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The Weather
Partly cloudy; cooler Tues-
day; Wednesday fair and cool.

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VOL. XLIII No. 146

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1933

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Varsity Wins
Battle With
Ypsilanti 12-4
Maize-And-Blue Team Re-
taliates For Defeat Dur-
ing Spring Vacation
Braendle, Petoskey
Each Score Three
Nine Runs Scored During
Fifth And Sixth Innings
By Wolverines
By ALBERT H. NEWMAN
Starting with two hits and three
runs in the first frame, Michigan's
Varsity diamond team staged a
comeback in the hitting department
of the game to win over the Huron
aggregation from Ypsilanti, 12-4. The
contest was staged on Ferry Field
yesterday afternoon.
Two pitchers, Mo ; and Quinlan
were required to stem the tide of
Wolverine hits: Patchin, Coach Fish-
er's sophomore right-hander, went
the entire route for Michigan. He al-
lowed ten hits and garnered eleven
strikeouts while his teammates were
able to score thirteen safeties.
Big Fifth Inning
The fifth and sixth innings were
big ones for the Wolves; together
they accounted for nine runs, Mott
being driven from the mound after
four runs had been scored in the fifth
stanza. Teitelbaum staged a come-
back at the plate with two singles
and a.triple, while Artz continued his
consistent stick work, and Petoskey
and Water-bor contributed more than
their share. Seitz and Batterson had
a good day at the plate for the Hu-
rons',
A short fistic bout featured the
fifth inning as Patchin, coming back
to second after taking a long lead,
was spiked by Wittkop, Ypsilanti
shortstop. The players were separated
by their respective teammates.
Infield play in general was ragged
throughout the game in both outfits.
Thel Ypsilaniti out~ffit committed five
ciors, while Michigan accounted for
four. The Wolverines, however, man-
aged to space their errors so suc-
cessfully that they were not very
costly.
That fact, coupled with the cir-
cumstances that Patchin spaced the
visitors' clouts so that not more than
one run was made in any inning,
gave the Maize and Blue team the
conte3t by a comfortable margin.

Confers With Roosevelt

1loosevelt And
Herriot Begin
JointParley
Administration Bill Is At-

Local EnthusiastsIWill PutNew
Consider Carnival;
For Roller Skalr, Co-Ed uling
With campus enthusiam for roller-
skating increasings by leaps and In Operatioii
bounds, suggestions were frequent
yesterday to stage a skating carni-
val at th enri fr thuro k A ni- ives- igh113E' tl) rt'iJ

4 a~ el ' I a U UIetitU Ule WeeK . num-
tacked ByDmcasA
By Democrats As ber of telephone calls were received
'Policy Of Isolation' at The Daily requesting it to back
a program for Friday night.
Pl sChief of Police Thomas O'Brien
Rooseveit Pleased said he would permit Tappan Street
I . e sbetween the Lawyers Club and Mar-
Wi h Talks Results tha Cook Building to be roped off
for skaters if the carnival takes
Belnnett's Arrival Signal- pace.
B Events requested include a num-
izes Importance Of Tariff ber of single and relay races, obstacle
and otherwise, and fancy and trick
skating contests.
Although no decision was reached
WASHINGTON, April 24.-(/)- last night, it appeared highly prob-
Ushered in by an encouraging state- ably that, if the weather permits,
ment of progress from the Anglo- the carnival will be held.
American discussions, the heralded _____niva_____eheld._
meeting between President Roosevelt -
and Edouard Herriot of France was Pre p
looked to tonight to reinforce world
co-operation towards trade revival. I
The Franco - American meeting To Meet Here
came, however, at a ,time when the
administration bill was being viewed n"
in the Ii yht of attacnk from within ,n State Finals'

--Associated dress Photo
J. RAMSAY MACDONALD
Senate Fails
once More To
Pass Beer Bill
Wilkowski Fort Rejection;
Many Objections Are Ad-
vanced Before Tabling
LANSING, April 24.- UP)- The
Senate tonight rejected the confer-
ence report of the administration
beer measure on motion of Sen. An-
thony J. Wilkowski, administration
floor leader.
Wilkowski said the bill will be
returned to the House, wIich in
turn will refer the measure to its
liquor traffic committee again.
Amendments will be added in com-
mittee, including one to attach a
specific appropriation clause. House
leaders promised speedy action when
the bill re-emerges from committee.'
Sen. Ray Derham (Rep., Iron,
Mountain) found a clause which he,
claimed would force home brewers
to be licensed. He declared the Re-<
publicans will insist upon an amend-,
ment. The measure provides for the
issuance of licenses for the manu-
facture of beer or wine. Derham

