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VOL. XLI. No. 23

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1930 PRICE FIVE CENTS

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TO ATTEND PRESS
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Lee A. White, Detroit Editor,
Will Deliver Opening
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GEORGE WASHINGTON FOOTBALL
COACH FIRES MERCENARY STARS

ANNOUNCE SPEAKERS
State Editors and Publishers
to Open Conference
Here Nov. 14.
Variety of program will mark the
three-day session of the University
Press Club of Michigan at the Un-
ion, beginning Thursday, Nov. 13,
and ending with attendance at the
Michigan-Minnesota football game
Saturday, Nov. 15, it was .reported
yesterday by the committee in
charge of the arrangements.
Thursday's program will open
With an address by Lee A. White, of
the-Detroit News, and presidenttof
the club. The general topic of the
session will be "The Editor and His
Community." George R. Dale, mayor
of Muncie, Ind., and an editor and
publisher, will speak on "Press, Pol-
itics and Prisons," a recital of his
stormy experiences in fighting a
corrupt judiciary and police de-
partment in the urban midlands of
this country -° .'
Watson to Talk.
Elmo Scott Watson, editor of the
"Publishers Auxiliary," Chicago,
will discuss "The Return to
Personal Journalism." The Rev.
Augustus P. Reccord, pastor- of the
First tnitarian church, Detroit, will
S 4tye he relatinhip o the-press
to democracy. George B. polliver,
editor Qi the ~alggreek Moon-
Journal ande president cf te Na-
tional" Editorial association, wil
take as his subjeot "Editorial Re-
sponsibility to the Community."
The President's Dinner in the
evening will introduce President
Alexander Grant Ruthven to the
press of the state. The Rev. Fred-
erick Bohn Fisher, D.D., until re-
cently bishop of the Methodist-
Episcopal church, India, will speak
on, "The Pulpit and the Press, a
Prophecy." Dr. Walter Mosaur, Aus-
tria, will present an illustrated lec-
ture, "A Trip Through the Sahara."
The program will include music
and a student skit.
The general topic for Friday
morning will be "Problems Con-
fronting Newspaper Editors." Prof.
Arthur S. Aiton of the University of
Michigan will discuss "Some Recent1
South American Revolutions." Dr.
Theophile Raphael, psychiatrist at
the University Health Service will
talk on the subject of "Capital Pun-
ishment." "Candid Thoughts on
Public Opinion" will be discussed by
Marlin E. Pew, editor of "Editor and
Publisher," New York.
Have Four Speakers.
Friday afternoon's session will be
featured with four speakers, each
an authority in his own field. These
are Dr. Preston Slosson, history;
John H. Miller, publisher; Clarence
V. Smazel, research expert, and
Prof.' Arthur Brommage, political
science.
The annual University Press Club.
banquet, at which Lee A. White
will be toastmaster, will be held at
6:30 o'clocl, Friday night. Prof.
Fielding H. Yost, director of ath-
letics, will present "A Study in Ret-
(Continued on Page 8)
SHICK COMPLETES
CARD STUNT PLAN
Varsity Cheer Leader Announces
Committees on Section.
Committees whose w o r k has
made possible the new stunt card
section which will be used again
at the Illinois game tomorrow were
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No Pay, No Play'; Grid Sextet
of Freshman Team Resigns
From University.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23. - A de-
mand by six of the star players on
the George Washington freshman
team that they be paid for their
football services today resulted in
their dismissal from the squad.j
James W. Pixee, director of ath-
letics, said five of the players had
come in a group, stating that un-
less the university reverted to its
former practice of giving room and
board as well as a means of getting
spending money they would leave
school.
Forewarned of the move, Pixlee
'DTE ANNUNCED
Freshman, Sophomore Classes
Will Hold Traditional
Fight Nov., 15.
UNION PLANS MEETINGS
Plans are rapidly nearing com-
pletion for the organization of the
freshmen and sophomores before
the annual Fall games the morn-
ing of the Minnesota - Michigan
game by the underclass committee
of the Union, it was announced yes-
terday by .Albert F. Donohue, '31,
president of the Union. The games
will be held at Ferry Field.
The date of the sophomore meet-
ing has been set for Wednesday,
Nov. 12. At this time, the second
year men will rally and elect their
captain. Entetainment will be pro-
vided by the Union.
-On the following night, the fresit-
men will hold their organization
meetings. The class has been divid-
ed into 10 groups and these groups
will hold separate meetings. A nom-
.inee for the captaincy will be select-
ed from each of these divisions. Fol-
lowing these nominations the first
year men will gather in the ball-
room for a joint meeting at which
the captain will be elected from the
group nominees.
Speeches by prominent student
leaders, cheers by the varsity cheer-
leaders and groupsinging will fea-
ture this meeting. The Union will
provide the entertainment and to-
bacco.
At the same time, the freshman
groups will be organized for the an-
nual tournaments under the direc-
tion of the Union. The chief of these
contests is the basketball tourney
between the teams of the groups
Medals are provided for the mem-
bers of the winning team.
BATTALION JOINS
BRAZILIAN REBELS
Federal Troops at Timbo Revolt,
Enlist as Insurgents.
(13y Associated Press)
CURITYBA, Parana, Brazil, Oct.
23. -The Brazilian revolutionary
command was informed today that
the 19th battalion of chasseurs, sta-
tioned at Timbo, state of Bahia, had
revolted and joined the insurgent
movement.
Timbo is a railroad center about
id(o miles away from Bahia, third
largest city of Brazil, and the in-
surgent advices claimed that the
federal defection opened up the way'
for their advance directly into Ba-
hia on the railroad line between the
two cities.
It was presumed here that the
army of Capt. Juarez Tavora, which
within the past few days has invad-
ed and over-run the states of Per-

