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Editorials
The Passing Of Dr. Huber .. .
The Students' Big Chance .. .
Pedestrianism Made Difficult..

VOL. XLV. No. 77

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY S, 1935

PRICE FIVE CENTS

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University Man
Named Annual
Rhodes Scholar

Lin d y Nurse Highest Court Yo aliim Fursten ber v
TrialQuizzing use Ieans; Hube

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Martin Wagner, Graduate
Student In Economics
Department, Honored
Granted Two-Year
Studies At Oxford
Is Praised By Faculty As

Art 'Lifted' Out Of
Fine Arts 101 Class;
Students Dismissed
The class in Fine Arts 101 met to-
day - for five minutes. Ordinarily
there is nothing unusual about that
because professors oftentimes con-
tract colds just like regular folks, and

Betty Gow Shaken After
Testimony Under Intense!
Cross-Examination
Defense Seeks To
Prove'Ilside' Work
Hauptmann Calls Ladder
Poor Bit Of Carpentry,,
Remains Calm

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Congress Does Not Have
The Power Of Complete
Delegation, Hughes Says

Dics DurinigVacation

'A Man, A Student, And then there are always conventions. FLEMINGTON, N. J., Jan. 7 -GW)-
However, Professo Donaldson, lec- Betty Gow, pert Scotch nurse from
A Leader' turer in the course, dismissed the whose care the Lindbergh baby was
class for no such reasons. It seems stolen and slain, faced a three-hour
Martin Wagner, graduate student that someone "lifted" the lens to fire of defense questions today and
in the economics department, was the lantern slide machine in the class- later collapsed, tearful and shaken,
selected as ; winner of a Rhodes room without which it was impossible in the courthouse where Bruno
Scholarship to Oxford, England by to flash those "pretty pictures" of Hauptmann is on trial for his life.
the district examining committee yes- Roman Basilicas, and the like. On the witness stand her voice
terday in Chicago. As yet th culprit or culprits have was calm and even as she answered
Wagner, whose home is in New- not been apprehended and Professor the searching queries of Edward J.
port, Ky., has completed the require- Donaldson would make no direct ac- Reilly. She kept her composure
ments for a master's degree and is cusations although he strongly inti- bravely when the chief of Haupt-
now working for his Ph.D. He received mated that it might have been a stu- mann's defense steadily pursued his
the bachelor's degree in the literary dent. effort to show that the crime was
college in 1933 and became a member the work of an "inside" gang of four.
f KI didn't care to lecture today Again the pretty nursemaid who
ofPhi Kappa Phi, senior honorary anyway," the Professor stated with a came from Scotland to testify, felt
scholastic society, in the same year. trace of a smile in his voice. After the tiny garments the child had
Termed Brilliant this statement the 290 odd students worn when she put him to sleep in
Members of the faculty of the eco- enrolled in the class voiced a loud his crib at Hopewell. Again she saw
nomics department here mentioned cheer and departed. and touched the flannel shirt she
Wagner as one of the most brilliant They will not receive triple bolts. had sewn to protect his chest against
students now studying in it. He holds the cold. Again she touched the
a fellowship in the department and thumbguard she put on him.
also assists Prof. Margaret Elliot in President Calls Collapses After Examination
hercourses in the field of labor. But in the end the ordeal of di-
Wagner was awarded an Earhart F rrect and cross-examination was too
Scholarship two years ago, studying or great. Her eyes red from weeping,
working conditions in the automobile . her slim figure quivering with emo-
industry in Detroit, and has since R eief Budcoet tion, she was forced to leave the
played one of the leading parts on the courtroom. In an anteroom she col-
campus in student political organiza- lapsed.
ons. . Vandenberg Challenges Later the ladder down which, the
ie was president of the Model state contends, Hauptmann carried
World Economic Conference held here The Necessity Of Moving' the stolen baby from his nursery was
m the Spiing of 1933, and also led the Debt Deadline Upward brought into the court room. It pro-
Model League of Nations group last DbDedieUvoked a storm of defense protests
year. He is now president of the and was not immediately admitted
Student Economics Club and. is a i WASsIGTON Jay 7 - as evidence.
member of the International Rela- President Roosevelt todaysent an Hauptmann, the cold-eyed carpen-
