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XL. NO. 99




Appoint Warner General Head1
of Banquet; Control is
Klein Heads Invitations Group;
Cooper, Tilley and Wilds
Also in Charge.

SpeakingWon "The Likeness of Mount Vernon wherehhe took
Washington," Professor Jesse S.; moulds which enabiect him to re-!
Reeves, of the political science de- turn to France with the exact pro-
partment, featured the annual # portions of his subject.
Washington's birthday dinner of 1 "The coming of the French revo-
the Washtenaw chapter, Sons. of lution, along with many other un-+
the American Revolution last eve- forseen delays, prevented the com-
ning at the Women's League. Six- pletion of the statue until twelve
ty-four members of the organiza- years , after its initiation," the
tion, the D. A. R. and friends gath- speaker said, "and in 1796 the fin-:
ered to pay tribute to the patriotic ished product was sent to Virginia
spirit of founder of the nation on where it was placed in the stateI
the eve of his anniversary, capitol."
In his speech, Professor Reeves Among the distinguished guests
told the story of the origin of the at the banquet from out of the city
portrait now found on American 2- were Francis C. Campbell, state
cent stamps, a task which was ac- president of the organization, Dr.
complished only through the tire- Frank Holt, national vice-president
less efforts of Benjamin Franklin. general, Col. H. T. Schooley, presi-,

Leads 90 Entrants by Shooting
Par-shattering 66; $3000
Prize at Stake.
Fairley Clark in Second Place;
French and Dudley Follow
in Third and Fourth
By Dillon L. Graham,
Associated Press Sports Writer.
SAVANNAH, Ga., Feb. 21.--Hor-
ton Smith, the sensational young
link-wizard from Detroit, shot a
par-shattering 66 here today to

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Letter to Mexican Student Is
Intercepted by American
Consul at San Luis.
(By Associated Preorge
MEXICO CITY, Feb. 21-~George

Aristide Briande, Who Formerly Price Shaw, American consul at
Led Nation, Receives Post San Luis Potosi, telephoned to the
as Foreign Minister. Asociated Press tonight confirming
reports that a letter had been re-
LOSS OF TARDIEU IS FELT ceived by a Mexican student there
,fromi St. Louis, Missouri, mention-
ing preparation to assassinate Pres-
French Assembly Believes That ident Hoover. He declared, however,
New Minister Will Advance that in San Luis Potosi it was be-
Fight for Disarmament. lieved the letter .was largely "a
work of imagination" and little
would come of it.
LONDON, Feb. 21-Naval confer- The Mexican authorities never-
ence circles were heartened today t began a thorough investi-
to learn that Aristide Briand Vicente Aurrecoechea, a student.
would head the reconstructed to whom the letter was addressed,
L_ ,_ ____ , was immediatel arrested. but de-

Charles S. Monroe, '30, president Thomas Jefferson and their col-
of Sigma Delta Chi, national jour- leagues. The first attempt made to
nalistic fraternity, yesterday an- secure a life-size statue of Wash-
nounced that April 8 has been set ington through the medium of the
as the date for the annual Grid- 'famous Peel portrait failed, Profes-
iron banquet, the University razz sor Reeves stated, the famous
fest, at which persons prominent French sculptor Udon refusing to
in affairs of the campus are given attempt a marble without personal
an opportunity, in the light of sittings from the great general.
good-humored ridicule, to see Eventually the sculptor was sent to
themselves as others see them. Ed- ---------
ward J. Warner, '30, has been ap-
pointed general chairman of the L
banquet. L
Several hundred persons of. local
and national prominence are ex-!
pected to attend the banquet, de-a
tails for which are being pushed to I[N S NT1
comnpletion by four committees. E
The number of committees has Wolverine Pucksters Miss Tries
been reduced this year and a cen-j
tralized system of control adopted for Extra Score in Attempt
to facilitate all branches of the to Defeat Gopher Team.
work connected with one of the
Urniversity's most famous tradi- k A vt' d'T r7

, 'v "..w , - " " , a- jf 1N
dent of the Detroit chapter, LeRoi.
Barnes, president of the Pontiac
chapter, and Norman Conger,
prominent in the national society.
Mrs. J. J. Kelly, regent of Sarah
a Caswell chapter, of the D. A. R.,