nambuco, Alagoas and Sergipe, can-
not be far from Timbo if it has not
already reached this point in its ad-j
vance down the coast toward Bahia,
or Sao Salvador.

sent out an answer that they could
leave immediately. Later another
player joined the "pay or no play"
group and he, too, was invited to
leave the university. Meanwhile six
other freshmen athletes were under
investigation.I
Dr. Floyd Heck Marvin, president
of George Washington, reiterated
Pixlee's answer as the group came
to him asking honorable dismissal.
He said "George Washington would
rather have no football teams than
one where the players' were receiv-
ing money to represent the institu-
tion."
It had not been decided tonight4
i whether the players would be ex-
pelled. The players announced late
today they had withdrawn from the
university.

Increase in Residential Building
Also Noted in September
Financial Summary.
SEASONAL INDEX DROPS
Wholesale Prices Remain About
at Same Level Although
Some Show Deciine.
(NGAssociotd 2Press
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23.-A Sep-
; famhnr innrnacn ire t o ni}it

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Stude nts oJam
Hill' Auditorium
toHear -Lawton
lxcitemuent precelig ttle- Illinois gaime will he augmnen1ted to-
i1iht when several thOUsandll students, aluni, and townspeople
a mbenll e at I fill auditoriumtl for the second pep meeting of the year.
'redI a wt()n. '1 i, composer of "Varsity" and an enthusiastic
Al ichigan man. .will be thele principal speaker at the meeting which
Wi! start at 8 o'clock an co ntinue for approximately 4j minutes.
Thlie i551lllhy \"-ii he the irst of the series of events scheduled for
he ret urn in"- gradluates for homecoming.
I awton, who was the nist prominent student in his grauating
Clais, i vell known t> onderg-raluates and alumni alike. through his
nimaii \ appearances at i) 111 'Pt1lu (1 an c .,i+

