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VOL. XL. NO. 123






LONDON, March 21.-As the
naval conferenee passed its six-
tieth day, both the French and PERIO DOF LL:NESS
Italian delegations although still
deadlocked over parity authorized Professor Claude H. Van Tne
statements showing that neither is Passes Away; Operations
ready to quit the fight.rA
Conference forces are scatteredPrvoNo ai
fine fnm CtTomacPn~o l n d r >r


' Michigan, Princeton, Illinois,
and Harvard Are Included
in Coming Dry Poll.

(Sample balot)
Do you drink:


W ins


;,._ (l," t-icmnll r( prospects of changes in the situa- ":. a
Effort Will be Made to Record "Ei l tion over the week end are slight. Professor Boak Tells of Noted
br ~bntmn~c'aflI1~But Prime Minister MacDonald
Campus Opinion Concerning rHistorian's Valuable Work
Cmu Opno Cncrigof Great Britain waits at Chequers, ;! "' ' '
Legislative Proposals. No ever hopeful that either the Ital- in History Department.
If you do not drink, ians or the French will present new -
Dispatches from the Harvard indicate principal reason: proposals which will hurry Premier Prof. Claude Halstead Van Tyne,
rimson, undergraduate daily, state 1. Legal restriction Q Tardieu of France back to London former head of the history depart-
that 10 universities have definitely 2. Family tomorrow night for the conference ment and professor of American
signifled their intention of co-op- 3. Taste with Mr. MacDonald Sunday. history, died at his home in Ann
erating in a campus prohibition 4. Finances WtMr. MacDonald is displaying great Arbor at 11:15 o'c'ock yesterday
poll next Monday and Tuesday, Do you favor: patience to enable Fance and Italy noon. The eminent historian's
and that arrangements are pend- Present prohibition to reach some basis of agreement. death came as a result of protract-
situation Q-mn ed illness lasting over a year. Seri-
universities are Michigan, Illinois, Stc repeal of liquor ous character of illness did not Prof, Claude I. Van Tyne,
Harvard, Princeton, Dartmouth, legislation n ! make itself evident until last au- Historian and professor ot
Pittsburgh, Brown, Cornell, Wash- Ontario liquor control tumn; since January he nas been American history in the history de-
itnband Bron, nd Hart plan confined to his house and bed. Op- partment, who passed away late
ollge.nn Reulerom these Har- Other modification reration was attempted. but produc- yesterday morning following a
p College. .Results from here pam-roposals U i L i ed little change in conditions. He
puses will be wired to Cambridge prop was in his sixty-first year. prolonged and serious illness.
IWednesday morning and releasea~
to all morning papers Thursday. -Wisconsin Natators Prove Easy Deceased Widely Mourned.
to al moningpaprs Tursdy. The decease of Professor Van
TYale, Williams, and several ther Prey For Flashy Wolverine Tyne has caused University. offi- + r'n
colleges have already polled their Tank Combination. cials and student body to mournI
cgmpuses on prohibition. Yale' I the passing of a great man and
poll disclosed the fact that 71 per MARK teacher. Dr. Alexander Grant
cent of the students drink, and GOLDSMITH SETS Ruthven, President of the Uver
that 85 per cent of the student l L By C Kn sity, in expressing the attitude of IL -I
bodtt p fTaking every first and second the community, declared, "The
legislation. Of 2,648 students who, plce in the meet last night, theUniversity has lost a great man; Honorary Class Day Officials
voted, 1874 drink, and 852 drink English Instructor and American ce one who was lways a wise counh t
Michigan swimming team success- one whok wasle Wiway abis cn-
frequently or once a fortnight as Literature Authority selor, an honorable judoe, a learnedd Moc Tesd i
agis;02wodik cain uhrt fully concluded its 1930 schedule by teacher, a sympathetic colleague, Chsn usdy
against 1022 who drmk occasion- Dies Suddenly. overwhelming Wisconsin, 62-13. and a loyal servant of the Univer-b
ally. The Wolverine natators were at no
Williams 'Shows Results. : time hard pressed for first honors, sity and state. TO DECIDE TRADITIONS
Of 606 students who voted in the PLAN FUNERAL SUNDAY and by the end of the contest had USince first coming in 1903 to the .
Williams poll, 458 declared prohi- # piled up the largest score made by University history department, Pro- Nommation of literary college
bition a complete failure, 352 f a-, Thomas E. Casady, instructor in aytminheBgTnhssa-fessor Van Tyne has been largely: onnto fltrr olg
d gomnet sale of i - th sh ea e, dud nany team in the Big Ten this sea- responsible for its growth in size seniors for mock election titles and
