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EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

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VOL. XLII. No. 5

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1930

PRICE FIVE CENTS

MAC S BAT R HEM ' Tals tokF rh me
FROM BOX TO WIN!
SECOND CLASH 06-1' .i......+.

HENDERSON SPEAKS
BEFORE FRESHMEN
AT UNIONBANQUET
Warns Against Standardization,
Predicts Radical Changes
in Social Structure.

George Earnshaw Subdues Cards
as Athletics Smash Out
Decisive Victory.

COCHRANE GETS HOMER YOST AND SIMRALL TALK
_________" .. ,Y}...:i
Simmons, Foxx, Dykes, Miller Abbot~Showers, Bell, Donohue,
Aid Hitting Barrage n Palmer Speak Before 440
Eariy Innings. First Year Men.
By Alan Gould With a warning against the dan-
A. P. Sport Writer. gers of standardization and a
SHIBE PARK, PHILADELPHIA, :. prophecy of a world radicallyf
Oct. 2. - Again giving a perfectI: changed in social, economic, and!
demonstration of how to recognize political aspects, Prof. William D.
old man opportunity and accord Henderson, director of the Univer-
him a handsome welcome, Connie sity extension division, spoke last
Mack's Athletics subdued the St. night on "Fresh Men for a Fresh
Louis Cardinals for the second rIWorld" at the largest annual all-1
straight time and continued to Freshman banqu'et in the history of
m o v e rapidly toward another ' the Union.
world s baseball championship.b Grove left Prof. W. D. Henderson "We are now in the throes of the
off ingheuop engrme, butrad .Director of. the extension divi- birth of a new world," Professor
ing considerably more fire-balling ion of the University, who spoke, Henderson stated. He added that
to the proceedings BigGeorge last night on "Fresh Men for a this new world would require men
Earnshaw shot the redbirds down Fresh World" at the annual all- of a stamina and character that
on the wings while his long range Freshman banquet at the Union. was never known in the old world
artillery support knocked Charles "which died in 1914."
Flint Rhem out of the box and I l ~ l1~~~Abbot Welcomes Freshmen
gave the Athletics a decisive tri- 0[ hrAs toastmaster, Prof. Waldo Ab-
umph by the score of six to one. He bot, head of the freshman English
Play Before Big Crowd.-T department, welcomed the 440 first-
Before another capacity crowd of 1Cyear men and stated that the fresh-
32,000 roaring cash customers who L LLI men are the most interesting class
contributed to a "Gate" of $152,735, 1 because "they are not yet standard-
exactly duplicating the figures for Has No Fear That Fascist Gains ized collegians."
the first game, Earnshaw over- . GeWill The nFielding H. Yost, director of ath-
powered the Cardinals in decisive em y i reaten letics gave a short address.
fashion allowing six hits all to- Economic Stability. Throughout his speech he stressed
gether, but only two in the last the love of the game no matter
seven innings and bagging a total TO BEGIN LECTURE TOUR what it was. "Work must be play,"
of eight strikeout victims with his
rifle shot speed and baffling curves.A he said, "or it cannot be successful."
The only Cardinal run was due NEW YORK, Oct. 3.-Dr. Halmar tion o f th e o as give i-
to a homer over the right field wall Schacht, former president of the bert F. Donohue '31 residenof
in the second inning by young er .Doou, 3, preien'o
George Watkins in his series debut German Reichsbank scoffed today the Union, who told of its origin in
oat bat, after which Earnshaw bore at the idea that Fascist gains in Judge Cooley's old house which
down and easily trained the St. | the recent German elections might stood on the present site of the
Louis flock despite a brand of sup- seriously interfere with Constitu- Union building. Professor Abbott
port that fell far below the sparkl- tional government, added to this sketch and told of
ing standard of the Mackmen yes- Arriving here on the liner Reso- his experiences as a member of the
terday. lute to start a speaking tour and to first Union organization.
Macks Get Seven Hits. place his 20-year-old son, Jans, in' Bell Stresses Activities
Mea'nwhile the Athletics again a Chicago bank for training, the Merton J. Bell, '31, president of
cashed in on every opportunity to German financier said his country's the Student Council, spoke for the
score. They collected only seven problems were economic, not politi- various campus activities and urged
hits altogether but all of them cal, and intimated that he doubted the Freshmen to take an active
were gathered off of the delivery of that the indemnity payments asked j interest in extra-curricular work.
Rhem in less than four innings of Germany were feasible. James O. H. Simrall, '31, captain
and all of them figured in .the run- Dr. Schacht left Germany on of the football team ,gave a short I
makings. election day and professed to be speech for athletics.
Again it was the heavy artillery out of touch with the political situ- With a history ana a descriptions
that did the damage and struck f ation. He was irritated, however, by of the various campus publications,
another severe blow to the hopes questions as to whether the people Paul C. Showers,'31 editor of the

