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FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1930

THE MICHIGAN

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DEAN RECOMMENDS
IMPROVEMENTS IN
ADMISSION R ULES
Effinger States Dissatisfaction
With Present Requirements;E
Urges Discussion.

Members of Associated Press Convene for Annual Meeting in New T ARRoper, Jones refute
York City Under Leadership of Frank E. Noyes, Washington Editor! FOOTU UULL in Prhtion Quiz
- ---- ---.< A P P E A R F O R E T S

LILL GO
General FouleCisand Wright to
Act as Chairmen During
Annual Affair.

Tad Jones and Bill Roper Used
by Leaders as Witnesses
in Liquor Trial.
TO REFUTE STATEMENTS

(B U1- s.ociatcd IPress)
NEED UNDERSTANDING WASHINGTON, April 24. - A
smashing finish for the case against
Advises Against Introduction } y, prohibition was the objective of
of College Subjects Into "J wet leaders today as they reached
High School Curricula. the conclusion of their attack upon'
conditions under the dry laws in
"It is undoubtedly true that this otions udthry laws i
whole questio of college entrance the g ho pry o mtte
conditi n.aaver ':_Ihearings son j cayproposals that t i
requirements is in a very unsatis- 8 eighteenth amendment be repealed.
factory condition at the present ..To this end, they drew up a list
time," said Dean John R. Effinger of witnesses which included the
y at n anames of Tad Jones and William
Reuircments" which opened the? .. .h.... W. Roper, famous college football
.th annual Michigan Scrhoolmasterst- coaches, and Sir Henry Drayton,i
convention. "But it i to be hoped Associated Press Photo chairman of the liquor control
that frank discussions such as the I Officers of the Associated Press are shown above after the luncheon of the Associated Press members, held board of the provvince of Ontario,
one we are having today will lead in New York City, April 21. From left to right are: Kent Cooper, general manager; Frank B. Noyes, of the Canada. The three were presented
to a better understanding on the Washington Star, president; John Cowles, of the Des Moines Register, second vice president; and Jackson S. to refute statements made before
art of both school and university Elliott, assistaa\t general manager. the committee by dry witnesses.
authorities as to their mutual dut- --___-- -- - --- --_ __ -_--_____ .-- -_-- Meanwhile, another investigation
ies in this matter." identified with the prohibition is-
School Work Superficial. Paradise and Inferno Will be Reprosented sue was in progress at the opposite
Dean Effinger defended the ne- inISTecInfern y for Annual French y end of the capitol. There, the sen-
8cbolWok Spefiia. L~t iUr f I Lin Spoecial Scenery f beAnualFreched suae lwas ointoges tgthedpoite
cessity of maintaining some sort ofl ate lobby committee was engaged i
entrace requirements for high Special scenery representing Par- an inquiry into the activities of wet
school graduates. "The addition of Only four characters participate and dry organizations. Today, it
a large nurPber of so-called prac- ATROL H Ii UiO adise, the Inferno, and a church, in the action of "Le Mystere d'Ad~ called Henry H. Curran, president
tical subjects,-and by subjects from all on the stage at the same time, am,". God, Adam, Eve, and the of the Association Against the
I"Devil Written in verse, it is rac- PoiiinAedet oiswt
the college curriculum such as jour- Treasury Official Views Single is being constructed for the twelfthDevaWraphraserse chsp- Prohibition Amendment, to its wit
lism, play-writmg, economics, Icentury religious play, "Le Mystere Icness stand for a continuation of his
nisplywiig ecnmc, Organization as Means to i ters of the Book of Genesis which
psychology and sociology, causes OrgAdaz"tiin aslngais Mo-teal wt the B plk of Adam testimony on the organization's
the high school of necessity to deal Block Trouble. e' "Lem Prce and vea fro the Garden of Eden campaign against the dry laws.
uperficially with these subjects_ liere's "Les Precieuses Ridicules"j and Eve from the Garden of Eden. Tepeetto fJnsad
suprfiialy it thse subecs I. ~The religious atmosphere of the The presentation of Jones and!
which really require greater ma- TO ASSIST PROHIBITION' will mark the climax of the Cercle Tsr Roper was the result of the testi-
tuity and knowledge and education _Francaise's annual lecture and dra- production will be further enhanced ny befo
da ;throughout the play by a choir .mora bfre the committee bay
than a high school student can pos- (y s.catd ,) ma presentations, on May 2, at the singing in Latin. It will be station- Alonzo Stagg and Fielding H. Yost?
sess. At the same time, the intro- WASHINGTON, April 24.-Ogden Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. Design- ed offstage. Daily rehearsals of the I noted western conference football
duction of such subjects has a ten- L. Mills, under-secretary of the ed by Prof. W. C. Titcomb,. of the coaches, that prohibition had
dency to crowd out of high school Treasury, contended before a House architectural school, the purpose of two plays are being coached by o proven highly beneficial to the col-
aourses the elementary work in for- Interstate Commerce Committee these sets will be "to carry out ex- and Jean B. Cloppet, also of the lege students of the nation.
eign languages, mathematics, and dhactly the spiritual tone of the romance languages department. Ree to the os
romance languaesedepartment. Roper told the committee 'tis op
some of the elementary work i the piece, declared Prof. Rene Ta a- _ _ _'position to the dry statute as it ex-
sciences. trol proposed by the Law Enforce- mon, of the romance languages de- . ists was because I feel that the
One of the immediate results of ment Commission should be charg~ partment, director of the Cercle's Dieting Responsible cause of temperance is being hurt."
thi state of affairs is that the col- ed with the enforcement of prohi- activities. for Farm Problems Sir Henry H. Drayton defended
leges and universities are spending bition along the borders and pre- The staging of the play will be Ontario liquor control system
too large a proportion of their in- venting the entry of all persons taken in toto from the original Secretary Contends when he appeared before the house
comes each year in maintaining and merchandise over land and twelfth century manuscript, which
elementary work in French, Ger- water borders except at ports of was written in Latin. The text used, r" as.;soratd s committee.
man, work in mathematics of an entry. however, will be a modern French CHICAGO. April 24.--Arthur M.
elementary character and in almost Mills was the first witness at the translation of the original, the work Hyde, Secretary of Agriculture, sug- ?County Farm Bureau
al of the sciences, which would be hearings on the Wickersham pro- of Prof. Henri Chamard, of the gested to the Chicago Commercial Approves Income Tax
done as well if not better in the posal which was recommended to Sorbonne, who is at present con- Club Wednesday night that wide-
high schools. All this will indicate Congress Jn. 13 by President ducting two courses in French lit- u h Emphasizing the approval of a
