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VOL. XL. NO. 69.





n r LONDON, Eng., Pee. 18. - TwcLt. A. H. Jenkins. They left Cran- it L Vifi
jlf Uf distinguished pilots of R oyal A ir w l a l e t r a o n n n
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drome in Loncolnshire to Cape 50 miles northwest of Sardinia yes-
Townan thereby establish a newi terday afternoon. - ? xh
Senate Record Reveals Attempt world's distance record. More than 30 hours of silence fol- Metropolitan Opera Tenor Will History Faculty Head Receives Win1
at Meeting of Committeemen 1 Lord Thompson, Air Minister l1Wed and anxiety for their welfare Substitute for Paderewski Only Award of Universityas
late tonight announced that th rapidly mounted here. After Lord
and Sugar Interests. plane whic nativesearler had omson informed newspaper men on Concert Series. Given to Professors.,
:ln whc;ntvserirhdreported crashed last night i in the! of the fatal ending of the flight, he
CROWDER FOR LOW DUTY Zoghuan regiod of nis. in carriedthe news to the House o fTO APPEAR JANUARY 8 CARRIES $250 STIPEND MEE
Northern Africa, was the Fairey Lords which was still sitting.
Letters Written by Lakin, Cuban monoplane of the British pilots "I am sorry to say," he told them, Martinelli Originally Booked Prize Recognizes Contributions Chap
Fon y ob and that both had been killed. He ! have just heard that the Fairey i <r>.
Dealer, aound by, Lobby ad no further details, but it ap- Napier monoplane crashed twenty for First Performance: in Colonial, Revolutionary an
Investigators. peared that they had struck the miles south of Tunis (the city) and Forced to Cancel. American History.
mountain side soon after night- both occupants were killed. I have
(By Associated Press) fall. no further details. The report was Giovanni Martinelli, tenor of the Prof. Claude Halstead Van Tyne
WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 18 - The men were squadron leaders, undated and comes from the Con- tA
Prsdnovrwsrpeete .D oe-ilas n ' ISul General at Tunis." Metropolitan Opera company, hasl of American history and head of ,Wi t
as having sought to bring memnt- A. D-- - ,- - - The Air Ministry announced that been secured by Charles A. Sink, the history/ department has been ed Un
bers of the House ways and means- ~ r nthe crash occurred last night. The director of the School of Music, as named the Henry Russel lecturer agers
com tee andseresentati onews was coned by the French a substitute for the concert origi- for 1930 by the executive council of ! night
Cubanttsuganinterestateerdfr-UL!_Resident General at Tunis who re-nit
Cuban sugar interests together dur- G E L B ,111 1 i ported to Paris that thee airplane nally scheduled to be given by Ig- the Research club, it was announc- Itheir
ing consideration of the committeeh T ad been identified as the missing: nace Jan Paderewski. ed last night by Prof. Preston E.. '. 'v ' .s'<minds
of the pending tariff bill, in a let- PRE7NT C NCERT rtdto rstatthaipTa e cony ceed otorbedgiend g- te Researc club, itwas annou
ter introduced today into th craft. The concert, postponed twice, and James of geography, secretary ofi ConNf A e
ords of the Senate lobby committee. ;finally cancelled by Paderewski s the club. The lectureship carries Metropolitan Opera company star nesot
Another letter named General managers because of the pianists a stipend of $250. who has been obtained by Charles Tea
Enoch Crowder, former Ambassa- Men's, Women's Choruses Give D IIillness, will be given Wednesday This award, which is the only A. Sink, director of the School of have
Eoch towuba, ~ forserA low s- ProgrmGofPCristmaMusic
dor to Cuba, who favors a low su- Program of Christmas Music;i night, January 8. in Hill auditor- one made by the University to its Music, to appear in concert here startli
memorandum limiting sugard mi Last Offering of Season. ium. faculties, is given annually to an January 8, to fU engagement for- f
ports from the Philippines and aFLIId 1I-Ul Mr. Sink has spent the last sev- older nember of the University merly made with Jan Paderewski. such a
having learned "that the plans of! PLAN SECOND RECITAL. ___eral days in New York City nego ISenate who has achieved particular ~----- -- tonig
the general staff provide that inrn Will Be Officially Lifted atI tiating with the booking offices in snmhe M
case of war, any attempt to keep a Appearing for the first time this an effort to secure a suitable sub- itsinpsomeacademic and D[IgTF0 n nI
traffic lane between the Philippines year in a joint concert the Varsity Twelve Friday, Dean stitute for the program. He return- scholastic endeavor. Professor Van vail in
