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VOL. XL NO. 83. ANN ARBOR, MCICIIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1930 EIGHT PAGES

PRICE FIVE CENTS

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BLE HOOSIER S,

45-26

Prof. Aigler

Attacks

Carnegie

Investigation

I

SMOOTH WORKING CBliNATION

'AHLE TIC BOARD'S
RPORT CRITICIZES
TCTS
Charges Distortion, Exaggeration,
of Facts to Indict SchoolsI
for Recruiting Men.
STATES SITUATION HERE I
Justification Given for Action in1
Iowa Suspension; Football
Only Yields Profit.

Brucker Will Speak
at Highway Meeting FOR ONION MERIT
SYSTEM THRDAY

Student Council Arranges Plans
for Voting on Amendment
to Constitution.
WILL HOLD POLLS OPEN
Two-Thirds Vote of at Least 600j
Students Will Effect Change;
All Men May Vote.

Criticizing the recent bulletin on Final arrangements for the vote
intercollegiate athletics of the Car-! Thursday on the merit system
negle foundation for its distortion :amendment to the Union Constitu-
and exaggeration of facts and for tion are being made by the Student
its generalization based onminade- Council committee under the di-
quate data, the annual report of rection of its chairman, Kenneth
the Board in Control of Athletics as on. Wilber M. Brucker, M. Lloyd; '32L. The amendment,
subnitted by Prof. Ralph W. Aigler Attorney-general of Michigan, which provides for the selection of
of the law school takes up each of who will be one of the speakers at the two highest student officers in
the specific charges made against the annual banquet to be held in the Union by an electoral board,
Michdgan, refutes them, and sheds connection with the conference on requires for passage the two-thirds
some light on the actual conditions highway engineering, which meets vote of at least 600 men students
cited. . ihere Feb. 11-13, inclusive. and faculty men.
The Board's report also gives a Voting will take place from 11
financial statement of the period jlo'clock Thursday morning until 6
1928-24, in which football is reveal- 4 1 1o'clock that evening in the front
ed as the only sport to yield a pro-i part of the Union lobby, Lloyd stat-
fit, traces the growth of the ath- . 1 ed yesterday. Members of the
1etic plant and the development of Executive' Council, which is com-
the "athletics for all" movement,'IVUI Ir UOR U posed of the higher student officerst
and justifies the action of the Con- of the Union, will be in charge of
ference in the suspension of Iowa. -the balloting.j
Failed to Discriminate. "Die Kalcidoskop Stadt" Design, Every male student of the Uni-
Failure to discriminate between New in America Relies on versity, b'eing automatically a mem-
the various forms of "subsidizing" be of the Union, will be eligible
and "recruiting" through vague use Color for Effects. to vote on the proposition. A large,
.of these terms is given as one of banner, reminding s udents of the
the disappointing things about Bul- WARREN DESCRIBES SET: election, will be hung across State
letin No. 23 as compiled by Dr. Sav- street in front of the Union. The
age for the Carnegie foundation. Based on modern Northern Euro- banner is now being prepared by
Charges that athletes at Michigan I pean stage settings, the decorations committeemen at the Union.
were given special "concessions" at for the 1931 J-Hop will be con- The amendment will create an
games, were employed as solicitorsstructed in accordance with a de- electoral board composed of three
for advertising, and were subsidiz- sign which has been named "Die student members and four alumni
ed as writers were found to have I Kaleidoskop Stadt" by its creator, and faculty members. Those sevenc
small basis in fact. Sweeping Ralph H. Beers of the National will be selected by the board of di-
charges of subsidizing w;riters at Flag and Decorating company of rectors from their own membership.
Ann Arbor were drawn from the Detroit, contracting decorators for The three student members will be
iaet that Benny Friedman, grid the J-Hop committee. The accept- picked from the six vice-presidents
captain and all-American in 1926, ed motif is entirely new in this of the Union, who are. elected by
wrote several articles for the country. vote of the entire campus at the.
Youth's Companion and a newspa- The design this year has, been annual spring election.-
p'er syndicate during his senior described by Neil Warren, '31A, The electoral board will select
year. chairman of the sub-committee on each spring a president and record-
