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VOL. XL. NO. 153 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1930 EIGHT PAGES

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FARRELL ENDS HIS flhIT WYKOFF LOWER$KRM
ILL PUND OUTFCAREER WITH WIN SENIWOVIING-OULICENTURY RECORDEMDPLORES
WI OVERVARSITY EXERCISE TO MARK:Cafz Sprint Sta Breaks ATTITUDE OF PRESS
BY SCOREOF 118 END OF ACTIVITIES nAT UNIONBNDET
LOS ANGELES, Calif., May 10.-
Illinois Combines Hard Hitting I!Ruthven to Address Graduating Frank Wykoff, University of South- Accurate Criticism of Current
With Wolverine Misplays I Class in Hill Auditorium ower dthornia r srecosr, toay Situations Asked by Head
to Win Weird Game. Following Procession. 100 yard dash when four timers of Detroit Police.
S clocked him in 9 2-5 seconds. The
SIX MOUNDSMIEN FAIL 1 LAWTON . TO GIVETALK feat was accomplished at the MILLER SEEKS IDEALISM
Southern California A. A. U. track
Coach Fisher Uses Fifteen MenTaditiona Ceremony to be Held and field meet at Occidental col- i
in Vain Attempt to Repel Teaditon armony; tol be H llge.Efne eussC-prto
ot Hts e Tuesday on Campus; Will be Wykoff eclipsed the record by of Parents as Moral Force
Barrage ofHitsFollowed by Banquet. one-fifth of a second without the for College Students.
aid of starting blocks. His mark
Despite thefactth C oachStephen J. Farrell,Beginning the traditional round equals that of George Simpson of Assailing the press as presenting
esedth5 chanCay SheldensC.Flreeto, of ceremonies marking the finish hio State, whose time with start- what is believed to be what thet
Fisher used 15 Michigan players, Retiring coach- of the Michigan mg blocks is now under considera- oublic wants to read and not at-
including six pitchers, in an effort track team after 18 years of active of their college careers, seniors of tion. I tempting to inculcate the desire to
to stop the Illini in yesterday's service, who watched his team win the University will gather together find truth and accurate criticisms
game on Ferry Field, the Illinois a rousing victory over Illinois yes- at the annual Swing Out exercises The present world's record for in newspaer columns, Harold H.
batsmen combined 14 hits with terday in a hard fought battle. Tuesday afternoon. Following the the 100 yard dash is jointly held Emmons, '99L, Detroit commissioner
five Wolverine errors to take one of exercises, a banquet will be 'given: by Charlie Paddock, of the Los An- of police, last night told more thanl
the weirdest baseball games that at 6:30 o'clock in the ballroom of: geles A. C. who stepped the dis- 400 persons at the Union's Father
has been played in Ann Arbor in the Union for all male seniors. tance in 9.5 seconds in 1926, and; and Son's banauet that no organi-
recent years by a score of 11 to 8. MAYJETE IELITS eJ. Fred Lawton, '11, of Detroit, Eddie Tolan, Michigan star, who zation, particularly the police de-
Teams Get 25 hits. will be the principal speaker at ran the 100 in 9.5 lastseason Both' nartment, can be exoected to func-
Besides the 14 blows that rained I1the dinner which is a new event of of these marks are consideed as tion properly while being made the
off the bats of the Indians, Michi- IILU Ithe calendar of senior activities. official and both were made with- butt of unfair appraisal of current
gan contributed 11 safe hits to _Lawton, in addition to being the out the use of starting blocksitu b the w r
swel he otl fr he ay Noles Never before has the world facedI
swell the total for the day. No lessI Expect Michigan Musical Event composer of "Varsity", is well' such a tremendous need for a spirit
than 11 of the 25 hits that then by the student body as theH I of idealism-the will to do the right
game produced were good for extra to Draw Unprecedentednspeakerat many of the pep meet- thing in the right way at all times,"
speake the ep mee- r tingti
bases, one .double, five triples, and Publicity. ,ngs before football games last fall. Emm ons declared, pointing o't that
five home runs sending the fielders, He will speak on the spirit of Mich- fila city such as Detroit, which has
chasing to all parts of the playing1 PLAN NOVEL REHEARSALS gan as seen and felt by the Alumni. attracted the highest type of youn
space to secure the long blows.__ He will later direct his talk to the L IUU d Uworkmen. is facing a crime war
