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Wolverine Veteran
Will Start at Gu

Small Turnout for Harvard Pep Meeting
Shows Lack of Interest, Watkins Believes
PRESS u1RE SSES Ihnhwythsdndn'te
Ph EoyisEo bamehehuforthoort out. This afternoon, I sat in a tailor
team, and if the students will shop for about 20 minutes and the
A 9 AN NU91OA asiotingad iandhwatudnfthsdrigtwiillwa hee Bc
fight for the Wolverines instead of tailor sent out about 25 dinner suits
sitting 'back and waiting for theI during the time I was there. Back
New York Times Staff Member breaks, Michigan will bat Har-, n the old days, there wasn't that
"Te ut o Uicd Sates K.Watkins,11 ardirolt i tewhole
Speaks on "The Duty of United States district attorney at University."
a Newspaper. " Detroit, told the students that Carroll B. "Hap" iaff, 15L, who
--- partly filled Hill auditorium for the dchers at the last Michigan-
DIRECTOR GIVES TALK pep-meeting last night. Harvard football game, at Cam-
"Waiting for the breaks don't bridge in 1914, was at the pep-meet- I
win a ball game, you have got to ing and was also disappointed with
Smith Starts ]Heated Discussion go and mate the breaks. The tro- the turn out. He declared that the)
on Place of Propagandist ble with football at the University student support was "lousy" and
in Profession. 1 now is that the students are not that Michigan would have a weak
willing to get out and work for their team as long as they were weak i
'Using the recent fluctuations of team," Watkins declared. He wa his challenge however and returned
the stock market as illustrative of sorely disappointed with the turn- the loudest yell of the meeting
~~suet eldadsn.a instance when the newspapers out and the mannerIin which thethlodtyllftemein
anisanewe tenwsaesstudents yelled and sang. when ilaff led a locomotive. t
of the country can keep the pub- "When I was a student there were Two other yellmasters of former h
lie reliably informed, to the latter's about half as many in the Univer- years were present and led several b
great convenience, Louis Wiley of sity, but when we had a pep-meet- cheers. They were Paul Endriss, '2, f
ing you couldnt find a vacant seat nd Lyan "'ed" Glasgow, who ist
the New York Times described "The __ngyou__ouldntindavacantseatnoted for his version of a mob T
Newspaper's Duty" in an address lfr scene, which was practiced last a
before the annual banquet of the IHInight and will be used tomorrow at
University Press club of Michigan, Dthe .Attorney Watkins was se- i
now in convention. P I V DD PUI cured to talk at the pep-meeting
Wiley further showed how thc after a previously arranged speaker f
iy fh o rr r iwas not able to attend.
newspapers o h o nr ep r __________________________
ed the actual machinations of the Thirty-Nine Students Elected to 1T
stock market for the scrutiny of National Scholastic a
the public, and also related stow the Frtriy
press fulfilled the important F e.is- d
sion of providing sound interprc- SWINTON IS SECRETARY gN E uu ivOM rLE[ION &
tation and warnings against fur- ;__
ther speculation with attendant Announcement of the election of .f
losses, thus abeyiig somewhat the 39 seniors of the University to Phiia Contracts for Construction
downward trend. Kappa Phi, national honor society, of New Building Expected C+
Wiley also narrated how the was made late yesterday by Prof. to be Signed Soon. c
press of the nation could provide Roy S. Swinton, secretary. Mem- - si
news of a tonic sort, designed to ICĀ®ST WILL BE REDUCED
presnt rliaby an seniblythe bershnip in Phi Kappa Phi is based ICS ILB EUE
present reliably and sensibly the on,a student's scholastic and extra- -- IT
happenings of the world, without curricula record. Scholarship is the Final contracts for the construe- n
bias ostSpks.prine consideration, however. tion of the proposed University t
Dirc or Fieln . YNotices of the election will be dormitory on Observatory street
Director Fielding H. Yost -con- ,ett h tdnswti h arc expected to be signed within a c
luded last night's program withi sent t the students within the a~epce ob indwti
dnext few days. They will be sent few days, it was announced yester- w
his talk on "Men and Athletics". to addresses in the new Student di- day. Construction will begin soon. w
Director Yost delivered a scathing Officials of Pehrson brothers, the
indictment of the Carnegie report's rectories and if in any case this is DtOi o cs on boa,
~not correct, the student should get Detroit construction company,
criticism of the West Conference's in ou ith Professor Swinton, n which is to build the dormitory,
and particularly Michigan's meth- room 302 of the Engineering an- haVC already signed a tentative
ods of recruiting athletes. "If any- ! agreement to construct the build-i
one, anywhere in this country, has I ig, and have put up their tool
any information or any facts Stdents elected to the society sheds at the observatory street site.
which show that any member noware: College of Literature, Science: Final papers will be signed as
competing with our athletic teamsand the Arts; February Graduates, soon as the architects succeed in 1
has been subsidized or recruited: Hugh A. Fulton, Lee Weiselberg, changing the plans to meet the re- t
against the conference regulations, Doris H. Kuhn, J. B. Allan Seager, uircments both of University offi- t
I personally shall see to it that that Otto G. Graf, and Marie E. Cimini; vials and of the Guardian Trust p
boy does not appear on the field in June graduates, Maurice S. Brown,c pany which oive fnnilt
Edith V. Egeland, Ferdinand A. J.cmay hc t iefnnil
tomorrw's gae." , backing to the dormitory cons rtu-
tomorrow's game." Fendler Edward C. Curran, Mar-l
Yost concluded his talk with a lri. Edw ar C. rr, r- fhsy
plea for loyalty to the coaches and Jorie R. Bettler, Mary K. Orr, Rob- Before both he University and
thetem, olin boh o b "heert M. Hickey, Harold Plsikow, the finalal company canl be sat-
the team, holding both to be "the ;Roya W. Wates, Hiaings A. Brui ;" mancagf
finest, cleanest, and most upright RylW atrs atnsA r yfiecJ thecot f rose
group of men engaged in. athletics baker, Max Newman, William R. building must be pared to $950,000,
in the country."nh Althans, Harry Swartz, and Kath- 1 without any major changes being
mthe tr erine Chase. made in the appearance of thec
College of Engineering; Febru- building. The original cost was es-
A heated discussion, induced by ry graduates, Karl Mamnermeyer timated at $1,000,000, but the Guar-
the statements of George H. E. and John F. Le Maistre; June grad- dian Trust company is willing tot
Smith, executive secretary of the uates, Fernando A. Aragon, Wilbur loan only $850,000; and this sum,!
League beNtosasoito,- IC. Schroeder, Allan D. Foi'bes, Ed- plus $100,000 which the Detroit'
fore this morning's session of thea
press Cglr, was the most prominent ward F. Yendall, and Paul Kuhn.; Alumnae association has guaran- 1
hihih ofub, wa theoday prsmensSchool of Education; February teed to raise, represents the totalk
highlight of today's meetings. graduates, Edna Beryl Montgoin- funds available for dormitory con-t
Smith declared that "The propa erie, Rose Nadine Stewart, and struction
gandist is here to stay. He mus 'Ruby Bell Hammond; June grad- As soon as enuogh minor changes
be aided to surround his chosen uates, Bertus Lloyd Boone, School arc made in the interior of theI
profession with a code of ethics of Dentristry; Scott Travis Holmes, (Continued on Page 2, Col. 4)
as high as that found in any of the Kenneth Page Clarke, and Herman
The speaker also voiced thecon- Tennenbaum. School of Medicine; Students Can Obtain
viction that the press of the United Richard H. Freyberg, Sherwood R.1
Stateo sshtes res with nitras Russell, Frederick C. Lendrum. Permission to Drive 7
States possessed within its grasp Charles L,. Hudson, and Vaughan t
the means of forcing propagandists H. Morrisey. A
to work in the open, and to leave -.Morrises.utos Over Weekend
their information undistorted. But'
"the propagandist will not always Stock Exchange Quie Students whose parents will be ina
describe the'unseene vironmntasPrices Drop Again Ann Arbor today may secure specialz
accurately. Being a special pleader, permission to drive their parents'
he will set forth only those facts (By Associated Press) k automobiles for family use if theyc

