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VOL. XL. NO. 149. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1930. EIGHT PAGES

PRICE FIVE CENTS

LUMNIi MEF
WL DRAW
NOTEDRADI
Adisory Committee an
Group Will Convene
on Saturday, May
TO INSTALL PRESI
General Conference tot
in Early Session; Ban
Scheduled for Uni
Representative alumn
coast to. coast are expecte
Arbor as guests of the U
at a general alumni confe
be held in conjunction w
annual session of the1
Alumni Advisory commit
other graduate groups on
day, May 3. More than 5
bers of the advisory commi
many other alumni have
President Ruthven of thei
tions of participating in t
activities
Acceptances have alrea
received from such men a
James R. Dean, '85LLB, of
preme Court of Nebras
James M. Swift, '95, '25LLM
Boston, former attorney ge
the state of Massachusett
possible that another
court justice, John E. R
'79LLB, '27LLD hon, may
here.
Inaugurate New'Presid
Inauguration of a new p
and renewed activity in the
association program are t
sons for this gathering of
ates from all parts of the
Those attending as guests
University will participa
general conference Saturda
ing and a luncheon at th
at noon. The afternoon
spent in entertainment of
sorts Including a ball g
Mimes production and go
day's activities will conclu
ttendan at the annual
of' the University of Michig
of Ann Arbor where P
Ruthvei and President
Mather Lewis of Lafayette
will speak.
Included in the graduate
ization activities for the w
be the annual spring me
the Board of Directors, the
meeting of the Class Office
cil and a session of the
Advisory committee und
chairmanship of Dexter M
Senior class officers wil
the annual opportunity of
in contact with class off
other years even as far bac
class of '71 if they accept t
tation extended to them to
the annual luncheon me
the Class Officers Council
Union, Saturday, May 3, to
in connection with the
meetings.
Senior Officers Will Att.
Interested graduates of
from '71 to '29 have alrea
fied the council of their att
at the annual meeting and
to acquaint the present gra,
class officers with the wor
the group and of the Alu
sociation in general they ha
invited to the noon meet
given the additional priv
purchasing tickets for the
banquet.

