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VOL. XL. NO. 154

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,

WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1930

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE FIVE CENTS

MICRIGAN TAKES
CLOSE 2-1 GAME
IN MROON CAIMP

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Compton, Aided by Air-Ti
Fielding,. Allows Chicago
Only Four Hits.

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NO ERRORS FOR WOLVES
Wolverines Get Nine Hits From
Southpaw Knowles to Earn
Two Counters.
(Special to The 'Daily)
Michigan's title hopes soared yes-
terday when .the men of the Maize
and Blue pounded out a close 2-1
win over the Maroons in one of the
best pitcher's battles of the season.
For the second time the Wolves
faced the Chicago team and out hit
them for a close score. Since the
shakeup of the Western Confer-
ence standings last Saturday this
win is of especial importance toI
the standings.
Compton hurling them for Mich-
igan pitched the best game of the
season in holding the Maroons to
only four hits and fanning nine
men. Coach Fisher has been in a
very tight position during the early
part of the season in -trying to find
the right combination on his pitch- i
ing staff, but with the records turn-
ed in for the last few games and
now this sterling performance by
Compton the picking should not be
so hard and the dopesters that have
been consistent in their beliefs that
faulty twirling would put Michi-
gan out of the race will have to re-
vise their views.
Knowles Handles Pitching.
Tim Knowles handled the pitch-
ing assignment for the Maroons
and turned in a very creditable
showing, holding the Wolverines1
to only nine hits. Last week Knowl-
es proved a perfect question mark:
to Fisher's clan as he combined
excellent tssing with the luck to
be h'frs sutpaw to fae t e
Michigan fiats this year. Yesterday
the olves got on to the hang if
the thing and pounded out nine hits
and also knocked the ball around
enough to give the fielding staff a
tough workout.
In this, the tightest game of the
season, the Wolverines showed the
brand of ball that marks the title
holders. Both infield and outfield
came forward with the type of sup-
port that make a home run the only
safe hit. Playing an errorless game
for the first time this season the
team displayed the ability that has
been lurking in the shadows dur-
Ing the early part of the schedule.
Fisher Drills Squad.
Coach Fisher has spent the past
week in an intensive defense drill
and to all appearances he has de-
veloped one of the smoothest work-
ing machines that has ever carried
the Michigan colors on the dia-
mond. With this start the Wolver-
ine mentor should be able to take
his crew of ball players within
reach of the conference honors.
Truskowski showed up well be-
hind the bat and was an aid to
Compton in his twirling strategy,
asisting in the nine strike outs.
Wingate held them up for Chicago.
BOX SCORE
R H E
Michigan..............2 9 0
Chicago..............1 4 1
Compton and Truskowski
Knowles and Wingate
ALPHA NU HOLDS
OPEN DISCUSSION
Members of Alpha Nu held a
meeting in room 4002 Angell Hall
last night at which an open forum
discussion of current events was
held. The topics were selected at
random and each member spoke for
several minutes on his subject.I
Evart C. Scott, '30, speaking on
United States intervention in Cen-
tral America pointed out that she
should not do so as the League of
Nations takes care of all such
matters. Clark W. Fulton '31 added

that Marines should not be sent to'
these Central American countries
as law in the United States should
be enforced first before attending
to foreign affairs as seen by the in-
creased amount of crime in this
country and the failure of prohi-
hitinn The nnly time that our.