In substantiation of the charges decorations, as relying chiefly on mg-secretary from among the stu-
made in the Bulletin, Dr. Savage color for its effect. "Colored cloth dents who have worked in various
sent, a list of a dozen letters pur- in front of banks of flood lights subordinate positions. Selection
ported to have been written by the will cover the trusses of the gym- will be made upon consideration of
athletic staff of the University. Not nasium in the Intramural Sports the amount of work done by the
more than half of these were writ- biulding in a saw-tooth effect. The candidates and by their general!
ten by ior to the staff. According .colors will range from a dark blue ability.
,t& Prof. Aigler's report: "it -was not at the entrance down through the -__ __
the intention of the investigator to spectrum through red and orange Dudley Goes Into Lead
do anything other than to attempt to yellow at the opposite end,
.o make out a case. Instead of where the patrons' booth will be in Agua Caliente Open
manifesting the attitude of an im- located. -
partial and scientific investigator "The effect of perspective creat- (By Asociated Press)
searching for the truth, it seems to' d will be an optical illusion mak- AGUA CALIENTE. Mexico,. Jen.
"have been his intention to try . ing the room appear much larger 20-Blazing a trail through the
.ind something as if he were a pros- than it is in reality. On the wall :irst round of the world's richest'
ecutor or one engaged in writing a above the entrance will be a huge golf tournament, Ed Dudley, Wil-1
series of muck-raking articles upon model city as seen at night, under- mington, Delaware, professional, to-
which to hang a series of charges." neath which will be the committee day shot par 71 golf to place him-
Quote Statement. booth. The side walls will be cov- self in a one stroke lead over the1
Qu'oting the Board's statement j ered with silver metallic cloth to field of 115 starters in the Agua
further on the use of Michigan cor- within six feet of the floor, the re- Caliente $25,000 open tournament.'
respondence the fact develops that mainder of the wall to be covered While Dudley was mixing bril-
"out of a study of the letters to and with blue velvet drapes. liant golf with some rather medio-_
from the members of our athletic- "The orchestras will be located cre play, to match his prowess
staff . . . . upon which the Carne- at either side of the gymnasium in against the treacherous course,
die report was said to be based ...1 the middle on raised platforms McDonald Smith, Long Island, New i
the fact is that not one of the boys covered with chomium-plated met- York, exponent of the great Scot-
Over came to Michigan." It con- al. The design will be so construct- tish pastime, settled to the tedious I
rinues that any person turned loose ed that the maximum floorspace and nerve wracking grind to shoot
in the letter files of an organiza- will be available for dancing." a steady 72 for second place.
tion could make out a plausible_
eaeagainst any depravity or vir-E H BII N O F R
tue by proceeding on the principle WATER COLORS EXHIBITION OFFERS
ollowed by the Carnegie investi- ART STUDENTS VIEW OF TECHNIQUE;
gator." Michigan's treatment in,__-
this regard has been typical rather A Review by Jean Paul Slusser cause of their somewhat narrow-
Athan excepltional. jcueothismwatnro
n epol. n The Rotary Exhibition of Amer- ly limited and generally cautious
In upholding the Western Con-.
ference as an earnest effort to im- ILican water colors now on view in character, a false picture of Amer-~
prove athletic conditions, Prof. Aig- Alumni Memorial hall has the mer- ican art.
ler continues, "It is an interesting its and defects of such highly stan- The present exhibition, while
side-light on the accuracy of the dardized groups. The American maintaining a fairly high level ofc
Carnegie investigation that they Federation of Arts undoubtedly technical accomplishment, has ra-
.found very little to complain about performs a service to small com- ther more than the usual dearth of
Ii the case of the State University munities throughout the country by outstanding work. One searches al-
of Iowa. .. . In a number of places offering them a chance to see and most in vain for any freshness of
In know at first hand examples of the viewpoint, for any really personal
Serm Conference is referred to and, plastic arts in their various forms. approach or even for any new
-6i1rih1v n.1mnt always with a sort For communities such as this in treatment of well-worn material.