tiois Club. .unbalanced budget to Congress and ter, listened tently as witnesses
A Loal ociaistchallenged critical industrialists to described the sectioned ladder.
A Local Socialist reduce huge relief costs by a rapid dsrbdtescindlde.
redce ugerelef ost bya rpid As he left the court he turned to'
As a member of the local Socialist absorption of the unemployed. a guard and remarked:
Par y, Wagner has been called upon Despite a "substantialmeasureof ad ae
frequently to address student meet- Dsteassani msuef If I made that ladder. Id be a
fren tl to addres student I.e.et- recovery, unemployment still is second rate carpenter." Prosecutors
ings on the campus. Prof. I. L. Sharf- large, he said, and, except for thewiltyoprvththebywa
man, chairman of the economics de-,lrghsadadxepfrth will try to prove that the baby was f
marn, amn o terecoomics de- xpense of providing jobs for the killed when the ladder splintered
part ment, last night termed Wagner jobless, the government's income forand broke on the night of the kid-
a mhan, a leader, and a student." the next fiscal year would amply'npig
Three other men from the Great cover its expenditures. When court adjourned at the close
Lakes district besides Wagner wereh
selected from a field of twelve candi- "Such a deficit as occurs," he add- of the fourth day of the kidnap-mur-f
dates as winners of the Rhodes Schol- ed, "will be due solely to this cause,
arships. These three, as designated by and it may be expected to decline as You Sell I 'hItely
the examining committee are: Charles rapidly as private industry is able Sy'
Bane, Springfield, Ill., of the Univer- to re-employ those who now are Says Irate Wheatley
sity of Chicago; Harold Brown, Cin- without work."
cinnati, of the Universities of Cincin- $5,000,000,000 Relief Amount FLEMINGTON, N. J., Jan. 7 -
nati and Harvard; and Fred Gillen, The President called for a relief 1P)-It WHATELEY-not What-
Madison, Wis., of the University of outlay of $5,000,000,000 for the next 18 ely, Whatley, Wheatley or any
Wisconsin. months, together with an increase of oTher form thatomight eotake
$$8___,__iatoaldfes a- The spelling of the namne of Ollie
-- - _ _- - $$180,000,000 in National defense ap- Whateley, the Lindbergh's butler,f
Trr Last propriations, $130,000,000 in veter- has caused confusion for several
ans' payments and full restoration das
of the government pay cut at an ad- da h t wlled
DR Fc'eti"1os' o 40,000,000. " ' c' " ""
S a ub l Wheatley by newspapermen cv-
Senate and House members split on ering the Lindbergh kidnap case '
rane Pa enits the proposal of the President that and the investigation.
"the Chief Executive be given the ___________________
money for relief in a lump sum with .
power to use the funds where and der trial, state fingerprint expert
More Than 930 Students how he might see fit. A move arose He ha A. Kellystill thwaslethe found no
to have Congress prescribe the proj-
On Relief Projects Yet ects on which it might be spent. fingerprints in the nursery or on the
eThecs onewhichpotfrmgohtparbe s.ladder.
To Receive Salaries The little nurse, grilled exhaustive-
However, there appeared little ly about backstairs doings and her
All University FERA workers must doubt of the ultimate outcome. The own actions on the night of the kid-
call fdr their December checks at the view was expressed privately, even naing and before it - and about her
buildings and grounds department by by critics, that this is a Roosevelt sailor friend, Henry (Red) Johnson-
Wednesday or they stand a chance of Congress and on this and other ques- was quick, sometimes tart with her
not getting paid and of being taken tions the President's views will pre- answers.
off the FER A payroll, officials warned vail. Leaves Courtroom Quietly
last night. Vandenberg Gives Views Few persons in the courtroom knew
A surprise telegram from Orin W. Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, she had lost her self-control when
Ka ,e, director of Emergency Educa- Michigan Republican, expressed no she quietly left court during the after-
ti C2A stating that the University FERA fear of "a public debt peak of $34,-' noon session. The prevailing opinion
payroll "must be in Lansing by Jan. 000,000,000 if we can thus conclusive- was that Miss Gow had shown a con-
10," is the cause for the action. Mon- ly buy prosperity," and then added: trol of her emotions nearly as great as
day, Tuer.day, and Wednesday were "But, I continue to doubt whether Col. and Mrs. Lindbergh themselves.
designated a payment days before prosperity can be purchased in this When Reilly pressed her about her

