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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1931

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SICER MAN GET
LIATO BOARlD,
B OFFICERS NAMED
s to Be Benjamin, Frank,!
illiamson Wins Place
Association.

MICHJGAMUA ON
WARPATH; SEEKS
NEW PALEFACES

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>f Student Publications,
an association, and the
eld yesterday, were an-
resident of the Student

When from out the paleface
wigwam
From behind the staring moon-
face
- Come the slow and solemn five
booms
Telling that the evening spirit
Wanders over woods and
meadows,
Lights the campfires of the
heavens,
Then the Michigamua warriors'
In their feathers and their
warpaint
Soon will gather 'round the oak
tree
'Round the oak three called the
Tappan
There to greet the trembling
palef ace.
Many in number wait the bidding'
Of the loud rejoicing redskins
For before they take the long
trail
To the home of Michigamua
Many trials and many tortures
First must prove their strength
and courage
'Ere the red man bids them
welcome,
'Ere he calls each paleface
"Indian,"
'Ere the peace-pipe smoke goes
skyward.

PEACE C MMISSI
IN~~M ECNMCCII
Members of Pan-European Body
Entrust Formulation of
Plan to Committee.
COURT TO GIVE OPINION
Teutonic Customs Plan Called
Most Disturbing Problem
Ever Before League.

Labor Chief Scores
Bank Credit Polic9

ainpus poll
. Bell, '3 r,

e P. Gates, '3, and Paul F. Icerman, '2,
representatives on the Board in Control
indel,-
mber
f, re- Triangle Initiates
was Ten New Members,
siness ._
half Ten sophomores were initiated
rman,
rgoyle yesterday into Triangles, hon-
orary junior engineering society.
s was They are: Richard Becker, '33E,
votes, Richard N. Cogger, "33E, Frank
votes, B. Gilbreth, '33E, John A. Goetz,
omas I '33E, Chester F. Ogden, '33E,
as S. Ward K. Parr, '33E, Paul K.
uglas Rauff, '33E, Robert S. Rice, Jr.,
'33E,1 Harold G. Seamans, '33E,
and Bruce S. Shannon, 133E.

U NES
ASURE

34TCOMPROMISE ON UNIVRSII

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FOR SPANISH'- CITY
Madrid Revels in Freedom for
First Time Since Fear
of Plots Began.
MADRID, May 19.--(A)--Spain's
capital revelled in freedom from
martial law today for the first time
since the beginning of the incen-
diarist riots against Catholic prop-
erty and the provinces looked for-
ward to the same privilege by the
end of the week.
After a lengthy meeting, Pro-
visional President Alcala amora's
cabinet restored ciyil rule Monday .
night with the statement that Ma-
drid again was tranquil and indi-
cated that the same procedure
would be followed throughout the
nation in a few days if the cities
continued calm.

GENEVA, May 19. --(P)- Having
poured their proposals for European
economic reconstruction into a
common pool, the members of the
Pan-European commission tonight
entrusted to a sub-committee the
formidable task of drafting a plan
to bring relief from the prevailing
economic depression. This sub-
committee was instructed to report
tomorrow, if possible, in order to
'permitimmediate concerted inter-.
national action..
The league council, sitting this
morning, formally asked the world
court to give an advisory opinion
upon the legality of the proposed
Austro-Germ n customs union. Al-
though this dsposed of the juridi-
cal aspect of this critical questionf
for the time being, its political side
still remains a possible occasion fors
vexing controversy.'
France, Germany Still Clash.
The conflict over the Teutonic'
customs scheme is now recognized
as the most disturbing dispute
which has risen among the great
powers since the League of Nations
was founded. Four days of private
and public conferences still leave
F r a n c e and Germany arrayed
against each other. The good rela-
tions of these two countries con-
stitute the most important factor
in the firm establishment of Euro-
pean peace. lIt was with this in
mind that statesmen at this after-
noon's conference called upon each'
other to combine in a commonE
movement for econoic relief.