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tional functions, Warner said yes-
Invitations to be Mailed. By Edward L. Warner
Coming this year, as usual, in the After 80 minutes of hockey, Mich-!
last week of school before Spring igan and Minnesota failed to reach;
vacation, the Gridiron banquet a decision in the first home Con-
serves as a prelude to the series of ference game of the season last
colorful ceremonies such as Cap night on the Coliseum ice, the con-j
Night and Senior Swing which an- test ending in a 1-1 tie. At the end
nually mark the concluding weeks of the regulation 60 minutes the
of the second semester. two teams were deadlocked with aj
The invitations committee, head- single goal apiece, and the two
ed by Lawrence R. Klein, '30, who overtime periods failed to produce
is 'assisted in this task by Harold a score."
Warren, '31, John Reindel, '32, Cad- In contrast to other home games,
well Swanson, '31, and Robert Feld- } play was rather slow in last night's
man, '31, has already sent invita- encounter, especially during the!
tions to a number of nationally first two periods. The contest was
known newspaper writers and to relatively free of penalties until the
men famous in the political field., last regular period, when both sex-
It is expected that as in former l tets began to speed up the play.!
years many outside dignitaries will The Gophers drew first blood
be here to rub shoulders in gay I early in the third frame when Fen-
camaraderie for a night with ton took a pass from Captain Pet-
prominent student and faculty erson and shot the puck into the
University members. 1 goal from the side of the rink. The
Committee Chairmen Named. Wolverines evened matters two
Other committee appointments minutes later as Tommy Courtis
were annouinced by Monroe as f 1- slipped a long shot past Christy,
lows: Minnesota goalie. Both teams
FWnance . committee: Edward showed the effects of they contestj
Ward Warner, '30, .chairman, Mon- in the overtime periods.!
roe; Pierce Rosenberg, '30, and Wil- Minnesota carried the play dur-'
liam Gentry, '31. ing the first two frames, keeping
Entertainment committee: Geo. the puck in Wolverine territory:
C. Tilley, '30, general chairman; much of the time but lacking the
music sub-committee: Joseph Rus- scoring punch. Michiga-n made
sell, '31, assistant chairman, Wil- several sallies down the ice but they
lam Gorman, '31; program sub- were uiproductive of scores.
committee: Gurney Willi'ams, '31, Langen stood out forMichigan
,ssistan chairman, Paul Showers,1 iangenstood stfk Mingan
'31, Robert Sloss, '31, and Richard w ith his capable stick handling and
Tobin, '32; Speeches sub-commit- poke checking, while Schlanderer
tee: William Gentry, '31, assistant and Nygord turned in good perfor-
chairman, Pierce Rosenberg, '30, mances. Fenton starred for Mn-
WhitieldHiller, 31.nesota with Captain Peterson out-
Decorations committee: Walter standing on defense. Both goalies'
Wilds, '31, chairman; George Dus- played consistently, Tompkins mak-
W ed ,chrm ;GoreDs ing 23 stops and Christy of the Go-
enbury, 31, Adsit Stewart, 31, and Iphers stopping 32.
Carl Forsythe, '32. Iphes.sopINE32.
Publicityhcommittee: Frank' E. LINEUPS
Cooper, '31, chairman; Richard Michigan Minnesota
Tobin, '32, 'and Whitfield Hillyer, Courtis........ . . LW ...... Fenton
'31. Nygord.......... RW ..... Byerley
PERSHI G HONORSBryant........LD.....Peterson
EHart..........RD Hollingsworth
F IRST PRESIDENT Tompkins......G.......Christy
. Spares: Michigan- Schianderer,
(By Associated Press) Sippila. Minnesota-Bartholdi, Ry-
WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 21 - man, Gould, Tilton, Abra.
Scoring: Third period-Fenton,
John J. Pershing, America's last '6:55; Courtis, 8:55.
full-ranking general, paid tribute
today to her first. COLE BLAMES APA T
Standing before a model of anF
edifice that George Washington FOR FAILURE OF
conceived as the symbol of his' "The apathetic attitude of the
country's faith in religion, the man people of the United States is the
who led American Expeditionary ! principal reason why alt adequate
Force in th national defense policy, provided
.Fore i th Wold ar oined o for in theory, is not being carried
the Washington National cathedral out in practice inothe nation to-
as "an evidence of what the spirit day," according to Co. W. C. Cole,
pf Christ means to our civilization." president of the Reserve Officers'
His talk was made into the mi- association of the United States, in
a lecture at Natural Science audi-
crophone of a talking picture cani- torium last night.
era in the preparation of a film According to Co. Cole, patriotism
which will be released on George 'today is a passive thing and most
Washington's birthday by Para- people feel that if they vote they
mhave done their duty and the men
mount Sound News. I they elect should do all the worry-
.Genrn1 Pershing. who is chair- I .. . a. +ifrh oi .,-

