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VOL. LX. NO. 140 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, .- FRIDAY, APRIL 11 1930 EIGHT PAGES

PRICE FIVE CENTS

FATHERHS AND SONSi
PLAN FOR ANAL
Prof. Brumm to be Toastmaster,1
Dean Effinger to Represent
Faculty at Meeting.
DATE SET FOR MAY 10
Athletic Association to Supply
Passes for Michigan-
Illinois Game.
Preliminary plans are being for-'
mulated for the Union's annual
Father and Son banquet WhichJs ,
to be held in the ballroom of the
Union on Saturday night, May 10,
according to an announcement
made yesterday by Kenneth M.
Lloyd, '32L, president.
The date for the Father and Son I
week-end has been set to coincide
with that of Cap Night which will
be held on Friday, May 9, in SleepyI
Hollow. In the past it has been
the custom for fraternities to co-
operate with the Union in makingj
this week-end one with a complete
program for the entertainment of~
tha v chino, -Fthar- Tt .'ipexp

BAN ENFORCEMENT
TO CEASE AT NOONN
Students who are going home for
and those who axe to stay in townAS SENATE PASSES1
spngvaewhati. onay ie there
may use automobiles to tour Ann'
Arbor and Ypsilanti by-ways, after
noon today. That hour has been BILLS
set by the office of 4he dean of
students as the deadline of auto Legislation for Day Includes
ban enforcement. Lgsain frDyIcue
At 12:01 o'clock this afternoon, Laws on Supply,.Campaign
its is expected that the streets will: Chests, Unemployment.
be filled with students who have
bent carefully priming their cars HARRIS BILL IS PENDING
for the big moment. They will be
permitted to speed by University
enforcement officers, with nothing Commerce Committee Approves!
but the city speed laws to fear. Establishment of Board
Men will be able to drive tonight,
to Detroit, and come back when for Labor System.
they please, not concerned with J
making the 1:15 or the 5:45 trains. . (By Associated Press)
Of course, enforcement will again WASHINGTON, April 10.-Estab-
start at 8 o'clock Monday morning, lishing almost a record for accom-
April 21; but then, that's not until plishment for itself today, the Sen-
after vacation. ate passed two of the annual sup-

REALTORS EXPECT
RENTALSHORTAGE'
EhLocal realtors, at a meeting of
the Ann Arbor Real Estate Board
held last night, emphasized that
there will be a shortage i several
classes of rental property this com-

ing season. It was a consensus of'
opinion that there is a scarcity of1
good rental property at the pres-
ent time. All offices report a greater
demand than usual at this time of
the year. This came as a surpriseG
due to the vacancy survey madej
in January of this year.
Reports made to the board show-'
ed that there were 160 single houses
vacant in the city at the presentI
time. This included all houses,
some of which were in the "un-
inhabitable" class. A distinct in-'
crease in realaestate buying was'
noted for the last month.f

BRUMMDISS FIVE POWER MEETI
T ADJOURN SOON
LONDON Apil 10-The London
naval conference will be wound up
next week with a three-power
agreement forming the backbone
of a skeleton five-power pact which
-France and Italy can join even be-
"Newspaper and Public Morals' fore they settle their differences on
parity.
Subject of Sixth All- The way was clear today when
Campus Forum. the United States, Great Britain,
and Japan, after nearly three
CITES POWER OF PRESS months of negotiations, sealed their
CITESPOWE OF RESSnaval accord.
And a dramatic last minute move
Calls Presentation of Picture, by the American delegation sal-:
of Society Newspaper's vaged the five-power treaty when
the conference seemed doomed as
Primary Function, far as agreement on any point was
-concerned. Naval conference ex-
Declaring that the morals of the ; perts were understood to have been
average metropolitan newspaper put to work this afternoon drafting
cannot be judged without taking a five-power agreement which both
into consideration its environment, Foreign Ministers Briand of France'
and Grandi of Italy have tentative-c
Prof. J. L. Brumm of the journal- ly agreed to sign as an outgrowth 11 +

VIRGINIA STUDENTS
BOYCOTT THEATRES'
Two Seriously Injured, Others
Less Critically Hurt When
Undergraduates Riot.
BLOCK STREET TRAFFIC
Uprising Quelled by President's
Plea for Arbitration With
Movie House Managers.
(Sptial a he Dailu
No further uprising by Univer-
sity of Virginia students in their
campaign to bring about reduc-
finriyrrrn n ~ern~aci'

FE[MININE NOMINEE,
FETEDIN__CAPITALi
Mrs. McCormick, Candidate for
Senate from Illinois, to,
Cn ,i fn Ortmber

