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VOL. XL. NO. 150 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1930 EIGHT PAGES

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0111 YENE[NODOSES Colgate Game Called Off Because of Rain;
Nine to Play Two Seven Inning Tilts Today
DRIVEFOR SUP PORT Holtzman and Kiegler Will Hurl hold down the visitors in the first
rnI nufor Wolverines; Same a game. Davis, on the other hand, is
Linup o Sartan inexperienced sophomore and
Lineup to Start. his ability under fire is as yet high-
-a Tly problematical.
Michigan'slineup imthe opener
President Praises Work Done at HAMILTON, N. Y., May 1.-A will probably be the same as that
University Fresh Air welcome rain provided Michigan's which saw service in the game
s all too active baseball team a day with Chicago on Ferry field Wed-
Summer Camp. of grace this afternoon when the nesday. Duckman, reserve catcher,
first of the two game series with is liable to draw the receiving as-
URGES CONTRIBUTIONS Colgatewas called bff when a signmenttin the second game, and
steady downpour inundated the provide the hard working Trus'-
$400 of $3,000 Total Donated playing field. kowski a well earned rest.
by rgniztins;toHol 1However, announcement came The Wolverine squad of thirteen
by Organizations; to Hold late this afternoon from the office players will entrain for Ann Arbor
Tag Day Wednesday. of Colgate's graduate manager of .immediately after the game and
athletics, William A. Reid, that arrive here a few hours before tak-
Heartily endorsing the work of Michigan and Colgate will stage the ngthe field against Northwestern
the University Fresh Air camp, first double header ever played by in the renewal of the uphill battle
President Alexander G. Ruthven'in the local institution on Friday, being staged in defense of two
a letter to Stanton W. Todd, '30,l with both games scheduled of the straight Western Conference base-
senior class president and director seven inning variety. ball championships.
of the annual Fresh Air drive, stat- Michigan will send Joe Holtzman ampinshps- _
ed: "I am and always have been and Gus Kiegler to the mound in
deeply interested in the University an attempt to turn back the Ma- j
Fresh Air camp. I hope the cam- roons while Purple and Davis are tU IIU LII
pus will contribute liberally to the set to draw Colgate hurling as-
support of this remarkable enter- signments.
'prise. It is difficult to comfnend Purple, a veteran of two cam-
too highly the sort of work paigns, is expected to show consid-O
More thanet$00ehamben con- erablepolish and will be favored to
tributed by fraternity and sorority Lawyer's First Duty Is to See
houses towards the $3,000 goal for . Justice Done, Asserts
the student drive. In addition to Law Professor.
this canvass of all campus organ- Law Professr._
izations, the drive will culminate
with the general appeal to the TTALK IS LAST IN SERIES
campus on Wednesday, May 7. Con- A
Declaring that the primary duty
STUDENT COUNCIL ASKS !of a member of the legal profes-
SUPPORT OF DRIVE Five Students Will Represent sion was not to convict, but to see
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'RSMNTMETSAT HURON RIVER TODAY IN OPENING
BATTLES OF SPRING CLASS GAMES
Traditional Three Tugs-of-War and New Canoe
Races to be Run Off This Afternoon;

Friends

in Senate Desire Final

Roll-call to be Held on
Monday.
LEADERS STILL IN DUEL
Unless Vote Reached Tomorrow,
Contest Will Go Over
Until Next Week.
By Francis M. Stevenson,
(A. P. Staff Writer)
WASHINGTON, May 1.-More
confident of the outcome, Senatej
foes of Judge John J. Parker of
North Carolina passed the word
tonight they were ready for a vote
on confirmation of his appoint-I

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Sophomores Seek

Revenge.

ment to the Supreme court.1
Parker's friends in the SenateI
likewise professed a more hope-
ful outlook but indicated a desire
} that the final rollcall go over until
IMonday. Unless a vote is reached
tomorrow, the contest goes over
until next week.
The fourth day of the debate
> found the leaders in the contest
again taking part. Senator Fess,
t Republican, Ohio, reiterating his
view that the fight against Park-
er was one against the Supreme