vopedg n sort nptand reputation. Speaking of his for honorory Class Day officers
101 favored light wines and beer, denly from a heart attack at 4:30 The outstanding perfwork in the field of history in- be h ade a t m i of t
65 favored total repeal ,and 82 were Friday morning in his home on were in the 200 yard relay and the swrk, in, fi Arthr . Bill be made at the meeting of the
opposed to any change. Three . b 200 yard breast stroke events. acin Prof the history depart- class to be held at 4 o'clock Tues-
hundred and ninety-four, or about l tife and an infant daughter. ! Coach Matt Mann s quaitet, hold- ment, stated that "He fndamen day afternoon in room 25, Ang4ll
two-hird, admitted they wer e in Ile wvas apparently intebsors of the world's rhecr for the 160n, sae ht"efnae-dyatroni om2,Agl
two-thirds, dring. f Hea apadet in the best yard relay, tied the national inter- tally aided and strengthened the hall, Stanton W. Todd, Jr., clas: I
the habit of drinkig. of health and had met his classes collegiate mark of 1:34.8 held by history department through a long president, said yesterday.
The form of the ballot which " n T A)tltugh., but. 28 ate Gold ilth, veteran Michigan 'period of constant and untiring lA ysd
bor Hiae Goldsmiph, hasra bee ofre A capacity crowd is expected far
will be used hiege has reel) retain- years of age, he had already attain- hnraua bor. His 'example has been of tre-
ed as announced Thursday morn- ed his otge'h degree and was a star, bettered his own Intramural mendous benefit both towarcd the occasion, at which it will also
ed~oo asor anouce Thursday morn eden hin doto' degre andewasha"
ing. It will ask the question "Do full time instructor. . record t aching- and research. be decided whether the class of
you drink?" and require the voter . Casady was recognized as a young ina2:38.6. Hosmer took first Ability was Recognized. 1930 is to continue the traditionai
;Walker andHomroo fis130itocniuth adinP
who drinks to indicate whether he man of considerable talent. His and second honors in the 50 yard Professor Van Tyne was recog-
indulges "occasionally" or "fre- specialty was 'American literature sprint, with Walaitis and Smith du- ;ized as a preeminent authority in class ceremonial functions, incd-
quently" (on the average of once and his best work was a book on prting his feat in the century his chosen field of American his- ng Class Day and Senior Sin', as
every two weeks). Those who do Moses Coit Tyler, formerly profes- e p tyd iiy won the tory. His latest publication was o ,n as
not drink will answer "no" to the sor of English at Michigan and fr sty m, Lad Bsly won the the second of an intended four- tys wh etbe ord in hags
aboe qestonandwil begivn ellknon lterry ritc. s yt,440 yard swim, and Boldt took the volume history of "T1he War of In- Years, or whether radical changc.
above question, and will be given well-known literary critic. As yet, 150 yard back stroke. Raike was ( y
an opportunity to indicate the this volume has not been published diving dependence. The work was ac- will be made, with the possible ex-
picipal reason for their not but it is an authorative biography while Valentine, Goldsmith, and claimed by critics to be one of the inction of one or more of the va-
posberaosand critique of the mnadhsfinest writings from the pen of an>t
drinking. Four pssible reasons his Smith won the medley relay for Amesinhistoi t unusu ; rious ceremonies.
are suggested on the ballot: "legali work, and was the basis on which the Maize and Blue. The two !Aerin istha is nsu al Bus chemoni
rsrcin"pesnltse"fi-Casady's doctor's degree was ~taswr ceue oegg nvalue lying in the disclosure of the But the nominations are expect-
restriction," "personal taste," fam- says:s ge a teams were scheduled to engage inHeyCinnadLrdGrg dtpreahghgh f he
h l," and "finances." awarded. . a water polo game following the!Henry Clinton and 'Lord Georgeclt rv hglgto m
y Casady's home was in Moline, Illi- Germain papers. Others of his meeting. The committee in chargt
Casady' home wevsins inMlnI meet, but it vwas forfeited to Mich-, noe publictions ine additione tochr
to ;fe MayRvsosnois, and he graduated from Michi- 'bcuentdpbiaini diint
An effort will also be made toia, n h is hl eas
A eort c sentigma to an in 1925. For the next year, he iin1 the first half ticles and monographs, in- including Harley Kline, Jack Wil-
record the campus sentiment as to was an instructor in the English de- of unsportsmanlike pay o t dude "The American Revolution," cox and Joe Nairin, has tentatively
advisable changes in the presen' partment of the University of sconsie "The Causes of the War of Inde 'chosen the following mock election
