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VOL. XL. NO. 148 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1930 EIGHT PAGES

PRICE FIVE CENTS

MICHIGAN TO
CHICAGO IN SE
CONFERENCE I

ACrEANGELL STATES HONOR RESOLUTION!
WAS PASSED BY FACULTY IN 1921;
DNs b uef a resolution passedwould be allowed to do so in a dif-
4M , y he acutyof the literary co- fr om
leewih losth 1s There was nothing in the reso-
j~ Eof a hoor sstemto limtedlution that would limit its applica-
extent, in that college, was made tion to any period of time, and it
yesterday by Prof. Robert C. An- would still allow the use of an
Favored gell, of the sociological depart- honor system under the same con-
eak ment. Prof. Angell was 'chairman diintdy
eak of the student committee which dition today.
brought the matter before the fac- ligh n susion concering the,
uly oblig t ie isso hav ringan hnor
PITCH The plan approved at that time ossibilitiesh t havinh r
i~cf~min#h ltPr~v lpy Igehnl-,

CAPTAINS ELECTEDIFES
FOR LOWER CLASSI
ANNUAL RIVALRIES

S DEFENDS -
JUDGE PARKER wo Convicts Injured
As Guards Turn Guns
on Ohio Prison Rebels

Maize
in

and Blue Nine
Contest With W
Maroon Team.

Sophomores Named John Hubly;
Bauss Is Re-elected by
Freshmen.
WILL DECIDE ON RULES

Penitentiary Inmates Cowed by Show of Force;
National Guard Officer Given Charge

MONTAGUE WILLa

of Jail Break Mutiny.

..

Wolverines Show Improvementj
in Batting, Fielding Since
Southern Trip.
Bft Edward L. Warner.

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" permttedstudnts n clssescorn -- - -- -s v"' _____ jioa?' >v{:}; ..
permitted students n classes com- lowing the recent appearance of:
posed of a majority of seniors and arguments for and against the Traditional Games Will Occur
graduates to petition for the honor plan in the "campus opinion" col- Friday Afternoon and
system. The professor in charge! umn of The Daily. .
of the class was allowed to accept One of the "campus opinions" Saturday..
or reject the petition, and any stu- which opposed the system on the
dents wishing to take the examin- I:rnds that ith o em fird;