Sec. 9(C) Of Act
Is Found Not Legal.
New Deal Lawyers Say
Ruling Will Not Affect
Other Legislation
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.- 0)- In
its first decision on Federal New Deal
legislation, the Supreme Court today
held invalid the clause of the National
Industrial Recovery Act under which
the government is attempting to cur-
tail oil production.
Lawyers said this decision, delivered
by Chief Justice Charles Evans
Hughes, would not affect the re-
mainder of the Recovery Act.
The Chief Justice said that a wide
range of delgation of legislative au-
thority cannot be approved without
limitation. Nothing had occurred to
warrant Congress in assuming it had
constitutional authority to make un-
limited delegation of legislative power,

Dean Of Graduate School
Taken By Death Afterx
Long Illness
Distmgmshed For
Histological Work.

New, Former Dean

Dr. James D. Bruce Is
Appointed Chairman Of
New Health Division
Regents Approve
New Appointments

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ne added.
Texas Firms Challenge Law
The cases challenging the validity
of the Recovery Act were brought
by the Panama Refining Co. and the
Amazon Petroleum Corp., both of EastI
Texas.
The Federal District Cburt for East
Texas ruled against the government,
but the Fifth Circuit Court of Ap-t
peals took the opposite view.
Section 9(c) of the Recovery Act,
the one under attack, follows:
"The President is authorized to
prohibit the transportation in inter-
state and foreign commerce of petro-!
leum and the products--hereof pro-a
duced or withdrawn from storage in
excess of the amount permitted to be
produced or withdrawn from storageI
by any state law or valid regulation
or order .prescribed thereunder, by any
board, commission, officer, or other
duly authorized agency of a state.
Any violation of any order of
the President issued under the pro-
visions of this subsection shall be
punishable by fine of not to to exceed
$1.000, or imprisonment for not to'
exceed six months, or both,"
Decision By 8-2 Vote
The 8-to-2 decision means that the

