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VOL. XL. NO. 122 AN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1930 EIGHT PAGES
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AFFIRMATT9 Will Delier Talks V LWILLHLiASSRESOLUTIONtoG e Convocation
LOSESTO ILINOI1 WODAY LQUOR PREVETINGHIGH Talk tSunday Eve ning, N IHLC
John E. Tacy e of the fore TW -DwYltars{adNewGdshasG ESSI
most corporation lawyers in the been announced as the subject of1
United States and member of an the address which Rabbi Leo M.
IN UO O OAT jimportant Chicago law firm, will P L ! ,10 HNEy Franklin, of the Temple Beth-El,; fEA
deliver two more lectures of his I Detroit, will deliver before the un-
series on "Corporate Practice" at 3 dergraduate body at a convocation -
Michigan Speakers Unsuccessful and 4 o'clock today in room C of Election Board Appointed; Will North Central Association Acts at 8 o'clock Sunday evening in Hill Continental Teacher to Discuss t
in Stand Favoring Ontario the Law building. Supervise Tabulating, to Discourage College auditoriu.ni Wandering Scholars of
Inasmuch as there are few text- Rab rnlni ieyrcg-
System of Control. books available on the subject of Disputed Votes. Conducted Meets. nized for his liberal ideas and his ' Middle Ages.
corporation law, Mr. Tracey is be talk will be especially appealing to
IOWA BEATS NEGATIVE ing brought here to present 1c QUESTION BALLOT FORM CLAIM RECRUITING EVIL college students, it was pointed out IS LATIN AUTHORITY
tures supplementary to the regu- yesterday by sponsors of the con- _
Professors Woodward and Barig lar course. The increasing com-- Will Check Voters' Names, to National Prep School Federation vection wHe is noted for hiscon Program of Luncheons, Lectures
Profssos Wool d e adlBaigPrepfectienwithpeligios workuctgrmeofrLncheosSLecuresg
Act as Sole Judges pri the last 15 yearhasuctre Prevent Stufng Approves Action Against universities, and 15 years ago or- Planned for Today; Kamm
of Contests. this addition to the curricutum of Boxes All But State Meets. ganized the Jewish Student con- to Speak Tonight.
dn h s5 r a ao oA B Se egregation, which brought to Ann__
necessary.I Arbor each Sunday for 12 years Po.Afn ika rfso f
Debating the Ontario system of Mr. Tracey will return six times The necessary machinery to col- (ny Asocated Press)Ad Prof. Alfons Hilka, professor of
lect and record the campus senti- CHICAGO, March 20.--A knock- outstanding rabbis of the country. n hil
quor control against a team rep- more during the spring to deliver ment on prohibition in The Daily's . Its work has since been taken over romance phology at the Universi-
resenting the University of Illinois, 12 lectures to complete the serie. two-day poll next Monday andut blow against college and um by the Hille foundation. ty of Gottingen, will be the feature
the Michigan affirmative varsity Tuesday was being perfected yes- versity conducted prep athletic speaker on today's program of the
therMichigan aollrmativewvarsi't
squad lost the only conference de- terd The flowin weare ahp- tournaments was aimed by the 35th annual meeting of the Michi-
daeo tes coneeste last *N DISCU S Spointed to the election board gwhch jp Cefl NrCnrl Assoiatin BID I EI gaAcdmofSineArsadIt
date of the second semester last will supervise the tabulating and Colleges and Secondary schools ilgan Academy of Science, Arts, and
Hoar W Woilrl f eserNUegret Bs h 3.esbin fanorhdetrlYsocato Letters. He will talk at 4:15 o'clock,
night in Hill auditorium. Prof. pass on disputed ballots: Miss Mar- today. The Association's commis-
Howard W. Woodward, of WesternPEMS OFE garet Bush, '30,psdFE sion on institutions of higher edu FORdGT the Natural Science auditorium
Resreunvrityated a theE Womens league, Miss .Helen Fel- catio} approved the principleBAfMaon "The Wandering Scholars and D
W nlrM Heenia o t pnyo h a rSsslows, '30, president of the Judiciary resolution which would not only Medieval Latin Songs (The Car-
single judge for the contest. i council, Mi'ss Helen Cheever, '31, discourage such athletic meets but i---P--k
The topic for the debate was Engineering Professor Describes president of the Pan-hellenic coun- : also would threaten with expulsion Recipient of Last Invitation m fa Burana)". Professor Hika is
"Resolved: that the several states Education in Relation to cil, Ernest Reif, '30, president of the I all colleges and universities hold- to be Guest of Honor atEuropean authority in
Student council, William Farrell, gthem.the field of medieval Latin and is
be permitted to adopt the Ontario Life's Complexities. StudentecounclmWilliam Farell. ing them
pd hs'30, president of the Interfraternity Many national high school tourn- Razz Fest April 9 the editor of the Gem
system of liquor control." The council, John Webster, '30, presi- aments would be affected by the: tlmateviwi.
