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VOL. XLI, No. 146.



flf MFl R +Committee Members Work With
Union, League Officials
on Arrangements.
Cap night, traditional underclassl
event, will feature the first annual
Lily Pons Will be Featured in Spring Homecoming program, to be
First Concert of Regular held in Ann Arbor May 8, 9, and'
10. Th yearly freshman function
Four-Day Series. will take. place at 7:30 o'clock on
Friday night, May 9, in Sleepy Hol-
PADEREWSKI WILL PLAY low, it was announced yesterday by
--- sthe University committee in charge
Five Singers Will Participate I of the three-day program.
Perorm c o Members of the committee are
in eBoris working in conjunction with the
Godunof' May 16. Union and the League where plans
for the event are being centered.
The complete programs for the The committee in charge is com-
six May Festival concerts have been posed of representatives from all
announced by Prof. Earl V. Moore, the major campus activities and
musical director. They are as fol- groups.
lows: I Cap night will include on its pro-


gram the avarding of "M" blankets 11
to senior athletes who have won
two letters in one sport, several ad- Aft
dresses by prominent men on the
campus, and the traditional burn- JI 1 L EIL UhILILJ ruii:l..:::::,I:l:
ing of pots by the freshmen at the
large bonfire in Sleepy Hollow. This
year's program will also include free Special Commission Will Study Alternative of Diverting State
movies at both the Michigan and Nation's Hydra-Electric Highway Fund for Use
the Majestic, although plans for the .
free show have not been completed Possibilities. Now Offered.
by the committee. ~--~
Homecoming week-end are the ____-- I
father and son banquet at the Plans Begun for Construction General Levy on Property Must
Union, the Mothers' day program
on Sunday afternoon in Hill audi- of Workmen's Cottages Meet Budget Until New
torium, Senior Cane day, a lecture on Royal Estates. Taxes Are Passed.
by Prof. Laurence M. Gould, of the -
faculty and recently a member of MADRID, April 27.--(P)-The gov- LANSING, April 27.-(AP)-T h e
the Byrd Antarctic expedition, and 'ernment today took steps to insure legislature reconvened M o n d a y
several scholastic e x h i b i t i o n s for future public benefit two kinds night with the suggestion before it
throughout the University. Several of property hitherto little used by # that it either divert a part of the
athletic events, topped by the Min- the masses of the people. The first state highway fund to meet general
nesota-Michigan track meet at Fer- consists of the tracts of land. for- operating expenses or adjourn and
ry field on Saturday afternoon will merly reserved as rdyal estates and return in a special session in the
all be free to visitors. This latter the second the water suitable for fall to consider finances and taxa-
program includes exhibitions in the producing hydro-electric power for tion.
Intramural building and at the new industrial development. A number of members of the Andrew W. Mellon.
University golf course. A special government commission house, in an informal discussion, AUSTIN, Tex., April 27. -(IP)-
Tickets have been placed on sale was appointed to study the hydro- indicated they favor one course or Wright Patman, Democratic Texas
for the father and son banquet, to electric possibilities, all of which the other. If it is not followed they congressman, said today he would
be held at the Union Friday night, were declared national property, fear a special session during the ask the impeachment of Andrew
May 9. More than 450 guests are and an order was issued to grant summer months. Farmer members Mellow, secretary of the treasury,I
expected to attend the function. no concessions to private industrial hope this can be avoided as it would on the first day of the new Con-I


First concert, Wednesday evening,
May 13. Lily Pons, soprano, will
open the series with the Chicago
Symphony orchestra, Dr. Frederick
Stock conducting. The program will
consist of Overture "Husitzka," by
Dvorak; Aria from "The Magic
Flute," "Oui, tu vois en mois une
rivale," by Mozart; Symphony B
Flat major, Op. 20, by Chausson;
Aria "Caro Nome" from "Rigoletto,"
by Verdi; "A Sketch from the
Steppes of Central Asia," by Boro-


UULI uo in amerit system,
was made last night by the coun-
Both men and women from all
scol n ncr rf +,oh T.

Slatz Randall's Orchestra
Play; Sabre Team Will
Give Exhibition.


