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T After a year of .avestigatR
AT LONDON EnlnJ. Edward Morgan,
recently proprictor of a print
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t~irrai isue rouuL U [UUVFrancis Bacon has been thrown to
as Delegation Prepares William Shakespeare by English
for Conference scholastic circs because of royal
_ politics and to prudish antipathy
PREFRS MALLVESELSfor a man of ilic~itimatc firth.
Morgan, it was announced Su-
" - jday in Stratford-on-Avon the
United States Maintains Naval home of Shakspare, is returning
Aircraft Limitation to i to the Unitd States with what he
be mpactcalf believes is conclusive proof that
' be Ipractiable. acon. has been made the scape-
goat of a gigantic literary fraud.
(fly Asoiaed rc A riot unknown writer of vers
WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. i--6 himnsef, Morgan has for years been
The American delegation vwill enter, intrsted in the theory of the
the imirnent conference on naIval j Baconian authorship of the plays
limitation in London prepared toj attributed to the bard of Avon.
discuss further restriction of air- Morgan has obtained enlarged
craft carrier buidng, shoul that photographs of th bindings and
important matter be brought to theil pages of the original folios and as-i
fore; srts that i. the vry decorations,
Piiial considerationl of the funda- p ictures and letterings of the script
mental issues at the meting the Bacon wrote his name many times
world is awaiting, has ral Ud the.; over.
arraft question.
Would Limit Sea Forces.
With completion 'byt the American !OI R TCS L IT
delegation of detailed preparation ERA I SO IT
for 'participation by the United
States, the attention of oficial dir- TOSN H R 0 1
ce here turned to the basic ob-SIGIV D Y
jects of the parley bringing forward;ptonyhelmainofigin.'- -
sea .forces but also the halting of I Giovanni Martineli Will Appear
competitive building of all aten-,or- ait ris nCoa
Among the classifications which asSxhAttonC rl
offer possibilities of limitation is Union Program.
tine. aircraft cosrier whichi trans-
ports with the flets the combi1atant' RECITAL. DATE CHANGED
and observation planes. That typeI
of vessel was limited utder the'-Goan rtne
Washington. treaty of 122. There {GoahiMrnel. tenor of te
Have been no indications during the 1MAetroolitan Opera company, will
preliminary distissions among te i be featured, in recital in the sixth
powers, that the United States htas i the Choral Union concers
chaihgaNditji licyregardipg .the Zu~da !lill i1111Auditorium
3111rao'irtalI.~y Qift liting naval This cutae iri n aigc
aircraft;. There have been indica- from~ Wednesday night to Thursday
tioons, however,; that. the seven years night, as was originally planned
since the signing of the Washing- because of Martineli's appearane
change in the theory of American in Chicago Wednesday.
ton agreement have brought a Martinlli has been ,secured ~y
naval experts on the uses of the Charles A. Sink, director of the
aircraft carrier.F University of Music, as a substitute
Ask More Tonnage for the Scheduled Paderewski pro-
The Washington agreement lit- 'grain. Du 'to an emergency opera-
ited aircraft carriers to 27.000 tons tion for appendicitis, the Polish
with the Ulnited~ States assigned a} pianist and statesman was twic
total of 135,000 tons. In urging: forced to postpone his tour of
itpoi Congress the conistuct,i'ori of Amerian cities, and to finally an-
additional carriers to fill. t beLAmer- eel it entirely. I
loan quota, namvali'experts 'have Scheduled for the first of the
stressed the value of small_r car- seisoChrlUonccrt
riers, roughly one-half the size of hsries oChoril Uionecmertll
treaty.and Madamre Louise Homer, of the
Ithsappearedl that the theory Chicago Civic Opera company, wa
othAeia ayi o ta secured as soloist in his place.
the aircraft carrier is a defensive Mr. Sink spent the two weeks be.
ai of the fleet deriving its ow fore the Christmas vacation in thej
defense from anti-aircraft gus and East in an effort to secure a sub-
mnuch smaller weaponls ttan were stitute for the Padcrewski program
placed ogn America's two largestI' Martinelli has been a member o:
carriers, the Lexington and the Sa-~ the Metropolitan Opera compan:,
raoga., since 1913. As a young than in Eur
The writer., of the Washngtori ope he made successful appear
treaty themselves' anticipated anes in Milan, Naples, Mont
changes in theories surrounding Carlo, Budapest, and Brussels. Ir
the use of capital ships and air- 1912 he created a sensation in the
pane carriers and provided in the Convent Garden in London, an
treaty for consultationvs among the the following year came to Aericrseaowr vrsc (ie-Ir ecm filtd ihteMt
dions as the airplane carriers pro- Irplitanr Opera company. Since
vdes. that time he has rsen to tie pusi-
t-Japan is expected to be the sup- tion of principal tenor.
porter of a proposal to reduce the lie has created numecros leading
ariait, of the aircraft carriers. .or- roles, and has a repertoire which in.
nier Premiier Reiro Wakatsuki; the eludes principal parts in mary
chief Japanese deegate to the par- operas.
ley said in an interview shortly Cuo ubr3 hc rgn
after leaving Washington 'Where h al. Coupndmmedfr 3, ich uerigi
hiad conferred pith Ateriau of fic- iiy itne o h aees
ills preparatory to the conference I program, should be used for the
that it was the view of the Tokio concert Thursday night.
government that the limits of air-
craft carriers should be reduced be- Palmer Christian. Wil
low the figures set at the Washing-
ton conference. Give Weekly Program
collision Costs Lives Palmuer Crstan, University or
fTw Ar A viao aniost,wil present a program to
of wo ~ry A iatrsmorrow afternoon in -Hill Audi
toriunm. This is one of the regula
mfy Asociated1 Prs) weekly organ recitals presented b
GALVESTON, Tex., Ja}. 6. - An Mr. Christian every Wednesda
airplane ,colision near here today afternoon.
cost the lives of Lt. Clarence C. The concert tomorrow will fea