Michigan team was composed of SPEAKS AT THIRD FORUM dent of the Student Christian as- rule, including the University of 351 PEOPLE ARE ASKED that field. i
sociation; Kenneth Lloyd, '32L, Chicago's annual interscholastic All sections except those of fine. c
'enelon BoesNhe, 31, Lawrenc Describing education to be the president of the Union; A. James basketball championship, the 12th Invitations fo igma Delta Chi's arts, history and political science, s
Hartwig, '3% and Nathan Levy, '31,!systematic development and culti- Jordan, '30, business manager of edition of which will be played annual gridironmatocctis oin, wic
speaking in that order. L. V. Fin- vation of natural powers, Prof. Roy The Daily; Majorie Follmer, '30, here next week. The University ofa hel Wdesn banquet, ito be w oiclock this morimng, which
der, T. H. Kiley and C. B. Land S. Swinton of the engineering me- women's editor; Ellis B. Merry, held Wednesday, April 9, will be will be open to the pubic. Among
hanics department, addressed the! '31L, managing editor, and George, Director of Athletics Fielding placed in the mails tomorrow, Law- the liers to be given are Popu-
spoke for the negative. third of a series of All-Campus Fo- C. Tilley, '30, editorial chairman. H. Yost and Prof. Henry C. An- rence R. Klein said yesterday. Ex- icCartous upstitio s, b E
Boesche Opens Debate. rums yesterday afternoon in Alum- Ballot boxes in charge of Daily derson, acting faculty member of actly 351 students and faculty section; "Experiences on the Trap
The debate was opened by Boe- ni Memorial Hall. representatives will be distributed the Board in Control of Athlet- Line in the Shadow of Mount c-e
sche, who protested against the over the campus as for spring elec- ics, in cormenting upon the ac- members of the University will be e
present system of liquor control in The primary objects of educa- tions. Literary college students tion of the North Central Associ- honored with bids to the razz fest, Kinlay, by Charles Burton, in the
this country and explained the pro- tion ar; first the attainment of will vote in Angell hall, University ation last night, concurred in the at which local and national cele- geranoon there will be luncheons
posed Ontario system. Finder t of ierpetn th - hall, and i polling places at the belief that the resolution would brities will be grilled on the hot for the members of the economics'
opened for the visitors, declaring, iems of life and second the acquir- State street end of the diagonal, have little effect upon the vari- -'fi rtsfrtrgtoy'
that prohibition .is a vital factor ing of sufficient strength and ex- ;the center of the diagonal, and in ous prep and high school tourn- pan of ridicule. fdne ars f t geology, history,c
contributing to the prosperity of perience to surmount them," he the engineering arch. Engineers aments sponsored by the Uni- In determining 351 as the num f Ernest Fisher, of the school of
the United States. Hartwig point-' staed ySice everythin gin life B ll ballot at gieerng arch. versity. ber of persons to receive invita- busiiess administration, will talk onc
ed out the diversity of opinion on Iis really a problem and sinced life j Ballot boxes will also be placed in Director Yost stated that "For tions, members of Sigma Delta Chi "Obse vations on Public Control of
the issue, quoting from the current itself includes no well ordered set the Law building, on the first floor some time there has been an in- adopted a scheme whereby espec- City D1vclopment in Europe" at C
Literary Digest poll and var of° cesn problem twadsna:. the economic section luncheon,
referendums taken in DelawareI tance that students learn how to' second floor of the hospital, and rion prejed e tor th ial significance will be attached to Prf ArtnuiS Aiton ludihcuss t
