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Sir Philip Ben Greet, Famous Shakespearean [[r[
Actor-Producer, to Open Run Here Sunday
lTHas Half Century Experience on tour include the part of the Doc-
English Stage; Is Well tor in "Everyman," Polonius and
the First Grave Digger in "Ham-1 1 LI ILU
Known as Teacher. let," and the Malvolio role in d RIrl"TUelthigLt.
Considered one of the greatest -
living authorities on the English Accuses Savage of Unfairness
drama and famous for his pro- in Foundation Response
' ductions of Shakespearean plays
United States, England, and old English comedies, Si to Annual Report.
Italy; and Japan Outline Philip Een Greet, who will ap-
Aims at Conference. pear with his company of Eng- SCORES UNFAIR VIEWS
lish players Sunday night, Mon-
day matinee and night at the Lyd- e or n
AGREE ON WORKING PLAN" ia Mendelssohn theatre, has been Refutations, Corrections Mark
on the stage for 50 years and has Latest Development in t
'Big Five' Delegates to Act as taught more actors than perhaps Carnegie Battle.l
Referees in Disputes any other living man. .
eteesnaios.sFor 40 years he has been prom- Defendin the stand taken in his
Between Nations. nent in England for the perfor-
-_-__I mances which his companies have lannual report regarding Carnegie
D flrank H. King given in London, Oxford, Cam- foundation charges of subsidiza-,
(Associated Press Corr,iosponden) lridg'e and Stratford-On-Avon. tion of athletes, Prof. Ralph W.
LONDON, TThg., Jan. 23- The Among his varied repertoire, :Aigler of the Law school, chairman1
five ]Cat sea power nations tolay "Everyman," which is to be pre-
gv iasn se entedl at a special Sunday night k of the board in control of athletics' 1
proclaimed the iundamental nltutre performance, is one of his out- !'? ss' acc'used the Carnegie foundation of
no their naval nea(ls.r standing productions. The author, unfairness and iaccuracy, ina
)f course, is unknown, but the in- Thea Holme
at St. James Palace, and under the fluence of this 15th century drama One of the Ben Breet Players who letter to Dr. Howard J. Savage.{
eyes of a great portrait of King has not been affected by a change will appear in the threedperform- The letter, received by Dr. Sav-t
George Ill. Secretarv of Stateio ase, rtie Ti antes Sunday night, Monday after-
G rge ,Scrtr f tt n fashion, tastes, or time. This ' n a ih leage esterday, is in effect a reply
Stimrson dcclared that ecualitv into'. noon, and Monday night, at the aeyesedy sitefc el
nal derd hteqpecial Sunday night performance Lydia Mendelssohn theatre to statements which Dr. Savage is-
naval power between the U nted has received the sanction and sup-Lt sued after the appearance of Pro
aBritain was the fort of many local ministers and
basis of the American position. jongregations. ITf A fessor Aigler's annual report a few:
Prime Minister MiacDonald plead- The Monday matinee perform I V IFdays ago, in which Professor Aig-
ed that the vcry life of Britain's ance of "Hamlet" will be from the' ler denied many of the assertions
tiny isles depended on free and short first-quarto. The entire pro- O I flregarding subsidization of star ath-t
Pen access to the whole worlI, "or duction requires approximately two U ONletes which appeared in a Carne-
navy is us " he said, repeating th e hours for presentation and, unlike T gie Foundation bulletin last No-{
formula ie had used at the onin- the "Hamlet" that is generally vembe.
ing plenary session of the disarm- known, does not require cutting for Make Arrangement for Speakers Savage Denies Statement,.
ament conference on Tuesday. presentation. Dr. Savages statement uphed
French Security Stressed. L As his closing local presentation to Address Student Body the Carnegie Foundation's origin-
For France, Premier Tardieu in- in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre, During Spring Term. J al assertions, and contradicted
timated that everything depends on Mr. Greet will give Shakespeare's _some of Professor Aigler's declar-
some arrangement for European se- "Twelfth Night." Thea l-olme GROUPS PLAN SERVICES ations.
