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S|JOHNSON SECOND Professor Scholl Wins I |TV
WI | L IN DRAMA SERIES | LiWNStatejPoetryjontestill||| | D L
I iscon sin Professor to Read OF 133__K__I ON R
TO ATRERS, So b A. A. Milne. 0i1 6LProf. John W. Scholl, of the Ger-
nbman department, was awarded first
Prof. Gertrude E. Johnson, of the lace in the authors' contest for
speech department of the Univer- jIpoetry at a meeting of the Michi-
AT UNIONBANOUEIee eprtet9fth UierHIVALRY CEASILS lc:nth uhr'cots o S I PO T R
sity of Wisconsin, will appear Tues- gan Authors association in Detroit
day night in the Lydia Mendelssohn~ . last night. The winning poem is
Detroit Judge Chosen to Speak theatre to read "The Ivory Door," Freshmen Defeat Rivals, 12-3, entitled 'Edith" and a narrative Wolverine Quarter, Mile Relay
at Annual Gathering on by A. A. Milne, as the second of the in Final Competition written in a classical style. Teams Capture Firsts in
SaturdayMay10.series of dramatic recitals spons- Between Classes. At the same time announcement Stiff Competition.
ored by the speech department. of the other awards was made. Sec-
Miss Johnson has been a faculty nd place in the poetry contest was
WELL KNOWN ALUMNUS! member at Wisconsin since 1910. '32 TAKES LONE EVENT given to Cecilia Maloney of sagsis- CAMPBELL SETS RECORD
-Previous to that time she had sev- naw for her poem "So Passed the
Price of $1.50 for Meal Will eral years' experience in other col- Hog-Tying Contest Features Pines," while the third choice was Local Hammer-Thrower Hurls
Include Admission to leges and universities throughout One-Sided Victory Over "The Carver," a modernistic poem Sphere 164 Feet; Tolan
the country, both as a lecturer and by Frederick Ten Hoor of Grand;Bp s164 Fe T
Illini Ball Game. instructor in speech, and is now a. BphomoreGeats Out .raiey.
-- member of the National Committee Prof. J. Raliegh Nelson, professorAs
Judge Guy A. Miller, 'OOL, of De- on Plays of the National Council Victories in three of four field ofEng'AsinthascooPrfengn-
troit, judge of the Wayne county of Teachers of English. She is also events yesterday morning, when ering, acted as judge in the dra- COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 3-Geo.
circuit court, has been obtained as Vice-president of National Collegi- t coupled with the five to one ad- ma contest and gave first place to Simpson, of Ohio State, keyed high-
ate Players, and Advisory Editor of vantage gained Friday afternoon, I "The Escape" by Charles Sumner ly to defend his world's record
the principal speaker for the Un The Players magazine, gave the freshman class a 12 to 3 Pike of Detroit and second place against two challengers on his
ion's annual Father and Sons ban-i The Century company of New supremacy over the sophomores in of hetoi, ad secod plac agam twac aenrs on, s
quet to be held in the Union ball- k York haspbihdtreo istetaiinlsrn ae.i as to "The New Song," a play for mar- home track before 15,000 specta-;
que tobehel inth Unon al- Yrk aspublished three of Miss the traditional spring games. It was ionettes, by Forman Brown of Os-! tors, contributed another 9 and '
room Saturday night, according to Johnson's books - "Choosing 'a the second win for the first year sego and a former student in the 5-10ths record for the books in the
IPay "Modern Literature for Oral men in underclass competition sg n omrsueti h -~h eodfrtebosi h
an announcement made yesterdayi University. 100 yard dash during the Ohio Re-
a anne et mde yes Interpretation,and "Dialects for this year, having also triumphed in Firstlace in the essay contest ;lays here oday
by Kenneth M. Lloyd, '32L, presi- Oral Interpretation"-which are in the fall games. ie y.
dent. Dean John R. Effinger, of wide use as texts. The class of '33 won the pillow went to "Old Music" by H. W. Fish- He convinced the handful of re-
the literary college, as representa- Both as reader and teacher Miss fight, the obstacle race, and the er of Battle Creek, and first place maining sceptics that he is definite-
tive of the University faculty, will Johnson is considered an authority "hog-tieing" contest and dropped in the short story contest was giv- ly the master of Eddie Tolan, Mich-
be the other prncipal speaker. in the field of interpretation and the cane spree to the second year coen to "Alone" by Prof. Walter J. igan negro, and Claude Bracey,
thetcanetspreertocthelsecondeyear Muilenburg, professor of English at Rc nttt letoo i oe
In obtaining Judge Miller, the dramatics. men in the field day activities this moClRice Institute flyer, two of his fore-
committee in charge of arrange- morning on South Ferry field. In Michigan State College. most rivals, and that he is probably
ments for the banquet has been mne eCthe water sports program Friday rthe fastest sprinter of the year as
particularly fortunate in procuring - E i IIl LIafternoon the first year men cap- OLhe was in 1929.
a speaker who is already well- tured all events except one tug-of- Twenty-two Marks Fall.
known on the campus, having spo- wr. nnrPi war. CUnder sunny skies, a fast track
ken here many times. He is the Sophomores Use Strategy.rn V P ! and no hindering wind, athletes
father of Robert Miller, '32. Dean LL UJir IIn the "hog-tieing" event, in tFJ RI H igfrom 140 universities, colleges and
Efflnger also has a son in the Uni- ____which the large number of fresh- I II! II high schools in 17 states, broke rec-.
versity, John R. Vffinger, Jr., '30. men has always brought the deci- ords in 22 of the 35 events during
As president of the Union, Last Social Event for Seniors shrp the seventh annual renewal of the
willregiventsor ttalkinLloyd l ion in their favor, the sophomores Ana apsTaiinWl i w-a et nte a
will give a short talk in behalf of Expected to Draw Large resorted to some strategy, never Annual Campus Tradition W big two-day meet. Another was
the sons. Prof. John L. Brumm, Attendance. seen before at a spring game. When be Re-enacted Friday at tied.
head of the journalism department, the gun sounded, the second year Sleepy Hollow. These records included a new
will act as toastmaster.TA I B men instead of attempting to bat- _national interscholastic record of
Large Program Scheduled. OTHER PARTIEShBANNEDd" ' 13 feet and 4 inches in the pole
