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Nomination of Roberts Takes1
Usual Course of Routine

Russell D. Cowen Wins
1930 Pulitzer Award
A d
Associated Press Photo ;
Russell D. Owen.

lWIN6' Austin Wylie Will Furnish MusicI
CHOSEN FOLOIAIING~A for Senior Ball, May 23. cA P IT. D
fo Ball tickets from 9 to 12 this o U M R 0 1 I
!morning in the lobby of the West_
~ Engineering building, acording to !
Simrall, Browne, Hume, Furniss, an announcement made last night Board in Control Appoints
Crane and Schrader to Run by Richard Cole, '30, chairman of Managing Editor and
for Senior Offices.! the committee. Due to, SwingoutBuiesMngr
___e__ exercisesthis afternoon there will Business Manager.
I be no sale of tickets a the desk of iSAF PSTO S OE
Davis, ~Music for the ball, wnich will be BohMnHvja - er
Roach, Jordan,' Davis, Wunsch,; held May 23 in the ballroom of the Bath Men Have Had 21-2 Years
McCormick, Crumpacher Union, will be provided by Austin Experience as Members
Tobin Nominated. Wylie and his orchestra. Wylie, of Daily Staff.
_who at present is pleaying on a
Nomination for next year's posi- souther tour, attracted nation- Gurney Williams, '1, and George
wide attention while playing at the A. Spater, '31, B.Ad., were named
tion on the Student council were Golden Pheasant restaurant in managing editor and business man-
announced last night by a speciai1 Cleveland. ager of The Summer Daily at a
nominating committee, named by The ball will be the last social meeting of the Board in Control of
the president on the council's sug- function of the present senior class, Student Publ ications yesterday aft-
gestion after the regular nominat- as well as the only remaining large ernoon.
gIonnm campus dance. ! Williams was recently appointed
ing body had reported a deadlock, news editor of The Daily for the
The new committee was permis- Textblyear.d or the past year he
sable under Robert's rules of order ;n has ereds'ih editor.o Tose Rls
land has served as a night editor.
to w;hic'h the bodv can resort.When nsable!under1,Robert's rulesoof order 1


'Ensian Distribution L11Ci irowSWING-BUT
to Start Tomorrow JIlulU IIUU
Two new sections and eight orig-1iLL TAKE PLACE
inal etchings by Wayne Mead are!
included in the 1930 Michigan-
ensin which will be distributed o N AMPUS TO AY
the campus tomorrow and Thurs-
day in the basement of Angell hall. More Than 2000 to Partiipate
The stubs procured at the prey- in Annual Ceremony
ious all-campus sales must be pre-
sented to obtain the books at this This Afternoon.
time, according to Sam F. Atkins.



Opposition Is Expected
Nominee for Supreme
Court Post.

(By ssoriaed Piress) j
WASHINGTON, May 12 - The
nomination of Owen J. Roberts of{
Philadelphia to be associate justicee
of the Supreme Court was steered
into the channel of routine Senate
.inquiry today while leaders both in I
and out of the regular Republican
fold freely predicted confirmation.!
The Senate judiciary committee
referred the nomination to a sub-
committee composed of Senator
Borah, of Idaho, chairman, and
Senators Hebert, Republican, Rhode I
Island, and Overman, North Caro-
lina, Democrat.
No Opposition Voiced.,
Borah called a meeting of the;
committee for tomorrow. He said
he saw no occasion for hearings.
He found it "significant" he added
bhat no onnosition has been voiced.



Veteran newspaperman, whose'teJ essary, th C oU C i l sated
graphic news stories of the Byrd IeEDNESDAYnNItHT
Antartic Expedition won him the! The following will run for Stu-:
1930 Pulitzer prize for journalism. dent council positions in the All-1 4
Campus elections next week. For
the three senior positions: J. Har- President Ruthven Praises May
rison Simrall, '31, William J. Presentation of University
Browne,'31, Malcolm J. Hume '31, Music School. A
Richard A. Furniss, '31E, Robert T. TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE
110IR gIJqM HoCrneJr, 31, and Edwmn A.

fHe has been a member oz1The
Daily staff for
two and a half
4 ~years.
Spater is serv-
ice manager for
the business
s staff of this
year's Daily andi
his work on the
publications ex-
tends from the


