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VOL. XLI. No. 135

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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1931

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LOCAL A N D STATENMANAGUAN GNAATEVE
ISSUES TO FETURE RULED BY MARTIAL
ELECTIONMONA LAW RAIDERS SH0l
Capital Punishment Bill, Contests Civilians Ordered off Streets
for City, County Offices After Nightfall; Swift
Go Before Voters. Directs Relief.
HEAVY POLL EXPECTED SULTAN HEADS SURVEY
Regent Beal up for Re-election; - Rockefeller Foundation Expert
Races for Mayor, Justice to Aid Sanitary Work;
Arouse Interest. Hanna Is Legate.
Interest in the capital punish- (Copyright, 1931, by The A.P.)
ment bill and in local contests for MANAGUA, Nicaragua April 4.-
office is expected to bring out a ANAGUAcicg uatArilo4.-
heavy vote in Ann Arbor and Wash- th---cThe coming of Easter found
tenaw county, tomorrow at the bi-" AsN e d Press Photo this city of ruins under the iront
ennial spring election. AAsoctatedPresPhoto hand of martial law to prevent
Close races ior city and county Matthew Hanna looters from adding to the toll of
offices' have been predicted. Eight United States minister to Nica- earthquake and fire.
municipal offices will be contested, ragua, who established a temporary The native national guard shot
while 27 of the 29 members of the legation at Managua to aid the re- four men bent on depredations last
county board of supervisors will lief work for the quake-stricken night, and it was said the total
seek re-election. natives. number of executions since Tues-
The c as Is neu bnt owwill day's upheavel had reached 20,
revolve around the offices of mayor, LE Totfomgofficiwasources. u stantias
clerk, assessor, president of the MfrImLoTfILaATouurced.Elaftersghfal
council, justice of the peace, and have been ordered off the streets
ward officers. Only one county office DI D NT
is to be filled, that of school com- Swift Directs Relief.
misioners. In this race, Miss Cora Ernest J. Swift, American Red
Haas, incumbent, is unopposed. Cross official in charge of relief
Attention will also be turned to 1Razz-Fest' Prog to tIncludework, told the Associated Press to-
the state contests, particularly upon C For B I u day that 15,000 persons still in Man-
the candidacies of Regents Junius Campus Film Based on agua were being innoculated a-
E. Beal, of Ann Arbor, and Ralph Recent Events. gainst typhoid and smallpox.
Stone, of Detroit, who seek re-elec- Mathew H a n n a, United States
tion, and Dr. M. S. Pittman, of Last films for the all-campus minister, has established a tempor-
Ypsilanti, nominee for superintend-1 movie, to be shown at the Sigma ary legation in a tent at the Cam-
ent of public instruction. Delta Chi Gridiron banquet Wed- po de Marte.
Amendments on Ballots. D
Besides the capital punishment nesday night in the Union ballroom, TherAmerican consul at Corinto
measure, two amendments, one were sent to the cutting room yes- refugees are b.e i n g successfully
dealing with the improvement of terday with the completion of the handled and that all are safe They
landing fields, and the other em- "shots" throughout campus "loca- will sail shortly for the United
powering the state to borrow money iots" t houtcapu "o ai s.o
for the purpose of paying or re- tions." The movie will be but one States.
funding outstanding bonded in- of the features on the program of Col. Dan I. Sultan, heading the
debtedness, will share a place on skits and speakers, which will be Nicaraguan canal survey, is direct-
the ballots. 1, hs' fmeri the repairing6 of the
In the mayoralty race, H. Wirt presented at the 9th annual razz damage water system, Mr. Swift
Newkirk, Republican, and Charles fest." said, and hopes to have the task
J. Hutzel, are expected to wage a' Preparation of the film has been finished by the end of next week.
bitter contest for the chair. It is entirely in the hands of the Sigma "We are now feeding 8,000 per-
mostly on this fight that attention Delta Chi committee, the direction, sons," the Red Cross official said.
will be focused. photography, scenario, cutting, and Malloy Will Aid.
Horatio J. Abbott, long active in I detail work having been done by
local, state, and national Democra- I Paul Showers, '31, Gurney Williams, tI aty doubtful about rebuliding
tic circles, is seeking the presidency i., '31, and Harold O. Warren, jr., the city n this spot, he continu-
of council. He is opposed by Albert '31. ed. It is believed that Managua lies
L. McDonald, a candidate for a Subject matter for the movie is Some place within five or 10 miles
public office for the first time. based on several recent campus would be more adequate, possibly.
events, and the scenes are laid in Leon, Matagalpa, M a s a y a and
all parts of the University and city. Granada have been mentioned as
+lCommitteemen stated yesterdaytepry ios"
State u t s that there was no leading man or Dr. Daniel Murray Malloy, of the
woman, but that more than 100 Rockefeller foundation, health di-
(AB r ssa led Press) campus celebrities were listed in rector for central America, arrived
Saturday, April 4, 1931 the cast. The film will be shown day from Guatemala by plane to
with sound, musical effects, and di d relief and sanitary work
JASPER- Mrs. Paulina Raven alogue. 1_adrlie ansaitaywrk
Morse, of Jasper, has been notified Tickets for the banquet will be
by James Ford, Washington, D. C., on sale for the remaining two days Automobile Factories
national chairman of the Better before the banquet, no reservations Report Gains in Sales
Homes in America committee, that being possible on Wednesday, it was
she has been appointed chairman stated yesterday. Fraternities and DETROIT, Apr. 4.-()- Gains in
of the Michigan committee, I organizations on the campus wish- production and sales in various de-
ing to schedule special tables for
ST. JOSEPH -A woman wearing groups from five to forty men may night bynts wre Drepo e tereoble
a black coat and hat was seen to do so at no additional cost by corn- plantt
jump off the south pier here today. municating with Edward S. McKay, The reporting factories were the
who saidrehertidentityorwasunrnown
Coastguards and sheriff's officials, '32, treasurer of the organization, Graham-Paige Motors Corp., Chev-
who said her identitywasunknown, !LkGdrolet Motor Co., and Dodge Broth-
are dragging Lake Michigan. Boy Killed by Father ers'n
Graham-Paige reported an im-
BAY CITY - A well preserved Because of Bird-Love provement in export trade during
skull and other bones of an Indian ;tefrtqatro 91 fiil
have been dug up by workmen ex- I MENOMINEE, Apr. 4. - (/P) - A the first quarter of 1931. Officials
eavating on South Henry street. It flock of 200 doves, symbolic of of the factory said that although
is beligved the site wa s once all peace, led to a quarrel in which a the total ffor the period was still
is believed thersitewasonce ! p ,ledh to , ua n a- below the same period in 1930, each
Indian burying ground. 'father slew his son, county author - mnhsoe eie an
I a u gg n ities said today. month showed a decided gan
GRAND RAPIDS-H. T. Stanton, Stanley Cholewa, 23, was the vie- .r.lingsrniepresdenrand
comptroller, and George W. Welsh, tim. Sheriff Edward Reindl said e ner ses ngeoCerle'
city manager, are going to ask the' his father, Frank Cholewa, 46, con- repotedinh
_it manager, ar_ '---,-, truck divslin