Lennox Robinson,
Noted Irish playwright and-direc-
tor of the Irish National theatre in
Dublin, Ireland, who will lecture
at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in
the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.)
Mr. Robinson's subject will be "The
Story of the Irish Theatre."
BEIGIN M'CORMICK
CA.MPAIGN INQUIRY
Senate Committee Investigates
Illinois Republican Primary
Funds.

lBattling with a fighting spirit that bespeaks Michigan i its lory
and with a class loyalty that will bring lack (lays of yore when
underclass struggles were "battles of the century, the freshmen and
sophomores of every college of the [ niversity and from every. section
of .hi campus will begin a two-cay fight for class supremacy this
afternoon at the I luron river.
Leal by hain ds that will let everyone know that "the gang's all
here" the two classes will parade in snake dances from the campus
to the traditional scene of battle. 'Tile first year men will meet at 3
o'clock in front of the Union and the sophomores at the same time
at wv"aterman ynmnasium.
. Ire tus-f-wralways lbitterly k apght aIId pitrsul stag~ed,
will he main events of the afternoon. In these, each class will attempt,
by all means known to man, to pull its much-hated rival into the liuron
iver for an inglorious cltklhlie
first two tugs-of-war will find
picked teams of 50 men each on
opposite ends of the rope while the
last one will have every member of
Seachclass in action.
Two canoe races, in which hon-
crews of two men each, will be one
Soldiers and Guests Will Dance of the first events on the program
Tonight in Restored Verdun this afternoon. These were inau-
gurated for the first time this year
Battlefield- and will each count one point. The
first two tugs-of-war will score one
ART KASSEL WILL PLAY point apiece while the last one will
count two points, making a total of
O o ft vh mn c rlrrl dan i six for the day.

Cooperation of every student
in the Univers'ty in the cam-
pus drive for the Fresh Air
Camp fund, has been asked by
the Student council. "The Fresh
Air Camp is one of the best
nd 1.t.ki

Mcigan at eague o
Nations Meet. ,
ALL TO TALK TO GROUPS
Five students have been chosenj

that justice was done. Prof. E: R.I
Sunderland of the Law school dis-
cussed the subject "The Ethics of1
Law" at the last of the series of
All-Campus Forums yesterday af-
ternoon in Alumni Memorial hall.
I The profession does have a defi-