Lemoer increasein the Output of g'I t 5 Im Clns Here inltme
Four of the group constituted Pix- -ctresa nreidnia udpasi I )urin his undergiadute ays, lie he ldpositiols
lee's first string freshman backfield. factories and in residential build- o leI)il Crg aniOa iictioftletPublic-
They were Frank Walsh, Duluth, ing was reported today by the Fed- tiOss andl bllanlrel to t .re Maior campus ho > ar societies. In
Minn.; John Hofsess, Mexico, Mo.; eral reserve board in its summary ad' lit ion t cOiiposingV "\arsitv," lie helped write the score for some
August NewaR NErie Pa.; and of business and financial condi- Prof. Waldo Abbot, lxiclian l ni n operas.
Charles Robinson, Newark, N. J. The a___Itwsatohoattef-
others were Vance Joviol, Butte,ions. Director of University broadcast- It was Lawton, who at the ill-
Mont., and George Generosa, Pitts- Factory output had decreased ing, who recently inaugurated the' ,nois pep meeting two years ago, told
burgh, substantially during t h e f otd r ILLINOIS BAND UNABLE a discouraged but hopeful crowd
Pixlee said the group had planned months from May to August. The ( announcing of news flashes from TO ATTEND GAME HERE that Michigan could and would u
to make their demand tomorrow September increase swelled the up- The Daily over Station WJR from se~the M ii d the four
night, just before the arc light game ward trend, but despite this the the University studio. The 200-piece Illinois Varsity straight def ets tha the four
with Georgetown university fresh- board's seasonal index registered a _ _ _band, for many years a favorite ines had e Wol-
men, the high spot of the high sea- one half of one per cent drop, with Michigan football fans, Ines woneTmorowthee
snThgaewscancelled, which was a much lower one, how- nI I I will not be p)resent tomorrow to faces a crucial test to see whether
ever, than that in the preceding add its part to the between- they will remain in the race for
four months. halves entertainment, according the Big Ten title. Because Illinois
CHINESE CONTINUA lower increase was reported in to an announcement made yes- was decisively defeated by North-
factory employment than as usual terday by Robert Campbell, western last Saturday, the Illini
for this period of the year. treasurer of the University and will be a harder team to beat.h
( Coal Production. Jumps.s ooeaio fIdsri sponsor of the Michigan band. The football coaches, student
Production s Ask Co-operation of Industry in Due to the tremendous ex- leaders and grid captains of years
NAIA AN T R DU Production of iron, steel, lumber (gi atiso er
and cement dropped while t Attempt to Remedy Present pense involved in transporting past, are united in their opinion of
Wholesale Murder of Foreigners put of automobiles continued smallI Economic Crisis. the band to Ann Arbor in addi- the value of student support to the
ty hntion to their scheduled trip to football team. They urge that the
Causes Government to Adopt tries, tivitying cotton, we l and- New York for the Illini-Army student body make use of this op-
Strenuous Measuresrsilk increased substantially and 3Ugame, the appearance of the nortunity to show the team that
there was more than the seasonal asedssuCbstarntial, band here had to be given up, the Michigan spirit is still as great
- tee a mretante eaoal(y sscat~ Iri.'j it was announced.. as ever.
BANDITS HOLD INTERIOR increase in output of coal with a WASHINGTON, Oct. 23.--The~ _annuncedToaveParade
.: ">,, Ty: , w . e pars prouction- federalg overnment took concreteghkr
!~~1v A..' The oI t in manutfa i i'gsteps today to stem the tide of unM-go' lc, '3, Vast
SHANGHAI, Oct. 23-The nation- establishments, the board says, in epoyt s the e cheerleader and his st of asss-
alist government moved again to- creased less than usual at this sea- camoemJt she Hoverhaneth ants will be on hand to lead the
day to crush the bloody communist son, the increases being chiefly in committee, set up to handle the UI LIaLThe Varsity band will play "The
war on Christians in China, as new fruit and vegetable canning and problem, began functioning. fVictors" and "Varsity" as they pa-
reports of outrages against foreign- the clothing industries while reduc- Coincident with a call from Col.T rade down State street and over
tions in the number of employees Arthur Woods, the relief director, I TNorth University to the auditorium
ers were reported. was reported for the iron and steel, TOs tLU- D Y calling students to the rally. The