some part of the answer I would Hoover. erature here at the University. The spread dieting is in part responsi- I state income tax if properly drawn,
give to those who would seem to He supported the Hudson bill for presentation of the play will be pre- ble for the troubles of the farniers. but declining to concede that farm
advise that students should be ad- a unified border patrol to place faced by a short talk by Professor If there were no diet experts tax relief depends more upon the
mitted to college largely on a ba- under the Coast Guard the execu- Chamard, who is expected to give I
sis of general ability and fine char- tion of the customs, immigrationj his impressions of the drama it- influencing the people in what tl ey kind of tax levied than upon the
acter. I would want these things prohibition and other laws regulat.- self, and possibly relate experiences should eat there would be no farm way in which new revenues are to
certainly, but something more, ing entry into the United States of he encountered in compiling the product surplus," said Secretary be used, the County Farm Bureau
some .,substantial acquisitions on persons and merchandise. source material of the work. H committeemen, i a meeting held
the field of knowledge gained by "A specified statutory prohibition "This play is unique," remarked recently at the Michigan Farm Bu-
hard work." of entry' into the United States, of Professor Talamon, "in that it was The Secretary declared the eco- reau headquarters, passed a set of
To Try Experiment, either aliens or citizens, in any the first play ever written in nomic tendencies of the country resolutions demanding that any
Dean Efinger then presented a manner and with or without mer_,French, and because it was the are against the farmer. The intro- new taxes which may be intro-
suggestion to remedy the present had t t mefirst play ever to be given outside duced shall be used to reduce and
chaniseexcet atdesignated ; first play everatoobebgivennoutside
situation. "A few days ago," he esad, "is aessentilas a the church. It is interesting to duction of the automobile and the equalize local tax levies, particular-
said, "a group of men representing basis if the Border Patrol is note that it has not been presented tractor on the farm has thrown into ly the school tax.
our college, and including Prof. function efficiently, since it' will im France for several centuries." disuse all the horses that were for- National legislation on the in-
Charles P. Wagner, chairman of our give the patrol a plain and simple merly used, and this, in turn, threw come tax as prepared by the Amer-
ruleto enforce, and relieve them Noted Syrian Teacher into the market all the production ican Farm Bureau was endorsed
mets met to consider the draft of aIo I as a necessary step if the main
set of entrance requirements. The o a eesst o st eng Will Speak on Arabia those acres that were formerly burden of taxation is to be shifted
day after this conference Professor and applying the customs, immi- Speak Arabiaaw.used to feed livestock, he said. from property to incomes. Opposi-
Wagner came to me to suggest that "Cgratio, ndmotherlawsn- Marie Kessab, one o the fore- "The secret of the farmers' posi- tion was threatened by the com-
iane piteo mdferencugest faopi-"Customs, immigration, uran-
in it mghturdiffer cs fo our tine and othe' officers will be sta- most educators of Syria, head of - tion," continued Secretary Hyde, mittees to an income tax or any
college to conduct an educational 'oed at the designated ports of tutions in Beirut, will speak at 15 "lies in the increased output and other new tax unless it is accom-
experiment on a large scale by entry. and the administration of o'clock Saturday , in the Natuial the decreased market, each in it- 'thatn the proceeds workable guarantee
adopting this committee's report the 'aws at these ports should. re- Science auditorium on "The New self causing -the farmer to suffer, to reduce and equalize present
after it reached its final form, and 'iain, of course, under the juris iWomen of the Arab World." This but in conjunction making the r tae.
coincidently maintain our present ditiou of ' present services." |lecture has been postponed from to- situation unbearable. In plain lan- -rm xes.
requirements and try out the plan Dulls and 9 that the points of day when it was originally to have guage, the farmer has lost his shirt .
suggested by the Michigan Educa-'entry should be designated by the been given, but doesn't know where or how. W riters HOld Meeting
tional Association, for a limited PrSiQlont. Miss Kessab, both in the British Control of production is the rem-
number of years, and under their Syrian school and in her own in- edy, he said. WISCONSIN-Annual Founders
provisions admit such students as Parker, East to Speak stitution, has had the advantage of: -- day banquet of Sigma Delta Chi,
were unable to qualify for admis- contactwithArabToHenafromnational professional journalistic
sion otherwise, for the purpose of J3ixore State Au torsh r en from Honor Von Steuben fraternity was held at the Memor-
determ ig by the comparativemnypt oheie n ial Union. Franklin M. Reck, assist-
records of the three groups of stu- Prof. D. H. Parker of the philos-I is mo on distinctly(BAssocid ant managing editor of the Amer-
dents what the merits of the new ophy department will deliver the ogressive ines, and one of her BERLIN-An elaborate memorial ican Boy was one of the chief
scheme were. Personally I would principal address at the springobjects in visiting America is to celebration of the 200th anniver- I speakers.
be in favor of such a scheme. While meeting of the Michigan Authors' get in touch with progressive edu- sary of General Frederick von Steu- -_ _
I cannot predict what attitude the } association to be held as seven o'-I cational thought in this country. ben, of American Revolutionary MAKE RESERvATIONS NOW
faculty will take on this matter, and clock Saturday, May 3 at the Book- fame, is being arranged under the I
whether on further consideration Cadillac hotel in Detroit. Aviation Record Made i patronage of President von Hin- ENT OR
the plan would appear to all in- Lawrence C. Conrad, formerly of denburg by the Carl Schurz society ANUWHOINE
terested to be the best way to meet the University rhetoric department! The Duchess of Bedford, 64 years for next fall. The honorary com- ANY STEAMSHIP
the present situation, the idea has t and now teaching at Washington of age, flew from Lympne to Cape mittee for the festivities includes TRAVELERa HEUS ETc.
many attractive aspects." university, St. Louis, is president of Town, Africa, in nine and a half the American ambassador, Freder- IE.G.KEBLER.Steamship Ag
the association. Besides Professor days, and hopes to shorten this [ick Mosley Sackett. ut & Bm s e. 401 J. Huron. ADQ Arbo
STANFORD UNIVERSITY-Thir- (Parker's speech on "Philosophy in time on the 18,000 mile return trip .
ty per cent of Stanford's co-eds are
"expericed" in lanoe," 4pers ce Poetry," Ben East, outdoor editor to Cape Town via Aleppo and So-
experienced love, 40 per cent for the Grand Rapids Press will fia.