____tle individually with the frosh, I1O3AARDMBAKT aut yJhnWnoizo prol
!With Cap Night set for Friday . jumped into their pen, and held of ault by John Wosowicz of Foe
and Mother's day for next Sunday, Tickets for the 1930 Senior Ball, their rivals with the aid of the bar- h tHigh school, Gary, Ind., and tci
the Union is planning an extensive which will be held May 23 in the ricades. The freshmen were at first Cap Night, when every student' equalling of the national inter-
program for the week end which ballroom of the Union, will go on baffled, then decided to tear down of the University advances one scholastic mile relay record of 3
It is expected will be supplemented imn2 -0scnsb Nwr
by activities of fraternities. To all sale tomorrow at the main desk of the walls of the pen. The officials, class amid traditional ceremonies, ii, 26 7-10 seconds by Newark
pra es of the banquet tickets, the Union, Richard Cole, '30, an- seeing the unusual turn in the will be held next Friday evening in dNewJersey, preparatory school yes-
pzrcasrsofth bnue tckts te nin RchrdCoe,30anievent might e pd in most anything SleyHlo.Arneet r terday.
which will be priced at $1.50, will nounced last night. The tickets will h ii , so th Sleepy Hollow. Arrangements are In addition to simpson's attacks
bIntadditionito'simpsones attacks
go complimentary tickets to the Il-I be available from 3 until 5. Prefer- tivities and started the contest I being made by the Student council on the "100", Tom Warne, of
linois-Michigan baseball, game o
w S-Mcaft.n balse gam con- eng1 sale of bids..t seniors only again under duff rent rules. and the program will include the Northwestern University, cleared
iimear t t o the night per- will be conducted duringthe rst treshnen a tire Rivals, tossing of freshmen "pots" into a 13 feet 11 1-8 uriches, 'in the p
rThe second time the two classes huge fire and an address by a prom- vault. Theaworlds' record by Sabin
formance at the Majestic theatre. I week; after that period, they will wr ie psvrlyrsfo! The seconrefunihd timegh Carr of Yale is 14 feet even, 3-8th
These passes are furnished be opened to the campus at larg were lined up several yards from inent alumnus.:of an inch away.
the courtesy of the Atlth uh the pens.Thsoomrsad a
ation and the Butterfield theatre Cole stated.'s dash for their pen hoping to use theROther honors will likewie be elay Records Broken.
interests, respectively. Passes for It was pointed out in the an- same tactics again, but a few were bestowed that night. These include Meet records fell in four of the
the swimming pool in the Union nouncement last night that inas- overtaken, promptly tied and toss- the presentation of "M" blankets seven university relays, all five col-
will amso be given to the visiting uch as this is the last social ed into the first year men's pen. to all gaduating students who have lege relays, four of the five relays
fathers. i event of the present senior class, sophomores later left their pen won two 'varsity leter; uring their for high and prep schools, and in
A track meet with Illinois and and the only remaining large cam- in an effort to overcome theseh
the high school interscholastic pus party after the withdrawal of losses, but were so far outnumber- college career for college athletes.
track meet will also be held on the architects' May Party, an un- ed that the attempt was in vain. The name of the speaker will be The Universities of Michigan and
Saturday. iusally large demand for ticket is The cane spree, the only event announced early this week, it was Illinois divided honors for the meet
Tickets at Union. anticipated. No fraternity parties, of the morning which the class of 'stated yesterday by Jennings Mc- on an unofficial basis of team com-
Tickets will go on sale at the will be permitted on the same night. '32 won, resulted in five sophomores Bride, '30, who is in charge of the parison. The Wolvern es won the
main desk in the Union lobby and Austin Wylie and his orchestra, getting the "canes" away from their event for the Student council. Mc- quarter-mile and the one-mile re-
may be obtained from Union com- late of the Golden Pheasant at rivals. Two of the struggles ended Bride supervised the Cap Night ac- lays, breaking the meet record in
mitteemen beginning tomorrow, ac- Cleveland, has been secured to play in draws. The pillow fight was a tivities a year ago. Mihigante, wnite hampmel thow
cording to Walter H. Reichenbach, for the affair. This will be his first' three to two victory for the The most picturesque part of Michigan, won the hammer throw
'30, chairman of the reception com-, appearance in this part , of the "frosh" while the obstacle race saw the program will be the tossing of with a new record of 164 feet, s e
mittee. For the convenience of country. He is at present playing the first year men outclass the "pots" into the huge bonfire, the ceh, and Brooks took the discus at
fraternity and other groups desiring on a southern tour, including a "sophs" three to one. wood for which must be furnishec, 149 feet.
to attend the banquet as a body, number of college dances, and is re- by the first year men on the eve- Octhe relays wmeePato,
reservation of dinner places in any puted to be enjoying a reputation STATE BANDSEND ning previous. Last year a stack ho wans thoeurh as theehamen,
nubrmybae ycligteas an unusual attraction.per50ftinhgtwa t-
Union. A number of houses have _s__n__nusu__ra __ion. nearly 50 feet in height was gath- Poorman and Brooks in the shot
already signified their intention of ANNUAL CONTEST ered by the freshmen. put; Pottle, who was third in the
taking one or more tables. EASTERN MINIS'TERp oole vault; Brooks second in the
Individual tickets may be obtain- WILL SPEAK TODAY Campetition concerts and pa-DR. LEWIS SPEAKS triathlon; the 880 yard relay team,
ed by students although their fa- T ALUpa which was third in its event; and
thers are not attending. Rev. Rufus Jones Will Address rades by various bands yesterday' TO ALUMNI GROUP the four mile relay team which
concluded the activities of the .afinished fourth. Michigan's time in
Architectural Designs students at 11 O'clock State Music Contest held here Fri- b t a search for itellectual the quarter and mile relays was
.6,netterment must eventually re- 6 d 3:21.5, respectively.
t!1..L -.r.k k:4:..1. mo,.. T1LF.o- i ,r2.day and Saturday HighIO'h schgoo i hili.nn ca ., :.,sp1vey



