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VOL. XL, NO. 51.


WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27, 1929



Y0UTDErnia drs, h eet n ,nRP- hoiaftrno for the Thanksgiving By 1nn rn
AT g/A[T Y UTvingL t C R~ioidy according to the terms ofIN O RI J_ UV tl
____banquet will be held at 6 oclock the following statement issued by ____
Ethh Te bnqueintwh isn, St.P.dea, ssisantttensdeaive;
Egh Men Selected to Represent het ba nqutwh is given year- Soldiers Receive Spectators' W.s3.ude ,ssstat oIheIen teofveMan-hunt Started byI1
Michigan This Semester ly for the foreign students of the' Applause as They March "Thc automobile regulation willj Officrs, Railroad Agents
i"Deatjg University, is being sponsored un- Wt Precision.; be lifted for the period from 5 '
der the joinit auspices of the World I___ clock Wednesday afternoon unil' ~udCiies
IORhA EEPEIN ell J)hl Comittee of the Wom 8 oclock Friday morning, for theESEIULYHR
FOUR HAVE E PERIENCE' en's League and the International OVER 500 MEN IN UNIT benefit of students who are resi-;NO ESR ULYH T
'committee of the Students Chris- Idnts of Ann Arbor and also for -
Affirmaives t Open Aainst tiara ssociaion, Bet DrilehoSqeanon-residentshosewho-rhavenpserh havOffi-cialfic Convionv eded RRbbrrWWas
Best DilledSquad Pres nte its to drive in Ann Arbor, or who
Purdue; Negatives 'to MeetI Letes have been mailed to allJ With Medals and Ribbons haecrinsogeeewih Familiar With Electric
Minnesota.tefoegstdnsothcmp, as Honor Awards.I have been registered with the of- Track Systm.
--numbering over 260 and represent-' i__firie of the dean of students since;____
ing 41 different countries, inviting t~
'After fiial tryouts held yesterday I them to come as the personal guests Abtainrve eoePei h pnn ftepeetie-is CHEYENN, W., Nov. 2G.Wy
afternoon in the Alpha Nu room,( of the members of the faculty and 1 dent Alexander G. Ruthiven by the ter.CHEYNgE'y.sNv 6 -Vy
Fkoyd K. Riley, of thenoapl speech de-,'their wives, and the townspeople of Michigan unit of the R. 0. T. C. This relaxation' will not applys most intensive man-hunt1t,
iparotreintecacowhch ofrhe ebaing Ann Arbor. brought to a close the military totoestdnswh aefald cne the train robbing of William ~*
team, announced the men who willi The uros of the banquet is to, ceremonies held yesterdY in Yosti stored In Ann Arbor, or to those' C rlsle was pressed today for th
represent Michigan In the two var-! enable the students to some into! Field H-ouse. Preceding the review, who have ars brought here follow-I youthful bandit who derailed theIi
sity -debates this semester. Light contact with the faculty a well, asi the unit and the band marched up' gtiInoucmn.Te n JtondUinPclicPrln
mnwepikdwhwilfr with the townspeople and to foster from the field house, around the foremnt of the uling will be re- 'Limited three miles east of Chey-'
teas f hrebein each ine hate' and promote good feeling and un- campus, and back to the fieldj sumed at 8 o'clock Friday morning, cnne last niht and robbed the
other two bigrtie satr
.ates. flovn derstanding among themselves, house again. Numbering more than Since students are forbidden to passengers of approximately $500.
Th eenmdoit,!John E. Webster, '30, president 50icung the band, they dis-! bring cars to Ann Arbor on that The order of frontier days, "get
