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VOL. XLI. No. 66 EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,

SUNDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1930

9IP POINCARE BACKS
STEEG MINISTRY
HARRY INSURGENTS'
FLEEINGPLACENTIA
300 Believed Killed or Wounded
in Fierce Morning Encounter'
Between Jaca and Huesca.
REVOLT DECLARED OVERt
Berenguer Says Federal Victor
Will End Struggle; Martial
Law May be Proclaimed.

UA P HOP TICKET SALE
OH L RE-OPENS MONDAY
POLIIC9 10UMSAll Juniors on Campus May Buy
PLITICAL FORUJMS __r~ By
Dance Tickets Tomorrow.
r0H C MING 119H Preferential sale of tickets for the
FOR CMINGYEARJ-Hop, to be held Feb. 13 in the

Directors Propose Program
Speeches by Leaders
in Statescraft.

of

COMMITTEE APPOINTED
Pendleton Library, Tap Room ro
be Opened to Patrons
at Union Dances.

opened tomorrow for all juniors of
the University. Bids may be secured
from 3 to 5 o'clock in the Union.
The sale will continue through
Friday with the possibility of its
being opened to the general cam-
pus at the end of the week.
Booths for the J-Hop will not be
made up for fraternities or campus
organizations unless the list sub-
mitted to the committee contains
20 to 25 couples, all of whom have
narha d tin k tc K 'nth Mr C l_

EDITOR OICUSSES Sports Summaries
(For Complete Stories See Pages
The Michigan basketball team
NGlast night turned back an early
19T P ISS 11T1 rally by the Michigan State five
AT PRESS MEETING~ ponst edtesoes
to win easily, 32-22. Daniels scored
A. L. Miller Gives Last Address Stecker raced 56 yards for a
at Convention of High touchdown in the final quarter of
Schol nlists the Army-Navy football game yes-
Sooljournalts.terday to give West Pointers the
game, 6-0. 70,000 people attended
NILES CAPTURES TROPHY the game, the proceeds of which
----will go to charity.
Detroit Northwestern Is Second * *
in Contest; Salisbury, The Varsity hockey team defeat-
ed the University of Western On-
Humphreys Speak. tario last night at the Coliseum,i
----4-2. Crossman scored two voals for