1 oEnjoy New ree(doll
A ruling giving new privileges to
senior women which was recently
adopted by the Women's Self-Gov-
erning Association will go into effect
immediately, Dean Alice C. Lloyd an-
nounced yesterday. The amendment
was presented as a result of a recent
survey which showed sentiment
amonny n c n- dr t be h(, cverh ,nminn1,,

, U 1 gIU tU l nL 4 UC 111 1 L1111I
the Democratic party itself as mean-
ing a policy of isolation, of America
living unto herself."
With M. Herriot and Prime Min-
ister Bennett of Canada just wel-
comed at the White House by the
President, he and Ramsay MacDon-
ald of Great Britain joined in a
statement revealing they had con-
sidered the "world price level, central
bank policies, monetary standards,
exchange restrictions, improvement
in the status of silver," and other
means of restoring world trade. Re-
ciprocal tariff reductions had their
place. War debts were not mentioned
in the statement.
VOICE SATISFACTION
WASHINGTON, April 24.-(R)-
The chiefs of the British and Ameri-
can governments, looking back on
their ceaseless labors of the last
three days, proclaimed tonight their
"deep satisfaction."
At the same time they said that
definite agreements on measures for
bolstering the world's economic
structure had been reserved for the
world monetary and economic con-
ference meeting in London about
two months from now.
"It was never the Durnose of the

in favor of the changes. America, will be the key-note of thel
The petition as it was passed read: honors convocation exercises to be
Manustique Fin, eaIn h
FlintT s "The rules governing closing hours held at 11 a., m. Friday in Hill Audi-
ItTo DecideoChampionsip, sm toriuni. Dr. Stephen P. Duggan, di-
E o oepssdb h oe' rector of the Institute of Interna--
Friday In Auditorium Self-Governing Association, are to be ticnal Education, will speak on the
--- amended to permit senior women subject, "Our Changing Policy To-
Manistique High School's affirm a- maintaining a B standing to obtain ward Latin-America."
tive debate team will meet Flint Dr. Duggan has been most success-
Northern High School's negative any special late permissions, over- fin Drootng beer undess-
team Friday in Hill Auditorium to night permissions during the week, ings among nations, according to
decide the championship of the and any other special privileges from Pros Jonp aydn oiti- t
Michigan High School Debating i their house chaperons instead of reg- cal science depatmen. Ie has bee
League. istering their intentions at the office F cne of the chief forces in promotingt
Manistique will be represented by of the dean of women as was pre- the exchange of intellectual ideas 1
Leon Willoughby, Clayton Burrell, viously requried." among various nations, Professor
and Jack McIntosh. The team is Discuss Plan Later Hayden says, and has been instru-
coached by Preston N. Tanis. Flint "This does not necessarily mean mental in bringing to this country
Northern's team is coached by James that the number of their late per- a large number of distinguished
A. McMonagle and is composed of missions is increased," Dean Lloyd scholars and educators from other1
William Hood, Arthur Hurand, and explained yesterday. "It simply saves lends and in making it possible for1
Don Mayfield. . these particular girls a trip to the American intellectual leaders to workf
The record of the two teams is as office. This plan is to be tried until and travel abroad.
follows: Manistique won the cham-i June when at a meeting of the house "He was most effective as a mem-#
pionship of the Upper Peninsula and chaperons its success will be dis- ber of the Monroe Commission," Pro-#
hsdefeated Gladstone, Marenisco cussed and possibly further plans fessor Hayden said yesterday, "which
Cheboygan, Saginaw Arthur Hill, and offered." made an extensive survey of public
Grand Rapids Central high schools education in the Philippine Islands a z
in the elimination series. Flint North- This amendment will only affectnedaofntePhiagppindIand- a
ern conducted its preliminary de- Sections 2 and 3 of Article E in the nuber of years agoublic ed ation
bates in the Saginaw Valley League House Rules for Undergraduate system of the islands has been mod-
winning eight out of nine debates Women which, for privileged senior ified to meet the recommendations
and the league championship. In the women, will read: "Any girl wishing of that commission.
elimination series they have won vic- to be out of her house over night "Dr. Duggan has recently com-
tories over Lapeer, Detroit St. An- during the week may register her pleted a journey in South America,
thony, Davison, Detroit Mackenzie, plan with her house chaperon. Also which has helped increase Latin-
and Trenton. This gives them the all engagements which may detain American viewpoints of this country
impressive record of only one defeat her later than the regular hours for and to increase in those countries
in fourteen debates. any night other than Friday, Satur- sympathy for the United States.
These schools are the only two re- day or Sunday may be registered "Having spoken in many univer-
maining out of the 68 schools which with the chaperon." sities throughout the world, Dr. Dug-
entered the elimination series this Following is the list of the seniors gan has a keen understanding of the
year. who have maintained a B average, University student and his problems."
At the conclusion of the champion- and are automatically granted these Classes will be excused at 11 a. m.
ship debate the six final debaters privileges: Friday to allow all students to attend
will be presented with gold watches M CheckStadi the convocation, an annual event at
and the two finals teams will each be ay k andgs which the students who have made
given a large bronze trophy cup by Jeannette Albrecht, Helen Brown superior scholastic records are hon-
the Detroit Free Press. The two semi- Allen, Louise Allen, Gladys Baker, ored, it has been announced.
final teams will receive smaller Vinselle Bartlett, Kathryn Baylis, Sara Special invitations to attend the
bronze cups given by the University. Bennett, Helen Bentley, Rose Mary convocation are being sent to the
Malcolm W. Bingay, editorial di- Best, Alice Boter, Barbara Braun, upper tenth in scholastic rating of
rector of the Free Press will make Vera Bringleson, Frances Caldwell, the senior class, freshmen and soph-
the presentations for that paper, and Helen Campbell, Jean Cowden, Jean omores who have maintained an av-
Mr. Ira M. Smith, registrar and Crawford, Mary Davis, Eula DePriest, erage of half A and half B, the newly
chairman of this year's champion- Helen DeWitt, Annetta Diekhoff, elected members of Phi Beta Kappa,
ship debate will give the University Ruth Dietrich, Eleanor Dwinell, Mary1 Phi Kappa Phi, and Tau Beta Pi, and
awards. j Ferderick, Phyllis Fuhry, Margaret the reciietoffshol-