CONSTRUCTIVE CHARITY Circuit Court Judge
Something more than the us-IrAD
ial beneficent commendation
which is accorded charitable un-4TO
dertakings is to be said of the i r
Fresh Air drive thatic to becan- FDRN G Ti D T utda h apstd y C
ducted on the campus today.
The very circumstance that___
colege students are responsible
for the operation of the fresh; Freshmen Students to Assemble Emmons, Miller, and Effinger to
air camp bespeaks a great deal at Gymnasium; Will Follow Speak at Father and Sons'--
for the undertaking. That the Band in Procession. Annual Banquet. Fire Following Earthquake Completely W pes
social consciousness of the un-
dergraduate body has reached aOu Vet eso a ttomS thr
level at which there is a definite INSTALL LOUD SPEAKER TICKETS NOW ON SALEeb
and well-marked tendency to-
ward constructive efforts to rem- Main Speaker Not Announced;I Dinner Will Close Scheduled Burma Sufers.
c urasgoial conditinsis an eReif, Todd, to Deliver Programs of Entertainment -(0Y; 11.4u.d ,..)
money to charity may be no Short Addresses. Arranged for Fathers I RA N(( )( )N, Iurma,A l i61-The ancient seaport Pegu, one of the
more than a spend-thrift ges- most important ini 1ritish Inia. l desolate from an earthquake and
ture, at worst. Purchase of a one- I Arrangements for Cap Night and Harold H Emmons, '99L, Detroit { tidal wave that mve\rWIehlIated it duriig the nigiht It was estimated that
ilollar or fifty-cent tag today if the annual Freshman bonfire Fri- police commissioner, was secured between 40 Mld tooo persons had perished. Southern Burma suffered
it meant no more than the re- day night, are virtually complete yesterday as an additional speaker nithe disaster.
dction hby a corresponding according to an announcementq ir lLh thquake and the tidal wave destroyed what
lctirntyestheSosbaqutI ire IllOXiviW the at(uk nltet~a X1Cdsrydwa
Iamount of the money that would made last night by Jennings Mc- o heFte{adSn bnutfew vesti ~C5 of habIitton11were lef t in lI ea.whose history goes1back
be spent on shows this week, Bride, '30, chairman of the com- which is to be held in the Union 1I -es'ge \ r ty
would stand for very little. mittee in charge of the affair. ballroom at 6 o'clock Saturday 5ei w ohd e t h i f
But to contribute to the Freshmen students are to as- t d t K th M le immense tidal wae overwhelmed the city without time for
I mainte nance of what is ac- semble at 7:15 o'clock at Water- g Judge Guy A. Miller warnin. Dead andl wounded ier still being taken care of in the
knowledgedly one of the Uni- man gymnasium. From here they Lloyd, '32L, president of the Union. Graduate of the law class of 1900, 1uns tonight, and a makeshift hospital camp was giving first aid.
versity's most worthy traditions will march behind the Varsity band Judge Guy A. Miller, '00L, judge of and judge of the Wayne county I~r oken Conllmumications ad(l disputed public services made accurate
is indicative of a high sensibil- to the traditional spot in Sleepy the Wayne county circuit court, circuit court, who will be one of thenformationmeager ewuildings escape damage, even the roof of
ity of social obligation. Hollow, behind the University hos-- and Dean John R. Effinger, of the two principal speakers at the Fathln the famous Shwe-law-Iaw pagoda, in ancient temple rising to a
University students are sel- pita), where the ground has been ltrr-olee r lo ntepo Ie n os aqe obegvnbhh eisSw-M~- a p ggoda. ofan4ancetwtemplecrisingtoha
dom requested to contributeto marked off fo the g ather i ogram.y ghUnion Saturday night.e height of 324 feet was wrecked. The
charitable solicitations. This is the various classes and the spec- During his incumbency as head pagoda is one of the holiest places i
perhaps fortunate, for college tators of the affair of the Detroit police force, M r. NlT r n peria srfortunateM ioCcllegenotois ftheehaliast.plallacesain
students are notoriously penur- I Yost to Give Awards. Emmons has attained national Though the greatest damage in
ious. But obviously they can A loud speaker arrangement has prominence. He has a son who is ;the Pegu division, whih includes
easily afford an occasional con- been installed. on the speakers' now a freshman in the Unversity,
. fl Haroi d H.iiEmmons,' '33." the city of Rangoon, was at Pegu
tributtion, stand to facilitate addressing the Harold H. Emmons, '33.[ILI .giuLlVI ltu tu
tributon._crowd in the small amphitheatre Arrangements Completed. TDjJJ JIlfOU_ _Iitself, Rangoon suffered terribly in
The main speaker of theaeve- twdahe c aisponsor ed by th ichigan State Defeated 9-0 the earthquake. Two hundred dead
ning, reputed to be a prominenttwdaprgmsonrebyheMcgn have been taken from the ruins of
almnrut of th e iversi, h ot Union, it is expected the banquet Lennox Robinson, Author of in Decisive Matches many buln tnight an on
