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VOL. XL. NO. 156




Henry Russel
Holtzman Will Take Mound for
Fisher's Crew in Fifth
Conference Tilt.



The Whiteheaded Boy', Irish Dialect Play,
to Open Tonight in Mendelssohn Theatre iLiiviL UV1

Dr. Carl Hubbs Awarded Prize
for Outstanding Work
on Fish Study.

Emmons, Effinger, Miller Wil
be Principal Speakers
at Dinner.


Palo Picked to Turn Back Bats
of Wolverines in Endeavor
to Gain First Win.
Iy Joe Russell Ir
H~oping to improve their ranking

Senate Picks Curator of Fishes Fathers Will Attend Cap Night
in Biology Museum for ! Ceremonies; Free Movies j
High Honor. at Local Theatres.
Dr. Carl Leavitt Hubbs, curator Tickets for the Father and Sons
of fishes in the zoology museum banquet, to be held in the Union!
d i tn t fessr in the '

All Classes to March to Sleepy
Hollow for Traditional
Yost to Talk; Will Present 'M'
Blankets to Winners of
Two Letters.
Cap Night, the traditional cere-
I mony marking the entrance of the
freshman into the sophomore class
with the burning of their "pots",
will be celebrated at 8 o'clock to-
night in Sleepy Hollow. All classes
of the University will assemble at
Waterman gymnasium at 7:30 and
begin the march to the Hollow, led
by the Varsity band.
Fielding H. Yost will be the prin-
cipal speaker at the exercises,
which will mark the advancement

in Western Conference baseball
standingskMichigan's Varsity nine
will attack a badly down-tr~dden 3
Boilermaker squad at 4:00O'clock
this afternoon on Ferry Field. The
Purdue team has established a
string of defeats in the Big Ten
this season which leaves them in
however, will probably put the Wol-
tom rung of the championship lad-
der, while the Wolverines are strug-
gling for recognition in the race to
defend their 1929 title.
Coach Fisher's 1930 edition with
two, wins, one defeat, and one tie
is still a possibility for the crown,
but while the Varsity has shown
form at times which stamps them
as strong defenders on other oc-
casions they have looked anything
but champions. One more defeat,
however will probably put the Wol-
verines out of the race for top
honors, but that event would be
a distinct surprise should it come
this afternoon.
Wolverines Favored.
Five Big Ten teams havre turned
back the desperate attempts of the
Boilermakers to win a game, and
unless the invaders show a reversal j
in form this afternoon, Michigan
will trot onto the field distinct fav-
orites to come out on the long end
of the teore. hio State smashed
Purdue to the tune of 1-2 in anlI
early game this season, while
Michigan held the Buckeyes to a
3-3 tie in their only meeting.
Northwestern has taken the mea-
sure of the' Purdue squad twice,
8-5 and 5-3, with the Wildcat batj
ters fattening their averages b3t
the expense of the Boilermaker
hurlers. Northwestern also has a
victory over the Wolverines to its
credit, however, by an 8-5 score,
when the Cats drove in three runs
in the second inning to put the
game on ice.
Holtzman, Coach Fisher's pitch-
ing choice for the fray this after-
noon, worked well against Colgate
last week until the fourth inning
when a barrage of hits, aided by
some costly Michigan errors, let in
six runs. Upon Palo will probably
fall the task of turning back the
Wolverines version of "murderers'
row" although he was nicked for
12 hits by the Illini last week when
the Champaign team defeated the
Boilermakers by a 12-1 count.
Caraway and Harmeson were the i
big guns for Purdue in this game,
accounting for four of the seven
Purdue hits.
Michigan. Purdue.
Butler, rf. Snodgrass,ss.
Superko, 3b. Rudacille, 2b
Tompkins, ef. Caraway, If.
Hudson, lb. Mills, rf.
Straub, cap. If. Fleming, lb.
Myron, ss. H armeson, ef.
Truskowski, c. Kugler, c.
Daniels, 2u. Waever, 3b.
Holtzman, p. Palo, p.
Cooke Chosen Captain
of Military Society
In the Scabbard and Blade elec-
tions held yesterday the following
men were elected to office: Thomas
Cooke, '31, captain; Dan W Hich-
ox, '31FC, first lieutenant; Robert
D. Gordon, '31, second lieutenant;
Clyde W. Johnson, '31, sergeant.