prohibition legislation. Students patmn ofmris these Unierit offat f hoWscnintem
Iowa, and then returned to Michi-' 200 yard relay--Michigan, first, endence," and "The Loyalists and officers: most respected senior, best
will be given an opportunity to in- gan where he was awarded his 1 ( s the American Revolution.
dicate their choice as between the master's degree in 1927 and his doc- (Walker, Walaitis, Smith, Hosmer); senior most likely to suceed, hand-
p r e s e n t prohibition situation, ter's degree in 1929. While in col- 9 Wicnn so cDavis, ChThokr Lan-') ; time 1:34.8. somest man, most beautiful girl,
strict enforcement, the Ontario lege, he was a member of the Delta en Chizek ,ae); ste 1:34.8. Alass dunce, cass athlete, mst
liquor control plan, other modifica- Tau Delta fraternity and, at the 200 (r brst stroe (- Gol- 'LIula gurc, masthl, most
Lion proposals, or total repeal of time of his death, was alumni ad- smith (M), first; Miller :M), see- popular girl, most popular man,
all liquor legislation. visornd; Meyer (W), third; time 2:38g6, I sho SenTor who has done the most for
Numerous suggested additions to There will be a short service at 50 yard free style-Walker Mihianth sniIUri wohs ni
the ballot as announced have been 2 o'clock Sunday in the Dolph first; Hosmer (M) second; Chizek Michigan, the senior who has done
consere alo as anonedthrave beend funeral chapel. Following this, the (W), third; time, 24.6. Michigan for the most, most lov-
cons der yan theedte as se r body will be send to South Haven, 440 yard free style-Ladd (M). Traditional Crease Party Held ng man, most loving girl.
ing only to complicate the voting 'Michigan, for interment. first; McCaffree (M), second' in Attractively Decorated hiey hemos ein nt r.h
without adding to the non-paitt1W - - sey (W), third; time 5:30.2.in tratvyjeotu chflhmrus nntrth
character of the poll or furnisl.2Nomination of Parker 150 yard back stroke-Boldt (M), Lawyers Club. Class Day officers bring great hon-
valuable information. sfirst; Valentine (M), second; Thom- or to their holders, class officials;
.n Forwarded by Hoover sen (W), third; time, 1:47.4. While the youngest class in the said. Nominations will be made
Rare Judgment Shown. ow re yH oe e Wtid ie :74
necrrespdent s . ,e 100 yard free style-Walaitis (M) ;University was holding its Frolic at the meeting for the following
One correspondent suggested th e es first; Smith (M), second; Lange last night in the Union ball room, Class Day officers: class orator
further division of drinkers e to d WASHINGTON, March 21.-The (W), third; time 54.8. the senior law class staged its final )four men to be nominated), class
Classh sug ks thatelth nominatien of Judge John J. Par- Fancy diving-Raike (M), first; dance, the 26th edition of the prophets (three men and three
another suggested that healtIo ker of North Carolina to be asso- Grimshaw (M), second; Goldsmith classic Crease dance, in the Law- girls to be nominated) class poet
eficiency" be assigned as a reason ciate justice of the 'Supreme (M), second; Hayward (W), third. yers' club, with more than 125 con- (three girls to be nominated), class
for not drinking. Other SuggeSte( Court succeeding the late Edward 300 yard medley relay-Michigan ples ahtendith r'istorian (three persons to be
reasons for not drinking included T Sanford, of Tennessee, was for (Valentine Goldsmith, Smith), Leading the grand march was nominated, either men or girls).
"common ses, gnrlprincz- IT afro ensewsfr Vlnie odmtSih Harvey J. Gunderson. general Elcin oalteofcs f
ommo nd sense," "general pnogh- warded to the Senate today by first; Wisconsin (Hall, Perry, Erm- chairman, with Miss Madelon V. Elections to all the offices for
President Hoover. i ence), second; time, 3:19. which nominations will be made
to look up a bootlegger. ___ '-_ . ..---_. __..-------- The Crease Paper" an illus- will be conducted through the
Several communications advised'!A p h raePpr nxis
amending the ballotctin lude at.trated scandal sheet, laying bare mails. Ballots will be mailed to all:
Guest of Honor atoAnnual Gridiron Razz ecre ers the literary college seniors.
CeasonshosenrMergBad nuck and faculty of the Law school, wdso Class Day officers will be an-
respondent offered tentatively "F rest Will be Chosen by Mere Bad Luck i bued by newsb ounced in The Daily. Mock elec-
legiateness," 'temporary pleasure, "Seymour Simons' orchestra, of Lions results will be made public
and "family tradition." , Detroit, with Mike Falk directing, at the class banquet.
and'fmiy raiton" _____________ LuyL~t~~ il UL~ll1I~~WiI~ ges. nda woninofunihe