Roy Hudson, Michigan first base- National attention is being oattitude of seniors towards Mich- _the result of unemployment, in
man, took batting honors for the igan on the eve of their graduation.' Ctt to Make F l Report 'which more than 50 per cent of the
day with a home run and two widely stirred this year by the Other Speakers Listed. Commiteema p crimes are committed by youths in
triples, while Brown, Illini first quality of the May Festival pro- Other men to address the ban- After Due Consideration their 'teens and early twenties. The
baseman, followed him closely with grams that "Michigan's greatest quet will be Prof. O. J. Campbell of of Problem. university and the home must co-
a arof circuit smashers. Other r msclce~"iseietdt e the English department and Prof __1__oerate, he believes, in creating the
home run hitters for the day in- musicalFevent is expected to get Fielding H. Yost, director of ath- WILL DISCUSS TAXATION idealism' which wil effect a whole-
elude Tompkins of the Wolverines, more widespread publicity than letics. Ernest C. Reif, president of some respect for laws as they stand
and Mills of Illinois. Five triples ever before. . the Student council, will speak for atndihave one junior d will clearly mark non-conform
were also hit during the course of The Musical Courier and Musical the senior classes. Prof. Waldo Ab- Fraternities will s as ypoc
the game, if it can be called such, America of New York, and the bot of the rhetoric department, will and one senior representative on Miller Advocates Hard Work.
Superko and Straub hitting three Music News and Musical Leader of act as toastmaster. the Interfraternity Council in the Judge Gu A. Miyle 'O y
baggers in addition to those made Chicago, have already made ar- Tickets which are priced at $1.50,fall of 1931, and only juniors will troit, judge of the Wayne county
by Mills, and Hudson.I rangements with Charles Sink, may be secured at the desk in the be permitted to hold offices in the men to formulate well-founded bas-
Compton Driven From Mound. president of the music school, for Union lobby, or from any of the organization if the amendment es of conduct suited to the new in-
Illinois hopped on the offerings special correspondents to give first- senior class presidents up till Tues- dustrial conditions. Twenty-five
of Compton in the first inning to hand accounts of the Festival. day morning. Bids may also be ob- :which recently was submitted to years ago the attitude that the
push across its first three markers. Attention is being partifcularly tained from the following: Stanton and passed by the Senate on Stu- world owed each person a living
Captain Jimmy Lymperopoulous led drawn to the performance Thurs- W. Todd, Stan Cochran, James O. dent Affairs is accepted by the was not .accepted, but today, he
off with a clean single, stole sec- day night of Honegger's King Willard, Jack Webster, and Tom council tomorrow afternoon at averred, society does owe a chance
ond, went to third when Truskow- David, which great work has only Winter. 4:15 o'clock in room 302 of the to make a living. If a man can
ski heaved the ball into center try- twice been performed in this coun- All seniors will form in classes I Union. The problem of rushing not earn his support, he said, he
ing to catch him going down to try. A special arrangement in re- at 3:15, Tuesday afternoon, along will also be discussed. must obtain it otherwise at the ul-
second, and stole home a moment hearsal this year has been made the walk on the campus, extending A committee report on deferred timate expense of the pubc. e
later before the second man had for the better preparation of this out from the medallion on the dia- rushing will be presented to the troit is now spend g from $300,00
ruhnilepeete otetoit50is00nosenfromhe$300,000
even had his turn at bat. Before difficult work. The University gonal in front of the library, in the; to unemploedaskl orken.p
thenround ws or tha.e IlliniSymphony orchestra has been following order: senior literary class representatives during the reet- of unemployed skilled workmen.
the round was over the Ili' trained as temporary substitute for on the walk extending northwest ing. For some time a special group "Without an amendment to the
through the medium of Mills trip- the Chicago symphony and has from the medallion to Waterman has been making a study of theunem