and the United States should be band, the University Women's Glee Rea Announces. ed from his trip yesterday, and an- Tyne has conducted his researches Whe
promptly abandoned." Chb and t:ie University Men's Glee -nounced the presentation of the ; in the field of colonial and Revo- court
Both communications were writ- club las night presented a musical WILL GO ON JANUARY 6h a Unor cncerts. lutionary American history, and at V! 1UILCUN ILt
ten by H. C. Lakin, president of program :n lihi auditorium for the Paderewski, the Polish statesman the present time is highly regard- and A
the Cuba company which deals in entertainment of both the student Two more school days remain un- and pianist, was forced to undergo ed as an authority on the War of Appreciation of Fraternities spite
Cbansthey were res testifying body, faculty, and townspeople. til Christmas vacation, and the an operation for appendicitis dur- independence. Bis publications in- Support of Sophomore on t
pr dThe concert band was made prelaxation of the automobile ban, ing a tour of the continent last Sludee in addition to many articleIthisS
The first purported that the Pres- of 5 men selected for their abilities which will be officially lifted at 12 s recovered sufficiently lProm Voted. this
i'dent had instructed Walter New- as concert players from the regular o'clock tomorrow morning, accord- in the intervening weeks, so that and monographs, several bo -- overs
ton, one of his secretaries, to estab- football band. They have bee ing to an announcement from the it seemed highly improbable that among which are "The Amerie: ISSUE UNION PETITIONS a
lIsh the contacts. It was written training for this event for almos office of the dean of students. his American tour would have to Revolution," "The Causes of the ---jby No
w Ypr esnt .of Staring, aNicholas.th Falcone, ofre directed Schoolbyf Enforcement of the ban will re- be cancelled. War of Independence" the recently A reciation of the support given ers fi
forma and Pittsburgh Utilities Cor- Music. commence at 8 o'clock Monday Several weeks before his sched published "The War of Indepen- 'the Shomore Prom by more than one w
poratibn, and was taken from La- The Women's Glee club, under morning, Jan. 6, when classes re- uled Ann Arbor appearance, how- dince," "dThe Loyalists and the Am- 40 fraternities and sororities buy-iriousl
kin's files by a lobby committee the direction of Nora Crane Hunt, sume, says W. B. Rea, assistant, to ever, the pianist suffered a set- erican Revolution," =and a high ing extra tickets was formerly ex- One
investigator lso of the School of Music, was the dean and in charge of automo- back in his physical condition, and school text on American history in pressed by the Student council last outloo
Lakin expressed the belief thai composed of 60 girls all of whom ile legislation. his doctors advised him to not only ! conjunctin with another. night on motion of the auditing gloo
nothing had been done in the mat-: were well adapted to concert sing-. No students will be permitted to gostpone his tour this season, but Since the facilities of the William comnittee which has supervision of so
ter of contracts. The letter read in ing The Men's Glee club, making drive cars that day unless their to cancell it entirely. L. Clements library have been made of th tickets for the affair. With- squad
part: "Several members of the its third appearance of the year, automobiles bear 1930 student per- Martinelli, the substituting artist, available for detailed scrutiny, out the sale of the extra ticketstonese
comitte hve ppele toPrei- as irete byThedor Harisn.mit plates, he adds. Such plates was originally scheduled for the avalaesfor dyea e n scuinyo- the al wu nt he rbtcets to sie
dent Hoover and he has instructed The concert was the last affair will be ready on the morning of first of the Choral Uon concers ifinacial success, it was stated. tion
his secretary, Mr. Newton, to estab- of the Christmas season, and the Jan. 6 for students who file appli this year, but because of illness, with the material therein contain- Receipts from the sophomore Wolve
lsh a contact between the om- stage was decorated to typify the cations for renewal of permits to- was forced to cancel his engage- ed. . dance was sufficient to pay all the even1
mittee and ourselves" holiday season. A large Christmas day and tomorrow, at the office of ment. Madame Louise Homer, so- The Henry Russel award, which expenses. and make up a major odists
"I understand that some sugges- star was fixed above the pipes of the dean of students, room 2, Ui- prano of the Metropolitan Opera each year is granted to a younger portion of the debt from the Fresh- lookin