varsty ebaing eam Nahanof the Student Christian assoca- played a military snap and precis- date, no provision will be made for your man, dead or alive," was re-
Ley,'1;OmadJ.Drk, 3~ i tioni will act as toastmaster. Web- ion that drew many bursts of ap- further driving privileges In con- rived as sheriff's officers, railroad$
Fenelon Boesche, '31; Ho~ward ~Sterwil introduce iloration. Abbot, 1luefo pcaos eeinwt h oia. agents, amd scores of private cti-
moil '3; Albert F. Donohue. '31; pronmnent Ann Arbor business At the field house, President Ruth-l 'ens searched over prairies and
Thomas V. LoCicero, '31; Jesse JI man, who will deliver the address ven presented the medals amnd rib-'~~lf hills for the robber, who if broughtt
Dun,'3; ndGrrttB.Wrgh.of welcome. The student response b'ons won in the competitive drills r SALKEL i ilb ibetodahb ag
'3Q. Only the first four named havie^ will be given by Miss Antoinette last Wednesday following a demon- JIUTC Epgorlfimisnet Tan
had any varsity experience. The Sc)loHoO A vocal solo by Paul Wong, stration by each of the winning robbing in Wyoming is a capital
debate yesterday was judged by and a piano number by Hiae Pat- groups. GN NE T i ~ jioilnse.
Professor James M. O'Neill, Henry .tnwilCmpeethe program.,Gordon 1ScNEXTs Medal.Collision Averted.
L. Mvoser, James H. McBurney, and R. D. Gordon, '31 received the ___ Union Pacific officials said today ?x r ,.*1';:p ?
Ptrlck J. Smith, all of the speech1 f ~ i gold medal for commanding the. that it was fortunate that none of I~y~
department. R~Ie[I ~ li best drilled company in the R. 0. Orchestral Possibilities Being ~the passengers on the derailed
,To Discuss Clai Stores. ,IU K N T1 ,. C. Each member, of his cor- C q bhCmitee tan were seriously J inured and < . ~.'
The debate this year will be on i fl R fII ~ *3 pany was presented with a service atPeetTm.ta n prahmgesbu d t " Es "°$
the question: "Resolved: that thenLIJ~R ribbon in the Unversity colors, freight and the fast westboud S_'.
prInciple of the chain store is de- lUrnIrv O Silver medals were given the r- Francisco Limited did not crash in-! Duck Simral, '3.
trimental to the best Interests of members of the best drilled squad.I NEGOTIATE WITH OLSEN to te wrecked Portland Limited.I Of L eingon Ky, who was elect-'
the Unted States public." Tie de- c Those to receive them were: C. A.;, The derailed cars blocked t'' ed captain of the 1930 MichiganI
bate will be, held on December 12,1 The Vocation of the Literary Sanford. '32. corporal; J. J. Jimen- With tickets going on sale next double track right of way an; on}y; tball teasm yesterdacy. Sinrall c
Whthea ill mtirde ihi ' Clee date'o H. l 3isEo.'.C. A. .Anderson, 2 .week, arrangements for the 1931] prompt action In signalling the, l s playecd in every game this yea
teramwhilmethrde ngaieltamnd Hicssd ' . L.shro32,E. . J.Ainsoclasses' J-Hlop which will be held; freight and the San Francisco lim-' amd has had two years experience
vits m M winnep ltoh e b atie tw ik 33 , Hatn T. C . A W n-icd prvetelt ecoliioFeb. 14 ini the large gymnasium of ~ t rvne te cliin n h is em
vists ineaplistodebte hili'key 3 EandT.C. il,'3E. I Railroad officials are convinced --
the' team representing the. Univer-1I TO ANSWER QUESTIONS B Jronze Mv1das Presented. the Intramural sports building, dcu tamnfmiirwthtakclf~
