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VOL. XL. NO. 162 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1930 EIGHT PAGES

PRICE FIVE CENTS

YWOUNGVIOLINIST
'DRY' LAW REPEAL'
IN SENATORlIAL ACE~

Believes States Should Have
Power to Decide Policy
on Prohibition.
SPEECH OPENS CAMPAIGN
Says Naticn Must Recognize
Between Federal and
State Powers.
(By Associated Press)
NEWARK, N. J., May 15-Dwight
W. Morrow,.opening his campaignI
tonight for Republican nomination
to the United States Senate fromI
New Jersey declared himself in fa-

i I L YALE DISCIPLINES S
9P1911STUDENT__RIOTERSISU
Dean Punishes ThirtyStudentsLAS
(By Associated Press)
NEW HAVEN, May 15.-Thirty'T
PROM TONIGHT undergraduates in Yale university
Debut of Boy Prodigy Promises today eedsciplined by a n Vte
Deu fByPrdg Pomss Clarence W. Mendell for partici-j Vote
to be Interesting and jpating in the disturbance of lastt
Novel Event. Thursday night when hundreds of
I___students clashed with police in the I
BONELLI TO BE SOLOIST university section. f1,000
iFourteen students, of whom 12!100
u were seniors, were suspended from'
Juva Higbee, Children's Chorus recitations for the rest of the year, Medica
Also Included Among May and 16 were denied dormitory priv-
Festial Arists ileges for next year. The student
estiva rtists' body will have to pay for the dam-
Ruggiero Ricci, phenomenal boy age done to police uniforms.
violnistwillThe recitation period is, now only With
violinist, wvii appear in his mid- of two weeks duration, then follow all sCho
western debut as the principal fea-: final examinations. To the twelve ing yes
ture of the May Festival concert at seniors who are. suspended from annual
2:30 o'clock this afternoon in Hill recitations, the sentence is regarded day, a
auditorium. The concert as 8:30 as of considerable weight. Booths
audtoiu. Th.cncets 830.___..._____-__on the

DENTS TO HAVE
r OPPORTUNITY
IEGISTER TODAY1

on Honor System
Also Conclude This.
Afternoon.

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VARSITY NE T T ERS
'SW A MP BADGERS
Series of Close Matches, Mark
s Dual Meet With Wisconsin
Michigan's varsity tennis team
swamped the Wisconsin netmen
yesterday on the Badgers' home
courts by a nine to nothing score.
Despite the apparently easy vic-
tory which the score would indicate
the Wolverines were hard pressed
'in most of their matches. The fea-
tures of the day's matches were the
doubles all of which were carried
to three sets. The squad left last
night for Minneapolis where they
meet the Gophers today in whatt
promises to be a hard fought match.
Summary: Singles-Beal (M) de-
feated Baughs (W), 6-1, 6-2; Ham-
mer (M) defeated Silverman (W),
6-2, 6-2; Brace (M) defeated Sie-
gel (W), 6-4, 5-7, 6-3; Bob Clarke

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SIGN YESTERDAY
and Dental Students
1 Register in Center
of Diagonal,

well over 1000 students of
ools on the campus register-
sterday rP'egistration for the

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Ruggerio Riccij
Phenomenal boy violinist, whoI
Nill kar lc m f~znfr II i

yc ua, agaa vt V ou
All-Campus elections Tues-(M) defeated Meiklejohn W), 6-2,
will be concluded today. 6-4; Rollin Clark (M) defeated
located at various places Goodsitt (W), 6-3, 6-3; Ryan (M.
close at 5 defeated Gottlieb (W), 6-3, 6-2.

