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EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

VOL. XLI. No. 45
HOOVE R CONSULTS
PARTY COLLEAGUES
ABOUT LEGISLATION
Curtis, Watson Confer With
Chief Executive at White
House Luncheon.
DISCUSS EXTRA SESSION
Reapportionment Question and
Muscle Shoals Are Points
of Controversy.

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1930

PRICE FIVE CENTS

;Senator Denounce!
I Filibuster Rut

(By Associated Press)
WASHINUTON, Nov. 18. - Presi-
dent Hoover called in Vice-Presi-
dent Curtis and Senator Watson of
Indiana, Republican leader, for a
luncheon conference today on the
legislative situation confronting the
approaching short session of Con- W m A Brah,
gress as new problems arose to Senator of Idaho, who retur
threaten the plans for avoiding an Washington recently in a h
extra session in the spring, mood resolved to give orderl
Disposition of the controversy sideration to pending legit
between the Senate and House over despite rumors that insu
government or private operation of would stampede congress.
the Muscle Shoals, Ala., power and _ _
nitrate plant and the new appor-
tionment of the House announced
today are potential trouble-makers I
for the short session.
Leaders Give No Report.
The Republican leaders afterH
White House visit reported no con-
clusions from the conference and
said it was confined to a general Editor of Anti-American Jc
discussion of legislative and party
questions. Beyond that neither ven-
tured. to Succeed Roy.
There is a growing confidence at
the capitol that the president, (y Associated Press)
despite representation by unofficial PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti
spokesman, will be included to con- 18.-Stenio Vincent, oppone
sider seriously some form of com- American occupationH, toda
promise on Muscle Shoals involv- elected president of Haiti
ing. government operations, as national assembly to succee
proposed in the measure of Senator gene Roy.
Norris, Republican, Nebraska. Some The choice was somewhat
solution of the dispute is regarded prising, for the strongestc
as necessary if the extra'session in dates considered previously
the spring is to be avoided. Constantin Mayard and Se
McNary Heads Conferees. Pradle, but the race today
Senator McNary, of Oregon, the principally between Vincent
assistant Republican leader, is e, with bl ormero
standing by the Norris government the fourthballot.
operation measure and he is chair- Vincent, who is editorc
man of the conferees. No authori- anti-American Haiti journal,
tative word has come from Mr. years old and a member of tl
Hoover on the subject since Repre- treme opposition. He is a 1
sentative Reece, Republican, Ten- formerly was in the dipl
nessee, quoted the president to the service in Paris and Berlin,
effect that he would veto the Sen- time was president of the S
ate bill. and again was minister of t
Meanwhile, there weie evidences terior.
of trouble at the Senate for the He is the firi regular e
membership selected by President president of Haiti since Am
Hoover to comprise the new tariff intervention in 1916. During
commission. These six members are period, the presidents, inc
up for confirmation at the short Louis Borno and his successo
term. Senator Borah, Republican gene Roy, were chosen by a
independent, of Idaho, said today cil of state, appointed by the
he was closely studying the record ident holding the office a
of Henry P. Fletcher, of Pennsyl- time of election. Thus Born
vania, who has been named chair- given a second term by hi
man. council.
The council, consisting
Tembers has performed the
T A RS of Parliament durin
GREATER DEFICIT American occupation, being d
from the president's cabi]
Government Expenditures Grow ministers.
When Borno was overthrow
55 Million in 4 Months. spring, Roy was chosen teml
president. He resigned this
(By Associated Press) and the balloting on his suc
WASHINGTON, Nov. 13. - The followed.