ain; the Aria Bell song, from
"Lakme," by Delibes; and Emperor Final arrangements for the thir-
Waltzes, by Strauss. teenth annual Military ball, to be
To Present St. Francis. held Friday night in the ballroom
St. Francis of Assissi, by Pierne, of the Union, have been completed,
will be given at the second con-|William Duckwitz, '31E, general
cert, Thursday night, May 14. Those chairman, announced yesterday.
who will take parts in this concert Slatz Randall and his Brunswick
are Hilda Burke, soprano, Eleanor recording orchestra will provide
Reynolds, contralto, Frederick Jarel, music for the traditional event.
tenor, Nelson Eddy, baritone, Fred I Randall will offer some of the nov-
Patton, bass; Palmer Christian, or- elties that have won much popu-
ganist, the Chicago Symphony or- larity for his orchestra at various
chestra, and the University Choral collegiate social functions through-
Union, with Professor Moore as con- out the country. 6
ductor. Although no definite decorative
The third concert will be an aft- motif will be followed, the ballroom
ernoon event, Friday, May 15. Those .will be decorated in keeping with
who will participate in the program the military nature of the ball.
are Miss Burke, Miss Reynolds, Among the features planned by
Palmer Christian, the Children's the committee is the special exhibi-
Festival chorus, and Eric Delamar- tin by, the sabre team inimeciately
Tyr anad' Juve Abee, conductors-preceding the Grand March. An
The program will consist of the fol- archof sabres' will be formed by
lowing numbers: Overture, "Secret members of Scabbard and Blade,
of Suzanne," by Ferrari; Aria, Ri- honorary military society and spon-
torna Vincitor, by Verdi; Arioso, by sors of the ball, under which the
Handel, A Capella Songs; Aria, "L'- grand march will pass. The initia-
ascia Ohio Pianga," from Rinaldo, tion banquet for the newly elected
by Handel; Organ solos: Fugue in members of Scabbard and Blade
C Minor, by Bach, Ave Maria, by 1 will be held before the ball.
Reger and Passacaglia, by Sowerby; A few tickets still remain on sale
Duet from Hansel and Gretel, by at the Union desk, in the lobby of
Humperdinck; and Cantata "Old Angell hall, in the West Engineer-
Johnny Appleseed," by Gaul. ing building, and in the R. O. T. C.
Paderewski to Play. 'headquarters. Each ticket entitles
At the fourth concert, Friday the holder to receive one of the
night, May 15, Ignace Jan Paderew- favors, which are miniature sabres,
ski will make his first appearance exact replicas of those used by the
of the festival. He will be assisted ! United States army.
by the Symphony orchestra, Dr.
Stock conducting. The program is
as follows: Polonaise, by Liszt;
Symphony No. 2, D Major, Op. 36,1NATIONALnMAGAZINE
by Beethoven; Concerto for Piano
and orchestra, by Paderewski; Noc-
thru nrnp.5;,tue Amm ILL A PAR H R
turne, D flat major; Mazurka, FI
sharp minor, Op. 59; Etude, A min-
or, Op. 25; and Scherzo, B flat min-
or, by Chopin. Former Michigan Men to Publish
A second matinee concert will be Literary, Art Periodical,
given on Saturday, May 16. Ruth Chimes Campanile.'
Breton, violinist, and the ChicagoCp -e
orchestra, will feature the concert. --
Overture "In Spring," Op. 49, by Establishment of a new national
Goldmark; Symphony No. 9, D magazine in Ann Arbor, "Chimes
minor (unfinished), by Bruckner; Campanile,"twas announced yester-
and Concerto for Violin, A minor,' day by Milton Michaels, '29, pub--
Op. 62, by Glazounow. lisher and editor. It will be devoted
to literature, satire, and art work
of all kinds, he stated.