Purple Hit Montague, Compton
for 13 Hits to Annex
Inglorious Win.
Errors Retard Slugfest; Home
Runs, Three Base Hits,
By Edward L. Warner.
Lacking the necessary punch
when runners were on the bases,
#Michigan dropped its first Confer-
ence game of the season to North-
western, 8-5 yesterday afternoon
at south Ferry field. Perfect
weather conditions brought out
4 the largest crowd of the season,
more than 3,000 fans watching
Michigan waste its scoring oppor-
A Sog u cd P Pt tunities.
John Masefield I Dick Montague started on the
Well-known poet, and prose mound for the Wolverines but his
writer, who is prominently men- ?delivery was found for six hits and
tioned for the post of poet laureate four runs in the two innings which
of England which was recently he pitched. Compton replaced him
made vacant by the death of Rob- I with none out in the second, and
ert Bridges.i did a somewhat better job of hurl-
ing during the six innings which he
worked. Kiegler occupied the box
in the ninth, allowing two hits and
one run. Fyfe, Northwestern soph-
omore hurler, allowed 11 hits, and
walked six men, but he proved ef-
fective with men on bases.
Myron Again in bLineup.
} Mike Myron played his first home
Campus Organizations Already game of the season, contributing
Contribute Over $700 in a triple to the Wolverine 'cause.
. Daniels shifted to second base,
Preliminary Drive. while Captain Straub went to left
field. Michigan put many runners
,LTTERMEN TO SOLICIT on base, but could not get them
'- -across the plate, leaving 13 men
Tw'nty-six campus organizations stranded on the sacks. The game
have ccwtributed more .than $550 was marked by heavy hitting, 10
in the preliminary drive for the of the blows going for extra bases,
Fresh Air camp fund, Stanton W. ' including four home runs.
Freddh30,Aircmprfund rivantnW.The Wildcats scored one in the
Todd, '30, director of the drive, an st when Rojan's fly ,fell between
nlouncec 'ast night. The appeal Straub and Myron for a double,
for funds will culminate with the Dempsey beat out a single to Su-
general student drive on Wednes- perko, and Kadison scored Rojan,
day, May 7, when tags selling forIwith a sacrifice fly to Butler. Three
tmore Purple tallies crossed the
50 cents and a dollar will be sold plate in the second. Schwartz pol
at vantage points on the campus. Ied out a home run to deep center.
In addition to the amount al- Prange walked and went to third
ready collected, pledges for more I on Schuett's double to left. Fyfe
than $180 have been received from grounded out and Rojan struck out,
fraternity and sorority houses, but Dempsey singled to left, scor-
bringing the total amount to date ing Prange and Schuett.
over the $700 mark. Organization rSperko Hits Triple.
which have not as yet contributed ru o on - art th

