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'PtUDAY, MAY 16, 1930


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Pt N (lt Associated Press)
WASHINGTON Once again a
treaty whose consideration may
write exciting pages of the nation's f
history is before the senate.
That is the naval pact, negotiat-
Soldiers Direct New Activities ed at London, requiring the con-
Against Insurgents; Return stitutional approval of a two thirds
of Re slCgefnt ed. senate vote.
of Rebel Chief Hinted. ' There has bden no treaty fight
of stirring proportions since con-
BANDITS TO BE SOUGHT sideration 'of the Wilson league ofY
nations pact.
Sixteen Rebels Killed in Week The Kellogg peace pact went;
gthrough the senate a year and a.
rng Ehalf ago, almost without dissention.
National Guard. Now, the London treaty gives'
the big navy group an opportunity;
(By Associatcd Press) ito expound its views.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, May 15- The tariff, prohibition, and the
United States Marines and the Ma- .array of startling senatorial in-
rine-officered National Guard have vestigations have kept senators in'
recommenced intensive activities high gear, oratorically speaking, forE
in northern Nicaragua against the months. Consideration of the treaty
groups described in an official state- is certain to .result in another flood
ment as rbandits. In six encoun- of impassioned words.t
ters between May 5 and May 12 six- In key positions in the discus- L
teen bandits were killed. sions will be Borah of Idaho, char-
Make Investigation. man of the foreign relations com-
An investigation is being made mittee; Robinson of Arkansas, and
of unconfirmed rumors that Augus- Swanson of Virginia, the latter
tino Sandino, former self-exiled in- ranking Democrat on the foreign
surgent chief, has returned to relations and naval committees.j
Nicaragua from Merida, Yucatan, Robinson also was an American1
by way of Salvador, and is now delegate to the London conference.
directing another insurgent force. After the President presents the
The cabinet, meeting Tuesday, con-I treaty, it goes ot the foreign rela-}
tinued for 60 days the state of siege Itions itee wich eies
in he orher dearmens o Mons committee which decides
in the northern departments of j whether it shall go to the floor.
Matagalpa, Chontales, Jinotegas g
asteli and the Segovias. Robert M. LaFollette, Jr., Wis-
Asked for an explanation of the consin, lately has taken his place Senators Borah, Idaho (top rig
clashes, Gen. McDougal, command- on the foreign relations commit- and Hale, Maine (below) will be am
er of the Nicaragua National Guard, tee. Hiram W. Johnson of Califor- ing lively discussion of London nava
said it meant principally that the nia is a member, as is fiery Demo-
National Guard had received orders cratic Pat Harrison of Mississippi. affected, too, by the senate navai-
to take the offensive, hunting down There are, however, plenty of ad- committee. Senator Hale of Maine,c
the bandits in their native retreats. ministration stalwarts on the com- chairman, has asserted .his com-
There are 200 Marines engaged inI mittee. mittee will develop a public exposi-:
the hunt and 500 native guards The course of the treaty may be tion of the technical phases of ther
with Marine officers.
The first of the encounters men- -
tioned on May 5 took place ,at Diphtheria Immunity I
Naranjo, near the Honduran bor-
(er, two bandits were captured and MSyNTEuNTIBeSG
a small quantity of arms confis- May Soon Be Gained
cated. TP TI s Of O ntmentl

