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17, 1929



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Anticipated Political Clashes
Cause Concentration
of Militia.
(T3y Associated Press)
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 16. - Cav-
alry and infantry contingents were
concentrated here and in the larger
cities of Mexico today in anticipa-
tion of clashes between rival po-
1ltical elements when the nation
votes for president Sunday.
The troops were ordered to re-
main in their barracks ready for
instant call to trouble centers, but
refraining from any action which
might be misconstrued as intimi-1
dating or influencing voters. Police;
and firemen will aid them in the
event of trouble.
All saloons were ordered to close]
from noon today till Monday. Sale_
of liquor meanwhile was prohibit-.
Political observers held it almost
certain that Pascual Ortiz Rubio,.
candidte of the National Revolu-,
ti'onary party, which the late Gen.
Alvaro Obregon founded, would de-
feat Jose Vasconcelos, candidate of.
the Anti-Re-electionist party.
Vasconcelos has considerable
strength in the cities, particularly
Mexico City and Tampico, but the
Oritz Rubio political machine is
nv--A. ~ r


Aviators Awarded Fly
in Refueling Air

Capt, Lowell Hr Smith (left), a
been awarded the distinguished f
in the refueling of airplanes whi
just announced, are pictured abov
ing in the field and has made the i
practical matter.
Date Is Picked for
London Conference
on Naval Limitation
Parley to Open on January 21;
Stimson Will Lead
U. S. Delegates.
(By Associated Press)

ing Cross for Work Mason Elected New
planes While in Flight Cead of FoundationI
Aeronautical Society Will Enter Greatest Bear Market in History
Planes in Competition Subject of Lecture
at Detroit Meet. at Union.
Michigan's glider section of the The ca ases and effects of the
Aeronautical Society will enter the greatest bear market in the history
competition in t h e duration 01 eith'ar the New York or London
flights, auto towing competition, stoek exchanges were lucidly pre-
flightyshe ighsntc d by Paul H. Clay, vice-presi-
and probably the distance flights denx: and chief statistician of the
at the gilder meet which will be Ui'Ated States Shares Corporation
held at the Ford Air Port and De- I1Of New York yesterday afternoon in
troit Municipal Air Port next Fri- t:Je Union before a large audience.
I .."Since the war," Mr. Clay said,'
A ssociated MPess Ph0 day and Saturday. t "industry in this country has been
nd Lieut. John P. Richter, who have The meet is being sponsored bysondutinizec nun cr ased
byn rs frterpine okso revolutionized and increased
lying cross for their pioneer workI the National Gliders Association in that private firms and corporations
Ie in flight, the War department has i
e. Their work has been outstand- keeping with National Glider week Asoc ar Press Pho o !found it profitable to lend money
efueling of planes while in flight a which begins November 18. Monday ax ason to other firms rather than to bor-
Will markoftheneirhileinnfvertary o The former President of the Uu- Irow it for their own establishment.
will mark the first anniversary of I .1
_ the establishment of the National versity of Chicago who was elect- Thus, much money was loaned on
Glidr .. ed president of the Rockefel- call by non-bankers who did not
G sciation. ,SNOW FoundatiLnLtosuced G'rghave the technical knowledge z e-
Ivan Stoughton, 31E, of the quisite for a banking business.
E. Vincent, who will retire Janu-