curity .e '~I.6d tT t e r f4iAin h Professor Aigler's reply is as fol-
French home fleet had to be cut in- play and that of Ophelia in Ham-; lows:
to three parts because France had let. Arrangements for student con- "Dear Mr. Savage: I have read in
coast lines on three seas, and add- Mr. Greet's roles on the present vocations during the coming se- the newspapers what purports to
ed that the French navy must be M mester are being made by the spe- be your comment upon certain
tideuat to olie teir rad rot- i{1 ( ;ciaiStuentcounil ommtte ts j phases of my annual report. You
es to and frt~i the vast French co- I Ihairman, Stanton Todd, '3, an- make the following points: first,.
adequate to police their trade rout- SI f f al student council committee. it mk p hae of m aulowing pos:rst , o
soand poseins uth , h Fent o., UhLounced yesterday Definite plans that you were given the choice be-
ifm theecision. t, cofeencennd tween returning our original let-
results decision of this conference for one service have been complet- ters, and sending copies thereof;
resltsinan nceasd sns o WIe I- ed and attempts are being made to enthtastmnt sto
curity for France, so much the J u[ l haenedsakrahox Ifap second, that a statement as to
reili for FranceUhave noted speakers who will ap- what would appear in the Bulle-
more will it be possible for France pear in Detroit or the vicinity this tine, regarding Michigan, was sent
0o reduce." sprng to come to Ann Arbor for otersdn othUnvsiy
Foreign Mnister Gino Grandi of Investigate Report That Dentist special addresses for the under- I to the President of the Universityr
Itayasetedhi contr'sclspecii galatebdryss orthine ~months ago; third, that your
Italy asserted his country's claim to Gave Favors to Day graduate body. charge in the Bulletin regarding
naval armament was equal to thatd The convocations planned or to ws
of any other continental European,;and.Sinclair. be arranged by this committee will abiters" was to be read as appli-
power. He said the conference must not interfere with the several sim-} versity named in the parenthesis-
consider the problem of security in GIFTS DENIED BY KLING ilar services sponsored by other or imitly amed win .
DENlaierIirclED. tlywsImmediately following.
a relative, reciprocal way. Italy was anzations during the remainder "It is not my desire to enter into
ready for the maximum reduction (rn Associate Piress) of the college year. The purpose a prolonged controversy. I would
but would leave the other powers: WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 23 - of the committee which was merely observe that your first
to determine the size of armaments, The dentist at the District of Co- formed on a permanent basis last statement is untrue; that your sec-
reserving the right to regulate her lumbia jail was charged today fall, is to secure the proper relig- ond is n true; that
own by theirs. ious education and inspiration for your i s ue; a tat
For Japan, Former Premier Wa- with accepting valuable gifts fromdndItour third depends upon a matter
the students, but in oing so it does
katsuki said that his country's pol- Harry F. Sinclair and Henry Ma- not intend to. compete with other Iof interpretation of language used
idy was based on peace and econ- son Day in ,exchange for favors organizations, Todd stated, Explodes Excuses.
omy and urged "actual reduction" ;shown the wealthy oil men during The convocation already arrang- If you will note the language of
by all the powers. their terms at the institution. ed by the council will be March 31 the letter in which you were asked
Having outlined these national Jail authorities have been in- in Hill auditorium. Other services about our letters copies are spok-
naval policies at their first busi- vestigating reports that Albert E will be held at convenient dates if abo oultes coies are shk-
ness session this morning, the chief Kling, who cares for the teeth of nationally known theologians who ossibiinconnecyio wiy the
delegates gathered again in Down- prisoners in exchange for his room are speaking in the vicinity can be possibility that you may not have
ing street. later, and by nightfall':prneieuesfradysviione n_'teoiinl.I streta o
and board had been presented with secured for a day's visit here. U sent a statement of certain things
they had 'agreed upon a working an automobile by Day and a watch der this plan the committee can that were to appear in the Bulle-
plan for procedure in their at- valued at $150 by Sinclair. He was save considerable expense which that wredt app e , in th
tempts to harmonize divergent ordered to appear Saturday before would be necessitated if the lectur- r tin to President Little, and that
Irep~nsi omnitraodr oapa ary er ers were brught here direct. eceipt thereof was acknowledged.
tiaewpoats in a common gmterna- a special court of inquiry. He has r
tional agreement realizing the re- denied the receipt of any gifts The various groups that will also by the assistant to the President.
