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VOL. XL. NO. 144


FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1930



HIGH U 001 TDO l 1Attorney to Preside
G N thwtII at Tonight's Debate
Detroit Northwestern, Clawson

I President Alexander G. Ruthven 1I
j [P
rl Fullil adrsthe annual Inter-Guild [f
nounced last night. He has chosen
McKown, Johnston, Manning, Ifor his subject, "Elements ,f Mo- 500
Purdoni to Discuss Extra- rality."
curricular Activities. The meeting, which is considered
j__an outstanding religious event on
LM TO BE PREENthe campus, is being sponsoredby RU
FILM TOVB PRESENTED ;the Wesleyan Guildy and is being UI
supported by several other Guilds
Wittke, Ohio State History which have arranged to include the Dr. t
I-Head. Aiton to Address Social Sunday night meeting in their pro- t
grams of activity.
*Scic C h iii-nUon of +"n -ng' is -.

Recipients of Scholastic
Prizes to be Announced
at Convocation.

Named as Instructors
for School of Music



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Teams to Vie for Forensic
State Championship.
Prof. Woodward, Dean Emerson
and Dean Griffin Will
Act as Judges.
Debating teams, representing De-1
broit Northwestern and Clawson
high schools, will meet at 7:45 o'-
lock tonight in Hill auditorium to!
lecide the championship of the
Michigan High School Debating
League on the question, Resolved,
hat a judge or board of judges be
mbstituted for the jury in all trials1
n Michigan. These two trios have
survived the elimination debates in

a: e

Final Student Trial
Activities Honor
Year of Lawyers'

George E. Vincent to Speak
o Honored Students This

which over 275 schools have taken
The Honorable Wilbur Brucker,.
Michigan attorney-general, will be
chairman of the debate. The judges
will be Prof. Howard S. Woodward,,
head of the speech department at'
Western Reserve University of
Cleveland, Dean C. E. Griffin, of
the school of business administra-
tion, and Dean J. B. Edmonson, of
the school of education.
Cup to be Awarded.
The winning team will be award-
ed a large bronze cup, inscribed
with firt(place scrolls while the
runner-up will receive a similar cup
inscribed for second place. The
semi-finalists will be presented with
smaller bronze cups; the two re-
cipients are Paw Paw, which was
defeated by Clawson, and Cheboy-
gan, last year's champion, downed
by 'Det roit Northwestern. These
cup@ are awarded by the extension;
Further prizes wil be awarded by
the' De ro t i Ps, whicli is co-.
operating with Prof. 0. E. Dens-
more, head of the League, in run-
ning the contest. Gold watches will
be presented to the members of the
two fiilist teams, and the 72
schools, which entered the final
elimination- eries last winter will
receive oak wood and bronze wall
plaque trophies. All schools with
twelve points or =mre after ,the :pre-
liinary series were entered in the
elimination series.
Smith Wt' Address Group. l
The headquarters for the high
school debate delegates who will
attend the contest, as well as var-
ious conferences of speech of the
Schoolmasters' Convention, will be<
in the extension office, room 12, of<
University hall. The students will'
be addressed by Registrar Ira M.
Smith at the annual high school
student conference at 11 o'clock
this morning in Hill auditorium,
and at 2 o'clock will be taken on a
tour of the campus. Through thet
courtesy of the Michigan Athletici
Athletic association, the delegates
will receive complimentary tickets1
to the Michigan-Syracuse baseball'
game. The contest will begin at1
7:45 o'clock. Music will be furnish-i
ed by the Ann Arbor senior high!
school band, and the Jackson high
school boys' chorus.-
Marking the conclusion of a
series of convocations under the
supervision of the Student coun-
cil, the Rev. Dr. Donald Aldrich,:
rector of the Church of the Ascen-
sion in New York city, will speak at
11:00 o'clock Sunday morning in
Hill auditorium. Seniors, who will,
on Sunday, appear on the campus
for the first time with their classI
canes, will attend the meeting in a
Dr. Aldrich, who has been chosent
for the occasion because of his in-
terest in the problems of college
undergraduates and his ability as1
a liberalist preacher, is a graduate
of Dartmouth College. He took his
degree in divinity at the Cambridger
Theological seminary in Cam-
bridge, Mass.t
Dr. Aldrich is a man of consider-r
able promise, according to the Rev.s
Henry Lewis, pastor of St. An- i
drew's church, who described him
as "one of the finest young men in

