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VOL. XL. NO. 119 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1930' EIGHT PAGES_

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POVERTY,OPPRESSION, WAR WILL
LI FIND NO PLACE IN COMING SOCIAL

TO CONVENE HE RE
RMARC 2,2 2
Dr. Charles P. Berkey to Deliver
Main Address on Geology
of the Gobi Desert'.
DR. KAMM WILL SPEAKI
Prof. Alfons Hilka, German
Philologist, Will. Discuss
Medieval Latin Songs.
Many eminent American scien-
tists will convene here this week-

ORDER, MORRIS HILLQUIT CLAIMS
Socialist Leader Would Institute abuses and unfortunate conditions
Equalization of Work to existed ih our present state of so-
ciety which were caused by social
Relieve Unemployment, and political advances failing to,
--keep pace with progress in otherI
Poverty, oppression, and war fields.
were named as the three curses 01 When questioned at the close of
our present social order in a -talk; his talk about the ┬░socialistic atti-
by lVorris Hillquit, secretary of the detards the prestiune-
socialist party and famed orator toyment crisis, he said that as
and writer on socialistic doctrines, there are a definite number of
ra talkSyee auiaftrnoon the work hours to be accpmplished and
Natua cec uioimo h a definite number of potential
subject, "Our Changing Social and Workers, the question can be solved
Political Order."or by merely in the work equal-
Thenspeaker traced in cursory ly among the workers. He admit-
froeason t poessof mankindprs-ted however that this was impos-
from early times down to the pres- sible under the present system of
ent advanced stage of development, private industrial competition. '
His point in doing this was to show He blamed the unfortunate con-
'thatprogress in civilizat ion ad- ditions in Russia to the fact that4
vanced at an accelerated rate. As the overthrow of old ideas and

BHD YCHIEF FINOS*
IMPROVEMENT IN
LIQUOR PROBLEM

MANY LOSE IVES FAVORS SELECTED' FRA L 111 GROUP
E Lx' L FOR 1933 FROLIC' II T[DIITV SHOUP
Combination Card Case-Billfold;
lA/HEN RIV R BOAT ~Cn Blue Leather, Gold Inlay PL N AM D E T
Chosen by Committee.
Ph IN I HAR O Favors of the 1933 Frosh Frolic,
which will be held Friday evening
in the Union ballroom, are a corn- Regulation Will Require Houses
Score of Passengers and Most bination card case and bill fold, ac-gRH
of Crew Are Victims of cording 'to announcement made last to Send Two Representatives
petroleum Flames night by the committee in charge. to Council Meetings.

Belittles
as

2.75% Beer Proposal
Failing to Satisfy a
Robust Taste'.

HAS MADE EXAMINATION'

The cases are made of blue leather
CAPTAIN STAYS ABOARD with a decorative inlay in the com- REPORT ON 'HELL WEEK'

end to attend the 35th annual an example he stated that more
g , hundred years than in the five
meeting of the Michigan Academy ogdre s teehae in the fivet
of Science, which will be held hundred years previous. The re- :
March 20, 21 and 22. All meetings i suit of this, he said, was that many
of the academy and its sections
Two distinguished scholars have
been secured to give two of the
main addresses of the meeting. Dr.
Charles P. B~erkey of Columbia uni-!
versity will give the first one, en-
titled 'With a Geologist across the 1
Gobi Desert." Dr. Berkey is head
of the geology department at Co- Spanish Ex-dictator to be Given!
lumbia university. A graduate of Same Ceremonies as if
Minnesota University in 1892, he C
has become famous through his re- He Were Premier.
search work on geology. He is an --
authority on large reservoir sites, TRIBUTE PAID HIS WORK
and has been expert consultant in --- _
building the Boulder Dam, Roose-; (Py Associated Pres)
velt Dank, and Coolidge Dam. He MADRID, Mar. 17-Funeral hon-
was .chief geologist of the Roy ors surpassed only by those ren-
Chapman Andrews expedition to or as nl b tose re
Mongolia, and his lecture is based dered a Spanish sovereign will be
upon this trip. The speech, which accorded former premier Primo de
was given at the jubilee meeting of Rivera, who dominated Spain for
the American Association for the six years, but died an exile in Paris,
Advancement of Science, will be xea cbut died exl y Pas
illustrated by moving pictures and The cabinet decided today that
colored slides, and will be held in 1 Primo should be buried with ther
the Natural Science Auditorium at I same ceremonial he would have had
4:15 o'clock Thursday afternoon, if he had been premier when he
4 'German o fes ory Will Speak.. died, or as a captain-general dying
Prof. Alfons Hilka, of the Uni- in active command of forces.
versity of Gottingen, Germany, will Piemier Damaso Berenguer and
give an address Friday afternoon at his minigters officially resolved that
thei redcessr dsei ed this