LEAGUE Dramatic Festival r
Intensive rehearsals for Sopho-
Open Break Evident as Official dles' "Antigone," to be presented Delaware University Sponsors
Declares Right tonHold the entire week of May 26 in the Summer Course for Study
xrRailway Position., Lydia Mendelssohn theater with of Language, Customs. :
Margaret Anglin in the title role,
WILL OFFER DEFENSE were started yesterday in the the- HAS MANY ADVANTAGES
(ater at Ann Arbor. The entire dra-
(By Assowted Press) Sophomores who will have coin-
DETROIT, May 1-ao Char_ matic festival company arrived in
Ann Arbor last night with the ex- pleted by the end of this semester
es Bowles and Frank Couzens, a ception of Miss Anglin, and are now the equivalent of three years of
member of the street railway com- engaged with the details of the pro- college French will have the oppor-
mission, came to an open break duction. Miss Anglin herself will tunity to go to France during the
Wednesday, with the mayor de- arrive Monday from New York. She summer, and throughout their jun-
manding that Couzens resign as has been filling engagements in ior year, to continue their studies,
I Boston and Philadelphia. says Prof. Rene Talamon of the
! commissioner and Couzens reply- The "Antigone" will have its first ; Romance Languages department.
ing that he is ready to defend his performance Friday evening, May Under the auspices of the Uni-
actions and that he will not resign. 23, in Kalamazoo, where R.obert versity of Delaware, a large number
I The developments came after Henderson presented his company of juniors from accredited schools
Couzens disagreed with the two for twenty weeks this Winter. The all over the country go to Paris or
other commissioners-John J. Bar- company will return immediately j Nancy, and there, living in a French
lum and Frank H. Dohaney-and I after this performance to Ann Ar- milieu, using the French language
with Mayor Bowles on several mat- bor for further reheasals in anti- practically all the time, they not
ters, the latest being the action of cipation of the opening in Ann only perfect their mastery of
h m s gi1tArbor on Monday evening, May 26, French and broaden their under-
* inshe cmmissineingiving allm, o itsin the Lydia Mendelssohn theater. standing of French customs, but
insuan & Thomas The play will be presented the en- have the opportunity to meet and
ma& Thomas t tire week of May 26 in Ann Arbor study many of the etinent and
Mayor Bowles gave to newspap- for nine performances, playing ev- brilliant savants of Europe.
ers a letter addressed to Couzens fry night except Tuesday and with I is surprising to learn that, even
in which he demanded an imme- four matinees on Tuesday, Wed- i lud the two hundred and fif-
* diate resignation and accused Cou- nesday, Thursday and Saturday ty dollars that are takenaup by
ens of intimating that the com- f roons at 3:15 o'clock. transportation to and from France,
mission was wasting public funds Because of the preliminary per- the expenses for the year are not
in allotting the insurance to one formance in Kalamazoo, the open- more than here at Ann Arbor, said
-firm.Severaltodrew er m hadr Couzens ing of "Antigone" on Monday in Professor Talamon. The University
receid he ler, bt eadd t Ann Arbor Will be a completely fin- of Delaware has compiled a budget
hecwould henoterign aded that eished production. Many dramatic for Americans that places the ae-
ht), Swanson, Virginia (top left), he would not resign and that he critics are expected to attend, as rage cost of a year's residence at
ong key figures in senate's would insist that the mayor dis-
rg sente pend-( miss him if he wanted him off the! well as Charles Wagner, noted New $1500.
I treaty. commission. e York impressario, Miss Jessie Bon- Opportunities for summer study
"I am ready to defend every ac- stelle, of the Detroit Civic theater, are even better for the graduate
pact, with high naval officials being tion I have taken," said Couzens, and Mr. Chamberlain Brown, New student than for the undergradu-
called upon. Wooden models of who is the son of Senator James York casting agent. ate, he said. Whereas a student
gun mounts, as affected by the l Couzens, "If the mayor's letter The cast of New York players under the University of Delaware
pact, have been prepared for com- contains any charges against me, supporting Miss Anglin will include plan is restricted to the Universities
mittee evidence. you may rest assured that I will 'Lewis McMichael, Amy Loomis, of Paris and Nancy, a graduate has
reply specifically to every charge Robert Henderson, Claire St. his choice of all the French uni-
that has been made. My interest is !Claire. Victor Adams, Richard Kur- versities offering courses to foreign-
in preservation of the Detroit vink, and the distinguished char- ers. The most frequented of these,
street railways. I believe in muni- acter artist, Ainsworth Arnold. Mu- excluding Paris and Nancy, are the
cipal ownership and every action sical accompaniment to the produc- University of Dijon, the University
taken by me as a commissioner was tion will be under the direction of of Grenoble, University. of Poitiers,
for the purpose of protecting what Ralph Lewis. and University of Strasbourg.
I consider the people's system." The box office sale of seats will A number of Michigan students
IopenMonday morning at 10 o'clock have taken advantage of the Dela-
I' z At d and will continue daily thereafter ware plan during the last few years.
Passage Discovered at Luigi's iTpping i tend at the Mendelssohn theater from Further information on the subject
Leading to Great Cache New England Banquet 10 o'clock until 7 o'clock at night. may be obtained from Professor
of Assorted Liquors. TgLTalamon, who is in general super-
T. Hawley Tapping, general secre- London-Plovers eggs and bran- vision of Michigan students in
(By Aezsociate'd Press) tary of the Alumni association, left dy 100 years old from the cellars France.
DETROIT, May 15- Fourteen yesterday for Boston where he will of the last of the czar's are to be
Federal prohibition agents raidedn attend a banquet of the University served 'at a dinner given by Lord TYPEWRITER
of Michigan clubs of New England. Decies. rEPAIRING
Luigi's, a leading cabaret of the Plans for the national alumni din- !All ARIN -
ity, at 1 a. m. today just as the ,iner which will be held before the , AKE ESERVAaNS NWkhines. Our euip-
150 patrons had settled back in Michigan-Harvard football game KEUES RV iOP ©9ENTW nent and persn-
their chairs for the first act on the next fall will be discussed during UROAEER jnel are considered
program of entertainment. the evening. LINE ) among the best in the State. The
Two waiters were arrested on Similar dinners were held several sAN ANISH result of twenty years' careful
prohibition charges following the years ago in Washington and Phila- .ACLASS Ebuilding.
discovery of liquor in the kitchen. ! delphia with hundreds of alumni EE.G.KEBR,SteamS.ipT Q D. MORRILL'
The cabaret is on the second floor ; attending. A special train will car- I . H *& . A4. Phone 661
f a building at 9 Duffield street, ry University graduates from all ____ ;Arb-r 314 South State St.
and it may be padlocked as a re- parts of the country to the affair I
ult of the raid. 1 next fall.
The big haul of the night came
almost at the end of the raid after Business Seniors Taken on Tour
he crowd of men and women Through Several Kellog Plants
patrons had been permitted to
eave. At 3 a. in., a Federal agent, !'The 35 members of the senior
sounding the walls near the front class of the School of Business Ad-
entrance, discovered a secret pas- ministration were recently taken on
ageway leading to a great cache a tour of the factories of the Kel- I
of assorted liquors in the basement. log company at Battle Creek. Fol-
The value of the liquor seized wasIlowing the trip through the factor-
estimated by Thomas H. Brennan, ies the party went to the Kellog
assistant prohibition administrator bird sanctuary and the Kellog ex-
of this district, at more than $10, perimental farm at Gull Lake.

