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VOL. XLL No. 24

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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1930

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REBELS RULE RIO DE JANEIRO;
LUIS BOWS TO WI OFJUNTA
OVERTHROW MARKED BY RIOTING

GJVES UP POST
LUMBERMAN TOLDG TO INSURGENTS
PRESENT TIMBER
TAX DISASTROUSI

on Fund Crippled Varsity
ANNUAL DEDUCTION Will Face Attack
INSALARIESTDPA of Indians Today
PART OF PR EMIVM Auer, Daniels, Cox May be Kept on Bench for
Entire Game; Lack of Good Reserve

Revolt Ends Reign of Federal
Government After Three
Weeks of Fighting.
TWO OFFICIALS NAMED,
Citizens Flock Into Streets,
Blocking Progress
of Vehicles.
BULLETIN
(13y Associated Press)
RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 24.-
President Washington Luis of
Brazil, tonight bowed to the
will of the military junta that
overthrow his administration
in the morning and left Guana-
Bara palace, from which he
had previously declared he
would only be taken as a bound
prisoner. He was taken under
heavily armed escorts to Fort
Copacabana, where he was held
in the quarters of the general
staff.
(U v A ssaciaztd Press>)
RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 24-A mil-
itary junta 'tonight rules Rio de
Janeiro after overthrowing Presi-
dent Washington Luis in a coup
d'etat accompanied by rioting and

Daily to Issue Extra
for Illin Game Today
The Daily will issue a football
extra immediately following the
Michigan-Illinois game today.
Scores of other important con-
tests being played throughout
the country, inyadditionuto a
play-by-play account of the
Wolverines' battle with the
Illini will be included. The papers
will be sold on the streets at the
close of the game.

G. P. McCallum Urges Lands
Be Taxed in Relation.
to Annual Yield.
TO ADOPT PROGRAM
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Professors Offered Opportunity
to Register Approval to
Administration.
LIMITATIONS ARE LEVIED
Tentative Arrangements Are Set

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MEETHERE TODAY
67 Nations to be Represented
in International Road
Congress Session.
WILL ATTEND . GAME
Representatives of 67 nations
were to be in Ann Arbor this morn-
ing at a meeting of the sixth In-

rorestry t-onventlon at1IJ11 nonfn: ii1uii -
to Close with Short Forth in Report of Regent
Session Today. Committee.c
"At the present rate of consump- Retirement pensions for Michigan
tiOn tfiere -will be no timber in professors, to supplement the dwin-
Michigan after fifteen years," stat-j dling funds of the Carnegie founda-
tion, received a definite step toward
ed George P. McCallum, president realization yesterday when Shirley
of 'the Detroit, Mackinac and Mar- W. Smith, vice president of the
eLumber company yesterday Associated Press Photo University, sent out letters to the
quetteLmWashington Luis, 155 faculty members affected, set-
afternoon in an interview after the Head of the federal government ting forth for their approval a ten-
annual lumberman's conference in in Brazil, who resigned as presi- tative co-operative plL-n for annu-
the Union. dent after defying revolutionary ity insurance.
"If present timber taxation laws forces who had surrounded Guana- The proposal, which would pro-
are not revised soon, the upper pen- Bana palace. He was taken to Fort vide that five per cent of the pro-
insula will be as barren as the lo Copacabana under heavy guard. fessors' salaries be deducted and
mrpeninsula is now." he nt d added to another five per cent to
he onuct meeis Tab, hete UR be furnished by the University for
Conduct Round Table., purchasing supplement ary deferred
The meeting was held under thej N0 GI annuity contracts, is the work of a
auspices of the forestry school. Ori- Regents' committee appointed to1
ginally for the purpose of present- arrange a plan for augmenting the
ing a more practical side of for- LLreduced pension expectations of the
estry to students and faculty mem- UIprofessors who were depending up-,
bers, the convention this y e ~ar on the funds of the Carnegie foun-'
turned into a discussion of the vital Edward Russell Heads Class of dation for the advancement of
problems of lumber taxation. 1932; Business, Dental teaching and the Carnegie corpor-I
"Under the present Pearson act, Schools Elect. ation.
it is practically impossible for a ___ Latest Cut in 1-929.
timber owner who has not large re-C 1 ! Since May 1, 1929, members o
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Famuels .....
Uornwell .... .
Morrison .....
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Williamson
Newman ....
Wheeler .....
Simrall ...
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Material Troubles Kipke.
By Joe Russell
"at til'fg Io(r iithe i t(, >-fld purpose of avenging a 14-0 (lefeat suf-
ered last year, and ( fremnaiiininl the race for the \V.estern Con-
V reileechalniouSip vthe Wolverines will eet lminois at 2 o'clock
1- a~fterimIo I I itile stad(i P101.
Coach Kipl e's 1930 football edition will present an almnost
eltirely new iront at the openling kick-off today with three regulars
oin the bench. \ler. I)aniels, aind (ox will not be isedl, at least
tilvin. the first paIrt (f the game, and it is highly iimprobable that
they xvill see actkffn at all. With these men out the con lidence which
}i)reYCciled a fter the ()hi State game last week has changedl to a bitter
!eterlliatio ll that N\li(higan shall not have a game chalkedI up on