ciof teMichgnanraiead Uiga i ujc TVc-mnualofortaandfainsey tememntbseoruscfaprs tco a a rodupmlierto thac ta. tI ~ [ JJIL T
siyo inst. h imesi ---j Following a demonstration of timei assuming definite shape. Anioui- work was responsible for the reck
negative teams will not be an-' tio' of the Literary College Grad-' ten best basic students bronze: iions and special features of the a-;although the track was' laid ise- I *u i
nlounced until shortly before the u e"Prof. 3.mHMyken f m 1edals were presented. The basics:cure, theIelectric systemIwasInBI
debate. *usnoft aarebrnemdl ee:j f,,ir will be made shortly accord cuetheltrcstmwa tK I. ii Hlll
Final tryouts for the women's phoeisdprr n illa h Jimenex, 32 E, G. N. Wilson 32 E, Irg to I rancs Beebe, 31 E general ; not wrdn the blockee sigalddtheLU ' l HunII
varsity team will be held on Decc. discussion in the ffthl of a series ;. D. Griffiing. '33 E, XW. F. Kristian-' chirmian of the date.rckaed a be amee
16. The question for the .women's Iof All-Campus 'Forums this after- !sen., '32 E, W. J. Simons, '33 E, and ? A h rsettmngoitostch 'adThatdrobe was frer ocdLnig sMc fe
that the present extent of install- ~Mmra al rsdn ule opiine are under way with several widelyi railroad emplyee also was indi-, first Attempt 'at Refueling l
The '. . the unit on its showing in the s1ought orchestras to proide the catIs rUnroucmeessifbyword
comtio u igofgdset ormralte Th subject up for consideration spoken during' the holdup. Tie rob-'
cosmto sdtietlt h ,massed drills and praised the spiriti j-hiop's music. George Olsen. who 1hr carried a 38-calibre revolver,__°
best interests of the nation." The is expected to supplement, to a ththImd osil h e is himself a Michigan .Han, havingad 2eahnkecifoe i EX RA CEUE
debate wilt be held on Jan. 16, when !large degree, the question discussed veomn1ftemltr nta~nfc, toetm enalae ae ___
Ohio State will visit here, and the I a last week's forum, by Prof. J. R. ichigan. The battalion stood at hnfate arsoe ity bnalder o ~ hgnWoa nTan ByAoitdPc
othern teame witicllliecedebateentarwithth Prsdentlef Mrs. Cornelia E. ailey, of Char-: METROPOIT'AIN A I R P 0 R'1'
ana at Bloomington. layen opthapolticaascencede-presntccessasftelPrsidntolft'
Woe' ea edDcae artmient who spoke on the subject the reviewing stand. paigahgl ucsflsao levoix, Mich. travelling to Portland, LOS ANGELES, Calif, Nov. 26 -
W on s Mo a a eMichiga'.sW hichi Offers Most to the Student {Continued on Page 2, Col 3) 'at the Roosevelt hotel in Hollywood, Ore., said her first thought Was Bobby Trout. Los Angeles, and Eli-C
mien's team debated with a team re- -the Cmu or the Clas"r Calif., is probably the most prom- whether the train would plunge nor Smith, of New York, women
presenting the Ypsilanti Normal Cpropesso ILewis Brownie Gives ineni. possibility for this year'si down an. embankment. flyers, whose attempt to set a new
ProfessoreMuyskens, like Pr of. the !1Ho) orchestra. "When the man stuck the gun I refueling enciurance fliht record
chool heore i adcustm ThMion he£emsore of the speech depart r CaLescture .. an it or in my face, I was not nearly s) came to an end eary today when
mcas st orese.oThe MicaH.anneit who conducted a Forum a fewnsnCialsDine t~tIC i~0' i 'tndbecause then I was out they failed to make contact with
teamwascomose ofMon H.weeks ago, being interested In the :-- hest~a. known to -1op cis o h ri n nfr rud"terfeigsiwl ~k f
