VOL. XL, NO. 43.
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1929 EIGHT PAGES
CHARLES E HUHES"Bo;"ea , kePs Bt 'WASHINGTON GETS
WILL APPEAR HERE' Lead in Big Ten JAPANESE NAVA
Purdue Team Nears Big Ten
IN LECTURE SERIESTitle as Pass Attack Wins PREMAf
C~MILNApa London Singers Will ~ini-
RE CHAMBERLIN arVN AND BEMS ARE STARS
T in Hill Auditorium
Paderewski's Recital Postponed
AT CONVOCATION Until January Because of ASU N I D VIARSITY OUUIL91S
Director of Dartmouth Student Tuesday night the English Sing- MI NNESOTA IN AL DPARTMENTS
! fa rc Jof 'JL d ill trHc i a fha thi±d
Former Secretary of State Will
(By AssocatedPress) Ambassador Debuchi Announces)
Deliver Six Speeches on LAFAYETTE, Ind., No v Stand of Japan on Naval
long forward pass that sailed i
American Government. j through the air straight as a shot Arms Limitation.
behind Iowa's goal line gave Pur-
IS EMINENT STATESMAN due, the only undefeated eleven inI U. S. VIEW UNCERTAIN
the Western Conference, a brilliant ,
7-0 victory over the Hawkeyes to-I
To Appear in Ann Arbor Under day. Delegation Will Stop at Capital!
Auspices of William Cook Purdue, undiefeated in six gashes, to Confer With Stimson
Lecture Foundation. four of them in Conference compe- Before Parley.
tion, conquer d the Hawkeyes with ____
two amazing aerial shots after the (
Charlei Evans Hughes, member powerful Iowa line had refused to (Ny AssNovated Pre)s
of the permanent court of inter- yield to the smashes of the Boiler- WASHINGTON, Nov. 18.-Amba-
national justice and former secre- maker's backfield trio--"Pest" sador Debuchi of Japan has laid!
tary of state, has been secured to Welch, Harmeson and the batter- 'before the Washington government
deliver a series of six lectures on ing ram, Yunevich. the complete case in which the Jap-,
American government institutions Purdue cut loose with it's winning anese delegation will put forward
aerial stroke early in the second
before University students it was period with Glenn Harmeson. sen- at the forthcoming naval confer-
announced yesterday by Dr. Frank sational halfback, tossing the pass- ence in London in its demand for a
E. Robbins, assistant to the press- es that moved the Boilermakers ratio of 70 per cent for the Japan-
dent. .ithinone step of their first cham- ese navy.
i pionship since the Big Ten was
While the exact dates of the lec- formed 32 years age. They need only The Japanese decision to urge a
tures have not been arranged, the to conquer Indiana a week hence to 10-10-7 ratio for the auxiliary
Will Speak in
ers o uonaon wi prsent tie nra
of a series of Choral Union con-.
certs at Hill Auditorium. The pro-
gram by the Singers will consist of:
madrigals, conzonets, ballets, and
This organization is made up of
six British musicians who have
worked together for many years.
The personal of the group is Flora
Pass to Red Wilson Places Ball in Position to
Speech Title to be "What Shall
We Do With Our Parents?";
for Extra Point.
first of the series, on "American become undisputed titla holders, ships of the American, British and
Institutions," will be given shortly victorious in every contest. ; Japanese navies, in place of the
after the first of next year, it was - The largest crowd that ever jam- 5-5-3 ratio established for capital
indicated by messages received med Purdue's band-box stadium,
from Mr. Hughes, who said that he 26,000 spectators, saw every kd of ships at the Washington confer-
was unable to announce the exact football in one game. ence, will be the principal matter
date because of numerous other en-!I for discussion when the Japanese
gagements tentatively scheduled; delegation arrive in Washington
for the first part of January. 8extion. i
p y next month.
Will Be First of Series. To Confer With Stimson.