which he thinks will induce read- NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. .-- apply before noon at the office ofi
ers to his cause." iTrading in stocks retprned to al- the dean of students, it was an-a
"Propagandists say that news- most normal basis today but the nounced yesterday by Walter B.-
papers, being in themselves propa- accumulation of work from recent Rea, assistant to the dean in charge
ganda agencies, would accept in- big markets was,still so great that of automobile regulations.-
terested items on their merits and Governors of both the New York In order to secure one of the
news. The trouble with that is Stock Exchange and New York special permits, it will be necessary
that "interested" items are like Curb voted to continue the abbrev- for the student to present a signed
bacon from the corner market-a iate schedule next week. request from one of his parents that
thin strip of meat runnipg through The hours of trading will be the request be granted and have
a mass of :fat. More often, what from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Monday information regarding the make, li-)
th nr.nnaandist seks to nublish f.... tAnv +n-M t owith the rne numher, and model of the




Contest ArrangementsI

Made Under Direction of
Richard Colc.
Contests Consist of Cane Spree.
Pillow Fights, and
Flag Rushes.
Today is the day. For two months
hhe sophomores and the freshmen
nave been seeking each other's
lood and this morning they will
ight out the traditional rivalry in
he fall games at South Ferry field.
'he underclass struggle will follow
week of organization, meetings,
ep-sessions to build up class spir-
t, and the issuing of challenges to)
he respective opponents. h
For the freshmen it will be the
irst underclass games and for the'
ophomores the third. The class of
32 has won its previous two and
ire out for a clean sweep).
Assemble at 9 O'clok. 1
Assembling at 9 o'clock the un-

