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VOL. XL. NO. 73.

ANN ARBOR, MICTIYGAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1930

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE FIVE CENTS

ERRING FRESHMENi
TO BE -DISCIPLINEDYT[ -.;CP9N 1
BTEA CAPTAINS
Failure of Yearlings to Wear
Pots Brings Student
Council Action.
CO-OPERATION IS ASKEDt
Installation of University Flag

Dance Team to Appear
In Two Recitals HereI
Georgi and Kreutzberg Will Give'
Two Different Programs.

RENOWNEU TENOR

Middle West Gripped
Under Ice and Sleet

in Famous Louvain Library ox,
Is Also Approved.
Measures to discipline freshmen
who persistently fail to wear pots
were adopted last night by the Stu,1
dent council. The steps were taken
after numerous first year students
were reported failing to uphold thisj
tradition of the University. The
action planned is to subject the err-t
ing freshmen to an "inquisition"
administered by council leaders,;
and captains of the varsity athletic
teams.
Students to Aid.
Upperclassmen knowing of fresh- ' 4.
men who do not wear the pots are 1
shed to report them to the council
by calling the student ofilces in the
Union. The students making re--t
ports will be asked to give their Yvonne Georgi,
names, but these will be held secret nc h
by the committee. Interpret:ve dancer, who will ap-
Installation of a U n.ersity flag pear with Harald Kreutzberg to-
in the Louvain Library, Belgium, night and tomorrow night at ther
was approved by the council and a Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. Dif-'
resolution was introduced to for- ferent programs are to be present- ;
ward the matter to the Board of ed each night.r

Ground Transportation Delayed,
Air Traffic Halted
LI (1Jy As~ociated Pre...)i
I N H H 91 S10 1 S ANSAS CITY, Jan. 8.-Snow
I CHORAL SERIES sleet pelted the Middle West
and Rocky Mountain regions today,
Giovanni Martinelli Peatures rnd trnsrtatioanddelaying
Program to be Presented Unsettled Nather cond.ions
at Hill Auditorium. prevailed down to the Gulf of Mex-
ico, Southern states reporting rain,
PADEREWSKI CANCELLED fog and descending temperatures.
Air transportation generally was
tied up through the West.
Pianist's Ill Health Is Cause of At Miles City, Mont., the mercury
Definite Postponement dropped to 16 below zero. Sub-zero
sConcert, readings were general in the Rocky
of His Mountains, where more snow fell
last night, blocking highways in the
Giovanni Martinelli, tenor of the higher altitudes.
Metropolitan Opera company, will Northern Arizona was blanketed,
present a program tonight in Hill despite predictions of Indian
Auditorium as the sixth of the ser- medicine men that there would be
no snow in the state this winter.
ies of this seson's Choral Union The cold continued in the North- <
concerts. The program is scheduled west, with additional snowfall. At
to begin at &:15 o'clock. Williston, N. D., a temperature of
Coupon number 3, originally in- 26 below zero was recorded and it
tended for the concert to be given was 34 at Winnipeg, Man.
by Ignace Jan Paderewski, Polish Sleet and snow fell in Kansas,'
pianist, should be presented for Missouri, Oklahoma and North Tex-
this program. as, resulting in many highway ac-"
Planned to Open Series. cidents. The storm caused suffer-'
Martinelli was originally sched- ing to livestock grazing on the .
uled to open the Choral Union staked plains of Texas. In the
season, but because of illness, was lead and zinc district of Missouri
forced to cancel his engagement. ! and adjoining states mining op-
Madame Louise Homer, of the Chi- erations were hampered by wea-
cago Ci'vic Opera company presented' ther conditions.
the first concert of the series.
In an effort to fill the engage-
ment made vacant by the extended:I
illness of Paderewski, Charles A.P
Sink, director of the School of
Music activities, has spent the past LII
two weeks in the East.F
Paderewski's program, originally'
scheduled for November 7, , was -
postponed to December 13, and later "Crisis in Modern Education' to;
to January 8 because of the effects be Discussed at Last
of an operation for appendicitis of Series.
which the niamist was forced to un- ofSre.

Biblical And Ironical Allusions
Used in Attack on Prohibition
Enforcement Tragedies.

ASSAIL

'DRY

KILLING'

Black Says Prohibition Will
Be Solved Until Some U.
President Is Impeached.