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Commenting on Robert's legal ac- ____ I"Schrader, '31. For the four junior President Alexander G Ruthven fall of 1927 with
tivities on behalf of large corpora- I positions: Edward L. McCormick, the exception of
tions, Norris declared that the nom- Experienced Newspaper. Writers ,Thomas G Roach, '32, illiam commenting yesterday on the May a semester wheny
'2 hmsG. oc,32,Wila Festival which begins tooro he was out of
inee had "demonstrated his inde- Win Pulitzer Awards H. Jordan, '32, Richard L. Tobin, deing, made tegin1state-rshwotf
pendence." for Year. '32, Thomas M. Davis, '32, Edward evening, made the following state- school.
"It is natural for a man to get . n ,'Foby__eyStudoThese two men
oS.a.32, osch,32 Fedrik. Crum-1 "erhapsagood many of us Wiim s ll hese twormen
the corporation viewpoint when he S.pWuns, '32, rederic"PehapsWiliaswillhavec.age
is surrounded by the big tinfluences FOUR ARE REWARDED packere'32 andon n Hubl 3 do notrealize that Ann Arbor of all the activities of TheSum-
I For the junior engineering cou-!I is really an extremely import- ~mer Daily the first ;issue of whi-h;
of big business," Norris said, "but cil man: Robert Jones, '32E, and Ia place n temul mpw e D ihe the day of ch
Roberts has demonstrated his in- Associated Press)>. dE ant place on the musical map will be published the day of com
dependence in his activities in con- NEW YORK, May 12. - Men of I of America because of its May mencement and which will con-
neton with the oil prosecutions."1 ndxprrI When the nominating committeei festival. The first festival in tinue its publication until the endr
necton iththeoilproeu is seasoned experience in newspaper mtSna
Shepard "Satisfied." work won this year's Pulitzer aet Sunday afternoon to select the this series was organized by of the Summer Session. Appoint-c
Scandidates,it found itself dead-', Professor A. A. Stanley in 1893 ments to t h e
S e n a t o r Shepard, Democrat,I awards in journalism. locked. Upon agreement to nom- and now, thirty-seven years other positions
Texas, who 4'as served notice he The veteran of the four men to mate two men for each position to later, it is still taking a most on the staff will
might oppose Roberts on the pro- whom awards were made is C. R. be filled, the committee had to ad- prominent place in our calen- be made by the
hibiton issue, said he wanted the ojourn after a two-hour struggle dar People come from all over managing editor
facts nd would noentr the fight M yr nhB k-with °ly 'four 'andidates namedI the State of Michigan ad the end thebusiness
on the nomination "unless investi- lyn Eagle, who has been drawing Last night the committee reported United State to hear the artists manager.
gation shows -definite prejudice pictures for the papers since 1892. its deadlock to a special session of who make up these programs The editorial
against the law. Shepard said he Russell Owen has had24 years ex- the council. It was discharged upoi I hope thatmere closeness and s t a f f of T h e
was "satisfied" with an explanation the motion by Councilman Richard Summer D a i I y
by Senator Reed, Republican, Penn- perience, W. 0. Dapping, 25 years, S. Cole that the president appointy, consists, besides
sylvation, that a speech Roberts and Leland Stowe, 14 years, count- a new committee of five members. times, operate to close our eyes t h e managing
___________thata__speec__Roberts to the fact that in this Festi- edtogf n'd
made in 1923 was a discussion of ing the time he was correspondentht editor, of an ed-
leggalconsieratin. { vl theitoriagreadirector, a
legal consideration. for the Springfield, Mass., Republi- NOMINATING PETITIONS coe are gre peasurea itria director,
The two North Carolina Dem- TO BE RECEIVED FRIDAY o mea women's editor,
ocrats, Simmons and Overman, re- can at Wesleyan University. A final meeting of the special the opportuty to widen our city editor, mus- --Photo by DVey Studio
served judgment on the nominee Mr. Macauley was born at Can- n t mi o f the musical acquaintances. The ic and drama Spater
Oevermanusayingthanthehadmin tn,0,en181.H etreIew-nominating committee ofth
reoan toypng that e n a ewkynac., in 1871. He nt ngwa Stentnt council will be held at May Festival is something of editor, books editor, and several
paper work by accident. Having a o'clock afternoon t which everyone in Ann Arbor, night editors. On the business staff,
sinr flair of drawing he entered one of 1 Fria p whether a student in the Uni- there will be an assistant business
Chittee,.one of the leaders of his sketches m a newspaper prize versity or a citizen of the city, manager, an accounts manager and
comitte n o h eaesonohsemi espprp izea tiuon fspecil ptitions.o
od jection contest in Cleveland in 1891 and nomination codi to has just reason to be proud. a circulation manager.
thJge h n hat ede rej won the $50 first prize . onstitions. proding t Frederick Stock, who, as director Students interested in applying
of Judge John J. Parker o Northcntuioa prvsomt
Carolina forecast "immediate ac- Russell Owen, who was givent contain the names of at least 10 of the Chicago Symphony Orches- for any of the positions on the ed-,
omn d what was probably the longestoad per cent of the voters in each tra. helps Dr. Earl V. Moore in the itorial or business staff of The Sum-
t'ommendtheos, bo mmitty e's nex newspaper assignment ever made school eng of the Unn- assimiliation of the various units mer Daily should see Williams or
Monday. and took him a year and a half to versity. making up the Festival, arrives in Spater at theboffices of The Daily
Senator Watson, of Indiana, the cover the story at Little America, , ' town early tomorrow morning. in the Press building.