Dean Bates Favors
Union Merit System GU
Y NT GONISMInstallation of the merit system I PUR UBNINE
In the Union under the civil service_
Tprinciplewill strike at the root of
SFBAIERNITIES many of the ills arising under the Accurate Shooting and Close Guarding Feature
present method of electing the T
president and recording-secretary," Encounter; Truskowski Takes Scoring
Believes Deferred Rushing Plan said Dean Henry M. Bates of the
Economic Law school, who was instrumen-!Honors; 21-9 Count at Half.
Will Not Damage Economic tal in securing the new Union forHa
Stability of Houses. Michigan students. II'-
- "The best possible selection of of- Hy l'dnard t!"'crrr.
PLAN FINANCIAL SURVEY ficers will be ensured under the new \\uith smu hl w rkin combination that capitalized on long shots.
plan," Dean Bates continued, "and short shots, 11d f(re thros, M'ichigan s basketball team showed a Com-
p eanut politics will rightly be dis- plete re-ersal of form in trouncing Indiana, 45-26, last night, at Yost
E Leaders of Movement for Repeal carded. The increase in efficiency field house. In dropping the loosiers from. the Conference cage lead.
Will Compile Statistics on resulting from the merit system tie \\ olverines registered1 4 ield goals alid 17;penalty shots, while :he
Fraternity Finances. will certainly show in the manage- cuaring 01 the home leam kept the opposition effectively in cheek. I
ment of the organization, and it is w the first liig Nine defeat of the season feor Indiana and gave Purdue
Developments in the deferred not difficult to see that a large tudisputed possession of first place iM the standings.
business, such as the Union is, cte-
rushing fight yesterday were a bsnes ch astenion i, 1eading' 21-( at the half, Coach Veenker's cagers withstood a ('riun-
statement by J. A. Bursley, dean of Dean Bates wenton to show that - ----son challenge at the beginning of
students, that if he believed the de- some might object to the plan be- HIthe second J)eriod and then torr7-d
} ferred rushing plan adopted by the 7 cause it reduces the element of [tfar ahead to turn the game into a
Senate Committee on Student Af- popular election. "An element of rout with their well-placed shots.
fairs would embarrass the fraterni- student control is retained, how Joe Truskowski led the Maize and
ties financially he would be opposed ever, for the student members of Blue offensive with five baskets
tie fnanialyhe oud e opoedthe electoral board will be chose 'L I rn T IlN IIII
to it, and a categorical denial of all the ca ar and as man free throws for
charges that he believes fraterni- by the campus at large. Besidesnd m Y
res essentially a bad influence and that, the more we see of popular points. Dutch Kanitz and Henry
that he is seeking to abolish them election, the less likely w are to Game Marks First Gopher Loss Weiss were sensational with their
on the local campus. believe that it is the most satisfac- on Home Ice in More floor work, while Bill Orwig and
Leaders of the anti-deferred tory." Tan o ears.Capt. Bob Chapman turned in
i Leder of he nti-efered!Tha 'Tw Yers.som~e excellent guarding. Orwi,,
rushing movement were quick to ThnToYer.s e Zelle t g utd or
point out the opening given them [ fL I Lshomoer, tigly ied goosial
by Dan Brsly's tatmentin LAY IS SLOW, RAGGED sophomore, to a singltedfid goal,
their efforts to secure a repeal of --N ip Branch McCracken of the visitors
bye Deant Bummsl e 's satmen t in U"I 1 ~ L Y I SL W R A GG"ED Brawhil C ama n limted - Captains
night they began to lay plans for MIN.E APOLIS,MINN., Jan. 20- o a lone asetoi m e 001, Ce -
t comprehensive survey of rater-i.aT l 0fl 0 In a game almost devoid of the ' bkt f' th p
nitv finances with special refer- thrills for which hockey is famous, Miany Personal Fouls.
a it comprehensit sv l eyffaer- -~ji~ nNI(iSs eoi 1tesdsotupn i poet
nce to the effect which the pro- Lthe Michigan ice team tonight + Guarding on both sides was espe-
posed plan of deferred rushing ie Gavian, Prominent Professor, handed Minnesota a 3-0 drubbing cialy close, he ocials caling t
will have upon them. These fig- to Present Only Lecture at the Minneso en unusually lar e numberao 25 pe-
tires will be used in a plea before While in America. The game marked the first time Chapman was forced to leave
the Senate committee, asking re- in more than two years that the the game in the second half
consideration on the basis of Dean ARRANGES FOR MEETING I Gophers have been defeated on on persals, while both the Hoo-
.Bursley's statement that he did not their home ice and it also marked sier guards, Veller and Blagrave.
believe the proposed plan would ~~~~the -fifth straight mid-west con-
? eieeth rpoe pa wud "French Roads" will be discussed teffhsrih i-etcn were ejected for four fouls apiece.
damage the economic stability of Ph d d ference clash that the Minnesota M ce oo on 17 of ts 2
the fraternities. aggregation has lost this season. gift throws while Indiana was less
Meanwhile the fraternities were in the Fernch National School of It was a case of mediocre Michi- accurate, sinking 12 in 19.
considering the Senate commit- Roads and Bridges, and chief en- gan team against the Minnesota Strickland's two baskets gave
tee's proposed plan of deferred gineer of the French National goalie. Had it not been for the bril- Indiana an early lead of 4-0, but
rushing in the regular Monday liant work of a tow-headed guard W d hot Katz' f
night chapter meetings, and adopt- olo this ven Bid Nata 7d named Christie, Michigan, weak as th and three pretty goals by
ing resolutions for or against the o'clock this evening in Natural Sci- they were, would have turned the Orwig'. two from under the meshes,
plan for publication in The Daily ence auditorium. game into a scoring orgy. to offset Strickland's third field
as soon as the complete list can be!: Professor Le Gavrian is Secretary Play in the first period resembled goal gave the Wolverines a 10-6
compilea. . that of a couple of grade school gead which they never relinouished
k.4 LU. ~a, ftenrren ne~a ~ _ . lea whch tey everrelnquihed