"eisThe magazine will ne of the
lin smart' variety," he continued, "but
will have moments of political and
(1v Assoiaad- P wrN social satire that only the 'debunk-
Monday, April 2, 1931 ers' produce. The body of the mag-
azine is intended to be a memorial
DETROIT-The Rev. R. N. Hols- to former President Marion LeRoy
aple, superintendent of the Michi- Burton, but one section, 'Plain Talk'
gan Anti-Saloon League, announc- will be carried in memory of G. D.
ed today that he was preparing an Eaton, who died recently."
answer to Recorder's Judge Arthur Most of the writers and artists
W. Kilpatrickrdemands for an ex- who have been engaged are former
planation of Rev. Holsape's charge University men and women, Mi-
that "marvellous organization" to chaels said, although other colleges
defend liquor law violators exists in will be touched on, as well as the
dhendcourlevels of society, the "intelligentsia,"
the court. ~and the nation at large.
GRAND RAPIDS-Five airplanes "Chimes Campanile" will use car-
took off from here today on a icatures, cartoons, photographs, ar-
pathfinding flight for the third ticles, and fiction, it was announced.
annual Michigan air tour. They It will be professional in all respects,
will visit 29 cities in the upper and although student contributions have
lower peninsulas, been invited.
Printing contracts have been
SHELBY-The Churchill and Web- awarded to the Ann Arbor Press.
ber bank, said to be the second The publication will appear month-
largest private institution in the ly, beginning May 15.
state with assets listed at $600,000,
closed its doors today while officers XRDO-XrFinished;
prepared to file petition for tem- -XRepairss
norarv receivership. Frozen assets Tes. F ihf s plannd

Seveal romnen alum wll ivecorporations for hydra-electric de- interfere with their home actvie gresswhhwl
Dv-sversity will be allowed to vote on
short speeches, and a feature speak- velopment until adequate in e a s- Should the legislature adjourn cember. the question. Balloting will con--
er, whose name has not yet been ures are taken to insure that the soon with the expectation of a spe--tinuefro ntillokT hgrs-
disclosed, will complete the pro- nation retains ownership of the re- cial session in the fall, the budget SESTcT day at Angell hall, the center of the
gram. sources, would be passed as it now standsTL j1 diagonal, the Engineering arch, the
Formulation of plans for the according to the plans. This woulddIUL JUnion, and the League.
building of many workmen's cot- provide for all funds for appropri- To Increase Number.
tages in the "great pardo," one of ations to be produced from the gen-T Ipo eas e se.
the former royal estates near Mad- eral property tax and various fees. e Committee with two addi-
rid, was also begun today. No new sources of revenue would tnalestudentted by the stu-
D 0 D E Y D , It was planned to rent these cot- be enacted. tional students elected by the st-
Dages as cheaply as possible and Th eeFreshmen, Sophomores to Meet dent body at large at the spring
-ae acheay os ib e d Th appropriations recommend- Choose New all-campus election, and will place
___to make their construction serve; ed in the current budget, and the to Chos e apta ins allgsaiv oepeatv osu
- boh t d udge. ad te ' all legislative power relative to st-
Professor of International Law both to reduce unemployment at resultant tax levy, probably would Rules Announcql. i-dent activities in the new Senate
present and to reduce the cost of not be sufficient to keep the state Committee.
Assails Kellogg Treaty living afterward. I on an even keel, due to huge de- Election of a sophomore captain A student administrative council
Aiin Lecture. Finance Minister Piet, author oflinquencies. However, the propon-.┬░ for the annual soring games will oranized on the same plan as the
I the plan, visited the estate today. 1ents of the special session plan feel be held at 7:30 o'clock this evening Union and the student publcatishe
"The Kellogg-Briand pact does "I am amazed," he said, "to see this that action toward meeting this in Room 302 of the Union, Harry will be established to take the place
not represent one inch of progress 1 great tract of moresthan 18,000 condition could be taken at the end Benjamin, '32, chairman of the of the present Student council..n
in the problem of world peace and hectares so long reserved to the of the summer. spring games committee, said last adtotepooa ilcet
Wars of aggression," stated Prof. royal use and denied to the public. On the other hand if a portion night. disciplinary committee, composed ofa
Gilbert Gidel, professor of inter-|We will open it up, put roads I of the highway fund is diverted it three student and three aculty
national law at the University of through it, build workmen's homes would be sufficient to meet the Prof. Thomas H. Reed, directore ofb r w te an tudents
Paris, in a lecture on "Peace Agen- and make public parks." state deficiency and permit he the bureau of government of th n- presiding, to decide all student
cies Since 1919" here yesterday. The republican authorities con ued operation under the existing political science department, wiil cases, subject to appeal to the Uni-
"M. Briand's first intention wasI tinued today making inventories of budget so no special session would make a short address. A smoker will versity Disciplinary committee.
