorial adayy it was announced to- Mossner Is Chosen for Freshman 2,500 students paraded up State
Museum at Three Oaks, Mich. Last dake mynCgE. B n lPresident; Sophomore Lits street, breaking the night air that
year's convention was held at Bat- to Vote Thursday. had almost instinctively held back
tie Creek in the Museum of Natural its steady rain and chillness with
history. It was at this gathering *A ~ iisnstayi and ch illnfo tessiha
hat .econstiLutionLCasTfrmedUPHARMACYVOTE TODAYsongs and cheers for the Michigan
thatthecontittionwasfored.L II~ PARM CY ODA gridmen. At the station there

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Courtney Scores Method. the Division of English of the dates 1 Il 91Iiit .II UFC l Short Talks on Program. -Nj After nearly two weeks of voting,
"The report is unfair," said Prof. for the play competitions for the Although an outlined program AfterUneaL y tte caeks of ools
Giles L. Courtney, chairman of the year '1929-30. The judges for the has been -drawn up by the local O t9NIEhe classes of the several schools
Board of Athletic control of New contest-Prof. 0. J. Campbell, head committee, complete details of the Ac geAh n rya
York University, "perhaps not be- of the English department, Prof. Millions in Property Lost on morning, afternoon, and evening nnapproaching a quiet period i nthe
cause oftenbtieause of the Peter M. Jack, head of the rhetoric: Lake Coasts: 52 Drown sessions are lacking. There will be, Nock Traces Growth of Modern oneula e-eophomore Ly
technique of the investigation. If department, and Mr. Valentine B. e snhowever, a number of short talksN Religions From Magic in eary elecion next sophomoreLit--
some of the statements which ap- Windt, instructor in the speech de- When Ferry Sinks, by Museum workers on different Aei itouFr Talk.nain tlecondutedhuringyte
peared in the press also appear in partment and director of Play Pro- ducational projects in their in- uditorium Talk, mains to be conducted during the
the report, they are absolutely duction activities-have compiled stitutions, including Miss Gertrude One elion h ye
without actual foundation." r jthe following rules and announce- FOUR VESSELS AGROUND ;Gillmore, curator oC the Detroit One election was held yesterdaynmgf I-
Allegation of an "intensely or- nents relevant to the contests: Children's museum, Miss Anna H. I FIRST Iam F. Mossner as president of the I-
ganized, sometimes subtle systems I The contests are open to all Stanfield, curator of the Northern FrsmeF. Dntal ass.Hednd
of recruiting athletes at the Uni- undergraduate.students in the (By Associated Press) i Indiana Historical museum, and "Myster religion littl d Freshmen Dental class. He, and
versity of Michigan was vigorously University of Michigan, and to CHICAGO, Ill., Oct. 24.-With the i Edward M. Brigham, Jr., of the vanced from paganism, still govern an, Jr., as vice-president, and
denied by Fielding R. Yost, direc- any graduate student not lashing storm which whipped at Battle. Creek institution. These a large portion of the world's pop- Henry Walkottex as treasurer, were
for of athletics there. teachig n the University the Great Lakes region for three talks will be followed by an official ulation," Mr. Arthur D. Nock, vis- chosen unanimousl Tes ony c
Conference Denies Report. The plays for the first on- days abated today the curtain was welcome by Dr. Ruthven, as presi- iting fellowship scholar of . Clare test in the election was for th
Speaking for the Western Con- test must be in one act. lifte'd on the fate of at least six j dent of the University, and as fellew Coll , Cambride, stted yt- et in wt e
The one actpls must be in lae esel.lnewihg2eesos emerinthbscitydg, sace yesen-= secretariat, in which Milton Bailey i
herence as a whole, Major John L. tTe natplaysmns lake vessels. One with 52 persons member in the society. day in a lecture given at Natural dfae ~og alt,5 ofv,
tday ianaslecture giveneatuNaturaldefeated George Hallett, 51 to five.