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vor of repeal of the eighteenth am- w i aze msimi-wuern eutI o'clock will feature Dusolina Gian- Il tspi-hmmer anaUBrae (M)
afternooneto ttMyr whichdefeatedBughs and Tieg W),7-9,
endment.the afternoon concert of the May nini soprano, and Richard Bonelli, IV I.tihe no student will be allowed to -,e6-4; Bag and BobgClarke7-M,
Festival series. Besides presenting Lo 6-3, 6-4; Beal and Bob Clarke (M)
Devoting to the prohibition gues- several solo numbers, Ricci will ap- baritone. register. The simultaneous poll on defeated Goodsitt and Erler (W),
tion almost all of his 3,000 wordj pear with Miss Juva Higbee and the ' Juva Higbee to Appear. the proposed honor system taken 2-, 6-0, 6-2; aeRyan e and Rlin
address, he asserted that if elected Children's Chorus from the School The coming of the prodigy Ricci in the literary college in conjunec- Clark (M) defeated Siegel and Mei-
to the Senate he would be repar- of Music ich.in technical endowment and l i uiu U1L tion with registration, will also be klejohn (W), 9-7, 6-8, 6-3.
tohedrichm technical endowment and brought to a close at this time.
ed to vote for a resolutionsubmit-uto youthful interpreta- 'Vote on Honor System. '
twihichg to the state a constitutional AT tion, promises to be an interesting Famous Broadcasting Orchestra If approved by the literary col-
and novel event in Festival annals. to Dispense Melody for lege as a whole the matter will be
them the power to determine their 'Ricci has chosen the Beethoven Last Senior Affair. referred to a faculty committee,
policy toward the liquor traffi. cIviolin concerto as a framework fort h tem andp submit it to theAdminis-
"Restore Power to States"v NRUL1JI PI,1the display of his technical ability PLAN SPANISH SETTING trative boar dn Pesdeiit Ruth
States"A SSH oad;an reitheRuh
"I believe," Mr. Morrow said 'that -mc i g e ven for approval. It will then be
the way out of the present difficulty Junior Picked- to Succeed Carl JunChrus e andar witheCild- Playing i:n the midst of an elab- incorporated into the literary col- Seven Junior Appointments Are
is to recognize clearly the funda- p as Director of en hos ill apernwit cci orate Spanish garden setting, Aus- lege next fall, if found satisfactory Announced by Daily Business
mental difference between the na- Kempf sasticsr on the stage in the afternoon co tin Wie and his orchestra will by President Ruthven and thecalges.s
ture of the federal government and Interscholastics. cert. This chorus will offer three tinagey
the state governments. I believe songs by Schumann, Schubert, and provide the music for the 1930 board. .
this involves a repeal of the eigh- ASSISTANTS APPOINTED Mozart, and will present "A Sym- Senior Ball to be given on May 23 Literary studens wlu nregister In KLINE, DAVIS NAMED
teenth Amendment and the substi- phony of Song" by May A Strong, in the ballroom of the Union. ng, hall as well as in the cen-,
tution therefor of an amendment A nd of the School of Music faculty.r The committee on decorations, ter of the diagonal. Education, Bus-- Kasper H. Halverson, '31, was
which will restore to the states the1 Announcement was made last 1 The Chicago Symphony orchestra d I ne s dtedaoaEuain u- Kse .Hlesn a
wih to detrie ther staes toh night of the appointmentof S. Cad- will fill out the program with a per- headed by Harold Hammond,. '30, mess Administration, and Pharna- named assistant business manager
wad te qo and vest in well Swanson, '31, as interscholastic formance of Bach's Brandenberg has procured the services of a we cy studet w regter in h of The Daily last night by T Hol-
the Federal governmnt power to manager to succeed Carl G. Kempf, Conerto No. 4 known Detroit firm to transform the and Engineers wilegisterat their IeMabley 31Erentlyse
give all pos1iblx protection and as- '30 who has held trposition drw- G.on ra balldo n ii toa veritable fairylaud respectivembuldings. Medical stu.. lected business managf.
sistance to those states that dr This evening's concert is to be Arbors will enolose thte section set dents and Dental students will reg- At the same
complete prohibition against in- ayea e a oanothei artists' concet. . Dusolina aside for the chaperons while flow- Ister in the' center of the diagonal time, announce-
vasion lrom the states that do not." was made by Kempf and Coach F. Giannini, soprano, and Richard ers and palms will be in evidee in the morning and in the after-. ment was made
so long as the eighteenth amend- C. Cappon. !Bonelli, baritone, will be the solo- about the dance floor.' The effect noon in their respective schools, of t h e seven
