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VOL. X, No. 6. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1929 PRICE FIVE CENTS

HEATED ARGUMENT
AIKH METI'A

JAMES WATERMAN WISTJ;
PRINCIPAL SPEAKER IiT
SECOND SESSION

IS

COLONIZATION SCiEME
IS CRUX OF TENSION
Rabbi Barnett Brickner, Cleveland,
Addresses Banquet At Women's
League Building
"The wol.k of Avuka- min creatiiig
and developing a philosophy of
Jewish life among university stu-
dents based upon the perception
of the prime value of a JewisNh
Palestine to Jewish I-fe everywhere
and of the duty resting upon all.
Jews to share to the utmost of their
ability in the creation of such a.
Jewish Palestine, is fundamental to.
an intelligent approach to the
problem which confronts Jewish
youth today," declared James Wa-
terman Wise, executive secretary,.
before yesterday's session of Avu-,
kah, national student Zionist body,.j
meeting in Lane Hall. Wise em-
phasized the necessity of an intel-
ligent youth in influencing the Zi-
onist movement.
In delive..ing his annual report,.
he asserted that one of Avukah's
outstanding achievements of the
year had been the formation at its
instigation of an Emergency Com-
mittee to take immediate steps re-'
garding the anti-Semitic excesses
in European university centers. This
group, which was composed of re-
presentatives of leading Christian
as well as Jewish organizations, ap-
pointed Wise as its secretary.
The greater part of yesterday's
session of the three day conference
was devoted to a heated discus-
sion of the "Palestine project," a
colonization scheme which was
contested by many of the delegates.
The plan calls for the subsidization
by Avukah of a permanent agricul-
tural colony, composed of gradu-
ates of Palestinian secondary
schools, which will work out its so-
cial and economic problems and
serve as a model. The colony would
aim to arrive at a solution which
would halt the emigration of Pal-
estinian youth which is becoming
serious because of the dissatisfac-
tion with present conditions. The
project would also act as a train-
ing school for a few who would
carry their experience. into other
sections of the country.
Due to the illness of Nahum So-
kolow, president of World Zionist
executive committee, who was un-
able to leave New York City, the
annual Avukah banquet in the Wo-
men's League building last night,
was addressed by Rabbi Barnett
Bricker, eminent Cleveland Re-
formed Jewish divine. Other speak-
ers included Max Rhoade, national
p esident of Avukah, Samuel Blum
enfield, president of the New Yotki
chapter, and Maurice B. Pekarski
president of the Michigan chapyter.
Rabbi Mitchell Salem Fisher was

r Poincare Seeks
To Defer Debts
(By Associated Press)
PARIS, June 28.-Pushed on by
almost unanimous parliamentary
opposition, Premier Poincare sent
to Washington today another plea
for postponement beyond Aug. 1 of
maturity of France's debt or $400,-
000,000 incurred in purchase of
American war stocks left in France
when the A. E. F. went back home.
The premier's plea was1 both un-
willing and with little hope of suc-
cess, but was madehnecessary by a
resalution of the chamber of dep-
uties in the first hour today asking
that Ambassador Claudel seek post-
ponement of the majority date so
that France would not be rushed
in ratification of the Mellon-Ber-
enger debt accord. The debt ac-
cord would include the war stocks
debt in the general war debt to the
United States.
RESEARCHSTF
ADDS TWO 'MEN
Scientists Will Devote Time
Towards Broadenring Scope of
X-ray Research Operations
WORK BEGINS SHORTLY
The University bureau of engi-1
neering research has announced
the addition of two scientists to its
staff. The first is Dr. Lars Thom-
assen, who' has joined for the pur-
pose of extending the University's
scope and activity in the X-ray
field, according to Prof. A. E.
iWhite, director of the bureau. His
ivork will be concerned with the
r elated problems of X-ray and in-i
d ustry and engineering. The sec-
ond is Dr. Charles J. Brasefield,
who will confine his activities to
fundamental research in the field
of radio.
Dr. Thomassen is a graduate of
-the Norway Institute of Technology
with the class of 1919. After grad-
uating, he worked with. .X-rays un-
der the direct supervision of Dr.
-Goldsmith in the mineralogical de-
partment of University of Austria.
Later he did National Education
fellowship work at California Insti-
tute of Technology under the direc-
tion of Dr. R. A. Millikan, who
adelivered the 1929 Michigan com-
:mencement address.
The second appointee, Dr. Brase-
field is a Rutgers graduate, later
receiving his doctorate at Prince-
ton. During the past two years he
'has been a National Research fel-
low in physics at University of Chi-
Ccago.
Death Of Archduke
Is Commemorated
Serajevo Recalls Date Of War's
Beginning; Honors Young
Student Assassins
(By Associated Press)
SARAJEVO, Jugo-Slavia, June 28
-( ommemorative services today
dec. lared the shot which just 15
yeai 's ago led to the World war.
Both those who fired the shotsand
the to vo they killed were honored.
Jugs D-Slavians from all sections
of the tri-une kingdom participated
in a mi morial service at the graves
of Gi vrilo Princip and Nadelko