Griffith, athletic commissioner, by 4 o'cock p. m., Monday aboard, was at the bottom, another At noon, all members will lunch Science Auditorium. The lecture, °
averred Big Ten universities are January 6. sunk in Lake Erie, and four were at the Union, and an afternoon e of a series of two on the gen- Both the sophomore and
10nar univrsites ayonecanname.,heaanurintaftbegronded
cleaner athletically than any other The manuscripts must be!grounded- session, including speakers of much jeral subject of religion, dealt with freshmen Pharmacy classes willy
10 universities anyone can name. typed In addition, scattered wreckage prominence, will b e g i n at 2:30 "The Development of Mystery Re- elect officers at 5 o'clock today
All of the Western Conference1 The name of the author must on lake shore lines indicate prop- o'clock. Among the features of the ligions and their Relations to in room 151 of the Chemistry1
schools, which, except for Illinois, not appear on the manuscript, erty loss that is expected to run program is Dr. Carl Hubbs' tale of Christianity." The topic discussed building.
Michigan and Chicago, were given i but shall accompany the man- into many millions of dollars. his recent fishing trip to the Orient, tomorrow will be "Augustus' Placed
a clean bill, also made emphatic uscript in a sealed envelope Bodies and wreckage of the car- an expedition which gained the in the History of Religion." Two elections will be held today
denial of the charges. The Univer- bearing the title of the play ferry Milwaukee, caught in the University Museum many valuable Tracing the growth of modern in the Pharmacy school. The
sity of Iowa watched developments, on the outside. ' storm as it proceeded from Milwau- exhibition pieces. religion from man's first belief in I sophomore vote, which was to have
with interest believing that al- A bill of the one-act plays 'kee toward Grand Haven, Michi- I magic, Mr. Nock pointed out that been held yesterday, was post-e
though that institution recently will be selected for presenta- gan, was found today near Keno- To Tour New Museum existing faiths still bore evidence poned until the same hour today.t
had been disciplined by the Big tion by Play Production, the sha, Wisconsin. They confimed the Group tours of the building will ;f our former belief in primitive Consequently, that class and thec
Ten for subsidizing, it is only a date and the type of produc- belief that vessel was sunk and complete the day's convention, these deities. In illustrating his point, first year students will both vote°
"minor violator" by comparison. tion to be determined from the gave rise to the fear that all 52 on tours beginning at 7:30 o'clock this the Cambridge fellow showed how at 5 o'clock this afternoon in room t
Representatives of Ohio predict- character of the plays submit- board were lost. evening and including every ex- many pagan gods had been incor- 151 Chemistry building.a
ed that beneficial results would ac- ted. d h dist d hibiting department. porated in Christianit as orthodox The Sophomore Literary election t
mue from the report. The competition for long vessels eitherwere rescued orere- Today's convention is in charge saints. Even today, Mr. Nock ex- will be held next Thursday, as the
plays, one of which wilE be se- ported safe. of the officers of the Michigan-In- plained, the Christian holidays of Natural Science auditorium is being
Authors Asssociation lected for production this The freighter Donaldson, over- I diana Museums association, associ- Christmas and Easter embody many used at the regular election hour
spring, will be held during the due at Superior, Wisconsin, since ated with the local museum heads. pagan customs coming from age- on Wednesday. The vote, in gen-
-t Meet Next Week- second'semester, the plays to Tuesday, arrived'there from Apos- Edward M. Brigham, Jr., secretary- old mystery religions. , eral will be conducted the same as
o be due some time in April with ( te Island, where it had put in to treasurer of the organization, hand- Mr. Nock belongs to the younger the previous Literary elections.
Conrad to Give Talk announcement of the exact escape the fury of the storm. led the advance information to generation of British scholars, and Students with from 26 to 55 hours
tt ,, U date later.
The old wooden freighter H. J. members of the association, and a has already attained some note as inclusive will be allowed to vote.