le and two sacrifice hits had se- been able to give the Choral Union gym; engineers on the diagonal situation. A final report of the I pioyment and depression no powei
cured three runs. '.an indication of the problems to south of the Library; architects di- vestigation and plans will be ex- on earth can save this country from
be solved in rehearsal with the rectly behind the engineering class; plained to those present. The com- a society of Red Communism,"
Chicago Orchestra on Thursday medics on the walk extending west mittee consists of Stanton Todd, Judge Miller stated. Education.
ILLINOIS. AB R H PO A E t toward University hall; law stu- '30, Henry Merry, '31, Robert Chap- Mller state Enuation.
Lymperopoulos, 3b 4 1 3 2 4 0 aeThe Chicago Orchestra, which dents in rear of medics on the same man, '30, Robert Crane, '31, Jack therefre, mustneae an h atti
the m l background jwalk; dental seniors on the walk Houston, '30, and William Farrell' o critical mindedness which will
Tryban, ss....4 2 2 1 4 0 supplies te musical'bcgon lead" to a clear examination of the
Tryl, s . . ...u.3 3 3 0 1 0 for nearly all the concerts, arrives extending east to the pharmacy 30 .o social situation, simplifying it a
Mills, p-rf...... nArb Wed nd risbuilding; pharmacy students fl- The question of fraterty prop- far as possible in order to insure
Williams. c......4 1 0 11 0 0 in A Aro Wdesy morning, lowing the dents; grads on the walk! erty taxation will also be discussed. justice and safety for the body
Brown, lb....... 2 29 0 0 The arlona ed o H rchesra ba extending southwest toward Ro- Fraternities especially interested in politic he believes. Man himself
Steueragel, f...3 1 1 0 0 0 ium and put 'in readiness during mance Languages buildig; educa- this subject should have repre- must be looked to as the primary
Hazard. -...-.3 1 - 0 0 0th iumand pu 'in readiness durin tional students directly behind the sentatives present, according to
Fencl, of.....2 0 0 1 0 0 the forenoon for a strenuous re- grads; nurses and business ad sen- William Farrell, president of the ivating force in all situations
Ghur, 2b .........5 0 2 1 1 0; hearsal with the Choral Union and ios flloingtheeduatinalse-ecncanAldfatenitrprsidnt
--- -- guests artists that afternoon p ioascounci. All fraternity presidents must be taken into consideration
Totals........35 11 14 27 10 01 Nearly all the season tickets for Senior Lits Will Lead. are expected to be at this meetin the taninto conkierao
the Festival have been called for The senior literary class will lead tion, Judge Miller said.
MICHIGAN AB I PO A E by the faithful patrons and tickets the procession with Todd, president NERVOUS SYSTEM Dean Effinger Speaks.
Butler, rf ........5 0 1 0 0 0 for individual concerts are now be- of the' class, and Reif, president of TO BE DISCUSSED Speaking as representative Of
Superko, 3b ....:.4 3 1 2 3 0 ing sent to parties all around the the council, at the head of the line,ithe faculty, Dean John R. Effinger,
Tompkins, cf-p ...5 2 2 3 1 0 state able to be here only for a day behind the band. The route of the of the literary college, appealed to
Hudson, 1b ......4 2 3 13 1 0 or two. - march will be from the Library, go- Dr. Ashworth, Zoology Expert, the fathers to cooperate with the
Straub,ilf ..........4 0 2 2 0 1 ing north to North University and: Will Give Non-technical University in providing general in-
Myron, ss . .......4 0 0 0 2 FEDERAL FORCES then to Hill auditorium, where Illustrated Lecture. fluences along lines of conduct as
Truskowski, c ....4 0 1 4 1,.2 President Alexander G. Ruthven well as education, stating that the
Daniels, 2b p....... 1 23 VIE WITH REBELS will address the seniors. Following 11 Dr. J. H. Ashworth, head of the University would be willing to meet
Compton, p .......1 0 0 1 0 0 this address, the classes will make a University of Edinburgh zoology de- half-way, constructive suggestions
*J. Hill. , .....0..1 0 0 0 0 0 Hard Fighting, Heavy Casualties complete circuit of the campus. I partment, will give an illustrated of parents. He also charged high
Montague, p ..... 0 0 0 0 0 . Since Swing-Out, as a ceremony, lect "The NSyst of schools with offering courses which
BHolm , p...0 0 0 , Baptte on CT e Fr s isimbued with high tradition, not Annelids in Relation to Movement" are not fundamental and sending
Holtzman, p ......0 0 0 0 0 1 Battle on Two Fronts. I only of the University, but of all the at 8 o'clock tomorrow nihtib- their graduates to college with an