Mitchell, 25, and Sergeant Julius ture the ensemnble of the orgar
T. Bihami. 32. of the Third Attack Several of the numbers on the pro-
group. Fort Crockett. Their planej gramn have been written origin'all
collided with another Army ship and solely for the organ and or-
piloted by Lt. William C. Mills, at cliestra.
at altitude of 1.500 feet. -
Both Mills andc his passenger, Marshall Is Winner
Sergeant Lindsey Braxton, took to 0V 1'T

kAssistant Museum Head to As-
sunmc Charge of Biological
]Excavators Restore Old Temple
in Ancient City of
Chiclien Itza.
Frederick M. Gaige, assistant di-
rector of the museum of zoology
sails Wednesday for Yucatan
where he will attend a conferencE I
of research workers under the di-
rection of the Caraegie Institute
} The ancient Mayan civilization will
be the subject of the meeting with
j intensive study given to the exca-
vations made by the Carnegie in-
stitute in' Yucatan and Guatemala.
Gaige will return from Central
America in six weeks to make ar-
rangements for the University oft
Michigan to asstune charge of the
biological and zoological phases of
the excavating. 1Ie plans to go
back to the district in the spring.
The Carnegie Institute has been
working in Central America since:
1923 and has been found the most


NEW YOR1K, N. Y.. Jan. b.-_--The!
New York Yankees announced to-
da~y the signing of Fred Asbeck, '29.'
:)f Lakewoodi, Ohio, giant University
Aj Michigan pitcher, who stands
aearly six feet six inches, Asbeck
pitched good ball in college and
)attled several Japanese teams
ast summer on tour of the Orient
vith Michigan.
Asbeck was a three-year veteran:
in the Wolverine baseball teams of1
927-28-29. The lanky pitcher cap-!
gainecd the team his senior year
vhich won the undisputed Western,
',onfereic championship. Along 1
with Bill McAfee, '29, of Chicago,
,he Wolverine diamond contingent'
)oasted one of the strongest moundj
~ores in college baseball.
Abseck takes rank with Jablon-
:'wski, Don Miller, Pess Edigars, Bob:
Knode, and George Sisler as promi-!
nent Michigan performers who
.ave turned to big league baseball.
in past performances Asbeck has
;hown himiself worthy of an oppor-
vunity to break into thec major
leagues, and the Wolverine hurler;
should make good with his fast bal
and accurate curves.
Commnittee Will Meet Toni ,!)
to Discuss Amnendmnent to

Asbeck Signs
as Yankee Pitcher

i Georgc IW. Aight mire
President, of Ohio State univer-
sity, who, when approawhed on the
question of women smrokers, said
that while he disapproved of the
practice and hoped women students
would eventually condemn it, lie
1would decline to promuolga te any
prohibitory and u nen foreable rule
against it.,
("University traing," said Presi-
dent Rightmire, "should be a pre-
lparation for a life, of independent
judgment and responsibility, not
for a life ordered from without."