;s I POLISH ELECTION "Premier touReo d
;osLAWYERS INDICATE~ SHOWSSTABILITY COMMITTEE NAMSiene oReoe v R
___s From Bulet Wound
Legatio n n ashington Favors , 'a .,_.: j{11
--DESIRE FOR CH G Favorsrmet.TEN NOMINEES FOR ..::::~~v iw rnm~
DRY AMENDMENT Polish legation in a statement ~ TH l AR.-.. U~!UIUI
IN DRY 9MINOMINT WASHINGTON,arNov. 18. -_Thel H E I 91
American Bar Association Votes just held in Poland would guaran- Bobby Jones Mentioned First on.APPORTIONM [ JT
Two to One in Favor tee the maintenance of a "firm, List of Athletes; May
of Repeal. savern d efficient parliamentary Not Get Cup. Figures Show Changes
The election, it held, rewarded in All But 16
SOME OPPOSE VOTING "the traditionally liberal policy A. A. U. ENDS SESSION States
pursued by the government towardS t
Referenda Not Submitted With hera n ort sho J. E. Sullivan Memorial TrophyMICHIGAN GAINS
government support from Jewish gSullivan MemorialGATrophy
View to Formulating and Ukranian groups in many to be Given This Year
Legislation. electoral districts. for First Time. Drys May Contest The
"With a strong and stable gov-
(By .ssociated Press) ernment supported by a depend- (By Associated Press)>'oss of Western
CHICAGO, Nov. 18.-The Amer- able majority the sejm (house of WASHINGTON, Nov. 18. - WithwStrength.
ican Bar Association was placed on representatives), elected for five the name of Robert Tyre Jones Jr., *
record today as favoring repeal of five years," the statement said, "the leading the rest, a list of America' (By Associated Press)
the Eighteenth Amendment. country wil be able to devote itself, "first ten" athletes in amateur WASHINGTON,Nov. 18. -
A favorable vote of 13,779 to 6,- to the conitnuance of a program sport was announced today at the The representation of 32 states in
340 was revealed by the association of economic as well as political eventful closing session of the the House of Representatives will
headquarters on a refendum pro- stabilization and development." Amateur Athletic Union conven- be affected by reapportionment
_____________ress thono
ned to s Thatthe AmeraBar Te others on the list of ten who o Pho figures announced today by Pres-
htnAssociation favors the repeal offl fT Tf r Thotesntelitftnwo Yuko Hamaguchi. ietHoe nesCnrs
ycon- the Eighteenth Amendment to the thus were placed in nomination for Premier of Japan, who was re- ident Hoover unless Congress
slaton Constitution of N t Uolted whichhe James E. Sullvan memorial s n imot ry i te Ducs changes existing laws by March 4.
The result of the poll, n which trophy, a gold cup, which is being say that the Premier, who played Twenty-one states lose 27 seats.
zrgntsapproximately 75 per cent of theUMI awarded this year for the first an important role in the success of Eleven gain, includng California
membership voted, will be officially T 9E S Otime, were: the London Naval Conference, will with nine, Michigan four, Texas
announced in the December issue Clarence DeMar, veteran mara- recover. three, and New York, New Jersey
TE [ of the American Bar Association, thon runner. and Ohio, with two each. Con-
Journal. Unemployment Insurance' Will Miss Helen Madison, youthful f necticut, Flori'da, North Carolina,
Two Ballots Mailed, be y swimming sensation from Seattle. Oklahoma and Washington gain.
Toballots were mailed associa- Mr.HlnWlsMoy, queen of one each.
tion members. The first was on a by Harry Riseman. the tennis courts. FH W E
proposal whether the association Barney Berlinger, all - around FOROCITY-Chl sul Will Have Wie Effect.
take a referendum among its mem- Unemployment insurance, a sub- track and field athlete of the Uni- The new apportionment will re-
ournal bers on the repeal of the amend- ject being widely considered at the versity of Pennsylvania. j sulten wide changes a political
ment and the other was on the present, will be taken up at 4:15 Miss Stella Walsh, record-break-- strength, the electoral college, and
ot popoal o reealitslf. he o ni Melcktmorl hal ato an Almus Ray gRudy sp olumbiarm UCvernd.. Myers Names Committee Heads; state delegations to national poli-
not propos itse he ots o'clock tomorrow in room D Alum- ing girl sprinter from Cleveland.sty tical convention. Cities, where the
alach proposition were cast sim- forum to be addressed by Harry swimming ace dnd former Olympic Caswell to be Ann Arbor anti'-prohibitionists are strong, will
The referendum proposal carried Riseman, well-known Detroit at- team member. water Mvanager. thae agricutra sttes, n wich
, Nov. 14,782 votes to 5,625. Had the vote torney and secretary of the League Thomas Hitchcock Jr., captain of the agricultural states, in which
nt of been adverse to the referendum, for Old Age Pensions. America's international polo team. Announcement of the city coun- prohibitionists find much of their
y was the ballots on the repeal would The subject of unemployment in- Harlow Rothert, Stanford Uni- cil's 1930-31 committee appoint- strength, will lose.
)y the have been destroyed. surance was considered at an All- versity football, basketball and ments was made yesterday by Dr. Already there are indications that
d Eu- The vote on both proposals were campus forum earlier in the year shot put star. Dean W. Myers, president of the opponents of the apportionment
counted by a sub-committee ap- when Abraham Epstein, New York George Simpson, star sprinter governing body. Following an ap- amendment will attempt at the
t sur- pointed by the executive committee, expert on social insurance, gave an from Ohio State. proval of the recently adopted bond short sesson to bring the contest
candi- The sub-committee consisted of address on the same topic. Epstein Although the names were given ,issue by the city council at Mon- over the method of division to the
was conversant with the various in that order it was explained that day night's session Harrison H. House floor. Numerous issues will
were Major Edgre L. Philps, chaimEan forms of social legislation existing no attempt had been made at Caswell was named to succeed the be involved, ranging from prohibi-
ymour wa Evans .in Europe and aroused considerable ranking the athletes. late George S. Vandawarker as tion to the continuous battle be-