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the majority of-the houses on the ':
campus will participate in the pro- TO RETURN TO WYOMING'
gram.W
Will Reserve Tables. ( oldPess)
Groups which will be composed ofI
six or more will be able to reserve WASHINGTON, April 10.-After!
tables so that they may attend the being whirled into Washington
affair as a unit. . with a flag-wining welcome from
Letters announcing aid explain-
ing the purpose of the panquet will her women colleagues in Congress,
be mailed in about two weeks to the Representative Ruth Hanna Mc-
father or guardian of every student Cormick, victorious -Republican
who lives within - a -radius of 300"
miles from nn Arbor. nominee, for the Illinois' senator-.
Through the courtesy of theAth- ship, 'announced today' that she
letic association, complimentary would not start campaigning foi
tickets to the Illinois-Michigan election until October.
baseball game, which will be play- I For she is looking forward to a
ed on Saturday afternoon, will be rest in her ranch retreat in Wyo-
distributed to fathers holding tick- ming, in the rugged Jackson Hole
ets to the Father and Son ban- country, inthehe interim b tween
quet. In addition, the Butterfield the close of this session of Con-'
theate re. ;~will provide pass- gress. and the fall campaign.
es for" the Saturday night perf orm- ' Just a - little log cabin," is" the
ance at the Majestic theatre. way she described it, "my ranch.
Several well-known men are un- not my farm."
der consideration as principal Mrs. McCormick's home farm in
speaker; among them are Harold Illinois is a business, not a recrea-
H. Emmons, Detroit Police commis- I tion, and the remote Wyoming
sioner, Frank Cody, superintendent spot obviously has a great lure foi
of the Detroit Schools, and Edward the woma'n who hs 'been making
Evans, of Detroit, noted world trav- many, campaign speeches.
eler. The campaign just over she
Effinger to Speak. would not discuss. It was all over
Dean John R. Effinger, of the she said, and she pushed it into the
literary college, will sp'eak as repre- past with a' final gesture of her
sentative of the faculty. He is the hand. Nor would she talk about
father of John R. Effinger, Jr.,'30,. her appointment to visit with Pres-
who is now a student on the cam- ident Hoover tomorrow at 5 p. m
pus. She was "swamped" she said.
Prof. John L. Brumm, head of the "completely swamped," with work
department of journalism, will actthat had piled up in her two Wash-
as toastmaster. ington offices while she was whirl-'
gramhis nder Fther dion o t winding through Illinois.
gram is under the direction of the; She mnade no appearance today
reception committee of the Union, She made o ahearane oday
of which Walter Reichenback, '30, is on the floor of the House, so the
chairman, and Alfred Plamer, '32, is majority of her colleagues had nc
assistant chairman. p opportunity to express their reac-
_____________ tion to her victory.
DEFER SEAT SALE First to welcome her at the sta-j
DEFREATH FALCE tion, however, was the Democratic
FOR FRENCH FARCE sister Representative, Ruth Bryan
S-- Owen, a warm personal friend of
Box office sale of seats for "Her long standing though their fathers
Cardboard Lover" will start Friday, were political foes.
April 18, instead of today as orig- Mrs. McCormick's d a u g h t er,
inally announced in The Daily yes- Katherine, accompanied her from
terday. The production will be giv- Chicago, and her son, Medill, 13,.
en in the Lydia Mendelssohn the- and her little daughter, Ruth Eliza-l
atre the week of April 21 to 26. beth, called "Dazie" met her atI
No performance will be given on the train.
Friday night, April 25, but a mati- -I
nee is planned for Saturday after"' ,I
noon, April 26. Tickets for the' Price of Invitations!
main floor for the night perform-;I
ances are priced at '$1.00 and the to Rise After Today
balcony is priced 'at 75 cents. The
matinee prices are 75 cents for the;
main floor and 50 cents for the ; Increase in price of Commence-
balcony. Mail order applications ment invitations and announce-
are being received at the box office ments will become effective after
of the Lydia Mendelsohn theatre today, Jennings McBride, '30, com-
now. mnittee chairman, said yesterday.
n______The bids will be sold today at a
. . lLebooth in Angell hall lobby for the
Fishbeim Will Lecture last time. After spring vacation,
at Hillel Foundation theycan be ordered only by special
arrangements with, the publishers,,
Dr. Morris Fishbein, editor of theI at increased prices, it was announc-
' A- i n t n I 'd.