to Begin

I c~ece ~~rrs~ .T fe purpose o the meetin st xtron
-bring the various religious forces
Conferences, discussions, the an- on the campus into closer contact Winners of nearly 500 awards for
nual business meeting, and a re- and to attempt to unite the groups scholastic proficiency will be an-.-
1_ _ _ _ _ception and annual dinner will fea- for the common iterests of all of nounced at the seventh annual
ture them. honors convocations at 4 o'clock
Wilbur M. Brucker the program for today of the All members of campus religious this afternoon in Hill auditorium. E. William Doty.
Attorney-general of the state of 65th Michigan Schoolmasters' Club organizations are cordially invited Appropriate exercises presided over Formerly instructor in organ at
Michigan, recently announced can- convention. The business meeting to attend. by President Alexander G. Ruthven. the University of Illinois, who has
didate for governorship, who will will take place in room D of the and including an address by Dr. been appointed instructor and as-
preside at the 13th annual Michi- Law building at 1:45 o'clock and PIT E.rrnentlfrmelyGeorge E. Vincent, formerly head sistant to Palmer Christian in the
gan High School Debating League hereception and dinner will be -i LF[IlII of the Rockefeller foundation and University School ol Music.
championship debate in Hill audi-, . the University of Minnesota, will be - --
torium at 7:45 o'clock tonight. held in the Michigan League build-RR held.
o'coc_ to jing at 5:30 and 6 o'clock. TiNIT The honored students, most of
The administrative teachers' con- whom are seniors, will ,:it in a body e e
I IIIerence will discuss extracurricular in the fore part of the auditorium.
LOU inrom 0oteThe public is invited ad all Uni- I inIIuI
activities in room 32 of the Mich- Street Scene, Pulitzer Prize versiy classes will be dismissed
T iganUnion. At 2 o'clock, Prof. Har- Winner, by Elmer Rice, Plays at 3:45 o'clock so that stu lents may
ry C. McKown, of the University of1 a Th attend. A special invitation has
Pittsburgh, will speak on the sub- ___e a .been extended delegates to theFormer Student to Teach Organ
---Schoolmasters' club convention.j and Act as Assistant
-~~ ~ect of "Extracurricular Activities," CARRIES CAST OF FIFTY Shomses lbcnetoadAta sitn
Ohio Prisoners Testify Warden lT Lu trur, headEofAthe FuT Seniors who has attained at least to Crt
Ruled Th em W ith C ruelt ; re u to apponm , wildlf talk o a "B2" average and hold rank in to Christian .
em W Cruelty, reau of appointments, will talk on Playing here for one night only, the highest ten percent of their --
Guard Captain Blamed. ( "Extracurricular Activities in Re- "Street Scene" will be offered to- classes in the several schools and WORK STARTS IN FALL
spect to Scholarship," and George night at the Whitney theatre with colleges of the University form the
RESISTANCE ORGANIZED A. Manning, of Muskegon, will tiYsmajor portion of the stuents to be E. William Doty, '27M. has been
speak' on the activities from the the original New York cast of 50honored.Many of these are also the engaged as a member of the organ
Asadcs:" standpoint of the high school peoplerecipients of other honors, as mlem- faculty of the School of Music, it
COLUMBUS, April 24. - With principal. { Written by Elmer Rice and pre- bership in Phi Beta Kappa, Phi was announced yesterday, and will
hundreds of Ohio State Penitenti- Discussion to Follow sented by William A. Brady, "Street Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma ''ake up his duties here as an in-
Discussion ll Scene" a Pulitzer prize wner, is ta Alpha Omeg tructor in organ and assistant to
ary convicts in open revolt tonight by Professor McKown, who is aSz Alpha, Coif and other societiesP zf. Palmer Christian beginnin
demanding removal of Warden professor of secondary education. considered to be one of outstand- and various fellowships and schol-i with the next academic year.
Preston Thomas, prison officials Edgar G. Johnston, of the Univer- sing dramatic sensations of the arships, likewise to be announced. Sinc' his graduation here Doty
faced the task of preventing vio- sity high school. will address the modern stage and- its appearance Freshmen and sophomores who has acte in the capacity of in-
lence after one of the most trouble- Junior High School conference in r f have attained an average equiva- structor in organ at the University
some days in the history of the in- room 103 of the Romance Langu- h loilent to at least half "A" and half of Illinois. He gave many concerts
stitution. ages building at 9:30 o'clock on the! York, several weeks in Chicago, "B" will be honored. The confer- here during his senior year, and has
Developments as an aftermath subject of "Evaluating Extracurri- and a tour which recently took th once medal for proficiency in ath- played at the Detroit Institute of
of the disaster Monday night when'I cular Activities." company through Lansing an ,eties and scholarship will Al' be Arts, Berea College, and the Uni-
318 convicts died in fire and smoke A moving picture, "The Hottest Grand Rapids announced. 1 versity of Illinois, and has given
while locked' in their cells were Flame in the World," will be shown ,r i adPalmer Christian will be organ.- recitals in various parts of the mid-
rapid. At times it was feared that in the Majestic theatre at 9:30 0'- Street Scene" is a drama of cy ist for the program this afternoon. die west.
3,000 convicts would break for lib- clock at the physics-chemistry i life, in three acts and one scene. He will play two numbers, Bach's Doty made his first public ap-
erty. conference by Irving Langmuir, as- The single set is of such detail, Prelude in D Minor, and as post- nearance as an organist at the age
Leaders of the men, however, sistant director of the General' representing as it does the front of lude, a toccata, "Thou Art the of 13, and studied theory and or-