All class officers and senior
committeemen xwhose pictures
are to appear in the 1930 Mich-
iganensian must have their pho-
tos taken be-fore the end of the
the week, it was announced by
George E. Leonard, '30, manag-
ing editor. This will be the last
opportunity to have this done.
All organizations, fraternities
and sororities, must make ap-
poinitments with the official
*hotographer s at once, Leonard

smlall score is f oun'd ill t1erl(-
,g'nardiig of Truiskowski aiid )r
wig, Alwere onilicheeels of the~
l Gopher forwards froin stars to iIi-
ihwheni the hall was inl their' pos-
Orwig and Chapman led a close-
race to determine which was t,
w~n the scoring honors, with the
former winning out by one polint
with a free throw near the end of
the game. Orwig scored 10 p oiln t
to Chapman's 9, while Truskowski
was a close third with 7. Kanit~
scored 4 and Daniels 2.
Loose, Minnesota forward, led
" the home team scorers wth 6 points

Or-wig, Chapman Lead Winners for Scoring
Honors; Wolves Hold 19-6 Advantage
at End of First Period.
(By Associated Precss )
MI NNNi'APOJALS, lii., )"anl. 6--Nlaking its first chargze toward
the I93o Big Nine batnicr. the Uiniversity of Mlichig ar basket ball teamt
last 1nfght rouated Alinnecsota here bay a 3 to 17 score.
Thie Wolverine v'ictory ca"mw after they had fought anI uphill battle
a' ainist a bitter (C;oijiir rally early in the secon d halfI and ret tii O(
contecr oflfensi ve of their owns to swecll th ie wiiini ng marg.11"in. This rea"lly
umarked the only time which the Gophers even threatened, and Al ichi.,ati
foundI an almost uriubstrInctedI path to victory.
l ,eadinig at the close of the first half by :ig to 6, -Michigan oiitlia\ d
the hiome~ teamixill every (departmient. lhe maini reason IorAXliuhles ta's


Fl ~ r rprodiuctive site the ancient city of
W I fl NI OChichen liza in Yucatan. At thi:.
Wn il 15 c - n - lIace1 the xvorkers unearzthed ,and