wa Mr. Tolman s aidthatthe ref interestin the subject here, by his In announcing the selections, manager of the water department. tween representatives of industrial
ae d o da were not submitted t diussionofle problem. Gustavus T. Kirby, acting chair- Other committee appointments states and those of farming regions.
view to formulating policy ontteswi iOwing to the widespread interest man of the Sullivan memorial corn- are as follows: Bond and License The reapportionlent figures were
sible legislation, but simply to d-inthe subject now, the Michigan mittee of the A. A. U. said that -H. W. Newkirk, Emil H. Schlen- determined by the secretary of
termine the attitude of the mem- Varsity debating squad has chosen in light of Jones' announcement ker, and Frank P. Harris; budget- commerce on the basis o the 1930
is 56 bership- this issue for a resolution on which yesterday of his retirement from George J. Lutz, Jr., Edward E. Lu- census, with the population placed
he ex- Instigated by Petitions. to conduct its debates this season. amateur golf "he has eliminated cas, Benjamin H. Graf, Phares at 122,093,455
awyer, TOne evidence that unemployment himself in the opinion of the com- Winney, Benjamin F. Bradley, and Missouri to Lose Three.
)matic ions filed with the executive com insurance is receiving nation-wide mittee." William A. Paton; finance-Walter M2ssouri loses three members,
mittee early this year by a larn consideration is that fact that peti- Jones' name, however, will be C. Feldcamp, Paton, and Newkirk; Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky and Penn-
ente, numbercky yearena
e number of members, In line with tions are being circulated in De- sent with the others to the mem- lighting-Bradley, Feldcamp, and sylvania lose two each, and Ala-
he }n- the organization's policy, the re- troit among workers and employ- bers of a nation-wide tribunal of Lutz; ordinance-C. C. Freeman, bama, Indiana, Kansas, Maine,
ferenda were officially announced ers in an effort to determine how prominent persons interested in Schlenker, Lucas, Lutz, and New- Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missis-
lected in the June issue of the Amer an keenly the idea is favored among athletics whose vote will decide kirk; park and sanitary-Andrew sippi, Nebraska, North Dakota
erican Bar Association Journal and bal- those whom it would affect. which of the ten is to receive the R. Gafell, Dr. Leonard P. Fisher, Rhode Island, South Caro1ina,
g that lots were then distributed trophy and Freeman; railway-Richard R. South Dakota, Tennesee, Vermont,
luding A spirited controversy over the SOVIET EDITORIAL A total of 165 athletes were ori Lowery, Lucas, and Fisher; sewer- Virginia and Wisconsin each drop
r, proposed vote arose at the associa- ginally nominated by this tribuna Bradley, Lucas, Graf, Newkirk, one.
oun- tion's annual convention here in SCORES POINCARE and from that number the Sullivan Paton, Lutz, and Lowery; street- The rep
pres- August, when opponents of the memorial committee named the ten Schlenker, Feldcamp, Harris, Ga- first since the House seats were re-
at the A en e t o Accuses Former French Premier announced today. fell, Lowery, Paton, and Fisher; in 1913 on the of
o was mittee to recall the ballots and of Instigating World War. . traffic-Lucas, Graf, Bradley, Win- the 1910 census. After ten years of
s own abandon the poll. They argued Mwarorre FeldReads ney, and Feldcamp; water-Fisher, effort to carry out the constitution-
that prohibition was a question of (By Associated Prell.TC Freeman, Schlenker, Bradley, and al provision of dividing the mem-
of 21 national policy and not a legal! MOSCOW, Nov. 18.--The govDk bership according to the popula-
func- question. ernment-inspired Soviet press to- Marjorie Wayne Field, '28, gave The matter of bonding the new tion of the various states, Congress
g the day launched a bitter double-bar- a dramatic reading before a corn- sewer has been placed in the hands passed the act of 1929 fixing the
istinc David Belasco Taken eled attack on Raymond Poincare' ined meeting of Adelphi, Athena of the largest committee for 1930- number of seats at 435 and rvid
n ' former French president and pre- and Zeta Phi Eta, formerly Portia, 31, comprising seven councilmen. ing for automatic reapportionment
With Severe SicTness mier, and "French imperialism." last night in the club room of Adel- Further advice in the disposal of of them by the secretary of com-
n (By Associated Press) The attack apparently is an af- hi in Angell hall the present plant and the supple- merce each fifth Congress begin-
yweeky NEW YOK, Nov. 18.-David Be- ermath of indictment last week of Miss Field gave a two-act pre- menting of the new $3350,000 lay- ning with the 73rd unless Congress
cessor lasco, famed theatrical producer y eight alleged counter-revolution- .sentation of Shakespeare's "Tam- out will be carried on directly by takes contrary action.
was critically ill of pneumonia confes negtiations hir ing of the Shrew." This was the this committee.
his West Fifty-Ninth St apartmen "confessions" of negotiations with first time this year in which the
today and none but medical at-ean M. Poincare, Brian and other Euro- literary societies held a common Directories Available LiTNAI FF ARGUE
tea ednswspritdt e i pean political figures for foreign meeting. Debates between the clubs re'E' 9 IO
tendants was permitted to see him, intervention in the U. S. S. fReinmeig.eae ewe h lb Now at 'Ensian Office NA A-IM T TO
Vest He is 76. ~ and further joint meetings are __s_
Telephone service to the apart- Practically the entire space in planned for the future. Alpha Nu Chief Soviet Delegate Center of
ment was discontinued and all today's issue of Izvestia and Prav- was also invited but could not at-- Studndirectres may be pr-
-Clar- visitors, except his immediate da, official organs, is devoted to a tend as it had engaged a speaker chased only in the offices of the D
States family, were refused admittance scathing denunciation of M. Poin- for the evening. Michiganensian in the Press build- (By Associated Press)
Satsfiy wrresdt cae and to publication of two art- g on Mayn rd street, George E.