said they intended only "passive Electric research laboratory at Yk et that Rock" by Mulet. Ian /nder Mr. H. Glenn Henderson
resistance" until Thomas' removal. Schenectady. This technical talk- e or aenemed uste- __ _for several years. He received his
Resistance included refusal to obey fing- moving picture is one of the hands to erect it, according to ad- MIMES TO SHOW thedegree "fBacheierfusict
orders or to work. In the mean- { first of its kind ever to be made { vadegreenofBachelor.of Mus
time, a proposal to suspend the Carl Wittke, head of the history Seatsma otained t herceived the degree 1
warden temporarily was placed CAittePhasAdr eso vacsifmaeotin dat the box? DX1A.KR k)IV1 PLAXY!Irom92therScooleoftMesc in 1927.f
before Governor Myers Y. Cooper. F department of the Ohio State uni-Whitney at $1.50$2.00 A.M. in philosophy and musical
Prisoners testified in Governor versity, will address the social sci- $2.50, and $3.00. Revival of one of America's great theory.
2'-classics of the stage and screen,---
Cooper's investigation that Warden ence conference at 2 o'clock in the - -lsic fte tg ndsre
Thomas ruled the convicts with Iydia Mendelssohn theatre on 'The i CAR CRASH FATAegL "Ten Nights In a Barroom" will be WcOOD DISCUSSES
crely n tatte rioer wr Iterlatio of Candia ad Un TO CT' produced by Mimes next week in
organized to continue the resis- ited States History." Prof.aArthur TO CITY F L O R the Mimes theatre. The show will FA ILY DECLINE
tance until the warden is removed. S. Titon will talk on "The New Edwin C. Flanders, 47, owner of run throgh Saturday, May 3 A
The convicts blamed guard captain Unities of American Htory. the Flanders Floral shop at 320 matinee performance is planned Dscibg the family as a unity
John Hall, aged 72 years, for the At 7:45 o'clock tonight the mem- Fast Liberty street, was fatally in- forSaturdayof interesting personalities, Prof.-
great los sof life. bers of the club, as well as the high ured Wednesday night when the The cast for the production was A. E. Wood of the sociology depart-
In the meantime, relatives of the school debate delegates, will at_ automobile in which he was riding henthnTed st erductio was ment addressed the seventh of the
prison dead continue to remove ? tend the 13th annual champion- collided with another car and Mot e Shte director of spring series of All-Campus For-
the bodies from the temporary ship high school debate. turned over at the intersection of Ishow. The company includes ums on the subject "The Break-
morgue at the State Fair grounds. Five Mile and Farmington roads. George Johnson, '30 Josephine down of the Family", yesterday
Several unclaimed bodies were to! Marley to Discuss Mrs. Flanders, a passenger in the Rankin, 30, Norma Bokelman afternoon in Alumni Memorial hall.
be buried there tomorrow at masst car driven b the forist, escaped ', Ranin '30, Norm B acgera' In discussing the subject Profes-
funeral services. Only about half Late Tolstoi Novelad with minor injuries. O'Brien, '333N EthelZolte, '31, Lynne t sor Wood pointed out that the
the bodies were claimed. The un- The Flanders, intending to visit Adams, '32, James Gerrard '32 studying of divorce statistic gave
identified dead are to be held for . H. P. Marley of the Unitar- friends in Detroit, were going east James Raymond, '33, Hobart Skid' no ight to family life and hence
several days. At the prison early Rev Aro - on the Five Mile road when an more, '32, Whitney Dixon '31 Rob- ffered no solution to the problem
thiso divorce in the present social
convits m wasiquietedebt so fterture here Tuesday, April 28, at 4:15 automobile operated by Mrs. lor- ert Wells, '32, and Harold Durf- oi Some res e oin-
convict~s was quieted but soon after e ea31Age hlnene 'Cnr,2,fNrtvlmn,'. order. Some results could be obtain-
the dnvits n th ide ho seo'clock in room 231 Angell hall, on ence O 'Conner, 28, of Northville,C man, 32. d o e e, b t d i g f ml
where praticall all ell doloc Tolstoi's booktm "Christianity and proceeding on the Farmington Seats for the performances nextd
h ee r ok en, dmand e Patriotism road, struck the rear of the Ann week are on sale at the theatre i ru ndi by egmp y the ci que
have in the d This lecture will be the third of Arbor car, causing it to overturn. now. They are priced at 75 cents f sudyn the individual hps-
lease intobntheonyard.da series of talks on various of. Tol- Mr. Flanders was reported dead for the main floor and 50 cents for chologically. he stated.
stoi's works to be given this year ,upon admittance to the Redford the mezannine. All seats for the Foi the solution of decasing
Ticket Sale for May under the auspices of the Tolstoi Branch of Receiving hospital. Mrs. matinee on Saturday are 50 cents.,: the amazing number of divorce
league. Another lecture will be 'O'Connor was uninjured and her -ceits--_hcuntry, ofeivore
Party Starts Monday sponsored by this association here machine undamaged. Waines Cno ted i this country, Professor
at 4:15 o'clock, on Saturday, May 3. Mr. Flanders has been engaged s d fimulate education in ts e home
General campus sale of tickets for in the Natural Science auditorium, in the floral business in Ann Arbor SChOOmasters Meet andubeinuaatie n i n ofefaim-
the annual Architects' May Party on the subject "Some Quaker for the past 15 years. andl rbeafrwhile discussion of ar
will start Monday, when bids, pric- Ideals." The lecture is to be given Word has been received from stily apob le the chiren are
ed at $5.50, will be obtainable at the by Prof. Rufus M. Jones of Haver- EdOpensO Washington, D. C. that L. D. Wines, still at an early age: change the
side desk in the Union lobby, and ford College, Pennsylvania. Edgewater ar pensPresident of the Schoolmasters'
also in the lobby of Angell hall, for Season Tomorrow Club, will not be able to attend the itprovide
from 2 to 5 o'clock in the after- N Cr Members annua l meeting to be held here nImore opportunties for the part
noon. it was announced yesterday. Th)r derei m F -;rinYe etime work of married women. 1