DETROIT, March 21.--Ann Ar-
bor's state high school basket-
ball championship hopes were
sent into reverse here tonight
when Detroit Northern's title-
bound cage clan chalked up, a
decisive 30-16 win to gain the
final round of the state tournev

Professor Hilka, of Gottinghen
University, Lectures on
Carmina Burana.'
Thirty-Fifth Annual Session to
End Today With Six
Section Meetings.

A 24-4 lead at half-time proved "Songs celebrating drinking and
moretha suficent o sem he ice-playing compose in the main
more than sufficient to stem the 'the Carmina Burana,'" stated
tide of Ann Arbor's last half ef Prof. Alfons Hilka, professor of
forts. Kalamazoo gained the romance philology at the Univer-
right to contest Northern inathe sity of Gottingen, in a lecture on
f inals by upsetting Saginaw "Te Wneig Shlrn
Arthur Hill 24-21 in a seesaw The Wandering Scholars and
batle. Medieval Latin Songs" at the meet-
baienlg of the Michigan Academy of
Science, Arts and Letters yesterday.
"They were composed by university
students, graduates, and professors
in the early 12th and 13th cen-
"The universities of that period,"
ON 91H SM HO Ihe continued, developed what
miht be known as an 'educated
-- proletariat.' These students wan-
Miller White and Powers Speak; dered through Europe, drinking,
gambling, and begging alms. The
Midnight Sons Present songs they wrote gave excellent pic-
Music Program. tures of their lives and emotions.
Since the universities were interna-
PARIS GUN IS DISCUSSED tional in character, so were the
songs, and the same compositions
Tonight's campus radix progranm were heard in the universities at
will be featured by three talks to be Bologna, Paris, Prague, London and
given by Col. Henry W. Miller of Leipzig. Translations and adaptions
the engineering college; Prof. Al- are still sung in Germany today.
bert E. White, director of the engi- Traces Long History
neering research department, and "The Carmina Burana were found
Justin L. Powers of the College of in a monastary by the librarian of
?harmacy. The Midnight Son's the royal Munich library in 1803.
'i'artette will present a musical Although not much of a Latin
pro)ram to round out the one hour scholar, he translated them, and
progr"m which will be broadcast, published them in 1849. As well as
from t. "-,Morris hall studio through j the students' drinking songs, they
WJR, Detroit. contained love lyrics, and moral
.Colonel Miller is the author of and satirical poems. The drinking
"The Paris Gun," the recently re- songs were the ones originally writ-
leased book which has caused much w ten by the scholars, and the others
comment all over' the country. Over ! were written by clericals, and pa-
mhe radio Colonel Miller will give terned after the scholars' songs.
a brief history of this gun and will "The moral and satirical songs,"
-scribe the initial hiring of it as continued Professor Hilka, "were di-
derformed by the Germans during rected mainly against the nobility
he war. and the church. They did not want
Prfessor wto attack that institution, but
Professor White will discuss the wanted to better it. The collection
new stainless steel now being usedwansedcon t .s e codpectin
by the Ford Motor company on all also contains some bad parodies
exposed metal parts. As professor on holy songs and liturgies, among
of metallurgical engineering, Pro- them a 'Mass for Dice Players'.
essor White is well qualified to Collection is in Cambridge
considr Whisneweve t "The only other known collec-
onsider this new development 1in nexists at Cambridge. However,
tohich is considered superior even it is 200 years older, and is not as
to the recent process of chromium- polished and fine as that at Munich,
plating. s The latter is unsurpassed in rhyme
Powers will give a talk concern- artifices and technique.
ing the filling of prescriptions for:"Theiede hiit'o luded
the Health Service. This prescript- Professoreika spiris flourshing
onal laboratory is said to be one now.hat period is " longericalled
of the largest and most completely
equipped in the country, and ful- f 'ithdarkage. Latin is the language
fills a practical and educational: of poetry. I am now preparing a
need. pfour volume 'work on the Carmina,
need. whicl will give not only the orig-
inal songs as discovered by the
the accompanist for the quartette Munich librarian, but also different
which is composed of Sidney Mditiranasodffr -
Straight, Spec. SM; "Rolly" Catch- Iaeitions, translations, and va-
pole, '30; William Greiner, '31, and atorns of all compositions, as well
JohnWhit, Gad. asan explanation of the metrical
John White, Grad.' p ram 'onforms." He then read to the audi-
The twenty - fourth progamo enec some of the poems, both in
this years series will go on the air L ti dnge f h .
at t o'clock and will be directed andL a Elis
annonce as sua byProf Wado' Kamm Delivers Address
anbot fthe rhetorc bdePrtment. d Besides the regular section meet-
Abbt o te retricdepi nnet ing's, the annual banquet of the
_______Academy was held yesterday in the
Popular Comedies Will; Michigan League building. Dr.
Feature Theatre Bill Oliver Kamn, president of the
Academy, at that time gave the.
presidential address, "A Theory of
'Several weeks of stock company I Circulation, Explaining on a Hor-
repertoire are scheduled for the monic Basis Certain Relationships
Whitney theater with the presenta- Between the Blood, Lymph, and In-
tions of the Myrtle Ross Players, tracellular Fluid." Dr. Kamm is re-
"Meet The Wife," a comedy of search director of the Parke Davis
polite society by Lynn Starling, is company of Detroit, and two years
being presented now and will con- won the prize offered by the Amer-
tinue through tomorrow night. This ican Association for Advancement
production was played in New of Science for his achievements in
York for a year with Miss Mary ' research..
Boland in the starring role. Miss --
Myrtle Ross is playing the role Six section meetings, and a bus-
taken by Miss Boland. iness meeting will bring to a close
Beginning next week, the Play- today the 35th annual meeting of
ers will present "The Family Up- ,the Michigan Academy of Science,
stairs," a domestic comedy which Arts and Letters, which opened
ran a year and a half on Broadway. Thursday. All of today's meetings,
~Jexcept the business session, will be
But Young Men's open Bto the public.
Bu Bonner Will Speak
C sWk Prof. Campbell Bonner, of the
Coats And Wool Socks Greek department, will talk on
"Some Ancient Talismans' and
in the manner generally associat- Amulets." at the meeting of the
ed with spring. Rather, it contin.n Ilanguage section in room 2031 of
es to look browner and more atn Angell Hall at 9 o'clock this morn-
--_..in. Other sections meeting at the