Willia, '31; Frances M., Summers, etninwokorh ni Itr*~ ' ''
'31 'and Eva L. IHeslbing.'31, anid decexesin ok-fth Uieriy A .ew relion Ii sgrowigup in 'two seasons bck,. arc at,,~i(' IT-;alci s. "I-He took the money iIi again ether tomorow or Tiurs-
btedon he ngatve ide f te Ihas gained anm insight ontie ques-1tie world today iii which the ; ceiing considumation from ithe Hi-tnmy ba? ut I ]ad Iceft most of it inIdy fiil eesit
bedoitengatv ieo thetin throughcls contact with theI economists, zoologists, and all ? omte, codmr oRc-ry berth When someone said the Te women flyers took to tie air
queiin.Yetedaaatenonaan gadat sudnt enoledin ruh-eein sietitsarrpn-st 'thief was coming I hid my watch" in their Sunbeam biplane at 83:29
be M rigan t1edMaomposed olm- lse.Ti wr ope ihthe Bunsen burner is the holy IadFris 3 ,cara.Dm ---' A. M. yesterday and made two su-
el,0 n. Jorrse .; aryA.Hoi-,31 the wide experience gained from lamp, and experimental notes cn berger is at present playing at the! Presidentig onacs it te
Ypsi30. ani, ereWinheyl.d'1,-Iextensive travel abroad as well as Isttute the sacred writiungs;' said 1PrsdetOuties
IHotel Gibson in G cjL]bilmiti. Carrier Pigeon." At 2:45 today
balted on the affirmiative. Both uin this country, will enable him to! Lewis Browne, noted author and ed Fiorito ain Ins baud at ftePlisfr 4js ju they attempted to mke a refuelingt
cdnrtests were no- decision tie bring out many Interesting fat s. lecturer, mn an informal address to Edgewater Beach motel Iin Chicago;Pasfcottbuweenblbcue
bates, and were held merely to gi've' altes often enter fields of work in Bcues aycleegau students last night in Natural Si- Ted Weems and his orchestra, of I- - of darkness.Te minutes later they
the parti'cipants some practice in Iwihte r o neetdo ence auditorium. Tihe lecture was recording fame, and Emnerson Gil! President Alexander G. Ruthve, landed.
intercollegiate debating. The teams welicttedProessotriMuersesd- under the auspices of the Hillel ofCevldaelo)engr the University Museums build- Bohtefirwredspind
picked are not the teams that will ei'sepce ob fwd l-IFudto.prached. Among the Detroit bands m ig, told members of the Sons. ofi because they hat to la.nd. They had
l~errepeset te Unterrtysnt especially to the seniors of Mr. Browne discussed the chainges receiving the attention of the com- theiCAnerican revolution of plans! been in the air unofficialy 18 hour
c fencdeates. !heLtear olee.Folwig a hc resent-day eligon is un- .te aeRy or, iFrcd3 01the future in the lineorueant 6mnts
A'short Introductory presentation of dron.I eosrtn ea Bergin and is Vagabonds, inwoka theUnvriyndn -.--
Dr. Alvah P. Magary the subject Professor Muyskens will deuce as existing today in religion. ; Casalorna band, Mrcy Brewnn IA 1]ati Arbor, In a meeting at 8 STUDENT COUNIL n
BaIfrrsos ntefr fIlrowne used the novel method of "te~a ' f a ," Mevi1 ock n room 319321. or the Un- 'thre will be no u~in o
to S ekfrSC *qsion frot e audience.. , reading front reigious cult adver- otesdunisas al tht the ijon, last night. the Student conilItis even-i
Th nedo te lcuslnofthsI tieents Zin Lo Angeles and New hrs. FTruburs adh .alsor ttvn sgeton o i g. ''i'r' "igwi e filid rg-
Th nedofth dsusio o tis .,4 pan lrll Fmisamdth ., 4.t.ss.gsin frt~~~Vi~ .e eu

