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VOL. XL. NO. 126

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 26. 1930

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE FIVE CENTS

LITERARY 3~~jQ~5IGeograPhical Society

LITE 90Y SENORSGeographical Society
Will Honor Eckener
VTE TO MAINTAIN'
CLASS CEREMOF'JI S
--a
Class Day, Senior Sing, Seniors
Banquet Will be Observed
in Traditional Form.
DECIDED BY CLOSE POLL
Complete Nominations of Class t
Day Officers and Posts
for Mock Election.
Class Day, Senior Sing, and Sen-
for Banquet will be observed in
Lrr~.. +~nri{-innrel nt~r 2- r f''tn i$.

'EDDIE' GUEST TO
ATTEND RAZZFEST
Famous Poet Accepts Invitation
to Gridiron Banquet.
Edgar A. Guest, staff poet of The
Detroit Free Press, has accepted an
invitation to attend Sigma Delta
Chi's annual gridiron banquet, to
be held Wednesday, April 9, in the
mains ball room of the Union, Ed-
ward L. Warner, Jr., general chair-
man of the banquet, announced
yesterday.
Mr. Guest is well known on the;
campus for a number of poems
which he hasacomposed in honor of
local personages and events. One
} of the most famous of this group
of poems is one dedicated to Neil
Snow, one time famous Varsity
football star.