Five Power Conference
on Naval Parity Opens

tional association of roads and1
bridges. He is in this country mak-}
ink arrangements for the next j
meeting of the association which

(Yl *wa te will be held in Washington next
LONDON, Eng., Jan. 20. - The fall. It will be the first meeting to
five power effort to curb the ever be held in this country. Previous
mounting cost and risk of naval meetings were held in Paris, 1908;
armament was launched today by Belgium, 1910; London, 1913;
a welcoming banquet at the Savoy Spain 1923, and Italy, 1926.
Hotel given by the British 'govern- Professor Le Gavrian was secur-
ment. ed to speak in Ann Arbor by Roy,
Prime Minister Ramsay MacDon- D. Chapin, chairman of the board!
ald described the hope and confi- of Hudson Motor Car company, and
dence of his government to the as- Thomas MacDonald; chairman of
sembled representatives of France, ; the United States Bureau of Public
Italy, Japan and the United States. Roads. It is the only lecture that
Henry L. Stimson, the United he will deliver during his visit in
States Secretary of State in reply- this country.
ing for the visiting delegations ex- Professor Le Gavrian for many'
pressed a conviction that the con- years has been one of the leading
ference was one of the rare occa- enginpers in the construction ofE
sions in history out of which a per- 'roads in France. The French Na-
manent step toward peace might { tional Corps of Roads and Bridges
gaih impetus. of which he is chief engineer is one

schinny clubs, neither
nor Minnesota playi
hockey to warrant the
name.
Joseph, slight Wolver
man, contributed the
of the period when h
puck in mid-ice, d
squirmed his way sin
through the gopherc
sunk a shot from direc
of the net.