r UNOFFICIAL MARKfLRobinson to Give
II SET FORGLIDINGUTalk on History
I'ifl(By' Associated Press)
ivANY retopovd hm elwihabrjTD SPEAK BEFORE of Irish Theater
SAN DIEGO, Cal., April 30-Fai O 9 1 K 6FTKo Irs Thae
graph today robbed Jack Barstow, Lennox Robinson, noted Irish
24, of a new official world's record playwright and director of the Irish
for sustained, flight in a glider afterENational theatre in Dublin, will ad-
he had soared over Point Loma for dress the general public at 4:15
d Other 115 hours, and 13 minutes in a mot- + f'lydiatmneohateon the M
d orless sail plane, exceeding all pre- Rufus Jones, Student, Author, o k tomorrw afternon in
Here .i ious glider endurance marks. Will Deliver Three Lectures Robinson, whose subject will be
3. Barstow's remarkable perform- ( During Coming Weekend. 1 "The Story of the Irish Theatre,"
ance will stand only as an unofficial 1_will be introduced by Prof. O. J.
DENT rcard because of rules requiring WILL SPEAK AT HURCH Campbell, of the English depart-
that a baragraph be installed in ______ ment.
aircraft in order to gain official ac- Another address will be given the
be Held? ceptance of new records. Lecturer Will Relate Personal following Wednesday afternoon in
iquet The young glider expert an- I Experiences in Varied the theatre. Both appearances will
nounced, however, that if wind con- Religious Fields. be open to the general public.
. ditions are favorable he plans toe _g__ sMr. Robinson's work on the pro-
take the air, soar again, this time huduction of his own play, "The
from with a .barograph, and attempt to The Rev. Dr. Rufus Jones, for 30 Whiteheaded Boy" is progressing
d in Ann set a new official mark. years professor of philosophy at rapidly. Rehearsals are being held
niversity Barstow took off at 12:44 p. m. Haverford, Pa., college and a min- each afternoon and night in the
rence to yesterday in a new Bowlus sail ister and author especially inter- Play Production laboratory in Uni-
with the1 plane of 60 foot wing spread. He ested in Quaker and mystical ieli- versity hall. Scenery for the pro-
landed at 3:57 a. m. today, setting duction is being constructed in the
National his powerless craft down with 500 gion, will address students of the stagecraft class of the Play Pro-
tee and meters of his point of take off. The University on three occasions at- duction course.
i Satur- records succeeded are: official urday and Sunday. ( Invitations and announcements
0 mem- American, 9 hours, 4 minutes 32 and Sunday morning he will adress of the production have been sent tol
ttee and 2-5 seconds, established in March, an undergraduate body at the St. all patrons. Letters have also been
notified 11930, by Hawley Bowlus of San Die- Andrews Episcopal church. Ar- sent to the presidents of fraterni-'
r inten- go. Official world's, 14 hours, 10 rangements for the service are be- ties and sororities on the campus,
he day's minutes established two years ago ing made by the Convocations con- suggesting the procuring of a block
by Ray Schultz in Germany. Un- mittee of the Student council in of seats for the Mother's and Fa-
y offcial world's, 14 hours, 45 min- conjunctien with the Rev. Henry ther's day festivities which occur
s Justice utes, established several months ago Lewis, of that church. The pro- the same week end. The play is to
by Lt. Dinert, German glider pilot. gram will be informal and a special be given Friday and Saturday
the Su- invitation has been extended stu- nights, May 9 and 19, and Monday
ka, andiM li1 iIn dents to attend, the Rev. Mr. Lewis and Tuesday nights, May 12 and 13.
4hon, of1 11O UA stated yesterday. The box office sale of seats will
neral of WILL f 9 Will Speak Saturday Afternoon. start at 2 o'clock tomorrow after-
s. It is The Rev. Dr. Jones will likewise noon at the Lydia Mendelssohn)
supreme address students Saturday in Nat- theatre. The office will be open
tichards, f I UNDERLJ DV ural Science auditorium under ar- during Mr. Robinson's -lecture and
also be ii rangements of the Convocations until 5 o'clock. From Saturday on,
committee. His third lecture will be the box office will be open from 11
ent. Final Gathering of All-Campus given at a convocation Sunday eve- o'clock in the morning until 5
resident M tn ing at Hill auditorium. The serv- o'clock in the afternoon.,
Alumni, eeingSeries Scheduled e is under the auspices of the
he rea- for This Afternoon. Student Christian association.
gradu- , - -The Haverford college professor
country. TO DISCUSS LAW ETHICS 1s a speaker of considerable de- L U I L U
of the O _CS A E I mand, he has travelled widely and
te in a Using as his subject "The Ethics addressed many undergraduate iiV
y morn- of Law," Prof. E. R. Sunderland of groups throughout the country. He UrIfIseve
e Union the Law school will address the he author several books onI
will be last of the series of All-Campus religion. Many of these concern
berast ofrth seories of AlleCamtudn the faith and practice of the Qua- Religious Drama, Moliere Farce;
areioas Forums sponsored by the Student ker religion and new studies in; ille hwni
ame,, aChristian association at 4 o'clock) mystical religion I Wille Shown To"ght in
lf. The this afternoon In Room D, Alumni The Rev. Dr. Jones began his pri- Mendelssohn Theatre.
de with Memorial Hall. mary education at Haverford col-I
banque I -P sactdeagnd his f -f iege , _ Tdks A. B., A.M., and L.L. CHAMAD WILL SPEAK
an club cussion willVake- th lawyer's side D. degrees from there. He has like-
resident of th question and show that a wise studied at Heidelberg, the un-1da
William good lawyer has a set of very defi- iversity of Pennsylvania, Harvard Le Mystero d'Adam.' a religious
college nite principles which guide him university, Oxford university, Mar- drama of the twelfth century, and
when he is arguing a case. In other burg university, and Swarthmore I Moliere's satirical farce on the af-
organ- words there are many attornies college. fected. mannerisms of . sixteenth
eek will who receive enough enjoyment century French society, "Les Pre-
eting of 'from their work in order not to GUARDSMEN QUIET c u Rdc wc1y share-
annual resort to questionable tactics to Acieuses Ridicules,' will share hon-
's Coun- earn money. It is expected that ors in the twenty-second annua i
Alumni he will comment on the attitude of dramatic presentation of the Cercle
ter themembers of the legal profession Discipline Prevails for First Francais, to be played at 8:15
L Ferry. towards the criminal lawyers who, Time Since Easter Monda
ded thMbonkdhayf . Oclock tonight in the Lydia Men-
Llare regarded as the black sheep of .lsca~ ' I delssohn theatre.
1 have the profession. Following this in- ( AssociedPressref. Henri Chamard, visiting
coming troductory presentation of the sub- COLUMBUS, Ohio, April 30. - professor of French literature, who
ices of1ectProfessor Sunderland will call) Enforced by the strong arm of mil- is the author of the modern
k as the for response in the form of ques- itary rule, discipline prevailed in French translation of "Le Mystere
he invi- tions from the audience. Con- Ohio penitentiary tonight for the d'Adam" which has been used as a
tanged siderable discussion is expected Ifirst time since the fire that claim- text for the play, will speak brief--J
ting the since this question was requested ed the lives of 320 convicts on ly about the significance of this
at hed j by many students as one of the Easter Monday. piece in the French theatre
behl. siihiec"t.s ertinent to student in- 1my.,... --.f ~n ~ ~~f vse:E