city commission for a bond issue of
$200,c0 for use in relieving condi- I bing him to death with a hoe fol- ---~--~~--~
tions caused, by unemployment, lowing an argument over the doves. The Weather
Tuesday.iHe contended his son's fondness,
Tusdy.for the birds caused him to neglect' Lower Michigan: Mostly fair Sun-
LANSING-According to a report 1his work in the fields. ,day and Monday; warmer Monday,
by Frank D. Fitzgerald, secretary -
f staereceiptsrom the sale of LAWYERS FRE T; MARKS FOR FIRST
automobile license plateshfor the SEMESTER ARE JUST COMING OUT
first three months of this year ___
were were $2,263,743 less than for
the same period last year. Law Club Attempts to Secure finally secured to obtain the grades
Grades From Post Office; from the post office. He returned,
BELDING - Cecil Brooks, 29, of Fraternities Told. however, only to inform the anx-
Belding was killed early today _eT ious waiters that the University
when the truck he was riding in mail had not yet been sorted.
was struck as it attempted to pass By C. S. F. News had spread by this time to
a light automobile. The driver of Chaos reigned in the Lawyer's the various law fraternities, and
the truck and the occupants of the club, Ann Arbor post office officials
car it struck escaped uninjured. were exhausted, and junior and among those who live in dooming
senior law students lost a night's houses. When the group of stu-
DETROIT -Detroit police will sleep Friday, as the result of the dents from the club attempted to
start out next week with a list of information t h a t first semester obtain their marks a short time
1 1 59 kn17 nl ,ind nis. nn a new grades had been placed in the mail later they found the post office