Mr. Hughes will be brought here [iThe delgation will spend three
on the William B. Cook foundation, ALand a half days in Washington enI
a lecture endowment recently pro- I route to the parley, conferring with
vided by the donor of the Law club 1~~~Secretary Stimson and other mem-
and of the legal research building Varied Offense Used by Junior bers of the American delegation.
wow under construtiol.cMr.eHughes Varsity in Winning Over Both American and Japanese of
will deliver the first lecture series ficials are looking forward to thel
to be given on this, foundation. State College, 13-6. informal conversation between thej
President Emeritus H. B. Hutch- two delegations as being of the ut-
ins, chairman of a committee to SCORE IN FIRST PERIOD most importance, and providing the t
arrange speakers for the Cook foun- final opportunity for clearing up
-------'-.Y AfinalIYopportunity forNiclearingYup
lation lecurers, an oid friend and By Joe Russell a number of outstanding problems
associate of Mr. Hughes, secured the Plunging and passing its way to concerning the American and Jap-j
jurist for the lecture series here, its second victory in as many weeks anese navies before the conference
The engagement will bring Mr. over the two best teams in Michi- meets January 21.
Hughes here for the first time in gan Collegiate Conference the Wil- While there has been no state-;
many years. verine Junior Varsity trampled on ment
Beaten in 1916 Election. WetenStteTacerenteo regarding the attitude of the
Beaen n 916Elctin- Western State Teachers College American government toward the
In the light of the international yesterday afternoon, 13-7. Coach Arican ovnet the
distinction Mr. Hughes has won as JCourtright's proteges unleashed a ropos to inokease the
secretary of state in the cabinetsbeidengtac nthopin ratio, it is known to look upon the
secrtaryof tatem th ca Is bewildering attack in the opening; question as one which night lead f
of Presidents Harding and Coolidge, period which completely baffled the other nations to demand an in-
and as a member of the permanent Normal defense and netted two other n atio s. an in-
court of international relations, touchdowns and one point after crease in their ratios. The policy
men retain only passing recollec- 'touchdown. in naval tonnage is one to which
tions of the day when Hughs went On the first play after the open- nv both the United States and Japan
down to defeat in the closely-fought ing kick-oft Berkowitz took a tat- bohe Unit tes J
presidential campaign waged be- eral pass from Widman and made a are firml g cte
tweenUrged Large Ratio Before.
tween him and Wilson in 1916. 20-yard run in midfield, here the The demand boy Japanese for an
One of the few men to escape po- visitors held for two downs and rn
litical oblivion after a defeat In the Didmgn kicked. Western State increased ration is not a new one,
presidential election, candidacy in was unable to gain through the since the Japanese delegationat
which is usually the high point in stubbern Michigan line and Fendt both the Washington arms confer-
an individual's political achieve- punted poorly to his own 44-yard ence and the tripartite, conference
ment, Mr. Hughes has of late years line, but Berkowitz again brokerof 1927 urged inaPublisntimet
performed feats which gave his away and carried the ball to the - intJapof 10-10-7. Publisn e
fame a more lasting foundation, Teachers' 27-yard line. On the first Ithe Washing onbeen rong sinca
political scientists hold, than his play Widman tossed a pass to Wills t .heWaion c
career in national party politics. who caught the ball near the side- higer rtio.
lines and dodged his way 15 yards Japans case in urging this u-
jfGto the goal line for the first score chides a nuuber of arguments put
GOO I LOSINGof the game. Miller's try for goal forward frequently by other powers
FIGHT FOR LIFE was blocked by Bates, Normal for a large defensive strength.tOne
tackleis that Japan's universal trade
Later in the same period the routes, through possession of one
physician's Report Unfavorable Wolf Cubs started a drive down the of the world's largest merchant ma-
on Condition. field from their own 20-yard line rines, makes a strong protective
( which terminated with Berkowitz navy essential. Linked cl y wit
(By Associated Press) plunging over the goal for the sec- this argument is the contention
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 - "A ond touchdown of the game. The that Japan as a strictly Island em-
1 entire Michigan backfield partici- pire could in war be time shut off
marked fatigue" in the condition ( pated in this long advance with from food supplies. The nation, it
of James W. Good, Secretary of Berkowitz, Wills and Widman tear- is contended is not self-sustaining,
War, was reported tonight by the ing off long runs which ranged being much in the same position in
physician at his bedside as he re- from 5 to 25 yards. Miller added the relation to food sources as the Brit-
sisted the infection after an emer- extra point with a perfect place- ish Isles.