UNION FURMULTIS
PLANS FOR ANNUAL1
FATHER,__SONS DAY
Prof. John L. Brumm to Act as
Toastmaster at Banquet on
Saturday, May 10.

STRAUB'S HITTING |0|| | ly"
AIDS WOLVERINESJT
i ....... ....MAROONS TO T K
"ri FIRST BIG TEN WIN

Five Mishaps
to Gain 4
Knowles

Help Wolverines
to 3 Decision;
Hurls Well.

ILLINOIS GAME

CARDEDI

Fraternities Plan Entertainment
in Conjunction With Union
for Visiting Parents.
Prof. John L. Brumm, head of
the journalism department, has
been obtained to act as toastmas-
ter at the Union's annual Father
and Sons banquet which will be
held in the ballroom of the Union,
Saturday night, May 10, according
to an announcement made last
night by Walter H. Reichenbach,
'30, chairman of the reception com-
mittee. The complete list of speak-
ers will be announced within a'
few days, he said.
Inasmuch as Cap Night will be
observed on Friday, May 9, and
Mother's day on Sunday, May 11,
it is expected a large number of
parents will be brought to Ann Ar-
bor for that week-end. In the past
it has been the custom for frater-
nities to co-operate with the Union
in providing a complete program
for this period. The majority of
the fraternity groups on the cam-
pus are planning extensive enter-
tainment for the visiting parents
and many houses will be represent-
ed at the banquet by large groups
of members and their fathers.
Groups to Reserve Seats.
Blocks of seats in any numb
may be reserved in order that the
various groups may attend the af-
fair as a unit. More than 15 houses
have already made reservations.
Through the courtesy of the
Athletic association, complimen-
tary tickets to the Illinois-Michi-
gan baseball game, which will be
played Saturday afternoon, will be
given- to all fathers,.purchasing
banquet tickets. In addition, the
Butterfield theatre interests will
provide passes for the Saturday
night performance at the Majestic
theatre.
Although not included on the
Union's regular program for the
week-end on Friday night, an op-
portunity will be offered visiting
parents to attend Play Produc-
tion's presentation of "The White-
headed Boy," written and directed
by Lennox Robinson, director of
the Irish National theatre, who is
here for three weeks as guest di-
rector of Play Production.