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Paw Paw Children
Operated on Here
Tonsils were removed from 26
scbool children of Paw Paw,
Mich., at the University hospital
yesterday afternoon after a bus
ride of 150 miles in the school
bus carrier. Three others had
minor operations, all at the ex-
pense of Van Buren county and
as a result of a recent health re-
search by Mrs. John A. Brennan,
Paw Paw school nurse. It all
happened this way.
Mrs. Brennan wondered why
so many absences were recorded
in the schools at Paw Paw this
winter and examined every child.
She foupd that of the 622 en-
rolled, 116 were in dire need of
tonsil operations and more than
half this number would never
be able to afford them. So she
interviewed county officials and,
with the help of Oren W. Kaye,
superintendent of schools, se-
cured permission to send more
than 50 to Ann Arbor at the
county's expense. Friday after-
noon 29 of the poorer children
made the trip and yesterday had
their tonsils taken out.
They will return to Paw Paw
tomorrow morning, while an-
other bus-load will make the
journey in two weeks.l

CHURCHES TO JOIN
]1N ANNUAL EASTEHI~
CEREMONS T lAY
Services Will Conclude Week
of Intense Religious
Activities.
FESTIVITIES ARRANGED
Music, Plays, Illustrated Talks,
to Mark Culmination of
Lenten Period.
Ann Arbor's churches will join in
the annual Faster ceermonies this
morning, to conclude a week of in-
tense religious activity and daily
services throughout the city.
Special Easter musical services
have been arranged by many of
the churches. At the First Congre-
gational church Palmer Christian,
University organist, will play, and
Rev. Allison Ray Heaps will speak
on "Let Not Your Heart be Trou-
bled," to conclude a series of Lenten
period sermons which he has been
delivering. At the evening service,
he will give an illustrated lecture,
on "The King of Kings."
Will 'a iU 4 YJ L *Hl :na~wV1'n

Journalistic Society
Initiates Eight Men
Sigma Delta Chi, professional
journalistic fraternity, initiated
eight men yesterday afternoon
in the Union, during ceremonies
which were followed by a ban-
quet in honor of the initiates.
Gurney Williams, '31, president,
I was toastmaster.
The list of new men admitted
to membership of the Michigan
chapter of the organization in-
cludes s e v e n undergraduates,
Frank Gilbreth, '33, William
Pyper, '32, James Inglis, '33, Ken-
neth Youro, '33, Benjamin Mc-
Fate, '33, Powers Moulton, '33,
(and0. arl Seiffert, '33; and Alfred
C. Sleight, managing editor of
the Sturgis Journal.
SoriaAv CAMlP BOARD
Hofmeister Appoints Students
to Serve as Members
of Committee.
Student members of the execu-
tivP comnmittee for the ni6il Frph

FOR -60 O 01HEXPEDITION
OF SENATE WO IRK
'University Council' to
Supplant Present
Committee.
VOTE TO BE HELD
President Will Preside
Over Proposed
Group.
Plans for the organization of
a "University Council" of 46 mem-
bers, in whose hands the present
work of the University Senate
would be placed were revealed yes-
t e r d a y by President Alexander
Grant Ruthven.
The proposal will be voted on
some time in May, President Ruth=
ven stated, after consideration by
present Senate members. The "Uni-
versity Council" would displace the
present University Senate commit-