customs under the communistic
regime was too sudden to allow for
a readjustment to the new condi-
tions. In fact he stressed the point
several times that the true social-
istic doctrine advocated a quitea
gradual adjustment to new ideas.
When asked by one of his hearers
for some defini4Le description Hof
the socialist policies, Hillquit out-
lined a specific program of his
party. It consisted of improved
labor conditions; enlarging govern-
ment participation in industry, and
opposition to imperialism.
Ray Dixon's Orchestra Will Play]
for Engineers' Party to
be Held April .4.
NAME ANSEL CHAIRMAN
Announcement was made yester-
day afternoon of the engineers'
slide-rule dance, sponsored by the
Technic staff, which will be held'
April 4. Plans are being made to
hold the affair at the Union or the
Leafne acerin f(L. Vf'n-v

.plementary color.
I Optimistic View of Enforcement. Carlessness of Fireman Blamed They are planned in such a way Committee's Plans Concerning
Believed to Have Darkened Following Investigation as to permit them to be used for a Initiation Activities Are
Senate Investigation. of Disaster, arietyeofpuroe a rprent Accepted.
an expenditure above that arranged
WTcfor in the budget, the announce-
WASHINGTO, March 17.- BOGOTA, Columbia, March 17.- ment stated.Iproposed
Speaking up after eight months' More than a score of passengers Tickets will continue on sale dur- stitutional amendment, whereby
study of the dry law and its work- . ing the remainder of the week at the mode of fraternity representa-
ings, Chairman Wickersham, of the land many of the crew of the river booths maintained in Angell hal tion in the Interfraternity council
Hoover law-enforcement commis- steamer Bucaramanga lost their lobby, University hall, the West En- would be changed, was made at the
sion, reported today a "steady im- lives today when the boat's cargo gineering building, and from 3 to 5 meeting of the council held yester-
provement" in prohibition and be- of petroleum caught fire in dock at o'clock each afternoon at the side day afternoon. Vote on the am-
littled the proposal for 2.75 percent j Laborado on the Magdalena river. desk in the lobby of the Union., endment will be held at the next
beer, as failing to meet the "robust Tickets are $5. meeting of the council.
taste." Johnny Johnson acrd his band, ; A resolution in regard to restric-
The commission ch~airman alter-' Only ten of a passenger list fresh from engagements at eastern, tion of "Hell Week" activities of
┬░d his tiresome examination into thought to number more than 30 and southern supper clubs, comes to fraternities, framed by a commit-
the problem of enforcing America's Vwere rescued. Most of the crew, Ann Arbor for the first time in re- tee headed by Donald J. Kline, '30,
laws t6 speak freely to the Senate including the captain, perished. cent years. He has recently scored was accepted by the council.
Judiciary committee in executive Other steamers in Laborado har- successes at the Hotel Pennsylvan- The proposal for change of fra-
session and then to newspapermen. bor stood helplessly by, afraid to ia, New York city, Miami Beach, ternity representation in the coun-
His optimistic view of enforce- come to the rescue bec'use of the London, and Biarritz. cil provides that every house shall
ment was believed at the Capitol to explosive nature of the ship's cargo. have two representatives, one a
have darkened the prospects for a Water Carried Fire. f[senior and one a junior, "the sen-
Senate investigation of the situa- ' IlV LuL LU LU Ifor representative to be either the
ion, as has been proposed by Sen- Everyone but the night watch and of he houe o therthe
ator Norris,kRepublican, Nebraska. a ew of the crewnwas asleep when SIrpresentativehous heorCouncil the
The Nebraskan said after the ses- the flames suddenly burst out on ~ ii ~O preceding year; the junior repre-
sion with Mr. Wickersham how nrNdgya he toh office
ever, that he still saw p y o the boat. Trapped in their beds, 11NL U U I sentative to be the only one eli-