IA. S. C. E. BANISHES I Samoc Sets Sail
ITWO UNIVERSITIES FOHIVI E for tlantcIo
f' s AGVERNOtla<tiyage. PRESIDENT HOOVER
Drops Mississippi University, IV S CO T S 'U A ' H L SP IM TC
A. and M.VFrom Roster.T BRISTOL, R. I., Oct. 3.-Sham-
(,?v A oatcd I C s C l M [ENMOS rock V, Sir Thomas Lipton's fifth. IE[ AI.WI i Srf
T. LOUIS, Oct. 3.-The board of unc elLscU IalnrLtei Elr American cup, set sail for the lon UI
directors of the American SocietyAh g
of Civil Engineers, in session here, voyage home late today. Only one
has voted to drop from the list of ;Wilbur M. Brucker Certified as member of her original crew reI Chief Executive Urges America
accredited engineering schools the Republican Gubernatorial mnained oher, the Enterp wse fiei to Maintain Present High
engineering unit of the UniversityoftecwofheEerisheHg
of Misissippi and the Misisippi Nominee for 1930. successful defender, who will help Standard of Living
Agriculture and Mechanical college, her over the Atlantic. !
it was announced today. LOSES ONLY 565 VOTES The sole member of Shamrock's SCORES POLITICAL FOES
The action was taken, a state- original crew was Capt. William
ment said, "in view of the summary Groesbeck's Aides, Still Hinting Paul, who was navigator in thetpoints Out Increase in Savings
dimnt oIo ageanubr finternational contest. He brought Pitru nres nSvns
smiaulty of the twola a numhole at Partiality, Withdraw Shamrock to this country and has Installment Buying As
not to make suitable instruction in sCourt Action. been placed in command for the Propitious Sign
engineering ' return voyage. Of his crew of 11, _
The statement added the student By Gilbert Shilson uive served aboard the Enterprise, (y Assocatd Press.)
chapters of the society at the two A. P. Staff Writer and one aboard the Weetamoe, one PUBLIC AUDITORIUM, Cleve-
schools will be discontinued until LANSING, Oct. 3. - Wilbur M. c thfeunsuccessf aspirants for land, Oct. 2.-President Hoover to-
Brucke officially became the Re-. u ees oos
such a time as proper education Bkr ffcniate fnome timenight told the American Bankers
conditions shall be reorganized publican candidate for Governor It had been known for some
codd today when Groesbeck's forces ca- that the green sloop's own crew association that although the cur-
pitulated and removed the last bar- did not relish a return passage rent business depression is world-
i EOrier that stood in his way. aboard her. Capt. Ned Herd, who wide, America must go forward in-
Brckrwo he a commanded the Challenger in the
Brucker won the nomination by a cup races and most of his ciew dependently to recovery and main-
plurality of 4,161 over Alex J.n o sailed for England more comfort- tain its standard of living.
Gks m ably on a steamer a week ago. At the same time the chief ex-
N U AP TD state wide recount which has been e ts "who ret th tings
raging for two weeks showed thatI ______ _ ecutive replied directly to political
r~rosbek c Brucer igopponents "who resent that things
t ~~~Groesbeck cut Brucker's original f NN
iState Deartment Will Continue lead by 565 votes. Both candidatesPL S U NDR1A will never get better and who wish
a to enjoin our temporary misery."
With Neutrality Policy lost votes in the recount, Brucker "To recount to these persons," he
1Ilosing more than Groesbeck. The 03O NSI 'i said, "the pors of co-operation
Towards Haiti, Cuba. official vote fortheentre sae nwsa9Idtee"the peogressnd theco-ertn
stands, Brucker 371484, Groesbeck between the people and the govern-
NO CHANGES PLANNED 366,758, as compared with 368,518jsitintmeniorat weoare
for Brucker and 364,357 in the origi- Dusenbury Announces Selection situation, or to mention that we are
(BAssiated Pres) nal primary canvassufferg less than other countries,
WASHINGTON Oct. 3.-Definite of Schweitzer as Art or that savings are piling up in the
Final Figuresf Annual. banks, or that our people are pay-
Ulied t e n The threatened litigation and ing installments purchases, that
United States in the present situ- controversy which beset the recount abundant capital is now pressing
ation in Cuba and complete neu- was swept away shortly after the for new ventures and employment
trality in the forthcoming elec- final figures were announced this Whilethes only inspired the unkind retort that
tions in Haiti have been determined morning. O. L. Smith and Edward Wk te staff is completing the we should fix our gaze upon the un-
Iwork on the Student hapyfetuesofthedelie.
upon by the American government. N. Barnard, attorneys for Groes- plans for the 1931 Michiganensia happy features of the decline."
tebeck, agreed to dissolution of a su- b ln o h 91Mciaesa raises Work of Bankers
After many weeks in which the ks are rapidly assuming a definite'k
preme court sustaining order pro- "You already have done much,"
state department has maintainedprm form. As a result of the competi-
hibiting certification of a candidate he said, 'and at this juncture the
an outward complacency toward the and announced to the state board tion held last spring for the Art responsibility of those in control
I political situation in Cuba, it be- of canvassers that the battle was ditor-in-cief has announced the of money and credit is great. With-
came known today that the poli- ended. Brucker was immediately selection of Frederick Schweitzer, out faith on your part and without
certified as the party candidate in your good offices, the early return
Jcy of the Hoover administration is the November election. Groesbeck 31A. The book will be printed by to full prosperity can not be ae-