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(By aociated Pre:
WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.-The an-
cient classics were invoked today
by wets in the House as they led
debates on the war department
supply bill into the field of prohi-
bition to assail the drive applaud-
in what they term "dry killing."
Irony and Latin were employed
by Representative Black, Democrat,
New York, as he nominated Bishop
James Cannon, junior, of the Meth-
odist Episcopal Church south, to
be "cheer leader" for the drys.
"Of course," he said. "I do not
want himto turn any somersaults
here because some chips of stock
might fall out of his pocket."
Uses Biblical Analogy.
Representative Shafer, Repub-
lican, Wisconsin, drew an analogy
from the Bible.
"Each day's tragic news," he as-
serted, "indicates more human
lives sacrificed on the altar of pro-
hibition Baal."
He characterizes this figilre as a
"God" of the drys, "which must
have blood."
His delving into the classics--,
by way of emphasizing his demand
that President Hoover's Law En-
forcement commission hold public
hearings. He said it should give "a
judicial determination whether the
prohibition law is workable."
% "If it does not do that," he said,
"the entire Congress should rebuke

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'CA C I OUniversityHeads Plan (MRC ( VY
L L Educational Broadcasts 1 L 10 L I 131;Oy
Ruthven Confers With Dr. Milliken,SR
0 WIT IN HUSE;Owen D. Young and Wilbur. ?
First steps in further utilization V
IN LIQUROEBA TESa: F ~NAV CONFWERENCE
of the radio for educational pur-
poses, principally adult education.
iwere taken at a meeting of uni-

versity heads, government officials, Conference Aims to Limit Sea
and executives of the country's Fgtn oe fFv
broadcasting companies held this Fighting Power of Five
week in New York city under the Great Nations.
auspices of the Carnegie corpora-
tion. The general will of the group U. S. PARTY TOTALS 92
said President Alexander G. Ruth-
ven, who represented Michigan at Secretary Stimson Heads Large
the conference, was that broad-'SceaySiso ed ag
casting could well be extended by Contingent Off For London
universities, both in the classroom Naval Parley.
and outside.
In order to bring the purpose of I wcia! E'r
the meeting nearer fruitition, a s WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.-Bound
committee will be nominated by on a mission to limit the sea fight-
Dr. Keppel, head of the Carnegie ing istiof the five grea nava
corporation, to work out an or- ing strength of the five great:naval
ganization for a permanent group powers, the American delegation to
which will co-operate with the the London Naval Conference will
broadcasting companies in arrang- sail tomorrow for the British capi-
ing programs and regular periods tal.
of broadcasting. It is expected that T
this committee will begin work im- The official American contingent
mediately; its work will further o e parley totals 92, some of
consist in augmenting the presentI whom are already s hLondon. The
broadcasting activities of interest- remaining members;headed by See-
ed universities as well as carrying wyill sail from Hoboken tomorrow on
out the plans outlined at the New +teSaS Grge H ashkntoofthe
York conference.the S.S. George Washington of the
Among the university heads who United States lines,
attended the meetings were Pres- Four Have Left Washigton.
idents Scott of Northwestern, Hut- All of the five delegates now in
chins of Chicago, Chase of North the United States, except Secretary
Carolina, and Ruthven of Michi- Adams, have already left Washing-
gan. Owen D. Young of the Na- ; ton and will join the party at the
tional Broadcasting company as dock. Secretary Adams, with some
well as Secretary of the Interior eighty advisers and menibers of the
Wilbur were also present; Dr. Alex- technical and official staff. will
ander J. Milliken, famous physicist leave the capital at 9 A.M. tomor-
also attended. row by special train. A number of
s the Americans and foreign news-
paper correspondents will accom-
SPEECHES COMEDY ,pany the delegation.
Months of careful preparation by
the interested powers, the. United
States, Great Britain, Japan,
France and Italy, made possible the
call for the conference issued by.
Great Britain. It will be the fourth
Talks by Peet and Aiton Will effort to limit sea armament, the
Supplement Presentation others having been made at the
ofThe Joiners.Washington Arms conference of
of The Joiners . 1921, the tri-Tartite conference at
-~~~~~~ Geneva in 1927, which ended in
STRING MUSIC INCLUDED failure,. and the work of the pre-
---t paratory disarmament commission
In addition to the broadcasting of the League of Nations.
of "The Joiners," the winning play In working out a goal for the par-
in the student contest held last ley, the five powers have devoted
year, Prof. Waldo Abbot announces particular attention to the proposi-
that Dr. Max M. Peet of the Medi- tion that all categories of ships
cal school, and Prof. Arthur S. from battleships to small auxiliary
Aiton of the history department ships, should be limited in an effort
will speak on the Michigan Night to halt competitive naval con-
radio program scheduled for Satur- struction land reduce cost of main-
day night. tenance.
Dr. Peet will talk on "Fractures= Much was done by the Washing-
of the Skull," and Professor Aiten ton conference in the limiting of
will discuss "The Lost Century in the capital ships and the aircraft
America," which will concern the carriers. High hopes are held here"
period in history between the land- that the London meeting will re-
ing of"Columbus and the landing */sult in a still more stringent limi-
of the Pilgrims. ! tation of the expensive capital ship
A string ensemble from the and aircraft carrier.