r Michigan iAfter Veller's dog shot made it 12-
ng enough . Michigan ran up nine points bc-
use of the fore the Hoosiers tallied again. Mc-
Cracken's free throw brought the
'ine defense half score to 21-9.
only thrill Crimson Fast in Second Halt.
e took the ; The Crimson quintet opened the
odged and second half with a rush, scoring
agle-handed eight points to Michigan's sigle fre :
defense and throw in the first three minutes,
tly in front bringing the count to 22-17. After
that brief spurt, the visitors sub-
sided under the Wolverines' bar-
ieleCts age of baskets. While the Wolver-
ine cage machine went into high to
est tally 23 points, led by the sharp-
shooting of Kanitz and "Truk," the
gemen ts for Hoosiers were restricted to nine
ion of Vin- counters, seven of them from the

Comedy Club S
Cast for Late
Cast and final arrang
Comedy Club's product
cent Laurence's sparkli
"In Love With Love,"
nounced yesterday by
Cole, '30, president oft
zation.
The two leads in thes
is to be given in the I

ing comedy,
were an-
Richard S.
the organi-{
show, which
Lydia Men-

penalty stripe.
Box Score:
S Michigan (45) G F
Weiss, rf.,........2
y Daniels, rf. .......0
Kanitz, lf. ........3
Truskowski, c. ....5
Chapman, rg. ....0
Ricketts, rg. ......0
Orwig, lg........3
Lovell, lg. ........1

FT
1
0
5
5
2
1
3
0

..-- J .... w + a v. a

The leading representatives of ofthe most efficient in the world, delssohn theatre, Jan. 31, and Feb.
the five powers were welcomed dur- and has served as a model for many 1, are to be taken by Jeanette Dale,'
ing the day in a body by Premier countries. '31, and William Butler, '31. Others
MacDonald at 10 Downing street The lecture will be illustrated, in the cast will be Barbara Strat-
and by King George in Bucking- and the subject matter popular iton, '31, Jeannie Roberts, 32, Robert
ham. Premier MacDonald held a r ather than technical. The public Adams, '30, Kenneth White, '30,
large reception for all the delegates is invited to attend. , and Richard Cole. '30.
'.± tha ir Tie i. lyno b c4 }niuouu, W 4-i-

'

t

and their wives iast nignt. mean-
while, the final delicate touches
Swere made to the magnificent set-
ting for their labors in the Royal
gallery of the House of Lords.
In the shadowed spaces of the
Royal gallery where King George
will convene the inaugural plenary
session at 11 A. M. tomorrow, a
minute inspection of the arrange-
ments for the historic meeting was
carried out.
{Our each erftan]

BEN GREET PLAYERS WILL PRESENT
'EVERYMAN' AS FIRST DRAMA HERE
One of the most interesting plays Fellow ship, and Death represent
of the varied repertoire that Sir abstract virtues.
Philip Ben Greet and his company asrc ite.
of English players are capable of The characters of the play enter
presenting will be given by that from the audience and continue the
company Sunday night, Jan. 26, in action on the stage. In the devel-
the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. a ,,n
.'Everyman," which is to be pre- m of the drama Everyman
sented at that time, was originally occupies a place immediately fol-
written to be presented in a church, lowing the miracle and mystery
as a religious ceremony. The na- plays and before the time of Shake-
ture of the 15th century drama and
the peculiarities of the language, speare.1
mnke this nlav narticularly difficult The time of the performance on

Totals ......14
Indiana (26) G
Zeller, rf. ........1
Strickland, lf. ..:.4
Miller, If. ........0
McCracken, c....1
Veller, rg .... .. ..1
Eber, rg. ........0
Blagrave, lg. .....0
G ill, lg. ...,..0

17
FT
0
1
2
5
2
0
2
0
12

P
3-
1
3
1
4
0
0
0
12
P
1
0
0
3
-4
0
4
1
13

TP
5
0
11
15
2
1
9
0
45
TP
2
9
4
0
9
0
26

Totals

.7

Officials - Schommer i(Chicago)
and Cleary (Notre Dame).
Designer of Detroit's
Tunnel to Speak Here
S. A. Thoresen, engineer of design
of the Detroit tunnel, will explain

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