Mako rrof edur Pafrom the oil men. hold services, featuring talks by en.If you will read the material you
from te oil sent. you will find that the charges
Tey rew u rogam b Captain M. M. Barnard, superin- jutstanding men in the theological made in the Bulletin, to which we
They drew up a program by jtendent of district penal institu- 1eld this spring are the Studentp
vhich the "Big Five" hadgaton_. rhistian association, the Hilel particularly object, were not stat-
delegation s, said he had questioned J. R.s ed. As to the matter of subsidizing
leaders will act as umpires or ref- E.s manager of a local garage, Ifoundation, the School of Religion,the athletes as "writers" I would
rees, while the individual nations who declared Kling had bought an the Baldwin Episcopal church, and say that I very much dobt wheth-
trive to settle their differences (utomoblle from his firm. Ellis in- the Wesleyan foundation. yany reader of your Bulletin
with one another. The leaders will formed Barnard that the dentistwg tp s
be ready to take the field themselv- frha rad thatlthe dentist would get the impression as to
be eay o ak~th fel te -had paid for the automobile in SECOND DEBATER ihgnyuddntma ht
es and lend a helping hand if dead- I p Michigan you did not mean that
$100 bills. K IDnN A PPFD H ER E there were at least several such in-

loc occur. today that he had per-
The "Big Five" are Prime Minis- E igsad tdy~ht ehaner ~L tnr r£ .i& II £L.J1 'stances.
formed no service for Sinclair or.. "As I have said to you before, I
ter MacDonald, Secretary of State Day during their jail terms other Mysterious Trio Admits Playing do not anticipate that I am go-
.Stimson, Premier Tardieu, ForeignIdontaicpethnI mg-
Minister G ran Tad F ore g- than to clean theirteethh Jokes on Fellow Members. ing to convince you of anything.
min Wakatsuki. This is, the meth-! Kling has been, a resideint of the;___ If you are correctly quoted in the
god that the Americans favored in district jail since last July. He is a Three members of the Engineer- newspaper accounts, you have
order to expedite negotiations. d senior, at Georgetown University ing Speaker's Club have been iden- merely furnished evidence to bear
Thus the London conferenc Dental school. Sinclair was releas- tified as the kidnappers who lured me out that you have no intention
slowly got under way life a great ed from the institution last No- Benjamin Tudek '32E, from his to be fair and accurate.
shipo vyngout ofr port towrds vember after serving several rooming house on Jan. 15. Wednes- Yours very truly,
seas that are possibly stormy. d months on charges growing out of day night the mysterious trio re-' (Signed) Ralph W. Aigler.
___sh___r__psbl y the Teapot Dome Oil case. Day, one peated their act by forcing Thayer Chairman."
of his business assistants, was re- Lauer, '31E, leader of one of the
Set Final Date For leased last October. debatin groups, into a taxi in
BOO Arrangements front of tho Union. e h£a
Wisconsin Cagers Win Lauer was released in a short
Booth arrangements for the 1931 O er Indana. 21 ti, after telling his captors that

Gene Sarazen Wins
Agua Caliente Open
Breaks Course Record in Final
Round to Win $10,000
Tourney Purse.
By Walter B. Clausen.
(Associated Press Staff Writer.)
Mexico, Jan. 23. - Ten thousand
dollars was pocketed by Gene Sar-
azen of New York for four days of
Iolf here. It was the biggest money
purse ever offered in tournament
play. He galloped into leadership
of the Agua Caliente open, just likei
he broke into fame in 1922.
Coming from behind, he estab-
lished the course record here with
a 68, but instead of just taking a
one stroke lead like he did in the
1922 national open from Bobby
Jones and John Black at Skokie,f
Chicago, today he passed up Hor-1
ton Smith of Joplin, Mo., and Al
Espinosa of Chicago, by two
The up and down of the four days
on this new and treacherous
course was much like the ups andj
downs across the highway on the
roulette and other gaming tables.