Republican leader, said he saw no has been in newspaper work since The vote on the motion was tied at Wednesday afternoon marks a
reason why confirmation should 'he was 17. He is 41 now. 6-6, a full membership being pres- strenuous rehearsal for the evening Shuter Announces
not be given promptly. , W. O. Dapping, whose graphic ent, and President Reif broke the concert with the guest artists andI
The justice department was ask- stories of last December's prison I tie in favor of the motion. He then for the Thursday concert with the New Mimes Drama:
ed for information for the Senate's riots at Auburn Prison, Auburn, N. chose Councilmen Lloyd, Palmer, Choral Union.
study today and responded that it Y, for the Associated Press won + Cole, and McBride to sit with him-
had "nothings"ddh him a special award for reportorial self oi the special nominating com- VARSITY NETMEN Asserpbling a galaxy of campus
This was said to be unusual in excellence, has served nearly all hisI mittee, which returned in 10 m- Eactors, old favorites of last year's i
the history of nominations to high newspaper years on the Auburn t wit the eesde. DEFEA productions, E. Mortimer Shuter,
positions jnrtho juiniary.C dt ,hIz dt ,hna will be considered at the regular Wolverines Score Decisive 8-1 director of Mimes plays, has an--
__________Leland Sow, whose reporting of Inouncedithe presentetionvof$"The
s v . the Paris Conference on repara- meeting of the council Wednesday Win Over Indiana nounced the presentation of "The
Last CvilWlr Chief tions and the establishment of the night. Road to Rome," by Robert E. Sher-
BelievedYRecu eratingYoung Plan, won him the award' Registration for the All-Campus' wood, to open next Monday night
Believe Recupratingof thebest crrespodent o the Ielection next Tuesday together with ~It I, ~iy
of the best correspondent of theeet ntINDIANAPOLIS, May 12-Allow- at 8:30 o'clock.
(Bly Assocated Pressi). ' year, got his first real newspaper, a poll on the proposed honor sys-inIdaaolynemthutf AogtosinhectwllbI
BOSTON, Mass., May 12-General jobron the Worcester, Mass., Tele tem for the literary college, will be na o on match out Among those in the cast will be
Adeburt Amnes, the last surviving gram in 1920. He joined the New taken at various points onte c nie, Michigan Vasy tis Helen Carrm, George Priehs, Eu-
genralof he ivi wa, ws b- Yrk erad i 192 ad lterpus between nine and five o'clock team swept to an easy win over
general of the civil war, was be- York Herald in 1922 and late hursda and Friday The liter- the Hoosier netmen, here today. genie Chapel, James Raymond,
lieved to be recuperating today af- served Pathe News. He rejoined the ar students will register at the The match which was played under Josephine Rankin, Kenneth White,!
nailment attributable to advanced1erTibe 1927,h 6s endhsin e poll in Angell hall and also at the ideal conditions, marked the second andhGeorge Jhnsone
age. Heis 94 yars old September, 1927, has been head of)poll at the center of the diagonal conference victory for the Wolver- iThplywicoendnte
General Ames served after the the Paris bureau of that paper. Business ad, education, and phar- ines.I
war as reconstruction governor of I macy students will register at the; Beal, playing as number one man Be lasco theater in January 1927, is'
i lborn at Rk Allison Peers to Talk I booth at the center of the diag- for Michigan, hadsno difficultyuin entirely modern in political inter-
land, Maine, and was graduated at onal. A booth for the engineers will inn overdianst C-0, H2 u- est, in speech, and in satire. Mr.
West Point in 1861. He was sev- About Spanish Culture be set up in the West Engineering ton of Indiana upset Captain Ham- Sherwood editor of Life, has filled l
eral times cited for conspicuous I building, while lawyers, medics mer in a three set match, 6-1 3-6~ hr o d dtr of Lfh sfle
eral times cited for conspicuous "The Appeal of Spanish Culture" dentists, and architects will regis 6-0. In the match Michigan lost his first play with the same humor
services drn h ii a.H r-g Baedfae ion6362 hth xe
ceived the congressional medalofeI is the subject of a lecture to be ; ter in their respective buildings. Biace defeated Nixon 6-3, 6-2 that he expenos i the pages of his
honor "for remaining upon the field given by Prof. E. Allison Peers, Gil- By providing that every student while Rod Clark triumpe C over publication.
after being severely mour Professor of the Univer of who Holderman 6-3, 6-3. Bob Clark al- The play is Mr. Sherwood's an-
wounded." Liverpool, at 4:15 this afternoon in slip which will be referred to when de eai ony wo games i aner to thr question: Why did
During the Spanish American war room 103 of the Romance Language he votes next week, it is thought defeating him, 6-1, 6-1. Ryan beat Hannibal turn back from the very
he served as a brigadier-general. Rbuilding. that dual and illegal voting will be ie t62, 62. gates of Rome after sixteen success-
_________________________- IPrf. ees i cnsier elmiate. llstudents ner i gjIn the doubles Michigan won all ful years of battling to reach the
edtobeteh sgenerally intinguishtTe Afotheu sntnrendin three matches played. Hammer 'cityyand destroy it? "What Price
ran edrtoebeethepmostcditinguished;Therchiefofmthenfamoustantare
j PPLICATION FOR UNION British specialist in Spanish his- tic expedition is traveling aboard pnd Brae wereaticularly ind Glory" te an "hathPice
POSITIONS DUE TOMORROW tory. He was the founder of the the liner, Rangitiki. Holderman 7-5, 6-2. Beal and army have been employed to give it
I - Santander, Spain, summer school, . I Clark trimmed Nixon and Juston the modern touch.
Applications for the nomina- the founder of the journal, "Bulle- House to MClarnktriedR in and Justontm ro
-- Mae Inuirv 1 6-0, 7-5, while Ryan and Clark won