Foreign Minister Wang announc- automobile and lumber industries. asking industry to cooperate, gov- better known Michigan songs will
ed the government will throw "its Increased employment was reported ernment departments announced Baldock Named Head of Junior be sung by the crowd to the ac-
full strength into crushing the reds" from retail establishments and coal plans to provide employment to a Pharmacists; Tie Results companiment of the band. Words
who recently massacred thousands mLes. number of the 3,500.000 idle Amer- for ice-residency to the songs, which will be lead by
Loans Flucuate. an Arthur Hackett, head of the voice
of persons and plundered foreign The board said while wholesale The postoffice department took department of the school of music
missions as part of a campaign of prices remained at about the same steps to suspend over-time work to TWISS DEFEATS GWYN will be flashed on the screen.
wholesale murder, robbery, and in- level as in July and August, an in- ---- Merton J. Bell, '31, president of
cendiarism in Kiangsi province. crease in August, it continued, was regular employees m order that Class officers will be selected at the Student council; will preside at
The ' inist r ins sted, howev r, folowedsubstitutes m ay obtain em ploy- I t e m ei
The 'minister insisted, however, followed by a decline in September ent Orders to thi effect will go the annual junior engineering elec- the meeting.
the government could not be held in a large number of commodities, forward tomorrow. ions at 10 o'clock this morning in
responsible for safety of foreigners including grains, livestocks, meats, Plard th iprgw. to 38 west enieering i,
who persisted in remaining in dan- cotton and copper. Plans of the shipping board to room 348, west engineering build- COMEDY SOCIETY
gerous areas. Security loans of banks increased 'reduce its domestic force by 500 ing. Three men to represent the WILL OPEN PLAY
Infoimed Americans and another in the latter part of September, ind its foreign personnel by 2501 class on the J-Hop committee will
foreign missionary were forced to but declined rapidly in the first in its re-organization program have cass o the J
also be chosen. Mtolnars Olymis' Censored at
flee from Jaochow, Ringtechen and part of October while commercial been abandoned to prevent an in-s ymp ,
Kian to save their lives from reds loans increased $150,000,000 in the crease in the number of jobless. Two candidates will be elected to Radcliffe, to Begin Tonight.
waging bitter warfare upon foreign first three weeks of October. Secretary Hurley moved to have serve on the Engineering council
and Chinese Christians, Wang said. the army engineers adopt the while one will be chosen for the' "Olympia," by Ferenc Molnar
"American and other foreign mis- BIG SIX ATHLETES "stagger system" of employment Honor committee of the engineer- will be presented by Comedy club
sionaries have been repeated1y Ga on river and harbor work, particu- t.
in college at 8.5d clock tonight at the Lydia
warned not to enter bandit and FACE CHARGES larly along the Mississippi river. ing college.Mendelssohn theater Two more
communist infested portions of the Although Chairman Legge of the In the junior pharmacy election performances are scheduled, one
interior. While the nationalist gov- (B Associaird P'rss farm board noted that agency had yesterday, Howard Baldock nosed tomorrow night, and the last next
ernment is trying to obtain release COLUMBIA, Mo., O c t. 23.- no means of disposing of the wheat out Frank Chatfield for the presi- Saturday.
of missionaries in Kiangsi and other Charges and counter-charges of purchased in stabilization opera- dency by the vote of 6 to 5. Perry Mary PowrsE
provinces, the government cannot subsidization and proselyting of tions to aid the unemployed, he Cook and Th Sa s ' a ry Alleni hapel,
be held responsible for welfare of athletes tonight involved half the said in response to questions, that tied for the officemasf vice-pamuels wern an rr lenc Tenat
foreigners who persist in remaining members of the Big Six conference. if Congress wishes to pay for the with 6otes apce. Rceivint Grad.il laM. o wers' T e ,
in districts already dangerous or The solution of the problem rests wheat, the board would be glad to same number of votes as both can- in the performance to be given
likely to become battlefields between with conference faculty represen- turn it over to the jobless. dime for te r esdnyth r Nov . the ers ine ct ae git-
government troops and communists. tatives at a regular meeting here The Hoover cabinet committee Twiss a ete presdecty Ar ney.io, '31; P hoers, '31;