Alderman Walter Sadler declared
the people might wish to vote "no"
on beer and then would vote "no"
on the entire ballot.
The possibility that beer might be
sold under the present restrictions
was advanced by Alderman Max
Krutsch. But William M. Laird, city
attorney, exploded the idea with a
definite "No, it cannot."
Alderman Leigh Young suggested
that Mr. Laird draw up a new resolu-
tion which would restrict sales to

ROX SCORE

Michigan AB
Rcgeczi, rf ....... 1
Artz, f..........4
Waterbor, ss .... 5
Braendle, if .. . 3
IRatterman, if . .. 0
Petoskey, ef......5
Diffley, c..... 4
Teitelbaum, ss .... 3
Manuel, lb.. . .5
Paulsen, 3b......4
Patchin, p ....... 2

R
0
2
2
3
0
3
0
0
0
0
2

H
0
3
2
1
0
2
1
3
0
1
0

PO
0
4
2
0
0
1
11
1
0
0

A
0
0d
1
0
0
0
2
3
0
1

E
0
0
2
0(
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
4
E
1
0(
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0

contends it must be changed to ac- present discussions to conclude defi-
quiro licenses only when beer and nite agreements," a joint statement
wine is manufactured "for sale." issued at the White House said.
Attack Group Exemption "They were designed to explore and
Another protest was directed at a to map out the territory to be cov-
section exempting members of the ered. This purpose has been admir-
State Liquor Control Commission ably served by the conversations
from prosecution or suit in connec- which have taken place."
tion with any commission act. Der- Study Money Standards
ham and Sen. William Doyle (Rep., Among the subjects listed as con-
Menomisre) claimed this would "al- . Am nt schetsledtaset-
low members of the commission to sidered but not scheduled to be set-
walk away with the fixtures." tled definitely until the London con-
The new objections ere stacked ference was that of monetary stand-
ards. Others were the world price,
nnfnoff-nkn ~tn7 AC1 anF1I

Totals .. ... .36 12 13 27 12

M.S.N.C. AB
Batterson, 3b . .5 .
Wittkop, ss . ... 4
Cohen, lb ........ 5
Seitz, rf .........5
1J, Worzniak, 2b .. 5
Gruber, of . . . . . . . 4
J. Worzniak, If 3
Packard, c.......4
Mott, p .......... 2
Quinlan, p... . 2

J.
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1

II
2
1
1
2
1
1
1

PO
1
4
9
2
2
0
2
3
0
1

A
4
1
0
1
3
1
0f
2
1

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Totals ...... 39 4 10 24 14 5