Patrol Ambushed.
On May 6 a small patrol prepar-
ing to camp for the night was am-,
bushed and one guardsman wound-
ed. On the next day occured an
action at San Juan; when 1l0 men1
opening fire from four sides on a1
Marine and constabulary patrol.
Four guards were killed and two
wounded, and all the supplies and
one of the pack animals were lost.
The bandits lost six dead.
Two persons were killed in an-
other encounter May 10 at Agua-
cate, near Ocotal. Both were be-
iieved to have been lesser chief-
tans of the former insurgent move-
mlent. In the Mirafior mountains
near Yali the Marinesgand constab-
ulary fought with a group of about
25. Six of the enemy were found'
dead in the woods after the fight.I
Singers to Visit Ten Sorority
Houses'in Observance of
Campus Tradition.
Sentimental ballads, rousing col-
lege songs, and numbers ranging
from opera to the latest popular hits
will be heard Monday night when
the Glee Club holds its annual
serenade on the campus. About
ten different sorority houses will be
visited during the course of the
evening if the weather permits,
Lawrence Goodspeed, '31, manager
of the. organization, announced yes-
This event, one of the campus
traditions, is looked forward to ev-
ery year by the sororities and has
gained popularity with each suc-
ceeding serenade. If possible, Good-
speed also stated, more houses will
be visited, but due to the length of
the number and the comparatively
short time during which the seren-
ade can be given, it is doubtful
whether more than ten houses will
be serenaded.
Prof. Bailey to Attend
Conference in Virginia
Prof. Benjamin F. Bailey, of the
clectrical engineering department,
will leave Ann Arbor Saturday, to'
attend a conference of the National
Electrical Manufacturing associa-
tion at Hot Springs, Va.
Professor Bailey is chairman of a
committee which is interested in
defining what a "quiet" electric
motor is, and endeavor, if possible,
to find a method of measuring the
noise produced by a motor during
actual operating conditions.
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A.o 4./x:34 VA ,.,/1114111L1.1 .I