iy Wau .. V . jv iu aaoa luaV VIU 1
Dick Montague fas been nom ation under the proctoring method the engineering college was an- petitionreshtween t he sopaionea
mated to face Chicago in the sec- swered yesterday by Prof. A. D spring games Friday and Saturday
ond Conference game of the season reMoore who is n charge of the sys- being noted in the manner in
at 4:05 o'clock this afternoon on" sn which the two classes are organ-
south Ferry field. The Maroons will r e on t t a izing and developing a bitter spirit
Invade Ann Arbor with a weak hit- 1T O showed tht they had suspected but of rivalry, following the election
ting club that has dropped both ofi less than one per cent of cheating yesterday of class catains.
its two Big Ten games to date, now 1 llvamong the students and thatiby John Huby, '32, who was elected
sharing the cellar position with I far the greater majority of them leader of the sophomores yesterday
Purdue in the standings. Ethics of Law' to be Subject would argue strongly for the con- afternoon has already issued a call
Michigan Has Improved. T'A tinuance of such a plan. for all second year men to parti-
Coach Fisher's nine, having ocipate in the games, and reports
shown a complete reversal of form in Alumni Hall. that his class will be out "with
since returning from the southern -blood in their eyes" in hopes of re-
training trip, will be a favorite to WILL CONCLUDE SERIES venging its defeat last fall at the
chalk up its first Conference vic-! __hands of the freshmen.
tory of the season at the expense In the last of the series of All- Bauss to Lead Again.
have improved both in batting andI t.h a s i P TOthe first year men to victory last
fielding, while the hurling staff has Student Christian association, Prof. fall, will again captain the fresh-
limited the opposition to five runs E. R. Sunderland of the Law school Scabbar'd and Blade Will Hold men, his class mates decided at an
in the last 30 innings of play. The will speak on the subject "The organization meeting last night.
showing of the Varsity in the Ethics of Law" at 4 o'clock tomor- Dinner in Order to Pay Bauss will select his assistants to-
Syracuse series was especially row afternoon in Room D, Alumni Tribute to Members. day to aid in the developing of
gratifying to Wolverine fans. Memorial Hall. His discussion is class spirit for the gaes. The
Michigan's lineup will remainCMemoriEYaTl.BEsPREcussisophomore captain, Hubly, named
practically the same as it has been expected to serve as a follow-up to COOLEY TO BE PRESENT 'his assistants last night. They are
constituted in the three home many of the subjects discussed at .Leo Brown, '32, who has led the
games to date. The only position in preceeding meetings of the series. Preceding the Military Ball to be class in two previous games, and'
doubt is right field, which may be Following an introductory pre- held from 9 till 2 o'clock on Fri- Sidney Raike, '32.
occupied by Eddie McCormick or sentation of the subject, Professor day night in the Union, Scabbard Leaders to Meet Today.
Bill Langen, both sophomores. Har- Sunderland will call for response in and Blade, national honorary mili- Leaders of the classes will meet
old Myron, regular shortstop, has the form of questions from the aud- today with the Student council
reported again for practice, but it ence. Considerable discussion is tary society, will hold an initiation'committee in charge of the games
is doubtful if his ankle will be in expected, according to a statement banquet at 7 o'clock in the Union to agree upon rules for the com-
shape for play against the Ma- made by Fenelon W. Boesche, '31, in honor of the new members. For petition. The underclass struggle
roons. chairman of the Forum committee, the first time, the announcement will consist of nine events, five of
Ohio scored 'on- Loose Fielding. itmotetamesnoftheew memh which wibe besFridayafterioon at.
Montague, the Wolverine moun d-,itiut ? , er~taieo tenmsofte~w ~mesthe Hurn flyr and te.remainde
choce, pitched welline mohis u'nit group o( students in n effort .to will be made at midnight during hSaturday morning on South Ferry
Big Ten start against Ohio last determine the subjects pertinent to the ball. Dean Mortimer E. Cooley, field.
wekJodn h ukyst he student interests requested that I -is
Week, holding the Buckeyes to three this subject be discussed who has accepted an honorary The freshmen will meet previous
h i t s . O h o s t r e c u t rIl
s Ohio's three ounters all came Plans are being made to hold the embership in the organization to each day's activities. on the
Plan ar b e ng ade to old th ep as a r sul of loo e feld ng:U nion steps and w ill m a rh to the
Chagsof asen wfllyg wa forum that was scheduled for May will deliver the principal address Uneof ste, probably accom-
Chicao ha bee woeullyweak13,but called off at the last minuteI at the banuetseeo ate poal co-
with the stick this season, register- due to the sudden illness of the I h a . panied by the class band organ-
ing only 10 hits and a single run in 'dek to thdn ln y ofR th The motif for the decorations for ized last fall. The sophomores wili
two Conference contests. Indiana . speker, on Thursday, May 8. R. the ball will be built around scenes assemble each day at Waterman
IW..McLain, chaplain of the Michi- taken from official staff hoto- gmaim
trounced the Maroons in the open- gan State prison, will speak on the kp -gymnasium.
er, 7-1, holding them to four hits,(same subject that was to be dis- graphs of the defense of Verdun.
Chicago commited six misplays in cussed at the earlier meeting, if according to Cadet Captain Robert Episcopal
thi gae.bas Fida Smmefild stisacory arangmets reWhitworth, '30. The orchestra, Art'E isoal Iinister
of Wisconsin shut out the Midwe satisfactory arrangements are Kassel and his Castles in the Air,' Des be A