ana assisant proeaiinti
- I zoology department, b is been as-
signed the Henry Russel Award far
the year 1929-1930. The award wa:;
made on the basis of Dr. Hubbs''
Dr. Carl Leavitt Hubbs, outstanding contributions to thcE
Curator of fishes in the Zoology study of fishes, in which subject
Museum and assistant professor in he is recognized as one of the
the Zoology department, who has world's leading experts.
been announced the winner of the Although the award is usually
Henry Russel Award for the year made when the annual Henry Rust
1929-1930. sel Lecture is given, this year tho
______- - ;award is being announced by Pres-

ballroom at 6 o'clock Saturday
night, are being sold rapidly, ac-I
cording to Kenneth M. Lloyd, '32L,
president of the Union, The sale
of tickets will continue at the main
desk in the Union lobby until the
'time of the banquet. However, due'
to the tremendous demand which,

Mr. Lennox Robinson, director of the Irish National theatre, Dublin,
is shown above instructing members of the cast of "The Whiteheaded
Boy" in the essentials of Irish dialect, which is used in the play. The
production opens at 8:30 o'clock tonight at the Lydia Mendelssohn

last year exceeded the number
available, tickets should be bought
today in order to assure a place
at the dinner.


theatre for a four nights' run.
night and Tuesday night.

