EDITED AND MANAGED BY THES STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
VOL. XLI, NO 2 TWELVE PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1930 TWO SECTIONS
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MEET IN ANNUAL19
Mathematics, Rhetoric, English
Psychology Tests Greet
Class of 1934. c::.
350 ADVISERS ATTEND
in. Early Etmae
Unofficial Figures Point to Marked Slump
in Number Enrolled iA University
for Current Semester.
kith the ienr< ucm t in all schools and colleges f thlie University
show img a total o*f 8751_ a fi ure tof 648 less t 111t11 h ti
the Students Publications Club
Additi Insusubscription offer will be contin-
ued until 5 o'clock Wednesday af-
Departments Commence ternoon due to the large demand
Teaching Duties. for the club rates.
I-This club subscription offer in-
M'KENZIE TO GET POSTjeludes a year's subscription to The
._P__T Daily, Michigan's student newspa-
per which carries complete news
Besekirsky, Hackett, Brinkman, of the campus in addition to spe-
Littlefield, Doty Added cial features, editorials, and offi-
. ..Music Staff. cial University announcements. All
_s____ news of national and internation-
With the begining of the 1930-31 al interest is obtained through spe-
cial arrangement with the Assoc-
school year yesterday a large num- iated Press.
ber of new members of the faculty In addition, this offer includes a
assumed their duities in connec- year's subscription to the Gargoyle,
tion with the teaching staff of the Michigan's monthly humor maga-
University. Several of them are zine and one dollar's credit towards
men especially well-known in their the purchase of a Michiganensian,
various fields of work. year-book of the University.
In the English department, Prof. I -
Howard Mumford Jones, noted as
an author, poet, critic, and teacheri
has been added to the staff. From- INS
erly of NorthbCarolina, his special
interest- has been in the study of STRICT, SAS5E
.the French influence in early Amer-:
Prof. Vernor W. Crane has been
appointed professor of American Rigid Enforcement of Previous
historyH comes toMichigan after Regulations Will Continue
10 years on the faculty of Browne Effective This Year.
university where he was especially EevT Ya
known for his work in the history
of the period of the American revo- TO LIST STORED CARS
lution. He studied at Michigan3
under the late Prof. Claude H. Van j Registration of all cars stored by
Tyne and will direct the courses students during their residence in
which were formerly taught by Ann Arbor and an unyielding en-
Professor Van Tyne. - forcement of the auto ban were
McKenzie to Teach. I announced by Walter B. Rea, as-
As head of the department of sistant. to the dean of students,
sociology, a position left vacant by this morning with the opening of
the death of Prof. Charles H. Cooley the 1930-31 enforcement period.
l st year P Eof d Robert D. McKenzie Rea stated that regulations gov-
will come to Michigan at the be- erning the auto ban would remain
ginning of the second semester. He the same this year as they have
has been associated with the Uni- in previous terms.
versity of Washington and, at the For students entering the Uni-
present time, is carrying on child versity for the first time, Rea sug-
welfare work in Chicago. gested that the rule be read care-
Prof. John E. Tracy, formerly of fully as published in numerous
.Chicago and one of the leading freshman publications at the be-
corporation experts in the country, ginning of the present school year.
has joined the faculty of the Law Briefly the rule stated that no
school. He will give a course of lec- ; student may operate a motor e-
tures in "Corporation Practice." hile during the official school
To Head Observatory. year with the exception of defin-
Prof. Heber D. Curtis, a member itely stated times preceding and
of the faculty of the University of following vacation periods when
Pittsburgh since 1920 and of the the ban is temporarily lifted. This
staff of the Allegheny observatory rule passed by the Board of Re- .
and of the Lick observatory, will be gents in 1927, has never been ser-
professor of astronomy and director iously modified though between
of the University observatory. 250 and 500 permits are issued
. Wassily Besekirlsy, professor of every year to students finding au-
violin and noted violinist, and l'tos necessary for business purposes
Arthur Hackett, profesor of voice, I only. Ann Arbor students are also
have joined the staff of the Music g i v e n family privileges through
School faculty as heads of their University permits, although per-
respective deartments. Other new sonal and social use of cars by
members of the faculty include Michigan students is strictly for-
Laura Littlefield, assistant professor bidden in any case.
of voice, Joseph Brinkman, instruc- Violation of the auto ban is pun-
tor in piano, and William Doty, ishable by expulsion from the Uni-
instructor in organ. versity or probation for a long
Botany Faculty Increased. period according to the offense
New members of the Botany de- and the circumstances governing
partment- faculty are Prof. Edwin it, Dean Rea explained.
