D A IL Y
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1930
S M [[UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT TO CONVENE TOMORROW MORNING
UNDER NEWLY APPOINTED CHIEF JUSTICECHARLES EVANS HUGHES
TO SUB IT PLANS .*..'..
Suggested Change Would Allow1
Tryouts More Opportunity
SIMILAR TO UNION PLAN1
Committee on 'Reorganization
Suggests Abolition of
Approval of the plans for a nirit
system for the organization of the'
Student Chri'stian aassociation is
expected when the reorganizationj
committee submits the proposal at
the meeting of the Cabinet Tues-
day evening, according..to .a report
made yesterday by Fenelon W.
Boesehe, '31, chairman of the com-
The proposal which is similar to
the one recently adopted by the
Union in a campus vote, will be inI
the nature of an enactment in the:
By-taws of the association, if1
passed by- the -Cabinet:.
High Offices Included. r
Since the proposed plan provides7
for the appointment of the presi-
dent ahd secretary of the' organi-
zation by the Board of Control
strictly on a merit basis thus tend-
ing to greater efficiency and inter-
est in the work not to mention
greater attraction, for tryouts, the
Cabinet is expected to approve the
The organization of the associa-
tion under the new plan would
consist of a Board of Control com-
posed of two faculty members, the
retiring president and secretary
anc, three students who 'have been
nominated by the Cabinet elected
by a campus vote.
In addition to the, chairman, of
the five major committees, Open
Forum, International, Convoca-
tions, Student Relations, and
Freshmen, the Cabinet will be
composed of otlr students ap-
pointed by the presi'dent including
representatives from all other re-
ligious organizations in Ann Arbor.
By this arrangement these outside
activities will find a means of ex- -
pression thrqugh the Student
The features of the proposed re-
organization plan are many. More
tryouts are expected this semester'
than in years past in view of the
fact that opportunity .for advance-
ment would be offered. The ar-
rangement also would remove the
position. of :the presidency from the
ballot in the annual spring elec-
Professor Dow Says
Dr. Iorga Is ;Noted
Roumnia~o~ticin~ RYOTS IS ISSUED
Discussing Dr. Nicholas Iorga,
prsdn'fteUnvriyo l-Engineerig Publication ,Ofers
prsdncfteUiest fB-(harest. who will speak here at 4:15 journalistic Chance to
o'clock Monday in Natural Science Incoming Freshmen.
Auditorium, Prof. E. W. Dow, of the
history department, stated, "Dr. NEW STAFF APPOINTED
Iorga, who is known as a leading S e r n ado
Students are encouraged to tty
politician, scholar, and journalist inof
Roumania, his mother country, can . , a
be classed as one of the most vig-epublication of the engineering col-
.r lege, says L. Verne Ansel, '31r, ed-
rusand outstanding historians' .
now living." The Roumanian writ- A new staff was appointed at a
er, brought here under the auspices recent meeting, and with the open-
of the history department, will talk ing of the new semester many
freshmen and sophomore engineors
on Peasant Democracies in outh-are needed to work on the editorial
eastern Eadrope."!and business departments of the
Professor Dow, in relating facts 4 magazine,
concerning Dr. Iorga, told of the In speaking of the advantages of-
wide variety of activitied carried on fered to tryouts the Technic says
by the historian. At home, Dr, editorially, "The Technic offers
Iorga is known as "Prince of the many opportunities for engineering
students who are interested hi e±-
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The United States Supreme Court will reconvene tomorrow mor-i on account of illness, was followed by a stormy session in the Senate
,Ling in Washington under the newly appointed Chief Justice Charles where the appointment of Hughes led to a seven-hour debate before the
Evans Hughes, formerly secretary of state and prominent presidential statesman was confirmed. Among those who held out against the
candidate, who was recently chosen by the administration to fill the present Justice was Senator Couzens of Michigan. Senator Vandenberg
post formerly occupied by William Howard Taft. Taft's resignation, voted in the affirmative.
Vinage. 1c con l uc a mission
school for students of different na-
tionalities, the purpose of which is
to give a broader outlook on life.I
Dr. Iorga also heads a popular uni-
versity patronized by the late King
of Roumania. Further evidehces of
his versatility are shown in that he
has a printing establishment of his
own, and a museum containing rare
displays of Roumanian and other
European art. Honorary degrees
have been awarded hiin by.the un-
iversities at .Leipzig, Strasbourg,
and Lyon, as.wel as membership in
the Roumanian Academy.
Dr. Iorga has come to, America
at the invitation of Clubul Nicho-k
lae Iorga, a fraternal society, andk
is now conducting a national col-
lege lecture tour. .
tra-curricular activities. Many1for-
mer staff men have gone into the
journalistic field with technic zl
publishing companies after gradu'
The Technic is the oldest student
publication on the campus. It was
established in 1882. It is also the
oldest engineering publication in
the Engineering College Magazines
IAssociated, a national organization
of technical college publications.