room for improvement." He an- rhen and women became panic- gible from his house to hold office
nounced he would call up his res- stricken and trampled each other Expect No Definite Development in the Council in his senior year,
olution next Monday for a vote. to reach the deck. Those who suc- providing that said representative
Robust Taste Unsatisfied . ceeded leaped into the river, only Until Premier Tardieu has not been absent from the
Smiling broadly, Mr. Wickersham j to find themselves in the midst of Returns to London. Council meetings more than twice
expressed his opinion in response to another blaze, the flames ha'in during his term as representative."
questioning by newspapermen. Ask- spread to oil floating in the wat BRIAND SEEKS SOLUTION Status of Seniors Raised.
ed what he thought about bills for Others tried to squeeze portholes,.I The plan, as proposed; would re-
2:75 per cent beer, he said simply while the fire, set by the bursting By Frank H Kin suit in the junior representatives
"I don't think that beer will satis- barrels of oil, mounted higher. ' A.P. Staf Writer, on the 1930-31 Council becoming
fy the robust ta'ste." He made no Captain Velez, the ship's captain.i the senior representatives on the
amplification and declined to go who was one of the first to reach LONDON, Maren 17.-The Naval 1931-32 Cpuncil.
into any discussion of the merits deck, tried to get the life boats conference undaunted by difficul- William R. Farrell, '30, president
of this legislation of the dry law. lowered away. When he saw that ties todayv settled down to a new of the Council, said. that adoption
Before the Senate Judiciary com- it was impossible to save his boat,siege for a five-power disarmamen of the plan would insure the pres-
t e promised to have an- he courageousiy 'refused to leavy ence of senior representatives wh
5thr eport from the commission it and was burned to death. Th "British fcial spokesman enre familiar with the aims and
and he believed it would give ar announced tonight that the con- werefils wh the aimncand
2omprehensive picture of prohibi- C Terence was not going to break Before the proposed amendment
tion conditions. He said it uwan The ten who were"saved received down this week nor was it going can be voted on and accepted at
mtside the province of the com- first aid for their burns at a near- ito succeed this week. He said the canext Council meeting, it must
mission to pass judgment on a Sen- by hospital. delegates though were determined p the next Com-
ate investigation, but he advocated The fire, at first believed to have to arrive at 'a treaty satisfactory to mbe approved by die Seata pou-
znactment of the prohibition trans- been incendiary, now is thought to iall, but definite developments was ished in the Daily Official Bulle-
ter bill and proposed also legisla- have resulted from the carelessness not likely to occur until next week- hih
.ion to ighten up the control over of a fireman. end, when Premier Tardieu of The resolution in regard to ii.-
industrial alcohol. He advocated Labordo is a small port about France returns from France for' The reoluton in re-rdtoim.-
that users of this alcohol be re- Primed it sal or bot ation of fraternity pre-initiatory
quired to submit reports on the ul- 450 miles upstream from the mouth another conference with Prime activities ,as adopted, provides a
timate consumption of the product. of the Magdelena. , M ister MacDonaldet of direction
__ Meanwhile, Foreign Minister gnrl e fdrcin ogid
Emphasizes Enforcement.,g houses in designing probationary
Asked if the prohibition law is, EW Y K E Briand will continue to head the ' es pg sgand pobatonhr
or col eefreM.Wce-epoainprysotn vrweek programs, and empowers the
or could be enforced, Mr. Wicker- IRISH ON PARADE new routes toward solution o judiciary committee of the couil
IRISH ONPARADEnewroutestowards n oisham said it was not being enforc- hmto investigate, pass judgmentand
ed 100 per cent but he quickly add--it which today more than ever be mete judgment upon any ,rate
ed that one of his "most competent CardlaalHayes, Whalen Review came the crux of the conference nity violating the rules.