--S'r c e-- -.
Captain and second baseman of
the Michigan baseball team, whose
two hits yesterday aided the Wol-
verines in their victor y over Chi-
cago.
COUNCIL ADLSHS
Convocations to be Discontinued
as Result of Financial
Difficulties.
STUDENT INTEREST LAX
Religious convocations will no
longer be conducted by the Stu-
dent council, that body decided last
eight following the presentation of
t report by the Convocations com-
mittee recommending their discon-
tinuance. Financial difficulties in-
curred in sponsoring the affairs and
the fact that other organizations
on, the campus are meeting thel
need for services of this nature
were the reasons for the council's
decision.
The student governing body urg-,
ed that other societies continue to
sponsor convocations and resolved
to give its moral support to the
Student Christian association in
this matter. The council felt that
ithe association was the ideal body
to conduct religious services and
stated that it would give the or-
ganization whatever aid it could in
the future if the association de-
sired.
Convocations were first held by
the council four years ago and at1
the beginning of this year it form-
ed a committee of both councilmen
and other students to arrange for
the programs. Seven convocations,
with nationally known theologians
as speakers were held throughout
the year. A vote of appreciation
was given the committee, which
was headed by Stanton Todd, '30.
A noticeable decrease in student
interests in the services was cited
by the committee in its report. This
fact has caused the collections to
be so small that it was no longer
feasible to conduct the convoca-
tions, the report stated. Other or-
ganizations were actively interested
in sponsoring similar affairs, so the
committee felt that it was not nec-
essary for the council to arrange
them in the future.
PLAY TO CONTINUE

CHICAGO GETS NINE HITS
Montague Is Driven to Showers
by Barrage of' Safe Blows;
Compton Ending Game.
By Cadwell Swanson.
Initial Conference success came
in unimpressive fashion to Mich-
igan's Varsity Baseball team yes-
terday afternoon on Ferry Field
when the Wolverines emerged on
the negotiable end of a 4-3 count
over Chicago in the renewal of the
competition in this sport which has
been dormant between the two in-
stitutions since 1928.
Although combing the combined
deliveries of Montague and Comp-
ton to the extent of nine safeties
to Michigan's four the Maroons
paid the penalty of inisplays afield
at inopportune moments in absorb-
ing their third successive defeat in
Western Conference play.
All four of Michigan's hits were
equally divided by the two Wol-
verine veterans, Captain Straub
and Truskowski. Fish and Wingate
led the Chicago clubbing with a
pair of safeties api'ece.
Michigan Takes Lead.
After three and a half scoreless
innings Michigan swung off to a
three run lead largely through the
medium of three Midway infield er-
rors. Art Superko gained a "life"
and moved along to second cn T'p-
ler's wild throw over first base.
Tompkins sacrificed. H u d s o n
grounded to Olson whose throw to
the plate caught Superko between
the bases.
In attempting to catch the run-
ner Wingate threw past the plate,
Superko scoring and Hudson pull-
ing up at third. Harvey Straub rap-
ped a solid' single-ovfr short to
score Hudson with the-second!, run.
When Fish juggled Daniels' roller
the Wolverine was safe and Straub
gained second. Tipler overthrew
first on Truskowski's grounder,
Straub scoring on the play. The ie
was finally retired when Tipler
'made a good throw on Langen's
bounder.
Holahan Scores.
Chicago scored for the first time
in the sixth inning, both sides hav-
ing been retired in order :n the
fifth. Holahan drew a base on balls
after Johnson flied out, was pushed
to third when Fish singled along
the right field foul line. Montague
struck out Wingate and Truskow-
ski, thinking the side retired, roll-
ed the ball into the infield, IIolahan
scoring. Urban was fanned for the
third out.
Michigan's offensive in the sixth
was shortlived and the Iviaroons
came to bat in the seventh with
a pair of pinch hitters in the lead-
off positions. The first, Temple, bat-
(Continued on Page 8) . -

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RAMSEYER FLAYS
DEBENTURE TRIAL
House Hears Preliminary Debate
Preceding Tariff Report.