Regents. It is expected that the
board will consider the proposition:
at its meeting Friday.
Many Schools to hang Flags
The plan for placing the flag of:
the University in the library is an I
adherence to an undertaking byj
other educational institutions in
the nation. It is expected that
every university and college in the:
country will place a flag in the Lou-'
vain library. Several other schools
have already. consented to hang{

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NOTED DANCE AR
TO APEARTONIGHt,
Harold Kreutzberg and Yvonne
Georgi Will Give First '
of Two Recitals.

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dergo last summer in Europe.
Convalescing in Switzerland
A later setback in his general
condition made his physicians deem
it advisable to cancel his entire
American tour. According to the

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SPEAKS THIS AFTERNOON
In the last of a series of All-Cam-
pus Forum meetings, Prof. DeWitt
H. Parker of the philosophy de-

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atest report, the Polish statesmani eas twl aezvdisl
theirprespective flags in the library.;' s en a --wl-peak on the ques- ,spr ds
In taking the disciplinary action SEAT SALE CONTINUES and pianist is convalescing in Lau- tion, "The CrisisinaMoern Educa-useless." .
against the freshftien the council-. -sanne, Switzerland. tion," at 4 o'clock this afternoon in "Drys Letting Down."
men felt that the first year stu- First of two programs will be pre- A limited number of season tic-
dents should be reminded of tlfe sented by Harald Kreutzberg and kets for the remaining five con- Professor Parker, who since the l own lately in the speeches made
necessity of their observing the tra- Yvonne Georgi, world famous dane- certs, including the one tonight, death of the late Professor Wenley by the drys," he asserted, cited the
ditions of the University. It is be- ers, tonight at the Lydia Mendels- are on sale at the School of Musicdsech of Re
lievd ha etein sudntsh theatre.vThsiprogramitonight building. Single concert tickets " has headed the philosophy depart- peehofRpresentative Beedy,,
Ileved that entering students sohn theatre. The program tonightr dn ment, is recognized as one of the dry Republican of Maine, yesterday,
should wear pots, the first of the will be entirely different from the i - $ $ - - most brilliant men in this field in as a "particular specimen."
traditions they have contact with, one that the dancers have planned the country. He is well qualified to Beedy, he said, "advocates a new
so that they might aid in the future for tomorrow night. tMENTION HOOVER lead the discussion of this interest- amendment to the eighteenth:
in continuing the other of the The pair have just finished a IN LOBBY QUIZ ing question. Not only has he spent amendment," which said he would
many traditions at the University. three night recital in Chicago dur- considerable time studying educa- "read something like this: that this'
Promise of anything but unsym- ing which they filled Orchestra Hall tional methods used by colleges amendment shall not apply to red-
pathetic measures by the special to apacity. Senate Lobby Witnesses Called throughout the country, but he blooded American seamen, stand-
committee -of council leaders and The concert here, with a different' to Explain Letter. himself has been vitally interested ing in water three feet deep, pro-
varsity captains was made by the program tonight and tomorrow fiin determining wherein the weak- vided they steal a rum-runners liq-
council in adopting the measures night; is a distinct reversal of pol- (ByAssociae rey'ness of the present educational uor.""
last night. icy for their appearance 'in small WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.-A letter system lays. Referring to a speech made yes-
__________towns on this American tour: WSHIGTNaany8.Aylttrnsstmhlys
read today before the Senate Lobby Professor Parker has indicated terday by another prohibitionist,
______________Tonight, two outstanding num-
bers are on the program, and will Committee said W. C. D'Arcy, pub- that he will discuss the many dif- Representative Adkins, Republican,