nine 4-0limitin them tdy made. Since it would deal with the will be placed behind barbed wire' cribes Aittitude
nie 4, g o six psychology of the criminal, it is entanglements.
safeties. Cexpected that considerable interest eanyleents. Toward Paternalism
Urban to Pitch for Chicago. wilb!hw fsc ujc Many relics of former battles .
ag. will be shown if such a sahject have been loaned to the Military:
Captain Holahan at shortstop were discussed.
and Wingate, the catcher are re- epartment though the courtesy of Advocating an ultimate control
garded as the best batters among NC1L1 the army and navy posts in the 1 of moral issues by the student him-
the invaders. Olson at second base Noted Speaker Will I vicinity of Chicago,"and will be self and university administrative
has also shown ability as a hitter. About lac at the ballroom will control in only academic matters,
hask aloAhwnailtuat hterMedical emulate a battle field. Rv hmsHriassatrc
Marshall Fish, the first baseman, Aufe icketpiced .0Rev. Thomas Harris, assistant re-
Was a star guard on the Maroon f V e ikt, rcda 50 r or of St. Andrews Episcopal
basketball team.dBill Urban will be Quackeries Tonight still available, and may be obtain- church, said in an informal talk
the likely hurling choice for Chi- side desk the Unio lbb tee on "Paternalism in a University"
cago. He struck out five Indiana Dr. Maurice Fishbein, noted lec- day between and 3 o'lo bby every given before the Round Table club
men and six Wisconsin players in turer, author, and editor of the ae k.lastnght in the Women's League
his two starts, but he received rag- journal of the American Medical I Favors, checks or invitations must that he did not characterize the
ged support. He has had two year's Associat-ion, will speak at 8 o'clock be presented at the door to receive jpresent administration at Michigan
experience. Tim Knowles, a south- this evening in Natural Science a favor. A $55 article, the nature and at other colleges and universi-
paw, is another pitching possibility.I Auditorium, lecturing on "Quacks o which has not been disclosed, ties throughout the country as be-
LINEUPS and Quackeries." The lecturer has wile awarded as a grand prize- ing paternalistic," but that he
Chicago Michigan been brought to Ann Arbor under could see a trend - a dangerous
Holshan, ss, Butler, rf. the auspices, of the Hillel Founda- ISpeech Department trend-in that direction.
Johnson, If. Superko, 3b. tion. Rev. Harris described two types
Fish, 1lb. Tompkins, cf. Dr. Fishbein, in editing the off- Opens Drama Series of attitudes - the liberal and the
Wingate, c. Hudson, lb. cial organ of organized medicine in i paternalistic. The University of
Bluhm, rf.- Straub, 2b. f this country, has acquiied wide re-(--Mihgnhexpaedsow aI
Cahill, cf. Daniels, ss. nown for his continuous and de- Prof. Davis Edwards, of the Un- oMichigan, he explained, shows a
Tipler, 3b. Truskowski, c. " termined attacks' on all types of iversity of Chicago, presented "The reasons for ernalism he
Olson, 2b. Langen or medical frauds. Besides publishing King's Henchman" at the Lydia the university and elsewhere, Rev.
Urban or McCormick, if. 1 his exposes of "quackeries" in the Mendelssohn Theatre last night as Harris declared it was to a great
Knowles, p. Montague medical journal, he is a constant the first reader of a series of four e pretr
Kn _w _ps, p. Mntg_ p writer on the subject for such per- recitals sponsored by the speech de- extent due to outside pressure
iodicals as "The American Mer- partment. A review of "The King's brought on by the protracted ado-
Union Aquatic Contest cury" and "Forum." I Henchman" will be found in the :escent activities of a great many
Begins This Afternoon Noted nationally for his scintil- Music and Drama column, on page college students who, living a priv-
Be is Ths A ternon)leged life more or less free from
lance as a speaker,Dr. Fishbein is four.
comiping a leoture tour of uni- The second dramatic recital is economic responsibilities, spend
The first day for swimming in versities in the east and central scheduled for next Tuesday, when four years at college at the ex-
the Union's 10-mile swim contest section of the states, discussing, Prof. Gertrude E. Johnson, of the pense of their parents and the
is set for today. All contestants besides his present lecture topic, speech department at the Universi- state merely to have a good time.
will be watched by executive com- "Mental Dynamite" and the "Pro- ty of Wisconsin, will give an inter- Such students, he said, must conse-
mIttememersNotiore tmnst' conet-
mittee members, Not more than longation of Life." pretive reading of "The Ivory Door," quently be subjected to "parental"
one-half mile per day nor less than "Medical Follies" is Dr. Fishbein's by A. A. Milne. , supervision.
one-quarter mile at one time may most popular book on the dangers
b e m All men to conmplete the and absurditiesr inear-aimedicine, COL ED CERE IGWIL G
-0-mile distance will have their as found in his researches; his lt-esu.Almnt opeeteadasriisi ermdcn,!C LOR~itED COVER DESIGN WILL GR
names engraved on the permanent est work, publishedtby Lippincott, NUMBER OF GARGOYLE T
trophy in the natatorium while the is "An Hour on Health."INU B R OGAOY E T
first ten to finish will receive ,,
medals. G
Bridge Tourney Finals Gargoyle is not "asleep at the just what the coming of spring
to be Played at Union switch" even though the beautiful means, even though everybody al-
Student Nurse Leaves tobIPae
_girl which graces its cover is. On ready knows just what it means.;
Hospital After W reck All remaining games scheduled the contrary, Gargoyle is very Claire St. Claire (this is not a
fr thUnin's annualb hridae much awake and will nnnar on typographical error 1is the beauti-