Alumni) ItS~;caa ,avaa.a v r.sv~
terests.
end. The forum that was scheduled'
classes for May 8 but called off at the last)
noti minute due to the sudden illness)
dnc - of the speaker, will be held a week
in order from today, if present plans ma- ;
terialize, according to an an-
dinsng nouncement made by Fenelon W.
kings of Boesche, '31, chairman of the Fo-
mmnibs rum committee. R. W. McClain,
ig an d chaplain of the Michigan State
inge and prison at Jackson, will speak on
"Annual the subject The Psychology of the
Criminal" if satisfactory arrange-,
i ments are made.

ereuellion or 1300 prisoners i
in the idle house, which culminat-
ed yesterday in a futile attempt to
gain liberty through the guardroom
was broken completely today. Un-
der the business-like command of
Ohio national guard officers all'
outward signs of revolt disappear-
ed .
A barbed wire stockade erected
on the prison recreation field wasI
rapidly being furnished with tents.
The officials expected toherd the
unruly convicts into this enclosure
so that the damage wrought mightI
be repaired. When that is finished,s
the prisoners will be safely placed1
in locked cells.
FAMOUS PLAYERS'

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Plans for Annual
Inter-class Games
to be Made Today
Final plans for the conducting of
the spring games Friday and Sat-
urday will be made today by the!
Student council committee in
charge while freshman and sopho-
more leaders will be rounding out
their class mates in an effort to
make a spirited showing at the tra-
ditional underclass struggle.
The freshmen will meet early
Friday afternoon at Waterman
gymnasium and the sophomores I
the same time In front of the Un-
ion from where they will march to
the Huron river, the scene where
the traditional tugs-of-war and the
newly inaugurated canoe races will
be held. The later events will be
held between 3 and 4 o'clock near
the canoe livery while the other ac-
tivities will take place farther down

Illinois Routs Purdue
in FreakNinth Inning

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(By lssocitcd Pr'ss) TO APPEAR H-ERE
LAFAYETTE, Ind., April 30. - A
deluge of hits, walks, errors, and Duplicating the Joseph Jefferson
hit batsmen in the ninth inning whirlwind tour of 1896, Mrs. Fiske
turned a good ball game into a and her company of players will;
route here today, and Illinois appear tonight at the Whitney the-I
handed Purdue its fourth consecu- atre in "The Rivals," Richard Brin-
tive conference defeat, 12-1. Mills sley Sheridan's comedy of love,
pitched steady ball for the Illini I manners, and duels.
and scattered the -Boilermakers' Mrs. Fiske, who gained fame as
seven hits. Malaprop when she played the rolei
during its .celebrated 150th anni-
Two Chosen for Air versary tour of 70 weeks, will again
Abe seen in this role which is con-
Cruise to New York sidered her masterpiece.
Two University students have
been chosen to make the one week * ur 7esiher an
air cruise toNMew York, sponsored
by the Curtis Airplane Company; _
Eugene Fromm, '33 and John)
Bracken, '31E will be awarded the '
trip. The flight will be made in a
Cuhnrtis Rnhi'n nlane. the Curtis com-1