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-- The \ olverines are ill a tight
spot. Illinois, not vet recovered
jPs froi a huniliating 3 -defeat at
the hands of Northwestern last
llinois . week, will be able to present her
wanson strongest material this afternoon
odman and, according to the Michigan
Jensen scouts who have seen the team play,
macher that material may, at any time,
velman break forth into brilliance which
Garner would upset Michigan's chances.
Sennett Add to this fact the wits of the vet-
Berry eran Coach Zuppke, who always has
inuskus a trick or two up his sleeve, and it
Russell is easy to see why Coach Kipke is
obinson worrying about the outcome of the
encounter.
Wolves Given Advantage.
Theoretically the Wolves should
win easily, but comparative scores
are of little real value as a criteri-
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some arson. ternational Road congress, Prof. sources at his command to cut tim-vi the faculty who were affected by r n Oi.in
Although announcement w a s Roger L. Morrison, of the highway ber as it should be cut in the in- ~ -the offer of the Carnegie enter- taken i
made at 10 o'clock this morning engineering department, announc- terests of conservation. There is Ten candidates were chosen for prises made Nov. 17, 1915, to fur- - -____-and th
that the president had resigned, ed yesterday. enough ripe timber standing now to various class positions at the an- nish funds for retirement pensions, Frt S C A Df Ya play an
this setting off great demonstra- FisS.CA.DcuioofYa;plyn
tis ing principal str at Approximately 165 men will be supply all the needs of Michigan, if nual elections of the junior engin- could have received a maxinum today.
tions inithe pincipal streets of the at the meeting this morning which only the ripe timber is cut. How- eering class yesterday morning. pension of $1,500 after the age of To be on "Anti-Religious toEve
capital, it was learned tonight ta will be one of the last held during ever, because the taxes- are levied Edward Rsll o 70. The present tentative plan Movement of Russia." stars o
sint the extensive tours which the party I all at once the timber must be cut would enlarge this amount at the ___ and Bl
signed the decree.ng the same way to meet expenses," the 171 votes cast for the presi- age of 70 to one-half the average 93AC M E least on
Luis Remains in Palace. has ben making- stated McCallum. "A solution for dency, was selected to lead the class salary of the five years preceding 1930 PLANS COMPLETED'which1
He held, out against quitting, in- As soon witer their arrival as this problem would be the taxation for 1931. The defeated candidate retirement plus $400 but not exceed- to four
possible the delegates will assemble of woodland under the plan used to ing $4,000, or, if preferred, an an... Prof. W. C. Trow oa seyepar ythis ye
sisting he would never leave the gov- in the theater of the League where tax mines; that is, it should be was Frederick Buchan who receiv- nuity to the teacher at age between ent of educational psychology t o C
ernment palace unless bound and they will be addressed by Shirley W. taxed in relation to its annual ed 81 votes. 65 and 70 equal to the annuity at will open the series of six Interna-~Hudson
taken by force. That the govern- Smith, vice president of the Univer- yields spreading the burden over a Stanley Chase with 102 votes won age 70 decreased by one-fifteenth of tional forums with a talk at 3:30 uplay,a
ment had fallen, however, not even sity; Dean Herbert C. Sadler, of longer period," he added. over Robert Davis with 70 for the itself each year by which age 70 is o'clock Sunday afternoon on thefor tie
the foreign office questioned. Only the College of Engineering and Ar- "If the public is sufficiently inter- office of vice president. The mar- anticipated. subject, "The Anti-Religious Move- It is
ne 'thing remained, and hhat was chitecture, and G. C. Dillman, state ested, this can easily be done," he gin of victory for the secretaryshi Hence, only those professors who nt of Russia," acord to the to repl
the formality of the president's highway commissionier of Michigan. said. was 8 votes with Jack Beechler re- had expectations of pensions as year ' proram of the Internationi players
thes hormalgi9y adfRtbertGrrridennts gregtwnyamcommissihonerriofnMiyc"iCan.
signing o the dotted line. As he Responses will be made by two of ceiving 90 and Robert Garrison 82. great in amount as those originally al com nmittee of the Student Christ- ,Coach F
sat in hispalace the building was the visitors. The meeting is open oland Clark defeated Carl Stae- agreed upon by the University and ian association completed yester- CThe rn
surrounded by troops loyal to theys the pbicir. Themetg IipnlfRPanr the treasurership. The vote the Carnegie interests are affected day. Students and faculty are in-I have t
new revolutionary movement. grnLthepublic- as the same as for the vice pres- by the proposed supplementary an - vited to the Upper room at Lane further
Officials Named. Following this, Professor Mor-* ridency. nuities. Since the original contract hall, where the forums are held calibre,
Thu to lt nalso th rm son will guide the gue'sts on a tour Brown, Spencer, Fitzpatrick Wn. was drawn up in 1915, the available monthly. will a
were provisionally in charge of the of inspection which will include LIThree men were chosen to rep-I Carnegie funds have been greatly Five other faculty members will ward w
capital of the greatest country in the tanportation library, highway resent the engineering college on reduced, necessitating a cut from conduct forums dealing with ques- backs, h
South America, apparently wth the laboratory, wind tunnel, naval I the J-Hop committee. Those se- time to time in the retirement an- tions of international character, as Captaii