ment is in the constitution, he fav- Assistants appointed at the same ists of the evening offering several of dancing stars will be created by Architectural students will register junior appoint-
ored "generous appropriations" for time by Kempf and Cappon are arias with the orchestra. Freder- the ray of a spotlight striking a ro- from 2 o'clock to 5 o'clock at the ments on the
enforcement of the statutes enact- ick Stock wlil offer several num- j tating crystal sphere. booth in the Architectural build- business staff.
ed under it, but he urged the use of Donald McCannell, 32, Maynard bers on this program, among them Wylie who attracted nation-wide ing. To effect a more
such federal appropriations to keep Andreae, '32, George Booth, '32, and the Mendelssohn Fingal's Cave attention over the radio, with his efficient handl-
liquor from coming into the United John Billheimer, '32. James A. Overture, the Delamarter Suite appealing music while paying at ing of the ad-
States and to prevent interstate Neill, '32, was appointed alternate. from The Betrothal, and a scene the Golden Pheasant restaurant in 1111 Lvertising, t h e
traffic in it." Despite of the rumors of the from a Beethoven Symphony. Con- Cleveland, is at present enjoying former local ad
"Government Has Vast Task"- withdrawal of the Detroit high siderable interest is being attracted ,great success on a southern tour. vertising a n d
In enforcing prohibition, he said, schools from competition in the in- too to the orchestra's performance He is hailed as an unusual attrac- foreign adver-
the federal government has a vast terscholastic meets sponsored by of Ravel's novel work, Bolero. tion at different1college1dances1as 1 tMI- i n gIdeparC-S
task in the purely federal field. the University, the department is well as at other appearances.P ments w e r e
"Until it performs that task, it to be continued on an even greater Considerable interest is beingflcomned a n d Halverson
might well leave all local police du- scale than in the past, Swenson n in the Ball if. the sale of Favorites Will Ap will be under the dual manager-
!I ULshown i h aliftesl fMany Fvrte ilAppear illbne h ulmngr
ties with the'states." said last night. It has been feared, N N U tickets can be used as an indica- 'Road to Rome'; Marks Final 'ship of Thomas M. Davis, who will
The candidate drew a contrast that the withdrawal of these high tion, according to Richard Cole, '30, Production of Year will have charge of the local end
between a state regulation of the schools from the meets might de- Nchairman of the committee. The! _PfodueprontdYearT
liquor traffic prior to 1919 and the plete the number of participantsj BaL will be the last social function E. Mortimer Shuter, director of Kline who will direct the work in
federal responsibility under the (so that satisfactory competition of the present senior class as well
eighteenth amendment:{ could not be fostered by the depart- as the only large campus dance un- Mimes plays, announced yesterday connection with the national and
"With the coming into force of ment, Swanson explained. Vice-presidents to be Selected! til next fall. No fraternities will the cast for the final production of' out-of-town advertising.
prohibition amendment, a vast new Kempf, the retiring manager, ex- Next Tuesday; President be allowed to give parties on this the year, Robert E. Sherwood's Marvin S. Kobacker was appoint-
criminal jurisdiction was assumed pressed his appreciation of the co-;NS night. "Road to Rome." ed to head the circulation depart-
by the federal government" he said. operation afforded the department to ame aturday. Bids, which are priced at $5.00, Some of the older Mimes favor- ment; Lee Slayton, contracts de-
This involves not only an organiza- by the fraternities during the past may be secured at the main desk of ites head the list of the cast. These partment, Norris P. Johnson, ser-
y-INominations for the six vice- vicecdepartment;eRobertlH.3Wil-
tion of a new police force but, what year. Competitors in . the meets' the Union every afternoon between include Eugenie Chapel, '32; Helen vice department; Robert H. Wil-
is even more important, it involved were housed largely in fraternity ( presidents of the Union were an- the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock. In Carrm, '31, George Priehs, '30; Jo- liamson, publication department;
a new attitude toward their federal houses during their stay in Ann Ar- nounced yesterday by the Union1addition,'a desk will be maintained sephine Rankm, '30, George John- and Thomas S. Muir, accounts de_
