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VOL. XL, No. 8 ANN ARBOR, MICHIvAN, TUESDAY, October 8, 1929

PRICE FIVE CENTS

STATE
IN VITE

DEPARTMENT'
D TO LONDON'

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Welcomes
Vay to Capitol,

NAVAL[CONFERENCE
Three Other Countries
Requested to Join
Negotiations
AIM IS NIAVY REDUCTION
International P a r 1 e y
to Take Place Last
of January
(fy Associale Press)
WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct 7.-
The formal invitation from the
British Government for the United
States to participate at a Naval
Limitation conference in London
during the third week in January
was received today by the State
Dapartment.
Shortly after it arrived by cable
from Ambassador Dawes, to whom
a copy was handed tonight by the
British Foreign Office, Secretary
Stimson went to the White House
for a comparatively brief confer-,.
eice with the President, but
whether the parley was a subject
of discussion was not disclosed.
Mr. Hoover and Prime Minister
MacDonald went over a final draft
copy at the President's camp ii
Virginia Saturday and the text was
sent back to London. The formal
invitation to the United States,
Japan, France, and Italy then were
put into form for forwarding to
the ambassadors of those coun-
tries.I
While the invitation will not be
made public until Wednesday, it
was the understanding here that it
explains the situation arising fromk
a negotiation for equality in cruis-
er strength which has been goingI
on between the American and Brit-x
ish governments for several
months.
Acceptance by the United Statest
and Japan is regarded as a cer-
tainty. The Japanese willhave -
more than three months notice. Of-
ficials in Tokyo indicated they de-
sired before the gathering of the
delegates at the British capital to
discuss not only limitations oft
cruisers, submarines and destroy-
ers, but also a further holiday in
the construction of capital ships.
The American proposal is that this
holiday extend from 1931 to 1936,
the time fornthe expiration of the
Washington Naval Limitation trea-
ty..
PREMIER CLAIMS 1
PACT WILL HALTt
WARS IN FUTURE
(By Associated 't'ress> 1
Washington, D. C. Oct. 7--Prime
Minister Ramsey McDonald inter-e
rupted his conferences with Pres-
ident Hoover today to tell the Con-
gress of the United States that1
there would be no war between the 1
two great English-speaking nations
if each did its duty in making ef-
fective the Kellogg-Briand treaty
renouncing war.
"There can be no war," the Brit-
ish Statesman said. "Nay, more, it
is absolutely impossible, if you and
we do our duty in making the peace
pact effective, that any section of
our arms whether land, or sea, or
air, can never again come into hos-
tile conflict."

Asserting amaid applause that
the problem of jealousy and of fear
have disappeared the Prime Min-
ister declared the American andE
British government have met to-
gether and said: "What is all this
bother about parity?"
"parity?" He questioned sharply.
"Take it! He explained, "without'
reserve, heaped up and flowing
over. That is one of the results of 1
this visit. Another result of the
visit is that we have come to under-
stand each other." "Ah, Senators!"
the prime Minister continued "as
long as you conduct your negoti-
ations by correspondence over
thousands of miles of sea, you will
never understand each other at all.
In these democratic days, when

PLAY PRODUCTION
WILL OPEN SEASON
WITH NEW COMEDY
"Truth About Bladys"
Will Be Initial
Play of Year
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Shepard Initiates
to Complete Liq
Enforcement
BISHOP GIVES SUPI
Purchaser to be
Same as Seller a
Manufacturer

I~[ President Ruthven last night left
off the manifold duties which have
encompassed him since he began
Y active work as president, long e-
lilTnough to superintend the moving{
of hs ofi e e ui m n a d1[ l fects into the President's office,
from which he will resume his di-
rection of the University this morn-
Bill ing.
Since he has been President, Dr.
uor Ruthven has continued using the
office he occupied as Dean of Ad-
ministration during the past year.
PJRT As yet, the personnel of his new
office is undetermined, though it
is understood that several addi-
Held tions will be made inasmuch as
and there is little reason to believe that
a new Dean of Administration will
be appointed during the current

IRUTHVEN MOVES
HIS EQUIPMENT
BILLWOUL MAE TONEWOFFICE, DEAN WILL ALLOW

'HOUSES .TO, ISSUE
BS FOR PARTIES
Saturday Night Dances
to be Strictl y
Regulated
REVERSES PAST POLICY
Celebrating on Football
Days Discouraged
by Officials