MANY SPEAKERS LISTED
Students and faculty members of
the engineering college are regis-
tering for the fourth national meet-
ing of the aeronautical division of
the American Society of Mechani-
cal ,Engineers which will be held on
May 19-22 at Wright Field, Day-
'on, Ohio. Orville Wright and Gen-
eral B. D. Foulois will act as hon-
orary chairmen diurind the meet-
Among the prominent speakers
who will present technical papers
cvering a wide variety of m~aterial
dealing with aviation are: Mr. El-
4 mer A. Sperry, Lieut. J. Doolittle,
~ Major G. E. Brower, Prof. Wagt;ner of
Danzig, Germany, Claude Dorniei
of Friedrichshafen, Germany, Per
Orbem, Paris, and Lieut. A. F. Ha-
genberger.
These men will present papers
a covering both lighter than air and
aeroplane types. The material will
include problems of design and con-
struction practice, aerodynamics,
engine performance and fuel prob-
lems, variable pitch propellors,
Squantity production, metal plane
c cs development, flying boats, auto-
Tad Jones (above) and Bill Rop- giro, blind flying, plane travel at
home and abroad, and aerial law.
cr', famious football coaches, 'who Part of each day will be devoted
appeared yesterday before they
! lHouse arcommittee. as re-' i to inspection tours at Wright Field.
Hbuseta i or theanti-Poh- IThere will be demonstrations both
.n the extensive laboratories, and
bitinis. ~ !on the flying field. The mieeting
-will be open to anyone interested
Rese oard Explamns in aeronautics. Landing fields and
S khangar space will be provided for
JUCC O!C rash st
viioswho fly to Dayton.
WlA i~"NC N 'Aril 24.- The In order to further the under-
dASI7'R"ON. BArd, ni 24ts -e standing between college students
FeeaI-~c'e ori t n of both American and European
nual rlept t. Congress today, said universitiesaninternationalstu-
the success of the country's banks dent congres will beheldthissu m'-
_lre'_wlbeA ith s u_

