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VOL. XL. NO. 175.






Sommerfield Scores
to Give Badger.
1-0 Victory



Literary Magazine Will Appear
on Campus Next Wednesday;
Last Issue of Year.
June number of the Inlander,
featuring articles by Professorl
Peter Monro Jack, Professor A. R.i
Morris, artwork by Max Ewing, for-
mer student, and Mr. William Bent-
ley, and a one-act play by Elizabeth
W. Smith, will be released on the
campus on Wednesday, June 4.
There is a large amount of studentj
material in the forthcoming issue,

according to the editors, who prom-1
ise an interesting number.I
Mrs. Smith, whose playwriting
activities on the campus have made
her a consideration in all major
play competitions, is the author of1
the play "The Day's Work" which
will appear, rewritten since its lab-
oratory presentation. Professor
Jack, who is. leaving the University
this spring, will be represented by
an article on "Hart Crane, Brooklyn
Bridge, America," which is a dis-
cussion of Mr. Crane's recent book,
"The Bridge." The death of the'
Poet Laureate of England is theI

'n IDetroit Woman Hurt TOLAN IS SECOND
in Automobile Crash; IN CENTURY DASH
Sustains Bad Injury t
Lilly Sizill, 29, of Detroit, is in..
University hospital as the result of
an auto accident late Friday night......:.x
on M-49, north of Rushton. Miss
Dr. Day Expresses Confidence' Sizill, who sustained a fractured)
in Academic Training skull when the car in which she
for Business. and five others were riding side- v
swiped a truck and crashed into a
BANQUET HELD AT UNION tree, is in a serious condition today.
The automobile, which was driv-
.cu ben by Emmett McCable, also of De-
Faculty Should be in Demand ;troit, was completely wrecked al-'

Victory Gains First Big Ten
Diamond Championship
for Wisconsin.
By Joe Russell
In the best game which has been
played on Ferry Field this season,,
Wisconsin won its first Conference
baseball championship yesterday
by letting the Wolverines down 1-0.'
Sommerfield, Badger hurler, won
his own ball game in the eighth
inning when he stole home after
,doubling into left field, bringing in
the winning run and the title.
By virtue of this victory the
Badgers 'beat out Illinois for the
.Big Ten laurels, completing their
season with nine wins and one de-
feat, this one at the hands ofI
Coach Fisher's men last week. The
'llini, with eight wins and two loss-
es can lay claim to second position
in the Conference standings. y
The game yesterday was close'
and almost air-tight throughout,
Michigan playing errorless ball,
while their opponents committed
but three bobbles, none of them{
serious. Both infields were work- I
ing well, and few balls went past

'occasion for the article by Profes- in Business World though Miss Sizill was the only oc-
R I N NES !sor Morris on Robert Bridges. at High Pay.; cupant to sustain serious injury. 3
1 I L LLU L Max Ewing, besides contributing The wreck was reported to sheriff's!
photographs of his unique sculp- "We face the problem of experi- deputies at Howell shortly after:
tural figures, is the author of a menting, always looking to the midnight on Friday. Three men
sophisticated bit of dialogue ap roduct and to what the market and three women composed the
rngdhis name. s and can absorb," stated Dr. party, although the names of the
. Edmund E. Day, former Dean of the unhurt occupants were not known
Graf Zeppelin Arrives at Port School of Business Administration, at sheriff's headquarters.
over Four Continents. for the business world before the..
___ IN SIZES EOUIPMENT~~~~~bnQuet of the school's second an-i B B Y JO E 1iNS ''" Tln
N SIE, EQ N E ME T ual alumni conference in the Un-
MAY LEAVE TOMORROW onaat 6:15 last night.heiUA- Eddie Tolan,
____. ~~Dr. Day pointed out that "there Mhgnstoyersrn tr
( lscate Prs has been a great deal of bunkum and holder of the rld's record of
LAKEHURST, N. J., May 31.- University Grants New Uniforms spoken in praise of specialized 9.5 seconds for the 100 yaid dash,
Rolling up from Rio to complete the For Football Season training of students in preparation who was nosed out in the national
next to last leg of. its four-continent Next Fall. for business," and that it would be American Defeats Wethered to intercollegiate meet yesterday by
flight, the German dirigible GrafI- possible to "substitute a variety of Gain British Amateur Frank Wykoff of Southern Cali-
elin arrived at the naval air WILL PLAY AT HARVARD courses and other subjects, and Championship. fornia. Wykoff made the distance
Zepp still get the same results." in 9.7, equalling the I. C. A. A. A. A.
station today under escort of the A revamped band numbering Three Qualities Cultivated . SCORES TWO BELOW PAR record.
navy dirigible Los Angeles ,a com-I AIt was the speaker's contentionSWP-
mercial blimp and half a dozen ninety pieces and completely out- that "about all you could say is that:
fitted in new uniforms will repre- instruction does not obstruct the
The~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ gra iiil perdot Mcia eetra h to. BbyJns tda PeaddedtheCAMP US PLY B O
planes. sent Michigan next semester at the success of the student after gradul ST. ANDREWS, Scotland, May 31(
The great dirigible appeared out tn ation." -Bobby Jones today added the I
football games, it has been an-IL PEAiS O
of the south at 6 a. m., eastern Three qualities to be cultivated in :British amateur championshpto
standard time, like a gray ghost in nounced by Robert A. Campbell' the students were stressed by Dr. his long string of major golf title I
the bright morning sunlight. treasurer of the University. Day, "analytical approach to prob- his long string of major olf titles {