every clay as the Building and t -
Grounds department continues to same time are botany, room 2003
Gr es oi-rte n wlihtines to Natural Science building, forestry,
dig trenches for the new lighting room 2116 Natural Science building,
system. Any bold blade of grass mathematics, room 1035 Angell Hall,
that bravely attempts to push its' and zoology, room 2116, Natural
way to the surface is promptly Science building.
squelched by this frenzied activity There will be a luncheon for the
to banish campus shadows. ' members of the mathematics sec-


Lady Luckcwioredinly aeftmraellwthenvi-
Sbe the honor guest at Sigma and a two-piano team furnished
prof. Leidy NaeltaCs annual griron b the music. Supper was served ring Arrives in Town,
Ord f C f to be held April 9 in the Union ball tations have been addressed and about midnight in the refectory. p g ,
Men to Ordr of of!room, it was decided at a special sealed, they will be shuffled and -- Fancies Turn to Fur
meetipg of the committee yester- a single envelope picked out of the -
Elections to the Order of Coif, day afternoon. pile by Pierce Rosenberg, '30, treas- O ur \\ 1 f cA-an
senior honorary legal society, were i The honor guest, it was announc- urer of Sigma Delta Chi. This en- .. .IYesterday the sun shone in all its
announced yesterday by Prof. Paul ed in yesterday's Daily, will be the velope will be opened, numbered s'lory and officially ushered in the
A Leidy of the Law School person who receives invitation j 351, and re-sealed. eason laughingly called spring.,
Members of the last class of 1930 Number 351, which is to be the last The recipient will be the official s Thermometers seems unaware of
are W. C. invitation mailed. guest of honor at the gridiron ban- - the event and sulked th '
who have b chosex When the banquet committee quet and will receive a special fa- the day, refusing to come up out
'Sauer, N. C. Bowersox, Jacob Clay- - tedy rfsnro oeu u
mBar .ice Gross, . L. Hackbert, met yesterday to choose the person vor in token of his position. of the 30's.
,sto be honored with invitation num- Indentity of the holder of ticket'o Young men's fancies turned not
Thomas V. Koykka, Hyman Krans- ber 351, much difficulty was en- number 351 will not be revealed ."- o toughmes ofanes-turned not
berg, . S. Langford, . R. Latty, countered in an attempt to select a until the banquet itself, since it is o th usofl- thignt
E. H. Moyer, W. P. North, V. A.: nt will orerthan usual-but to tnougts
..,r-A, A Aa _f- !1sngle person from all those nom- ;felt that the announcementwi 1_ (By A ,roted Pres) i of reefers and perhaps a new sup-


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