AMERICA WANIS
CAUTIOUS ENTRY
INTO ARMS PACTI
SUGGESTION GIVEN BRITAIN
REPLYS TO SOUNDING
OF OUR POLICY
UNPREPARED MEETING
FEARED BY OFFICIALS
Government Holds That Disarma-
ment Should Be Approached
With Care And Detail
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, June 28.-Sug-I
gestions have been made by the!
American government to Greatl
Britain that the naval disarma-
ment questions should be approach-
ed with caution in view of'the
present status of that problem.j
There is a feeling of uneasiness in I
official circles here that a confer-
ence of naval powers might result
without sufficient preparation.
The United States has been
formally sounded out by Great
Britain, it became known here to-
night,, on its attitude toward a
conference of the principal naval
powers, either separate from the
League of Nations preparatory dis-

GERMAN PEOP[E
FOR GREAT WAR
CELEBRATION CAUSES TENSE
SITUATION; CROWDS
FORBIDDEN
STUDENT RIOT FORCES
POLICE TO USE CLUBS
Newspapers Of Principal Cities Ap-
pear Bordered With Mourning
Repudiating Gui t

(Regents'Choice
'Still Uncertain

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Speculation and rumor continu-
ed to sur ound the selection of
Michigan's new president, inten-
sified by the announcement yes-
terday that a special meeting of
the Regents would be called Aug-
ust 2 in order that a choice may I
be made before the opening of the
fall term.
Despite the secrecy of the board's
machinations, conjectures today
centered upon the chance of a
"dark horse" candidate above those
of Dean Edward H. Kraus of the
Summer Session and Dr. Alexand-
er G. Ruthven, Dean of Adminis-'
tration, whose names are mostj
prominent among those known to
be considered for the position To

MCLAUGHLIN[TELLS
Sof SD MER HSKIES
HISTORY OF DEVELOPMENT OF
MODERN ASTRONOMY
DEPICTEIR
USE OF SPECTROSCOPE
ANALYZED IN LECTURE
Lecturer Points Out How Baffling
Problems Have Been Resolved
By This Instrument

(By Associated Press) these, the name of Prof. Jesse Describing the structure of the
BERLIN, June 28.-On the tenth Reeves, head of the Political Sci- rings revolving about the planet
anniversary of signing of the ence department has been added. Saturn which baffled astronomers
treaty of Versailles, with its charge for hundreds of years, Prof. Dean
of blame for the World war, the B. McLaugh'_n of the Astrong de-
German nation today staged or- partment lectinre:l yesterday after-
ganized protests at continuation ofWO Li16 K8B neon ii N tural Science auditor-
"the war guilt lie." ium on "The Summer Skies." About
President Paul von Hindenburg thirty years ago astronomers finally
headed the signatories to a state- solved the problem by means - of.

ment which termed today "a day
of mourning" and rejected the as-
sertion that Germany alone was
responsible for the war.
With the exception of the Rhine-
land, where an interdiction of the