entire army and navy behind them. tank, Clements library, and the Dr. Louis C. Wright to Appear lected and the vote polled by each nuities. Since the knowledge of the well as Dr. W. C. Rufus, who will O
Three generals, Leite d Castro, lawyers' club. A buffet luncheon as First Convocation Speaker follow: latest reduction, which was confil- speak on the "Barbour Scholar- Illin
Pantaleo Telles, and Mena Barreto will be served at 12 o'clock in the Under New Plan. Leo Brown, 100; Jack Spencer, stration in February, 1929, the Re- dinner for foreign students to be Northw
comprised the junta and will con- second floor library of the Union. 96; and Rice Fitzpatrick, 85. The gents' committee, consisting of Re- held Tuesdayonight Nov. 25, in the met tw
to the government until they are The meal will be sponsored by the Opening the series of University three defeated candidates are Clar- gents Beal and Sawyer, Mr. Smith, Union. Prof. J. B. Condliffe of the in Iow
able to confer with representatives University and the National Auto- convocations for the current year ence Weymouth, 83; Charles Wise, and Prof. James W. Glover have economics department will speak were d
and other states which opened the mobile Chamber of Commerce. a newly reorganized convocations 76, and William Worboys, 69. David been for mulating an arrangement Nov. 10, while Prof. K. Pollock, Jr., 27-0. I
wes agichey he After luncheon the vi'tors will i . IFitzgibbons and Engene Etchells to supplement the depleted Carne- of the political science department have b
revolt three weeks ago. They hop committee will present Dr. Louis C. won over Hugh Conklin and Ross gie resources. The current proposal will speak Dec. 10 and Dr. Francis Orange
et establish a civil gov which undoubtedly will be the first Wright, president of the federated Goodrich for the two junior posi- is merely tentative, it was stated Onderdonk on Jan. 25.iNorthw
ermeN.Ornge
Two new oiIlci achurches of Cleveland, to lead the tions on the engineering council, last night by Dr. Frank E. Robbins,points
Teen ned, Gabil Beades hase ftheelegantes. wnessed bymany convocation at 7:30 o'clock tomor- The respective vote was 134, 90, 71, assistant to the President, and is Other forums will include a dis- poinsa
been named, Gabriel Bernar.desas of the odelegates row night in Hill auditorium. and 29. The junior representative being submitted to the faculty con- cussion of the "Mental Content in defense
minister of justice and Col. Sotero Dr. Wright, whose pastorate is on the engineering honor commit- cerned for their approval and criti- International Language" under the the fie
de Menezes as chief of police. EPSTEIN TO TALK th e Epworth-Euclid Methodist tee will be Allison Evans who won cisms. direction of Prof. John H. Muys- when
church in Cleveland is a well-liked over W. Schultz by a 131-to-41 mar- Plan Outlined. kens Feb. 15, and a query Wh all gan
college speaker and has had a great gin. T Really Governs the World," by r a wea
FOR RECORD DA1Ydeal of experience before under- Siersma Heads Dents. I. Service Requirement for Re- Prestoiofd rial.
F OR ECORD DA ~ Authority on Social Insurance Igraduate audiences in the East and In the junior dentistry elections, tirement Annuity ( a) Twenty-five partment.
Resevatonsathheoniorepe- tciscussiSubjectAMonday.dMiddle West. He is a trustee of George Siersma was chosen presi- years as a professor or (b Thirty -___dHosfe-
ciaRly for group dinners and lun- _ss bd Baldwin-Wallace college and has dent; Frank Lovell, vice president; years as an instructor and professor. DECORATIONS CUP to be t
cheonys, are heavier for today than charge of their chapel service. He F. F. Robinson, treasurer; and O. II. Payments Made by Teachers; TO BE PRESENTED afterno
c eons, aore heaieroutced es- Abraham Epstein, authority on has served as committeeman on L. Soper, secretary. W. F. Mossner a salary deduction of 5 per cent; against
terday by Paul Buckley, business the subject of social insurance, will several of the north east Ohio con- was selected to represent the class these payments discontinued: (a) on the
manager of the Union. The Union talk before the second All-Campus ; ferences, to the general conference on the J-Hop committee. Upon. withdrawal of the teacher Committee to Announce Prize tions a
rooms have been reserved since forum of the year at 4:15 o'clock of which he was also a delegate the Kieth B. Hackett defeated Ronald from the University (b) Upon his Winners after Game. be pla
last spring, he also stated. M last time they met. W. Todgham in a race for the office death (c) Upon retirement on an-._ teams
si.Mondayafternooninroom D,- of president of the junior class of nuity. Awarding of the cup to the best attack
One of the largest groups to be Alumni Memorial hall.;Awrigothcutohebt
entertained today is the Interna- mpr, well. t the School of Business Administra- III. Payments by University (a) decorated fraternity house for agains
na d o s h e The speaker, well known through- Olympia to be Given tion. The vote was 36 to eight. Five per cent of salary to match Homecoming will take place im-
recntlyin a sngt, DiC. d out the country as an advocate of Again by Comedy Club Other new officers are Horace M. payment of teacher Ib) All neces- nediately following the game to- Ban
h ce b touing the . n. social legislation of all kinds, is Read, vice president; M. Winthrop sary supplementary payments to day it was announced. A commit-
has since been touring the countr executive secretary for the Amer- "Olympia," by Ferenc Molnar, Scofield, treasurer; Wade E. Tapert, provide the benefits which are not tee composed of Prof. Bruce M.
oven the world will be the guests ican Association for Old Age Secur- will again be presented at 8:15 secretary; and Edson R. White, provided by the Carnegie Founda- Donaldson of the fine arts depart-
h rh g t i1 T hah writn mnmn mazine n'plnk toni-ht at the Lydia Men-J-Ho committeeman. tion, the Carnegie Corporation and Deen