Perhaps the jingle of silver dollars{
and chips at night, droned in withj
a mental jingle of the $10,000 first
award, may have jangled the
nerves of the 52 profession.is whoa
were playing with six amateurs in
the most colorful of all golf tovr.-
And pay-off night tonight, Wa.
like the eternal hope of those who
crowd the gaming tables for the
winnings come high. Look these'
figures over: Gene Sarazen, New,
York, $10,000, score 295. Horton
Smith, Joplin, Mo., $3,750, score,
297; Al Espinosa, Chicago, $3,750,
score 297; Olin Dutra Santa Moni-,
ca, Cal., $1,260, score 298; Mortie
Dutra, Tacoma, Wash., $1,260, score

New Group to be Named by Board of Directors
at First Meeting of Second Semester;
Will Choose 1930-31 Officers
( KerwhC11eli pr71'ut< ofothe m)erit svstem ; nellnhnmt th
i..nio"I c)l1 s llttuion wa5 L *1lr liV' strar(lnd v-(ter when meinbers of tlhat r.*ra n
iz.atiotcast I I. ( Vtet rin Ithe ch h cas compared with iS again!t
it at the election held at the I nion. The electoral board. ifr which
the amlendmenll t calls, will Ie (clecte( y )v the board ofdirectors t its
hrst meetinl (f the secod 0(1 41mester. and the 1930-31 officers of the
lnion Will he c(hosen under the (-tilea rrimgetits provided to i the con-
stitultion as altered yest(rday.
:\ter tilhree unisuccesftl attcliimpts to satall tlhe merit systeminin
iebruar 10Y. 0I , 1ebruarv. 1027, and again iin October. To8, enout9h
nterest was armlused this rear to insure the success of the Iceasure
before the ballots w«ere cast. A direct appeal to the board of directors
was nale hr the 1.pion members themselves through lpetitinllS which
Ilore than I, ,oo studenlts signe(l.
lii 1(26 the amendnldent tailed of passage because o the) :lxit\r l
.-.....-- student interest and because the r;-
lquired quorum of boo was not pre--
ent. In 1927 it passed, but the ele-
t'on was declared illegal because of
repeatersIin the voting, some stu-
ATTACKEDHOUSE dents casting as many as three or
four ballots. In 1928 the presence
of hecklers at the football pep
Commissioner Doran Ordered to meeting where the question was
brought up.for a decision prevented
Furnish Information on passage of the measure, which was
Liquor Withdrawals. not directly intended to adopt the
merit system, but to reduce the
MAY TANSFER CONTROL' quorum for constitutional amend-
ment to 100 to make adoption of
the system easier.
Amendment Well, Supporteld.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 23 The amendment this year has re-
Poisoning' of industrial alcohol by ceived6 the :supprt of both faculty


298. the government was attacked again =nd students. Dean Heniry 1M3
2.the ornment was att d ain Bates, of the Law school, who was
in the House today as plans went ir1,ietli ecrn ud o
7 pinsztrumental in securing funds for
forward in both branches to for- the present Union, Lkpressed his
DISA MAMEN T CT mulate legislation to strengthen gratification over the results of the
prohibition enforcement. election. Members of the Student
In ex'ecutive session, the House council, which sponsored the move-
EpndituxecoiteessodtedHo-sment for the change, also signified
hibition commissioner James D. Do- At the regular monthly meeting
Five Phases of Limitations to ran to furnish it with information of the board of directors on Satur-
FInf m l on alcohol withdrawals in prohi- day, Feb. 1, Kenneth M Lloyd,
be Given at Informal tion district 13 which includes Chi- '32L, will present the final figures
Symposium. cago. The committee is consider- on the election to have them vali-
ing legislation for the transfer of dated, a formality necessary for of-
EDWA RDS WILL LECTURE the prohibition unit from the ficial adoption of the amendment
EDWATreasury to the Justice department as part of the constitution.