investigators" had told him the law 20,000 Holiday Marchers. Secretary Stimson, Ambassador The resolution provides that
is being enforced better than any Morrow, Ambassador Dawes, and hereafter fraternity pre-initatory
other Federal law." ( i re.s> Senator Reed and others of the activities be .confined generally to
-- NEW YORK, March 17.-Thou- American delegation have been en- the fraternity houses, and that act-
sands of people lined Fifth avenue listed in the band of scouts under ivities outside the house be regu-
for more than 60 blocks'today for MacDonald's direction, trying to lated so as to interfere with the
HARVARD OFFERhak da find a common ground upon which ' rights and privileges of other per-
the annual St. Patrick's day parade Ithe French and Italians can agree., sons, and that the program be reg-
in which it was estimated 20,000 Informal meetings continued ulated so that pledge assignments
The Rev. Thomas Harris, assist- marchers took part. The parade throughout the day. will not interfere with classroom
ant Rector of St. Andrews Episcopald p arash - activities of either initiates or act-
Church, will leave Ann Arbor next was composed largely of Irish so- D B T NaEM ive s of theratert.
fall to fill the position of Univer- ciety and many of the group were DEBATING TEAir ive members of the fraternities.
sity Pastor at Harvard. in colorful attire, the predominant' Private House ]Dances Favored.
Th Rev-. Harri shis a g radu-r t sp mn LEAVES TONIGHT Physical treatment of initiates,
Te color being, of course, green according to the resolution, must
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m on "The Wandering Schol- honor and paid tribute to his pa- s , '3 1E, general chairman.
ars'and Medieval Latin Songs (Car- triotic services, emphasizing partic- I The following committee chair-
ma. Burana)". Professor Hilka is ularly his ending of the Moroccan men have been announced: Ben C.
a graduate of the University of trouble. Lansdale, '31E, finance; Edward
Bonn. He is professor of romance! When the train bearing the body Nell, '30E, floor committee; Jack L.
philology at the University of Got- from France crosses the border it ISpencer, '32E, tickets; John J.
tingen and is very distinguished in will be met by the ministers of White, '32A, decorations; Will F.
the field of medieval Latin, being Primo's cabinet, high officials of a Ross, '31E, entertainment; and
the editor of the most important patriotic union, relatives, and re- Wilfred Grigg, '31E, publicity.
German review in this field. His presentatives of the king and the Wiayf Dixon and his orchestra
lecture will be about medieval Latin Berenguertcabinet. They will ac- from the Aragon club, Chicago, will
studlent songs. company it to Madid.1 furnish the music. Dixon's orch-{
' Professor ilika gave a series of. Plans are to take the casket from esr;a eetycmltdaya
lectures in his field last semester atithe "morte" station at 1 o'clock nestra has recently completed a year
Cleurbia UniversiLy, and this se- Wednesday morning in the pres-!contract with the Pere Marquette
mester is given 'another series at ence of the cabinet, royal repre- hotel from where it broadcast reg-
Smith college, Northhampton, sentatives, high officials, grandees ularly over a Chicago station.
Mass. !of Spain, church dignitaries and The last dance held by the. en-
The third feature address will be the diplomatic corps. gineering college was in 1914. At!
given by the president of the Acad- Masses will be said at special al- that time great rivalry existed be-
efny, Dr. Oliver Kamm, who is re- ters in the station, then, with the tween the engineering and lawJ
search director of the Parke Davis coffin draped in the national col- students. Attempts will be made
company of Detroit. Dr. Davis is a ors and with a Spanish flag over to find the old engineering slide-
graduate of the University of Illi- Primo's breast, an artillery caisson rule which disappeared two years
nois, and was an 9structor here in will begin the slow march to San ago preceeding a Crease dance,
