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VOL XL. NO. 135





TA~Election of Class Day ofcesby
AhI~flll;members of the senior class of the
I 6901nesday afternoon between 1 and 5;
Detroiter Gives 1250 Acre Tract John J. Raskob Gives Testimony b locat i ne p all, the o Resolution is Approved Second1
to University for Outdoor Concerning Large Personal men's League building, and in front Time in Ten Years; First
Museum Research. Donations Since 1925. of the Main library building at the Introduced by Norris.
center of the diagonal. Harley B.
APPROVE LARGE BUDGET QUIKline, chairman of the Class Day
Officers will be elected to five po- -
Appropriations Show Increase Robinson to Call Daniels; Other sitions: class orator, class historian, Senator Vandenburg Attempts
of $200,000 Over Expenses Witnesses May Include Both class prophetess, classtprophet, and Abrogation of Provision
ofLs er.I SatnIn urn class poet. The orator is to be a Aboaino rvso
of Last Year. {tayton and Curran. man, the poet a woman, the his- for State Payments.
______torian either a man or woman..One__
Gift of a 1,250-acre tract of land Irving Valentine, '31E. (Ty Associated Press) ;-man and one woman will be elected (By Associated Press)
to the University by Edwin S. Of Erie, Penn., who was elected WASHINGTON, April 4.-To the to the prophet posts. WASHINGTON, April 4. Once
George of Detroit was announced Nominations for the various po- I Wp
tyetry'metg fteBrdcaptain of the Varsity swimming accompaniment of savage exchan- iin r sflos s r- more the Senate today voted to
of Regents The land is located team for the 1930-31 season at a ges between members of the Senate tor: Howard Simon, Jas oA turn over the government's $150,- _
ofein Regets.hhellndtieloatedtor:HowadlSionJackson A 00,0 irt. ndpwrpoet
about 20 miles west of Ann Arbor, meetig of the lettermen held last lobby committee, John J. Raskob, Wilcox, Jones B. Shannon, and 000,000 nirate and power projec Professor Hugh Cabot,
nmnight. Valentine specializes in the chairman of the Democratic Na- Harley B. Kline; historian: Robert at Muscle Shoals, Ala., to a gov-
anr Pinckney.he gift of a $200,000 back stroke. tional committee, calmly testified W. Holmes, Harry W. Wallace, and ernment controlled corporation fr department of surgery,
endowment to be used by Univer In this, his first year of Varsity today that he had contributed $65,- Bessie V. Egeland; prophetess: expermimentation in fertilizer pro- who will appear as a chief speaker c
sity research experts in a study of dompetition, Valentine was first 1000 during the last five years to the Margaret C. Babcock, Lorinda V. duction. at the gridiron banquet to be held
native flora and fauna string back stroke man as well as Association Against the Prohibition I McAndrew, and Dora V. Vanden- I It was the second time in the 10 Wednesday night in the held
first man on the medley relay Amendment and that he was a di- berg; phophet: Richard S. Cole, year controversy over disposition I
The land reserve will serve as an team. He was on the medley team rector of 'the organization. Donald J. Kline, and Ormond J. Iof this gigantic wartime property, ballroom. Professor Cabot has hadr
outdoor museum, under the direc- that placed third at the national In a low, even tone, the Demo- Drake; poet: Merle M. Elsworth that the resolution of Senator Nor- a prominent part in gridiron ban-1
tion of the University staff. The collegiate meet held at Harvard cratic chieftain smilingly replied Dorothy P. Goodridge, and Virginia ris, Republican, Nebraska, for gov- quets of the last two yars.
University will provide a curator. last week. Valentine scored 24 to questions about his relations L. Houghton. ernment operation has been ap- Professor Cabot is to leave the
Particularly rich in animal and points in conference dual meets with the Association. He said it at- Ballots for the election have al- proved. The vote was 45 to 23,..
vegetative growths, the plot i said!this season. tempted to obtain the election of ready been printed. Names of all with Republican regulars in oppo- University in June, and his speechc
to offer conditions unrivaled in the Eight lettermen from this year's Congressmen favoring repel or voters are to be checked in student sition. Wednesday will be one of his last
state for the study of particular m will return next season to modification of the prohibition act. directories, in the same manner as Two attempts to modify the res- public appearances before leaving.