It will play tomorrow night, Monday

ident Alexander G. Ruthvenr Saturday's banquet will culmin- ofevery studentto the next high
SOSSELLnsuc the Daily Official Bulletin ;atmento- for visiting parents. Cap iLISCUSSEST est class. Student speeches by
Tyne, of the history departmen4 night is to be held tonight in Sleepy Ernest C. Reif, 30, president of the
1 9 who was voted the Henry RusseliHollow followed by free shows at i Student council, and Stanton W.
Y SPORT POST Lectureship for 1929, has since died the Michigan and Majestic the-N Todd, '30, president of the senior
and the lecture has therefore been atres. literary class will open the ro-
omitted for the year. Give Ball Game Passes. iYo gram.A.
Three Junior Assistants Named Has Wide Experience. Through the courtesy of the Ath Discredits General Belief That Many Classifiers Take Advantaewards
to Aid Russell in Editing Dr. Hubbs, whose studies of letic association, complimentary A number of loud speakers
Fo s m Yea g fishes have been made not only in I tickets to the Illinois-Michigan Dry Law is Responsible of Opportunity for Early have been installed on the speak-
For Coming Year. this state and in California, but baseball game and track meet to- for Many Criminas. Choosing of Courses. ers' stand to facilitate addressing
--- also along the Pacific Coast, Wis- morrow afternoon will be provided the crowd in the small ampithe-
'ENSIAN STAFF CHOSEN consin, Oklahoma, and Japan, has to all fathers holding banquet CLOSES FORUM SERIES ELIMINATES CONFUSION atre. Mr. Yost, following his ad-
(published more than a hundred tickets. Similarly, the Butterfield _____ dress, will award "M" blankets to
Concluding the appointments to papers on miscellaneous topics re- theatre interests have providedrt- the athletes, who have received.
the editorial staff of The Daily, the lating to this subject. He first came passes for the night performance Violation of the prohibition law two letters during their participa-
senior sports editor and three jun- to the University as curator and at the Majestic theatre following have not been a dominent factor tc= of the next school year was be- tion in intercollegiate competition
or assitants for the next year wereI instructor in the Museum in 1920. the banquet. Fathers will also have in filling the prisons of the nation gun yesterday in the office of the while at Michigan, in final appreci-
innounced last night by Henry J. He had previously served as an free use of the Union swimming to capacity in the opinion of R. Recoider. A large number of stu- ation of their athletic attainment.
Merry, '31, recently appointed man- assistant in the Ichthyological Sur- pool during their stay. i . dents, according to Prof. Daniel L. Following the ceremonies around"
agiedr.ny apvey of Bonneville Basin, Utah, and Many fraternities which are co- W. McLain, chaplain of the Jack- Rich, Director of Classification, took the speakers' stand, all freshmen
fom e '31, wrom 1917-1928 was assistant cur- operating with the Union in plan- ! son State prison, who addressed advantage cf this opportunity for will take part in the snake dance
aschosen as ator of Ichthyology and herpe- niag a week-end program for the [the final All-Campus 1brum of the an early settling of schedules and
spo rt editoi has been a en- toogy the Field 1Thuseum of Nat- srt g rnts, a hareadyre- y ''tm- elimination o f the rush i Sep- BONFIRE BRIGADE
ber of the sports staff for two and ural Hitrya Chicago.lsevedBlcsoing laens, at he anead year yesterday afternoon in Aum-'tember. OFR RGD
a half years and for the past year srHbbs is a metiber of the n e ni Memorial hall. By this new plan, any student WILL MEET TODAY
I D. H~bb i 'amemer f he Blcksofseats in any number may
was one of the three junior mem- American Association for the Ad- be reserved until noon tomorrow The speaker discredited this gen- who so desires may, at the present
bers of the staff. He will direct all vancement of Science, the Amer- b tif th desk at the eral belief as being the result of time, completely fill out his elec- Freshman men will meet in
reporting activities in the way of ican Society of Zoologists, Ecolo- no yndividua students ma much propaganda. He backed his tion card and his class cards which front of the Union at 1 o'clock
intercollegiate, interscholastic, and gical Society of America, Califor- a . rh ticke statement by showing that there will be held in the Registrar's office this afternoon to form parties to
intramural athletics. nia Academy of Science, Michigan p ru m is Toastmaster are only 220 liquor law violators at 'pending payment of fees next fall. collect material for the Cap
intr murl a hletcs,! B um m s T ast aste . a e IW hen the receipted coupon is pre-i Night bonfire. Those men unable
Introducing a new policy in the Academy of Science, Arts and Let- Judge Guy A. Miller, 'OOL, judge present incarcerated at Jackson in sented to the Director of Classifi- to meet at that time should go
management of the sports staff, ters, the Washington Biological !of the Wayne county circuit court comparison with a total prison cation in September the cards will to the corner of Huron and State