versity hall. No applications will be company took Martnelli's place on faculty man, was not announced. men Frolic, staged by the elass of to con
tion of this came from individual; the organ and small pine trees!rciehwvrfom s Yt h nta pormo h eis
members of the committee. We are were ranged along both sides of the ceived, however, from studentsthe itial program of the series. The Henry Russel prizes were es- 32 last spring, the committee re- Alt
to be a little doubtful about this platform. The next combined pro- who have not purchased 1930 state Coupon number 3, which was or- tablished in 1920 by a bequest of ported. The remainder of that debt the t
step, but in the end would, of gram will be given shortly before license plates, it is announced. iginally intended for the Paderew- $100,000from the estate of Mr. Rus- will be paid from the class treas- availa
course, have to do what Presideni the Easter vacation, according to No special permission will be ski program, should be used for the e, who was a Detroit alumnus. ury, it has been agreed. proba
Hoover desires, especially as he Robert A. Campbell, treasurer of given students to drive a-tomobiles concert January 8- After having been idle for several The auditing committee of lhe not s
seems to be genuinely interested in the University and faculty adviser; to Ann Arbr from near-by towns years, the annual income was di- council, which was founded this and s
our cause." of * and cities before tomorrow for the LINERS COLLIDE vided into equal prizes, one to be year, had wide supervision over the other
andrcities.beore for LINER
Lakin, who was the only witness the band. - ,purpose of providing themselves, Niven to a senior member of the finances of the dance. as it will for start
at today's hearing1 said he thought' with a means of transportation to NEW YORKJ faculty of full professional rank the other class parties of the year. The
the reference was to negotiations JAPANESE ENVOYS their homes at the beginningo1 chosen by a committee of the Re- All bids received by the connittee: Capta
for sliding scale which was suggest- CONCLUDE V I S I T vacation. DURING BAD FOG search club on the basis of his orig- were reviewed by the committee ,j ig a
ed as a means of solving the prob- Friends of such students. mayinal contributions to an important and no contract was let without its all an
lem of what duty to place on sugar (T3A ^eta Ie 9vs ) drive the students' cars to Ann Ar- -- Held; the other emolument to be approval. It likewise directed the start
in the tariff bill. WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 18. ;-bor for the latter, providing the Abandon Furness Steamer Five given to a younger man of the drafting of the budget for he atf- main
"That is to say," Senator Walsh, Their visit to the United States cli- students do not ride in their own M e Ate A de faculty who is designated by a com- fair. The 1
Democrat, Montana, put in, "that maxed by a state dinner in ther cars, driven by friends. (except inue nitee of the University Senate be- A complete system of checkin with
Mr. Newton was to bring you and honor at the White House members members of their immediate fain- cause of his researches. the sale of tickets has been develp- back
some members of the committee , of the Japanese delegation to the ily) before tomorrow noon. Such e AsocjieP rs Henry Russel lecturers of previ- ed by the group. The tickets are is- mov
into contact with each other, so j London naval parley were prepar- transportation constitutes viola- NEW YORK, N. Y.. Dec. 18.-The > us years are Prof. Moses Gom- sued by numbers so that the coun- hasr
that you would discigs the sliding ed to conclude their conversations tion of the automobile ban, it is Furness-Burmuda liner, Fort Vic- ;erg of the chemistry department, cil may trace the distribution of all Veen
scale with them. Is that the idea?" with American officials and con- explained by officials. toria, rammed by the liner Algon- Prof. Henry A. Sanders of the Latin classes of tickets. The
"Well, I am confused about it," tinue their trip to the British capi- ----- quin in the fog near Ambroe light department, Prof. Frederick G. A report relative to the arrange- Coach
Lakin replied, "I can't carry that tal. in the outer bay today, was aband- Novy of the bacteriology depart- ments for bringing the Union merit isten
language." The second and final conference ls oned by her crew five minutes after menit, and director of the hygienic system proposal before the board Ricke