Capacity Crowd Is Expected at Homecoming
Game; Both Teams Have Been
Defeated This Year.
Dv Edword L. IWarner, Sports Edilor .
For the first time in gridiron annals a Harvard eleven will play
in the Middle West when Coach Arnold Horween leads his Crimson
warriors onto the new stadium turf at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon for
the important intersectional battle with the men of Michigan. Marking
the resumption of football relations with Harvard after 15 years, the
contest will see the Wolverines striving to break precedent and score their
first victory over a Crimson team.
lomecoming ,will attract a huge throng to Ann Arbor which viil
more than fill the stadium, while 12,0ooHarvard' alumni are expected
from all parts of the country to see their alma'mater make its initial
appearance on a Big Ten gridiron. Harvard's only other invasion of
the West occurred when the Crimson played a post-season gane Ott
Pasadena in the famous Rose Bowl.
Although both teams have suffer-
eddefeat earlier in the season, this
is not expected to detract from the
interest of the game. Both, Kipke
and Horween have been pointing
9NU911S~jtheir charges for this meeting in
_ which the relative mrits of foot-
Sophomores Must P a y forlayd in thEastndin
the West wl be on display. In oth-
Damage Done on Campus er years Michigan elevens have en
Thursday Night. countered eastern teams, but pe-
:.,,;r.. airr f3!IN a e tari 'i' :f.tt

Howard Poe, '30.
Veteran Michigan lineman, who
will be in at his regular guard po-
sition when the Maize and Blue
tackles Harvard today in one ofE
the biggest intersectional struggl-s
of the current football season.