B. Mains, professor of botany and Professional students or students
acting director of the University living in Ann Arbor with their
herbarium, who comes from Purdue wives who find it necessary for
and Prof. William R. Taylor who business purposes to drive cars are
comes here from the University of given permits under the more lib-
Pennsylvania as professor of bot- eral interpretation of the auto ban,
any and curator of algae for the ruling, Rea pointed out.
University herbarium. Cars stored in Ann Arbor/by stu-
In addition to Professor Crane's dents from points long distant
appointment to the faculty of the from the University must be reg-
history department is the appoint- istered with license number and lo-
ment of Dwight DuMonde as assist-ication of garage in the office of
ant professor of American history. I the assistant to the dean.
His special interest is southern and!
recent American history. He re- LOO TING ATTENDS
ceived his Ph.D. from Michigan.W
William Landeen and Mr. Kempers WEEK-END GAMES
will be instructors in history.
In the romance languages de-I Police records yesterday were
part, Dr. Camillo R. Merlino comes filled with the customary flood of
to Michigan from Bryn Mawr as
associate professor of Italian while petty robbery reports which always
Emilio J. Calvacca will be an accompany a football week-end in
instructor in Italian.. Jacques J.
Engerrnad comes from the Uni- Ann Arbor.
versity of Texas as instructor in Four automobiles were reported
French and James C. O'Neill, a stolen Saturday and one home wasI
graduate of Michigan will be an o by burglars, according to
instructor in French. Charles N. local police reports. Cars owned by
Stauback and Raymond Richards
will be instructors in Spanish. Harry Sayre, Detroit; Ben C. Boldt,
In the economics department,IRichmond; Isabella Webster, De-;
Prof. J. B. Condliffe will take the I troit; and Mrs. B. Wright, Wayne,
place of Prof. C. F. Remer who is were broken into Saturday while
Check-Up, Nearly Done, Shows
Gain of 100 Ballots for
NET OF 2,400 CLAIMED
Further Re-Checking of Several
N H d Pr i
Orientation Period Featured by
Address of Laurence Gould,
riunarea vrecnctsm tartetd
to End Dispute.
Assistant to Byrd.
i 1 ), 1 . . , ~ 1 4
S(13v Associated rss) Freshmen donned their pots yes WC L
LANSING, Sept. 29.-One recount dlast year, ofcials in the office of Ira M. Smith, registrar of the Lni-
terday for the first time with the
of the votes cast in the Republican . o tversity, predict that the cnrrollment for the fall trm% will remain
gubernatorial primary was practi- psh g fo f the tmo lower than the fall of 1929. l'r(im the grand total, 128 students are
cally completed today Another -egsschoon to fjolltecwiegg. ionhe otaf6t2hee mn wil
which will cover several hundred successful Orientation week pro- 2 stred in two eparatecoeges. Of the total 0282 are men while
' precnctsimmeditee 1grams in the history of Michigan.1s'
precincts, immediately got under gram.sPDirepA.rurs in tehf chiof.gWaldo M. Abbot. Although figures issned byi the registrar are not official, they are,
way. The latter already is closed to Prof. Philip A. Burley, in charge University broadcast- however, considered as accurate as ca be compiled at the present
( controversy. of the entire week's program, stat- ing, who has announced the com- time. It is expected that a num-
Further court action was indicat- ed that in order to carry out the pletion of plans for the programs her of students vill enroll during
year's initial effort on incoming to be presented this year over sta- LAW FINDS SILENCER; the week and sone throughout
i leWR eri. griged several times by counsel for Alex students a corps of more than 350 y inWRDtot.M FLSaT W E the iot ,nhowevnerte numberu
J. Groesbeck. They said a ruling by advisers, both from the faculty and tn J Dr. MUFFLES ITS OWNER the __nh, however, teumer
the Supreme court Saturday estab-student body, were necessary. !ssrs>'registering late is expected to be
lished their rights and hinted they A total of approximately 2,100 Tn niMARQUETTE, Mich., Sept. 29. sh sy .
y entering the University for the first -The state police were just a j!The College of Literature, Scienco
may agi ot or fte emtime were put through their pacesI IIIU lU U little too fast for Marcus Roberts and the Arts showed a marked fall-
it necessary. dby the advising staff which aver-Eh today. Weeks ago, Roberts or-
the official tabulation for the ori- Of this ,number 1350 were fresh- Crope. It arrived today at his time last year, to 4030, a lss of
ginal recount, with only scattering men entering Michigan without home in Northland. But just at 554. In the college 2602 of the num-
p n m g h G sadvanced credit, 750 were trans- adio University to Commence the same time, the state police ber enrolled are men while 1428 are
precincts missing. showed Groes- fers from other colleges and uni- Programs, Michigan Night arrived also, and after unpack- women.
beck ing the silencer for Roberts, r-
hior less. Michigan after absences of sever-I Will Be Continued. rested him for having it in his Engineers Lose 15.