government and of the government ;bor. .Nominating committee of which in the West Engineering building, son, '30, Kenneth White, Grad., Nor- partment.
tward the people. Meets held during the year by the Kenneth M. Lloyd, '32L, president throughout the day, so that engi- man Brown, 30, and George T. Mary J. Kenan, '31, was named
interscholastic department include of the Union, is chairman. neers as well as others in that lo- Tremble, Jr., '30, many of which women's business staff manager
Asserting the prohibition ques- Iitrchneersprmn icuewllb ain hi as per
tin to be one which "constantly both an indoor and outdoor track Frank E. Cooper, '31, city editor cality, may purchase tickets. will be making their last appear- for the coming year.
confuses moral principles with the meet and a swimming meet. of The Daily, is the only man yet ante i campus dramatics. Others Halveron has, for the past-year,
art of government," he went on. nominated fr the Union vice-pres- Fourteen Initiated ih ,been manager of the local adver-
"The solution will be bound when' s b t Lie I idency from the literary college. CJ R ad ' Be rtising department and has been a
"Th souin'ilbeb nDistribuition o ie !T rpeette niern cl 3,Charles Sprowl, '32, H. Herbert mme ftebsns tf o
we realize that the issue before us o represent the engineering col- T Legal mber of the business staff for
is a governmental problem; how lege, Lyman A. Bullard, '31E,and ison, , aro man, , two and one half years. The other
isagvrmna rbe;hwICharles R. Young, '30E, 'ere cWhitneyDio,'1C.HrScaf men appointed have all been mem-
can the control of the liquor traf- leflhersJ2ip zeglsA hre .Yug 3E were chos- Britrhnrrylegal boi-3JspS 3 es oted stafre aend oe-
fic be divided as between federal Folr. en. Barristers, honorarylea socie- 33, Joseph Sherk, 32 and Frederick
fcbdiddasbtenedrl For Students TodaV ".iae'4 n( lwsuens: tcel '1..brs of the staff for one and one
and state governments in a waY S From the Law school the applica- ty, initiated 14 junior law students Mitchell, '31B.A. half years.
that will recognize the habits and tions of Theodore C. Baer, '31L, and at is annual Spring initiation ban- Intensive rehearsals are being Mbley also announced that
sentiments on moral principles of be distributed from 2 o'clock until Milton McCreery, '31L, were ac- quet last night at the Union. Dean carried on this week before the there are still several freshmen po-
the people in the different parts 5 o'clock every afternoon begin- knowledged while, from the Dental Henry M. Bates of the Law school opening Monday nght at 8:30 -eekt ar open in all of the six de-
of the country. I see no way of ning to day at the side desk in the school, those of Thomas W. Chain- was toastmaster and the Hon. Nor- t the M theat with a ti- partments.
settling that question satisfactori- Union lobby. berlin, '31D, and Joseph R. Dun- man W. Reed of Detroit delivered at M aterith amati- p e
ly," he concluded, "without a fur- Included with the life member- well, '31D, were chosen. the principal addressee Saturday afternoon at 2:30 -
thrcag nteconstitution." Incudedwiththelifemembr-nell,'e1D wer chsentheorinipaladdrss.Students Named
h__hg __h______ shop card is the round blue and Those picked to represent the The following men were initiat- Elaborate stage scenery is being
Igold "M" button and a key identi- Medical school were John D. Mac- ed: Edwin D. Brown, Addison D. E rte s Fr s For Board Control
WILDCATS DEFEA TIfication ring with a personal num- !Pherson, '31M, and James W. Hub- Connor, William G. Coultrap, Rob- Mimes master carpenter, in an ef- r
VARSIT Y GOLFERS:ber, a record of which is maintain- ly, '31M. The nominations in the ert E. Finch, Samuel E. Gawne, Al- fort to make the show as finished Prof. Robert C. Angell, faculty
ed at the Union. combined curricula were Edward bert V. Hass, Theodore E. Jones,'s member of the Board in Control of
as possible. Two sets will be used,mebrothBadinCtolf
, These memberships are free to H. Goodman, '31 B.Ad., and Victor Paul H. Karr, David W. Kendall, one that of the courtyard of the Student Publications, announced
Northwestern Breaks Michi:gani s, any who have paid tuition to the P. Schumacher, '31B.Ad. William D. Kimble, Frederick R. home of Fabius Maximus, famous yesterday that John R. Rose, '31,
Winning Streak. {Union for four years at the rate of The election of these men will be Parker, James R. Rood, Peter M. Roman senator, and another one Whitfield D. Hillyer, '31, and George