gency operation for the appendici- The Michigan attack appeared
tis last Wednesday. unstopable in this opening quarter STATISTICS OF
The fatigue was regarded by the (Continued on Page 6, Col. 1)S
physician as an unhopeful signI GOPHER GAME
even though they said septic symp- TICKETS ON SALE
toms had not progressed. FOR 'THE JEST'!
Earlier in the night a slight im- MiFORn THEshngT, First Dswns.
provement had been noticed in the I Michigan, by rushing 6, pass-
Secretary's condition when it was Comedy Club Will Present Plays ing 3.
reported his pulse, respiration, tem- Y Minnesota, by rushing, 6 pass-
perature and blood count were bet- Starting on Tuesday. ing 2.
ter. His physician also had ad - Forward Passes.
ministered nourishmentwhich was1 Seat sale for Comedy Club's pre- Michigan-Attempted 8, inter-
retained. This also was regarded seritation of "The Jest," by Sem cepted 1; completed 3 for 50
as favorable. I Benelli will continue every day this yards.
.The slight improvement phys-M week at Wahs bookstore and the Minnesota-Attempted 15, in-
cianrs said might be only temporary box office of the Lydia Mendelssohn ercepted 1; completed 6 for 67
Harrison Will Sing. Mann, Nellie Carson, Lillian Ber- vBy dward I.. i'arner. Sports /ditor
--- ger, Norman Stone, Norman Not- .\lM MORIA L STADUlM, -MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. HIl.ittle C Red
Years of experience with college ;ley, and Cuthbert Kelly. \Vilson and big oe Gemis provided the impetus that gave lichigan's
students will form the background In the past five years the Eng- alert eleven a to 6 victory over the Gophers from Minnesota in a
of the address which the Rev. Roy lish Singers have sung over 400 con- hard-fought struggle here today. Trailing the Northmen 6 to o at the
Bullard Chamberlin, Fellow in Re cer ts in the United States and
ligion at Dartmouth college will Canada, 40 of which were in New beginning of the second half, the Wolverines launched an offensive in
deliver at 11 o'clock this morning York City. Last spring the group which Wilson carried the hall more than half the time and climaxed hi
at the concluding fall convocation appeared in Prague, Berlin, Paris efforts when he grabbed Genbis pass from between two Gophers f r a
arranged under the supervision of and London. The tour of this first down on the three yard lie. A fter Morrison took the ball over in
the Student council. country this year consists of a short two plays, Gembis stepped into the breach and won another game with
"What Shall We Do With Our eastern trip and the group is now his magic toe when he place-kicked the extra point to give hi. team
Parents," will be the Rev. Dr. on its way to the Pacific coast. its one point margin.
Chamberlin's subject. The speaker The Paderewski program, which In bringing the little Brown Jug back to Ann Arbor after a two
has for many years been a coun- was scheduled as the third of the j year stay in the North country, Coach, Kipke's men played the sae
sel on religious problems to under- series, has been postponed as pre- type of heads up football that beat 1larvard last week and that ha
graduates. He is at present director viously announced. characterized several of Michigan's victories over Coach Spear ivu1em-
of the student chapel at Dartmouthi Holders of season tickets are re- Ist em ntertaiinlrvly h ~~eie atdfri.