reeedm ae eaae classif y them near the Dental building. Archi- " inlpepmes det!h the bid bearing the number 351. Prfrhu .Ato ild~cs
Nevada and New York. mte Mudn, o t fact that they result in a some- t"The New Approach to the Study c
classi ,asthem.osn' s e at hermDen tbuidng., rs-t atrhtyhy eul n; om-Just as in some honor societies mioyscin
Thescond .negative speech, by "Learning, as such, doesn't seem ttsd pharmacy studentssfsrestry times harmful prolongng of the Js of American History," at the his- d
Riley stated that prohibition was to be one of the big things in edu- t education students may use' period of competition. It is this Eastern schools, which pledge one tory section luncheon ~aid Prof. v
bing enforced as well as any other cation nor does mere cultural and most convenient polling place trend which has caused the ac- man a day for a lmited period Ot Pillsbury will address the psychol- 1
law in the country, quoting George growth. Although the financial re- tion of the North Central As- days, the man to be given the bid ogy section luncheon. e
w. Wickersham to that effect. turns of education have proven Polls Open All Day. sociation." on the last day of pledging is es- Further section meetings will be
Levy closed the constructive argu- that college does pay, the acquir- The polls will be open from 9__ pecially honored, similarly the per- held at 2 o'clock this afternoon. C. I
ments for the Michigan team, ing of strength of character seems o'clock until 4 o'clock on Monday Chic'go is a member of the associ- son who receives invitation number . Erlanson will talk on "Results of h
showing the present discontent to me to far overshadow other and Tuesday with the exception ofC ation and vice-president Frederick 351 to the Gridiron banquet will be a Botanical Trip on the West Coast
with the law, and pointing out how j things gained by a university edu- the booths in the new Medical Woodward today said that natur- a guest of honor at the razz fest. of Greenland" in the botany se -1
the proposed plan would remedy cationi. A person who survives four building and in the hospital which ally it would not risk its standing. A special election is to be held tion, Lionel D. Edie will discuss'
the defects if applied to the areas years of college life has gained will be open from 11 o'clock until Today's action concurred with at the next chapter meeting of "1930 in the Securities Market," ate
demanding it. Land closed for immeasureably more strength than 2 o'clock only. that of the National Federation of Sigma Delta Chi, for the purpose of the economics meeting, Maryf
Illinois, attacking the Ontario sys- persons who have not had the op- To prevent mutiple voting the State High Schol Associations electing the honor guest to receive Greenshields and K. C. McMurray
tem. The speakers delivered their portunity to secure a college edu- 'names of voters will be checked off which has frowned on ali prep ,invitation number 351, it is an- will present a paper on "Geographic K
refutations in the same order. 'cation," said Professor Swinton. in student directories as they cast meets except those sponsored by nounced by Charles S. Monroe, '30, Relations of Tax Delinquency in '
Team All Veterans. In his discussion, Professor their ballots. Students not listed the various state organizations chapter president. The last invi- Michigan" in the geography section, s
The Michigan team was compos- Swinton pointed out the different in the directory will be requested such as state championships. C. tation will be mailed several days and William H. Pyle will speak on a
ed, of three veterans, all of the Iopinions as to "The Primary Ob- to sign their ballots, the names, of W. Whitten, secretary-treasurer of later than the other. "A PsychologicalSorndy, eddSrtSet