It is hoped that a book of Nessen went to pieces last night on record - breaking attendance ex- a scholar in ancient religions and Semesters on the campus will not
the best plays of the year will a sand bar off Leamington, On-i pected. in papyrology. Accoding to Mr, be considered. Candidates will also
eybe printed. tanio Its crew of 13 was rescued.- Nock, the general library at Michi- be required to present eligibilityt
Oscar . Campell an has the fourth largest colec- slips.i
Speak on The Whole Day Oscar J. Campbell The sand-sucker, C. W. Caldwell, Ho
of an Author." Peter M. Jack was grounded only five miles near ope for Monoplane Lion of papyri in the world.
Valentine B. Windt Pelee Light. Its crew also was Lost at Sea Fades Nock has been invited to Harvard SPHINX INITIATES
Lawrence H. Conrad, formerly of1 -saved. - University to serve as temporary TEN AT MEETING
the rhetoric department and now .Twenty-three persons were res- (By Associated Press) j lecturer due to the sudden retire-
president of the Michigan Authors Junior Forestry Head cued from the grounded steamer NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 24.-A Iment of Prof. George Foot Moore;
association, will preside at the fall Is Langen, Not Jacobs Maplecourt, held fast on Magnetic clue to the fate of the midget mono- however, Mr. Nock plans to resume prof. Wagner Speaks at Banquet
meeting of the organization which I I Reef near Cackburn Islands, in up- plane, Golden Hind, was born yes- his studies at Cambridge withxtthe Following Installation
will be held Saturday night, Nov. John Q. Langen was chosen pres- j per Lake Huron, by coast guards terday only to live a few hours and next two months. at Union
2, in the League building. Mr. Con- ident of the Junior Forestry stu- early today. The ore carrier Wil- when it died the plane and its one
rad will address the association on' dents at the class's recent election, liam B. Pilkey, was stranded off man crew seemed beyond even the President Picks DawesI
the subject "The Whole Duty of an He won six to four over William F. Gravel Island, near Detour, but faintest hope for surviving their o LndnDele t Sphinx, honorary junior Literary
A Jacobs, who was yesterday an- word of its crew of 32 had not been attempted crossing of the Atlantic. Delegation society, initiated 10 members yes-P
Dr. Edward D. Mimnent, presi- nounced the class leader. received early tonight. The Newfoundland-government'- terday afternoon at a private in- ;
deto oecollege, will be the thjcas(ladr.meeiedealytongh.eewoudPndgoermet)
dent of Hopeke at the meeting. steamer Kyle relayed a report that I(By Asjocited Press) j stallation. Following the ceremony r
principal speaker t PROF. WORLE Y CO MPARES AIRPLANE an undentified ship had found a WASHINGTON, D. C. Oct. 24- a banquet at Prof. Charles Wagner,f
The title of his talk is A Study in WbiAT AfAbEECA IEnt orkndra wrekgarsenHorhsdiddnf hRmneLn gedprE.ideiptnftg hhetRnmChre.Dasmag-mtedrrdteirae d
Endcs:' WITH AUTO AS PA SSENGER CARRIER ° i fbakadoag rcae rsdn ooe a eie ojo h oac agaedpat
Dinner will be served to members incotthaumblexeste a description fitting the craft ofj name Charles G. Dawes, embassa- ment, addressed the initiates andIc
s ing cost, the automobile excels the Urban F. Diteman, Jr., and for a dor to Great Britain, as a fourth the inactive members was held at
of the Authors association and their I Forecasts Speeding up of Land airplane, Professor Worley believes. a time the flyer's fate was tenta- member of the American delegation the Union. An initiation of anc
friends at seven o'clock and re - '
servations should be made with Travel by Improvement "Upon inquiry it has been found tively decided. The Newfoundland to the London naval limitation con- equal number of Literary juniors'
s. shoul H eomdecth f Hiha that the automobile of today is government, however, denied the I ferene. will be held later in the fall.