areonautical department, will do ElA panic among these lenders on
most of competition work of the 'ay 1 call-"bootleg" bankers Mr. Clay
local society. Stoughton has been FVterms them, was primarily respon-
inteeste inglidng fr sme tmesible for the great upheaval in the
1 IL L I'interested in gliding for some timermarket. The bootleg bankers
and was the twelfth student in the , FRO51 I withdrew their funds, which
Service Will Mark Forty-Seventh United States to receive a third- jJ fs lgIl amounted to 70 per cent of the
Anniversary of Unitarian class glider's license.! money on call, and comlete an-
U U ni oihilation of industry was avoided
Church in Ann Arbor. At a meeting of the executive only by the heroic acts of the New
board of the glider section, Thurs- ;York banks and the Federal Re-
TO USE NEW BUILDING day night, plans were made for the Poet of New England to Return serve banks who coilected huge
_______ purchase of a new glider. When it to Ann Arbor April 8-9 sums which they threw into the
Dr. Sidney Bruce Snow, president arrives the society will have three for Two Lectures. market.
of the Meadville Theological school gliders available for flight. "The immediate future, Vr.
of Chicago, will be the principal In speaking of the increased in- WAS FACULTY MEMBER pcestaed, "willo ee a rise in
speaker at a service of rededication terest in the National Gliders As- try are perfectly solid. The risks
sociatiohn, ErwardvS.tEvans, Detroit Robert Frost, "poet of New Eng- are gone. This is one of the great-
ma n h ot-eet ni automotive and aviation magnate !Robertea
versary of the original dedication who is president of the association land" and former member of the ; est bargain days in the history of
'of the Unitarian church, on Tues- said: "During the past year 18 University faculty, will,-return to the exchange. Optimism is preva-
clubslent. There is no longer a credit
day evening, Nov. 26. Dr. Snow will tcbsdhroughout the countryhare Ann Arbor April 8 and 9, it was Ii tion, the peril of this countr
discuss the future program of the alre i ve a n rehv announced yesterday. During his for the last year and a half. All
Church and outline new plans come in from over twenty foreign stay here, Mr. Frost will make at panics, with the possible exception
Following his speech, Dr. Rob'ert Ileast two public appearances, at of that in 1873, were soon counter-
Loring of Milwaukee a former one of which he will present a read- acted by that steady growth so pe-
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extei.ve WASHINGTON, Nov. 16.-The
In some sections, where the In- state department has informed
dian population is large, iabit Great Britain that Jan. 21 will be
ants, some advices have. said, are acceptable to the United States for
not aware that any one is running the inauguration of the London
against Oriz Rubio, who is a for- conference on naval arms limita-
mer ambassador to Brazil, and tion, revealing for the first time the
generally is taken to favor the type exact date, upon whicli the parley
of government and theGpolicies of will convene.
former President Calles and Gen- I This was done in response to re-
Obregon. quests from London, Tokio, Paris
The governmenit believes itselaf andRome that the Washington
able to cope with any emergency government indicate whether this
growing out of the voting, althoughproposed date was suitable. Pre-
Vasconcelos and his adherents have vious announcements had fixed the
said they will accept loss as an opening of the conference no more
j4icatirin of fz"ntl d r x±..+..ir.d.. ,ren. it