uluera ng17 s . cond1ructed y n V a - 1%AJ.0i1 K;" GA
I sudn orgaLzatLin Und .s -to represent the University as dele- nite code of ethics which guide all I
student organization and isg
especially worthy of support," gates at the third annual model but a few of the practicing attor- 1
the council stated inits appeal. assembly of the League of Nations, neys. The code which is actually
to be held in Kalamazoo today and in print, was adopted as definitely
tributions from merchants, mem- tomoffrow. The representatives1 and affer as careful debate as any
bers of the faculty, alumni, will d D LE legislation. While there is much l
also be solicited in order to insure named are: Douglas L. Edwards, temptation because of the enor-
the success of the drive. '31, John M. Brumm, '31, George mous property values involved in
For eight years the camp, which Ittyerah, '31E, Lawrence E. Hart- ;cases the lawyers are jealous of the
is located on Latke"-Ptterson, has wig, '31; and Akfra Watanabe. I profession and hence are governed
provided more than 400 poor and. The students will comprise two by these canons." Professor Sun-1
undernourished youngsters of De- full delegatibns. Edwards, Brumm I derland declared.
troit 'and Ann Arbor with the ben- and Watanabe will represent Jap- Professor Sunderland in his dis-
efits of a two-week outing. Since an, and Ittyerah and Hartwig In'-I cussion pointed out that the ave-
the camp is supported by the Uni- dia. The model assembly is being rage person failed to distinguish
Versity, the success of the enterprise sponsored by Kalamazoo College between guilt and proof of guilt.;
rests in the hands of those to whom and the Western State Teachers He stated that the laws were so
the appeal for aid has been made. I College. All of the universities drawn and also that the whole trial
All organizations who have not and coljeges in the state will send' machinery aimed to protect the
contributed as yet are urged to do delegates. innocent man. "The police of the
so immediately so that tags may The first assembly will be held metropolitan cities act and arrest
be mailed to them before Tag Day this afternoon in the form of the upon suspicion, but the . magis-
next Wednesday. A list of the fra- initial plenary sessions Tomorrow trate should act only upon proof,".
ternity and sorority houses who ' morning the various committees he said.
have contributed to the drive will of the assembly will convene. Itty- "It is the duty of a lawyer to1
be printed in The Daily beginning erah will speak before the first represent .any client who may ask
tomorrow. i " committee on the question of the him to argue his case, even though I
Student leaders including M'' opposition to adopt the Root Pro- it was obvious that the defendant
men, members of the differenthen- ;tocol. Hartwig will talk before the was guilty. If nothing can be said,
oary societies, and other individull- second group concerning the pro- in his behalf, the lawyer can, at!
als pominent on tle campus, will posed tariff holiday. In the seconds least see that the rights of the ac-
solicit the contributions on Tag:
Day. plenary session, to be held tomor- cused are recognized," Professor'
row afternoon, Edwards will dis- I Sunderland affirmed.
HOOVER BELIEVES cuss the problem of nominal sup- In his discussion of the code of
port for the proposed amendments ethics drawn up by the American,
DEPRESSION OVER to the League Covenant. Brumm Bar association, which body is the
I and Watanabe are listed as speak- model for the State Bar associa-
President Sees Recovery From ers at the Council meeting to fol- tions, Professor Sunderland stated
low the first plenary session. The that no other similar body of any I
Market Crash Ahead. topic of their' talks will be the profession was making a move-
- e)question of Russia and China in ment to high conduct such as this;
(By ss ciaedress)rManchuria. organization was attempting. j
WASHINGTON, May 1.-Amid re- The banquet Saturday evening
sounding applause, President Hoov-I will conclude the meeting. The TORNADO SPREADS1
er told business leaders of the na- Hon. Hubert Phillips, economic ad-
tion tnight that the worst of the visor to the English Liberal party RUIN IN NEBRASKA,
effects of the stock market crash will speak on "Great Britain at the,
of six months ago had passed and Cross Roads." Several Small Towns Hard Hit!
that recovery lay ahead. _
Speaking , at the final session of d F by Twisting Wind Funnel.
lI uarRthsrnen z a G e

Court itself, expressed condemna-
tion of the organized opposition.
Hoover Aid Intimated.
S e n a t o r Borah, Republican,
Idaho, who is leading the opposi- l
tion, replied he hoped "the manu-
factured clamor will bt as effective
as somethings going on on the
other side."
It was reported in the Senate
today that President Hoover was
enlisting support for the nominee
and that some recent White House
conferences with Republicans have
stiffened the party lines for the
nominee.
Senator Walsh of Montana, the;
assistant Democratic leader, joined
the attack on Judge Parker today
with a charge that the nominee as
a government prosecutor in the war
frauds cases has lent himself in the
attempt to throw discredit upon the
Democratic war administration.
Senators Defend Parker.
Senator Walsh referred to the
harness case prosecuted by Parker
as government counsel in 1925. In
this case, the defendants were or-
dered acquitted by Judge Croner, of
the Virginia Federal Court.
In this connection, Senator Glass,
Democrat, Virginia, explained to-'"
day that in offering for the record
yesterday, a statement by Judge'
Croner, commending the fairness
of Parker in that case that he was
offering no defense for Parker but'
merely seeking to keep the record
correct as a matter of fairness.
Senators Herbert, Rhode Island
and Hatfield, West Virginia, Re-
publicans, in the Parker debate to-
day defended his decision uphold-
ing an injunction against the
UT-;$~ it d

WINNER

SPENT

(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, May 1-Investi-
gation was determined upon today
by the Senate campaign funds com-
mittee of the $252,500 campaign'
which Mrs. Ruth McCoimick told
it she waged against Senator Den-
een to gain the Illinois Republican
senatorial nomination.-
Smiling and obliging, Mrs. Mc-
Cormick left with the committee a
thick volume of papers giving an
itemized accounting of the $252,5001
which she said the contest cost her
from her own pocketbook. The
committee received it, and an ex-
ecutive session decided "to digest
it before resuming."
However, Chairman Nye said he
certainly intended to investigate
"thoroughly" the quarter million
dollar campaign and he indicated
the committee would go to Illinois
for that study in the near future.
Meanwhile, he said, the Pennsyl-1
vania senatorial primary in which
Senator Grundy and Secretary Da-
vis are battling for the republican,
nomination very likely would re-
ceive attention early next week.[
Senator Deneen, sitting across
the committee table today from the!
woman who defeated him in theI
Illinois contest early last month,I
submitted a statement reporting aI
total cost for his campaign of $24,-1
493.