W ' tL'UX.U itd cior k (serv c e. i a rV
Easter morning devotional serv- Air camp drive sponsored by the tee on University affairs, and would,
FINAL R I S H[LIIices and breakfast will be held at Student Christian association were it was said, simplify legislation.
7 o'clock this morning at the Pres- announced last night by George E. President to Head Council.
byterian church house on Wash- Hofmeister, '31, business manager The proposal states that the sti-
tenaw avenue, and at the regular pulated powers of the Senate are
F~ 0f 0 TE R C evc ntecucthe Mcmitteinlds1.e f2 aut ebr
morning service in the churchRev. f the Michiganensian to be transfered to the "Council"
Merle H. Anderson will speak on The committee includes 10 men of 23 faculty members tdgether
Famous Football Coh Bu d 1 "A Rendezvous With Life," chosen as representative of the with an equal number of represen-
Fisher to olConmunprominent organizations and ath- tatives from the executive body of
With Simple Services letic teams in the University. They the University. This group will be
Under Oak Tree. Dr. Frederick B. Fisher, pastor are: Norman Daniels, '32, captain- composed of the President, as chair-
of the First Methodist Episcopal elect of the 1932 basketball team;
SOUTH BEND, Ind., April 4./P) church, wil speak today on "Resur- Kasper Halverson, '31, assistant, thede of thetsh
SOUT BEN, rctio." e wil coduc no ve-schools, the dean of students, the
-Beneath the spreading branches rection. He will conduct no eve- business manager of The Daily; dean of women, the two vice presi-
of old Council Oak, a sentinel of ning service, but a sunrise com- Charles Kline, '32, of The Daily; T. dents, the registrar, the librarian
peace for centuries, Knute Kenneth m'cloc service will be held at 6:30 Hoilister Mabley, '31, business man- the directors of the hospital exten-
Rockne peacefully slept tonight. o'clock this morning. "Magda," an ager of The Daily; and Bruce Pal- sion division, museums, hygiene
ok t aster play by Ethel Gesner Rock- mer'31 president of the Senior
As the setting sun died in the a lay by Etelene ohtck- mer1 psident mfntherSeniTreand public health, and the assist-
western sy temn t hdw eJ will be presented tonight by class and business manager of Theanto hepeiet.Tse4
western sky, streammng its shadow- b elypaesa h elynrol.- ant to the president. These 46
like one last salute-on the famous gi Wesley playes at the W slevanG members would have the pesent
golden dome of Notre Dame, all ild house. Early morning pservyes Other members are: John Pottle, legislative powers of the Senate
that was mortal of the greatest and a feti ori. pra 31, captain of the track team, and also perform the functions of
« ~~~~under the direction of Rev. DuncanJophRselprtedorfTep
fighter of the "fighting Irish" was E. Mann, will be held at 9 o'clock Joseph Russell, sports editor o e the Senate council.
lowered tonight into the grave. tEisMon iglate hAdret9 'cloc Daily; James Simrall, captain ofi
It was a simple farewell that the this morning at St. Andrew s pis-a the 1930 football team; LaVerne The unwieldiness of the present
copal church. At the Unitariane body of more than 500 in the Uni-
world of sport, the boys who fought church Rev. H. P. Marley will r, '1Senate, and the greater ef-
-fr i, n tehoyfahrswth' s representative of the board in con- I fc Sen atadte rae f
nyw speak this morning on "should We 1 ofathle .ficiency possible through a smaller
whom he worked and worshipped, Die Without Hope." At the evening tgovernment group were given as
gave him today. Yet, it was im- meeting Wilfred Sellars will talk Canvassing for the drive will the main reasons for the proposed
pressive. on "European Youth and the New begin after Spring vacation when change,
Rockne, the immortal Viking, was .Social Order. fraternities and sororities will be Senate to Continue Meetin
carried to his final resting place Rabbi Bernard Heller will speak visited by members of the student St
in Highland cemetery, by the self- committee. The campus tag day will President R u t h v e n stipulated
famed group of "boys," who carried this morning at the Hillel founda- be Wednesday, May 6. yesterday, however, that the Sen-
n far him on the football field of tion services in the League chapel ate itself would not be abolished,
his glory. Firm of step, but heavy on"The Sigficance of the Whaler Reports New but would meet at infrequent times
over, ae eot e during the year for general busi-
ley T om my Yarr Marchmont. Land in ArcticRegion ness which related to university
Sch*wartz, Frank Carideo Marty Socials Pcpolicy. The proposal was made by
Brill, and Larry Mullins-tenderly to be Issued Monday OSLO, Norway, Apr. 4.-(IP)-Capt. the present Senate council at the re-
took their chieftain to his last - Dachli, the Norwegian government quest of the committee on Univer-