Sheldon C. Fullerton, 32, J. Cullen Society, and the Research Club of and Harold H. Emmons, Detroit population of almost 5,000. I be immediately released and sent, streets where they will be picked
Kennedy, '32; and Robert D. Town- the University. He is at present j police commissioner, will be the In discussing the psychology of to the instructors chosen. up by the trucks any time dur-
send, '32, were appointed to the editor of Copeia, a journal which
sa principal speakers at the annual the criminal, Rev. McLain pointed Instituted last December for the ing the afternoon.
position of assistants to the sports deals with fishes, reptiles, and dinner. Dean John R. Effinger, of out that the particular. tempera- present semester in the literary col-
editor. This innovation was creat- phibians. the literary college, will speak as ment of the criminal suited him to lege, the School of Education, and around the huge bon-fire that will
ed to give the junors on the staff Fund Provides Prize, representative of the faculty; Prof. a particular branch of crime. Thus the School of Music, the fact that be constructed. As they pass the
a definite standing and to provide The Henry Russel Award and . John L. Brumm, head of the jour- he enumerated many categories of the new system did away with the blaze they will throw their "pots"
theudercassene brrkmng eenr ise a resultpf hay nalism department, will act as criminal types such as alcoholics, standing in line and the crowds into the fire and then with the
tthe smerssime. heap t en gftathed rsy by he late toastmaster. All of these men are dope addicts, stick up men, safe that have previously accompanied other classes, will follow the band
At the same time, the appoint- gift to the University by the fathers of men students in the blowers, or second story men. It I classification ensured its success. back to the Michigan and Majestic
ments for the junior positions an Henry Russel of Detroit, A.B. '73-6, University at the present time. was improbable, he said, that a Fears that early elections would re- theatres where free shows will be
the editorial staff of the Michigan- L.L.B. '75, A.M. '76, who gave, by ;Lloyd, as president of the Union, criminal suited to one branch of sult in a larger number of changes given the student body by the But-
ensian were announced by George bequest, a fund of $10,000 to the | will speak in behalf of the stu- I crime would do well in another' at the beginning of the second se- terfield interests.
A. Dusenbury, '31, newly selected University, the income of which dents. branch. mester were found to be for the Free Shows to Be Given.
editor of the yearbook. was to be used for additional com- Thskeurhr__ssfedmost part unfounded. T
Frederick F. Brace, '32, was pensation to members of the in- The speaker further classified An investigation conducted be-The
prisoninmate into two main foete eiioeadmd o u the support of the student body'
selected as senior editor; Edward S. structing staff. The regents have Ii fore the decision was made to put
McKay, '32, athletics editor, Al Mil- adopted the policy of awarding groups;n he s-aldd sensuas, into effect spring elections for Sep- i preventing undue nfusion a
ler, '32, feature editor; William W. half of the income from this fund iU; which included addicts of alcohol tember courses showed that early the doors of the theatres. Since
Knox, '32, organizations editor;! each year as a stipend for the T I and drugs, and moral degenerates classification procedure has been police protection will not be soli-
Frederick L. Merner, '32, fraterni- Henry Russell L6cture and half in is!II of all kinds. Under the other successfully instituted in several of cited for the first tine in the his-
ties editor; and Margaret . Morin, the form of the Henry Russel classificationhe put the law break- the larger universities in the United tory of the celebration of Cap
'31, was selected for the position of Award. 'The lecturer is selected by ers of a more intelligent and cour- States. Night, in quelling any possible dis-
women's editor. ethe council of the ResearchsClub Dinner for Graduating Men is ageous type, such as safe blowers, order,tthe Student governinghbody
jofheUiverityothebasiof_ forgers, or bootleggers. The latter I is asking the cooperation of the un-
hAdded Feature of Senior hass. he said were openly con-GUARDS KILL TW O dergraduates. The free shows will
'The award is givento one of the, Swingout Ceremonies. temptuous of the first named PRISON INMATES be open only to those students who
GIVEN OUT SOON younger members of the staff who group. are in the procession. The manage-
must not be of higher rank than Tickets for the Senior Stag ban- The sensualist exhibited an un- Ac ment of both theatres have been
Yearbook for 1930 to be Given I assistant professor and who, in the quet, which at 6:30 o'clock Tues- Isbalancedntemperament and lackot Gin isCare f ahs. s of bot t he been