college. quested to detach coupon number sota teams in their traditional rivalr he W eres w ane oppotniv
An appeal for the students of the 3 from the rest and use coupon breaks and when an pum
University to attend the convoca- number 4 for this concert Tuesdayi1 came, they came throuh N 'a
tion in large numbers has been night. a play that surprised the.opher; and
made by Ernest C. Reif, '30, presi- Led directly to a touchdown.
dent of the council. The nature of Late in the third period Michi-
the address and the fact that the gk' r
te3 dlagl y ovgpepeo FS C NVE TOn R D ~blocked Pharmner's quick' ick
previous convocations have been at- and Poe recovered on the Michigin
tended largely by townspeople of A ndPe eovrd nth, Siiralt ty
Ann Arbor prompted the council -140-yard line.A pass, Sinral to
head to make the appeal. J$Ulcers o tomac s s uject 0 o embis accounted for one first
The Rev. Dr. Chamberlin is a Address by Professor in c down and then Wilson and Dyna-
graduate of Wesleyan college, Mid- ete J de
dleton, Conn., and of the Yale Di- Detroit Northwestern Takes - h . another on the
vinity school. During his under- Lrge ShresoeHno s Uopher onyt
urdat t - Ghee,.QIyr,.
graduate dayst Wesleyan he wass strpe.
extremely popular and was a star oCnlyNet-
athlete, being captain of the bas- ompetiion. "Wie'do not know the cause ot te thre yards
etbidl team and one of the bestM R S K ed o toach" se of ted0threeoyurds,
centers in the country, according to HAINES, MAURERSPEAK ulcers of the stomach," stated Prof.. so bn f o u r t h
Dr. Frank Robbins, assistant to the; ;Herman- H. Reicker, of the School d own and seven
president of the University, who kYesterday marked the closing ac- of Medicine, last night on the dto g ebki
was a student at the eastern col- tivities of the Michigan Interschol- Michigan Night radio program, "but dped bck i n
Shaving in mind their constantly * place kick for-
lege at the same time. astic Press association convention, recuring natu their teneny o mation. Simrall
Theodore Harrison, director of , recurring nature, their endency to
the University Men's Glee club, and with a general assembly at 10 serious complications, and the com- received the ball
nationally known in muic circles ,0o'clock in the morning, a conven- parative success of properly insti- t from center and
will sing the offertory solo at the tion luncheon in the Union, and istuted treatment, it seems advisable Gembs w h i te
service this morning. The remain- the "B" team game at Ferry field for this group of patients not to GEMlS he was running
her of the program has been ar- in the afternoon for the 180 dee- delay seeking early diagnosis and back. Joe 'then heaved a long pass
ranged on the same plan as the gates.elef" to *Wilson who neatly snatched 't
1 previous convocations. D ld :. aes d Wesley . Prof. John L. Bruam, head of the out of the air while surrounded by
_ Donad 1-1.Hainesand Weley H journalism department chose as his ;oto h i hl uruddb
Maurer of the journalism depart-j ste Minnesota players and fell on the
IRISIH WIN OVER ment addressed the general assem- 1topic, "Reading the Newspaper In- three-yard line. The score resulted
bly in the mornig, and Charles S. telagently." "News, he said is fter two plays.