at present the same as that enun- himself in a. statement issued in the Rogers Printing the Sv complished.
Dix"WeIknowothatwone' ohetherprc-
ciated by Elihu U. Root when sec- Detroit, concurred in the actionI Ingraving company of Detroit will reWe know that one/of the pre-
a of war under President M- taken by his attorneys. He declared, engrave the plates.yi requisites of ending a depeson
Kinley. This pronouncement in 1901 however, that he was surrendering This year the staff plans to cutis an ample supply of credit at low
K because "he can see no use in both- loose from obsolete traditions in ;rates of interest. This supply and
I embodied an interpretation of the ering the supreme court again," and eaboo cotr onad these rates are now available
1 Platt amendment controlling theyerokcntuto an utlz;thug tec-prtin fte
PlCuban-American relations, stating insisted that had he been granted a the new materials and methods through the co-operation of the
banks and the Federal Reserve
theamn-mentdid r noatonstem-ng fair and impartial recount he would now available to a publisher. The bsym.
plate Americans "intermeddling" have been the winner style of the 1931 Michiganensian "Them.
plae Aerian inermddlng "The recount being in the hand of will be modern, although not mod- " The income of a large part of
I with the internal affairs of Cuba. The ecoty being in the a of will be md- our people is not reduced by the
Onl suh ats s oul mar~tinthe secretary of state and the at-, ernistic. No attempt will be made
Only such acts as would maintan torney-general's department, I got to artificially secure an artistic ef- depression but it is affected by un-
protect what I expected," he said. *feetbut rather the materials of necessary fears and pessimism, the
lives and property and fulfill theI e, uI result of which is to sken the
e rBrucker replied with a statement the book will be so arranged as to
American obligation under t h e pleading for party harmony and bring out their own beauty in page consumption of goods and discour-
treay ofPari, cocluing he peadig fr paty hrmon i ndbrng siit ti heiagen enterprise.! ag eHerersethereatmos-os
treaty of Paris, concluding the "a united Republican front in the compositions. gphere of your offices will affect
Spanish-American war would be November election." The cover will distinctly depart r
justified under the declaration va ssers from the usual rubberstamped the mental attitude and, if you
communicated at that time to the "I wish to express my absolute; leather imitation, in that it will please, courage, of the individuals
1 late Major-General Leonard Wood, confidence in the honesty and incorporate white buckram and a o l nd pon you for both
then in Cuba. f fairness of the state board of can- new backing material. The old counsel and money "
At a conference with newspaper vassers," the gubernatorial candi- roman type will be discarded for Mr. Hoover praised the federal
m e n today, however, Secretary date stated. "They completed their a more legible and attractive mod- reserve system as furnishing "an
Stimson was careful to point out! enormous task with a minimum of ern style type. A dull coated paper admirable center for co-operation
that while the United States has friction and a maximum of consci- will be used in place of the shiny of the banking business with the
never intervened to maintain any j entious effort. The recount has !'stock of past times. New papers in production and distribution of in-
Cuban government in power, each established the undeniable fact silver coat and suede effect will dustries and the government in the
case must be looked upon accord-; that election boards all over the be used for division pages and end development of broad and detach-
ing to its merits and a case might state are honest. Now that it is sheets. Illustrations for division ed policies of business stability.?
arise in the future which might over, let the Republican party re- pages will be printed in water color Asks Consideration of Measures
distinguish it from those which the ceive the whole-hearted support of Ipastels and designed in the new H called upon the bankers to
American government uses as pre- all Republicans." two-dimensional dynamic s y m- consider "what further effective
cedents for its present policy. i metry style. As to content, the staff measures can be taken either in
Although this statement by the BANKER OPPOSES is .planning to better represen.t the the business world or in co-opera-
Secretary might be interpreted as BANK ER OPP SI year's activities by including new tion with the government in devel-
meaning the State department STOCK GAMBLING material. One entirely new section, opment of such policies, both for
looks for a possible change in its Administration, will be added. I the present depression and for
policy in the present situation, the Would Suspend Short Selling to the future."
general opinion among observers Ambassador to Honor is is no time-an audience of
here tonight was that only as a See Speculation Effects. . ,American leaders of business is no
last resort would the American aeoCetyc Anniversary place-to talk of any surrender. We
government at the present time (B ,ersoeya(esa rsress) have known a thousand temporary
I CHICAGO, Oct. 3.-A temporary (lUAoiatr Pess) Isetbacks, but the spirit of this
take decisive and drastic action so,suspension of organized short sell- WASHINGTON, Oct. 3.-Charles people will never brook defeat."
far as Cuba was concerned. ing on the New York stock ex- G. Dawes, the American ambassa--