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-pur aseu Lices, nennebrr iv1'ui c "'AtLs a-n aJ1.cu .wU gals or
(By Associated Press) Open forum discussions on poli- lum, general chairman, stated yes- A. L. Miller, editor of the Battle the winners. Michigan outplayed
I tical issues, led by leaders in politi- terday in response to numerous in- Creek News-Enquiref, speaking at the visitors except during the first
MADRID, Dec. 13.-In and out cal thought, a projet proposed by quries. Booths will be made up in i the final assembly of the ninth an- quarter. Schnarr starred for On-
among the snowdrifts of the north- ao r d e r of application, McCallum nual Michigan Interscholastic Press tario.
ern mountain passes Federal caval- the Union, was considered yester-i said. association, yesterday t o 1 d t h e-n
ry today harried retreating rebel day at a meeting of the Union- -- -- state's young journalists that ar r
forces, fleeing in disorder after a Boaru of Directors. budgeted editorial and business pol- H1lBl
furousbatleintheviiniy f A te smetm omttee HE L CT R icy is necessary for the success ofRE NT P Ed
Ruae in the vicinity rm nd Poincareunder the direction of Prof. Evans their future publications. The ad- d
Placencia. FormeraFrench premier wh, it udrtedrcino rf vn dress was given at a luncheon at a
Premier Berenguer, with dispat- is understood, is supporting the Holbrook and comprising T. Hawley 'RNL12:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon in UEWJIUc
ches from the front before him, as- newly formed cabinet of Senator Tapping, secretary of the Alumni liU L ELLtheUnion, the last of the sessions c
serted that the revolt which began Theodore Steeg. If the Steeg min- association, Prof. H. C. Anderson, of n the three-day conference period.
in the garrison at Jaca yesterday istry fails, Poincare may be named the engineering college, Theodore Niles Paper Wins Trophy. New Plan to Provide More Than
had been ended by the federal vic- premier without portfolio. C B e '31L nd Frank E. Cooe Power Expert Will Deliver Two Niles High school was awarded Half Pay for Professors
tory, but reports persisted that the . a, a , Speeches on Electric the new 10-inch loving cup trophy A a]
trouble was not yet over.I '31, was appointed to investigate the IPlants Tomorrow which will be given annually to the at Age of Seventy.
Troops Near French Border, UIIIIL feasibility of sponsoring such a -lnsThro. with the best representationm pensions for M
Topweebigcnetae LiILIL I prograu . ..,ntinll ec, and attendance at the con- RetirementpninsfrMchi-
Troops were being concentratedpr kpeintefrrsudn Samuel S. Wyer, nationally recog- tr eNe exhibitnl gam professors to supplement the t
in the revolutionary north near the f Desk space in the fomer student nie uhrtInfe n oe ventions. The Niles exhibit includedgnprfsostsule nthet
French border and late this after- offices in the Union was granted to nized authority on fuel and power specimens of business, editorial, ad- dwindling funds of the Carnegie i
Fnn morer and matenhi were Lh inteatnityonas grand problems, will lecture at 11 o'clock I foundation were approved by the (
noon more than 3,000 men were te Iarrangement was made for the Stu_ tomorrow morning in ioom 348, Ar-: petngayothoing th - Board of Regents at their meeting h
sent to the Huesca sector from the arneetwsmd o h t--Icmlt aot hwn h e
Mari garrisn set go----ntdent Council, if that body should chitectura building, on Muscle lopment in hout honthe e day,mayst
Meaomeniinthepubicaiono. hehridyotvwsrmdeenowtyeter
d. tiae Brown Declares Dictatorship Is desire to take advantage of the im- Shoals," and at 4:15 o'clock tomor Moon, school newspaper, and the day by President Alexander G. s
was ready to proclaim martial law p drI row afternoon in Natural Science Ruthven.
throughout the kingdom, but the Not Attempt to Reject p qauditorium on *The Fundamentals troit Northwestern High school was The plan, which has been in the t
authorities professed to believe that English War Debt. To Open Library as Lounge. of Electrical Power Distribution." s rt sen High swas' The pa whi s in e P
this extreme measure would be un- ns a ~ In connection with the Union, We scnutn niero i awarded second place. The sweep- process of preparation since ebru- t
hsexrmmasrwodben-nthe Wyer is consulting engineer of !tkstoh aprvosana ary, 1929, under the Regents' com- w
necessary. (By Associated Press) dances, it was decidedthat the the Fuel-Power-Transportation Ed- stakes trophy, a previous annualr- 1929, undrithn Regents' com- nd
There was no official announce- LONDON, Dec. 13. - The mani- Penidelton library on the second ucation foundation, Columbus, 0. 'award, was not given at the lunch- mittee comprising Regents Beal and of
Tetregadingte n umer nofcas- fesoNissdN, ee o bh Si - oor of the building would be Haso witnan umb s eon yesterday but will be announc- Sawyer, Vice-President Shirley W. t
ment regarding the number of cas- festo issued a week ago by Sir Os- d as a loune after 11 o'clock Helas written a number of booksI ed in the next issue of the M.I.P.A. Smith, and Prof. James W. Glover, c
ualties in this morning's battle wald Mosley, in which he urged openhotof afneson public utilities problems, and Bulletinprovides for the retirement at the
which began at dawn between Jaca that a board of five men be set up on the nights of all dances has held a number of government Bg etnh b
and Huesca. It was believed that to deal with the economic crisis, The Tap room will be open to posts on commissions and bureaus. At the morning session of yester- rageof 70 of men who have been cf
there were hundreds either killed carried with it no hint of a repu- dance patrons after 12 o'clock on He was at one time consulting mnday' M. I. P. A. gatheing, Wilbur R.' professors for 25 years or instruc- fr