William Green
HOUSTON, Texas, May 19.'-(/P)-
President William Green of the
American Federation of Labor hit
.reports which have reached the fed-
eration-s headquarters that some
bankers have refused to extend
credit to manufacturers unless they
reduce wages.
ADEIPHI GETS VOTEN
INATHEN- DEBATE
Popular Decision Favors Sharing
of Dating Expenses by
Men, Women.

the publication.
William Balbach, '32A, was ap-
pointed art editor for the 1932
edition. He was one of the junior
art editors during the past year.
Agnes Graham, '32, former wo-
men's athletic editor, was chosen
women's editor. She'' appointed
Adele Ewing, '33, as activities
editor, ileen Clark, '33, to ath-
letics ed torship, Margaret Keal,
'33, as features editor and Carol
Savery, '33, as sorority editor.

Appropriation of $4,900,000 Belie
If Settlement Is Effected; I
Body to Meet Again To<
LANSING, May 19.-(AP)-There was talk ti
mise on the University of Michigan and Michiga
tax issue after Governor Brucker had asked the
once-deefated Calaghan bills.
The senate finance committee held a meetin,
the governor's request for favorable action on 1
would reduce the University's income from the :
rpately $4,662
$,,ooo,ooo that
Balbach, Graham Get by the full mi
Ensian Appointments tee also will
further discuss
Further appointments to the Those who
Michiganensian editorial staff with the situati
were announced yesterday by that if a compr
William Knox, '32, the newly- University app
appointed manainff editor o would be limite

LANSING,
ministration
measures pr
mill tax ap
versity of M
state college
before the s
tee today.
drifting tow
Brucker cont
propriations
Asks:
In a long
committee V
cutive warn
fund of the

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t Finds California
t Communism
stitutional.

SENIORS TO 'S

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remains a constitu

TI'e question: Resolved that the
men and women should share
equally in dating expenses at the
University of Michigan, was decid-
ed by popular vote in favor of the
affirmative in the debate between
Athena and Adelphi, local forensic

allots cast
e held for
e Unionto
lleges. Al-

For the reason, -among others,
the supreme court found defective
the California red flag law under
which Yetta Stromberg, a native
American of Russian parentage,
was- convicted. The decision Mon-
ay sent the case back to the state
court.
The woman was prosecuted be-
cause children at a camp to which
,he was attached were assembled
each morning to salute the Russian
Soviet flag and promise allegiance
to it. State officers testified they
found considerable anarchistic pro-
paganda when they searched the

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1931

The California yaw prohibits the
6 dispay of a red flag or any other
s device in a public place as a sign
of "opposition to organized govern-'
ment or as an invitation or stimu-
e lus to anarchistic action or as an
aid to propaganda that is of a sedi-
s tiousj character."
Chief Justice - Hu/ghes' opinion
, said'"'the maintenance of an oppor-
I tunity for free political discussion
e to the end that government may be
responsible to the will of the peo-
ple and that changes may be ob-
tained by lawful means, an oppor-
tunity essential to the security of
the republic, is a fundamental prin-
ciple of our constitutional system.
Whitney DixonNamed
Head of Comedy Club
Whitney Dixon, '32, was yester-
day elected president of Comedy
club for the coming year. Other
officers elected were Mildred Todd,
1 '32, vice president; Robert McDon-
, ald, '32, treasurer; and Josephine
Timberlake, '32, secretary.
Richard Humphreys, '31, presi-
dent of the club, has announced
that the annual picnic will be held
at 3 o'clock, Saturday, May 30.