Senator Simon D. Fess
Representative from Ohio, who
cae forward in defense of Judge
Jo J. Parker of North Carolina
in a debate today.
SENATE DEBATES

C)lU MIl'i. \pril 0--Rlood was spilled today in Ohio peniten-
Liary, scene of disorders since iaster. olay night when a lire took the
lives ") 2O ConviCts, as revolting prisoners mllade a mass attack on the
harred doors leading from the \\I ite City idle house. ("iluns in the
hands of prison ,guiards selt bullets into the ranks of the mutineers,
woundln5 two Convicts, one seriously.
.s it cowed by this shov of determination on the part of officials
to 1ut down the mliutiiiV. the revolting prisoners quieted iitimediately,
and tonight the situatioln was in control of the Ohio national guard,
the first itme i a week that the authorities had all of the prisoners
under their donination.

I imboldtenled
and orders for a
suddenly to mutii

by the fact that they had disregarded all prison rules
Week, the "passive resistance" convicts today decided
ny. iheir decision cnte just as Gov. M2yers Cooper
®had ordered that their revolt he

DRAMATICS CLUB_

suppressed at once, and officials an(l
('uardsmen were planning to enter
the cell blocks to force the cOnvicts
into subirsion

Convicts Rush Doors.
The quiet of the penitentiary was
'broken when scores of the revolt
Nominee Tryouts for Comedy Club Will leaders massed on the ground
Senator Borah Attacks I floors made a concerted rushfor
in Lone-handed Argument Meet Next Week for for aeacnetdrs o
Due- dthe guardroom door through which
Due to Labor Issue. First Reading. thed had to pass to gain the out-
side. They threw clubs and other
JUDGE'S VERDICT HELD MUST PRESENT SKETCH I missiles breaking the guardroom
_windows. Warned to get back, the
Asoca dPrrss) Comedy Club, campus dramatic ! infuriated convicts refused. In-
WASHINGTON, April 29.-With organization, will hold spring try- s santly, automatic rifles and shot-
doubtful votes admittedly holding outs for membership from 4 to 6 from the cell block runways.
the balance of power, the Senat i'clock Wednesday, May 7, and The mutineers dropped to the
mixed an exhaustive debate today T:l ,lrsday, May 8. The place for floor until the firing ceased. They
over the nomination of Judge John the tryouts will be announced later, then resumed their assault on the
T. Parker of North Carolina to -the3Richar - S. Cole, '30, president of barred door. Again the guns spoke
Supreme Court. ar icanRthoanization, sa, lasidht.o and the convicts retreated. As
Senator B o r a h, Republican,h, quickly as it started, the fight end-
Idaho, conducted a lone-handed at- Applicants for membership should ed. The wounded were rushed to
tack upon -th-e nominee. He asked commit top merory - short sketch the hospital, one having been shot
his rejection because of a decision from any play. The reading should ' through the lungs. Two guards,
wihich he contended upheld the be from 3 to 5 minutes long. All wohdbe edpioesb h
labor contracts whereby employersapcants wllmeetwithe me- convicts were quickly released.
bind employees not to join unions. awHaubrich in Charge.
Administration Republicans came bers of the club on Wednesday aft- Col. R. F. Haubrich, Ohio nation-
to the Parker defense in the after- ernoon. Those whose ability war- al guard, was placed in charge of
noon, with Senators Fess of Ohio; rants will be called back for the the situation within the prison
Gillette of Massachusetts, and second tryouts on Thursday after- shortly after the shooting termin-
Hastings, of Delaware, insisting noon- ated. He mounted machine guns in
that Parker in his labor decision Persons refused membership in the yard and then marched the
upheld the law as laid down by the the fall tryouts, held last semes- revolters to the dining hall, for
Supreme court. Senator Borah de- ter, are eligible to compete mi these their noon meal. They had had no
nied this and accused Parker intyouts, ole said last nightudte breakfast. When they returned to
turn of ignoring the Supreme court must be scholastically eligible for their cells they were quiet and or-
and going beyond it in his decision extra-curricular activities. derly.
upholding an injunction restrain- The tryouts next week be for Within the prison yard, guards-