Well-Balanced Aggregation Beats
Stanford, Harvard; Michigan
Sprinter is Beaten.
Tolan, Campbell Take Seconds
as Wolves Net 1412 Points
in National Meet.
(Byv Associated Press)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 31.-
The superior all-around strength of
Southern California's Trojans tri-
umphed over the individual bril-
liance of Stanford's Cardinals, de-
fending titleholders today and
swept them to victory in he 54th
Intercollegiate A. A. A. A. track
and field championship, a sensa-
tional battle featured by the great-
est collection of performances in
the history of the classic.
Three records were shattered and
a fourth equalled in the two-day
struggle as the Pacific coast rivals
staged a fight for team honors.
For a timeHarvard unexpectedly
make it a three-cornered affair
with a surprising show of strength,
but the Crimson was unable to keep
up the pace all the way.
Score in Eleven Events
Scoring in 11 of the 15 finals, the
stalwart 16 Southern Californians

Compton Is Big Star.
The outstanding performance c
the afternoon was turned in b
Michigan's pitcher, Compton, wh
pitched the game of his life in a
attempt to send the Badgers bac
to Madison with a defeat. He struc
out six men in the nine inning
and allowed but one base on ball
The Wisconsin team collected seve
hits, but these were distribute
among four men, one of then
Griswold connecting three tim
himself. Michigan was able to la
out five bingles, all by. differer
With the count tied, and ti
game .apparently headed for ext
innings, Sommerfield came up fir
in the eighth. He popped up a f
to left field which dropped safe b
inches, Sommerfield taking secon
Winer rolled out to Compton ar
Matthusen walked, placinget
men on the paths. A fielder
choice advanced Sommerfield #
third, from where he stole home o
the n'ext pitched ball. Superi
tried to run the Badger hurl(
down, but Umpire Byron decide
that the Wisconsin man was sa
at the plate with the only scorec
the game.
Wolves Try For Comeback.
The Wolves tried a despera
come-back in their half of th
eighth, but Superko, after gettin
to first on Werner's bobble ar
advancing to third on sacrifices k
Tompkins and Hudson was stranc
ed. there when Truskowski lifte
one high into center field for th
third out of the inning.