Mendelssohn
Will Be Sc
Perform

Theatre
;ene of I
ance

When Ramsey MacDonald, Prime Minister of Great Britian arrived
in United States to discuss naval parity with President Hoofer, he was
given an official welcome by the city of' New York. Here he is shown,
being showered with confetti and cheers, as his party moved up Broad-
way.
DEMOCRATS PUSH'ENSIAN TO HOLD
THREE DAY SALE
Believing that a large number of
students still want to purchase the
1930 number of the Michiganensian,
Samuel H. Atkins, business man-
ager, announced late yesterday
,that coupons with the value of $1.00
Senator King's Plan would again be put on sale for 50
Favoring Old Law cents. This sale will continue for
only three days starting today and
Accepted will be absolutely the last time
that Ensians will be on sale at this
Washington, D. C. Oct. 7-Aided reduced price.
by the Western Republicans, the Tables will be placed at various,
Democrats took another Republican points about the campus. After
provision from the tariff bill today Thursday the value of the coupons
which would have authorized cus- will increase and will be worth con-
tom appraisers in certain instances siderably more at the end of the
to adopt an estimated value in as- year. The price of the Ensian is
sessing ad valorem rates. progressive, ranging from $3.50 to
By a vote of 44 to 37, the Senate $5.50 in May at the time of dis-
adopted a substitute proposal by f tribution.
Senator King, Democrat, Utah, re-{
storing existing law as it defines -New Officers Elected
United States value, which is an al- B
ternative rates basis now resortedj For Business Society
to when foreign or export values of
imported inerchandise are 'not as- Social Gathering Will be Planned
certainable. By Executives to Acquaint j
Although the issue was not as Members with Program
important as that involved last
week when the Democrats and Re- Election of officers of the Bus-I
publican independents repudiated mess Administration Club was held
the Republican flexible tariff pol- yesterday afternoon. Kenneth G.
icy, the vote today showed the co- Stuart, '30, Bus. Ad., was elected
alition opposing the bill had not president. Other officers are Bel
lost any of its cooperative strength. Stuart Andrews, '31 B. Ad., Vice-
The provision eliminated from president, Harvey M. Grove, '30 B.
the bill was incorporated by the Ad., and Rdbert L. Dixon, 31 B. Ad.I
House and rewritten by the Senate The officers will meet soon as
finance committee. It would have a committee to arrange. a social
permitted, in cases in which United meeting to acquaint the members
States value was used, the basing with their program for the year.
of ad valorem rates on an estimat-
ed yalue if the imported article in LINDBERGH EXPLORES
question or a like or similar do- IN CENTRAL AMERICA
mestic article, was not freely of-

- year. President Ruthven is known
Play Production will open the (By Associated Press to be in the belief that many of Dances held at fraternity and
dramatic season on the campus Oc- .'Washington, D. C. Oct. 7-Offer- the duties alloted to the Dean of sorority houses on Saturday nights
ing a bill to make buyers of liquor Administration rightfully belong to after football games this fall may
toberI1 with A. A. Milne's whim- equally guilty with manufacturers the President, and should be as- be attended by guests who are not
sical comedy, "The Truth About and sellers, Senator Shepard, Demsumed, by him. members of the organization giving
Blayds". The production will be ocrat, Texas, initiated what he call- Dr. Ruthven devoted the entire the party, it was announced yester-
given for four nights in the Men- ed the "last step" for prohibition day yesterday to his desk, taking day by J. A. Bursley, dean of stu-
delssohn theatre. enforcement, care of numerous congratulatory dents.
I "This will make prohibition com- messages and the routine corre- This ruling on football dances re-
plete," observed the Texan, who ten spondence which has multiplied verses the practice of a year ago,
will continue its policy this year years ago sponsored and obtained during the past few months. when all such parties were strictly
of interspercing the commercial the 18th Amendment to the Con- "closed" affairs.
productions with the free private stitution prohibiting the sale or Frowns on Saturday Parties
laoaoypoutosfrisp-manufacture of liquor. It is the Although fraternities may invite
tlast step in the national legislative }I guests to Saturday night parties
trons, according to Valentine B. movement which began in Decem- e this fall, the holding of such par-
Windt, director. The present ve- ber, 1913, he said. Saying he was ties will be frowned on by the of-
hicle will be followed by the presen- moved by "general opinion" among i fice of the dean of students, Dean
tation of the two full-length plays prohibitionists as a court decision ;Bursley said.
which were tied for first place in that a buyer of liquor cannot be "We have no objection to a fra-
punished, Shepard fought for the ternity holding a party on any
the contest held among the stu- proposal that was dropped when Saturday night," Dean Bursley ex-
dent dramatists last spring. the 18th Amendment was on the plained, "but when parties held on
Following the commercial pro- way toward adoption. The belief Organization Will Aid days of football games are attended
ductions, which are open to the then was that the Amendment New Men in Court by large numbers of persons not
'could not be passed with such a ! ; connected with the University, un-
general public, friends and patrons i clause in it, the Senator said. Procedure fortunate situations sometimes a-
of the organization will be invited Shepard told the Senate the rise. Experience has shown that
to a showing of laboratory work in court decision which was handed First and second year law stu- such parties sometimes take on a
the theatre in University Hall. down at Philadelphia, "halted pro- dents will register and begin or-, character not liked by members of
Tickets for "The Truth About gress' in the direction of permitting ganization of the Case club on the organization which sponsors the
Blayads" may be purchased this purchase of liquor, and this fact,|Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday party, and a character of which
week in the Play Production office together with "continued advance Iof next week, according to plans "the Universits ave aprgt.
in University Hall, and the box of- o-f prohibition sentiment and a- I But students have a right to
fice in the Mendelssohn theatre ; chievement" made his new pro- noutled yesterday by Prof E. complain if they are not permitted
will be opened Monday, October 14. posal advisable. The bill was re- Blythe Stason, a member of the ad- to invite guests to any of their
Mail orders will be filled in the ferred to the judliciary committee visory committee for the clubs. parties, and it has been decided