MICHIGAN LOSES be preente oga a tie licity man of the CocoCola Co., "has 1 ferent phases of undergraduate life Illinois, Black said, "Mr. Adkins
TO ALAelo r ten Lat et," b a personal method of approach to approaching each phase from va- said he was at a party and did not
TO KALAMAZOO WAns an h ea Sng, by Hoover and is going to see that rious viewpoints. Following this see any drinking"
lekens, and ersianSong,by;Hoover gets full but concise data short introductory presentation of "I wonder," the New Yorker
t and musical accom- n the sugar subject." the subject, he will call for re- asked, "if he was at the dry con-,
Junior Varsity Easily Defeated i Composition admsclacm
O.e-et b furnished by The reference was contained in a sponse in the form of questions: vention the republicans held at
iniOneSided Game, 30-17. i enh Wilcken letter written by H. H. Pike, Jr., from the audience. He will incor- Kansas City a short while ago."
( s t rA number of good seats still re- Wall Street sugar broker, to P. A. porate the question "Is educational The prohibition question, will not
KALANO N an.9 8-Kalama- main for the presentalion tonight. Staples, of Cuba, who is connected emphasis misplaced?" in his dis- be solved, Black contended, "until
'thLtheZCentral.Hrh Caussion.'masomeopresidetrofethetUnitednState
zoo College defeated the Univer- They may be reserved by calling the' with the Central Hershey Co. cussion. some president of the United Statee
sity of Michigan "B" team in a one box office of the Lydia Mendelssohn Pike, who was on the witness The representative group of stu- is-impeached for not enforcing this'
sided basketball game here tonight, theatre. A few seats are left, also, stand, testified his information was dents, who selected the subjects for law." Expressing "the greatest re-
30-17 for the performance tomorrow received "from someone," but he the entire series of Forums con- spect i the world' for President
The local aggregation piled up a night. said he had forgotten who it'was. iceeded that the subject "The Crisis Hoover, the New Yorker said he
17-4 lead early in the game and was Tickets are priced at $2.50, $2.00, Senator Arthur Robinson, of In- in Modern Education," was one of failed to understand why the presi-
never in danger. Michigan was $1.50, and $1.00. diana, the only regular Republican } the most important of the series. dent "cannot see the realities and
trailing by 17-8 at the half. Mur- Tonight's program follows: on the committee, asserted that the The Forum committee, who during come to the rescue of the country
dock was high scorer for Kalama- Polonaise ................. Chopin letter indicated D'Arcy has "some the present' series has endeavored instead of temporizing with it as
zoo with eight points. Coombe Dance of the Master of back stairs way of getting to" the to bring before the student body for he has."
scored seven points for the Univer- Ceremonies .............Scott President. frank and liberal discussion, a few.
sity reserves. (From Reinhardt's Festival Play) When Pike said he did not know of the basic problems that confront ' J-HOP' TICKET SALE OPENS
The victory evened the current In The Twilight ..........Milhaud who gave him the information young people during their under- Tickets for the J-Hop February
series between the teams, Michigan Variations ................ Mozart Robinson shouted: igraduate life, has been of the same 14, will be placed on sale at the
having won by 14-11 at Ann Arbor Revolte...............Wilckens "Then you ought to' have kept opinion. desk of the Union this afternoon
recently. Dance of Salome Scott quiet. This is the purest kind of and will remain on sale there
Romantic Dance Scenes . .Debussy lobbying." R e EtnPv n each afternoon. Juniots in the
THE LINEUPS- Intermission "I can tell everything now that evxesan University wil e given first pre-
mchigan F T 'Spanish Impressions ... DeFalla I knew then," Pike replied. to Better State Roads ferance, though the ticket sale
Jennett, f.............2 0 4 Mazurka ................ Seriabine Robinson asserted that the ref- is open to the entire campus.
Weinstei rf . Angel of the Last Judg- erence was unfair to the President, (By Associated Pre-ss