was the special guest or honor. take the lead among 9 entrants at French delegation due back here y............> 6' , "'u
President Walter B. Ford of the the halfway mark in the $3,000 Sa- next week for the resumption of nied he had had anything to do
Washtenaw chapter presided at t th vannah open golf tournament. His swith any plot to kill Mr. Hoover.
meeting. brilliant score of today, coupled disarmament negotiations Wednes- He also denied he had any part in
with his 71 of yesterday, gave him day. the shooting of President Ortiz Ru-
UNIONhphisI a 137. registerdafrom.Briande, veteran of a generation bio on inauguration day.
While the Detroit golfer, who of international conferences, is
formerly registered from Joplin. warmly admired and respected by,
Mo., was stroking his way around all of the other delegations. Al-
in eight under par and equalling though general regret isexpressed
the course record, Bobby Jones of over the loss of Andre Tardieu, de-
A C I TE1 Atlanta, national open king, was feated premier, it is beleved the
encountering trouble at almost ev- conference can achieve equallyl
Second Semester, Sophomore ery hole. great steps toward disarmament
M ReTrJones in Fifth Place. with Briand as foreign minister
en to Report to ryout Jones faltered badly on the out- I 'heading the French delegation. 'Custodian of Clements Library
in Student Offices. ward nine for a 40, three over par. French Choice Approved. to Read Story Concerning
but settled down on the home nine Albert Sarraut, minister of ma- George Washington.
GROUP TO MEET FEB. 26 for a 35. His 75 today together rine, who it is reported will ac-
with his 67 of yesterday placed him company Briand, is also eminently BENNETT TO TALK ALSO
Union committee positions which in a tie for fifth place with 142. acceptable. He represented his
offer experience in executive train- Fairley lrti lnelcla h ahntnam
ui shot-ake, eqalltrim londef acountry at the Washington arms Reading the original story . of
ing and extra-curricular activities ht-a erndeqa e hindteparley and therefore is well i- "George Washington and the Cher-
are now open to second semester derday and was a step behind the formed on naval problems. ry Tree," Randolph G. Adams, cus-
freshmen and sophomores, accord- leader with a y138. The British, American and oth todian of the William L. Clement
int Kennth M. Lyd ' For sroks way Ee d fr delegations limit their comment to library, will open tonight's Michi-
Spresident, who yesterday issued f third honors were Emmett French approval of men likely to continue gan Night radio program to be
call tryouts.oDudley of Wilmington, Delaware French" representation in London. broa:'^ast at 7:30 o'clock over sta-
Men desiring to participate in h . Nobody here presumes to be suffi- tion WJR of Detroit.
Union administration are asked to t with 141. French had a 73 today ciently versed in French internal iTalks by Prof. Henry C. Adams
report to Harold O. Warren, Jr.: toddy to is d 6 of yester, y politics to know whether the new and Prof. Wells Bennett, and three
31, n the Student offices on the' Dudley, who posted a 72 yesterday. Shautemps government can wea- unusual musical selections b
third floor of the Union betwee et ther a vote of confidence .by the Sanns Pick will complete the pro-
2 andB 3 o'clock this afternoon or rackettedith Jones at 142 was { chamber of deputies but all seem ram.I
at the same hour Monday, Tues- Toe Turnesa, New York, who cou- I to approve the proposed French Mr. Randolph Adams, who is onc
day, or Wednesday afternoons of 1 eda 71 of yesterday with another ' delegation. of the foremost scholars of Ameri-.
next week. Prospective tryouts Farrel Deadlocked f Se th. Colonel Henry L. Stimson and can history in the United State
will at that time indicate their J the other American delegates con- will read the story of Washington
preference as to the type of work Fla.orn Farell S Augustine, tinued today to use their confer- jIprank in its original form, anc
they wish to do. Pl ., form er national open 4 chai nh l d y i r pa i g f r t e f o
they wish to do. i pion, was deadlocked with three ence holiday in preparing for the from the extensive files of letters
A meeting of all tryouts will be other cash players for seventh resumption of active negotiations documents, and diaries on thc
held in the Student offices at 3 place with 143. Jeff Adams Savan- when the French return. Revolutionary War period contain-
o'clock Wednesday, at which time; hah pro, who had a 68 yesterday Conference Prolonged. ed in the library will relate mater.
Lloyd and members of the execu- for second place Mike Turnesa of It is admitted that valuable time ial about the first president.
tive council will talk, explaining New York and Bobby Cruickshank is being lost during the adjourn- Prof. Henry Adams, of the nava'
the functions of the various de- mf Turchase, New York also posted ment and in British circles par- architecture and marine engineer-
partments and their relation to the 143's. ticularly it is felt that the confer- ing department, will discuss "Safe-
student body. Assignment of try- The slim blonde money-maker ence now is likely to last until th ty at Sea." He has done extensivE
outs will then be made to the va- from Detroit collected seven birdies end of March instead of the 15th research in the building of trans-
roscommittees. Adnement is'egesohi w which was the predicted date of !rsac ntebidn ftas
rious m s vancmen nd an eagle as he shot his low atlantic liners and has long been
made strictly on the merit system score. )rdjournmerit prior to the French interested in the security of travel
basis. After shooting a par four on the political crisis. by sea.
The departments of the Union Irst hole, Smith drove into onra It was authoritatively learned Professor Bennett, of the archi-
dearmnt f h Uio irthoe Sit roeinoa trap today that one line of American, etrlshowl ics h
are reception, house, publicity, un- near the second green but made a podiy will be dine we eo- tectural school, will discuss the
derclass, and dance. nice recovery and was on the car- policy will be definite when nego- most popular type of home archi-
Due to the extensive' program pet in two. He sank a short putt Io the various political pacts ortecture, the "Co'hnial Home." H
which is being planned by the Un- for a birdie three. Horton got an-a h has studied early American archi-
ion executive council for the pres- other on the third but had trouble Errangements, rumors of which tecture and has published a mono-
ent semester, a large number of an the par fourth and took a bogey crop up every few days. graph on the first national capita'
tryouts can be put to work imimedi- five. He needed two putts. In one view of the American building in Washington.
ately. Tentative plans call for the After a par four on the fifth he delegation, such pacts are not Mr. Pick, head of the violincellc
_,reation of a new committee in scored a birdie three on the 251- within the scope of this conference. department of the School of Music
;he near future on which many; yard sixth, made par figures on the In that attitude they are support- will play three selections with or-
sophomores may be placed. seventh and eighth and finished ed by the British. If the Kellogg chestral accompaniment including
In order to work on the commit- 1 the outward trip with a birdie four pact is to be expanded, or other- the first and second movement,
tees, second semester freshmen "on the ninth 'hole. wise made effective, the operation from Concerto by Haydn, Waldes-
must have received last semeste2 ,The first two holes of the inward will have to be performed at some ruhe by Dvorjak, and his own ar-
at least one grade of A or B and no nine were made in par, while Smith future international clinic. rangement of the Hungarian Rhap-
mark below C in the remainder 01 dgot a birdie four on the twelfth sody by Popper. Mr. Peck has
his courses. and scored an eagle on the 248- s bConditionsyoPInuoer. rhas
Condiionsof Ijur ed Imade concert tours through mosi