'30, business manager of the an RUTHVEN TO BE SPEAKER
nual. Any students who have lost
these stubs may obtain duplicates Band Will Lead Class Procession
at the offices of the 'Ensian in the
Press building but these duplicates to Hill Auditorium for
cannot be procured until after the Addresses.
campus distribution.
Among the new sections of the Graduating students of the Uni-
book are a few selections from r
"The - Journeys of a Traverse Gul versity will assemble at 3:15 this
liver" which is a "true chronicle",I afternoon in the center of the
concerning various well-known fra- campus and march in an academnic
ternities and their inmates. In ad- procession to Hill auditorium where
dition, there is the notable 'Ensian exercises marking the opening of
"Hall of Fame" which includes graduating activities will be held.
somewhat critical reviews of many More than 2,000 seniors, appearing
of the best-known characters on in the formal attire of graduation
the campus. --black flowing robes. and tassled
The etchings by Wayne Mead are caps-for the first time, are expect-
of several of the newer new cam- ed to participate in the ceremony.
pus buildings. The book is bound President Alexander G. Ruthven
in blue, blazoned with triangular will deliver the traditional address
name plates and includes 584 pages. at Hill auditorium while Reverend
Henry Lewis of St. Andrew's Epis-
copal church will deliver the open-
ing invocation. James Jordon, '30,
will speak for the senior classes.
Band to Lead Procession.
The Varsity band will lead the
procession with Ernest C. Reif,
president of the Student council,
and Stanton W. Todd, president of
Stag Dinner Will the senior literary class, directly be-
New Event in Round of hind the band at the head of the
Senior Activities. senior literary class. The other
classes will follow in the order:
LAWTON WILL SPEAK dengireers, architects, medics, law
______students, dentists, pharmacists, edu-
cational students, nurses, and stu-
Inaugurating a new event in the dents in the school of business ad-
,raditional round of senior cere- ministration. The route of march
moies, male graduating students will be from the Library going
of all the schools of the University north to North University and then
will join in celebrating the Senior to the auditorium where entrance
Stag banquet at 6:30 tonight in the will be made through the west side
ballroom of the Union. doors. Seniors entering first will fill
J. Fred Lawton, '11, of Detroit, the rear seats and those enteri'ng
who will be the principal speaker last will take'seats at the front, ac-
at the dinner will discuss the spirit cording to Stan Cochran, chairman
of Michigan as it is seen and felt i of the committee. Following the ex-
by the alumni. He will direct his ercises, a complete circuit of the
talk to the attitude of seniors to- campus will be made.
wards Michigan on the eve of their The classes are to assemble along
graduation. Lawton, who is the the walk on the campus, extending
composer of "Varsity," has spoken out from the medallion on the dia-
at numerous pep meetings before gonal in front of the Library, in the
the football games the past few following order; senior literary
years. During his ,undergraduate class on the walk extending north-
days at Michigan, he held positions west from the medallion to Water-
on the Gargoyle, The Daily, as well man gym: engineers on the diagon-
as being a member of the Student al south of the Library; architects
council and president of the junior directly behind the engineering
literary class. He also assisted in class; medics on the wolk extend-
writing the music for the Michigan ing west toward University hall;
Union operas, "Konzoland" and law students in the rear of the
"The Crimson ,Chest." medics on the same walk; dental
In addition to' Lawton, Prof. O. seniors on the walk extending east
J. Campbell of the English depart- of the pharmacy building; phar-
ment and Prof. Fielding H. Yost, macy students following the dents;