Barnard Protests. al years. possession. The Colleges of Engineering and
Three auditors were moved into Special Staffs Assist HOBBS, KIPKE TO SPEAK Architecture show a slight decrease.
the recount chamber by Groesbeck's Along with the crew of 350 ad- j with the present enrollment of
forces, and they claimed the former visers, a staff of 40 members at1University of Michigan radio pro- 1635, or 15 students less than last
governor's net is around 2,400. The grams which are broadcast through
wide divergence of figures brought mdialsunst Wantheprmanth yeatiso saio JRD-r.e m1 eifcal school hts de-
Everett M. Barnard, attorney for gymnasiumhassited in the process-tain ise omb3t545 a n
.Groesbeck to protest to the State ing of entering freshmen and up- troit will be divided into three i huITI Eumrl d
Board of Canvassers that "the re- perclassmen. Several members of Igroups for the current University U I Rpd fromh 56 to0 h 4
count is in such a muddle no one the Intramural staff were engaged , to Prof. Waldo Ab- enrolled.
knows where either Groesbeck or throughout the week on tours of year, according t rf ad b nold
Wilbur M. Brucker stand." He de- the building. bot, director of radio broadcasting. Fourteen Speakers Scheduled 7 The Pharmacy college which has
ihanded a complete second count of I The week's program-was carried Every Sunday afternoon from 5 for Appearances During increase o rwo enshows he
all precincts, and a completely new on in exactly the scheduled man- to 5:30 o'clock the Parents' Pro- Lecture Season number enroled sat ths tmover lth
system of tabulation. The State nr.Every, event on the program gram will be put on the air ad- rfall The School of Dentistr east
tbat only such precincts as were of the time scheduled. i dressed primarily to the Parent- LEVI-BRUHL WILL TALK ever, dropped from 324 students to
ordered recounted by the State Su- Covered Shortened Period ITeachers associations of Michigan. 278, or 46 less than last year. The
preme Court will be checked a sec- Between 1,900 and 2,000 students The popular University program Prominent speakers and scholars total nbeerolledin2the Gra
prmIor WL ecece (e- ewe uate school is 820 with 23 of that
ond time. 1were given medical examination I which is being broadcast for the from many countries will appear number being women. In the School
SCOUN ILiTnMEEtme rat peren.ftag swersixth year will be heard from 7:30 here during the coming season on of Education the students number
COUNCIL TO MEET umbern, all of whom were sub-I to 8:30 o'clock. The Michigan Uni- the lecture series sponsored by the I 360 with 246 of the number being
'WEDNESDAY NIGH T 1 ected to'rigid physical tests. Men- versity of the Air programs will be University announced yesterday. Busiess Ad mnisrto Thas ano en-
tal examinations were given to all of half-hour duration, starting at sOutstanding among t h o s e al- rolment of 109.
Election of Two Juniors to Fill entering freshmen in psychology, 2 o'clock every Monday, Tuesday, ready engaged is Hjalmar Schacht, Rumors Found Groundless
Vacancies Will be Held. mathematics, rhetoric nd Eng sydh Forty-one men are registered in
Features of the week aside from I'Wednesday, and Thursday. I'fotherSchooldoftForestryRandhConn
the usual mass sing, lectures, pre-(The Parent programs while ad- in Germany.. Another lecturer of School of Forestry and Con-
Eh of two juniors to fill the professional conferences, and wel- dressed primarily to the Parent-I note who will address Univers servation, and the music school has
!notehwhowildeatdCssunnivesity a total enrollment of 186 of which
vacancies in the Student Council, coming addresses included a talk Teacher Associations are planned audiences is Prof. Levi-Bruhl, of 55 are men and 131 women.
is expected to feature the first by Dr. Laurence M. Gould, famous' to be of universal interest 'to those the University of Paris. Professor Numerous false reports have been
meeting of the student governing geologist with the recent Byrd ex-I Levi-Bruhl is an eminent sociolo- cruaigcnenn h nol
dyintoorrow night. Appoint-ped twt h eettadu interested in parenta education, Lv-rh sa mnn oilo circulating concerning the enroll-
ment o committee chairmen and pedition, and the fact that buted intered in prentar A uon. h gist and was invited here by the ment in the freshman class, accord-
enet of ommtte chimen ofthfour and a half days were used inr according to Professor Abbot. Thesesoiology department of the Uni- ing to officials in the office of the
selection of the officers of the comparison to the six of previous programs will contain one talk ap- versity. registrar. These reports which state
council will also be in order at the years. proximately 12 minutes in dura- Others in the series include Prof. that'the number of freshman wom-
meeting. I tion, and the balance of the per- Weinberg of the Institute Pasteur; en in the University exceeds the
The vacancies caused by the MendelssohnT e iod will be devoted to music. The Prof. Edward Kramers of the Uni- number of men is false as is shown
scholastic ineligibility of John D. soloist for the opening programs versity of Wisconsin, minerologist; by figures on freshman registra-
Hubley '32, and by the absence of 1 Will Present Dancer will be Frank Ryan. of Ann Arbor, Prof. Gilson, a French philosopher; tion. These figures are not as yet
Thomas G. Roach '32, from the graduate student of the University Gerhardt von Chulze Gavernitz, complete, however, it is understood
University this year, will be filled" Carola G o y a, Spanish dancer, School of Music. Fribourg, G e r m a n y, economist; that the number is less than the
through choice by the council as 'will present the local season's first Te openin chigan nigh pro-~ Prof. Franz Knopf and S. P. L. figure of last year.