$252,500

te 1 tann~u convention U ti
Chamber of Commerce of the Uni'-
ted States, the President thanked
the representatives of business for
their share of trying to avert or
lessen the unfortunate aftermath
of, the slump, and outlined plansl
for the future reduction of spec-
ulative fluctuation and the con-
trol of economic forces.
Mr. Hoover told his audience that
he regretted his subject needed
discussion in the cold language of
economics, for he said, "I realize
as keenly as anyone can that in-
dividually they are not problems
of science, but are the most human
questions in the world."
Union Dance Will Not
Be Held This Week-end
No Union membership dances
will be held this week-end because
of the use of the ballroom by other
parties, the Military Ball being

Convict Tent Burning'
j (By Associalyd Prrss>)
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 1. - Na-
tional guardsmen at Ohio peniten-
tiary frustrated an attempt to burn
tents in the barbed wire stockade
holding six hundred convicts late
today. .
The fire, discovered while the
prisoners were being taken to the
mess hall for their evening meal,
was extinguished after it had burn-
ed the side of one tent.
Col. Robert Haubrich, command-
ing the soldiers who have been on
duty at the prison since the fire
disaster of April 21, issued a warn-
ing to the convicts that no addi-
tional tents would be supplied if
the present supply 'is destroyed.
The convicts were placed in the
stockade pending repairs to the
cell locks which they damaged dur-
ing recent disturbances.

(P sscaud prrss
OMAHA, Neb, May I. - - Fender,
Nebraska, a town of 992 popula-
tion situated in the northeast cor-
ner of the state was reported com-
pletely demolished by a tornado
that struck that town late today.I
I All means of communication be-!
tween Pender and Omaha were de-I
stroyed by the storm. A local tele-,
graph office which reported it was
conversing with a lineman near
Pender when the storm struck,
said the information they had re-
ceived before the line was broken
was that the town was demolished
by the storm.
From Pender the tornado was re-
ported to have moved northeast
through Homer, Jackson, Winne-
bago, Bancroft and Walthill.
IOur WeatherMAan

uniuea mine xersas one ic- Pe carefully divided this into ex-{
tated by the Supreme Court penditures which candidates are re-
quired by law to make and into
those which are not compulsory
for recording. This included $10,-
885 of expenditures required by lawi
to be reported and $14,313 of addi-
tional cost.
The largest item in Mrs. McCor-
mick's account was one for $107,-
~ ~518 for "county budget." Leaning
Committee Resigns When Plans across the table and explaining the
Submitted to Faculty Are details of her voluminous report tot
committee members, she said thisj
# Returned Vetoed. item included the cost of setting
eup organizations throughout the
Thie Architects May Party, or-; state.
iginally scheduled for May 9, at --------
the Women's League building, willStudents, Police Clash
not be held this year, due to gen- . . B
eral difficulties in organization, it in rennsylvaniaBrawl
was announced late yesterday by
members of the executive com- ( ssiated [res
mittee of the affair. PHILADELPHIA, May 1-Director
Plans developed by the original of Public Safety Lemuel B. Scho-
committee were vetoed by the fac- field was arrested early today as the
ulty of the College of Architecture result of a controversy growing out
as being of too great proportions; of a battle 'on the campus of the
with the veto the faculty expresse; University of Pennsylvania between
t e fear th suchla y affarested police and students during which
e fear that such an affair as the more than 200 students were ar-
committee desired would probably1 rested. Schofield was charged with
not be a financial success. obstructing justice, violating thej
Members of the original . com- act of assembly of 1915 and refus-"
mittee resigned at this, and an en- ing to permit a police sergeant to
tirely new executive committee of issue copies of the charge.