c h a n g e to determine whether dor to England accepted appoint-
STATE SMOTHERS gamblers who play the market as ,ment as the delegate of the Na- HOUSE COLLAPSES;
YEARLING ELEVEN a game are responsible for unwar- tional Geographic society to the TAKES FIVE LIVES
ranted business pessimism was ad- 100th anniversary celebration of I
vocated today by Salmon O. Levin- the Royal Geographical society in Tenement Wall Cave-in Buries
Show Strong Attack and Defense son, Chicago attorney and econo- London on Oct. 21.TO
Against Michigan Plays. mic expert. The appointment was accepted in Twelve Occupants.
Mr. Levinson also advocated ap- a trans-Atlantic telephone conver-}
(By Assocwted Press) Ipointment of five associate gover- sation from London with Dr. Gil- (v Assoc'ated Press)
EAST LANSING, Oct. 3.-The fin- nors of the New York exchange to bert Grosvenor, president of the E.
al scrimmage at Michigan State for I investigate rumors and forecasts National Geographic society. The brick wall of a Greenwich village
the Michigan battle Saturday found and ascertain whether they have ambassador is a member of the 'tenement collapsed today burying
foundation for the benefit of the board of trustees of the same or- the 12 occupants and killing five of
the temperamental Spartans a sav- public. ganization. them in their sleep
age machine, an entire reversal of "In the United States every un-T ofu
itself during the session of Wednes- derlying factor favors continuous Grape Surplus Offers The foundations of the house on
Iday. prosperity, said Mr.hLevinson, who Er Greenwich Ave., opposite Jefferson
day. !has specialized in the reorganiza- Enforcement ProblemI Market court had been weakened
Goaded on by their coaches, the tion of railroad and industrial en- k"
Spartans tore through a freshman terprises. "We have the majority 3A Tssoiate'dPress) for years by adjacent excavations
! 11 on the offense and then sensa- E of the gold in the world. We have WAhatOt, D. C., Oct. 2.- and wreckers had been demolish-
tionally kept back a fresh yearling 'mass production we have high Reports that the problem of sur- ing four adjoining buildings.
team on the defense. It was the was; weuhave bi perg plus California grapes will be All of the wreckingcom-
wages, we have buying power. solved by increased home produc-
most encouraging work of the week E There is nothing against it save the tion of wine and rp i tod pany which tore down the four
for the coaches. uncontrolled irregularities of spe- gyhouses were ordered arrested by
irregaties ofa were brought to the attention of District AttorneyCrain
The most pleasing angle of the cualtions. The stock exchange I prohibit'in i irp.(Aor Amos W_ W I DisricAtorny Ca, who blamed