and will resume hearings tomor- The electoral board will be elett-
"What This Naval Disarmament row. ed at this time and will begin une-
Is All About" will be discussed this Gommissioner Doran's stand for tioning immediately. Seven will
afternoon at 4 o'clock i Natural wood alcohol for industrial purpos- be chosen as members, including
nor phases of limitations of arma Cs came under the fire of Represen- four faculty me or alumni and
hm tm tative Sirovich, Democrat, Newthree students, of whom, the latter
ment will be discussed pro and con York, who is sponsoring a bill to will be taken from the six vice-
held under the joint auspices of eliminate poison from denatured presidents elected at the all-cam-
the Round Table club and the In- alcohol. The New Yorker read a pus vote last May.
ternational forum.d I statement in which he said was hope for Better Choice.
MatonEdardsp o of m written by Doran to the effect that The president and recording-
tEar dsscience, pfess.OrT.C.de-the prohibition bureau considered ;ecretary will henceforth be ap-
tary science, of the R. 0. T. C. de- "oil compounds more effective as a pointed on the civil service princi-
partment, will present disarma- denaturant and less easy to re- pie, starting as freshmen in sub-
ment in relation to the Army; yllsatn sfehe nsb
A move.'ordinate positions and working up
Lieuts LeMerton Crist, Grad.. and The House judiciary sub-commit-' by stages until their junior year
Harold Krick, Grad., naval liutn- - tee also is to hold hearings tomor- when they will file applications for
ants, will relate the question to the row on bills to increase the powers the two highest offices. The new
Navy: Prof. Preston Slossoi, of the of the United States marshals to board will judge candidates on
diplomatic angle involved; Pr of.!try casual and slight offenders of merit alone-their administrative
Charles Remer, of the ecnomics the prohibition law. Ubility, tact, diligence, and person-
Charles Re will point out the coI Along with these developments, ality-and there will be none of the
nomic significance of disarmament: the civil service commission ~an- political discrimination which has
ndMr. sLgnwreance Predissamfamh nounced that tests conducted for been almost the deciding factor in
and ir. Lawrence Preuss,arme t wi a prohibition agent in the past two previous elections. In this way it
present the historical development years have resulted in the elimina- is assured that no inexperienced
of the many-sided subject. Dean tion of 1,300 who failed to meet men will take office and all will
h1,e rP eriremirents Th e in per-! hae an rrnit



Her .Bts fteLwsho.!U1 lcuriii 1. U,1A!U ti. i equa opportun Ly.
will preside as chairman of theLwonnel, which numbered 2,600 in
forum.s 1927, the commission announced, PLAY PRODUCTION
Bythscoprhnsvemnnr fwas made gradually. .X LL GV
By this comprehenivea r o Over in the Senate a judiciary WILL GIVE 'LEILA
attack, it is hoped that a more-or- ____
les complee backg nd of the sub-committee planned hearings
different issues involved with re- for tomorrsw or Saturday on the First Performance of Student
spect to their relations to each iaseeffect a pri- Play to Open Tonight.
ote ndt iaraetingn tion unit transfer. In the mean-,
eral will be unfolded. time, Senator Borah, Republican,
__wlbuoeIdaho, had received information Division of English's presentation
relative to enforcement conditions of Play Production in "Leila," by
Ice Gorge Is Rapidly in New York city and along the Dorothy Ackerman, '29, will open at
Flooding Farm Land Canadian border in which serious 8:30 o'clock tonight at the Lydia
charges against Federal officials Mendelssohn theatre A matinee
(fly Associated Pres) have been made. He is making a performance is scheduled for 3
CHICAGO, Ill., Jan. 23-As fore- check to ascertain the facts. !o'clock tomorrow afternoon and a
casters promised some moderationi ---- ght performance at 8:30 o'clock.
from winter's third frigid blastAi to A lmited number of good seats
which brouht death to five per- utvens Entertain are still available at the box office
sons and hampered rescue work Faculty and Students of the Lydi'a Mendelssohn theatre
amor-- marooned flood sufferers. jfor the matinee performance to-

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