alumnus of the University, has notwill draw an even larger crowd The Whiteheaded Boy,' to many buildings tonight and un-
E yet been disclosed, McBride said than 460, the number which at- Talk Irih D at Dual Meet. counted others still lay in the d e
last night. Ernest Reif, '30 and tended last year. One er ago a on s rama.
Stanton Todd, '30, are scheduled to more than 50 persons applied for POEAL WINS CLOSE MATCHLPYg
make short addresses Fielding H. tickets who could not be dPe-uLAaTlB
Yotwllaadth__blnestikthocudo e{ r~(Sp toI 0 1he 0 /)aThdarhukews n o)h
Y__wa_1"M"- blankets dated, therefore it is imperative'k
Ch Brib to the athletes who have received that places at the banquet be as- Second of the two lectures by Displaying a complete reversal worst ever known in a district that
rizonaSenatorCargesB esI two letters in sports activities dur- sured by the early purchase of Lennox Robinson; director of th" ,f form from that shown in the has frequently suffered from them.
Offered for Votes; Fiery ing their competition in the Un- tickets. There are now on sale at Irish National theatre, Dublin, will Nc:thwestern match, Michigan's Towns near Rangoon and Pegu were
Discussion Follows. versity.n hthe main desk in the Union lobbyI be given at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow varsity tennis team scored a deci- badly shaken and communications
____FloigteIeeoisaon and may also be obtained from vi t.a-I asytni were cut, so that casualtes else-
DEMOCRAT IS ACCUSED the speakers' stand, the snake Uincommiteemen. 1 in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. sive 9-0 win over Michigan State's where could not be verified. One
D M CA IS ACSDdance will start around the huge: Tickets to the banquet include Mr. Robinson's subject will be racqueteers at East Lansing yester- port said that Thongwa Island in
(ray t1souu Ys) bon-fire that will be constructed on complimentary tickets to the Illini- "Irish Plays, Playwrights, and Pro- Perfect conditions the Hanthawaddy districthad di-
the spot, and the Freshmen will di- dayiafternobn.ePerectaconditionshducers"anThealectureywilldbetopenr
WASHINGTON, May 6-The Sen- st themselves of their tsMihigan baseball game for Satur- o the general public greeted the netmen in their first appeare en y.
I et hmele f hi pt. day,.afternoon .passes for the night jtoteVeerlpulcgreedteleme)n rPopulation Homeless.,
atewil 'ote atJ o'clock to . O .,ree Show. Offered. y ", er the 'aje io theter and'Mr. Robinson has been brought out-of-town jaunt. Virtu heppulation
row on the severely contested nom- A parade will lead back to the passes for fr'use o the Union to the campus by Play Production Easily the feature match of the of Pegu, normally about 18,000, was
ination of Judge John J. Parker campus and to the two ,free shows 'swimming; pool. The first two of as guest director of his own play, day was the brilliant tennis exhi- homeless and shelterless tonight.
of North Carolina to the Supreme which are to be offered by the these are furnished through the "The Whiteheaded boy.' The pro- btion offered by Beal, playing The municipal buildings, the banks,
Court with the result believed to- Michigan and Majestic theatres. courtesy of the Athletic association duction will be given Friday, Sat- nm0 g d the government school, the police
night to hinge on three Senators The free shows will be open onlyI and the Butterfield theater inter- urday, Monday and Tuesday nights number one man for Michigan, andcommissioner's office and the mar-
still in the doubtful class. to those students that are in the stsrespectively. in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. Captain Kane, who performed in a ket were destroyed. The fire still
The agreement to vote tomorrow line of the parade, McBride said, Fraternities Plan Entertainment. The play has been cast from the similar capacity for State. Follow- smoldered in the evening.
was reached after the Senate had and the theatre managements have As supplementary attractions, students in the Play Production ing two hours of play that at times Great numbers of natives were
tebeen requested not to allow anyone coursesupplementaryarattractions,',studentsninhthellPlay Production
made its own investigation of the Cap Night will be held on Friday courses. Reheartals are being held ht the allery to their feet buried in the collapse of a motion
Demcra AonatrAshurst, to enter beore the parade has night in Sleepy Hollow. Many fra- each afternoon and evening in the roug ga picture theatre overwhelmed while
emanatreachedthehouses. Police pro ternities are planning programs to laboratory in University Hall. Beal eked out a victory by the nar- the show was going on.
judgeships were being offered in tion has been enlisted at both entertain visiting parents inas- The scenery for the production row margin, 5-7, 6-7, 7-5, though All railroad communication be-