lerclass men will parade down I Uli AMU i n uI o 111I i i culiar signiticance sees w aura Iii
State street to the field where the U K !'to this contest bringing together
;ames will begin promptly at 10 ilCOUNCIL TAKES ACTION two of the oldest universities in
o'clock. their respective sections, of the
Arrangements for the class strug- ToLUV Class spirit this week reaching, country.
;le have been made by the Student exceptional heights- for- the -two- After losing successively to Pur-
,ouncil under the direction of Rich - ' ib-de Oi ttad lios h
ird Cole, '30. Final plans are all Michigan Night Program Will lower classes of the University be- uehio State, and Ilnoi, te
omplete, Cole stated last night. As- Open With Talk on Vein cause of the fall games today, to revamp its lineup and prepare
isting him in the handling of the Treatment Thursday night turned into vat'- for the Harvard struggle. Follow-
ames will be the undergraduate -I dalism. And today 'appropriate ing the Illinois defeat, a feeling of
members of the "M" club, and the disciplinary action was taken by lethargy and dispair seemed to pall
aembers of the honor societies of COURTIS WILL LECTURE the Student council on the sopho-, over the Maize and Blue camp, but
he campus, and of the council. I -more class. in the last few days a new spirit
The freshmen will meet at 9 o'- Prof. Henry K. Ransom, of the Consequently the class of '32 will has pervaded the ranks of the team.
rlock onthe steps of the Uion, Medical School, is scheduled to have to replace the rope cut from 1"'Beat Harvard" - has become the
vhere they will don their green open tonight's Michigan Night the University flag pole shortly I battle cry, while the players have
rde to the field. The sophomore,, radio program with a discussion of after midnight yesterday morning evidenced more pep and drive dur-
embling W a yand to remove the challenging ing their practice sessions under
ssemblingat Waterman gymnas- recently discovered methods of posters from University buildings Kipke and his assistants.
um, will paint themselves red, and'treating varicose veins. This will and numerous Ann Arbor storer
march across the campus before Had Promising Outlook.
ling in behind the first year stu- Ibe in accordance with the wishd windows, - where they were stuck With a promising outlook to start
dents. of many listeners who have re- with a compound of glue and alco- the season, Harvard's 1929 team
Freshmen to Take W~est Side. +quested such information, says hol during their night spree. All has not quite fulfilled the expecta-
On reaching the field the fresh- Prof. Waldo Abbot of the rhetoric costs that will be incurred by the ons of its supporters. A speeta-
On rachig te fild he feshBuilding and Grounds department
men will take the west side of the department, director and an- Buiing Gu d partme- cular pass in the last minute of
grounds for their encampment, and nouncer of the Morris hall studio, in repairing the damage will like- play !tied Army, 20-20, but the next
he sophomores will have the op- Next on the one hour program wise be stood by the class,t week a Big Green team, led by one
posit e endl. Spectators arc asked which will be broadcast from 7 to council decreed.I Al Marsters, camne down from
by the council to stand at either 8 o'clock over station WJR, De- With legitimate intentions of x- I Rartinouth to humble Coach Hor-
the north or south side of the field. troit, will be Prof. William Herbert plicitly informing the freshmen' ween's eleven, 34-7. Last week the
The games will consist of three Hobbs, head of the geology de- that were out for blood in the fall Crimson scored on unimpressive
contests, the cane spree, the pil- partment, who will talk of his ex- games, about two score sophomores 14-0 victory over Florida, winning
low fight, and the flag rushes. The periences as director of the Uni- set out Thursday night. They had on straight football.
first two count one point each, and, versity's expeditions to Greenland. with them a hundred odd posters, For the last fortnight Michigan's
ach one of the three flags cap- Although Professor Hobbs is pri- which bore quotations from coaches have concentrated on in-
ured or held, as the case may be, marly interested in geology, he has Sophocles' works, distorted mto jecting an offensive punch in the
counting one point. Three of the made several trips to Greenland challenges to the first year stu- team, something that has been
possible five points will win the with the expeditionis and will have. dents, and with several pails of woefully lacking to date. Although
games for either class,' many in tercstin g facts to present glue and paste. Iweul akn odt.Atog
The pillow fight, the first con- a to the radio audience. p n But when they had finished their their defense has been fairly adt
est, calls for five sophomores and Third on the speaker's list will be I work not only the diagonal walk, quate, with the exception of that
ive freshmen. They will pair off, Prof. Stuart, A. Courtis, of the and numerous lamp posts, but also against forward passes, tie Wal-
and be seated atop a large saw School of Education, who will take windows in several Ann Arbo overing power.t demonstrated any
horse and each will endeavor to ' as his topic, "Scientific Books for stores, the blackbords and corridors scorig
knock the other off the horse. At Children." of Angell Hall were, unesthetically To this end Coach Kipke has jug-
the end of the ten minute period. Several musical selections will be decorated with the posters. gled his lineup, sending Captain
the class having the largest num- given by a string ensemble under -iTriskowski back to his old end
ber on the horses and with their the direction of Prof.DavidBE post, and putting in "Doe" Mori-
pillows will win the point. Mattern, of the School of Music. City'H ' WillLbe ison at fullback. Joe Gembis and
For the cane spree ten men from The ensemble is comprised of stu-' /lMorrison will provide driving pow-
one class will pair off with ten of dents as are all musical organiza- Offered Last Time er for line plays with their weight
the other and will strUggle for ten tion which broadcast over the and brawn, while the latter is val-
minutes for possession of the cane. MichiganNight Programs. by Dlay Prod.CAI. uable in backing up the line.
The method of scoring for this For the first time this year the "Ducky" Simrall and Al Dalilem,
event will be the s e as for the udioill be open tonight to those O-both capable ball carrierrs will sup-
pillow fight. d . p . yOne moreperformance of"City mythe necessary speed for the
Three flag; poles have been erect- } who wish to obseve the broadcast- I Haul" by William Thurnau, '29, will; Wolverine backfld quartet. Sim-
ed for the rush. The freshmen will ;g, Ajbo states. be given tonight by Play Produc- rall will call signals.
be on the defense and the sopho--------~- tion at the Lydia Mendelssohn the- rail willAcal, signals
mores attacking. The sophomores Centered in I atre. A few seats still remain for i Por maik and Auer, through
entr In- their effective work in practice this
have- but 15 minutes .to capture ).the performance and may be se- week, have earned the two tackle
each flag, and if they are success- Intersectional Games I cured at the box office of the thea- berths. Bill Hewitt will pair with
ful will win one point, per flag, if ter. rthas il Hei t hrll ndair i -
not, the freshmen take a point. (By Associated Prcss) "City Haul" is a three-act stud- Truskowski at the other end posi-
Wearing of leather or otherwise CHICAGO, Ill., Nov. 8.-The s ent written play which tied for first icanwileinkPand2Poe.ar)
hard or soiled shoes will not be per- brightest intersectional day in place in the contest held last year (Continued On Page 2, Col. 2)
mitted of those taking part in the Western Conference gridiron his- by the Division of English.- The PROBABLE LINEPS.
rushes. tory comes tomorrow, with two of characters in the play are all por- I
the outstanding elevens in the trayed by students in the Play Pro- Michigan Harvard
East, Harvard and the Army in- . duction courses, and a cast of ap- Truskowskl .....LE...... Douglass
We t x I vading the middle West to meet proximately 60 are appearing in a Poorman ......LT........ Barrett
Michigan and Illinois in a hair of campus dramatic production for Poe .. . . ...LG ....... . . Trainer
I h igproductonsPoe........t.......Traine
the biggest East-West battles of the the first time. The presentation is
11929 campaign. , being sponsored by the Division of - Bovard.............. B. Ticknor

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