Dispatches from Malaga and
other centers of recent outbreaks
showed that 'the trials of those re-
sponsible were being pushed, looted
church property was being restored
and priests, nuns and monks grad-
ually were returning to the folds of
their convents.
President Alcala and Papal Nun-
cio Federico Tedeschini held a sec-
ond conference Monday over what
was believed to be Pope Pius' pro-
test against anti-religious depreda-
tions, but no announcement was
forthcoming'
'Ensian Distribution
Will Continue Today
Distribution of the 1931 Michi-
ganensian will be continued today,
Harry Benjamin, '32, newly ap-
pointed business manager of the
publication announced. They are
being given out at the building one
door north of the Press building.
More than 400 students called for
their annuals yesterday, it was also
said. The stubs, which were given as
receipts upon the payment of the
subscription price, are needed to
obtain the books. If~ lost, duplicates
may be obtained at the 'Ensian
office in the Press biilding.
Sleeps as Burglars
Take Kitchen Stove
BRONSON, May 19.-()P)-Noth-
ing much disturbs Lyle Bower. Burg-
lars entered his home, removing
electric and plumbing fixtures and
the cook stove, and departed, while'
Bower slept on, undisturbed.

The sub-committee which is seek-
ing to outline an acceptable joint
plan is headed by Joseph Motta of
Switzerland and is made up of rep-
resentatives of GreatyB r i t a i n,
France, Germany, Italy, .Austria,
Hungary, Belgium, Poland, Czecho-
slovakia, Jugoslavia, Greece, Ru-
mania, Spain, Sweden, Russia and
Turkey.
ENTUOBSGENERAL
Avalanche Traps Marine Corps
Officer in France; Little
Chance for Escape.
TOURS, France, May 19.-()~~
Buried alive in a cave in which
men of the Stone Age once lived,
Brigadier General Robert H. Dun-
lap, of the United States marine
corps, was the object tonight of
frenzied rescue efforts although
hope that he had escaped death
virtually had been abandoned.
An avalanche from a hilltop,-over-
'looking the Loire river engulfed
him today with two farmer folk,
6nan and wife, with whom he had
been friendly.
The marineofficer was caught
with Denis Briant, the farmer,
while both sought to save Briant's
wife who was trapped first by the
fall of earth and rock.
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Band, Glee Club Will Play
Graduating Class Meets
for Last Time.-

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ocieties, eiclast.night. - [The traditional Senior Sing, last
Speakers for Athena, the nega- appearance of the graduating class
tive side, were Marie Wellstead. '31,
Florence Hiscock, '32, and Nelda1 as one body until Commencement,
Scherer, '31. Those representing will be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight}
affirmative Adelphi w e r e Gayle in front of the bandstand on the
Richardson, 32, Nathan Scott, '33, campus. The Varsity band and the
and Robert Sawyer, '33E. Men's Glee club will lead,the group1
Among the points brought out in Gthe more popular Michigan
by the affirmative were those that
the proposed system would iricrease songs.
the frankness between -men and Featured in the event will be
women and hence a great cultural several numbers by the Midnite
stimulus would be obtained. It was Sons quartet, and special songs by
argued by the affirmative that the bnth te,andgpecluSi -
change would produce more dates both the band and glee cl.b. Sid-
and hence more money would be ney Straight, Spec., will be in
put into circulation and this would charge of the affair.
ultimately end the business depres- Last year more than 2,000- stu,
,sion.
sion hdents and several hundred towns-
On the other side it was present.. people .witnessed the ceremony in
ed that the system would be im- addition to the seniors taking part.
practical in that it could not' be This year, a still larger crowd is
enforced, that instead of causing expected, L a w r e n c e Goodspeed,
frankness between thn sexed it '32, Bus. Ad., chairman of the Sen-
'would cause embarrassment when ior Sing committee, announced.
a person asked for a date. Following the Senior Sing in
which it will take part tonight, the
Stella Lee Brunt, 26, Men's Glee club will make its an-
Adopted by ntSual-serenade of the sororities and
Sttsm ndormitories. Following the usual
StellaLeeBrunt,'26,after custom the dormitories will be vis-
eral years of srice to ChaseS- ited first and the sororities after-
Osbra ersm ergoverno to Mich iwards.sMosher-Jordan will be visit-
gan,. as secretary and literary as- edfrt
sistant has been formally adopted Mimeographed song sheets con
by him, it was learned yesterday. staining all the principal songs will
Miss Brunt, who was engaged in be distributed. In case of rain the
graduate work here until last April, M sing will be held at the same hour
is the daughter of Mrs. Nelson Long, in Hill Auditorium.
of Hamilton, Ont. Her mother has The program is as follows:
approved of Osborn's action. Varsity Band ....Overture to Ober-,
on....°............ ..Weber
The Weather M Men March...........Falcone
Symphonic March ....... Fasoli
Cloudy preceded by rain Wed- Varsity Glee Club ......The Sword
nesday cooler in the southeast and of Ferra............Ferra
1outh central portions; Thursday The Musical Trust.........Wandle
generally fair. Me and My Little Banjo -. Balfe
UNITED STATES MOTOR TRANSPORT
USES CAMPUS AS CAMPING GROUND