Prominent Attorneys to Speak
at Banquet and Judge Case
Group Proceedings.
Activities in commemoration of
the fifth anniversary of the found-
ing of the Lawyers' club by William
W. Cook, '82L, will begin at 2
o'clock this afternoon when the
final argument in Case club series,
junior division, will be held in the
club lounge.
The two clubs which will coma
pete in the final argument are the
Holmes and Marshall clubs, repre-
sented by Jesse R. Orth and James
H. Spencer, and Maxwell L. Rubin
and Harvey Bielfied, respectively.
Group to Make Awards.
Judgment of the case will be
rendered by a bench consisting of
the Hon. Paul Jones, federal di-
trict judge of the Northern circuit
of Ohio; the Hon. Charles R. Col-
lingwood, circuit judge of the thir-
tieth judicial circuit of Michigan;
and Arthur H. Ryall, '02L, of Es-
canaba. The Henry M. Campbell
award, consisting of $100 to the
winning counsel and $50 to their
opponents will be presented.
Culminating the celebration, a
banquet will be held in the refec-
tory at 6:30 o'clock tonight at
which time a number of 1romin-
ont members of the legal profession
will speak. The Hon. Frank J.
Loesch, Chicago attorney and mem-
ber of the National Crime commis-
sion, will be the principal. speaker.
Others who will talk are Mr. Jus-
tice Henry M. Butzel, of the Mich-
igan Supreme court, and Judge
Jones. John M. Zane, of Chicago,
will act as toastmaster.
A letter from Mr. Cook, donor of
the Club and the new Legal Re-
search library, will be read. Regent
James O. Murfin will present "bil-
lets" to seniors who have lived at
the club at least two years. The
"billets" are watch charms bearing
the club's coat of arms awarded by
the Board of Governors.
To Argue Property Case.
The case which is to be argued
in the afternoon involves testa-
mentary disposition of real prop-
erty. The testator devised a certain
Piece of improved real estate to the
Methodist church. Thereafter, and
before his death, he leased the
property for a period of years with
an option in the lease giving the
lessee the right to purchase the
property at the end of the term.
Before the end of the term the
lessor owner died and at the end
of the term the lessee exercised
the option.
The question in the case is
whether or not the purchase money
shall go to the Methodist church.
The contention of the next of kin
of the testator being that by rea-
son of the leasing of the property
subject to the option to buy, the
testator had manifested an intent
to revoke the devise and, therefore,
the proceeds should go to the next
of kin.
Cane Day parade, the first of the
annual series of senior ceremonies,
will be held Sunday morning in-
mediately after the Convocation in
Hill auditorium. All members of
senior classes in the various schools
and colleges of the University are
expected to attend the Convoca-
lion, which is scheduled to begin at
11 o'clock.
The parade will follow no formal
course, it is announced by Justin
Way, chairman of the Cane Day
committee, but will resemble the