M. S. N. C.........010
Michigan ......... .300

010 101- 4
054 00x-12

fon Lop of MhI previrous irspute over,
hme ue nd theIV~ cont~et of level, central bank policies, exchange
home rule and the contention of restrictions, and improvement of the
some members that the. bill must be status of silver.
changed to make a direct appropria-ts
tion. Taken together they formed a The communique followed a White
total which forecast argument. House parley between the Prime
Minister, the President, secretary
Republican leaders said they were Cordell Hull and Sir Roland Lind-'
not going to be stampeded into say, British ambassador, with their
passing an objectionable bill." experts, at which, it said, the sub-
'I never saw such a provision Ut stance of their discussions had been
any law as that exempting members reviewed.
of the commission from prosecution,"
Derham said. "There is no reason The statement was issued at a
why home brew should be licensed. time when it was widely reported
A majority of the Republican mem- that the President and Mr. Mac-
bers are convinced local governing Donald were seeking to strike a bal-
bodies must have a voice in the issu- ance between the pound and the
ance of licenses. We are ready to American dollar as a step toward
fight until these things are changed."' setting up a new international gold
The week-end adjournment evi- standard.
dently had not changed imaterially There was no explanation as to
the attitude of the Republicandbloc, whether the statement that final
Democratic leaders had hoped the agreements on monetary standards
people would din "We want beer!" as well as other topics must await
into their ears so persistently some the economic conference meant there
of them might change their minds would be no return to gold before
and let the measure go through as that time.
it came from a conference commit- Iferriott, Bennett Call
tee. A The world-important conversations
Would Appropriate Revenue broadened tonight as former Premier
The bill was on the Senate table, Edouard Herriot of France and
where it was left last Friday when Prime Minister Richard B. Bennett
the Senate.-refused to accept a con- of Canada made their initial calls at
ference report because it had no pro- the White House.
vision for home rule. There was some With the coming of Herriot, every
doubt as to the course to be pur- effort was made to disabuse the
sued. Some members favored sending French mind of any suspicion of an
it back to conference committee for i Anglo-American united front. Ar-
further revision. Others believed it rangements were made for Herriot
would be better to fight it out on the and MacDonald to chat alone to-
floor by reconsidering the vote by gether at the White House.
which it originally passed and start- The controversial issue of war
ing all over again, debts, thus far carefully avoided, was
It was planned to attach an amend- seen as likely to take an increasing-
ment appropriating some of the rev- ly important part in the picture.
enue directly to a State institution The part which tariff reduction is
or to the general fund to meet a de- :'to play in the discussions was em-'
ficit. to make sure a referendum nhnci7n a1ob-, a+Il.

Two base hits-Petoskey. Three
base hits.-Teitelbaum: Sacrifices-
Wittkop, Braendle, Patchin. Stolen,
Base-Braendle, Gruber, F. Worz-
niak, Double play-Wittkop to F.1
Worzniak to Cohen. Struck out-by
Patchin 11; by Mott 1; by Quinlan1
1. Base on balls-by Mott 4. Wild
pitch-Patchin 2. Hit by pitcher-by
Quinlan (Patchin) ; by Patchin (J.
Worzniak). Losing pitcher - Mott.'
Umpire: Snyder. Time of game: 2:20.
Alice Boter Offt
For North ern.
Speech Contest
AMice B r.ntn' T. whn Fridav nijht

Colorful Ceremonies At
Tomb Of Shakespeare

pets, official representatives, preceded
by the mayor's mace-bearer, marched
to the bare's birthplace and later to
his tomb.
ARCHITECTS' GOWNS
Senior architects must order their
caps and gowns before 4 p. m. today
if they wish to attend the Honors
Convocation, according to Earl E.
Riemenschneider, '33A, chairman of
the caps and gowns committee. The
official store is Van Boven's.

" ' - ,t,, - - I ui i c)U* V W Jl ).', ulS
Fuller, Lucille Georg, Helen Good, arships, and special awards which are
Anne Goss, Hazel Greenwald, Eliza- based p r i m a r i l y on scholastic
beth Gribble, Ruth Grover, Gene- achievement.

STRATFORD-ON-A V O N, Eng.,i Jeanne Hagaman, Winifred Hall,
April 24.-1PM-Representatives of 30 Florence Hansen, Virginia Hansen,
nationalities today celebrated the 'Idabell Harlan, Marion Heald, Mir-
369th anniversary of Shakespeare's lam Highley, Majrorie Jackson, Bea-
birthday. trice Joshel, Margaret Keal, Sophie
At noon. amidst a fanfare of trum- (Continued on Page 5)

Be Intelligent In Contemplating
Marriage, Dr. Bell Cautions

NOTICE
The Board in Control of Stu-
dent Publications will hold its
meeting for appointment of the
managing editor and business
manager of The Michigan Daily,
the Michiganensian. and the Gar-
goyle May 13, 1933.
Each applicant for a position is
requested to file seven copies of
his letter of application at the
board office in the Student Publi-
cations Building not later than
May 8 for the use of the members

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