prolemwhih cnfrnt th avr- arkpaers .Polntheclimspomade P Gypsies are bing negotiated I utue woi'K o1 te .organizatiom larly beginning next Wednes-
Arrugeiiets re ein coiipet age student after graduation was ed out the grotesque cam ae'')n te eot n ugslis(;a,
ed for the third experimental con-Ifl obeipratwhnter-by "swanmis" and 'absolute heal- w'tl, along the same lie cmrsed the j r~~4It ~iiitCucl
feocationmprtatofentthee-Y Student reidChrSudnttounil
asocationofto heldetCrisanhepresemntative group of students who ies"; whle emlpasiiug that these slcetequtinfrtenie lsaegiinthsadofo-H nrSciyIok material covered by the group. --- ------ ___
Lydia Men delssohn theatre. D. Al- series conceded that this was per- ( lowers, mention was made that 11,- = lIE S V S
viii E. Magary of the Woodward baps the most outstanding sub- I 00 churches last year admitted Ooen Fori im Mcctin 3 UN! VESIT YM~E11S LSG D E
avenlue Presbyterian church Dtrt ject. - they had not gained a COnvet . - FRATERNITY F OI!VSTN SKUNK
will deliver the sermon and also --___- --- -- --- --'-- - ---,._____

Coach Kipke Names Highfild
as Head Student Manager,
for 1930 Team.
'Interest in College Football
I Is Not Waning,' States
Big Ten Official.
James 0. I-T. "Ducky" Simral, Jr.
'31, has been elected captain of
Michigan's 1930 football team, it
was announced last night at the,
football banquet, a traditional af-
fair held ever year at the Union.
Prof. R. C. Huston, of Michigan
State college, delivered the main
address of the evening on "The
Value of Football," taking the place
of Charles E. Eldridge, '1. who
was unable to be present at the
banquet because of 'illness.
Coach Harry Kipke who an-
nounced the name of the captain-
elect, also made known the tip-
poiintmemt to the student-manager-
ship and his assistants for next
year. gAthur W. Highfield, 31, will
be the head student manager, and
his assitants will be Autin Hum-
ber, '32; William Burt, 32; John
Sauchuck, '32; William Bekap,
'32, and Robert Morteson, 32, who
wiil act as alternate.'
if Professor liuston Speaks.
"The interest In football is not
waning," said Professor Huton,'who
is a Big Ten official and graduate
of Iowa University. ",As an educa-
tor I am interested in football for
tlie training it gives, young mn.
not because it builds up his phys-
que, helps his town, or any such
external reason.;
"F'ootball performs its chif
function in developing a man's'phy-
sical, mental, amnd moral capacitie
and provides him with a whole-
some sense of values. 'I brings out
his sportsmanship amd' teaches lill
that superor. pert ormn c, not
brute strength, wins."
Professor Huston coMmented
briefly on the Carnegie report, sav-
ing that there was some troth In
its statements, although the; en
who compiled it did not go into
the matter thoroughly eough.
Wliat should be done, lie said, Is to
control athletics, not abolish then.
S Yost Commendis Team..
IProf. Fielding H. Yost, directo
of athletics, who was the next
speaker, commended the team for
its fine work during the past sea-
1son in ~n uphill battle° against
some o the best 'teams In the
country. He said that ' the man
tinig that needs attentioni is thc
spit of the student body, without
which the teami is lost. "Mi' obr-
vatioui of 29 years in athletics at
! Michigan prove that the team will
,always conic back after a few set-
backs, but that the spirit of the
students lags behind."
Coach Kipke spoke next and sad
that there were too much confi-
dence at the beginning of this past
seasoni and not enough fight shown
by time students when they found
their hopes were not to be fulfilled.
Re, thmen announced the awards of
t' Ve letters amd sweaters to 22 men,
,in'd the award of AM.'s to seven,
Joen Truskowski, Shural Spea.
jJoe Truskowski, '30, retiring cap-
twin. 'said that tie morale of the
fs-j'ad was never broken, ,and that
I fact alone helped them win thir