1 1111; 1J tille oIJ..)Uj c,'t l s
of the.year, the Military Ball, will Start at 3 O'clock.
Thecanoe race will be staged at
be hel in the Union ballroom from 3 o'clock on 'the wider portion of
9 until 2 o'clock tonight. Practical- the river near the canoe livery,
ly all tickets for the affair had while the tugs will be at the usual
place, east of the University hos-
been sold by yesterday afternoon. pital and just west of the bridge.
Providing the miitary back- They will begin at 4 o'clock.
ground, a large number of officers' The activities this afternoon, as
from this corps area, of the army, well as the other events in the
naval reserve, marines, and avia-spring games Saturday morning,
I tion corps, will attend tonight. - will be conducted by the Student
t council. A committee composed of
Gov. Fred W. Green is expected Ernest C. Reif, '30, Richard Cole,
to be present as well as 'Paul V. '30, and Jerrold Curry, '31, will be
McNutt, national commander of ,
the American Legion and dean of FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORES
the Law school at Indiana univer- TO MEET AT 3 O'CLOCK.
sity. All members of the freshmen
George M. Ryerson, '31, general class will meet at 3 o'clock this
I chairman, and Miss Susanne afternoon in front of the Union
House, of Bloomfield Hills, will lead ready for battle, Harvey Bauss,
(the grand march. captain of the class stated last
h night.
Decorations for the ballroom will assemble
oe a restoration of the battlefield at 3 o'clock at Waterman gym-
at Verdun, the details being copied nasium, it was announced by
from staff photographs. Many } John Ilubly, '32, leader of -the
priceless wartime relics and battle- second year men,
worn flags, which have been loan-{ A University ruling will allow
ed to the Military department, will underclassmen to be excused
also be used: from classes at 3 o'clock.
Art Kassel and his Castles in thei . charge. They will be assisted
} Air orchestra will come directly by other councilmen, memberssof
from the Club Metropole, Chicago,! the cumnus honor s eies an
{ t pay o .to'gh's a'e.thecapushnrsocieties, and
to play for tonight's dance. undergraduates in the "M" club.
A special $55 favor is to be Class captains, elected this week
awarded. The nature of the arti- especially to lead the freshmen and
Scle has not yet been disclosed. sophomores in their battle for un-
derclass honors, last night sent out
JONES WILL GIVE appeals to all members of their
classes to be out today and get the
THREE LECTURES blood of their rivals. Harvey Bauss,
-'33E, who captained the freshmen
'Quaker Mystic' Will Address to victory last fall, will again lead
A ithe first year men, while John
Student Audience Here. 1**Hbly, '32, will direct activities for
------the sophomores.
The Rev. Dr. Rufus Jones, "the rreshmen Undefeated.
Quaker Mystic," will address a stu- Revenge will be in the minds of
dent audience at 11 o'clock Sun- the second year men when they
day morning at the St. Andrews i enter the battle this afternoon.
Episcopal church. The speaker has mhe sophomores will seek to avenge
been professor of philosophy at a defeat last fall, the first loss ad-
Haverford, Pa., college for 30 years ministered them in their class ca-
and has done considerable research reer. The freshmen, on the other
work in the Quaker faith and mys- hand, will be fighting to keep
tical religion. His appearance here their record clean in an attempt to
is being arranged by the Student set up the first half of a quartet
council convocations committee in of victories in class games, a feat
conjunction with the Episcopal last accomplished by the class of
church. '30.
The Haverford college professor Saturday morning, the final
will also lecture at 4:15 o'clock Sat- events in the class games will be
urday in Natural Science auditor- i staged on South Ferryy field. Ac-
ium, when his topic will be "Some tivities, to begin at 10 o'clock will
Quaker Ideals" and at a cQnvoca- consist of a pillow fight, obstacle
tion Sunday evening in Hill audi- I race, cane spree, and a "hog-tie-
torium. The last address will be ing" contest. The freshmen will
under the auspices of the Student meet at 9 o'clock in front of the
Christian association. Union *and the sophomores the
same time at Waterman gymnas-
Director of Glee Club ium to march to the field.
r to Lead for Last TimeI

ight was appointed to take charge
of affairs.

Fina Zarian,,Flub fDance

Labe start in organization, in---9' .. 0 %
ability to secure the desired qual- I Will be Held TOnight
ity of music for the affair, and lack

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