I$10 per year which is included in held at the same time as the all- Scott, and John S. Tennant. showing the interior of Hanibal's C. Tilley, '30, have been selected to
(Special to The Pa,7v) the tuition of the Univ'ersity. campus elections next Tuesday. general headquarters several miles fill the vacancies for nomination as
EVANSTON, ILL.-After defeating Others may obtain these life mem- Any other petitions for union vice- _romRme._student members of the Board in
presiencis mus be ignedby 20 1 IOur~~herfrom Rome.stdnmebrofheBadi
twenty straight Western Conference berships by making a payment of.p presidencies must be signed by 200 Ou ea. M nControl of Student Publications in
opponents, Michigan's powerful the difference between $50 and the persons from the school or college, place of Gurney Williams31
ntsthe vice-presidency for which theyr Dramatic Organizaton Frank E. Cooper, '31, and Iaspe
band of goer etdefeat at amotpadapply, and must be presented at Names Yant President H. Halverson, '31, all of whom have
had fNrhetr 17oe er 2Uinfei nlddthe main desk ini the Union by 5 I1( I withdrawn their nomination.
the trickv Westmoreland layout to- in the Summer Session payment. ~+
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NAME BOESCHE'1,
S. C. A. PRESIDENT
Student Committee Leaders Are
Also Chosen by Board
of Control.
PASSMORE IS SECRETARY
Six Candidates Are Selected for
Three Positions on
New Board.
Fenelon Boesche, '31, will be
president of the Student Christian
association for next year, as a re-
sult of the elections held by the
board in control of that organiza-
tion last night. The board which
is composed of two faculty Mem-
bers and four students also chose
the committee chairment to carry
on the work of various branches
of the organization for next year.
Seven Receive Positions.
The following were appointed to
head the student committees: Wil-,
ham Kearns, '32, will be in charge
of All-Campus forums, William
Knox, '32, will head the fresuan;
committee, JohneBrum, '1,14n
ternational, Nelson Armstron g,'31,
convocations, William Comton,
'32, extension, and Beakes Dicker-
son, '31, faculty student relations.
Lyle Passmore, '33, was. made sec-
retary-treasurer of the organiza-
tion.
John Webster, '30P, retiring pres-
ident stated at the close of the
meeting that he :was exceedingly
pleased with the progress the. S C.
A. had made during the last year
in the way of broadening Its sphere
of activities and carrying out the
work of previous years. He also
expressed the hope that the newly
elected officers would carry on the
work and continue to increase the
usefulness of the organization.
Nominations Made.
-Three members at large of the
Board in Control of the S. C. A.,
who, with the newly elected presi-
dent, will make up the student
members of the board are to be
elected Tuesday at the all-campus
elections. The nominations for
these three positions are as fol-
lows: Nelson Armstrong, '31, Beakes
Dickerson, '31, William Jacobs, '30
F&C, Hollister Mabley, '31, Donald
Koch, '30, and William Compton,
-'31.
FOR SENIOR SNG'
Glee Club and, Band to Feature
Program at Last Informal
Gathering of Seniors.

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Arrangements for the annual
Senior Sing to be held at 7:30
o'clock on the night of May 21, are
rapidly nearing completion, ac-
cording to an announcement made
last night by Joseph Narring, '30,
chairman of the committee. The
sing will mark the last informal
gathering of the graduating classes
I in the traditional round of senior
activities- before commencement
The Men's Glee club together
with the Varsity band will give sev-
eral numbers on the program. For
the accomodation of these two mu-
sical units,' the Building and
Grounds department will erect a
platform near the center of the
campus. The stand, which will be
in front of the flagpole, will be dec-
orated with maize and blue stream-
ers as well as with a string of color-
ed electric lights.
Sidney F. Straight, male lead in
the Union Opera, "Merrie-Go-
Round," will lead the singing. Song
sheets are being printed for the oe-
casion.
The songs to be sung include
such favorites as the "Yellow and
Blue," "The Victors," "Varsity," and
"College Days."

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day. The Wildcats made a clean .These memberships may be obtain- tody. E f:I Officers of Mimes, campus dra-
1f the morning doubles .ed a the hnbine dekir i the7-C 5 Imatic organization. were elected

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