ICoach Kipe then introduced Sim -
ra il, who said lie would mnake no
statements as to how many games
>Michilgami would win next year, but,
t1iat at least" there will be a well-
balanced team."
IWilliam "Willie" Ileston, '04, a
member of time poin t-a-inute
Loeam, Vlas a guest, at the banquet.
le said that lie had with him a
watch which was presented to 1dmi
by the team at the eiodhth annmual
tbaniquct 25 years ago.
IT. Hawley Tapping, general se
- retary 'of time Alumni association,
acted as toastmaster. The regular.
Union orchestra, under the direc-
tion of Bill Smthers, '31, provided
i msicfor the .250 guests who were

answer questionis placed by the stu-
Requests by several studenits to
have thme service in the afternoon
instead of the evening, as previous-
ly planned, has prompted the asso-
ciation to schedule time convocation
for 4 o'clock, it was announced yes-
terday by Barley Kline, '30, who is
In charge.
"A personal Religion"' will be Dr.
Margary subject. The lecturer is a,
man of wide experience in theol-
ogy. He has a daily columnminiithre
Detroit Free Press, and answers
questions at a weekly program over
Statloim WWJ, Detroit.
* Studenlts attending time services
*ill be given a card on which they
mnay write questionis.




s"T1artuffe is one of the greatest
comedies ever written," said Dean
John R. Efllnger, of the literatureI
college, yesterday in an interview
concerning the showing of a movie
of this play of Moliere at the Lydia
Mendelssohn during the present
week., "It has been called by some
critics the best of French drama,
probably is," he continued, "but this
I know, that it is worth every stu-
dent's time who is interested at all
1mn literature to see this masterpiece
of seventeenth century French
"The comedy caused much dis-
cussion in the salons of Louis XIV


Paris, and it still offers delight ass
a faithful comedy of manners."
Dean Effiniger directs a course in
the history of the French drama in
the romance languages department.I
In concluding he said: "I have seen;
Tartuffe many times, but it is al-
ways good to see it again. There is
somethinig iii the careful analyzing
of character by Moliere that makes
him ever appreciated."
I r~ath erMa.

this year of Eta Sigmna Phi.,'Mtit-i by r. 1. t. I shoot hin," saidi Magooni
gall's local chapter of the 11atzir d ' Michigan's Museum building imasi when hie arrived at the Geddes
honorary Latin and Greek society, earned the reputationi of being,;i
Prof. W. IT. Worrell oft the, semzitic's ,imzong other thigs, a curator of! house, "I'll not gtuarantee the re -
dlepartmnt yesterdlay gave an aId-' S iinks, a fact which was ably (emi- siilt , t,(Idor'."I
dress oil "Trhe Anthropologictil onstrated yesterday mzorning. It I lt cal'ld!1'tkbe .ay worse ," ;aid
,Background' of the Greeks and Ho- i if tat a GeddMs venueCrsa- the fratnityaspokes imba, Itoh
mans" miY called up Mis' rsa hesukwsbogtbakoth
Professor Worrell, in. a brief dis- Thompson. curator of the depart-1 Museum, quite dead.,
cussion., summzed up coniclusionzs to ; ment of visual education, and ask- The death of the animal was not,
be drawn in geography and ethinol- ed. her if sloe had any need for an- h low ever as successful a plan as it
ogy concerning life and peoples of te kn o ihrteaimalnay. have been, for the triumphal
ancentempre boderng heMedf ouse or the mounting department return of the. hunter and, his tro-
amicemi emire bodermigtheof the Museum. Miss Thompson phy to the Museum nearly drove
iterraneami basin. TIhie discussion ' said that she had and where could out thne occupants of the building.
was conducted as open. forumin, IA ;it be found? 'YVesterday .afternoon,.1Mi ss Timomp-
lowe imeditcly aferwrdsb'I Upon fuirther' investigatioil it wvas !ston statedI. that adult skammks were
a closed mieeting of the hmoor'ar~y lharried that the skunk in question h l~ard to' operate on, amid that the
society. ; lad lodiged itself ini a window-well! neweotier's discovery would not
F----- (irectly below thae dining room anzd} have helped fill the new animal
C (lass PresidenSI t k emabers of the fraternity had nei- house wh-ich is being built in the


in Appointed New
News Editoar of Daily
IDonald J* Kline, '30, wasy appoint-
ed news editor of 'The Daily yester-
Iday by. Ellis B. Merry, 31 L, rianag-

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