TROJANS, 13 TO 12 Monroe, '30, prlsident of Sigma concerned very largely with the It was diminutiv"R"
Delta Chi, spoke at the luncheon. eruptive, the explosive, and the le ed Wilson
Huge Crowd Sees Notre Dame At that time George E" hurtful aspects of life. These must ho suppled the ofensive punch
'30, general chairman of the con- 'be discriminated and evaluated. The n went into re lace Dahld wh
Outplay Southern California. vention, made a presentation of reader's only defense against mud- sonwe n t in t hem en
awards for the winning scholastic 'dIe and often dangerous percep- the latter was hurt in th secon
(By Associated Press) publications. Detroit Northwestern tions of ideas, therefore, lies in the period, ca h mes in
SOLDIERS' FTELD, CHICAGO, was outstanding in the field, win- zealous cultivation of a critical at- dthesecond half for a total of 59
Nov. 18. - In a dramatic, fiercely ning the Sweepstakes cup, the titude toward what he reads in his yards. Although playing in only his
p p' second major game, the red-haired
fought battle, punctuated by a Magazine cup, and twosecond- daily newspapers.mtomeli'veteranhid
succession of spectacular passingi place awards. "It is easy to indict the public , pe a veteran in
and scoring plays, Notre Dame van- Simons stated last night that this press for sins of omission and com- .lashing off tackle or rounding the
quished Southern California, 13-12, year's convention was the most mision-for purveying news of ends for many substantial gains.
and swept on unbeaten toward the successful thus far attempted by icrime and scandal, for filling so Michigan outgained the Gophers
Hoosiers' goal of a national grid- the campus journalistic societies. niany of its columns with the tri- and also regis-
1 iron championship. vial and the anti-social, and for tered one more
In the lightning like surge of one:I neglecting its high function of first down, but
I of the greatest inter-sectional GRID IRES I TS Ifearless leadership. But in the final their opponents
games of the year, another thrill- GRID RESU -TS analysis the evil effects of the w crc always
ing chapter was added to the em- press are nurtured in the faults of dangerous. The
battled history of Soldiers' Field the readers." ! Wolverines to-
while the greatest crowd in the, "4 ^^ociated Pi d Third on the speak'r's list was I talled 142 yards
history of American football, 123,- Yale 13, Princeton 0. ;Prof. Howard M. Wright, of the from rushing to
000 looked on in frenzied excite- Notre Dame 13, U. S. C. 12. department of forest zoology, who Minnesota's 99
'ment. Purdue 7, Iowa 0. discussed Michigan's wild life sanc- yards, and had
Knute Rockne forgot his ailing North Carolina 26, Davidson 7. tuaries. The conservation of wild i the edge on
leg as his pupils scored a triumph W. Virginia Wesleyan 51, Beth- life with the State, he said, required first downs, 9 to
' that was more convincing than the any 0. the co-operation and support of g Ability to
one-point margin indicated, and Illinois 20, Chicago 6. every citizen to counteract the ef- break up passes
was almost pushed from his bed Detroit 25, Michigan State 0. feet of 350,000 hunters that have when the Go- MORRISON
by the Notre Dame supporters who Tennessee 13, Vanderbilt 0. pursued small game this fall. phers threatened in the second
had cheered their team's great G innal19, Norhetern 14. Carlton Wells of the rhetoric de- half was a large factor in protect-
rush, booed adverse decisions, and Drainnell 27, Carleton 6 partment, faculty adviser to foreign 'ing Michigan's slim one-point mar-
rwatched Big Jim Musick, Trojan ake 7, Iowa State 0. students, discussed the contribu- (Continued on Page 2, Col. 1)
fullback miss the kick that would nsas 13, Washington 0. tions made the University by the
have knotted the count after Saun St. Louis 6, S. Dakota 0. student representatives of approxi-
ders' sensational run.., r. mately 35 foreign countries. "Edu-T EU
Saunders taking Canideo's kick- Maryland 24, V. P. I 0.Ecation for the foreign student," he
off on his own five-yard line, turn- South Carolina 2, Herman 0. said, "is for him the supreme op- Minnesota Michigan
ed in the most spectacular play Louisiana 13, Mississippi 6. portunity and he needs no en- Anderson....LE.... Truskowski
when he dashed pell-mell through Ohio Wesleyan 53, Cincinnati 0. couragement to study. Munn .......,.LT... Poorman
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riod after Notre Dame had ralliea Dartmouth 18, Cornell 14. Oja. . .....C..... Bovard
to forge into a 13-6 lead. Bucknell 27, Penn State 6. I Kakela .. .., ...RG ..... Steinke
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