members having been on varsity fects of Education," held by dif- course, to be regarded as confiden- the National Federation, addressed Identity of the recipient will be IHigh School Failures" at the psy- ~
teams in the past.. ferent people. He touched on the tial and the ballots destroyed as today's meeting and pleaded with made public in The Daily next chology meeting.a
The debate last night closed the definition of Bertrand Russell not- soon as tabulated. the delegates to "let high school week. The annual dinner for all sec- 1
season for the varsity, though an- ed author who considered the Men and women students will use athletes alone and let them choose;Adoption of this plan increases tions will be held in the Michigan
other debate will be held with..different colored ballots, and a sep- the colleges and universities they League building at 7:30 o'clock this c
Wiley College, of Marshall, Texas, main objects to be vitality, courage, arate- tabulation will be made. WO- want to attend." Prep stars today especially honored at the Grid evening, when Dr. Oliver Kamm, le
in Chicago. Arthur Goulson, '31, sensitiveness, and itelligence, men will be given an opportunity are literally beseiged with pro- banquet. In other years there havei president of the academy, will de-
and Thomas V. LoCicero, '31, alter- I to cast their votes at the Angell hall posals from colleges and universi- aniuet.tnptherdyearsthereebeen only two, the man to whom _prdnta dde
;hates for the varsity team, will and University hall booths, and at ties, he said, and a competitive re- enonyt; t1mntowo1
probably debate for Michigan at ; NI 0Uspecial booths in Barbour gymnas- cruiting program was noticeable ssymboli of ab- -- rlMnrnTs
that contest, which may be broad- L U(um and in the League building. everywhere." ility to "spread the old banana oil LE
cast. May Alter Ballots. and the man in whose honor isE
Numerous suggestions, indicative read the favorable epitaph, a sin-
(Special to The DaI0 I of a wide campus interest in the cere expression of admiration. TTICI
IOWA CITY, Igwa, March 20.- H L Fpoll, were offered yesterday as to AWN80H ROUTSex ssno ma n
ichigan's negative debating trio, how the ballots should read. Prin-YotC
consisting of Arthur E. Schroeder, Annual Crease Dance Tonight I cipally it was suggested that stu-fBs
31, Garrett H. Wright, "30, and! to be Featured by Novelties ,dents be given an opportunity to U Ti1lOIT /IYouthsDrink Less Now Frosh Frolic Success Assured'
Howard Simon, '32L, lost to the d Music indicate whether they drink rare- c U Iby Unprecedented Sale
Iowa debating team here tonight injan Unique Msc ly" as well as "occasionally," or ______ (y Asoic e 1)r...
a conference debate on the subject hU sm frequently. These suggestions will Local Five Enters Semi-Finals WASHINGTON, March 20.-The of Tickets.
of prohibition and liquor control. While the. University freshmen be considered by the editorial board - calling by President Hoover of a--
The Iowa squad consisted of are frolicking in the Union ball- of The Daily before the ballots areby Beatg Detroiters council of Governors and oromi. Tickets for the Frosh Frolic,

PRICE FIVE CENTS
OF SCIENCE OPENS
LURE, BY BERKY;
TODAYS PROGRM
Geologist Tells of Explorations
in Gobi Desert; Reception
'Concludes Program.
ARE SPECIMENS FOUND
Pictures of Logging Activities
in Michigan Are Shown
at Museum.
Distinct traces of pre-historic
man were found by the Roy Chap-
man Andrews expedition to the
Gobi desert, stated Dr. Charles P.
Berkey yesterday afternoon in a
talk on "Across the Gobi Desert
with a Geologist" which opened
the 35th annual meeting of the
Michigan Academy of Science, Arts
and Letters.