or wounded, but the only definite diation of Great Britain's war debt, such nights as shall be decided by ineer or the bureau of standards Hiumnphreys, assistant dean of the trs and professors for 30 years.tB
information was that five federals according to a statement issued by theenouse committee. and has been chief of natural gas ii t e r a r y college, spoke on the Since May 1, 1929,members of thed B
and two rebels were killed and a the Laborite W. J. Brown, who was I The purchase of the pictures of conservation and gas engineer of troubles of students entering and facult who have ben affected by ai
dozen or so wounded. Stretcher- one of the 18 signers. ! the University presidents which wdiy the United States Bureau of Mines. Draining at the University., He was the offer of te Carnegie enter- i
beaxers.followetthetroops through Dealing with a misapprehension be included in the new Union Hall Having just attended an impor- ollwed by Duane Salisbury, of the prises, made in 115, to provide u
the mountains and it was expected which he said had resulted from;I of Fame was authorized by the tant conference in New York, Wyer I Service Engraving company, of De- retirement pensions, could have re-,
that the total of casualties would the i s s u a n c e of the manifesto, Board. It was also decided to in- will bring the latest views on the i t oit, who gave a talk on imagina- ceived a maximum annuity of
increase. Brown stated: e lude an abridged financial report Muscle Shoals project. He will at- tion in high school publications. $1,500 after the age of 65. The plan s
re t No repudiation of the war debt of the Union in one of the issues of, tempt to clarify a question that has Convention Closed Yesterday. as passed by the Regents will en-~f
Mare tharnt 100 prisoners were i ny shape o o e sug Th Alumnus magazine ' been a subject of contention for The convention was closed at the large this amount at the age of 70 g
taken, according to reports to the in any shape or farm has been sug- he Aunsmgazinre.eran sro oeo unho etedyb teaad to one-half the average salary forh
premier. Among them are several gested. What is suggested is tha Anderson Named to Committee. several years, and is now bone of luncheon yesterday by the award- tolthe a re ryor h
rebel officers who are to be court the annual contribution to the Professor Anderson was named fote bigest srt sesn b n of the trophies, and with ans he f ying rei n I
martialed. There were universified snking fund for repayment of the to fill the vacancy on the finance fore thepresent short session of nouncements for the next conven- plus $400. The maximum pension
reports that a summary court mar- debtsonb es Mue, fixed at a time when none committee made vacant through Coges onb ele arr of the jorhsbe sta 40.I
rtpi t ha te sme ote capforesaw the present crisis, should the resignation of Dean G. Carl The Muscle Shoals plant has nalism department, toastmaster at Under the new system, the pro- t
til had executed some of the cap- reduc in i , present uber. d Good a 1B d been advocated as a war measure, jthe luncheon. fessors will pay 5 percent of their e
Federals Move Near Jaca. conditions." I will replace Professor Anderson on ntaepat sapwrpat ueteUiest
tive on he sot-as a scientific Qxperimenlt, as a~ annual salary into the fund anda
While Mosley followers declared the House committee. Albert F. nitrate plant, as a power plant, and Parade in India the University will provide the oth- r
General Berenguer said the fed- as a farm relief measure. Wyer will er 5 percent or the additional ba- t
eras troops had moved from two themselves satisfied with the deep Donohue, '31, president of the Un-asafrreifmsu.Wyrwl I- r D dP tioncsaytopvdehee-It
pont towad Jaca d cri thI affect their manifesto has had, the 'ion, also announced the appoint- attempt to explain whether as a Honors Dead Patr I Tiane necessary to provide the pen- t
points, toward 'Jaca, crushing theLarrakhaegnrlygnrdmn fEwdKu ,'3,aa- fertilizer plant it would prove effec-I( sions. This plan will take effect A
rebels in a wedge and putting them Labor ranks have generally ignored ment of Edward Kuhn, '32, as as- friie ln twudprvef cI (By Associated Press)Ja.1 1931, and will affect only
it. The Conservatives have been sistant chairman of the House com- tive for farm relief, or whether it (sJan.1, ,
to flight. A quanity of amrnuni- paying more attention to it than mittee, and Louis Butenschoen, '31, should be scrapped along with BOMBAY, Dec. 13. -Several hun- those professors who were expect- e
tion and stores were left behindI
bth ndefeted fore efId any of the other parties because, to the assistait chairmanship of other government projects, such as dred thousand Indian nationalists ing pensions as great as those pro-
by the defeated forces. . they assert, in it the Mosleyites the reception committee. airplane factories and old barracks. marched today in one of the most vided in the original Carnegie P
The federals opened their attack impressive processions Bombay has foundation agreement.'t
with field artillery, swept the en- flirted with protection. For the benefit of those who have __r wt__d ahf nl__p___anne et__h_
em akadbogttecvlycommunications to convey to the ever witnessed at the funeral of Specific announcement of thev
emy back and brought the cavalry Bo.domm rctos, th scedule man who was killed by a motor method of carrying this plan into n
into y as the rehartial Law in Cuba Airplane truck whose progress with a load of effect will be made in the near fu-~t
in a rout. Continues the coning meetingswasdannounc- foreign cloth he was attempting to lure.
Continues___ Peacefully ed. On the second Saturday in the Almost Takes Star --ostuc.e
B AN R TOT L I(BAsoitdPes)second semester, the election of the) btut
BR AINARD' TSALK <ByAssoiatedPress).Electoral Board will take place. This Trackman for Ride The whole police force of Bombay Law Graduate to Talk h