are urged to do so immediately so
that it will be possible to send out
tags to them before Wednesday. f
Contributions to date have been
received from the following frater-
nities: Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Tau
Omega, Kappa Delta Rho, Phi
Gamma Delta, Psi Upsilon, Sigma
Phi, Theta Chi, Theta Delta Chi, Xi,
Psi Phi, and Zeta Beta Ta . The
sororities who have sent in dona-
tions are: Alpha Delta Pi, Chi Ome-
ga, Collegiate Sorosis, Delta Delta
Delta, Delta Gamma, Delta Zeta,
Kappa Kappa Gamina, Pi Beta Phi
and Zeta Tau Alpha. Bannash,
Felker, Zoller, and University
League House No. 2 are the Wo-
men's League houses which have
sent in checks, while Betsy Barbour,
Helen Newberry and Martha Cook!
are the Women's dormitories which
have contributed to the drive.

Northwestern sent a brace of runs
across the plate in the fifth. Demp-
sey singled, went to second on Kad-
ison's sacrifice and reached third
on Crizevsky's one-base hit. Oli-
phant scored Dempsey with a sin-
gle to right, while Crizevsky tallied
on Schwartz's roller to Hudson.
Saperko's four-ply blow to a left
field scored for Michigan in the
fifth. With two out, Hudson dou-
(Confind l1on Page 6

VvWil De on x L ia llon The Rev. Dr. Rufus W. Jones, 3u , 1 aIacae mi oriiilance as
years professor of philosophy at from 32 towns scattered through- basis of entrance to American col-
Designs for the administration Haverford college, an author of out the lower peninsula sent bands leges was the assertion of Dr. Wil-I
building of a mythical university, numerous books on religion and a to participate in the annual com- liam Mather Lewis,. president of
submitted in competition for the frequent lecturer before under- petition. Lafayette college, Easton, Pennsyl-
George G. Booth traveling fellow- graduate audiences, will address Many of the bands as they fin- vania, at the alumni banquet held
ship in Architecture, will be on ex- students of the University at 11 ished competition at Morris Hall in the ballroom of the Union last.
hibition starting Monday in the o'clock this morning at the St. marched the streets in the vicini- evening. Dr. Lewis was the princi-
third floor exhibition room of the Andrews Episcopal church. ty of the campus playing well' pal speaker on the program for the
architectural building. I Undergraduates are especially known selections. banquet which was given the na-
Twenty-six designs were submit- invited to attend the service this The results as announced yes- tional alumni advisory committee
ted by students competing for the morning and attempts are being ! terday afternoon -are as follows: in by the Michigan club of Ann Ar-
$1,200 award donated by George G. E made to have an all-student audi- class A, Lansing Central first, Kal- bor.
Booth, former president of the De- ence. The program will be inform- amazoo Central second, and Flin, "Too much criticism," stated Dr.
troit News. Booth .is the founder of al, all ritual being eliminated for Northern third. Class B winners Lewis, "has been given the 'week-
the Cranbrook School for boys, at the day, according to the Rev. Hen- were: Ludington first and Mt. end' college, an institution which
Cranbrook, Mich., and is a well E ry Lewis, of the Episcopal church Clemens second. In class C Oxford consists of week-end parties, proms,
known art patron. 'who is arranging for the service in and Benzonia were first and sec- and football games. The great work
Details of the contest required conjunction with the Student' ond respectively. which the week-day colleges are
that the building contain the pres- council convocations committee. doing is being overlooked by those
ident's office, the secretary's office, The Haverford college professor a who attack our educational institu-
a large reception room, and an will also speak at a convocation at Campus Eilliard Tuie tions as anything but places of
auditorium for faculty assemblies, 8 o'clock Sunday evening in Hill Taken by Roger Dillion study."
in addition to cloak and rest rooms. auditorium under the auspices of The speaker concluded by stating
It was stipulated that the building the Student Christian association. Roger Dillon, '30E, came through, that the major problem now facing
be but one story in height. The Rev. Dr. Jones has studied a long series of billiard games in the educators of the nation is the
at numerous universities through- the Union's annual tournament to "adjustment of the student to his
Sunday Concerts Will out the country and in Europe. He take the campus title in both three-- new environment."
b e e yi first attended Haverford college M cushion and straight rail billiards.
be Revived by Union ifrom which he holds A.B., A.M., In the three-rail finals, he defeated,
and Ll.D. degrees. Other institu- James Hilligan, '31, and in the I
Reviving an old feature of at- tions at which he has studied are straight rail finals, Burdette Cus-
tractions offered by the Union, the Heidelberg, the University of Pen- ter, '31L, was the runner-up. I
first of a series of Sunday after- nsylvania, Harvard university, Ox-: In order to provide an extra ser- -
noon concerts will be given today; ford university. Marburg univer- vice, a ticker. carryina baseball ..*