Was Awarded The Henry Reorganization Of Medical
Russel Lectureship For School Administrative
1934-35 In December Functions Launched
Dr. G. Carl Huber, dean of the Dr. Clarence S. Yoakum, vice-presi-
gracuate school and for nearly half I dent of the University, and Dr. A. C.
a century a member of the University Furstenberg of the otolaryngology
faculty, died early the morning of ( department were named yesterday as
Wednesday, Dec. 2 in the University th
Iospi tal. te new deans of the graduate and
Di. Huber, who was recognized as medical schools, respectively, and a
cne of the outstanding scientists in-. complete reorganization of the medi-
he medical world, had been seriously : cal and allied schools and colleges
ill for many weeks, but had insisted was launched.
on remaining as active on the campus 'hSimultaneously the appointment of
as his physicians would permit. How- Dr. James D. Bruce, also a vice-presi-
ever, his condition became so crit- dent of the University and director
ical that he was forced to enter the t of the department of postgraduate
hospital several days before Christ- medicine, to the position of chairman
mas vacationa ClARFNCE S. YOAKUM of the newly-established division of
'Private funeral services were held ,health sciences was announced by
rmicay. Dec. 28, with burial in For- * President Alexander G. Ruthven.
1 est Hill Cemetery here. These appointments were approved
Recognized twice on the campus by the Board of Regents at their last
during the last month for his many meeting. Dr. Yoakum will assume his
achievements. Dr. Huber was a well- new duties immediately, but the ap-
known histologist and anatomist. pointments of Dr. Furstenberg and
Honored In December Dr. Bruce will not tike effect un-
A group of his colleagues on the I til the beginning of the second semes-
faculty, constituting the Council of 'ter, Feb. 11.
he Research Club, early in December Ruthven Explains Policy
honored him as the member of theT retion Exteaisony
University teaching staff "having at-The creation of the division of
Univrsit techin staf "avin a ~health sciences, which will include
tained highest distinction in the fieldh nd
of scholarship" when they awarded the medical school, dental school,
him the Henry Russel lectureship for school of nursing, division of hygiene
193 . 5and public health, pharmacy school,
Only a few weeks ago a huge bronze and postgraduate medicine division,
bust: of Dr. Huber was presented to is a continuance of a policy inaugur-
the University by his children. It will ated by President Ruthven to con-
be placed in the foyer of the Museums centrate unts of similar subject
Building when completed. treatment into "divisions" in order to
He graduated from the University facilitate advisory functions.
in 1887 and was immediately added The aim of a contemplated pro-
to the faculty in the capacity of as- gram, of which this move is a part,
sistant demonstrator of anatomy. as explained by President Ruthven,
Since that time, he has been con- is the installation of young men in
tinuially associated with the University I__ _ _ _ _ positions of administrative impor-
except for a year spent in postgrad- Itance, and to bring about in the medi-
uate stufy in Berlin and another ad-Bcal school the consideration of new
uae tc~ i eri ad nthrG. CARL HUBER concepts and probable modernization
period of similar study at Prague. __n__pt___ndprobab___mderni___in
Advanced Through Ranks of methods of medical education.
He later advanced from this modest 1 ( It was strongly emphasized by Uni-
position through the ranks to posi- Varsity C.agers versity officials that the division of
tions as head of the anatomy depart-*' health sciences will have no admin-
ment and director of the anatomical B T o O (U *istrative functions and will serve only
laboratories. Dr. Huber has also di- B w. J * in an advisory capacity.
rected the histological laboratories i The heads of the various units of
since 1898.- In V e r t111 e the division, with Dr. Bruce as chair-
The noted scientist became an in- man, will constitute the personnel of
structor in 1889, assistant professor the executive committee of the medi-
in 1892, junior professor in 1899, and Thrilling Rally Is Staged cal school.
full professor in 1903. With this reorganization the school
In 1927 he assumed the position as By Michigan In The Last is placed under the same administra-
dean of the graduate school filling Two Minutes Of Play tive system as that employed in the
the vacancy created by the death of case of the literary college, the presi-
Dr. Alfred H. Lloyd. dent explained. The literary college
Dr. Huber was a member of a num- By ARTHUR W. CARSTENS has a dean and an executive commit-
ber of learned societies, including the Michigan's basketball team lost its tee consisting of ex-officio and faculty
American Association of Anatomists, opening Conference game last night members appointed by the president.
of which he was at one time the pres- to Ohio State at Yost Field House Committee Named
ident, American Psychological Asso- in an overtime period, 33 to 30. The ex-officio members of the medi-
ciation, American Association of Path- The last two minutes of the regu- cal school executive committee are,
ologists and Bacteriologists, Amer- lation game saw Michigan make a in addition to Dr. Furstenberg, Dr.
muntnuea on Page 6) I "story-book" comeback as a large Harley A. Haynes, director of the
part of the 4,000 spectators were University Hospital, and Dr. Bruce.
tans For The I making their way toward the exits. The appointive faculty members are
Trailing 25 to 17 Dick Joslin started Dr. Udo J. Wile, chairman of the
Ball Michigan's rally by dribbling half the dermatology department, Dr. F. A.
SPresident s Ball length of the floor and sinking a shot Coller, chairman of the surgery de-
from the foul circle. John Jablonski partment, and Dr. Carl V. Weller,
A eAnn ud scored a field goal on a follow-in of chairman of the pathology depart-
ire announce a foul shot that Ferris Jennings ment.
missed, to bring the score to 25 to 21.. Dr. Yoakum, the new dean of the
Agas With less than a minute to go, I graduate school, who is filling the
Comittee Again Appoints Dick Evans, who had just replaced vacancy created by the recent death
Reifin T o Head Dance Captain Al Plummer, connected from of Dr. G. Carl Huber, was born 56
a difficult angle, on the side. Ohio years ago. He graduated from Camp-
To Be Given Jan. 30 -took time 'outo find that only ten bell College, Kan., in 1901, from where
emad wc w enh he went to the University of Chicago
Harry A. Reifin, was named yester- for Evans to tie thescore with a for his Ph.D. degree.
day by an advisory committee to again quick shot outside the foul circle. His teaching career dates back to
head the President's Ballto be given H sm d1898 when he taught in public schools.
headthePreidet'sBalntg'Treeyeaselterheeecaevarin
Jan. 30 in honor of President Roose- time pried, with the Buckeyes cash-.Three years later he became an in-
vela's birthday. He successfully man- im- od, ie Boakeynsxsh- (Continued on Page.6)
mng-in on four field goals in six shots