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School of Music is scheduled to pre-
sent several musical numbers dur-
ing the program which will be
broadcast from the Morris hall
studio from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock.
Several changes in "The Joiners"
have been made, according to Pro-
fessor Abbot, in order that the playj
may be successfully put on the air,
since scenery and costumes will be
lacking. Some typical student lan-
guage has been necessarily deleted,
but in the main the script is vir-
tually intact.
The studio will be open to any
one who may wish to watch the
broadcasting of this program, Pro-
fessor Abbot says. It will be the
first Morris hall attempt to put a
play ft the air.
Candidacy Considered
for General Pershing

Preparations for the conference
began during the summer when the
United States and Great Britain,
through conversations carried on
in London between Prime Minister
MacDonald and Ambassador Dawes,
attempted to adjust their naval dif-
ferences which caused failure of
the 1.927 conference between Amer-
ica, Great Britain and Japan.
By October the negotiations had
reached the point where Prime
Minister MacDonald felt it advis-
able to come to Washington for
personal talks with President Hoov-
er.

BLACK OPPOSES
PACKERS' APPEAL
Alabama Senator Hits Change
in Consent Decree.

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2t Persian Song .... ...........Satie that was meant was that D'Arcy
7 Spirit of Evil - either knew Mr. Hoover or could
Russian Dance ........ Wieniawski reach him through a friend. '
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SENATE APPROVES GREATER TARIFF-
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T ON FAST GROWING RAYON INDUSTRY
6 (By Associated Press)
6 WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 8 - i the Senate adjourned.
4 Further increases in rayon tariff Chairman Smoot, of the finance'
4 were approved today by the Senate ; committee, said the sugar rates had
6 during an all day session devoted been deferred long enough and ask-'
! exclusively to this fast growing in- !led that they should be disposed of
30 dustry. immediately. Senator Harrison, a
n With the exception of the first democrat, Mississippi, however, ask-
paragraph in the new schedule, ap- ed that they go over until Monday
17; proved yesterday but reconsidered and made a motion to that effect,
today and deferred for final action IbutSmoot prevailed upon him to

LANSING, Jan. 8.-A tentative
state highway improvement pro-
gram involving the expenditure of
$125,000,000 or more in the next
five years revealed today by Gro-
ver C. Dillman, state highway com-
missioner.
Herewith is presented a litho-
graphed picturization of what

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BASKETBALL SCORES,
Pittsburgh 24, Carnegie Tech

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Army 50, Delaware 21.
Navy 39, Lake Forest 20.

(By Associaied Pres>)
LINCOLN. Neb., Jan. e-General WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.-Protest
John J. Pershing, despite his state- against any modification of the
ment f om Washington announcing Consent . Decree entered into by
he did not "seek" office and that he meat packers in 1922 was voiced in
would not consider enterina politic, the Senate today by Senator Black
in Nebraska, remained, in the opin- Dem.), Alabama, who said the
ion of Mark Woods, a potential packers had appealed to the At-
"draft candidate" in opposition to torney-General for modification of
Senator Norris the decree.
----'-- Senator Black said nullification

Totals. ...........13 4
Referee: Bos (Grand Rapids Ju
for College).
Ccore at half, Kalamazoo,1
Michigan, 8.'

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HOOVoR, BOW, V ALLeErE RECwEIVoE RaAZZ Imprs
A topen chain stores "forthe sale
IN 'OPEN LETTER' GARGO YLETODA Y of everything eaten and everything
-------used."
By Bobo. Senator Kendrick (Dem.), Wy-
Clara Bow, Herbert Hoover at the and de vastng new malady, ath- oming, interposed that he had "very
White House, Rude Vallee, a fancy lete's foot, conceived and executed reliable information" that, the At-
dog-fancier of the campus, ' the by Paul Showers, '31. torney-General had declined to
manager of the Union, one of the , Other items of interest are the take any part in the case and that
Fine Arts department's lights, the cartoons on the Iowa-Big Nine sit- ! he had held the question was one
director of play production, some-. uation draw' by E. Jerome Ellison, .for the courts.
one connected with The Daily, and '30, managing editor, and an origi- The Wyoming senator said the
a Doctor in the "Polly Sigh" de,,: nal cover design by Lee Blaser, '31.1 livestock industry and many farm

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