1916 and 1917. In 1928 he won the I Isedro cemetery. Troops from all Although the dance is bein,
American Asociation for Advance- branches, of the military services sponsored by the engineering stu-
ment of Science prize in recogni- will line the routes of march, ren- dents, members from other pol-;
Lion for his outstanding achieve- dering military honors. leges on the campus may attend
inents in theline of research, Ile{ The king's representative, prob- the affair. Tickets will be placed
will talk on "A Theory of Circula-. ably one of his sons, Don Jaime, ! on sale at an early date. They will I
tion, Explainig on a Hormonic Ba- will follow. The king himself is not sell for $3.
asi Certain Relations between the ,expected to march in the funeral
flood Lym.ph a~nd Intercellular because of tradition, but probably FLPN SI J R
Fiat th eannual banquet on will attend special mass at the time FILIPINOS INJURE
ay night at 6 o'clock in the of burial. YANKEE SAILORS
M igan League Building. Then will come Premnier Beren- SA
Papers by Local Men. iguer with his cabinet and mem- B1 ejackets Warned to A void
Many .papers will be given at the bers of the dictator's cabinet. Pri- T eWNa
various section meetings on Thurs- mo's three sons will be next follow- Trouble With Natives.
day, Friday, and Saturday, bly pro- ed by the foreign diplomatic corp^, A r
minent scholars of the United high officials and churchmen. MA IvA asciah .BPre jkts
State~s. Among those to be give The MANILA, March 17.-Bluejackets
b Ai mnversity esbers are "ve former dictator's daughters of the United States Navy todaya
~vancement of Our Knowledge of Iare not expected to be in the pro-
vancmen of4 Ou tr Knowledeo cession because it is not customaryf were ordered by their officers not
Moduntasson tatetstsng bual. to attempt reprisals for the injury'
nth eas by Prof.omenWtiliamnd Hr..to five sailors yesterday by a crowd
of the geology department; of Filipinos at a baseball game.
Vr n in Some Ceramic Types UNION TO HOLD The Navy men were told to be care-
frm thPilppines" by Dr. Carl' jful not to do anything that might
e rcr of themuseum BRIDGE TOURNEY iead to race riots.
of,,a; and "Some An- Althougi the police said the af-
Setsan Talismans" by - fair was ohly a brawl, the more se-
ll E. Boniner of the Registration for the Union's an- rious view was taken dky some per-,
nual all-campus bridge tourna- 1 sons. Meanwhile an investigation'
ment will begin tomorrow at the 1 was being made.
ood main desk in the Union lobby, ac- The trouble began when some 501
cording to Leonard S. Wilson, '31, bluejackets were drinking beer aft-
M4ens aEducation Group chairman of the house committee.; er a ball game at Kittelle park. AI
Those men entering the competi- 'Filipino addressed a crowd of na-
Bertus Boone',30Ed., was elected ! tion should sign-up in pairs. Reg- tives in Tagalog, their dialect.-
president of the Men's Education istration will run for only one More money was demanded by the
club at a meet g held in the Union week. waiters for their services. When
last night. Other officers chosen All games will be played in the the sailors refused the Filipinos be-
for this semester are Carl Parker, Union lobby with cards furnished gan beating them with clubs,
'3Ed., vice - president; . B e r to n by the Union. It will be necessary blackjacks, lead pipes, and stones.
Kempski, '30, secretary; and Evart for at least one man of each pair E. O. Mecklinberg, machinist of
Scott, '30, treasurer. . to deposit his membership card at the U. S. Parrott was ijured Se-
Dr. Edgar G. Johnston, principal the d t t t verely before the riot was stopped
of the University high school, who the esat e time o taking by B. K. West, an American police
addrsse theclu, satedtha to them out,.yB .Wsa mrcnplc
addressed the club, stated that to- IThe rules to be followed are those captain. With a pistoltin hand he
day character in teachers is beingiused by the American Whist club held the crowd of natives at bay
watched. The teacher, he claims, usedby . th Am can 1 f until police and naval shore patrol-,