juries ana breaks are not
nto consideration in theory
ese two factors are bound to
important part in the game
with three of the Michigan
n the sidelines, the Maize
ue should win today by at
e touchdown. The backfield
has run and passed its way
scores in the Big Ten so far
ar, will be intact with New-'
aptain Simrall, Wheeler, and
i. All are in condition to
nd will be ready to make up
loss of men on the line.
true that the men who are
ce the regulars are all strong
, and it is not there that
Kipke's greatest worry comes.
eserve material which will
go in, should there be any
injuries, is not of the same
and will mean that holes
pear in the Wolverine for-
vall through which the Illini
Russell, Berry, Yunuskus, and
n Robinson will plow.
}range Defense Strong.
is has played but one Con-
game this year, against
vestern last week, but has
o non-Conference opponents
a State and Butler which
efeated by scores of 7-0 and
gone of Zuppke's opponents
een able to get within the
and Blue 20-yard line once,
vestern scoring all of its
from outside that distance.
ct is a tribute to the Illinois
e, at least in the center of
ld, but speaks poorly for it
within scoring territory. In
nes the Indians have shown
mess in their reserve mate-
ong pass attack mixed with
ptive running combination is
he chief Illinois threat this
ion, and will be matched
much the same type of play
part of Michigan. Indica-
re that the game today will
yed in the clouds with both
boasting a strong overhead
and a powerful defense
t the same type of play.
d to Try Out New
Drmations at Game
to the fact that the Illinois

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