"Conditions existing in central tomorrow and Saturday. relief director began the formula- wiss was elected secretary oveiar ney Dixon, '31; Paul Showers, '31;
China afford a vivid picture of what First centering on James A. (Jar- tion of his working organization wn Goy.T.TCe over R a m s '32.
the entire country will be like if ring Jim) Bausch, Kansas half- after an early conference with the en tB . OConnell over Ray- Carr, '3.
the reds gain the upper hand, ac- back, who has been a perennial president, attended by Secretaries in. All members of the cast have
cording to Wang. i subject of investigation since he I Lamont and Hurley and under-sec- The tie for the vice-presidency during the ps a l
---foresook the University of Witchita retary of the treasury Mills. w e ecide iei ey de- inth past year. Valentine B.
Union Files Available for the University of Kansas, the, wil eedieth d sophomo Y pr Windt,PlayProduction director,
charges tonight involved not onlyppy has suervised the
Rooms Today at Desk lBausch, but his football coach, H.H ardy Invents Device elections at 5 o'clock Monday in The dean of Radcliffe college re-
W. Hargiss; William H. Meissinger, for roeasurin Energyoom 303, Chemistry building. cently refused to allow women stu-
Lists of available rooms for the 1.Hris ila .Meissinger. rom _30 _Cheistrbuiding
week-end will be on file today and Kansas Aggie halfback; and Ches- dents to take part in this play when
tomorrowiat the esn in thy man ter L. Brewer, athletic director and Dr. J. D. Hardy, national re- Mimes to Give'Anatol' it was presented by a Harvard
omorrowatheideskintheF.ainDr.H. J. Huff, track coach, both of search fellow from Johns Hopkins With 'Emperor .ns dramatic society. She gave no rea-
lob f h nin lbr o-I D r.W th E peJrones Isn o hrdcsonohrta
the University of Missouri. university, who is here conducting sons for her decision other than
ohue, '31, president of the organiza-________
tonstte, esteday.th ra izaresearch work in the field of infra- "read it your self."
tion stated yesterday. litter- red spectroscopy, has invented a '!Mimes will present "Anatol." a Advance ticket reservations may
Householders desiring to list their Death Toll in Mining radiometric device which is said to short one act play by Schnitzler, be made at the Lydia Mendelssohn
rooms should call the operator at Disaster Reaches 255 measure smaller amounts of energy with "Emperor Jones" the first box office.
the Union switchboard and give the ___than__any__other__instrument.____
accommodations, address and price (fl,, ss i'rss) thnan er istmet, week in November, it was announc-
of the rooms. ALSDORF, Germany, Oct. 23. - sensitive than the other instru- ed yesterday by James Yant, '31M, rainmen Killed
This service is maintained an- i The death toll in the Ann II coal I ments since it sidesteps the Brown- president of the club.3 asT n Collapses
nually by the Union for the assist-' mine disaster of Tuesday had in motion, a disturbance which Tryouts for the parts, including
ance of guests who come to Ann reached 255 tonight, and it was be- prevents the measuring of very bo oe par asked tdmg
Arbor for the football games. At- lieved a few more would be found I small amounts of energy on e both men and women, are asked to (e sIsoc«ated rs
tempts will be made to locate allIin the debris-filled mine. I other instruments. 1 report from 3 until 5 o'clock this STEUBENVILLE, O., Oct. 23. -
persons who desire rooms. The total includes 16 who have ballroom. Two men lost their lives and a
____afternoon at the Unionbalom third was seriously injured in a
-- - !died in hospitals of injuries. The . . h as srilouy mjured mha
n 7 7 ___ Q - :& _-I ntar xvrprnrial Httla nrrntlyf Imn Team Entrans 1 The cast for "Emporor Jones" ha; cave-in of a railoa tunnnel that

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announcedby M onty shck, '61
cheer leader, last night, and plans
for the homecoming formations Lindbergh inaugurates
were definitely closed Formations New Airplane Service
which will be used in the blue and
yellow stunt card section tomorrow O v Associatd Press )
afternoon are "ILLINI," "U. OF NEWARK AIRPORT, N. J., Oct.
M.," and "Mich.," all of which will 23.-Col. Charles A. Lindbergh to-
be spelled out in yellow on a blue day inaugurated the new trans-
background. continental air service of Trans-
-.04:.1>4- - 1-1 ~+;,A fi- 4'.' ct~+ai'y Air Trangfnort.

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