POIF Tcom~pletlCy restored te emlezIPI k ln-a oloe y onewho
PIM S j Warriors. Many friezes, coluns iTO CIRCULATE PETITIONS chSS[I nad up 4olowte opertoaw
P IT IN bUWTILS and other valule findsm have beenifrb fEAiitJLITN The bos on both teamns roughed
it up a bit and 16 personal fols
Jac, ainbLI, nd~v ni WI 'At the city of Uacvaxatuniz n hemeitlstem foin the prmoion of i iiCTl~ lfi in all were made, 7 by Michigan
1A Enmm%;Wuw o f heMaanemir;leeiae h Student council wil be taken yrd9U LE.I tUi and 9 by Minnesota. None of the
,._, ~,, u~ ,..,caers were forcer from thic gains,
be N~iinedSatw'day.alsov been many importanit findcs , t,7:15 o'clock tonight, when a * u eewre oso hi
Thec discoveries cov :r a period of +,onHnittee of 50 students, who will. tdnsSol ieDsrpinruhtcis
1l600 years and date back to near e1 ye as "nterpreters" of the few
SEVERAL TO B3E MOUNT1EDl the beg innirug'of the Christian era ''Man for the selection of the presi-, of Cars Held in Order to The shotint was rratic ii te
CoonlLiderhhaee o-ient and recording-secretary of the Obtain JH License.t early part ofe the game, but whenoi
With thne closing of the arniua.i operating inz the work. In his recent Union to the undergraduate body of othi
me-act play writing contest yes- flight over the country he is said the University, will meet at the Um-'thbakthelopdsvrlcn
terdy ateroonit as oundtha -t hav fon c man lage empl' 101) NEW PERMITS AVAILABLE secutive shots cleanly through the
teda ,ferooitwa fud ha o av fud an are eml . in nets. The Gophers could not lend
thirty-eight 'players had been sub- andi monuments which have been rjThe proposed system provides for
ru'itted. The plays have been elms- previously unknown. President! he selection of the two highest Students who have driven auto- the asket during most of the first
triute~byPro. Knnth . RweI Aexade C.Rutvcn hasals I,udcut officers of the organizationI mobiles back to Ann Arbor from half and wasted many shots.
1nstuctr i ply witig, o te ben itenelyintresed n teseby a committee consisting of seven + their homes with the intention ofnohaemcoprtiytosw
instuctr i ply witig, ote beavaitonsel neetdi hs members of the board of directors'iohaemcoprtnytosw
;hrec judges, Prof. Peter M. Jack.;exatin and contemplated at ofteUin pe omte ol storing the ars here until spring I ter wares as thce entered the
I)f the rlietonic rdepatmea nt:Prof. lending the conf reuce hibut latxibi o co.ei teUno..ofTecomte
')sar J.Cambel. f te Eglsh hanedhisplas.I ~O cmpsedoffour faculty or 1 vacation brinl; s a rlaxation of the lame late.
Osca JCambel. o theli~zglsh h~ini~e hi Iiiin" jalunnui nienibers and three studenzt; auto ban are requested by W. B.; The box score follows:
lepartinent, an(i\Valenmtine Windt, ebr.Rea, assistant to the dean of stu-p mebes Michigan, 3
llrector ofC Play Prodution. A de-> Wolverine Sextette I The details of the system will be dents, to regster their cars immze- f FG. 1. PI',
ision of the judges will be printed i xpiined to the committee so that diately at his office.IKaizf........2 0 1
n.Thre Daily Sa~turday morn'ing.Peprsfo gge it in turn may explain it to the Registration coisists InI filling out KWeis, f.............2 0 (l
The intention of the csnipetitioi - (.students, prior to the circulation of a frm bearing blanks for the fol- ITm'uslowski f *..,.3 }1'
's to select a bill of stud~ent written w Returning from a :four game trip) I petitions to have the system lowing inifor'mation:name and Daniels f. .....s1 ~0 0
plays next semnester. A. pieliinary in the east, miade during the last broougt before the directors of thei make of car. license number, and Chamnli ,,..
?rodcution will be given for the1 week of vacation, Coach Eddie Union. T'he petitions must c~oma- location of storage. 4 ~c..~. i23
wvinninig plays for the purpose of Lowrey's Wolverine puck eoiiibiw- I t aiii at least 200 signatures before i "While there is no particular oh- owivel, g...........4 2 3
evision before final poutn. 'ion will open the final pre-confer-I it Cai be presented to the board. { eto1t t nsrrvn ac o'Loel .....-.0 (!00
"If one cant judgie friim the playvs ,,once drive ovi the inlne ice this If tie students successfully pt,- ! Ann Arbor fron their hiomes after - - 'g g.. ,.. ...0 0
-ceacd in thne play~ writing class," Mr.;- evening when the Michigan teami. tition the board, the queetiozi,I vacation and keeping their cars :z
lowe said yesterday. "anid fromi the meet the Ontario Aggic sextette,. which would be In thde form of anl here for the 'pring. holidays, we Tlotals ... .1.3 6, 7