"Well, it is your own language," between the delegates and Ameri- Clas Publicity Head its passengers had been transferred laboratory, and Prof. Aldred S. of directors of that organization els a
Walsh commented. ! can officials will be held tomorrow to pilot boats. Warthin, director of the patholo- was made by Kenneth M. Lloyd, '301 Huds
"But it was written a long time at 9 A. M. at . the State depart- Pierce Rosenberg, '30, city editor The message, picked up by the gical laboratories. Professor War- president of the Union, and chair- natioc
ago." ment. Those participating will be of The Daily, has been appointed McKay Radio company station. thin, who was Russel lecturer for man of the council committee for game
former premier Reijarro Wakatsuki, chairman of the publicity commit- came just a few minutes after the 1929 spoke on his reasearches the promotion of the system. sertio
CONGRESS PASSES chief delegate, Admiral Takeshi; tee for the senior class of the liter- Fort Victoria operator had report- with Spirochaeta Palida, which; Circulating of petitions will be been
Takarabe, delegate, Hiroshi Saito, ary college, it is announced by ed that the vessel was listing bad- jiave extended over a period of 35 undertaken shortly after the holi- durin
EMERGENCY FUND secretary of the delegation ,and in- Stanton W. Todd, '30, class presi- 'sly and the crew was prepared to years. day vacation. Si'gnatures of 200
terpreter of the conversations in dent. Rosenburg's appointment was abandon her. male students are necessary for an BL
(By Associated Press) Washington; Secretary Stimson: made to fill a vacancy which oc- Pilot boats had taken off the FEA TURE BANDS appeal to the directors to have thc
WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 18.- William R. Castle, Ambassador to curred when George E. Simons, '30, 1 Fort Victoria's 280 passengers. The proposition submitted at a special CH
An emergency appropriation of Japan, and Ambassador Dwight W. former chairman of the committee, Algonquin reported that a larg( FOR 1931 J - HOP meeting of the Union embers. It
$1,290,000 to carry on eradication Morrow, and Serator David A. ;.left school recently, Todd said. hole was stove in her bow. WILL BE CHOSEN is the hope of the committee that
of the Mediteranean fly was pass- Reed, Republican,. Pennsylvania, Rosenberg has served on The Broadcasting from all New York a much larger number of signa- CH

N lf UIUIIJ 1I111
Over Methodists Expected
Team Develops Plays for
Minnesota Encounter.
man, Orwig, Kanitz, Lovell,
d Truskowski Probably
Will Start Contest.
By Adsit Stewart.
h two victories already tuck-
der their belts the Wolverine
will enter the court against
[ethodist at 7 :30 o'clock to-
in Yost Field house with
feet on the floor, but with
and eyes focused ahead two
to the opening fray of the
rence schedule against1 Mii-
ms in this frame of mind
been known to fall victims of
ng upsets but the odds in fa-
the Wolverines over the Al-
Flye are so impressive that
in event is not likely to occur
it. The seriousness with which
ichigan team is preparing for
werful rivals is certain to pre-
the Albion game.
n the Methodists take to the
tonight in what is to be the.
encounter between MichiganVf
dbion in basketball, they will
cidedly the underdogs in
of the fact that they have
wo and lost but one so far
eason. Close victories over
and Calvin are so darkly
uadowed by the 58 to 11 de-
administered the Methodists
tre Dame that the Albion cag-
nd it difficult to find any-
'ho will take them at all se-
y in the game tonight.
other fact which makes the
k of the Albion quintet
y is the presence of a number
phomores on the Michigan
who are practically certain
service tonight. A team of
ophomores fighting for recog-
in the regular lineup of the
rine team is likely to spell
worse disaster for the Meth-
than five veterans who are
g ahead for greater worlds
hough the starting lineups ot?
eams will not be definitely
.ble until the game time it is
ble that Coach Veenker will
plit his two teams of seniors
ophomores. Either one or the
in its entirity is doped to
the fray.
senior team compose:1 of
in Chapman at center, Or-
nd Kanitz, forwards, and Lov-
Id Truskowski guards, if they
the game, are unlikely to re-
in the contest throughout.
ineup of this team on defense
Captain Chapman dropping
to guard and Truskowsi
ag up to the center position
not been changed by Coach
ker since the last game.
five sophomores whom
Veenker has used most con-
ftly during the past week are
tts at center, Weiss and Dan-
t the forwards, and Jones and
on at the guards. This combi-
n will probably be used in the
tonight with the possible in-
n of Downey, a junior who ha;
seeing considerable service
g the practice sessions.