ing the United Mine Workers from membership on the basis of dra- men tonight were erecting a barb-
soliciting memberships among em- matic ability only. Tryouts for ed wire stockade, with steel build-
ployees of the Red Jacket Coal membership on the basis of techni- ing in the center. Eighteen foot
Company in West Virginia who cal work will be held at the time telephone poles were being sunk
had signed contracts not to join of the next production. into the ground and upon these
the union ____________;will be strun the parbed wire. To-
It was the contention of Borah n morrow morning the revolters are
that Judge Parker's decision denied Wind Sweeps Cloud !to be placed in the enclosure and
unions the right even to employ!I guardsmen, with machine guns,
peaceful persuasion against the con- - Away; Astronomers will guard the four sides of it. The
tracts. He said the Supreme court I convicts will be kept in the stoc-
in the 1921 Tri-City case had held Study Suns Eclipse kade until the idle house cell locks,
that labor unions were legal and all broken by the prisoners, are re-
therefore had the right to solicit (By lAsso.iated Prrss) paired. Then they will be marched
membership by peaceful persuasion. SAN FRANCISCO, April 29. - back into the block there to be
Consequently, he contended, that photographs of a celestial pheno- locked in and disciplined.
Parker had ignored the Supreme Peothcph se o then b
court. menon, the eclipse of the sun by
Senator Overman, Democrat, the moon, were available to poster-ICercte Francais WVill
North Carolina returned to the ity today, thanks to a roaring wind Close With Two Plays
Parker defense with telegrams
from Parker and others denyingIhPrefaced ley a short talk by Prof.
charges that the nominee as a gov- swept aside a black cloud which Henri Chamard, visiting professor
ernment prosecutor in war frauds had obscured the view. of French literature, the Cercle
cases, withheld testimony tending The black cloud, apparently Francais will climax its season's
to prove the innocence of defend- formed by mist in the frigid air, activities with the presentation of
ants. "Les Precieuses Ridicules." bMo-

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Angell Shows Flaws
in Specialized Study
(Rv Associated Press )
CHICAGO, April 29.-James Row-
land Angell, president of Yale Uni-
versity, told Chicago alumni at a
dinner Monday night that "Amer-1
ican universities have gone as far
as they can without doing damage
in specialization."

startled scientists and their avia- ILX I
liere, and "Le Mystere d'Adam," to-
tor asistants along - the line of t morrow night at the Lydia Men-
tality, stretching eastward across delssohn theatre.
the Sierra mountains from just Professor Chamard, whose mod-
north of San Francisco. Shouts of ern French translation of the 12th
bitter disappointment greeted the century religious drama, "Le Mys-
dar dotch pb t a oment g ate r ah I tere d'A dam " w ill be used as the
dark blotch,. but a moment fLter a'text of the play, will explain the
strong wind swept the cloud away ; nature of the piece and of its char-
and scores of cameras photograph- I acters, and will interpret its exact
ed the eclipse. place in the theatre of the middle
As the moon moved across the ages.
face of the sun, astronomers of Incidental music in the form of
Lick observatory and other scient- ! singing Latin hymns to maintain
fists obtained an almost unobstrucs- ! the religious atmosphere will be of-
ed view of the eclipse from vantage fered by an off-stage chorus under
points near Honey lake. the direction of Nelson W. Eddy, of
Hundreds of photographic rec- the romance languages depart-
ords were made by the expeditions. ment.
the most comprehensive ever Scenery for 'Le Mystere d'Adam,"
gathered to photograph an eclipse, designed by W. C. Titcomb, of the

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BE SOLD TODAY
at various points around the cam-
pus, gives the world the low-down
on what the Museum zoo really
contains and should put a success-

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architecturai scnool, will be rep-
resented exactly as religious plays
in the 12th century were done, with

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