ON CHILD'S TOYS HAVANA, Dec. 13.-No disorders board will name the officers of the mobilized to keep the demonstra- Before Education Club
were reported in Cuba today, r t ill artehe coming year and will 1tion from breaking into open vio-
thr a hog wihter nonfrtecmn ya n i ece u hywr obliged to
Psychologist Will Lecture Over public has lived withouthconstitu- announce the appointments at a When Ensign McDonald, visiting chnarge the mobwith athis,awhip Amelio Javier, graduate law stu-
Radio in Parents'Hour. tional rights due to the suspension meeting a week before The a- the Ann Arbor airport, started his like stave, and 30 of the national- dent at the University, and a grad-
dof guarantees ordered by President etng the selester will eohel plane yesterday, there were no ists were injured. uate of the University of the Philip- I
Paul P. Brainard, of the psychol- Machado when the goveinmen was the, week following Spring vacation. chocks underneath the wheels. Dal- I Soldiers with fixed bayonets were pines, will discuss Philippine educa-
ogy department, will discuss "Toys threatened by political unrestton Seymour, '31, Varsity quarter- stationed on the great open beach tion at the meeting of the Men's
for Children" at 5 o'clock this after- Troops have been called out only Fs of Tardiu miler, sitting in the cockpit, sud- known as Chowpathy Sands, where Education Club to be held at 7
noon during .the Parent-Teacher at two points, Cienfuegos and Friends of 1 -eo denly found the ship moving, and the Congress leaders intended to
program broadcast from the Uni- " Guantanamo, and the series of dis- A c ,burn the body with spectacular cer- o'clock Monday night in room 304
versity studio. Charles B. Ruegnitz, turbances which threatened to cul- Commence Attacks not knowing how to fly, he didn t emonies. of the Union.
baritone, will be the soloist on the minate in an armed revolution Iknow just what to do under the cir- -
program. seemed today to have been tem- on teeg s Cabinet cumstances. Mechanics and others SOPH PROM 'AW NUTS' MAKE NIGHT
Prof. Robert B. Hall, of the geo- porarily halted. shouted to him to cut the swiitch. P
graphy department, will speak on There are 57 days remaining un- (B Associated Press) But they neglected to say which NOT SO EASY FOR TAXICAB PILOTS
"Population Problems in Japan" on til Machado's specially invested au- PARIS, Dec. 13.-Frenchmen of way was off, with the result that
Monday afternoon. The School of thority for a 60-day suspension of I every shade of political belief were he only turned on more power. Ann Arbor's Meterologsts Feel from over 50 stores in fawn had
Education will present the Tuesday guarantees expires. asking themselves tonight how long However, someone with presence also been summoned to this house
afternoon program featuring Prof. During this time the government the Steeg government, completed of mind seized the tip of the wing, Hurt at Student Jokesa e e sme to he
Clifford Woody,ireerences hopes to see political difficulties today, would last. and started the plane going around I and Parsimony. dent who ordered them, they said,
ironedtouteprticalydinfiter- ter, oul lst__sid
bureau of educational references ironed out, particularly in refer- After struggling with what seem- circles until the engine could be was not to be found.
and research, who will discuss ence to the student situation, which ed to be almost insoluble difficulties s hut off. Meanwhile, Seymour F. B. G. .Another example was cited by the
"Teaching Johnny to Read." Ray- at the present moment is the most Senator Theodore Steeg presented jumped out, and sustained only AXI DRIVERS almost unani- starter of one cab company whoc
mond Morin, pianist, will be heard important under consideration. the country with a ministry to suc- minor cuts about the face. Later I mously agreed that last Friday told of a series of phone calls or-
on this program. i-ceed the defeated one headed by he said: "I saw the plane heading night, because of the combined at- dering cabs to be sent to different
John R. Swain, of the English de- Mechanical Engi s Adrew Tardieu r 'for a bunch of cars, so I jumped tractions of the Soph Prom and houses on one block at the same
prtmentr will talk on Wednesday Friendserf fmI right away." Those present agreed. "Aw Nuts," was the busiest that time. Although the starter thought
a ternoo about "ealismie Slokst liHttdentime Dinerdeclaring' ethat under the circumstances they they will have for the rest of the Ithat it was a student prank; lie was
spearean Drama." Sidney Straight- toHoldlAnnualDidnneri would have done the same thing. year. Judging by former records, forced to send the cabs out for fear
tenor, will furnish the musical pro- The annual student-faculty din- wniht two demands for interpola-' No one else was hurt, and the they expect that the demands for that one of the calls might be a
gram. ner of the student branch of the I tion on its policies had already been plane left fifteen minutes later for conveyances on the night of the nessary oneh
Prof. Leslie A. White, of thea American Society of Mechanical addressed to the president of the Detroit. J-Hop will be considerably less than Little variety in the life of the
thropology department, will speak '1hme fDpte.onl Friday when, as one of them taxi chauffeur is offered, however,
on some subject relating to his par- Engineers will be held at 6:15 I Chamber oDeputiesaid, "every co-ed in ton seemed by tdnt tipi Most f t
tiular field Thursday afternoon. o'clock Tuesday at the Union. almost unanimously op- to have a date." o not tip at all, drivers stated. The
The Midnite Sons Quartet will offer The banquet is being sponsored pped ste Lnanimly dirWethcMercury Poeson The life of a taxi driver in Ann general concensus of opinion was
o t oL B d~ y ino +i-r, +ti1 nlthat women students were more