opinion of a special committee of day night, in the ballroom of the' self control, whereas the gangster Gun is Cause of Deaths. enter before the band at the head
Out Wednesday, Thursday. the University Senate, has already Union, will inaugurate a new event type often possessed a firm char- I of the parade arrives.
won special distinction in his field in the traditional round of Senior acter and was abnormal only in Evelyn Brent's latest picture will
Marking the end of one of the and who shows unusual promise ceremonies, may be purchased to- his perversion toward crime, Mc- COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 8.-Their be shown at both theatres. As soon
most successful years in the his- for the future. day and for the remainder of the Lain stated. heads pierced by machine gun bul- as the Michigan is filled, the pro-
tory of the Michiganensian. the Previous recipients of the Henry week, Jackson A. Wilcox, '30, chair- Rev. McLain was enthusiastic lets accidentally discharged by cession will be diverted to the Ma-
the capus Wiedsdaiud hurs- Russell Lectureship have been man of the committee in charge, about the educatiolal efforts that Ohio National guardsmen, two Ohio jestic. Members of different honor
of nemxs wedes accordingrs- anProf. Moses Gomberg, Prof. Henry said yesterday. Bids are on sale .are being made in " many prisons penitentiary convicts lay dead to-1 societies and Student councilmen
day of next week, according to an A. Sanders, Prof. A. S. Warthin, and at the desk in the Union lobby, and and pointed out that at Jackson it night, the latest in the long string will have charge of the parade.
announcement made yesterday by Prof."F. G. Novy. The Henry Russell may be purchased from any of the' was often possible to educate an of prison casualties dating from the
Samuel F. Atkins, 30, business man- Award was given in 1926 to Dr. i following men: Stanton Todd, Stan ;illiterate prisoner up through the Easter Monday fire when 320 con- left Seven Students
Distribution will take place iniCarter Goodrich of the department Cochran, James 0. Willard, Jack fourth grade within a period of 90 victs met death A third convi Ev
waIonddi hesotngo o ie em esi
the basement of Angell hall. TheI of economics; in 1927 to Dr. Al-f Webster, and Tom Winter. Tickets days. wswuddi h hoigo oM msM m esi
stubs obtained at the previous all- I bert Hyma of the history depart- may also be procured through any Jackson boasts lawyers and en- this morning, a few hours after un-
campus sale must be presented to ment; in 1928 to Dr. Lawrence M. of the senior class presidents. gineers, besides many skilled art- ruly prisoners, confined in a barb- Seven students were elected to
obtain the book at this time. Ac- !Gould, and in 1929 to Dr. John Many of the University's oldest isians who have been graduated ed wire stockade within the prison i membership in Mimes, campus
cording to Atkins, any students who Alexander, of the surgery depart- and most popular songs will be from its prison population. yard, destroyed their temporary dramatic, organization, at a recent
have lost these stubs may obtain ment. sung under the leadership of J. ishelter tents by firing them. i meeting, it was announced yester-
duplicates at the office'of the 'En- Fred Lawton, '11, of Detroit, who Sigma Delta Chi Picks The two dead were Albert Free- day by Hugh Claney, '30. They are
sian in the Press building but not Bill Tilden Stars in Iawill be the alumni speaker of the . man, negro, and Frank Ross, both Frederick C. Crumpacker, '32,
until after the campus distribution. evening. He has chosen to speak Diy Men for Offices of Cuyahoga County, serving long Harry L. Arnold, Jr., '32, Duane
Eight original etchings of some AustrianTileMeetthe spirit of Michigan as it is seen terms. They met death as Wells, '32, Trusedale Mayers, ' ,
of the new campus buildings by and felt by the alumni. His re- Gurney Williams, '31, news edi they slept in the dormitory where Charles P. Moyer, '32L, Dwight H.
ofr theTe new Lcampus0,anbuildingsCallhby
Charles Mead are included in the V N Astia, May - marks will particularly concern tor of The Daily, was elected presi- the better element of prisoners Lewis, '30, and Allen B. Callahan,
senior section of this year's 'Ensian. VIENNA, Austria, May 8.-Big the attitude of seniors toward their dent of the Michigan chapter of were confined. special student in the school of
I University on the eve of their Sigma Delta Chi, professional jour- Tonight, scores of convicts who music.
triangular name plates, the 1930 the Austrian tennis championshipsg nalistic fraternity, at a meeting had been housed in the tents pend- All of the newly elected mem-
vearhook will include 584 nages. today and astounded the spectators held yesterday. Williams was for- ing repairs to the cell blocks which bers have been prominent in cam-

Applications for the nomina-
tion for each of the six offices
of vice-president of the Union
will be received at the office of
the general manager of the Un-
ion until 12 o'clock noon, Wed-
npeganv. Mav14. Annlicanns must


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