return for votes for Parker. theatres to prevent undue confus- much as Mothers day falls on has been designed by Charles trailing the Sparton leader three yond Pegu was halted by the col-
In a session tense with excite- ion or attempts at rushing the .Sunday. Holden, grad., and is being con- f t lapse of a bridge.
ment and teeming with angry ex-- doors. The same picture will be In order to cooperate with fra- structed by the students in the
changes, Senator Ashurst named shown at both houses. ternities and other groups which stagec-raft class of the course. the deciding set. TORNADO TAKES
chanes,{Senator shmrt i The regular first shows at both wish to attend Saturday's banquets The box office sale of seats for In the five remaining sinles
Senator Dill, Democrat, Washing- theatres will be started early in or-ias a body, blocks of seats in any the four nights of the production: matches State was only able to TOLL
had told him he had been offered1 der to clear the houses before they number will be reserved. Reserva- opened last week at the theatre accumulate a total of seven games
a judgeship if he would vote fort are opened to the Cap Night par- tions should be filed as early as The box office will be open today out of the ten sets played. Captain
Parker ticipants' . b for locations will be as- and tomorrow from 11 o'clock to 5 Eddie Hammer, Wolverine net ace, (BY Assoiatd Press)
Calm and dispassionate in con- :signed according to the order in o'clock. From Friday on, with the routed Olsen to the tune 6-0, 6-2. DALLAS, Tex., May 6.-At least
trast to the tempestuous scene be- e OCraCy Subject of which requests are received, These exception of Sunday, the box office In the third singles encounter, 14 persons were beleved killed late
fore Senator Dill said Senator As-may be made by phoning the main ill remain open until 9 o'clock at I Brace, sophomore star, was not today in tornadoes which struck
hurst had misunderstood him and iAdelph House Speaker ydesk at the Ui.night. pressed to win over Mott, 6-1, 6-0. Texas, centering in the central
foreth Senat Dill d Seaton Robert Clarke allowed Pinneo only and extending as for south as San
wos "de S"ae aedwho pert Prof. R. W. Sellars of the philoso-Mg Antonio. High 'wind storms, hail
ws"ridiculous." He said 'a p hydpatet-pk o AeI om d lu ral athematics Club to three games in winning 6-1,62
- phy department spoke on Ameri oComedyC lu Pialsi . h Ryan of Michigan trimmed Cam- and rain were reported from many
urged him to vote for Parker but th can Democracy" at a meeting ofPWillbeT aat e l Park eron 6-0, 6-1 while Reindel showed other sections of the state.
ure i ovt o akrbtthe Adelphi House of Representa- Will be Held Todlay7 to good'advantage in whitewash-; The identified dead are: Will
he did not consider the friend had j tives last night. He commented on Ii Substituting for their weekly tea, Ing advntn w-- Bowman, 65, and grandson, Bill
made any offer. A reference had;'ahmtc lbwl oate ing Hutchinson, 6-0, 6-0. Bwa,6,adgadoBl
the lack of interest shown by the Mathematics Club will hold their won Bowman, 5, and a man named
been made to judgeships but he telakofiteetShwnprte ingtryouts for Comedy Club. I nuCappicnicatoda attDelhicWoods
n American public in politics. Spring C annual picnic today at Deli Wover the formidable State team of Dickson, 70, at* Frost; J. C. Klees-
did no ttake him seriously. p Carl H. Urist, '30, Speaker of the campus dramatic organization, will Park, to which all members of the Kane and Olsen in the first dou- ties, iron worker at Randolph Field,
___________________ ~~~I be held from 4 o'clock to 6 o'clock mteaisdprmn n l
.ue,-this afternoon in Sarah Caswell An- md bles match, whose play was second near San Antonio, fatally injured
Students Will Recite iphi honor award. gell hall. mathematics are welcome. Baseball only to the Beal-Kane singles en- when a wind storm struck the field
Lines of Noted Poets Applicants for m e m b e r s h i p horseshoes, and swimming will take' counter. In triumphing 6-3, 6-4, the injuring 15 others.
Prices Forced Upwards should memorize a sketch from a the place of the customary recre.I attack of Michigan's new number The entire business section of
Students from classes in oral in- by Heavy Bull Market {play, from three to five minutes in ational period that is held each one doubles combination was most Frost, a town of 1,000 population
terpretation will give a recital ofI length, to be given at the meeting Wednesday at 4 o'clock in room 3201 effective. Hammer was a tower of in Navarro county, was wiped out
t i rm 12 of Mason Hall (B Associated Pr this afternoon. If second trials are Anell Hall strength at the net while Brace and at least four persons killed, ac
p~v~.y " *~ ~ 'to be hld, theplace ad time illth_____the__n_____supporBrachisaartner ithahiscordingtorB.nN George dho r-