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rwenty minutes later it was over Besides the new outfits and the lems," "essential honesty of mind," by defeating Roger Wetheredn roep
the field, its engines resounding in increase in size, a new drum major and a "broader point of view in the 36-hole final 7 and 6. To Be Placed on Sale Thursday; which was an 8 point margin over
he hangar like a corps of giant will also twirl the baton and a new that approach." Jones demonstrated again that C d n Stanford.hHarvard finished a good
drums, and five minutes after that , The problem of the faculty was "even fours will win," in the '0Cthird with 24/2 points, Michigan
t had settled on the ground near bdrivued willehae ha one quite seriously dealt with. "I holes of play he scored 22 fours by Campbell. fourth with 14% points, as the
-he mooring mast been divulged will have charge of look forward to the time when the three of them birdies. He had five Wolverines participated for the first
e tr d e a d atthe marching. t he organization members of the faculty will be so threes, two pars and a birdie and PROF. ROWE EDITS BOOK time since 1919, and Yale fifth, with
Thmoet threse moent an ere son's wor e sta o the sea thoroughly competent that they will he required five strokes on only 12%.
as considerable confusion among ester in anticipation of a busy (be under continual pressure to get three holes, one a par and the Sponsored by the division of Eng- Stanford with her twin stars,
rbservers at first as towich was season hilin tots out into business. The university other two a stroke over par. lish the "University of Michigan Eric Krenz and Harlow Rothert, in
>theGraferandeirt atofwhich e a dwhich will include ttrips will then have to face the problem Jones followed his custom of will b placed on sale here rare form,furnished most of the
the Graf, Bd t ithn fem Th of retaining these men in the fac- playing against par while his op- y record-breaking thrills. The Car-
Was the Graf. But within a few!The trip to Harvard, Mr. Camp- ulty. That will mean a substantial ponent played Jones. The American Thursday. The volume will con- dinals also led in first places, col-
minutes the gray trio came near bell stated, is the longest trip ever increase in the present ,1evel of sal- was not over par on any hole in tain "Lassitude" by Hobert D. Skid- lecting four titles, which Southern
ough to identify them and theen. by. a M~lgian. bandi and . i' arie~s." 'the morning and as he had two more, '32; "Wives-in-Law" by Eliza- California bagged ony two rigt
nighty' r loh ove bemg given the men in reward foi Faculty Must Be Experienced, birdies on the round, he finished . "r down theCiline But the Trojans
thers so thatll doubt was dis- their inmprovement during the past "ubh s~ eogh"d 'udrpr et down theSline. Butcthe"Trorans
es tha d aButthissist en ough,arguedis first round two under perfect had too much all round strength
pelled. year. This improvement, he lays to Dr. Day, "the faculty must have figures. A-Day" by Hubert S. Skidmore, and they clinched the meet with
Because of the early arrival there! the efforts of Capt. H. B. Turner, some business experience in their In the .afternoon he went one '33; "The Day's Work," also by Mrs. a finishing burst as Bill Carls
was only a scattering of visitors drill-master, who has been forced 1 training. I am enthusiastic about over par on two holes but had two Smith; "Many Happy Returns" by and Ed Payne ran one-two in the
on the field, in striking contrast to leave, and Joseph Narrin, .grad- the possibilities of professional birdies to offset these lapses, so he Robert Wetzel of the rhetoric de- .finals of the 220 low hurdles.
with previous arrivals of the Ger- uating drum-major. training for business students, but was two strokes under par for the aTWykoff, Dyer Win.
Man airship when thousands had to. The new drum-major will prob- it is still in an experimental stage. day's play. partment; andTheyToo Sprint honors ere divided by
be held in check by sailors and ma- ably be chosen either at the end of Here at Michiga real progress is Crowds filling the street gave Leslie Askren, '29. ithe two youthful Pacific coast stars,
rines. the present semester or at the very being made." Jones a great cheer as he crossed "Lassitude" was given first place Frank Wykoff of Southern Cali-
Dr. Hugo Eckener, captain of the beginning of the fall term. Because Previous to Dr. Day's address to the Royal and Ancient club for i
of graduation of several members Lemuel L. Laing, '30B.Ad. spoke for the cup presentation ceremonial. in the judging after the recent pro- fornia and Hector Dyer of Stan-
to shout terse orders to the ground of this year's band, there will be the students, and Prof. Olin W. Loud speakers were. installed to duction of the student plays. ford, at the expense of the boa-
crew and then the dirigible wa room for several more pieces in the Blackett said a few words for the broadcast the voices of Jones, "Wives-in-Law" and "Three-A- tacled Michigan negro, rEddie Toeai
down, its 3,300-mile cruise from 1931 outfit, he also announced. faculty. Wethered and Col. P. G. M. Skene, Day" were also presented because holder of the ofcial word rec
dernmbtc comle and fom Practice for the formations will be captain of the Royal and Ancient. ' of their outstanding merit. for the 100 yard dash of 9.5 sec-
Pernambuco completed and noth- held every day during the football "I consider it a great honor, a "Many Happy Returns" was not onds. Wykoff, with a great open-
imore" remainFiTnggea pivleeanfiiisasretpliibesorfialwa nt ing burst of speed, stood off Toan
adventure butnth nightacrosth season while concert rehearsals wi(li T 1 T great privilege, and it is a great eligible for final production in the w h 0 adds ytofe
dvnuebttefihacostebe held every Wednesday evening. U L U L rdcin Iteto win the 100 yard dash by two feet
eltichteFriddricshafnvey_ WeUelaIe gpleasure to give away this cup," one-act play contest held by theh
ATatiht, Fwhdeichswille. begui---said Col. Skene after he had re- Division of English because its au- in 9.7 seconds, equaliig e .
That flight, which will be begun .L ferred to the wonderful golf of tl thor, Mr. Wetzel, gives instruction A. A. A. A. record for the second
tmeondayk nightewillnb thd Will C / 'I IL LUIILUIweek and the sensational matches, in rhetoric. It was, however, con- time in the meet. Dyer -was third
time) Monday night, will be the dsuch as that between Jones and sidered thoroughly worthy of pre in the century, but he came back in
having already crossed the Atlantic Homewar Cyril Tolley, the retiring champion. sentation, and consequently will be the closing event of the day to cap-
six times and the PacificAonce,tdur-ae Noted Actress Will Direct and "I never have been happier to included in "University of Michigan ture the 220 in 21.3.Yalthe