the League. Tickets priced at ag capable of a 'road' speed of 60 to authenticity of the message, and Ambassador Dawes is not in this The new members are: Georgei
dollar and a half will be available 75 miles per hour," he said, "and there were left only the chance country on a leave of absence and Hofmeistr, James Simall, Kasper1
at the door. Music will be provided "Americans have the desire to John R. Effinger, Jr., '30, was that Diteman had landed in Green- is expected to come to Washington Halverson, Wallace Wessels, Bruce s
through the courtesy of Charles A. ! own their own vehicles, and to elected sectretary-treasurer yester- land or had been picked up by a for conference with the President Palmer, Clifford Murray, Cadwellt
Sink, of the School of Music. have them at their place of resi-, day of Mims, honorary campus ship without wireless. I and Secretary Stimson before re- Swanson, Walter Wilds, William
dence so they may use them on a I dramatic organization, at a meeting ---I-turning to his post. Mr. Stimson Garrison, and Whitfield Hillyer
moment's notice," said Prof. John held in the theatre yesterday. Ef- will be the Chairman of the Ameri--
A ir S i S. Worley, of the engineering de- finger is also stage manager and l canweathe can delegation. Three B. M. O. C.'s Bum
Inaugurates Drive partment, in commenting on the I assistant chairman of "Merie-Go- The President will name either T rd G
modern problems of passenger Round," the twenty-fourth annual one or two others to the delegation,TenderRdetoGame
Inaugurating a drive for new transportation. production of the Union Opera, v '
members, representatives of the "The only means of transporta- which is sponsored by the Mimes Pennsylvania Railroad Seated on top of the tender of
Architectural socity are distribut- tion we have today which ap-organization.ara the train that carried the Wolver-
-___uio .ae oaYa-orizto. Mares New ,Agreemen in aid tam to Chiao three

were more yells and songs as late-
comers augmented the crowd to
more than 2,500.
Team Will Fight-Kipke
"The boys are certainly not dis-
couraged with the spirit of the stu-
dents," Coach Kipke said when
called from the special coach that
will carry the team to Chicago, aft-
er persistert yells sought his pres-
",...

ence. "The football squad has been
through a tough week and will
work hard for a victory."
"The team is going to fight like
hell" Captain Joe Truskowski de-
clared .frankly after thanking the
students for their support when he
was c'alled out. Otto Pommerening,
Michigan's 1928 All-American, and
now a coach, also praised the spirit
of the send-off.
Players Given Cheers.
Fielding H. Yost, the famous Wol-
verine mentor, likewise appeared
but made no speech. Each member
of the squad then came out, gave
a few remarks and received an in-
dividual cheer by the huge crowd
that had now assembled.
"The Student council wishes to
express its sincere appreciation to
the Michigan band and the stu-
dents that turned out for the send-
off"' ernest C. Reif, '30, president of
the, council said last night after the
affair. "We are glad to know that
the stuient body still has the true
Michigan spiritundismayed by the
two defeats," he said.
Mimes Ticket Sale
for Opening Drama
to Continue Today
Presentation of Galsworthy Play
Old English' to Run
Entire Week.
Seat sale for John Galeswothy's
"Old English" which is to be pre-
sented by Mimes next week is con-
tinuing at the theatre. Mail orders
are being filled in the order in
which they are received, and the

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box office is open each day for the
advance sale.
This first production by the
Mimes organization for the current
season, will be given each night
next week, from Monday, October
28 through Saturday, November 2.
A matinee will be given on Satur-
day afternoon, November 2.
The cast for the production in-
cludes Ken White, '29, who will play
George Arliss' original role, Truse-
dale Mayers, '30, Gearge Preihs, '30,
David Hempstead, '31, Norman
Brown, '30, Arthur Sutton, '29, Jo-
sephine Rankin, '30, Eugenie Chap-
el, '32 and Ruth McCormick, '30.
Seats for each eveing perform-
ance are priced at 75 cents, and
the seats for the matinee on Sat-
urday are 50 cents.
Effinger Is Elected
Secretary of Mimes
John R. Fflineer. Jr.. 130. as'Xr

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