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here in 1926, and has since then As the marchers passed St. Pat- be regulated so as to avoid possi-
taken charge ofnthe Episcopal stu- rick's cathedral they were. reviewed Michigan's varsity negative de- bility of personal injuries, and it
dent work at Harris hall iii addi- by Cardinal Hayes and members of bating team will leave for Iowa is provided that "vulgar and in-
iion to his work as assistant in the the clergy. City tonight for the conference de- decent pre-initiatory practices be
parish. At Harvard his work will In the reviewing stand at G4th bate on Thursday. Floyd K. Riley abandoned."
be with students and also with the street and Fifth avenue, were rep- of the speech department, coach The council accepted the report
Harvard Divinity school. resentatives of the state and city., of the team will accompany the of the fraparty committee,
-Grover Whalen, New York's sarto- three debators west . ,heaed:byFederick G. Bausehard,
Harvard Alumni De yreal police commissioner, was in the The team is made up of Garret '10, that regulation of parties
stand wearing a green necktie. Jo- sWright, '30, Arthur E. Schroeder, should be left to individual fraters
ScrUJWOrimenS Salary seph V. McKee, president of the '31, and Howard L. Simpn, '32L. The unities, rather than that the Con-
-. Sboard of aldermen, and John S. 'debate will be on the question: "Re- icil should pass any legislation -in
(Mv Aocin-d Pres' Curry, Tammany leader, were solved, that the several states be regard to them.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 17. among those who were in the permitted to adopt the Ontario rrdtgemn
-Harvard university authorities, stands. system of liquor control." . Arrangements were suggested
in a statement today, took recog- wheieby fraternities interested in
nizance of a letter of protest of 51 E'anHattempt to influencethesd-
alumni regarding wages paid scrub ePRESIDENT'S HOBBY IS PLANNINGlegislature to givefurther consid-
women at the University library COLLECTION OF RELICS FOR HOME eration to a movement for tax ex-
who were dismissed last -fall. The' ___ emption for fraternities contribuite
alumni lter, dsiged byf pronet Pto a fund to finance a delegation
alumni letter, signed by prominent President Alexander Grant Ruth- medals, presentations,' merentoes which would appear before the Ann
graduates and issued in New York, ven has a hobby, and it isn't stamp of the men who have served the Arbor tax board at their regular
asked that the University pay each collecting. It's museums.
of the women $280 as back wages, When'he was named the succes- University its highest office. He can be made to Lansing until the
saying they had been paid two sor to D'. C. C. Little as head of the already has several objects around ,an bee onsig nith
cents an hour less than the legal , o oD.C .Ltl sha f'h matter has been considered wt
University, President Ruthven kept which he will be able to assemble, the Ann Arbor tax board, it was
minimum for nine years.. heUniversity M eisurely, a more graphic picture of ; announced.
- ofie t heUmeiit M-his predecessors than can be found'
seums building, of which he is di- 'in the 'present written records. Ob- !
nfrector, ndth'rehhos serdaysjects which belonged to Drs. Angell
Sinfrequent spare hours. Yesterday and Tappan are included in the as- Will Close This Friday
ehe announced a new ;adventure-- sembly which he already possesses.
another museum. The cases should be finished in Sale of Commencement an-
Dr. Ruthven has long been mak- two months and the exhibit begun nouncements and invitations to lit-
- - 7 ing mental plans for a special room in earnest. In the meantime, Dr. erary college seniors, recommenced
in the president's house which Ruthven, with whatever assistance yesterday, will extend only through
hi may he given, will start build- Friday, class officials said last

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