I PEROSI DIES.
(By Associated Press)
VATICAN CITY, Feb. 22-Cardin-
al Perosi, secretary of the consistor-
ial congregation, died today at the
age of 68 after a general blood in-
fection. His death leaves the col-
lege of cardinals with 28 Italians
and 33 foreigners.
Professot of Political Science
to Address Campus Forum.
Prof. Arthur W. Bromage, of the
political science department, will.
be the principal speaker at an all-
campus smoker sponsored by, the
Adelphi House of Representatives,
at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening
in the Adelphi room on the fourth
floor of Angell hall. The smoker
is .open to all who are interested,
a special invitation being extended
to freshmen and students entering
the University the second semester.
All ~ien students on the campus
are eligible for membership in
Adelphi, which is the oldest foren-
sic organization in the University,
officers announces. Visitors are al-
ways welcome at the weekly open,
I sessions of the society. All appli-
cants for membership are required
to deliver a five-minute try-oiut
speech, on any topic, before the
House. Applications will be receiv-
ed : at the smoker Tuesday night,
and any who wish t6 deliver thei'r
tryout speech will be permitted to
do so immediately after the open
Gold Field in Alaska Creates ST.LOUIS D
Stampede to Rich Strike at 40 Below ZeroI
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(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22.-From
the far reaches of the Yukon River,
where the temperature hovers
around 40 degrees below zero, the
terse staccato of a telegrapher's
key has brought a vivid picture of
Alaska's latest gold strike.
"Richest gold strike in history
this camp struck at Poorman a few
days ago--every man in the whole
vicinity that can get transportation
of any kind going or gone-tem-
perature 40 below zero-Poorman
every cabin . crowded, the one
roadhouse and store filled to ca-
pacity-all mining plants closed
down-all rushed to stake in ground
at new discovery-panning out un-
usually well-visited prospect shaft
-told to pan for ourselves-tem-
perature still 40 below zero-broke
piece, held pan with dirt into tub
boiling water to thaw out-panned
finding about two dollars ninety-
six cents worth fine looking washed
gold in two pans."
Thus reports to the army Sergt.
William N. Growden, signal corps
operator at Ruby, Alaska, who was
bitten so hard by. the gold bug that
he asked and received five days'
leave, traveled 29 miles a day by,
dog team with an Indian guide to
reach the discovery grounds only
to find them: virtually all staked.
.But he went on: WILL Ell tIl LIIL
"Next m'orning accompaniedI
Mike Kovas, original discoverer, to Dr David Barr Comes on Alpha
Butte Creek, only one not yet Omega Program Series.
staked. Heavy clothing and stren- I
ucus hill climbing on snowshoes Comprising the second of the
somewhat painful-pretty much in Alpha Omega Alpha series of medi-
but kept going-returned to hpme cal lectures, Dr. David Barr will
,amp across two divides convinced speak 'on "Pathological Calcifica-
what frost must have shove up tion" Tuesday night at 8:00 o'clock]
those divides a few thousandeet in the Natural Science Auditorium.I
higher than when we crossed themr Admission is fifty cents or a series
in themonin Had fine moose ticket.
sntedmorning. S eotef . Dr. Barr is chief of the Medical
steak dinner waiting. Some of the Staff at Barnes Hospital, St. Louis.
''nort~ b lo l lyfr7n harl d~r d ---
Hark To His Master's Voice! Saying
GOTo UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
For Everything Musica
par y htad ady Vrozen an s ana
frost through parka jumper.
. "Next morning went over to Dia-I
mond Creek and staked claims on'
ground overlooked by others. Hopet
it is good but..don't know yet."
Sergt. Growden reported the re-
turn trip and was careful to add:?
"No messages on file when I re-
turned Ruby and only has been
filed since so no i'nconvenience ex-
perienced by patrons." He added
the suggestion that it "looks as
though construction days at new
find might repay temporary sta-
tion there." wh
He concluded with the caution,
however, that the cost would be
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among the best in the 'State The
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play. See and hear thedizzy
whiirl of love,. mtarriage, 0i-
vorce in fashione's pleasure
An emoire of ghost vessels with a strange population of castaways
ruled over by a giant brute-and with a law among them that every
woman must choose a mate within a day. A talc of Adventure. Romance,
Love like you've ntver seen before.
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Now you can see
Hear them talk.
hotter and funnier
'The Cock Eyed World"
cinating, people you read
about in the newspapers
and rotogravure sections,
You LIVE with these thrill-
hungry sons and daughters
of millinaires. II the mar-
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Beach, the Riviera, Deau-
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Edith Wharton's Revealing Novel
Spectacular! Daring! Thrilling!
Mary Brian Fredric Mardh
Lilyan Tashman Huntley, Gordon
Kay Francis William Austin
and six of the most adorable children
Direc ed by Lothar Mendes
of society's smart set.
continuing his cockeye&
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