Marks First Contest of Indoor
Track Competition for
1930 Season.
Two Teams Last Met in 1923
Begins Farrell's Last Year
as Coach.
Indoor track competition for the
1930 season will open at 8 o'clock
tonight when Chicago invades Yost
field house for a dual meet with
,he Michigan team. Besides being
:he first track meet scheduled with
Chicago since 1923, tonight's af-
fair will mark the beginning of
Coach Steve Farrell's last season
is Michigan track mentor.
Although the Maroon trackmen
lave had the benefit of experience
n two meets this season, they are
not expected to prove espixally
langerous for the Wolverines. Chi-
,ago defeated Purdue 57 2-3 to 23
1-3 early this season, but last week
he Maroons were relegated to
fourth place in a quadrangular
mneet against Northwestern, Wis-
,onsin ,ad Ohio State, scoring
nly 22 points.
Sprints to be Close.
Captain Root will lead the Chi-
ago trackmen at the field house
-onight, meeting Eddie Tolan,
Vichigan's Midnight Express, in
he 60 yard dash. Tolan defeated
soot for second place in the Big
ren indoor meet last year. East,
.mother fast sprinter, and Ramsey
tre the other Maroon entries,
vhile Campbell, Smith, and Mur-
ay will represent the Wolverines.
The 65 yard high hurdle race
;hould resolve into a duil between
Iayden, Conference indoor chan-
>ion last season, and Potter, and
Wood, of the Wolverines. In the
ow hurdles the Wolverine pair will
>ppose Root, who won the event in
the quadrangular meet, and Hay-
ien or Kramer. Hayden has been
iandicapped by an 'injured leg
-his season.
Michigan's brother act of Dale
tnd Dalton Seymour will be favor-
d over the Maroon entries, Schulz
nd Colville, in the quarter mile
-ace. Benson, McLaughlin, and
;hase will go to the mark for Mich-
gan in the half mile run, meeting
eitelman and , Brainard in this
went. Wolfe, fleet Wolverine
ophomore, will provide the chief
>pposition for Dale Letts, Maroon
listance star, in the mile run.
,etts has turned in two victories
his season, and placed second to
vIartin of Purdue in the Big Ten
'ndoor meet. Brainard- and Fink
tre the other Chicago milers,
vhile D'Anna and Feustel will also
-epresent Michigan.
Field Events Incalculable,
Loss of Austin in the two mile
nay be felt by the Wolverines, but
?itzgibbons, another promising
ophomore, may help to offset this.,
Je will team with Kennedy and
owmaser.bHarlacker of the Ma-
oons will be a threat while Kelly
s also entered. Captain Poorman
mnd Brooks, veteran Michigan
veight men, are expected to en-
:ounter real competition from
Neaver in the shot put. The Ma-
oon has a mark of 46 feet 7