so-cal led Easter fashion parade.
Seniors will stroll the campus in
i'oups, and walk to the various
i aternity houses and campus eat-
,g places, for the noonday meal.
Canes will be carried throughout
Sunday by all seniors, but there-
after will be proper only on formal

ddatgewater ParK, on the 6even s ty, rday and 6aturday of
Many tickets have been sold inElected to Fraternty Mile Road near Lahser Road, will this week.
the private sale which has been ! be open tomorrow preliminary to' Wines is a charter member of1
conducted this week in the archi- i Nine charter members were elec- the formal opening to be held in the organization, having completedj
tectural building, according to ed to the newly organized Kappa May. Throughout, the park has more than 50 years of active teach-
Robert E. Kennedy, '30A., chairman Tau Alpha fraternity, honorary been renovated, painted, cleaned i g service. He is at present teach-
of theticket committee.ljournalism society last night at the new trees set out and a wind break ing in tie Ann Arbor high school.
Negotiations with a well-knownI home of Prof. John L. Brumm, of spruce trees planted As in past The duties of president of the
practically completed, and the head of the department of jour- seasons, there will be no admission club will be taken over during
name yftd andi the-nalism. charge. - iWines' absence b ' Vice Piesident
name of the band which will fur- The new fraternity was formed E. H. Drake, Superintendent of
nish the music will be revealed for the purpose of honoring schol- schools from Kalamazoo.
_hortly. arship in journalism, and to fur-
s l~. ther the professional standards of
Patterson Recovering newspaper work. Admissionto the Pro. Onderon Talks
From Heart Affliction! society is to be based on the same o Syracuse Architects
i .. )1 r -4 T ~~tr t!T .

Angler is A prehended
Fishing for $1000 Bond!
CHICAO, April 24.-Speculators,
Leslie Marion had been told, are a
lot of fish." That gave Lerlie an
Equipped with a yardstick and
a fish hook he left New York t ;
make good in LaSalle Street. to
Marion was making good today
when Dennis Rollin, cleik in

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