"The first trip in 1922 disclosed
only a few handfuls of implements
which might have been indicative
f human life on the plateau," stat-
ed Dr. Berkey. "On the second trip
in 1925, however, we received a
lue as to the strata in which to
search for such traces, and we
were able to pick up 15,000 of
crudely fashioned implements' in
an hour. The simplest and crudest
mplements were found in the low-
est strata. Better finished and more
omplicated tools were found high-
er up, and pottery was found near-
st the top.
Find Traces of People.
"The Gobi region has undergone
many changes from glacial, or wet
and cold climate, to a dry and hot
limate. We believe that these peo-
ple lived here during the last
change from glacial to dry weather.
They were driven out by the
hange. The hot weather died out
he land, rains washed out the
round and made it uninhabitable,
arried the dirt down into the mid-
dle of th plain, and formed allu-
ial fan shaped deposits. Fron
00,000 to 200,000 years were need-
d to build up each fan, and the
'an the tools were found in reveal-
ed when the dune-dwellers lived
here.
"Besides finding the traces of
human civilization, we accomplish-
d other valuable work. The dif-
erent strata were mapped every
en miles, and at the end of our
rip' we had a geological map of
700 square miles. We also found
kulls, one five feet long, as well
as fossils of different kinds, among
hem dinosaur eggs. We located
what had once been a copper mine.
and walls built by the dune-dwel-
ers."
The program for the day was
oncluded by the annual reception
and exhibition held in the Museum
building last night. Moving pic-
ures on "Logging in Michigan in
1930," by Robert Craig, Jr., were
hown by the forestry school. The
oological section had some speci-
mens of parasites under micro-
scopes, the anthropology section
had an Indian exhibit, and the
eography section displayed a
goup of foreign and domestic top-
ographical and statistical maps.
Roy Heads Temporary
Haitian Adminstration
(ByAsoite,.es

gllsworth Fersh, Edward Carmody, thr L Somh1oi1, w " hol it fi n inprted. in 24-14 Game. which will be held tonight from
and Jack Vollertsen. The debate the Law School will hold its final Meanwhile the decision still pent citizens to work out a plan to 9 until 2 o'clock in the Union ball- 2
was judged by Prof. Frank Barig, class party, the classic Crease stands to ask students who drink :Secial to The nahui. educate the American people to room, were rapidly approaching s
head of the speech department of Dance, l the main lounge of the on the average of once every two 'YPSILANTI, March 20-A third observance of the dry laws was ad- their second sell-out late yesterday'
the University of Minnesota. Lawyers wl aten thn 1 weeks or oftener to record them- period spurt which netted eleven ;ocated today in the House judi- afternoon. Following the sell-out p
couples will attend this function selves as "frequent" drinkers, and points to one for Detroit South- i ciary committee prohibition hear- of the original allotment of cou-d
Passes for 'Wild Duck' pch faro the University's tradi-f t wo abt violatieon o t vet nto tethseminna sbo high igs t pons Wednesdayhafternoon, the
pplreighteenth amendment less often fv notesm-iaso h At the outset of the hearings,; committee in charge secured .an- '
Obtainable at Office tional events. Gunderson, general to record themselves as "occasion- state basketball tourney here to-,Mrs. Lenna Lowe Yost, a me'ber other block of tickets, for which a e
____ Harvey J.Gnesn eea al" drinkers, night. The quintet will battle De-i of the legislative committee of thedeadwsxprncdy- I
Tickets for Play Production's pre- 'chairman, with Miss Madelon V. Tabulated results of the pO l, to- troit Northern, City champions, at National Association of Organiza- rge demand was experienced yes-
sentation Thursday, Friday, and Andrus, of Ann Arbor, will lead the;gether with similar tabulations the Olympia in Detroit tomorrow tions Supporting the 18th Amend- terday. This is the first time in re-f
Saturday nights next week of the grand march. Other members of from numerous colleges and uni- nightment, read a telegram from her cent years that the freshman
"Wil Duk,"by Hnrik Isen maythecom'iitee re hares L Ew~ ad :classes have sold enough tickets to d
"Wild Duck," by Henrick Ibsen, mayP r the committee are Charles L. Ew- versities throughout the East and Ann Arbor dominated almost the brother-in-law, Fielding H. Hurry s
be obtained at the Play Production mg, decorations; John M. Vander- Middle West, will be released in entire game and won by the de-:Up} Yost, athletic director of the clear their budget for the affair.