merely a bilateral treaty between the royal palaces and all their con- Ibe necessary it was said. follow Professor Reed's talk. To Select President.
the United 8tates and France, anj tents. 'These properties are to be Soime members advocate a roadI The rues nor the games will be
agreement to outlaw war between held until a decision is made as to I building holiday, with a direct di- explained to the newcaptain,l who Thepresident of the new adin--
the two countries. The state de- which of them is public property version from present highway re- at the same time, will chase hi,┬░strativ e council will be selected by
partment, however, thought that and which are personal possessions venues. Others favor an increase assistants. Organization of t hse hesenate Committee from candi-
would constitute a treaty of alliance, of the family. of one cent in the gasoline tax, withaIs n ss il co the aes picked by a Nominating Board
and suggested a multilateral treaty. the addend ied hesiaed at $7h sophomore class will complete the within the Committee. The resi-
Then the negotiations became com- the added yield, estimated at $7,- plans for the next few days. ent in turn will appoint his sub-
plicated. 25',V Iayear to I mt td - Members of the freshmen class ordinates with approval of the
"The question as between the two L al un. This would leave present will elect their captain Wednesday ;enate Committee. Promotion will
nations was simple. But when 40 yrvneuditrd evening, Benjamin stated. As soon e made along the lines of a merit
nations sent their interpretations ~ as captains of the two classes are system. Underclassmen will be able
whic wold oven te eten tonamed, they will meet with the Stu- to "try out" and work up in the
which would govern the extent to I IM I I I T iiu t*
which they wouldassumetheobl- dent Council committee in charge l as in other student organ-
gations under the treaty, it became oof the games to agree upon the izations. The work that will be
extremely complicated. All states ? Professor to Render Judgment rcP p mules for the competition. I andled by the council will be the
tainst a some even annoupr- C-The freshmen wili meet previous managing of class elections, fall
did not have the same interpre- on Campaign Funds Before WASHINGTON, April 27.-(IP) Ito each day's activities on the Un- and spring games, pep meetings,
ed that they would not accept Nye's Committee. -Representative Tilson, said to- ion steps and will march to the auditing of class dance accounts,
the several interpretations. Kellogg day he expected to be considered I scene of the battle. The sophomores nd other matters now handled by
stated that the interpretations were WASHINGTON, April 27.--( ) for speaker of the House to suc- will assemble each day at Water- the present Student council.
not parts of the pact, nor were they Prof. James K. Pollock, of the poli- ceed Nicholas Longworth. man gymnasium. The proposal, if approved by the
reservations. But we know that the tical science department at the Uni- T h e Connecticut Republican The program for this year's student body Thursday, will be im-
states subordinated their entrance versigy of Michi 'lla withheld formal announcement games, Benjamin said, has been mediately submitted to the Uni-
to these interpretations. an,p of his candidacy but said: slightly changed. Canoe races, ori- versity Senate for its consideration.
"Since 1925, there has been an fore the Senate campaign funds "Having served in the House ginally planned by the committee. If adopted by the Senate, which
abundant crop of treaties, which committee, in hearings to be held for 20 years I know that its mem- have been dropped from the pro- alone has power to make the
bind the countries of Europe in two May 4 and 5. bers will exercise their fair and gram. A baseball game Friday be- changes in the University organ-
political systems. These treaties Professor Pollock, along with sev- honest judgment with regard to tween Colgate and Michigan which, ization necessary to place the sys-
have not created a feeling of ac- en other t the speakership. Having been it is believed, would conflict with the tem in operation, the plan may be
cord or concord. Peace will only r witnesses, mostly college elected m a j or it y leader four games, was given as the reason fom started before the annual spring
rise from the will to have peace. professors, will be asked nine ques- times, I should naturally expect omitting the races. The tug-o-war all-campus election and be in full
The causes of war are more deep- tions on proposed revision of the that I should be considered." will be held at 3:30 o'clock Friday peration by next year.