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their trad1i~ional frmi by the i- He knows many of the "stories
eraky college class of 1930, it was i behind the stories" printed in
decided by a close vote at the class newspapers, and it is expected thatI
meeting held yesterday. The deci- this familiarity with current eventsj
sion to continue traditional class will enable him to add much to the
spirit of good-natured scandal-
ceremonies came only after heated mngin__hicmarkstherzzing
discssin, nd he dfea ofmo-monging which marks the razzing
discussion, and the defeat of mo-A at gridiron banquets.
tions to combine the ceremonies in Associted Press Photo Many other nationally known
a number of proposed 'ways. Dr. Hugo Eckener, men are expected to be present a~
Nomiatins or las Da of; .Commander of the Graf Zeppe-i the banquet. Gurney Williams, '31,'
nlin, will receive a National Geogra- contributor to Judge magazine,.has
fices and for mock election posts phic society gold medal commemo- 'been in communication with a"
were completed, and reports from rating the dirigible's recent flights, number of famous humor-writers.
a. numberdof committee chairmen - - Although he has not yet announc-
wrhr. ff ff AI ~ l ed what humorists have accepted
Election Method Uncertain. l Sigma Delta Chi's invitation, he
Election to all offices fo whic U said yesterday that the responses
Eomintions were adwil e on-hihso far received have been of such,
nominations were made will be con- ATat 1 eso n te stgrbanutfro theu-
ducted at either campus polls, or at s a nature as to guarantee the suc-
a future class meeting, according stnIito VhIuUmoIIrelti
to the choice of the committees. standpoint of humorous repartee.
concerned, Stanton W. Todd, Jr., gineer Will Discuss College
'class president, said last night. Enginer WiliDicussCollge
Harley G. Kline, chairman of the Honor Systems Here and ,U
Class Day committee, announced at Other Schools. H
late last night that a campus poll
will be taken within a few weeks to DISCUSSION IS INVITED hERE NEXI SUNDAY
determine the Class Day officers.:
No decision has yet been reached "o- e
by the mock election committee, "The Honor System-Here and
headed by Jones Shannon, as to the Elsewhere" will be the subject dis- Noted Pulpit Orator, Brother
exact method of election. cussed by Prof. A. D. Moore of the of Dr. Frank Crane, Will
Appointment of Ernest C. Reif as electrical engineering department Address Students.
permanent class secretary was an- at the fourth of the spring All-
nounced at the meeting. It will be OPENS SPRING SERVICES
his duty to maintain close rela- Campus Forums tomorrow after-
ionships an.ong the members of noon, in Alumni Memorial Hall. The Rev Henry H Crati, Meth-'
the ;class of ' ) as alumn, through Professor Moore, who has had odist pastor fro hScranton,Penn..
the publication of news letters, and charge of the administration of the andsbrother of the late journalist-
by other means.
Class Day Officers Nominated, honor system in the Engineering philosopher Dr. Frank Crane, will
Nominations for Class Day of- college for several years, will ex- open the spring series of Student
ficers are: plain the workings and ideals of council convocations at 11 o'clock,
Class orator: 'Harley B. Kline. the system. Because of his posi- next Sunday morning in Hill audi-
Howard Simon, Jones Shannon, and tion as Freshman advisor every torium.
Jack Wilcox. Class prophet.: men: year he explains to the Whereas Dr. Crane spread Chris-
Richard Cole, Donald J. Kline, and first year men what the honorSys- tian th'eology throughout the land
Ormand Drake; women: Margarettem attempts to do insofar as class by means of the press, it, is pointed
Babcock, Lorinda McAndrews, and and laboratory work is concerned out, his brother has espoused the
Dora Vandenberg. Class poet: lo a torre doctrines of Chrisiaty and cla-
Merle Ellsworth; Dorothy Goodrich'sentation of the subject, in whichifed problems of present day life!
and Virginia Houghton. Class his- he will.com are the sstem. atn h no less forcefully and lucidly from:r
torian: Robert Holmes, Harry Wal- Michigan wit systems used in dif- the various pulpits where he has
lace, and Bessie Egeland. Mihianwthsytmsusdni.df
Nominations were made for 161 ferent Eastern universities, Profes- spoken.s
mock elections osts, as follows: sor Moore will call for response in es
Most respected senior: Ernest C. the form of questions from the before enthusiastic student audi-
'Reif, StarnptonW.TodandGeorge audience. It is expected that he sences in many leading colleges and
Reif, Stanon.Best a earin Gmai will raise the question of whether universities throughout the coun-
h mos. Bst aperingman:dwil rais the uestiwond of wher- try, including Princeton, Cornell,
Charles J. Jose, Robert Holmes, and or not the system would be success- Ohio State, and Southern Califoir
Jones Shannon. Most attractive ful if attempted in the Literary nia. He is especially qualified to
girl: Lorinda McAndrews, Dora college of the University. address an undergraduate audi-
VnebrJane Webster. Class In view of Professor Moore's ex-;ades nudrgdatadi
athlete: Robert C. Chapman, Jos- Itensive studyof the results ob- ence, sponsors of the convocation{
eph Gembis, and Joseph Truskow- tained in other colleges, it is prob- state since his college career at
ski. Senior who has done the most able that he will be able to ans- singular success in various college
~or Michigan: Stanton W. Todd Jr, jwer any question that may be ad-
Donald J. Kline, Kenneth Lloyd, dressed him on the subject. Con- aiies adie is intere o-
and A. James Jordan,nJr.Msiderable discussion is expected at day lies chiefly with college prob-
SSenior who has done Michigan th eeigby teFrmcn lems.
for the most: George C. Tilley, nittee of the Student Christian fNumerous reports have come
'(Continued on Page 8) aoia tin from those who have heard Dr.
____ssociation._Crane, all of which agree that he
has a remarkable power of arous-
FR SH EBODY OF EIELSON ing his hearers to a high pitch of;
F || U BORNE TO DAKOTA interest.
C00RT PRemains of Arctic Flyer Reach W. W. Bishop Discusses
PRO IUU I' NnH A ft y reT i Ert F l- H borwpinPrinftin