flora and fauna. A, house and out- team neason o they were during the Daily prohi- olution were rejected in the clos----
buildings, together with a 40-acre rm a nucleus for the aggregation He added that he was not very ac- bition poll. ing hours of the three day debate. 1
ptholadloaeonter-which Valentine will lead in corn- ive in the work ofthe Association.! BEFH SHM N 9NO E I
patch hv ben, located on the re- petition. Seven veterans will be "I am largely in the position of!r The measure was sent to the House
Nevhv be eevd ytrsII I infpacthecmaur e ametoe o sefrH ANitN E
of th granor heuse yof Mr. dlost to next year's team through ! being a contributor and a direc- a edby Cness years
George and his immediate heirs. gradutn t o e explaedIt IN hago. President Coolidge pocket ve- RakbaperdausdaLh
versrity Budget. nucdb* frequent clashes between members Ot]UIIL U I osdtealedob ce' the
Approval of a $9,258,399.39 Uni- 1'of the committee over questions Resolution in Doubt.v
versity budget was announced by I OOO TO C M ropounded by 'Senator Robinson 171 O EJ U N Y Considerable doubt covers the G
UUI ~ ~ popundd y Snaor obnso ILI 1 L future of the Norris reouto in Attendance at Annual Affair Is
the Regents. The new figures show of Indiana, the only Republican teIs1
an increase of about $200,000 over IIpresent.Hope for Five-Power the House. Leaders there have giv- Limited to Freshmen;MoserI
last year's budget. The appropri- IL U1U Other members who attended the GAF en no assurance for its consider:'~ Will be Main Speaker.
ations thus granted provide for 520 1___hearing were Chairman Caraway Gradually Abandoned; Fast tion. Likewise, there is some un -_
salary increases for faculty mem- I of Arkansas and Senator Walsh of Parley Wind-up Seen. certainty at the Capitol over the CH
bers. A total of 43 new positions IBoesche, Hesling, LoCicero, and Montana, both dry Democrats attitude of President Hoover to-T
are provided for. Of these, 27 are Levy to Compete in Northern Senator Blaine, of Wisconsin, and DEADLOCK STILL HOLDS wards the proposal. It was oppos- Sale cf tickets to the Union's an_1
to be academical, and 16 clerical.CSenator Borah of Idaho, Republi- _ed by administration leaders in the Sual al ticesto en 's an-e
1Oratorical Contest. Senate. 'nual all freshman men's banquet
list of 31 promotions for mem- __ cans, were present. -(ry Asstciated Iress) es e to be held in the Union Thursday,
hers of the University faculty was A After the hearing, Robinson an- LONDON, April 14. eHavingnator Norris lead the drive for April 10, is progressing rapidly, ac-'
appoved;butwill not be annunc DATEIiounced he would call Josephus his resolution i the Senate. He cording to Robert W. Ackerman '31,,
aprvd u ilntb nonc LLI Y3~ vi~ nucdh ol alJ~~Ui ahied their major objective at successfully staved off everyat
ed until tomorrow, when it will be Daniels, Democrat Secretary o te eLod c e rence, nbjec i tesspt. ly sriod oficetery chairran of the underclass depart-'
ater =rididg ei the reison ekbsnel orthe Londora confetene in. n tenpt at serious modificatio. m", o fkhrg fh in=
d in I he i 4y. hetrousfo1te1orhrnOr ~Navy ilhe Wilson cabinet for t1 meact, wois i chrge of the d n-
To foreign teachers, Prof. Paul tratso the Northern Ora questioning on Tuesday concerningE American-British-Japanese naval Senator Van denburg Republican, ner
'. Ehrenfest, of tho University of tyi theagu contest held yeste an editorial attacking Raskob, pub- agreement Col. Henry L. Stimson Michigan, sought t& strike out the As the only banquet and get-to-
eiden nd Prof Eurico Fermi of urth floor of Angell h n Th lished recently in his North Caro- and the rest of the American dele- ision allowing payment to the fgether intended for freshmen men
the University of Rome, have ac- fin.al local contest will be held un- lina newspaper, The Releigh News gation today reserved a cabin on from poceeds hama andlTeessee exclusively more than 100 aree th C
esi nxsune to pt er e sringvacatio and ertesses expected next the Leviathan for the homeward plus power. That lost on a tie vote, dinner, intramural medals willbe
vriynetsimmo play pro- when one student will be chosen t o thrwtese{xece et h eiahnb
inent parts in the symposium of represent the University at the in- week are Henry H. Curran of New journey, April 22. 33 to 35, with Vice President Curtis presented to the members of the
theoretical physics which has been tercollegiate finals at Evanston on York, president of the Association Hope for a five-power agreement absent. basketball team which won the Un-t
planned as one of the great events May 2. The competition yesterday Against the Prohibition Amend- is being abandoned in the belief Walsh Changes Vote. ion's net tourney. Duane Baldwin,
of the summer session. was judged by members of the ment and William H. Stayton, of that the conference cannot last Later Senator Walsh, Democrat, '32, leader of the winning group,
Change Department Heads. speech department. Washington, chairman of the longer than that date. It is under- Montana, announced that he had will award the prizes.c
The name of the Semitics depart- Those chosen were: Fenelon board directors. stood that the American-British- voted under a misapprehension Henry Moser, of the speech de!