ply bills totaling almost one iim- n reare ds sdh - of American intervention tiso 1
lion,' five hundred million dollars,'i ism depatment iscussed the su- nAerg nt him- movie theatres were reported in a
ordered an investigation of Sena- 0ject"The Newspaper and Public mng.Utelegram received late last night
torial campaign chests, and re- ;n(Morals" at the sixth of the spring from the University News bureau
ceived from its committee legisla- series of All-Campus Forums yes- 111 V LII f at Virginia. Before taking further
tion on unemployment artd reor- U 1 1 { U I terday afternoon in Alumni Mem- drastic action, they are awaiting
ganization of the federal power '__orial Hall.F'ce
commission Uh uUeNTof a conference to be
t th Speak on Tomorrow Night's press is to report the news that I leaders and the theatre manage-
the long session and brough gives a true picture of society. ment, it was said.
Senate considerably nearer the Weekly Broadcast.Since a newspaper is a business, it 1Cocky' Attitude Is Fostered by Meanwhile, the boycott move-
June first adjournment date. must be interesting in order to Freshman Week, Says Moser ment grows and more than a thou-
The Harris bill plcing Central MUSIC TO BE OFFERED succeed. Many people assume the sand have signed agreements not
and South America under immi-I advertisers dictate the, policy of at Yearling Banquet. to patronize movie houses until
gration quota restrictions was Tomorrow night's campus radio the paper since advertising makesi--- prices are reduced. More names
pending at night fall. program, in spite of the vacation up the difference between the price MAKE AWARD OF MEDALS j are being added each hour.
Dry Fund Passed. period, will feature four faculty paid and the cost of printing it. Will Demand Reduction.
j The treasury- and post office de- speakers and a musical presenta- Owners Not Journalists. Although freshman week is re- John Sloan, football captain, will
partment appropriation bills carry- tion by members of the faculty of ' The owners of the papers, who puted to be o great value in ac- probably head the student com-
ighe onmenof$15,00,000foremntth hool Wadof Musi, darccordg tho direct the policies, are not journal- climating first-year men to Uni- mittee that will ask for a reduc-
prohibition enforcement, went iProf.. Waldo Abbot, director of the ists. This is' unfortunate since versity life, iv also permits fresh tion in admission. Students -say
drfun. his easre' abtotaled Dr. Albert M. Barrett, director of the average professional journal- men to assume a most objectionable! that 75 cents, charged for some
$1,180;]0E,528, an increase of $2,- the State Psychopathic hospital. ist, working for the paper, is jeal- I"cocky" attitude before the arrival pictures, is the highest price in the
000,000 over the amount provided will discuss the treatment of the ous for the honor of the profession. of the upperclassmen on the cam- state.
by the House curable insane at that institution. He regards the paper as a social pus, Henry Moser, of the speech No serious injuries resulted from
IyNo trouble was encountered in Professor Barrett is considered one institution to be administered fo: 'department, alleged in addressing the demonstration last night when
rushing through the $280,211,973 of the fore iost authorities on in- public good, stated Professor ma:mbers of the class of 1933 at the 1,000 students blocked the street in
Spropsed by the - appropiriatonssanity in thoe country and is often Brumm. Uniun's third annual all-freshman front of the Jefferson theater fo
committe to carry oh the vast in- called upon to-determine the sanity In discussing the influence banquet last night. Not more than more than an hour.
ternor development program under :of individuals in criminal and civil wielded by the press on the com- 10 years ago, obstreperous yearl- I Ry Asscaed I'ress
ior Department for next ty, he declared that the pa- ings were made conscious of their
t Prof. Hugh E. Keeler of the me- per occupied a strategic position position on campus within a week CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., April
year.: 'chanical engineering department 'weeitcou dairv : r~,~a .~Heir. Div a ;byh Qde} 0 >.<e
hdSe a d $ 000 ,4 - t ~ v., ., ,u _ _r r ..
' heoeat Mdddse,0000 ts'il'eals'fedrond't'ddo'e'necessity scil buesoMse sreseate ecsstyoftoayw me na' steeoo u
provi y teeration, with which ubject he is Newspapers Are Trivial., each freshman realizing that he is citement following a riot Wednes-
Interior Department. most familiar because of his re- "The greatest fault of the metro- starting at the bottom and should day night i protest to increased
Report Wagner's Bill. cent research in that field; and politan daily is not that it is ignor- play his part squarely in rising to admission prices at two local the-
The commerce committee order- Carl L. Hubbs, curator of the Mu-ant, unfair, hypocritical, unscru- the superior position claimed by
ed a favorable report on the bill by seum, will discuss a trip to India o, ar, dihyoctal, mn u- the supper sin T t students were in the univer-
Senator Wagner, Democrat, New1 which he made recently in search pulous, or dishonest as many peo-j the upperclassmen. stw osptuldens erfintherunier-
nogmr N h eumadespecenLtne:ple think, but that it is trivial. John Huss, '33, president of the sity hospital, dozens of others were