OPPOSITION SEEN P
Fai to Express Op nion.
THETN RETOfficers o Labor Fdrtion AOIY FFCLT O TNE S
(IBy Associted Prea 2 J H T F F9 U 1 O T N E
OF FE ERAL OARD WASHINGTON, March 25-Signs
of opposition to confirmation of
Governor Believes Police Power Judge John J. Parker of North1
Can Not be Subjected to Carolina, as a member of the Su-
Limitation. preme Court develped in the Sen- Second Day of Voting Wet, M o i s t Faculty
ate today with representatives of Increases Poll Members L e a d
ORDERS STATION BUILT, organized labor making a study of byr1s4s0.embrsto e a0
ORER SATON BU L hs decisions. Iby 1,450. I260 to 205.
Officers of the American Feder-.-
States Broadcasting WilltProve ation of Labor stated that they had CHECK RESULTS TODAY ONTARIO PLAN POPULAR
Efficient Way to Catch reached no conclusion on their at- g
Bandits and Gunmen- titude toward the nominee pending Greatest Coverage Is Obtained Strict Enforcement Is Favored
judge of the Federal Circuit.Courtl from Medical College; by 198; Total Repeal Is
(fl Asociated Pres) of Appeals.9e
LANSING, March 25.-With both However, representatives of la -2gme t.gty7
sides resting on promise to arrest bor did call today at the Capitol to
each other, Governor Green today' direct attention of members of the With 1,450 vohs cast yesterday, Moist and wet faculty members
added another challenge to the judiciary committee to a decision the total number of cast votes at were 60 votes aheau of the dry and
authorities of the Federal Radio 1 by Parker in a case involving the ! the end of The Daily's two-day pro- arid members last night with more
Commission. The Commission pre- United Mine Workers. hibition poll reached 5,010, includ- than half of the ballots returned
viously announcd that anyone- ing both men and women of all in The Daily's post-card poll of
starting to build a State Police ra- I[f schools, it was determined last faculty prohibition sentiment.
airested, an nthe overno return- night at the conclusion of the Among the drys there was almost
ed a threat to arrest anyone for at- count. Deducting 21 ballots which unanimous agreement that some
tempts to interfere with construc- [ Dwere thrown out because of inac- change of enforcement policy is
Lion. [I N U curacy and ambiguities, the grand needed, only favoring the present
The executive issued a statement ____ total reached 4,989 votes. prohibition situation as against
saying, the Commission has shown I
a disposition to oppose Michigan's Beating of Stop Rule on Shift Literary College Has Largest 'Vote 198 who voted for strict enforce-
petition for a wave channel but Plays and Wearing of Same The literary college led with a to- ment.
that the State nevertheless intends a n Weaig o Stal of 3,082, of which number 825 The moist vote-those in favor
tathSttneeteesitnsUniforms Abolished. A oefrIf oiiain
to go ahead. The Governor as-n s were cast by women; the College Jf some form of modification-
cribes the state police power as 'of Engineering and Architecture plan with 177Ontario's liquor nst 6l
sovereign and not subject to limi- NEW OFFICIALS ADDED came next with 661 men and 5 wo- ih 7s t oter as against i,
tation - ho , chose the other alternative.
"Will Not Be Controlled" fAy ^a Premen voters; and the Medical school 'other modification proposals."
"If the Radio Commission be- NEW YORK, March 25.-Finding contributed the third largest num- Seventy-eight wets voted for total
lieves that it is more important that some teams last fall were beat- ber with a total of 523, of which 45 repeal of liquor legislation,
that the ether be filled with jazz ing the stop rule on shift plays and represented the women. Law stu_ The tabulation now stands:
music and advertising, than that r - dents cast 392 ballots, 11 of which Present prohibition situation 7
~same color as the ball to trickPrenprhbtn tuin7
the criminal be apprehended and opponents, the National Football were women's, and the School of Srict
opponnts, he Ntiona Fooball rictenforcement,... ,.....191
punished, that is the Commission's rules committee announced definit Business Administration yielded 75 Ontario liquor control plan. 117
privilege. But we do not think that action to curb these practice: rotes by the men and 7 by women. O t h e r modification pro-
way, and we are not going to be These were the most important re- he men's total for the entire cam- posals.................65
influenced or controlled by any suts of the annual session of rule ?us reached 4,059, and the women's Total repeal of liquor legis-
one that does," the statement as- makers for 1930. )02 lation.................78
serted. Instead of approximately one sec- How Michigan students voted, Some Drys Doubtful.
'The State of Michigan is not en-: ond, the stop period on shift plays and how students from 20 other Many of the drys indicated their
ngaging in a controversy with the was changed to "a period of at =olleges and universities throughout positions by voting in favor of
Federal Radio commission. It is at least one second." "he country voted on the questions both the present prohibition situ-
simply ass in. a fundgmental .The count roughly leasuring isted on the ballots, will be reveal- : ation and strict en orcent, but
inciple of Amneiican government this moment of pause was increas-g d tomorrow morngafter all 'a} a few stated' thitthey were in
and if the radio commission gets in; ed from four to six, and the referee ilations have been checked and re- f favor of either strict enforcement
the way, that is the commission's was empowered to carry a spli eased for national publication- or some form of modification. One
fault, not ours. - second watch to assure himself Medical School has Best Coverage man appended, "Of course strict
"The police power has been re- that the rule is being obeyed. The votes taken at the Hospital I enforcement of all laws," but modi-
served to the several states, it is Four pairs of eyes instead of from medical students represents fication of liquor legislation "until
not subject to any limitation but is one or two will be on constant look- he greatest coverage of all schoolsdisability of strict
a sovereign power. In exercising out for any and all violations of >n the campus, the total of 523 in- enforcement or enforceability can
its duty of protecting its citizens: the rules next year, under a prov- iluding about 65 per cent of the be raised in public discussion."
from bandits and gunmen, the ision giving the referee, umpire. 'tire Medical school. The Law In the same vein another dry
state of Michigan has found field judge and linesman "concur- >chool ranked second, with a coy- voter characterized the present
through the experience of the city rent" jurisdiction over all fouls. 'rage of about 60 per cent Forty- prohibition situation as "intoler-
of Detroit, that there is no more Under the old code there were ave nurses cast the greatest num- able" and favored "strict enforce-
efficient way of apprehending certain fouls which the referee was mnofe alos, the next lath- mrit of the law as is until we can
criminals than by use of radio. to look out for and others forearrive at a reasonable modification
Legislature Provided Funds. which one of his fellow officials s numbe beihe awsots cast by without a saloon." An "ex-service
"The legislature of Michigan pro- was solely responsible. Toe injthe La shol. man" voted for "strict enforcement
vided funds for a State Police. The referee will act as the final Te moriy o be resolved while the law lasts," and then the
broadcasting station through judge should any conflict of testi- recording to members of the elec-'; Ontario plan. He lamented the fact
which all scout cars patroling the mony or opinion arise. ion board who supervised the that he "didn't get a chance to
highway can be notified instantly Deploring unsportsmanlike ten- ount at The Daily offices last vote yes or no when the prohibition
upon the discovery of crime. In dencies as represented by the use night. law was passed, -because U. S.
the interest of comity, we asked the of camouflage in designing uni- - troops abroad are disfranchised."
Fedea Coto n a forms, the committee adopted P.n1 Another dry declared "prohibi-
Federal tommission t assigThe resolution which deprecates the L tion should be given a tria over a
comimission indicated that itwould use of head protectors, jerseys or .U "uH long period of years in my mind",
get no wave length." attachments which are so similar 'and many were at pains to em-
gen______ng_.in color to the ball that they give fl 'phasize their demand for strict en-
the wearer an unfair advantage fIforcement. Several took exception
Uover the opponent. __ the dry vote's being split be-
-- - --- - I- --- 'tween those who favor the present
Stock Company to Play Cast Will Render Popular Hits prohibition situation and those
10 BRDGE "who favor strict enforcement.
BWINNER Farce in Current Bill From PState Street' rohibitiontCalled Names
Saturday Night. ' The wets, on the whole, took a
"The Family Upstairs," Harry 'more militant attitude, many of
Union Tournament Will Begin; Delf's New York success, is being Music from the 1930 Junior Girls' them'using the blank space on
presented this week at the Whit- ?lay will comprise the greater part their ballots to castigate prohibi-
Monday With 55 Pairs ney theatre by the Myrtyl Ross of the regular weekly campus pro- tion. One who favored modifica-
Contesting. Players. This domestic comedy ;ram to be broadcast at 8 o'clock 'tion, called prohibition "pernici-
ran for a year and a half when it Saturday night through WJR, ac- ous, ludicious, and futile." A non-
With more than 55 pairs already opened on Broadway. ^cording to Prof. Waldo Abbot, of drinker who favored "state or local
entered in the Union's all-campus Tickets for the night perform- the rhetoric department, director option," declared the present pro-