(.y Asociates( Press)
ICAGO, Dec. 18.-After nine

ed by both houses of Congrees today American delegates to the London Daily for five semesters, and was radio stations was suspended to al-Tcb
l-Tickets for Class Function Now tures will be obtained SC) that the' days
and sent to the President for his conference. one of the night editors la t year. low clearance for messages from . student demand' fo" the system was1
approval. . ---- '- -the disabled ship. Available to All Students. may be im'pressed upon the direc.- today
The money would be available CHINESE LOYALIST REVOLT AVERTS Both vessels put out S.O.S. calls. tors. Assistance in circulating' th drop
Until June 30, 1930, and the Secre- Marines, police and coast guaid Negotiations have been practical- petitions is being sought from a ward
ary of Agriculture is given the dis- NATIONAL GOVERNMENT COLLAPSE cutters were dispatched to the ly completed for the securing of the group of about 25 campus leader Zer
cretionary authority to make no scene of the collision. orchestra for the 1931 J-Hop. Fran- who will meet after vacation. Thl cast
toStdttcooperation" had been ap- y a Prec sands asithey threatened to mach Both ships were outbound, the is Beebe, '31E, announced today details of the proposition will. be deger
o riated.prde SHANGHAI, China, Dec. 19-Pes- . Fort Victoria having left her pier that the feature orchestra for the fully explained at this meeting s clear
pdentChiathis morning for Bermuda. The occasion would either be the that the representative students said,
Oe million dollars of the fund idI ed by Nationalist troops and the in- Algonquin was bound for Galves- Fletcher Henderson colored band of may inform the undergraduate Chris
will 'go toward actual control and today that loyal forces had broken surgenf commander General Shih ton, via. Miama, with 189 passen- New York City or Ted Weems well- body generally regarding the merit Blu
eradication work, while the remain- the back of the rebellion which Ytnown band which is now playing system north
lug $290,000 will be used to rein'- had brought the Nationalist gov- j Yu-San, was fleeing toward the gers.j mwbadhihsnwplygjsst .noh
buirse the plant quarantetne and'em-dent "to the brink of collapse." western part of Anhwei province. Details of the collission were -at the Granada cafe in Chicago. he D
control administration for a like ernment e as Nationalist troops, said advices meager, but according to messages For the second orchestra, Beebe "N. D.
ntr it f ai The government forces, he had as- picked up by the McKay station mentioned a number of groups The W eather The
expenditure for fruit fly activities. serted, had been victorious in sev- from Hankow were driving north- the Algonquin rammed the Fort ' which are being considered by the the r
Congress made available $4,250,- eral areas in which the rebels took t ward through Honan province and Victoria as the latter stopped to committee. Included in this list are hard
000 at the last session to prevent up arms. were expected to end quickly the rd
the spread of the fruit pest, but The revolt, however, said Chiang revolt under Tang Sheng-chi, mu- The Fort Victoria's passengers i tra, the Ipaa Troubadours, and dept
Ch4 fic linn hn. 1(Pn rnleted. Vir- I----------~ -.... .Ihinn1'i) The Frt Victoria's...se., ..t,.-A .1i{rati_1V le Iana Troubadour, ad Ii'1 lept

of mist-laden skies, sunshine
predicted for the middle-west
accompanied by a sharp
in temperature nipping south-
from winter-bound Canada.
'o by tonight was the fore-
for-the Chicago area but the
es will drop from beneath a
blue sky, the weather bureau
adding a prediction of a white
istering its way from the far
iwest, a piercing, wind swept
akotas prairies, with Williston,
, reporting a drop to 4 below.
fog and mist that hung over
northwest was packed into a
sleet-then to snow that cov-
parts of North Dakota to a
h of eight inches.


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