Ra l iency of
as me som
1,000.

The governor asks
tee to reconsider an
the floor the Calla
ting the mill tax
He favored limiting
institutions to the f
mended in his budj
proximately $4,662,0
versity and $1,554,0(
State. If the instit
knitted to receive t
of the mill tax the
get more than $5,0
Once Passed 1
The executive's j
Corhmittee created
tion. The house p
laghan bills, propol
drastic cuts than t
by the governor.
When the measui
senate they once w
the floor carrying
favored by the gove
they came to a flo
official agreement
among senate meml
University and Mic
full amount of thei
A meeting of th(
mittee was to be he
ator Arthur E. W
said he could offer
to what the comnm
with the governor'
( Continued-or
Tini i rn

yed Press
a y 19,1

Tuesday recov-
Lawrence Staeb-
rother, Grenfall
ned in Morrison
vith their father
r, 40, of Lansing
t overturned.
cty council Tues-
:e street railway
gin negotiation,
property of th
;o. and asked for
days. /'

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HYGIENE, PUBLIC HEALTH COURSES
TO BE GIVEN IN SUMMER SESSION

tcr Royal S. CIpe-
and Mrs. Cope-
Tuesday to be at
onator Copeland's
Copeland, who
is stroke Monday.
ner State Senator
f Grand Rapids

Weekly Health Institutes Offered
for Those Unable to Attend
Scheduled Classes.
Courses in hygiene and public
health will be given by the divi-
sion of hygiene and public health
as part of the Summer Session, it
k~cno nr ii~s~izr ..rrlctrr .. b 1. ..

for admission to the session. Cours-
es will be given over a period of six
weeks, with registration beginning
June 26. Sessions will start June
29.
Week-end public health institu-
tes, .scheduled for each Friday and
Saturday over the six-week period,
will be offered by the University
to those who are unable to attend

Robert M. Allan Charged With
Embezzelment of $200,000
From State Bank.
DETROIT, May 19.-(R)-Robert
M. Allan, former president of Amer-
ican State bank, was charged with
embezzlement, abstraction and mis-
application of $200,000 of t h e
bank's funds in a warrant issued
today.
The warrant was signed by Re-
corders Judge John V. Brennan

DETROIT, May
icate fingers of
brought about t
of one man in w-
ed as a fraud of
bilities against I
counterfeit Gene:
certificates.
The accused ma
ney, arrested as li
to nego'tiate a leaf
tificates as collat
investigators to h
faeion in which

Beds, Kitchen, Hospital, Light
Base, G'asoline Make
Fleet Independent.
The U. S. A. m o t o r transport
training school carrying 106 men

from Camp Holabride, at Baltimore,
Maryland.
From Ann Arbor it will head west
to complete a month's tour.
The transport school brings with
it its own sleeping quarters, field
kiteh.n hnsnifi , PIPiPin i i , h-.

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