bridge tournament, registration ances, given Wednesday and Sat- )f the Morris hall studio. hibition situation "a disgrace" and
will continue at the ma ndesk m urday, are priced at 50 cents. "What Am I Waiting For?" will strict enforcement "impossible."
the Union lobby today and tomor- )esung by Helen Carrm, "Sweet Another moist member of the fac-
i'ow. Play will begin next Monday, !Aohrmitmme ftefc
Storm Halts Women's and Lowbrow" will -be presented by ulty held the present situation a
according to Kenneth M. Lloyd, Ruth Bishop and Josselyn Mc- "menace to society."
'32L, president of the Union. Mid-South Golf Meet Clean, and several other of the Still another voter characterized
A large silver loving cup will be more popular numbers will be the present situation as "terrible,"
presented to each man in the wil- ( T AssEcRNIed PrS., hbroadcast by those who sang them voted "never on strict enforcement,
ng pair while the runners-up will SOUTHERN PINES, N. C., March in "State Street." The original believed the Ontario plan a "poor
each receive a smaller cup. 125. - A cold wind swept storm orchestra, under the direction of solution, and total repal "too
The rules which will be followed which claimed among its victims Bob Carson, will provide the ac- radical." He voted for "other modi-
will be those of the New York more than half the field, caused companiment for both the soloists cation proposals" and compliment-
Whist club. A copy of these will be tournament officials of the Mid- anient for bs to p als" an int-
on file at the desk. All games will South Women's championship here IednThaitakirobtrm
bplayed in the lobbyo lyr ilt aepotn ftdyssoe In addition, the balcony scene in such a vital problem.
be plae ntelby. Players will to make posting of today's scoresj from 'Romeo and Juliet" will be Several "hoists" Undecided.
use cards furnished by the Union optional. Players who desired could frometeR mea Je texli:iTbe ever s" Uneded.-
and will be required to deposit at play their second round over to- presented by members of the Play Three voters preferred the Que-
least two membership cards in morrow with the finals slated for' Productio clannss.c lh etirero-lOntaior cwhentro n thofhatouf
order to obtain them. 'Thursday. ' lu
Ab ilt tw- thir d fhe rf th c nte ygram. .purchasable daily is limited and