York, to set up a federal employ-i for museu specimens. Last on t However it is as effective as the freshman literary class, decried the nursing head wounds inflicted by
ment system. The New Yorker list of speakers will be Gordon L oespolice night sticks and at least one
gave notice he would ask to take Jensen of the mechanical engineer- environment requires since it prints freshman's proclivity to overesti- policeman was suffering from man-
up this bill next Tuesday along ing department who will talk about I the kind of things its readers de- mate his own ability. Huss voiced handling. Nearly a thousand stu-
with his other measure to estab- 'house fires and how to prevent mand." Ian appreciation of the support of dents participated in the distu-b-
lish a, long range employment them. Professor Brumm scored the members of the class of the fall ances. No arrests were made.
planningboard and to provide for Medicine, education, art and ath- opinions held by many of the more games. Frosh Frolic, and the President Pleads for Order.
the cllection of more accurate letics will be included in the talks radical magazine writers that a Union's basketball tourney. He also Although the actual riot was dis-
employent statistics.r u to be presented on the program of newspaper should be held up as urged freshmen to recognize the persed with a plea for arbitration
em yInterstae commerce con-i- 'April 19. Dr. Edgar Kahn of the bad example as well as the beliefs powers of the Union in effecting by President Edwin A. Alderman of
ThItteapprovdtecozensebillHospital staff will speak on the of others that a paper is for con- class unity. the university, hundreds of stu-
toreorganized the poe commis- subject ,of brain tumors; Wilfred venience instead of influence. ( Kenneth M. Lloyd, '32L, presi- 'dents continued to mill about the
Ssion It would set p an mide- Shaw, director of alumni relations.' -dent of the Union, pointed out the town long after midnight.
will discuss the purpose and con- E ICANS 'value of extra-curricular activities Led by a drum corps, nearlya
pendent group of appointed citi- tent of a series of lectures in the RELEASE to the university student. ' thousand students mobilized on the
I ens in place of the present per- field of adult education to be given ABDUCTED OIL MAN Intramural medals were award- campus early Wednesday night at
sonnel of three ex-officio members 'in June; Prof. Herbert A. Fowler _ed by Duane Baldwin, '32, to the the tolling of the chapel bell, and
drawn from the President's cabi- of the architectural college will (; Asswiated Press> members of the team which won marched down Main St. to the the-
net. talk about color harmonies in dress; TEPIC NAYARIT, Mexico, April the basketball tournament spon- atre. Leaders of the demonstra-
Senator Couzens, Michigan, the and Coach Harry Kipke will give 10.-On the morrow of his release' sored by the Union. The men who tion gained a conference with the
author of the measure said he a short discussion of the football from more than a month of cap- received the charms were Jolly management, and while they were
I would seek early consideration by schedule for the coming fall, and tivity at the hands of bandits who Dziatkowski, T. A. Behrstock, Ted inside, their followers showered the
the Senate. will point out the problems pre- held him for ransom, J. E. Bristow, Small, W. A. Behrstock, Ray Ral- front of one of the theatres with
sented by the schedule and the ca- American mining man, in a com- linge, and Keith Crossnan. eggs, broke electric light bulbs, and
R UTHVEN TO SPE AK pabilities of the players who will be plete report to Mexican military au- The banquet was sponsored by locked traffic.
thriie today accused the guide th necasdeatetoCh A policeman cautioned a student
AT GU ILD ME E TING ,The musical interims will be pre- t Union and under the direction of An
AT GUILDtMEETINbyn Ann Arbor High mpnying him at the time of Robert W. Ackerman, '31, and Jos against his actions and was thrown
____sented by the AnAbrHg oetW cemn 3,adJs
Pres. Alexander G. Ruthven wil school Girls' Glee club. his capture of having deliverec eph A. Witter, '31. to the sidewalk and roughly han-
be the speaker at the annual Inter-, According to Professor Abbot, ap him over to the bandits. --ded. Almost the entire police force
Guild meeting to be held on Sun- I proximately 4,000 envelopes con- Mr. Bristow affirmed that T. C. ChargeSChoo1 H was called out.
day, April 27, at six o'clock in West- taining the free bulletin of radio Fields, who had been hired as in- Ceauge c oolAfter President Alderman inter-
ley Hall, it was announced today 1 talks have been address to listeners terpreter and guide had laid a kid- .With 1Ft h i vened the students agreed to sub-
Iby the Westleyan Guild who are throughout the state who have re- naping plot in concert with theWe a S 1 5h1 mit the matter to arbitration be-
S i ted th Delgado bandits. 4___tween a student committee and
s gh rs-(B ssociatedPress> Fred Twyman, theatre manager. A
SPECIAL TRAINS BUSES, AIRPLANES TO CONVEY LANSING April 10.-For several conference will be held Friday.
SPECI Ar A N , BUSES, AIRPLAUINESC T\( CV AJweeks, G. H. Burt superintendent
! Rrrv" " r.,x r cr1T V TT'10% 'gC TJC/)VE pr~v cvDTN t2. XJACA TIO~N !of schools at Byron in Shiiawassee MIST HINDERS.,DON