a program following Professor by student members of the society of $m a aes iy Ca
ahie' paml n o o ydentll embiversin onortoe the tor of the newspaper Intranscige- Mrs. Joseph Owad, 507 Glen ave- pears to be a maze of variety. Un- liberal with their gratitudes than
Whit's alk an wil b gien n hnor0 - ant" wrote this afternoon:
The Saturday night program will faculty of the mechanical engin- nue, sought death by poisoning late dergraduate minds are very adept I the men. Jewish students usually
be omitted this week because of eering department. Prof. R. K. Im- "The government will fall on its t Friday night when she swallowed a at contriving new practical jokesttip higher than any other group on
the general exodus of faculty and I mel exchan e professor in the first important debate in the Cha ran it henrse swlm ed. a try on the chauffeurs. Several ex the campus, they said.
I me, echage rofsso inthe y ___ _ .,.-A -Fii- hiqnity of choride of mercury it tryon he caufeursgSeera

PRICE FIVE CENTS
IROMAGE SEEKS0
1OV1ERNING PLAN
fvers Michigan Should
Consider Reform
in System.
SKS HOME RULE
)pposes Constitutional
Limitations Upon
Counties.
Michigan cannot afford to ignore
ew projects for the reform of local
Ural government, Prof. Arthur W.
romage, of the political science
epartment, declared last night in
University radio address in dis-
issing the efficiency of Michigan
unty government.
Does Not Want One System.
"I do not favor the saddling of
ny single system of county govern-
ent upon the 83 counties of Mich-
an," he said. "It is a breach of
he principles of local self govern-
ent. Moreover, no single type of
ounty government, even the long
eralded county manager plan, has
emonstrated itself to be infinitely
uperior to the others," he said.
Article VIII of the state consti-
ution casts county government in-
o a rigid mold, regardless of
'hether that single mold makes for
filciency. It sets up the same basic
ypes of organization for all the 83
ounties of the state, he said.
In urban counties the board of
ounty supervisors is made up of
rom 35 to 50 members. "A group of
his size is not a board." Professor
romage said, "it is a convention,
,nd you cannot effectively admin-
ster county government by such
nwieldly boards."
Advocates Home Rule.
Professor Bromage advocated a
ystem of home rule as one remedy
or the current problems of county
overnments. "This does not mean,"
.e said, "that counties will be en-
irely free from the state legisla-
ure. State control and supervision
nust be retained, for example, in
axation," he pointed out and add-
d further that "it would not be
dvisable to give the counties home
ule rights as to the judicial sys-
em." However, he advocated that
hey be freed from the shackles of
rticle VIII so that they can at
east determine what form of gov-
rnment they shall have.
"When Michigan has a home rule
frovision which permits each coun-
y to draft and adopt by majority
ote its own charter, then some, if
iot most, of the counties will wish
o consider the new form of gov-
rnment, the county manager plan,
is a means of greater efficiency,"
he said.
PHYSICIST LAUDS.
GERMAN SCHOOLS
Duffendack Addresses Initiation
Banquet of Honor Society.
German school systems aid great-
y in making the people of that na-
ion the best disciplined of any
ountry in the world, stated Prof.
O. S. Duffendack, of the physics

department, in his speech at the
nitiation banquet of the Omega
chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, hon-
orary education fraternity, h e ld
last night at the Union.
He said that the German edu-
cation system differed from ours
in that they did not attempt to
raise the intellect of the masses
but rather that of the higher social
classes and those of the lower
classes who s h o w e d exceptional
ability.
Professor Duffendack also stress-
ed the advantage of the single ses-
sion of school, which is almost uni-
versal in Germany, in giving the
children more time to be at home
under the influence of their fam-
ilies.
The speaker was introduced by
Dean J. B. Edmonson, of the School
of Education.
The initiates are: Fred Dunham,
A. L. Hagener, Don Miller-, James
Smith, Fred Stevenson, and Philip
Wargelin.
PrezL Former Nobel

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