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"150 First Year Lawyers End HATTO e ^-ssoca P,'esM Speaking on "Early Hebrew
Preparation of Briefs and a HATTON, N. D.. March 25.-Home Printing," William W. Bishop, li-
Arg entsa brarian of the University, discussed
Argurnents. he met death in an. airplane crash general and specific fields in the
last November 9, the body of Carl history of printing at a lecture yes-
With the completion of the hear- Ben Eielson, flying pioneer of the terday evening conducted at and
ings of the final cases in the fresh- Arctic, came back to Hatton, to- under the auspices of the Hillel
man divisions of the Case clubs of night to he buried tomorrow in a Foundation. The review briefly
the Law School, practice in court grave beside that of his mother. covered important events in He-
procedure for more than 150 fresh- Lying under two American flags brew printing from 1475 to the
man lawyers was brought to a close and amid a profusion of flowers, present day, and emphasized the
Monday after more than five I Eielson's body, attended by a detail important contributions made by
months of preparation of briefs of North Dakota National Guards- the Soncino family in northern
and arguments.- men, completed the several weeksKItaly.
All first-year competition was journey from the North at 5:30
intraclub. The winners in the p.im. today.
Holmes club were E. A. Gomberg, ' Only three stops were made in I Chicago Hit by Wind
'and L. G. VanBlargon; Story club, the State by the train that brought Storm from Northeast
Paul Kern and H. G. Capron; Kent, the funeral car from Seattle.

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club, C' 0. Benedict and H. V. Pot-
ter; Marshall club, F. E. Wolff and
Howard Simon.
The judges for the final hearing
in each club was in every case, the
senior adviser of another club.
The judges were: Holmes, William
H. Stockwell; Story, Thomas V.
Kovkka: Kent. Robert J. Clen-

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mey were at vvunt , inuot, and lily AiciaPred e, DU o -irao ieUns i w.""'
Devil's Lake. At eath point, crowds! CHICAGO, March 25.- High 'scheduled for the first round and a where consunmon is resetred to
had assembled to pay a silent winds and drifting snow today held few in the second round in the ieSeCommunists ,Perry Fellows Will the home. One preferred the
tribute to the man who died with transportation almost at a stand- ping-pong tournament have been Fire American Ship Swedish system of liquor control,
his mechanic, Earl Borland. still, hampered communication, completed. Participants will be (By Associated Pre SiG e Talk Tomorrow:and another left his choice be-
-caused numerous accidents and was notified by post card when their SHANGHAI March 25. - The M Perry A. Fl s ty tween the Ontario, Finnish, 1
Russian Operatic Star held directly responsible for at least' next match will be ready to be American Yangtse rapids steamer 11er' Detroit, will give a talk at Swedish systems.
two deaths. played. Ifung was fired upon late Monday 7:45 o'clock Thursday night, in the Several of the moists and wets
Becomes Seriously Ill The storm swept out of the - ---- -- -by Communists waving red flags we nain ineb u ing. "T_ were undecided between the On-

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