Phis arnoIon iuat 4 V'1ock-NEW YRK, Ma 6-Th bul to be held, the place and time will 1 "1a supported his partner with his cording to B. N. George, who re-
this afternoon at 4 o'clock. I NEW YORK, May 6-The bulls b none aeRcadS oe ~. t l
This is the second of a series of made whoopee on the stock mar- beannouncedlaer,icr oosstent ground and overhead turnes rtkBooming Grovehfrom
mae hope nth sok ar '30, president of the organization, ; Reed epored Beer strokes, the srce iyadtlpoe
ecials whhared bing Sponso- k e dad he beas forsia said last night. After Recent Illness Bel and Clark took the measure his information to Corsicana with
ed by the Speech department andI change paid the bill. It was a siz- Eigbiit eqirmetefrssm
given by students. They will read able reckoning too, for closing Eligibility requirements for mem -rs aid.
of Kipling, Dunbar, Reily prices revealed net gains of $2 to bership are limited only by schol- Word has been received of the Goodwin 6-0, 6-2 in the secondi George said he counted four
gedothers. $39 in a long list of shares. astic eligibility, Cole said. recovery of Prof. Thomas H. Reed doubles match while Reindel and' bodies and said he believed many
; of the political science department, Ryan won over Mott and Hutch-|more were buried in the debris of
Medical Students Plan who was confined for two weeks ison 6-3, 6-0 in the last scheduled business buildings. The storm ap-
KING GEORGE ATTENDS NEWMARKET recently in a St. Louis hospital. match. parently did little damage in the
CES Annual Faculty Parody)residence section.
RAON TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY George added that many ured
yac wThe annual smoker for medical RUTHVEN PREDICTS NEW BUILDINGS were in the streets crying for help.
(By ssoiare Press) , ace watched the picturesque chang- students will be held tonight at 7 IN DISCUSSION OF FUTURE MICHIGAN Physicians and ambulances were
LONDON, May 6.-King George, ing of guards and heartily cheered o'clock i the Mimes Theatre. The dispatched to the town from half
celebrating the twentieth anniver- ;program wihi ne h u a dozen neighboring cities.
sary of his accession to Britain's the king as he drove through the spices of Galens, honorary medical A glimpse into the future Uni- Angell hall. The North Wing to Corin enthbrspgcitr.
throne, left Buckingham palace palace gates to the race meeting. fraternity, will consist of a play k versity of Michigan-a Michigan of Angell hall will be constructed on Corsicana sent a special train
this morning to attend the races at It was said that he would remain centering around the faculty. This I increased size and importance- the site now occupied by the Law received by the Waco .News-Tri-
Newrarkt tdayandWednsda. Iat ewmrke fortheentre eet IIwill be followed by refreshments at I was afforded yesterday by an inter- building when the Law school ac- +1bueincadth dehoft
Newmarket today and Wednesday. at Newmarket for the entil meet-the Union. view with President Alexander G. quires new quarters. e indicated the death of at
It was the first time his majesty ing, returning to London Friday. Ruthven. In addition, an administration least nine persons in McClennan
his serious illness of 1928-29.g The day was observed, for the '_ _In the immediate future, Michi- building, an observatory, a music Hill and Navarro county communi-
The races he will see include thes- most part, quietly.Twenty-one2Ou9.WeatherMan gan will not, according to Presi- building and a fine arts building ties.
Temrketacassic with a2,000guns incd h ms park uey boomenty-ae Ldent Ruthven, emphasize new will be erected. These buildings,
Newmarket classic with a 2,000 guns nHyd park boomed a salute - buildings. The major building Dr. Ruthven stated, are the ones at Universit Receives
guinea stake. and naval stations throughout the lsAneeds having been met, first at- present deemed most necessary and
Kink George was up early and I empire took up the refrain. Bells ;\\\ ontion willhbe iven to eucational 1',,il nrnnhlr om -r-r-n --I ~a.. - v_ - _L . Z?. _ f

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