ment was changed to "department Boesche, '31, who spoke on "The The most heated argument' Jahanese agreement will cover a and changed his vote which made partment, will deliver the principal
of Oriental literatures and lan- Deluge"; Eva L. Hesling, '31, whose .which produced an uproar in the five-year period. the record 34 to 32 against the address of the evening. Joseph A.t
guages including Biblical litera-;topic was "To Be, Not To Seem"; packed committee room, came when veye n hAm Vandenburg proposal. Witter,'31, assistant chairman, will
turs.", Nathan Levy, 31, whose -topic was Robinson asked Raskob if hem- . After assailing the general terms act as toastmaster.
TeDtot io op f "At Least One Tradition Still Clings tended to resign his position as cans were preparing to buy their nd principle of the bill,
th eri dsncmay o Mdr-Aeia" n hma eoraiIhira.Isteamer tickets cane during one of adpinil!o h blSenator .Montgomery Sak 1 ast
hD-to Modern America," and Thomas Democratic chairman.gn Fess, Republican, Ohio, sought to captain-elect cheerleader, will be on
fered to exchange with the Un- V. LoCicero, '31, who spoke on "The "I object to that," Walsh said. the tensest days of the conference eliminate a provision for construc- hand to lead the class in several
versity for a consideration their I Italian-Misunderstood:" After a sharp exchange between and indications tonight were that tion of a $34,000,000 dam on the yells.-
Huron river property holdings, Last year, the intercollegiate finals the two senators, the question went a crisis exists which may end the Clinch river in Tennessee at Cove Tickets are priced at $1.25. They
with a reservation only of the righ were held in Ann Arbo', with Or- unanswered. many crises of the London confer- Creek. This was turned back with- may be obtained at the main desk
mand J. Drake representing Mich- After the hearing, Raskob told ene.I out a record vote. in the Union lobby, from freshman
igan. He won honorable mention, the newspapermen that he had no France and Italy are as tightly _Iclass officers, or from members ofy
Theodore Gordon, of the University objection to answering the ques- ' dead-locked as ever over parity and the underclass committee of the
of Minnesota taking'first place. tion and added that he did not in- prime minister McDonald of Grea W Street Exchange Union. Every fraternity on the
ordinarily, two students are cho- tend to resign. Britain is making strenuous efforts Sees New Bull Trends campus will be canvassed in an at-
sen from each of the senior and to save the situation. Also the An- tempt to have each house repre-
junior classes. This year, however, ENGINEERS REVIVE glo-French security formula still (By Associated Press) sented at the banquet.-
since most of the outstanding ora- SLIDERULE DANCE eludes Foreign Secretary Henderson NEW YORK, April 4.-The most ~
limitat in wasremoedand, four __ofGreat Britain and Foreign Min- fervid bull market since the ram- 'Roimeo and Juliet' to !