earthly home and wept as they The second issue of "The Student whaling inspector who returned to- sity affairs, who intend to resign
watched, with the multitude of Socialist" will go on sale on the day from visiting the herding their present posts on the commit-
thousands, the descent into the campus and in Angell hall tomor- rounds of the north Atlanticee if the action goes through.
row, it was announced last night. claim'ed to have discovered a for- The number and distribution of
As the cortege, weaving its mourn- The publication has been increased merly unknown land with lofty representative members of the
ful way from the Rockne home and in size from two to four pages. peaks in the Arctic regions. chools and colleges on the new
carrying t h e man of destiny's The issue contains a letter from p"Council" would be as follows:
widow, his 72-year-old mother, his Norman Thomas, American Social- Th 1e and said , a be anCollegeof Literature, Science,
four children and a host of mour- ist leader, commending the work of longitudes 27 and 72 west, an area I and the Arts ............ ,., 7
ners, came to the church, there was the club. The leading article is en- i includes most of Greenland, I Colleges of Architecture and En-
tribute, heart-stirring in its silence, titled, "Jesus the Radical" A re- Baflin bay and the east coast of ginecring.............d.a..4
to the beloved football coach. view of Thomas' latest boo m"ier- Baffin land already.IMedical School .,. ,.. . .2
ica's Way Out" is also included. Dachli told Tidens TCgn, Oslo Law School...............
daily, that he had noted the exact i School of Education..........2
N 1"lX , osition of the teritory on maps' College of Pharmacy....1
DEATH P U ISHArNTyFrorm England had taken photographs, but he School of BusinessA
tioAstralia Opened refused to divulge its exact posi- on...........................1
0 -ion. All details and documents School of Forestry and Conser-
CR OYDEN, England, A pr. 4.--(/')I have been h anded to the Norwegian vation . .. .. .. . . . . . . . e.. . ... .. . .. .I
-Fifteen-day airmail service from government. School of Music ..... ...........1
--rEngland to Australia was inaugur- - °-President Ruthven issued a state-
IEx-GovernorOpposes Brucker ated today with departure of an Butler Plans to Run ment concerning the merits of the
n CaAgImperial Airways liner carrying Iproposal yesterday morning. He
Fosterign gBill. 50,000 letters for India and Aus- for Senatorl ost stated that "problems of colleges
Foster Bill, tralia. - are more or less specific. No plan
I Australia's 15,000 letters will be WASHINGTON, Apr. 4. - (/P) - of operation can be best for all.
LANSING, Apr. 4.-(P1)-Gov. Wil- transferred at various points so as Major General Smedley D. Butler Each Institution should study its
ber M. Brucker and former Gov. to reach Port Darwin, on the west- was represented today by friends as problems and meet its needs in its
Fred W. Green were openly on ern Australian coast, April 19. An planning to run next year for the own way. When changes are need-
opposite sides as the campaign for Australian plane will pick them up Pennsylvania senatorial seat now Ied they should not be made by
andosit ainsapteapnishmthere and carry them eastward I occupied by Former Secretary of (Continued on Page 3)
pital punishment across the island continent. Labor Davis.
approached the end today. --------- -- - -__
Green in a brief statement urged FAIR WEA T HER TODAY WILL BRING
the defeat of the electric chair pro- OUT EASTER FINERY OF STUDENTSI
posal which will be voted upon in_----
a statewide referendum Monday.
Gala Style Display Is Forecast every indication of being nearly as
Brucker, when he signed the cap- by Pore-Easter Bsiness ood as the years preceeding this
tal punishment bill, advocated its b' period.
adoption. in Local Stores. For the first time in many years, Staebler Requests Observance
Green said he has not changed by B 'utaways will be i evidence at the of Army Day; Brucker
his mind since he vetoed a death . bFB. G. churches. In the last two weeksY
penalty bill passed by the 1929 Fashions will parade today. many of these have been sold to Asks Tribute,

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legislation. He believes the electro-
cution of murderers, after the
crime has been committed, is not
a preventive measure. The former

Students will put away their win-
ter clothes to come forth in their
best spring finery.
Fair weather has been promised,

local Beau Brummels.

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Wide brim hats and short sleevedI
suits have been chosen by ".e ma-!
jority of the women for the Easter

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Observance of Army day in Ann
Arbor and Michigan by appropriate
ceremonies and display of flags, has

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