nches to his credit this season.
None of the entries in 'the pole
vaultnare outstanding, Cowley of
;he visitors opposing Pottle, Dou-
,all, and Shetter. Crawford, Fel-
4er, Wolverine veteran, should out-
jump Castle and Grimes of Chi-
,ago in the high jump. Veech and
evans may also garner some points
for Michigan. The distance for the
.elay race has not been decided but
t will probably be over a half 'mile
or one mile course.


yard thirteenth. He was on the
K a~ffma Still green with his drive and sank a 15-
ufman Stl ery foot putt. The fourteenth and fif-
Low Following Stroke) teenth were made in regulation
figures while Smith got birdie fours
Prof. C. H. Kauffman of the Bot- on both the long sixteenth and sev-'
any department, who suffered an enteenth holes. He completed his,
apoplectic stroke while at work in great round with a par four on the
his laboratory, was still termed in eighteenth hole.
a critical condition late last night.
-------- ----- dosing Performances
HE TIC ATTITUDE I of Mimes Play Tonight
DEFENSE PROGRAM Two performances of "The Out-
sider," by Dorothy Brandon," which
'first that the United States has is being presented at the Mimes
ever had and it recognizes the theater by the Mimes players, will
Washington Treatyhas the supreme close yte oa
I la govrnig th* ntion w ' A matinee performance will be
signed it " giventhis afternoon, and the final
Col Cale read excernt s from the evening performance this evening.

.ds m n m of the capitals of Europe and is t
Students Remain Same graduate of the conservatories o'.
Karlsruhe and Budapest.
Clarence McKinnie, '30, and Ray
Hunsberger, '33, who were injuredFrnh 1 l
in the fatal automobile accident French Film Will Run
Tuesday morning a mile east of Last Showings Today,
Ypsilanti on the Ecorse road, were
reported as resting and conditions The Passion of Joan of Arc, th(
unchanged since their removal French super-film, heralded as be-
yesterday to the University Hospi- ing among the first ten pictures of
tal from the Beyer Memorial hos- the season, will be shown for the
pital at Ypsilanti. last times today.
Prof. Henri Chamard of the Un- of which have written their thesis
iversity of Paris will arrive in Ann
Arbor Sunday to give his courses in under his guidance. Inr1922 and
French at 2 and 4 o'clock on Mon- '1923 he was exchange professor at
day, Wednesday, and Friday. Any Columbia university.

V. V ia ~upu1V11wt
declaration of principles for the ,
Reserve Officers' Association which
stressed the belief that an adequate)
national defense is our best insur-
ance against war and that things!
should be kept ready for initial de-
fense operations.
In a message to congress, Presi-
dent Coolidge once said that "if
.n< nnonan countriehanot ha ad- I

Our Weat 'Merman

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students desiring to visit these
courses to hear French spoken are
permitted to do so. His lectures are
in room 108 Romance Languagesl
Numerous invitations have been
extended to Professor Chamard to,
lecture from the Universities of Chi-
caio.I owa and Illinois as well as

Professor Chamard isw most de-
lighted so far with Ann Arbor and
is astonished at the marvelous
equipment of the University of
Michigan. He finds that the library
I facilities here are superior to any
university that he has visited.
Any students who can understand
French are permitted to visit his,

Nine sophomores were appoint
ed to the lower business staff of th
Gargoyle, it was announced yes
terday by Theodore S. Long, '3(
business manager. , These men ar
as follows:
Publications department: Pat
Icerman, '32, and Douglas Brier
Circiation denartmrant:- alte

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