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order of their inception. without debate. An innovation in this year's sys that football parties' this fall need
,Amngnthnovayoneadtriswharsave not be closed events.
Among the dry leaders who have tem will be the use of five senior "Disciplinary action will be ta-
come to his support, Shepard nam-I
Seventeen Believed ed Bishop Cannon, of the Meth- law students who will act as coun- ken, however, .in the case of any
in Co W k odist Episcopal Church South, long selors for the first year groups, as- fraternity parties which get out of
Dead o t eCk one of the most aggressive advo- sisting each gopsprtl i hand and at which unfortunate sit-
____oneoftemsagrsiedv-itng ac group separately in uations develop," the dean said.
{cates of the prohibition law. Can- 1001d up the law on its case and
Norwegian Steamer Flounders After non, last week, suggested a law i Regulations Announced
Collision; Passengers, Crew such as that proposed by the Texan. in the preparation of briefs. Other Regulations concerning
Are Among Missing. Shepard is confident that action The four case clubs, the Kent, campus dances were announced
on his bill which would amend the Story, Holmes and Marshall clubs yesterday as follows:
By Associate! I'resO Volstead Act will be taken at the are voluntary organizations which 1. No University organization
BERGEN, Norway, Oct. 7.-Sev- coming regular session of Congress. shall hold dances during the term
BERENroray, Ocet. h-eve provide an opportunity to those time on other than Friday or Sat-
participating to gain practical ev- urday night, or the night preceding
been drowned in the sinking on IPLANES IN TOUR perience in arguing law which it is a University holidayg
the coast steamer Haakon VII RACE TO REACH impossible to teach in the classes. 2.No student dances shall be con-
which foundered near Floroe Sun- RAducted at any time. by individual
whic fondeed ear iore Sn- Each club is composed of 24 second-.!
day night after colliding with an- MASSACHUSETTS students, or by groups of students
daytnh ter cyear men, eight first-year men and not constituting recognized organ-
Ith wsestiatethtin(sy Associated Press) a senior advisor. izations. Attendance upon dances
It was estimated that nine or ten SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Oct. 7.- A statement of facts presenting promoted primarily for revenue
of the 17 lost were members of ! Twenty-six planes in the National a legal problem is then given to purposes by persons not connected
the crew and the rest passengers- with the University shall be dis-
Air Tour were arriving at Spring- 'each group of four. The four best couraged.
c7 rAssociated 'rss) field airport, from Portland, Maine, first-year men are selected on the 3. Saturday night dances shall
TRINDHJEM, Norway, Oct. 7.-- this afternoon with Steve Lacey in basis of grades and are paired close not later than 12:00 midnight.
Atelegram from Floroe today pie coentltrta 20 ingt
stated it was feared 35 ersons a Cessna monoplane and Wiley against each other. The pair of 4. Friday night dances and
d5persons.dances on nights preceding holi-
were lost in the sinking of the Post, in a Lockheed Vega mono-; receive a three-year subscription to days shall close not later than 1:00
steamer Haakon VII. plane, finishing first and second, winners in this final argument each o'clock, except in the fdllowing ca-
respectively, in a finish which the Michigan Law Review. ses: (a) The Junior hop and the
HAMPER ACTORS thrilled nearly ten thousand spec- The competition is similar in the Senior reception, as the most im-
rportant dances of the ea