lmtto a emvd n orister Briand of France, who are page of the few weeks subsequent to . 1
Od Age and Bronchial Ailment; were chosen at large. (k Reviving the traditional Slide- ite Bkin of Fhe Hoter feweeks susent to End Local Run Tonight
Idiligently seeking it. the Hoover election 16 months ago__
Given as Cause of Death --- Rule dance of the engineering col-
of Queen Victoria. R ickert WVill Speak lege, 250 couples danced from 9 un- I The whole trend of events points was experienced on the stock ex- Final performance of Play Pro-
til 2 o'clock last night in the ball- t a speedy wind-up of the Parley; change today.I
' kg hduction s presentation of "Romeo
' )on Campus Broadcast room of the Union to the music of with a three-power pact as its main The total sales ran close to 6, 'and Juliet" will be given at 8:30i
(By AssociatedPress)1 Ray Dixon and his broadcasting or- achievement and a five-power 000,00 and were the largest since o' kh
ROME, Italy, April 4-Queen Vic- Tonight's campus radio pro- chestra. agreement on such problems as I the panicy days of last November. rodelssohn theatre. -
toria of Sweden, long an invalidgram which will be broadcast as The dance, sponsored by the humanization of submarine war- Although single day's sales were Tickets for the production may

,mom a bronchliai aiiment, calml---
froan arentlyalpailmesslymiy usual from 8 to 9 o'clock through tTechnic staff, was one of the most fare and a technical question olarger during some days of last be obtained at the box once of the
and apparently painlessly, died WJR will include talks by Prof. brilliant of the season with the I naval standardization and conces- fall, such activity has not been theatre from 11 o'clock to 9 o'clock
here today in the wter home that U. G. Rickert of the School of mammoth slide-rule and seal of I sions. seen in a formal bull market since today. All seats are priced at '5
athe rigorous climate of Sweden. She Dentistry, Prof. Charles Wagner of the college furnishing a novelmr .
was i8years old.m dthe romance language department, touch to the decorations. I Hawks Lands in Ohio
King Gustave, who returned from and Dr. Francis S. Onderdonk of Special entertainment was fur- on Lon Glider Flight NEGRO HAS MADE GREAT ADVANCES
a trip to Naples yesterday, and the Architectural college. Music by nished during the evening by John
Prince William were at her bed- , a string ensemble will complete the Wadell, "Silver-Masked Baritone," (By Asociaed Pes) SINCE CLOSE OF WAR, SAYS DANCY
side. program. who sang popular song hits. CO)LUMBUS 0.A pril 4 - CaptC
hd -Probably the greatest period of,
I ______'

Former Dean of Medical School
Cancels Previous Speaking
Engagement on April 9.
Nature of Speech Is Mystery;
Previous Record Promises
Displays of Humor.
Prof. Hugh Cabot, of the depart-
ment of surgery, former dean of the
Medicine school, will be one of the
chief speakers at Sigma Delta Chi's
annual gridiron banquet to be held
Wednesday night in the Union ball
room, it was announced yesterday
by Edward L. Warner, Jr., '30, the
chairman of the banquet commit-
tee. Professor Cabot cancelled a
previous speaking engagement in
order to be able to appear at the
razz-fest, it is reported. His speech
Wednesday will be one of his last
public appearances here before he
leaves the University in June to
accept a position with the Mayo
The present is to be the third
consecutive banquet at which Pro-.
fessor Cabot has played a promi-
nent part. Two years ago he was
given the oil can, Sigma Delta Chi's
annual award to the University's
outstanding oil-spreader. Last year
he officially relinquished possession
of the oil can in favor of Fielding
H. Yost, director of athletics, who
was awarded the oil can on the
strength of his platform that he
had never seen a drunken alum-
Subjject Mysterious.
What will be the nature of Pro-
fessor Cabot's speech this year re-
mains a mystery. He has not yet
announced his subject, but his pre-
vious record is said by those who
have heard him to attest to his
ability to exchange witty gibes with
all comers.
Bob Carson's ten-piece orchestra
has been engaged to furnish music
for the occasion. The band will
play popular dance numbers and
University sogns while dinner is
being served, and the entire group
of banqueters will join in singing
many of the songs. Carson's band
has a long-established reputation
in Ann Arbor, and was secured for
the Grid baquet only after long
A plan of decorations whereby
the main ball room of the Union
will be transformed into the trad-
ing room of a stock exchange has
been completed. Actual work of
erecting decorations will begin early
next week.
Oilcan on Display.
On this trading mart, brokers
will buy and sell stocks in several
corporations which are boosting the
campaigns of different candidates
for this year's oil-can presentation.
The oilcan is now in display in the
window of Slater's book shop on
State street, but the identity of the
man to whom it is to be given re-
mains veiled in absolute mystery.