Mc~earmicke ..1 0 0 0 Iprimary educational institutions of w vi vw i"r'' .ii
Mcyeal, p ;.. .I.I'. .1 'S) the coutry, it should costmmtn te tural Science auditorium. This is "ease of speech" but lacking other
McCormick, cf . ..0 0 0 0 0 0 , m c arnd r, Poss) the country, it should command the another in the University lecture essential equipment.
- -- ~- SHANGHAI, China, May 10-Na- highest respect of both participants ser i
Totals . 37 8 11 27 15 5 series.
Tonllis.3 8t11 7 15nrm t itn I t and spectators student and faculty mI , . .. , ' v-77 - w_-

MICHIGAN THINCLADS DEFEAT

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LIINI TRACK TEAM TO GIVE
FARRELL WIN IN CLOSE MEET

Sentman of Illini Team Takes Scoring Honors
by Placing First in Two Hurdle Events
and Seconds in Other Races.
( T V > O , Russell
'Presenting Steve I'arrell, veteran M [ichigan track coach, with a
74 to ( win over a conilent band of Illinois cinder path stars, at
Terry Field yesterday afternoon. the \Volverine thinclads gave their
retirin mentor a rousing sendoff for his last home dual as a Maize
an' Blue coach.
\Vith tears in his eves as he watched his athletes pile up their
13 point advantage over 1iichigan's traditional rivals, Coach Farrell saw
a well-balanced squad overcome individual brilliance of -Sentman, Mac-
keever. i\ lcDerimont, anl ',ans.
Sentman, Ilni hurdle champion. annexed high score honors for the
afternoon wihen he placedf hrst in the two hurdle events, tie for first
in the high jump, and second in the broad jump for a total of sixteen
points. l'ldie TolanW. olverine dash star, ran away with second honors
®hv annexing firsts in the 1oo and
S ILP yard dashes.
Illini Get Three Slams.
Y I Coach Chick Woerner's team ac,
counted for three slams during the
BMONDA meet, taking nine points in the 120
and 220 yard hurdles and in the
Austin Wylie's Orchestra Will high jump, while Michigan sur-
Furnish Music for Final i prised the some 2,000 spectators by
All-Campus Dance placing three men first in the 440
P_-_yard dash with the Seymour twins
TO BiE HELD AT UNION and Russell crossing the finish line
TEL ATUI ahead of their rivals.
The sale of tickets for the 1930 Capt. McDermont of the Illini
Senior Ball will be thrown open to easily won the pole vault from
the campus on Monday, according Pottle of Michigan at 12.feet. 6
to an announcement made ,last inches, but ,went on to establish a
night by Richard Cole, '30. chair-F yr,
man of the committee. Bids may new Ferry Field record at 13 feet
be obtained at the main desk of the 5 1-2 inches beforehe.failed to
Union every afternoon starting to- clear the bar. His leap broke the
morrow between the hours of 3 old mark held by Brownell of Inli-
and 5 o'clock, Cole stated. nois by three and one half inches.
Austin Wylie and his famdus or- The only other Field record to fall
;hestra have been secured to play was in the discus throw when
'it the function. While playing at Brooks of Michigan tossed the plate
';he Golden Pheasant restaurant in! 144 feet 7 1-2 inches.to break
Cleveland, Wylie attracted nation- Shravesand's old distance by twp
.vide attention over the radio with feet five and one half, inches.
lis appealing music. He is at pres- I Tolan Wins Both Dashes.
ant playing on a southern tour, in- In the 100 yard dash Eddie Tolan.
eluding a number a college dances Wolverine negro flash, breasted the
and is reputed to be enjoying a tape two feet ahead of his team-
"eputation as an unusual attrac- mate Campbell with Useman a
tion. close third for a time of 9.8. These
Since the Ball will be the last so- three men finished in the same
2ial function of the present senior order in the 220, but with not more
class and since it is the only re- than a.-yard between them. Useman
maining large campus dance, con- was leading until the last ten yards
}iderable interest is being shown in when both Tolan and Campbell
the affair, if the sale of tickets may passed him.'The time for the 220
be used as an indication, Cole said. was 22 seconds.
No fraternity parties will be per- Wolf of Michigan was in the lead
mitted on the same night. for most of the mile run but sprint-
Dancing for the ball, which will ed too soon and both Makeever and
be given in the ballroom of the Un- Evans were able to cross the line
ion on May 23,'will last from 9 until ahead of him in 4:23.5. Both hur-
2 o'clock. Bids are priced at $5.00. dIe events, the 120 highs and the