ing its journey around the world- at Endor PlayinSecond of Seriess tet any cup," said Jones, "and I Plays." Frank Connor of e won
last year. Once on this flight it ynever worked so hard, norsuffered "The Day's Work" was one of the hammer throw with a great heave
hast yer ermn to Sin t With the inauguration of direct of Dramatic Festival. so much either." six plays in the competition se- of 177 feet, 10 and 3-4 inches. Back
has come from Germany to Spain, r rduto of him was Holley Campbell, Michi-
across Africa and the south Atlan- airplane service from Ann Abor' ________r__ eced for preliminary production,,o i a olyCmblMci
tic to Pernambuco and down to Rio towepntstsiandton Det oittand Margaret Anglin, noted stage REBUILDING BEGUN It was chosen by the Division of an, the Big Ten Champion with
pitDeri tar, will open her final week with ;~. 167 fet5ad 12 inhes
Janeiro, and up to Lakehurst. Pontiac, more students thanR ever!, RC English committee for incusion in fe;5an -ic
Janer_,_ndut__kehrt are planning to take to the air on the Dramatic Festival comany to- ON CLASSIC ARCH the book because of the interest Rothert Breaks Record.
tr pom-ing oureys the next morrow night at the Lydia Men- and discussion aroused by, its un Rothert's marvelous heave of 52
TOLEDO MUSEUM er we- i asjore the delssohn theatre as Mrs. Erlynne in Arch School Will Reconstruct usual character and experiment in feet and 1-4 inch in the shot put
suen Tal pty Oscar Wilde's modern comedy, dramatic method. tial beating his own former meet
TO EXHIBIT ART stdn rvlBra ttetil etn i w omrme
T EXnion etray. "Lady Windemere's Fan." Miss Old Classical Entrance "They Too," because of its two- miark and also surpassing the
UhisnwyssadtoerAnglin has personally directed the of Detroit Building. act form was not eligible for either American record withstood all fur-
thenibyeAimericanncrustsrespn a entire production, using her special 'the short or long play competition ther attacks today to give the Stan-
to be Displayed During the nation-wide increase in air version of the play in which she Reconstruction has begun at the last year, but was adjudged by this ford star his second successive
Suo mer Mot travel since the inauguration of scored one of her outstanding New west side of the architectural col- year's committee to be of unusual championship in this event. Mean-
York Months. low fares closely approximating rail York successes. lege outdoor court of an entrance merit and interest, while, he was joined by his team
and pullman rates, some air lines: The story of "Lady Windemere's presented to the college by Emory "University of Michigan Plays" captain, Eric Krenz, in a recording
Paintings by contemporary reporting a 300 to 500 per cent rise Fan," as in all of the Oscar Wilde W. Clark of the First National bank will contain an introduction by I farewell to I. C. A. A. A. A. competi-
American artists go on exhibition in passenger traffic. dcomedies; centers around smart in Detroit. The entrance, consist- Prof. Oscar J. Campbell, of the tion as Krenz hurled the discus to a
today for the period of June, July To facilitate schedule and bag- London society, and concerns Mrs. Iing of two fluted Doric columns, English department. The book has new meet mark of 160 feet, 9 3-4 in-
of A galleries III, V, VIII andg Erlynne, a notorious woman, and 'two antae, and an entablature, was been edited by Prof. Kenneth ches. Krenz had achieved a heave
of Art in so v n arious air lines, as well as the her apparent machinations to the removed at the dismantling of the Thorpe Rowe of the rhetoric de- of 163 feet 8 inches but was not al-
VIII-A. Consisting of some seventy D. & C. Great Lakes steamers and handsome Lord Windemere from building which formerly stood at partment, in whose classes four of lowed because of the wind and was
paintings, the group was chosen Greyhound Lines, a representative' his wife. In direct contrast to the the intersection of Jefferson ave- the plays were written. eliminated today because of his of-
from the Carnegie International will be stationed at the Union Side "Antigone" the play is filled with nue and Griswold street, Detroit. The book will be a companiont ycial accomplishments.
Exhibition of November, 1929, and Desk tomorrow and every afternoon epigrams and comedy. It is re- The building, erected in 1836, il- volume to the "University of Mich-1 The third record to fall was in
the Forty-second Exhibition of from 12 to 2 and 4 to 6 o'clock for garded by critics as one of the lustrated the Doric phase of the igan Plays" published last year. The the javelin throw Kenneth Churc-
American Painting and Sculpture the next two weeks, it was an - great comedies of manner since the then popular Greek Revival style. format and binding will be the hill of the University of California,
at Chicago, October, 1929. nounced at the Union yesterday. days of William Congreve. It at one time housed an office of same, except for the boards, which h
Among the exhibitors, whose Coincidental with the anniver-' Prof. Charles Philipps, dean of the the First National bank. will be a light purple to harmonize th a record toll of 212 feet 5
works were also represented last I sary flight of Glen Curtiss, the Cur- English department of the Univer- a ie o of ichi ple in
summer in the museum, are James tis Wright organization in Detroit sity of Notre Dame, who brought Glen Harmeson Signs(Contin1e on Page 3) a te. rond Mihigan discus
Chapin, Guy Pene du Bois, Ger- i was reported to have sent every a party of faculty and students S'.hBrooks,
trude Fiske, John F. Fn ,Dan- male student in the University a with him from South Bend attend- as New Purdue Coach - thrower tossed the platter one un-
iel Garber, John R. Grabach' letter in conjunction with a nation- ed the "Antigone" performance last 'Defeat of Wildcats dred andfifty feet, nine inches, to
Georgina Klitgaard, Hayley Levei, 1 wide drive to interest college men night, will be a spectator tomorrow (By Associated Pes) place fift in e even.
Tod Lindemuth, H. Dudley Murphy, in aviation. night, as will Miss Jessie Bonstelle. LAFAYETTE. Ind., May 31-Glen Gives Maroon Pair
Jerome Myers, Van Deering, Per-j The production will be presented Harmeson, Purdue football, basket-B TNi Champion Track Team
Rinoseph Polet and Umberto Lone Marine Wins Meet at 8:15 o'clock every night this ball and baseball star for the last Big Ten Net Titl Selects New Captain
I.week in the Lydia Mendelssohn three years, has been signed as the _SeecNe_ C pti
From Navy Competitor theatre. Matinee shows will be freshman coach of the Boilermaker (ye BssoAsated Press))
Thousand Give Support --~given at 3:15 o'clock Wednesday,'football and basketball squad for CHICAGO,' Ill., May 31.-After CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 31.-
.. . . ( aAssorid Press>in'hrdav mand Saturday afternoons, next year, N. A. Kellogg, director 4-i. '. c'fv n'ljo ita for th, ! TTn mv ,,,,of ,Rn,4rn a r(N_