at the The producer was stricken in Balti- ' U U11 VV U "._-___-GE VANv18MaiLtz
aie~h roue a trce nB l s by him appearing in the Par is Nole ofmeister, 31, business manager
J. H. more while rehearsing his latest Excelsior of Oct. 30 and Nov. 15. Former German Noble of the 'Ensian, said yesterday at inoff, Russian foreign minister and
ias 79 so n a eundt h iyt
show and was returned to the city The Russian paper's editorials nspeCs ity ampus the conclusion of the final campus chief Soviet delegate to the prepara-
_ point to the first article asi proving sale of the directory.
M. Poincare's hatred of the Soviet A former prince of Germany, The directory, which iS published
)F LA W STOPS FAST government and to the second Louis Ferdinand, son of the former each year by the staff of the Mich- the center of debate today as the
AME ON CAMPUS G A article, which appeared after the crown prince, was a visitor in Ann iganensian, contains the names and commission started drafting a plan
counter-revolutionary indictments, Arbor yesterday. The royal traveler addresses of the students who havet iminavaarmaments.
as revealing a "change of tone in came from Detroit where he is the registered with the University. The Day by day since the commission
18-18 sweeping end runs, and fake plays order to conceal his leading role in guest of Henry Ford. Charles Ben- book contains, in addition, a fac- began its session, Litzinoff has
of which entailed hiding behind trees. the preparation for intervention in net, an executive of the Ford Motor ulty directory which has this year tirelessly bombarded his colleagues
The game was called on account the U. S. S. R." Company, brought hi o ut th nn checked and tverified at the r witradica pans f ord armament
othcapsArbor and showed him about the office of the secretary. reduction. Today he scored his first
rthe campus grass. Wilder University campus. While here victory when he succeeded in
N A spectator expressed the wish G ives ' Ferdinand was the guest of R.H inserting the words "to reduce"
playing that the two teams could clash in to Mathematics Club Kempf and Mrs. Kempf, 312 South Candidates for Revue into the text; whcih as formulated
midget a short contest between the halves Division street. Will Compete Today by the great naval powers at the
18-18 of the Chicago game Saturday. No Prof. Raymond L. Wilder, of the __London conference provided only
.e Uni- decision on this proposal had been mathematics department, spoke on Students interested in acting and for limitation of tonnage.
wd of reached by University authorities "Knots" at the monthly meeting egend tap dancing may try out for the But a few moments later the
d when at a late hour last night, but the of the Mathematical club held last for Ping-Pong Tourney Mmes all-campus revue from 4 un- -Icommission modified the text to
Jniver- lightweight gridders will meet at night in Angell hall. til 5 o'clock this afternoon in the read "reduce if possible."
4 o'clock this afternoon at Wines, Professor Wilder discussed the f Registration in the annual all- ballroom of the Union, Harry L.
)tained field, anyway. mathematical a s p e c t s of rope campus ping-pong tournament un- Arnold, Jr., '32, stage manager of prohibition Heads Ask
Mon- LINEUP. knots. He traced the history of der the direction of the Union will the production, stated yesterday. I
with G H ildinger. .. . RE ........ (none) this study from the time of Listen- -be concluded today, Albert F. Don- From those trying out, many will For New Appropriation
Delano, Wurster........RG.........Kern ing, 1850. to the recent work done l ohue. '31. president of the Union, I be selected soon to take the parts