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of the redbird- might settle internal problems by Gargoyle, discussed journalistic ac-t
Mickey Cochrane, a home run revolution. tivities on the campus. Alfred J.I
hero of the first game, led the big "I Palmer, '32, chairman of the under-
barrage with his second successive "If there is trouble in Europe orPamr'3,cimnofteud-
over the world, I should say that class committee of the Union, ex-{
circuit clout in the first inning overte woierdp I so sy t_ plained the organization of the
after which Al Simmons, Jimmy there is perhaps more to be expect- freshman class into groups under
Foxx and Jimmy Dykes with the ed from other sides than from Ger- the direction of the Union. Parti-
helpful bat of Bing Miller fired the many," he retorted. "The Germans cular emphasis was placed on or-
big shot that brought about the are an orderly people. m aganization before the annual fresh-
downfall of the ill-fated Rhem. "Why is it that when a man men-sophomore games.
The combination of these heavy from the left rises to power in
howitzers on attack withhEarn- France there is no excitement, but INJURIES WEAKEN
shaw s sharpshooting one d when an Extreme rises to power
fense was simply too much for the in Germany it is different? Do you HARVARD HOPES
Cardinals in a game that had little think that we are a people without ---
of the drama and excitement of a strong sense of nationalism?" (B. Associated Press)
the opening day. Questioned as to possible reper- NEW YORK, Oct. 3.-The injury
Quetioedas o pssblerepr-jinx, one of the toughest of all
-.cussions from the elections, he ineo h ouetece
Ocusins roEth eecton, he1 football foes, seems to have selected
R-CH"EST1E WINS said: "Everything that has hap- Harvard as an ideal spot for oper-
BASEBALL CROWN I pened to Germany in these elec- ation.
J tions and prior to' them has been The Crimson suffered its third
. i within the constitutional provision. !
Defeat Louisville, 8-1, to Win I(ihntecnttuinlpoiin major casualty in as many days,
,I do not think that anyone in Ger- I today when Eddie Mays, half-back
Little World Series Imany wants to do anything against1 star, was declared physically unfit
the Constitution. for Saturday's double-header with
PARKWAY FIELD, Louisville, Oct. "You speak of Hitler and the Vermont and the U. S. Coast Guard
2.-Rochester Redwings, champions possibility of his changing the con- academy.I
of the International League for stitution. There will be no changes Mays was injured on Monday,I
three successive years, this after- unless the voters decide. Surely, and said nothing, but the injury
noon achieved their ambition of a man whose strength has been in- was spotted by the team's physi-
winning the little world series creased 10 times in an electionIcian today. Earlier in the week the
baseball championship by whip- would gain nothing by a drastic j Crimson had lost the services for
ping the Louisville Colonels, Amer- step when he can rely on the polls I at least a week of Ferddie White,
ican association pennant winners, ; of the people. full-back and Jim Talbot, guard, as
eight to one, in the eighth game of ' "It is of little importance that j well as three of the first string line
their series. Hitler has gained in strength but substitutes, Baldwin, Rex Hinlay-.
The Wings were thwarted last it does matter in the issue as to son, and Trafford.
year by the Kansas City Blues and whether Germany is to starve or I
the year before by the Indianapolis to live. If Germany starves, you SIGMA DELTA CHI
Indians. Their victory today an- will not find one, but many Hit- PLANS LUNCHEON
nexed the title for the Internation- lers." _
al league for the first time since In order to formulate plans for
1926 when Toronto won the crown. 'Olympia' to be First the Michigan Interscholastic Press
The 1930 series opened in thRihgnItrshlsiors
chester where the Redwings won Comedy Club Offering asociation convention to be held
three games and the Colonels one.,", here some time in November, Sigma
They divided the series with the "Olympia," by Molnar, as adapt- Delta Chi, national professional
Colonels at Parkway Field each ed by Sidney Howard, will be the
team winning two games. first presentation this year by 1 journalistic fraternity, will hold a
Comedy Club, it was announced by luncheon meeting for members on-
Pollock Arrives Home Richard Humphreys, '30, president. ly at the League Wednesday noon,

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