Office from 2 o'clock to 5ho'clock,nwal supper; Richard M. Maxwell Thursday morning's Daily. cisive margin of 24 to 14. The Pur- University of Michigan, in which -Johnny Johnson's orchestraY
any afternoon. and John R. Murphy, programs and Nine hundred and twenty ballots ple and White started slowly, trail- he expressed the opinion that the fresh from engagements at eastern:
No invitations have been sent out, iimtations. iwere mailed yesterday to members iing 2 to 3 at the end of the first! college youth of America was not and southern supper clubs, is in
and because of the limited space in Seymour Simons' orchestra, a of the faculty as a special feature of period, but led 9-6 at half time. j drinking as much as in the pre- readiness for the dance; decora-
theUnivesity Hall auditorium, the ten-piece band from Detroit, and a The Daily's prohibition poll With Bill Pegan, flashy running iprohibition days. The telegram tions are virtually completed, andS
number of tickets going to each ap- two-piano team, dispensers of nov- guard, leading the attack, Ann Ar- said that the government had tried final preparations are now in the
ploant will be limited. elties, will furnish the music. Dec- GadhiR h Kli bor pulled steadily away from the to regulate liquor and had made "a hands of the committee in charge.
orations for the loungedwilnhaveG andhR eaches arei Prospectors and led 20 to 7 at the miserable failure of it" and added Such tickets as remain for the
lr Wiavender as the predominating Issues Further Ordersclose of the third quarter. Pegan that it was unfortunate "that cer- party may be secured at the booths
-color. fed the ball to Raftopolus, Nott, ftain people of standing, by exam- maintained in the lobby of Angell
r 9 Cr s. -( Associated Press, Nowack, and Zahner, who made ple, furnish a leadership to youth hall, in University hall and the
f 9e i Ot KARELI, BOMBAY PRESIDEN- 'good on five shots. in law violation." West Engineering building and at
Nomination of literary college CY, India, March 20.-Mahatma { A belated spurt by Southwestern ethe main desk of the Union this
seniors to mock election offices Gandhi, arriving here with his vol- } in the final period when Hagen and LondnCWill}afternoon.a
will be made at a meeting of the, -_ ;unteer marchers in the civil dis- Graybill counted as many points as LComposer W
class to be held at 4:15 o'clock , -_ 'obedience campaign today gave the Prospectors had during all the Address Music School -
T4esday afternoon, March 25, in further instructions for carrying other three periods, failed to dis- Carnera Knocks Out
room 25 Angell hall, Stanton W. out his policy of non-violent re- turb Ann Arbor's lead. Mr. Hubert Foss, of London, Eng- Newark Heauvv eisht

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Mar.
20.-Amid scenes of intense enthu-
iasm, an assembly of people's dele-
gates today approved the choice of
Eugene Roy as temporary presi-
dent of Haiti.
Roy will take office on May 15,
when President Louis Borno's term
expires. He will serve until legis-
ative elections can be held next
fall and the deputies and senators
n joint session can elect a presi-
lent.
After a brief talk in which Roy
ledged himself to carry out the
plans of the Hoover commission
and thanked President Borno for
his cooperation, he was taken for
a triumphal ride through the
treets.
Expect Few Changes
in 1930 Gridiron Rules
(Bv Associated Presl
NEW YORK, March 20.-Football,
1930 model, will be much the same
as the 1929 product with only a
few minor and technical changes
and no freak appurtances whatso-
ever, E. K. Hall, chairman of the
national rules committee, indicated

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