in an effor to maintain the pre-
cise atmosphere attendant in the' (By Associated Pres)
twelfth centuiy. presentation of the WASHINGTON, April 30. - On)
drama, scenery representing Para- eve of the opening of House debate
dise, a French church, and the In-
ferno, will be used as a background on the tariff bill conference report,
for the action of God, Adam, Eve, a Western Republican rose in that
and the Devil, the four characters Hody be gen a " rend
about whom the plot, taken almost Hoover" be given a fair and full
directly from Genesis, revolves.1 chance to carry out his pledge toI
Latin hymns, sung offstage by a assist agriculture without the ex-
men's chorus, will accompany some port debentuakerplanRepresentative
of the action. , Romseyer, of Iowa, drew a reply)
"Les Precieuses Ridicules" was! from Representative Jones, Demo-
the first play Moliere wrote whose crat Texas, long a debenture)
sources were original with him. chatnpexnhlonendeenare
jWhen it was played for the first champion, who contended variousI
time in 1659 before the King of domestic industries, principally
France, Moliere himself took the iron and steel, already were receiv-
leading role. It has been played 'aingfederalcbounties in low freight
practically every year since then ;rates on commodities for export.
at the Comedie Francaise, where i The exchange was preliminary
has met with great success, to a revival of the old contest overI
Tickets nay be obtained today at the debenture which originated
Wahr's bookstore, or after six with the offer of the Republican
o'clock tonight at the box office farm relief bill last spring.
of the theatre. A new debenture plan, sponsor-
._ed by Senator Norris, Republican,
' Nebraska, was incorporated in the
Senior Announcements tariff bill by the Senate. House ma-
to be Placed on Sale I jority leaders' are confident that
this too will be rejected, especially
In reply to popular demand, a since Representative Ramseyer, re-
special sale of Commencement in- garded as a power in the farm
vitations and announcements will group, came out today wholeheart-
be held tomorrow morning in the edly against it.
lobby of Angell hall, 'Jennings Mc-I
Bride, '30, chairman of the litera'y I!Austin Wylie to Play
' class invitations committee, an-
nounced yesterday. z at Annual Senior Ball
Tomorrow's sale will cease atl
noon, and thereafter it will be im-i Austin Wylie's orchestra, late of
possible for Seniors to procure I the Golden Pheasant at Cleveland,
Commencement invitations and an- will supply the music for the 1930
IUnCn1PmtS c Merid said. Senior Ball, Jones Shannon, '30,

FOR
Four
Mimes'j
classic,
Room,"
theatr.

THREE

DAYS

CHICAGO AB
Holahan, ss ......4
Johnson, rf ......5
Fish,s b.........5
Wingate, c:......4
Urban, cf ........4
Tipler, 3b ........1
Temple, 3b......1
Bluhm, lf .......2
Van Dine, If ....1
Olson, 2b ........3
Knowles, p.......4

R
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0

H
1
2
2
1
0
0
0
1
0{
1

more performances uf
revival of the American
"Ten Nights In a Bar
will be given at the Mimes
tonight, tomorrow night,

BOX SCORE.

PO
1
1
8
6
2
2
0
1.
0
3
0

A
0
0
3
1'
0
3
0
3
0;

Saturc.y afternoon and night.
The production has been under
the general supervision of E. Morti-
mer Shuter, director of Mimes' ac-
tivities. The specialty numbers,
presented between the acts in front
of the curtain, have been devised
and cxecutd by Roy Hoyer, dance,
master of the annual Union Operas.
A pearaut and candy concession
has ;,een established ini the theatre I
nor rhis production, and the audi-
enUce is tumnilshcd refreliments at
all umes.
Economics Professor
Will Conduct ForumsI
Prof. W. A. Paton, professor of
economics and accounting, will be
the speaker at the fourth of a series
of forums held under the auspices
of the Business Administration
club in room 318 of the Michigan

Totals........34 3 9 24 905

E
0
0
1
1
0
3
0
0
0
0
0

MICHIGAN
Butler, rf
Superko, 3b
Tompkins, cf
Hudson, ib ..
Straub, 2b ...
Daniels, ss .,
Truskowski, c
Langen, lf ....
Montague, p,.
Compton, p

AB R
....4 0
. .4 1
....3 0
. . ..3 2
.. ..3 1
..4 0
..4 0
....3 0
... . 0
. .0 0

H
0
0
0
0
2
0
2
0
0
0

PO
0
2
1
5
3
6
8
2
0
0

A
0
4
1
1
2
1
0
0
4
0

E
0
0
0
0
I
0
1
'0
0
0

Totals.......30 4 4 27 13 2

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IScore by innings:
Chicago......0 0 0
Michigan ....0 0 0

0 0 1 0 2 0-3
3 0 0 1 0 *-

Summaries: Two-base hit-Win-
gate. Three-base hit-Truskowski.
Sacrifice hit-Tompkins. Struck
out-By Knowles 6. by Montague 4.

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