seated than any organization can corrupt practices act, chief of which afternoon.
reach," he concluded. ( are: Should the government provide -- Only four points will be awarded
all or part of cam nfundsfFredin Friday's competition, two points
Judge Sample's Busy candidates or poliia organiza- Fred Burke Sentenced each for the two selected 50-man B
orLie mpisrmnttg-niarzadtw-frthe class
Day Has Eleven Cases tions backing nominees for federal to Life Imprisonment tug. Saturday's events, to be he R
office, and Should the government at South Ferry field, will includeEI
Monday was a busy day for Cir- issue an election bulletin in which ST. JOSEPH, A p r i 1 27.-(IP)-- cane sprees, obstacle race, pillow
cuit Judge George W. Sample. candidates or political organizations Fred Burke today was sentencedc fights, and hog-tying contest. The
Eleven persons, including four may be accorded equal space to to life imprisonment at hard labor first three events will count two More Than 1,000 Are Expected
arrested by the sheriff's department I prevent their claims for support." +in the Michigan branch prison at points each, and the hog-tying at Three-Day Meeting
over the week-end for violation of ! The others in the list of witnesses Marquette for the slaying of Patrol- contest three points. oc -
the dry laws, were arraigned in made public by Chairman Nye to- man Charles Skelly in December, of Association.
court yesterday morning. Only one day are: 1929. He is expected to be taken to SHERWOOD EDD Y
was given a prison sentence. Professors Charles E. Merriam, prison Tuesday. H. Wirt Newkirk, newly elected
----IUniversity of Chicago; Charles A. Sentence was passed by Circuit WILL TALK HERE mayor of Ann Arbor, will open the
Beard, formerly of Columbia; Earl Judge Charles E. White. The of- _state convention of the Michigan
NOTICE R. Sikes, Dartmouth; Louise Over- fense on which Burke was sentenc- ..D Retail Grocers and Meat Dealers
The Board in Control of Stu- acker, Wellesley; William Draper ed was second degree murder. Judge Will Discuss Workable Reigon association at 1:30 o'clock tomor-
dent Publications will hold its Lewis, American Law institute, and White said there was evidence that for College Students. row afternoon in the Union.
meeting for the appointment of 4Albert S. Bard, vice president of the Burke had been intoxicated the j-More than 1,000 members are ex-
the managing editor and busi- I Honest Ballot association of New night he shot the patrolman and Dr. Sherwood Eddy, author, lec- pected to attend the three-day
ness manager of The Michigan York; Thomas J. Walker, Pennsyl- was not in full possession of his turer, sociologist, and authority on meeting which closes Friday night
Daily, the Michiganensian, and vania Election association, and faculties. ( international affairs, will speak at when the convention will sit in a
the Gargoyle on May 16, 1931. Perry Belmont, financier of New Burke was taken back to the 8 o'clock Sunday night inHill audi- body to hear the Michigan High
Each applicant for a position York and Washington. county jail immediately after sen--torium. School League debating champion-
is requested to file seven copies Professor Pollock is a specialist in tetnce was passed. William Kearns, '32, chairman of ships.
of his letter of application at the costs of governments. Recently he the religious committee of the Stu- Wednesday's program will be
not later than May 9 for the usg spent a year abroad studying costs Hyde Slated for Role dent Christian association, an- short. Reports of officers and com-
boar o hen y the us of elections in Germany and Eng- nounced last night that Dr. Eddy's mittees of the association will wind
of the members of the board. land. i G. arm Pcans subject would deal with "A Work- up the day's business.
Carbon copies, if legible, will be (_able Religion for Modern College Thursday morning's meeting will
satisfactory. Each letter should. IC ..- e n0 .-- eC . WASHINGTON. Aril 27.-UP)- IStudents."' h ened t nutsidr T wn ntinn

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