oil code-making authority of the Pres-
ident was declared an invalid dele-
gation of legislative authority by Con-
gress.
Federal regulations to control the
production and interstate shipment
of "hot" oil suffered the same fate.
"Hot" oil is that illegally produced
in excess of state quotas, orders issuedI
by the Secretary of the Interior for
publicity of oil production, keeping of
records, etc., were also declared un-
constitutional'.
However, determination to continue
regulating the production of "hot"
oil was expressed today by Secretary,
of the Interior Harold L. Ickes, the
oil administrator.
"I understand the decision turned
on a point on which the oil adminis-
tration had no responsibility," Ickes'
said. "We still have the oil code and
will continue to operate under it inI
the regulation of 'hot' oil. We will use
every recourse we have."
It was explained by others that
the oil code was based on other gen-
eral sections of the Recovery Act, in
addition to Section 9 (C), and the
goveinment would attempt to oper-
ate under it.
"It will lead to a decision to bring
about Federal control of the oil in-
dust y," said Senator Elmer Thomas,
Oklahoma Democrat.
Reaction To
New Harvar
Coach Varied
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 7. -
-The reactions that resulted from
the surprising appointment of Dick
Hariow as Harvard's first non-grad-
uate head coach of football todayE
ranged all the way from skeptical:
criticism to wild acclaim.
It was roundly approved by many
prominent Harvard football figures,
including Eddie Casey, who resigned
to make room for Harlow, and Bob!
Haley, the 1935 captain.
On the other hand, the Crimson,
undergraduate publication, in an edi-
torial recalled the blasting athletic
diirtotill 'miPin an'm voo "hif time,"

the Christmas recess, but according to
Harold S. Anderson, cost accountant
of the buildings and grounds depart-
ment, many students straggle in sev-
eial days after the announced dead-
line.
..This is especially so of those whose
ERA money goes to the University
in payment of loans," he said. "They
must now, however, sign for their
checks by Wednesday, or they will
not be credited with the money.,,
With more than 930 students due
FERA money, University officials will
be in a perplexing situation if the pay-
roll is not ready to go to Lansing by
Wednesday, Mr. Anderson stated.
The buildings and grounds depart-
ment offices will be open from 8 am.

fashion, and I am particularly chal- te
larno~arl er tha Araira 'c n u lr -

stimony that she had found the
aiy h hv's thumbf' urd near the

lengedaby the Presdaent's annual re- z all uuy g 1u1u a u1C1U1
current necessity to move his debt house a month after the kidnaping on
deadline ever upward. her way back from a trip to the gate,
"I am opposed to lump-sum appro- -hem eyes flashed.
priations which virtually transfer the "Did you drop it on your way
tax power from Congress to the Exec- down?" asked Reilly suddenly.
utive." "I did not," she retorted.
In addition, the President called Q-Sure about that?
for a continuation of the present 3- A - Positive, that!"
cent postage rate on non-local letter Earlier, she acknowledged that she
mail. "probably" had told Johnson, her
suitor, now in Norway, that Mrs.
Lindbergh had decided not to bringj
Tumbles Over Bank the baby back from Hopewell to the
Into Ni a C e Dwight Morrow estate at Englewood
j Into Niagar a 70ge the day preceding the kidnaping.
Q - Did you tell Red Johnson?
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aged the event last yar.
The committee, principal members
of which include President Alexanderj
G. Ruthven and Mayor Robert A.
Campbell, diet in the city hall, where
it discussed plans for the administra-
tion of the charity dance. Reifin ex-
plained that this year 70 per cent of
the funds will go to local authorities
for the care of infantile paralysis pa-
tients, and.30 per cent for national re-
search purposes.

as Michigan collected a total of two
field goals and a foul goal during the
five minutes. Directly after the tip-
eff Red Wilson, {Buckeye forward,
opened the overtime scoring by sink-
ing a set shot from the foul circle on
a blocking play, but Joslin tied the
score immediately after when he took
the ball off the Ohio State backboard
dribbled the length of the floor, and
caged an easy dog shot.

Contemporary To
Hold Essay Contest
An essay contest open to all stu-
dents in any department of the Uni-
versity will be sponsored by Contem-
porary, student literary magazine,
Donald Elder, '35, publicity manager,
announced yesterday.
The manuscripts, which must not
exceed 3,000 words in length, must be
tt -rnr in y nf. nev__

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Various administrative methods Bruce Laybourne put Ohio ahead
proposed were: a board composed of again as he sank a set shot Trom the
TTnaivor,'oif,, 0 , r aiAcc r i foul circle with no one near him and

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