a whole. Because of the amend- dancing recital at the Lydia Men- gram on ter wi presen Sorenson, physiological chemists;
ient to the constitution last year delssohn theatre, according to an only two speakers: Harry Kpke' W. E. Hiley, who will speak on for- REGENTS CONVENE
providing that the membership be announcement made yesterdayby (Continued on Page 2. estry.
increased to 15 members with the Amy Loomis, director. She will ap- Prof. Vladimir Ipartieff, who has IN FIRST MEETING
election of two additional juniors? pear at 8:30 o'clock, Saturday, Oc- BOOKLET REVIEWS been invited by Prof. Moses Gom-
The council this year will be larger tober 4. COMING LECTURES berg; the well known naturalist Separation of Aeronautics from
than in the past. "Carola Ooya," stated M i s sand Australian official Melbourne Marine pa eMade
It is expected that the council'Loomis, "was an outstanding suc- ' k1 Ward, Henry A. Pilsby, curator of e epartmentM
will also discuss and decide on the cess in New York last season, where1 Byrd's Talk to Open Oratorical I mollusks at the Philadelphia Aca- Action of -
dates for the parties of the four she gave 18 recitals. She is famous Association Series. I demy of Natural Sciences, and regular meeting held last Friday
classes. Since both the Sophomore because her dances are authentic. Martin Springling of the Semitics will make the division of aeronauti-
Prom and the Frosh Frolic have She lived last year in the moun-; Henry Moser of the speeck de- department at the University of I cal engineering, which, since it was
lost money the past few years, the tains in Spain, getting real Span- I partment, business manager of the Chicago. Two of the lecturers are founded in 1916, has been under
idea of uniting the two will be ish folk dances, which will be on Oratorical association, announced well known on this campus, Dr. the jurisdiction of the department
considered. the program Saturday night." yesterday the publication of a Sylvanius G. Morley official of the of marine engineering, an inde-
booklet containing n, review of the (Continued on Page 2.) pendent department Ralph H. Up-
speakers who will appear on the son of Detroit, an authority on
FRESHMEN MEET HAZY RECEPTION program of the Association's ser- CHORAL SOCIETY aeronautics, was appointed to serve
iOPENING OF COLLEGE CAREERS sst i Rr-AdmPLANS TR YOUTS as lecturer on lighter-than-air
Ricar nEBr ois lalcraft. Herbert C. Sadler, dean of the
Richard E. Byrd, who will talk on Pengineering school, was empowered
Pots, hesitantly worn adjacent to An unwonted chivalry was ap- "Flying to the South Pole" on No- Prof. Earl V. Moore, of the mus-jto appoint a head for the new de-
outstanding left, ears, unaccount- parent among the first year men. I vember 10 in Hill auditorium. ic school, announced dates for partment.
ably aroused the wrath of certain Many were seen to conduct wo- Third on the program wi be Choral Union tryouts yesterday. I Announcement was made at the
deep thinkers among the second William Hard, noted Washington Tryouts will be as o repor in meeting of a gift of $5,000 from H.
deep thinkerss amonginI metigthea isecond,00 romkI
year men yesterday. Freshmen, Imen across the streets through newspaper man, who will talk on room 107 of the music school from B. Eberhardt of Ann Arbor which
sometimes belligerent but more of- heavy traffic, while others oblig- "What cMakes Politicians t h a t 5 to 6 o'clock on Tuesday after- will permit Prof. Leroy Waterman
ten merely backward, were led to ingly carried books and packages Way?" He will appear on Decen- noon, 3 to 4 on Wednesday, 4 to 5 of the Semitics department to shift
a slaughter that surpassed that of I for woman Vtudents. ber 4. on Thursday, and 5 to 6 on Fri- his excavating operations from Iraq
last year in size if not in ferocity. There was a considerable uni- Carveth Wells, explorer a n d day. to Palestine and continue his arche-
The blue and the gray, other- formity about the mode of attire writer, will give a lecture entitled Membership in the Choral Union, ological research during the tropi-