Winer cf .......
Matthusen 3b ..
Poser lf ........
Ellerman 2b ....
MVittenmeyer rf
Griswold c .....
'Schneider lb ...
Werner ss . ... .
Sommerfield p



Totals .......
Butler rf ......
Superko 3b ...
Tompkins cf..
Hudson lb
Truskowski c .
Myron ss .....
Daniels 2b
Langen lf ....
Compton p ...
McCormick lf
*Hill .........

.. 31 7
. 4 0
..2 0
....3 1
. 2 1
..3 1
. .2 1
. .3 0
,.1 0
. .3 0
. .1 0
. 1 0


0 1 3
0 3 1 J
0 2 0
0 2 0
0 4 1
0 8 1
0 3' 1
1 0" 1
1 28} 8
0 0 0
0 3 2
0 1 0
0 11 0
0 6 2
0 0 3
0 6 1
0 0 0
0 0 6
0 0 0
0 0 0

Totals ........25 5 0 27 14 0
*Batted for Langen in seventh. t
Scores by innings: -
Wisconsin.........000 000 010-1
Michigan ...........000 000 000-0
Struck out-By Compton, 6; by j
Sommerfield, 4. Bases on balls-
Compton, 1; Sommerfield, 3. Two
base hits-Sommerfield. 'Double
plays-Matthusen to Schneider.
Hit by pitcher-Schneider.-
Billy Arnold Receives



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