Rojan, c. ........5 1
Dempsey, ss.......5 2
Kadison, lf. ......3 0
Crizevsky, rf. ....4 1'
Oliphant, lb. ....3 0
Schwartz, 2b. ....5 1
Prange, cf.......3 2
Schuett, 3b........4 1
Fyfe, p. ..........4 0





FOR COMPETITION Although the drive does not of-f
ficially begin until Wednesday,1
Tour of East Will Include prominent members of the "M" club
.o E'l will be stationed in front of the
Pair of Michigan Men. Michigan and Majestic theatres on
Tuesday night to solicit contribu-E
John H. Bracken, '32E and Eugene tions from the theatre-goers. Spe-
P. Fromm, '33E, have been named cial efforts will also be made to ob-
as delegates from the University to tain donations from members of
take part in the Eastern Air Tour the faculty in their offices in the
which is being sponsored by the camptus buildings rwhed loand mek_-
Curtis Flying Service, May 7-10, ac- chants will be approached and ask-
,ording to James D. Redding, '30E, ed to support the drive.
oresident of the Aeronautical So- | "Supplementing the efforts of the
ciety. M" men, members of different
The eleven colleges taking part honorary societies as well as other
in the tour will each be furnished students prominent on the campus,
witha Crti Robn paneandwill receive contributions on Tag
with a Curtis Robin plane and DaI
transport pilot. The first leg of I Day. ___
the flight will be from the Univer- D W*il Speak
ity of Minnesota to the Univer- Dr.-aris
sity of Illinois. Students from these to Hillel Foundation
two schools will fly to Detroit where
they will be joined by delegates Speaking on the subject "What
from the University of Michigan Advantage. Hath the Jew", Rev-
tnd the University of Detroit on erend Dr. Thomas L. Harris, pastor
May 7. of the Episcopal Church and direc-
The flyers will then journey to tor of Harris Hall. will address the
the Carnegie Institute of Technol- weekly Sunday services of the Hillel
ogy, Pittsburgh, where they will be Foundation at 7:30 tomorrow eve-
met by a ship from Ohio State Uni- ning in the chapel of the Women's
versity, Columbus. These seven League.


......36 8 13 27 11 3

Butler, rf. .......5
Superko, 3b. ......4
Tompkins, cf. ....4
Hudson, 1b. ......4
Straub, lf. .......3
Myron, ss. .......3
Truskowski, c. ....5
Daniels, 2b. ......5
Montague, p. .....0
Compton, p. .....2
Kiegler, p........1
J. Hill..........1







Totals.........3 5 11 27 11
*Batted for Compton in eighth.

Score by innings:
Northwestern.......130 020 011-0
Michigan.........100 010 012,-
Two-base hits-Rojan, Schzett,
Hudson. Three-base hits-Superko,
Myron, Straub. Home runs-

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