lo ran . definiquly w utan the third weei ini s
Vasconcelos has gone to Sonora, January. minister of the church here, will
long known as the hotbed of Mexi- The American delegation plans talk on the significant gains of the
can revolution, to await the re- to arrive in London some three or past. Dr. A. P. Record, minister of
turns. Ortis Rubie, will remain in four days before the conference be- the Unitarian church in Detroit,
Mexico City. Results probably will gin in order to orient itself and be
not be known until early in De- ready to devote its attention solely will bring the greetings of the Am-
cember, since ballots must be mail- to the work of the parley once it erican Unitarian association.I
ed from the election districts for is under way. It will be preceded, The church was organized in Ann
canvass by the chamber of depu- I however, by a large part of the Arbor in 1865 by thie Rev. Charles;
ties. ' American mission, including clerks, H. Brigham, who served for a num-
The election is to fill the un- stenographers and staff members.
expired term of Gen. Alvaro Obre- As yet there has been no indica- ber of years as pastor. Dr. J. T.+
gon, former president, who was tion of who the fifth member of Sunderland, minister of the church
assassinated three weeks after he the American commission will be. from 1870 to 1900, now resides in
was elected to :a second ,term in The leader of the delegation will Schenectady, N. Y., and although
July of last year. Gen. Calles, pres- be Secretary Stimson and its Iunable to attend the services has
Ident at the time, was instrumental members, so far announced, Am-I sent a communication to be read.I
n the naming of a civilian, Pro- bassador Dawes and Senators Reed It was through the efforts of Dr.
Gil, until such time as a successor I of Pennsylvania, a Republican, and Sunderland that the present
could be named by the people. Robinson, or Arkansas, a Democrat. church and parsonage were built.
The newly elected president will This service of rededication will
assume office Feb. 5, for a term ap- AIRPORT HOTEL PLANNED. mark the occupancy of the new
proximating four years. (By Associated Press)
The Anti - Re-electionist party DEARBORN, Nov. 16.Plans for building and will also be for the
which Vasconcelos represents came; the erection of a i00-room hotel o- purpose of inauguratig the for
into being in 1927 when reports posite Ford Airport to accomodate mation of a new program for the
were first ' heard Gen. Obregon air travelers and vsitors to Henry church under the ministry of the,
woud be a candidate to succeed Ford's historical village of Green- Rev. Harold P. Marley, who was
Gen. Calles, whom he also had pre- field were revealed today. The hotel called to the church less than.a
ceded in office. The party com- will be built by Ford. I year ago
plained of "Obregon-Calles ftyran- tco<;;;;;.0 <=; X < ;;;c) o c) >oc >
ny," and claimed those two had
connived to secure their perpetua-
tion in office.
The constitution was amended Sunday Dinn r
to permit Gen. Obregon's making
the race, and he was elected, after a
the two opposing candidates were
executed. The Parrot
City Commerce Body v I
to Banquet Ruthven
President Ruthven will be the ear S TCaBo. so s
guest of honor at a banquet tomor- STATE°Music Noo's and
row night given under the auspices S"MEET
of the Chamber of Commerce', and cEvenir
other civic organizations. This ban-v i
quet has attracted many business b
men and others in Ann Arbor.
It is expected that President Ruth-
ven's speech will be of such import"rot ,pea s forItse
as to attract considerable attention
in the development of his adminis-
trative policy. -j1,-->e<-->c-->t <-=>--<-0-y = =>c<)c c>
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urse L 'e s s aLmes Inguof his original poetry, and at culiar to the genius of the Ameri-
ng i is o ninal pon m a s ;'can people. So will this one be."
of Society Ofcers the other a lecture on son phase After explaining the causes of
of contemporary literature. 'the market crash and the forecast
In accordance with the Univer- Mr. Frost is said to have done for the future, Mr. Clay explained
sity ruling that heads of all stu- much to increase student literftry how such a danger can be prevent-
dent organizations file with the activity" while he lived in Ann Ar- ed from reoccurring. "Prevent
Senate Committee on Student af- bor, and has kept his interest in banking from slipping out of the
fairs a list of the society officers University by frequent returns. hands of bankers is the solution,"
yesterday, a request was made yes-~ He was here last year in Decem- I he concluded.
terday by J. A. Bursley, dean of ber, when his public readings of
students, that such lists be turn- original poetry attracted large aud- FLOWER SHOW OPENS,
ed in not later than Wednesday. iences composed of townspeople as; - (By Associated Press)
Presidents of all fraternities and well 2s students and faculty mem- I LANSING, Nov. 16.--The second
sororities, as well as of other stu- bers. three-day flower show of the Mich-
dent clubs, are expected to turn in A number of books of poetry have igan Florists' association opened to-
such lists at the office of the dean been published by Mr. Frost, in- day at Michigan State College with
of students, in Room 2, University cluding "A Mountain Interval" and more than 100;000 blooms on dis-
hall it is announced. "A Boy's Will." play.
Oratorleal A Mtnio
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The English Singers
Flora Mann Cuthbert Kelly
Nellie Carson Norman Stone
Lillian Berger Norman Notley


THE ENGLISH SINGERS gather around a table (thus
reviving the customs of Queen Elizabeth's England), and
without the slightest preparation or ceremony, pour from their
throats the gay, light-hearted Folk Songs, Madrigals and
Carols of those happy days that made the country famous
throughout the world as "Mrric England."

Beneagth. The Troggig gggg
Hill Audtrum8o
IM1 W U4W ld-A 97,-i


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