fieators. secon-year groups. Th Lilnais are yvL uVL Ya, Jay,
fered for sale in an American mar- (BYAssociated rexs W ILL CONTINUE held on Founders' day in April at my special permission of the Com-
ket. MERIDA, Yucatan, Mexico, Oct. i RUN AT W Ib The weather cleared here shortly which time the two remaining men mittee on Student affairs, continue
party,present their case. The Henry until 3 o'clock. (b): Certain special
UNION TO LIST ROOMS Col.Charles A. Lindbergh after CnntsnuhngcshehrHpreNentation fcame into sight. Mrs. Keith Miller M. Campbell ward to the amount of dances may, by permission of the
having being over-night guest in Continuing their presentation of
he-this ity departed at 9:45 a. m Shakespearean repertoire, Miss and Miss Frances Harrell, finished $150 is distributed to three finalists. Committee on Student affairs, con-
The Union now has a Room- local time to continue their sr- Genevieve Hamper's company of'ninth and twenty-sixth, the only This prize is obtained from a fund tinue until 2 o'clock.
ing Committee who are making ve fight with the expectation ofI actors will play "Macbeth" tonight ! women pilots to arrive. Planes pil- of $4,000 established by Campbell, In all cases the party must end
a list of rooms available for stu- s ni ts at the Whitney theatre. "Romeo oted by May Hazlit, Captain Wil-'Bukley, and Ledyerd, of Detroit. the hour designated for clos-
spending tonight at their base i tteWinytete Roe tdb a ziCpin i-~ukey ndLdergofDtoi. I mttehre desin oatediforcs-
dents. Anyone having a room Belize i British Honduras. Gov- and Juliet" will be given tomorrow Liam M. Lancester and William The five counselors, men who ing; ere cessation of dancing is
they wish to list, should call the ernor Torre Diaz, the mayor of the, night. Welborn did not make an appear- were runners-up in last year's ar- t affcetr
Y The above rules will be strictly
Union, Phone 4151. eity, and other government officials; Miss Hamper, the wife of the late ance. guments, are Robert J. Clendenin,d
were in the considerable crowd Robert Mantell, is noted for her co- The planes remain over night Thomas Koykka, Norman C. Bow- nforced g e year, it Is
weredentannounced,
President which gathered at the airport to starring engagements with her late with pilots guests of honor at a erfsox, W illiam H. Stockwell, andwctfuJAno-q's nRV
watch the takeoff> husband. John Alexander, former- banquet. D. F. Rawson.
__---_-ly leading man for Mantell, will be ---- ---- BURGLARS VISI
DR. LITTLE PURSUES CANCER WORK seen in the principal male roles. "RAILROAD JACK," TRAVELING SAGE, STUDENT HOMES
His present repertoire includes thc
IN LABORATORY OFF MAINE COAST roles of Orlando, Macbeth, Hamlet. MAY RETURN AFTER LONG ABSENCE OVER WEEK END
Marc Anthony, Mercutio, and Shy-
Fulfillment of a lifelong ambition I of the cancer problem, Dr. Little lock. By F. E. C. ( hours challenging passersby to ask Burglars entered four fraternities
is being realized by Dr. Clarence explains, because the conditions The supporting cast consists of "Railroad Jack," scholar and gen- I him a question pertaining to his- of University students over the
Cook Little, former president of the closely approximate those found in players from the Sothern and tleman (scholar of dates and gen- tory which he cannot answer. . He week end. The activities brought
University, as he pursues his study the human family. An added ad- Marlowe, the late Robert Mantell, tleman-panhandler) may return to is rarely stumped, for he is-'said to i the total number of robbed recently
of cancer and search for a possible vantage is the rapid passage of Walter Hampden, and Fritz Leiber Ann Arbor after an absence of six possess vast stores of historical to six. Money was the principal
cure at his newly established lab- their life. companies. years, to fill the niche formerly oc- knowledge knowing many such item taken.
oratory at Mount Desert Island, In commenting on the conduct of Tickets for the two remaining cupied by Dr. Tom Lovell, philoso- minute details as the birth-dates Early Saturday morning the Phi
Maine. his laboratory, Dr. Little said, performances of the repertoire are pher of common sense and perpet- and death-dates of mare than 20,- Kappa house at 1706 Cambridge
During his time at the University '"Founded as this laboratory is by on sale at the Whitney theatre box ual candidate for the presidency of 000 historical personages road was visited and its members
he devoted much time to his scien- those who appreciate that it is not office, the University. Railroad Jack was a familiar vis- robbed of $45. The same morning
ific research, and after his resig- a matter of days, weeks, or even Knowledge of Railroad Jack's itor in Ann Arbor long ago, but has about $50 was stolen from the Phi
nation Dr. Little accepted the offer months in which to achieve the contemplated return to local scol- not been seen in town since a per- Sigma Kappa house at 1043 Bald-
of a group of wealthy Detroit au- objective, men can work better. It Ou rWeather jI astic circles was garnered by Prof. sonal argument he had with Doc- win.
tomobile men headed by Edsel Ford is a labor of years. A man gives Emory W. Sink, of the department tor Lovell. The argument culminat- Sunday morning the Pi Lambda
to finance his study. enough to carry on a work for a of hygiene and public health, who ed when Doctor Lovell ordered Jack Phi house at 732 Forest avenue was
As a result, the Roscoe B. Jack- year. At the end you have just got met Jack in Wisconsin a few days from town, saying that any person entered and $105 removed from
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