Persons who have not yet sent in
remittances for tickets to the grid-
iron banquet may still obtain them
by mailing in 3 checks to the tem-
porary offices of Sigma Delta Chi at
1524 Geddes.
Club tables may be reserved for
members of fraternities or other
undergraduate organizations desir-
ing to reserve seats for all their
members at a single table.

Detroit-Bound Tri-Motored Ship
Carries Two to Fiery Death
Near Roosevelt Field.

Though the Queensc dea
been foreseen for weeks, all present1MANY STOCKS ON SIGMA DELTA CHI
wvere deeply affected. MA; T C SO SG A D LT H
Queen Victoria had been gradu- TRADING MART REACH NEW 'HIGHS'
ally sinking in vitality for a long ;
time from a pulmonary complica- New highs in Brumm Oil and1 Pardon B. & G.
tion. Yesterday her condition was Warthin Refining featured yester- 1
disquieting and King Gustave, who day's trading on the Sigma Delta Angell Sugar ......... 13 13
had gone on an excursion to Na- Chi exchange. Smith, Inc., took a Brumm Oil ..........131 130
ples and the Island of Capri, was commanding position among the Bursley Booze ........109 106
sent for , inumbers, rising to a high level Donaldson pef.15 5
The Queen, sinking rapidly, died while the advance in Pollock Gas.
as though she were falling asleep,'y Lorch Limited ........ Jinx 19
OnlyDr. und whohasattededindicated its possibility as recipient
Only Dr. Munde. who has attended IfteOlCnt eaaddnx May "B" ....... .. .... 18 Brow
her for more than 30 years, real- of the Oil Can to be awarded next ; a B.......8 Bo
hedr r than was dea. e elt Wednesday at the annual Gridiron Kraus Steam ........ 99 66
ized that she was dead. He felt)bnutWieLf 11 22
her pulse and listened to her heart, i banquet. WatLit. ...12 22
and turning quietly said the Queen, Heavy Waite trading showed Pollock Gas ..... ...200 100
was dead. bullish tendencies in this stock, Sadler Soap .........113 106
____s__dead__-while Wahr Air Reduction gained a Jack Exports .........120 109

Arank M.awks, wh.is&attept devement tha hasVcomuality o the blacks mentality
FrnkM Hwswo sateptdveometththa om o h

ing thefirst trans-continental negro race in its entire history is which prevails in certain sections
flight in a glider towed by an air- being witnessed in the present so- of our country, is a chief cause of (By Associated Press)
plane, landed at Port Columbus at iprsnsoofurcntyI
6:55 o'clock after a flight from In- cial era dating from the World the debasing environments provid- ROOSEVELT FIELD, N, Y., Api
dianapolis. He brought his motor- War", declared John C. Dancy, di- ed to the black. It is this environ- 4.-Plunging to a fiery landing be
lesnapls . Haebrougt hningotor-rector of the Detroit Urban League, ment, and not any mythical "here- hind a hill near hear, a Bach tr
Delayed by a towing cable .acci- who spoke upon "The Negro Since ditary feebleness." that causes the motored monoplane tonight carri
Delayed Tbyr atwin cable acch- 1920", yesterday afternoon in Nat- low position of negroes in the to their death T. Worden Hunte
third leg of his glide from St. Louis ural Science auditorium. The lec- southern states. president of the Bach aircra
Captain Hawks reached Port Co- ture was under' the auspices of the The lecturer pointed out that company and R. W. McAllister, p
lumbus more than two hours late. 'Negro-Caucasian club. the migration of the negro from lot, both of Los Angeles, Calif. T
Prefacing his comments on mod- the south has increased his oppor- two were to fly to the Detroit Ai
ern trends in negro life by a brief "tunities to enter pursuits where his craft show.
O + o 1 ereview of the outstanding contri- latent talents may be developed. The craft had disappeared ov
butions made by men of negroid He declared, "Such men as Roland the field at the end of a flight fro
extraction to the literary world, Hayes, Robson, and Williams are pi- Bethany, Conn.
Dancy discussed the works of, Alex- oneering for the race in the fields Field attendants who rushedt
! '- ander Dumas and Alexander Push- ,of song, dramatics, and architec- the rescue drew forth the tw



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