in' 'meeti; tie stock market col-!
lapse 1 ti was attributed toI
'direct v:. ,..._ i ll ..:eerted to pre-!
vent diversio of i'ederal Reserve
credit for speculation during the
first nine months of 1929.
r Ie ' reviewed its state-
lnent o :. 'v'y 1929., in which it
wa irned :k Federal Reserve
credit must not be used for specu-
lation. d that in such a situ-
ation as then existed that it was
not for the _C, 'rr, l escrve board
to "estimate I e gheneral expedi-
ency of the larger public conse-
quences o itS intervention by di-
rect pressure in the complex situ-
ation existing at the : r,'

mer at Brussels, August 12 to 26,
under the auspices of the Belgium
National Union of Students,
OPTICAL
DEPARTMENT
Lenses and Frames Made to Order
Optical Prescriptions Flled

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are in love, and 70 per cent do not
enjoy kissing "for its own sake."
These are a part of the results of
a love questionnaire published in
"The Chaparral," campus humor
magazine, which failed to explain
what it meant by "experienced."1
The census of the co-eds further
showed that 90 per cent expect to
marry, 80 per cent believe in di-
vorce, 20 per cent favor compan-
lonate marriage, and 60 per cent
adore "passion."
Those lovely Italian base
table lamps with simply de-
signed parchment shades to
match will lend spring at-
mosphere and pep up some
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address the members.I
Music will be provided by a
quartette from Detroit City college,
and the whole occasion is informal.
The hour before the banquet will
be spent in renewing old acquain-;
tances. Dinner tickets at $2 fort
I members and guests may be ob-!
tained at the door, but reservations
should be made directly with the !
hotel.
Hark To His Mastc
GOTo UNIVERS
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Radios

The South African press has
prophesied the possibility of round;
trip flights to' England in ten days'.
The Ann Arbor
CURB MARKET
Will open for the season
April 26
er's Voice! Saying
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Everything Musical

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