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220 lows were easily annexed by
TAYLOR AWARDED the invaders with Sentman, Rogers,
$1 2 Fand Etnyer winning the 120 and
,200 FELLOWSHIP;Sentman, Burkhart, and Rogers
taking the 220 race, with fast time
Jonathan A. Taylor, 28A, was of 14.8 and 24.9.
awarded the Geore G. Booth: 'Michigan sprung a surprise when
Travelling Fellowship in Architec- the first two men to finish in the
ture, it was announced by Prof two mile run were wearing the
Emil Lorch, Dean of the College of Maize and Blue. Austin and Fitz-
Architecture. The fellowship car- gibbons both easily distanced
ries with it a stipend of $1,200 to be Makeever and Tockstein in this
I used for 'a year's study abroad.'race . Austin finishing thirty yards
Second place was awarded to Paul ahead of Tockstein who took third.
F. Jernegan, Grad., and third place Austin was clocked for the two mile
to P. H. Lemdrum, '29A.' at 10:2.5.
The problem assigned was the' Ii1:25
de prl.signio l r a admn aIn the half mile run also 'Michi-
designing of plans for an admmis- gan placed well with McLaughlin
tration building for a University, and Mueller taking four of the nine
the plans to be drawn without crit- points.
ical assistance. Twenty-four corn- Wolves Score on Field.
peted for the fellowship. With the exception of the pole
Members of the jury making the vault and the high jump Michigan
award were Marcus Burrowes, piled up large scores in the field
Walter Meir, Robert Hubel and Wil- events. Brooks and Poorman placed
liam Katt, all architects of Detroit, I ahead of Wineland in the shot,
and seven members of the Archi- j Brooks and Sanderson were ahead
tectural faculty. I of Celaya in the discus, and H.
Drawings submitted in competi- Campbell and Patton were out in
tion will be exhibited all next week front of Howard in the hammer
in the Architectural building. throw. In the broad jump, Chap-
or6( man cinched the meet when he
1leaped 23 feet 9 inches on his first
'The Whiteheaded Boy' try to beat out Sentman and Bar-
Will End Run Tuesday tholomew of Illinois.
I__(Summaries on Page 6)

*Batted for Compton in fifth.
Illinois ............300 C21 401-11
Michigan.........004 30 100-- 8
Summaries: Two base hit-Ghur.
Three base hits-Hudson 2, Mills,
Superko, Straub. Home runs-Hud-
son, Xjills, Tompkins, Brown 2.
Struck out-By Mills 6, Hazzard 4,
by Compton 2, by Tompkins 1.,
Bases on balls-Off Compton 2, off
Montague 1, off Hazzard 1. Hit by
pitcher-By Compton 1, by Mon-
tague 1, by McNeal 1. Double plays
Tmmnirin tn T rkowski; Smer-,

aI1 su gvern1menib armies J a- I
tled today on two widely separated
fronts in an effort to turn back the
Northern Alliance rebels in their
drive toward the Yangtsi river.
With heavy casualties on both sides
after two days of hard fighting the
result was in doubt.
Foreigners in Cheng Chow were
reported in grave danger as Na-
tionalist airplanes bombed the city,
destroying the railway station and
headquarters, said Japanese dis-
patches.

-- -~ - - - - - n uject wiln ueai with the Y aE ieted to ted
officials pointed out. Any attempt fundamental constitution of a nerv- CoaMnCen ecbo
to give the ceremony an informal ous system, functions of giant nerve Cosmopolitan C 1 u b
taint as has been witnessed in the cells and fibers, and types of neu-
past will be met with strict disci- rones. The matter will be treated Election of officers of Cosmopoli-
plinary action by the student and in a non-technical manner so as tan club for the coming year was
faculty members in charge. Mem- 'to be of interest to all whose work held last night at Lane hall with
bers of different honor societies and involves nervous systems in general. the following results: President,
"M" men will patrol the procession inDr. Ashworth is a Fellow of the Jack Yuen; vice-president, Maida
so that order may be maintained. Royal Society and a member of Kuo; treasurer, William Jacobs;
several editorial boards and gen- corresponding secretary, Elizabeth
Graham Will Lecture eral committees relating to scien- Norton; faculty treasurer, Carlton
n 'Chrstan 'tific institutions in England and Wells; board of ' directors, John
. a S Scotland. His research work in pa- Brumm, Jr., John Middleton, Wini-
rasitno and in other hranehas, of ! fred Smmaotnn and T-elcan Snvdpr

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