director of athletics, will deliver:
short speeches. Ernest C. Reif,
president of the Student councill
will speak for the senior classes.'
Prof. Waldo Abbot of the rhetoric!
department will act as toastmaster.
Tickets may still be purchased
from presidents of the various sen-
ior classes, according to an an-'
nouncement made last night by
Jackson Wilcox, '30, chairman of
the banquet committee. Arrange-
ments for a few extra places in the
ballroom have been made so the
opportunity to purchase tickets up
to A 'rlnk wil hpa rc in~l

grads on the walk extending south-
west toward the Romance Langu-
ages building; educational students
directly behind the grads; nurses
and business ad seniors following
the educational seniors.
1 Placards to be Posted.
Placards, stating the place for the
various classes to form, will be post-
ed in front of the Library and along
the various walks to eliminate con-
fusion, according to the committee.
Different colored tassels will be
worn by the seniors in the various
schools. The specified colors are:
literary students, black; engineer-

male seniors. The dinner will be an, redange;dicahitecture, orange
informal, Wilcox said. ple; dental, lilac; pharmacy, olive;
graduate, light blue; nursing, green
Coif Will Initiate 18 and white; and business adminis-
New M mber Tonghttration, drab.
New Members Tonight1 Strict disciplinary action by stu-
dent and faculty officials will be
Order of Coif, honorary legal so- meted out to students, both partici-
ciety, will hold itsannual banquet pants and spectators, who are
at 6:30 tonio'ht' at the Lawyers found guilty of violating this old
club. Mr. Charles H. Hamill, tradition with disorderly conduct.
prominent member of the Chicago Student leaders, including "M"
-lar will be the principal speaker, men members of different honor-
his topic being "The Lawyer of the arybr o ifrethnr
isFuture." societies, and other students
Members of the class of 1930 who prominent on the campus, will of-
Me berofredthe auf1930rwh: ficiate at the exercises so that order
will be honored at the banquet are':ma be maintained.
W. C. Bauer, N. C. Bowersox, Jacob may
Clayman, Boice Gross, H. L. Hack-
bert, Thomas V. Koykka, Hyman The Whiteheaded Boy'
Kransberg, M.S.Langford, E. R. Will Conclude Tonight
jLatty, E. H. Moyer, W. P. North. V. __
A. Peckmnan, N. P. Rider, A. W. The final performance of "The
Storms, R. G. Surridge. N. O. Tiet- Whiteheaded Boy," given by Play
jens, M. M. Thompson, and Eugene Production under the direction of
Weinberg. Lennox Robinson, director of the
Irish National theatre at Dublin,
Courtis to Lecture will be presented tonight in the
at Lan Hall Tonigh Lydia Mendelssohn theatre at 8':30
at LaneH T o'clock. Reservations may be made

bion for each of the six offices of
vice-president of the Union will
e received at the office of the
general manager of the Union
znmtil 19 n'ol 6r tomorroUr An-

tin of Spanish Studies," and is also .- -
the author. of many important ar- Regarding Communists3
ticles and books on Spanish, French,
and Catalan literature. During the I(y1.oci ed Iress)
o err'ntv ar he h hgn ujiritim'n WASHINGTON, May 12.-An in-1

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