x .(1 Y Associated Press)
Feud Over Best Type Cruiser CHICAGO, May 15.-In the opin-j
Revived in Exchange of ion of Dr. Arnold H. Kegel, cityl
Questions, Answers. health commissioner, and Dr. Ben-
A jamin M. Gasul, of University of
WASHINGTON, May 15.-The old I Illinois, the use of serum injections1
feud over the type of cruiser best
suited to American needs was re- as a diphtheria immunity may soon;
vived in a running exchange of be supplanted by an ointment. !
question and answer today as two After making tests on 47 schooll
Senate committees continued hear-c
ings on the London Naval Treaty. children, Drs. Kegel and Gasul re-
The smaller ship, with six-inch ported to the Chicago Medical so- t
guns, found a champion in Admiral ciety Wednesday night that they f
William V. Pratt, commander of the had obtained a 60 per cent effi-
battle fleet, who told the Naval ci
Commiitee he was well satisf iency with the ointment developed
with the treaty provisions giving the by Prof. E. Lowenstei of Vienna.
Navy little as well as big cruisers. 4 Dr. Kegel emphasized, however,c
Secretary Charles Francis Adams that the ointment should not be
of the Navy, before the Foreign used in practice until a 90 per cent
Relations Committee, also defended efficiency has been reached, mak- i
the treaty although he had dis- ing it equal to the effectiveness ofa
closed that the American delega- the serum and needle. Research t
tion at London really favored a Ito reach that effectiveness has beenI
larger allotment of the big 10,000 I started, the health commissioner i
ton, eight-inch cruisers that it got ( said. I
in the final agreement. __IE
Various other Navy officers were Dea Ets
summoned by the two committees, D a ®ner c
and the points under examination Before Alumni Groups!
ircluded virtually all controvertedt
sectionz of the treaty. Dean John R. Effinger of the lit- I
erary college will be the principalc
Prof. Timoschenko speaker at the fifth district Uni-

Speaks on Russia
Discussing "Agrarian Problems in
Soviet Russia," Prof. Vladimir P.,
Timoschenko of the economics de-'
partm-n't last night addressed
m'-mb r2 of the International For-I
um of the Round Table Club.
Professor Timoschenko, who has
spent much time in the study of
Russian problems stated that the
situation of the peasant farmer at
the present time is worse than be-
fore the revolution of 1905. This is
due to the equal distribution theory
of the new government. To use
the words of Professor Timoschenko
"agriculture in Russia is for home
consumption, and the problems now
is to make production for market;
industrial production is developing i
but since 1927, when the attemptl
at co-operative farming was aban-
doned, agricuitural 'production is
The social theory which does not
permit farming on a large scale is
largely responsible for the agricul-
tural problem of today, and accord-!
ing to Professor Timoschenko "no
immediate solution is at hand."
The meeting was well attended l
and a discussion of Soviet Russian I
Sproblems followed the talk.

versity Alumni meeting which will!
be held Saturday in Aurora, Ill.
Members of University of Michigan,
clubs from Wisconsin and Illinoiss
will be present. Friday the ninth !
annual district meeting will be held
in Bay City.
Professor Upthegrove
Leaves for ConventionI
Prof. C. Lane Upthegrove of the
metallurgical department of the en-
Lineeprinw c llas- lift t dla fn

The cabaret was completely strip-
ped of all furnishings, which were
loaded into trucks and hauled to
the Government warehouse at Con-
vention hall.
TNoT a floating or a drifting but a travel
university for lipaited group. Around the
World, leaving New York September 27,
I1'.30. Trip assured. Mlen anbd women.
17 to 30. Visit 27 countries. 80 days at
sea. 150 on shore. Traveled faculty.
Reoferencs required. Wlrite
Woodstock Tower, 320 East 42nd St., N. Y.


316 7th Street
Traverse City, Mich.


gI go egeeU yes er ayfor
Cleveland where he will attend the
annual convention of the American ~
Foundrymen's Association.
spending the greatest number of
hours in study are not always the I iof Q U:mI
ones to make the best grades, ac-
cording to Dr. J. G. Jenkins, assist-U
ant profesWu of psychology. Dr. I
Jenkins has just completed a study
of two groups of students, 120 in'Moderately
all, and has found that the group I W AllCJvw y P c d
making the highest grades spent!
nearly an hour less on their studies
than the group making the lowest .
grades. The poorer group it was FRATERNITY
found, spent less time in sleep and.,r-
in dates, exercised more, attended
church more, and took less time to.CRESTS r.....
z For the lover of fine }
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will present an irresistible
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gleaming items are here,
EverythingMusiXpriced to please.fit
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