)lays that have been brougit to me'I at 7:30 o'clock in the Coliseum . amendnnt to tihe Union constitu-I deem it helpful to proper enforce- 'i innesotLa, 17.
by students not in then class for f A winner over Michigan by a 4-3 ion, will be submitted to a special ment of the automobile regulation, Sommuer, f ........... 2 0 1
criticism, the somewhat largerj count last year, the Canadians will m ieeting 'of student members of the to have a complete list of all stu- Loose, f... .....3 0 1
number of plays submitted this:i again take the ice with a strong;I Union. Every male student of the I dent cars in storage here,".MR Rea Norgaard, c ......0 3 2
year over last should represent a! team and should force the Maize University is a memiber of the Un-i said yesterday. Novonty, a............ 1 0 0
much higher average quality." ' and Blue stickhandlers all the way. in Those who have been granted; Gadler, g ........1 0! 2
____faculty exemption from the ban are Karsner, g..... 0 0
also requested to promsptly register Schoeningb, g.... ..... 0 0 1
AI'N ARBOR STUDENTS AND TOWN'SPEOPLE ENDORSE 1 tiheir cars at tle office of Mr. Ra.
All cars must be registered ac-' Totals......7 3 fl
IRESOLU TION SUPPORTING INDIA'S MVIOVE FOR FREEDOM1 cording to 1930 license numbers. Referee -Getchell, St. hms
jSuetwhhaecrinso-fIncli's strike for in~de~pendence of con erence at London by removing age in eAnneA roeamd whyovfailbe TAF"T W1I LL TAKE
Britishi rule was gie alcl su;sgla otand's needs f or a large naval reitrtecrf)oel i
givenes aa lowyalthas-tat thUn eid bnft ftecsoay TWVO' EK RES
pec~t here yesterday wvhen a resolu- otaan hr ta h Uie special privileges granted at J-Hop ______
tion support ing thme Italian National teshsawy supported eXTforts time to those who have cars avail-(yAsoatdre)
Congress's motion for freedom was f;. atoward feo eofa tha ntedtime s able amnd ish to use them for so- WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 6.
stnsig andy retwnpeopleAnd sb-r I eer teiifleneporIniai-cial or transportation purposes. Chief Justice Taft has decied to
;stuent an tonspepleand su- exrt hei inluene fr Idia m- Most applications for renewal of I'direct all his efforts to the recup-
mutted to Senator John J. Blaine of dcpendence, and that the PresidentI regular students driving pemits !eaioi fhssrnt uigf
Wisconsin. Thme stastement was -------~.-~ be asked to recognize India as aaIweretroneofehisestrengthiduringvth
drawn up ?s a result of two I sister antd sovereign republic. cation, anid the permit tags issued next two weeks.wek zs~a
speeches delivered by Dr. J. T. ITelclsae ntwhhWtSyesterday. but students who failed+-cHediin e a we en hcalo
Sunclenland of New York, author - "~-" apended to a copy of the Blain('d1 to file applications for permit re- Icniin4et eurneo
of "India in Blondage" which was ( resolution, after taking Cognizance newas will be given anl opportun-thbldetruefowic le
by imeEngishlimInda.of the demands of the people of ! ty to do so this week, Mr. Rea .said Iwas treated several years ago.
-uprssd yth Eglshii nda. With much protest, .le finally
.suessed Iwo poe tth !India for freedom madle through t herNaioaCngesecmer;_ilddothiprtniisfi
rUnitarian church, pointed out that -' ~" -erNtima ogesDcme' Basktbll Scores I-fyildedhto thesiiprnitis his
"the background of India's desire 31 at Lahore, 'states that the un-1 aseelIfmilyof h Spsi Ciant andas-
I orfredm is n heaniqiy i ''.~r- designed students of the University Ilmn;s 19. Ohio State 15. cae fteSpeeCut n
and perfection of India-n civiliza- r<: , ,of Michigan amnd citizens of An i Pittsburgh 33, Montanai. State 37.willtrgotint.GarfiseldHpitaldtere
* ) ~Arbor, Michigan, at this meeting, Manhattan College 24, Yale 18. frtetet ti xetdta
tion, whichm contrasts acutely with ;.!wti ek ewl esfiin-
%he many barbaric customns which IK-- support wholeheartedly India s il___relevedtogohtstofreed____addloowithin a week, hevilleffcNot
idpnetWsenper"Dr-Idisfavor on any attempt on theu~ra trXf 1 Carolina, where he will rest.
Sun derland poin ted out aspeccts of # )- art of Englanid to resort to mii- -LstJnin ekndcn
th1rsswiheit oa nIi I laiticato ymc edema-I/~dition caused by tie high t ei~on~
wh ri hichhre et t oabrigoven- ,,! tca'j fatinwhc w ee uder xhich. - lehad been pushing
1dia and the difficulties in England ! i,' , solmtely out of harmony with the . Ithe wr fteSpeeCut
mrenit from keeping its promises to . Americas, principles of democracy. cinttwo viet hisbrthwereknCiHe
I _"" .. ._ __ r ..,, _, Aud ndannaioalstlede, Acony of this resolution was sentIinat, hodid as/wek iI

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