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American ma u dc 'i associa
Quarterly, has been engaged tol
speak before a campus audience on
April 30, under the auspices -of thet
H ill1 e 1 Foundation, discussing1
"Quacks and Quackeries."
Dr. Fishbein, who is known'
throughout the country for his con-
stant fight against "quackeries" in
medicine, is author of many stand-
ard medical works, and a staff
writer for several of the current
national periodicals.

English Lecturer Will
Give Readings Sunday
One of the most distinguishedl
English word artists. Dr. John
Duxbury, of London, England, is
scheduled to speak at 7:30 o'clock
Sunday night at the Methodist
church under the auspices of the
Wesley Guild.
Dr. Duxbury, formerly professor

By R. L. T. Cleveland, South Bend, and St. ? Fifty stude
Once more the student body--or dated at. 3:21 o'clock. Each of the Louis are tI
most of it at least-will today mi- two specials is capable of taking ing reached b
grate to all points of the compass care of about 300 students, and re- to University:
for a brief but welcome ten-day i servations indicate that a large 'though more
respite from bluebooks andthree-E number are taking advantage of serve places b
deck Sandwiche Shoppe Specials. the additional service. According addition to th2
Having endured all the hardships to railroad officials, special sections ule, the Unio
of the blasts of an academic win- for east and west bound trains will pounces two s
ter-or a winter of academic blasts be added if necessary. New York Cit:
-the weary students are quite .-_-----. ials to Clevelo
ready to forsake the old town for cago, and St.]
a few days, and are not reticent Our Weather Mian accommodate
about their enthusiasm. _______ ing a total of
Yesterday's warm weather slow- -.. - - seek a week's
ed down preparations somewhat as oline transpor
the inertia of spring settled upon Flint and T
the nostalgic intellectuals but on h- \ ning from th
the whole the outlook for a pleas- -- tions today, 'v
ant homeward trip was much gers are fir
brighter than at Christmas time available ever
when ten-foot snowdrifts blocked --. For those w
the rails hetween here and Chicago '- ~-- or whose fin

nts are flying home fis'
he destinations be- mu
y special air service vat
men and women, al- to
are expected to re-th
7efore this evening. In the
Ae regular bus sched- fist
n travel bureau an- !of
pecial Greyhounds to IF.
y, via Canada. Spec- fisc
and, Pittsburgh, Chi- an
Louis are expected to
about 200 more, inak-'
nearly 1000 who will D
rest by means of gas-
tation.
Toledo buses are run-
ree to five extra sec- L
while Detroit passen- '--
nding transportation in
y half hour. na
ho live too far away shE
ancial standing is at ly.

nty, had complained to state
nservation department of illegal
hing and spearing in his com-
.nity. George Hogarth, conser-
tion director, asigned. three men j
investigate the report.
The three deputies, according to,
eir report today, found two 'me-
hing on tihe Byron mill pond, oneI
them was Burt. The other was
A. Curtis. Their boat was con-'
cated and they were' fined $50'
d costs each.
runken Witness Gets
20 Fine and 20 Days
(BR Associated Press)
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky, April 10
F. H. Long, prosecuting witness
a theft case, sailed into crimi-
l court here today with several
eets in the wind and listing bad-

IN TRY FOR RECORD
(By Associated Press)
DAYTONA BEACH, April 10.-
Fine mist, which collected on the
windshield of Kaye Don's Silver
Bullet machine and obscured his
vision prevented the British racing
champion from attaining a speed
of more than 182 miles per hour
in his unsuccessful attempt to
break the straightaway speed rec-
ord.
Don said the mist water was
kicked up byhthe nearby surf or
splattered against the windshield
when he was forced to drive
through a thin sheet of water near
the end of the officially measured
mile. He said he 'would take the
machine on the course again
about 10 a. m. tomorrow, to make
an assault on the record of 231
mnie an honr. established here' a

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