Government's deficit on Nov. 15 was
$278,291,356, or $71,000,000 greater
than last year.
Income tax collections the mid-
die of next month and in March
will wipe it out temporarily at least.
Whether the Treasury will finish
the fiscal year in July with the
deficit expected by President Hoo-
ver will depend on the March and1
June collections.
Treasury figures t o d a y also
showed Federal expenditures had
increased $55,000,000 in the first
four months of this fiscal year, as
compared with the same period al
year ago. From last July 1 to Oct.
31, $790,000,000 was spent.
The farm board spent $24,655,000
in the four months and another
$15,329,790 in the 15 days of Novem-
ber. The total collections of the
Government from July 1 to Nov. 15
were $184,000,000 less than that col-
lected in the same period of last
year, while the total expenditures
were $113,000,000 less than a year
ago.
Swords and Fists Stop
as Doctor Halts Fight
(Bv Associated Press)
BUDAPEST, Hugary, Nov. 18 -
The pulse of a fighting man must

Former United Stat
Senator Dies in V
(By Associated Press)
EVANSTON, Wyo., Nov. 18.-
ence D. Clark, former United
senator from Wyoming, died<
home of his daughter, Mrs.
Holland, here today. He w
years old.
STRAIGHTARMC
GRIDIRON G
Youthful Stars Fight to
Tie Before Crowd
400 Students.
By POWERS MOULTON
With a couple of hard p
stars out of the game, twor
football teams fought to an
tie yesterday afternoon on th
versity's front lawn. A cro
more than 400 students booed
the contest was halted by U
sity police.
John Hildinger, who cap
his team to a 44-6 victory
day, was out of the game
minor injuries, and John L

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