California Helen Withstands Attack
Of Foreign Entries, holding
Americans In Fore
TIL!.EN IS WINNER AGAIN

the spectrascope.
Following Professor McLaughlin's
analysis o_ the spectrascope, he
went on to describe the uses of this
instrument in astronomical work.
By means of this device it is pos-

armament commission or undter the inter-aiei niRneiand commission (1 Asso4atetd Press) 1,sible to determine the relative
League's machinery. interfered, there were demonstra- WIMBLZ!;ON, England, June 28. speeds of several heavenly bodies
Although the Washington gov- tions of protest the length and -America's women tennis invaders
ernment is willing to participate in breadth of the nation. stepped into the breach today and, the inside portions of Saturn's
almost any plan which would mean rrescued the United States from an
further disarmament, it is felt here Nationalist opposition in the almost utter rout in the English tngs were. fouid to revolve faster
that the present nebulous status of Reichstag, strengthened probably championships on the Wimbledon thaa the portions, thereby
the question which has followed the by the manifestations, Thursday courts showing that the rings were clouds
preliminary work of the prepara- prevented prolongation of the de- In the elimination of John Hen- of small particles such as meteor-
tory disarmament ' commission fense of the republic act, requested nesey and Wilmer Allison, the ites.
might justify the calling of an im- by the government. The defeat will United States Davis Cup players, Using the spectrascope in the
mediate conference of the powers. make it legal for former Kaiser by Henri Co-het and Jean Borotra, same manner upon stars, whose
The attitude of this government is Wilhelm to return to Germany at Uncle Sam's forces were given a light intenalty varies in periodic
that the whole problem must be expiration of the present act, July taste of what might be expected if cycles, astronomers were able to
approached slowly and only after 22. they hook up with France in the prove the existence of two planets
a long and elaborate arrangement German newspapers appeared final Davis Cup round. With a win!With different light intre-
of details. with borders of heavy black mourn- by P. Landry the French are as- volving about each other even
Secretary Stimson impassively ing and one Berlin organ, Der Tag, sured of three of the eight players though they were too far distant to
denied today that Ambassador surrounded scenes from Danzig, in the quarter final round. be able to be distinguished apart
Dawes had been instructed to indi- ' Posen, Kattowitz and Strassburg But the two Helens of Califor- through the most powerful tele-
cate the United States' unqualified with borders of chains. A huge sky nia, Wills and Jacobs, and Mrs. scopes.
approval of an immediate confer- sign in the west end of Berlin ad- May Sutton Bundy did the same ; Continuing, Professor McLaugh-
ence, either under the auspices of jured German citizens to unite in thing for America in the, women's lin pointed out with the assistance
the League or a separate confer- repudiation of the "war guilt lie." section. j of stereopticon slides some of the
ence involving the five major naval There was a tenseness in the sit- All three qualified for the quar- most unusual phenomena visible at
powers-the United States, Great uation which led the government ter final round. The California this season of the year. An incon-
Britain, Japan, France, and Italy. to request that its functionaries girls won with comparative ease' spicuous blur known as the con-
The Secretary of State also said high and low, refrain from joining with Mrs. Bundy turning in the stellation of Hercules contains over
that a recent conversation had in the public demonstrations, the sensational upset victory of the day 30,000 stars outside the central clus-
taken place in London . between authorities fearing unpleasant c'on- in the downing of Miss Eileen Ben- ter all brighter than the sun and
Ambassador Dawes and Prime Min- sequences. President von Hinden- nett, English Wightman Cup p . at a distance of 36,000 light years
ister MacDonald and the diplomats burg himself refused numerous in- er. from the earth. These are sup-
of the other naval powers, but vitations to preside at meetings Rising above the setbacks hand- posed to be complete universes like
nothing definite had been decided called to hold the "shameful ed America's racquet wielders was, our own.
concerning the procedure to be fol- treaty" up to obloquy. the old war-horse, Big Bill Tilden Situated at distances varying
lowed in future disarmament dis-~' Fighting broke out between seeking his third Wimbledon title. from one million to one hundred
cussions. students and police over a protest Tilden by beating Christian Bou- million light years away from the
anloieoe rts ide ybaigCrsinBu earth, these nebulae resemble
meeting against prohibition of seus of France, 6-3, 9-7, and 6-4,SU Nrt, teenebulaedrspmbl
SOUTHRN COSS ANDS demonstrations against the treaty. was the only American to qualify miky, ,pancake-shaped spiral
(BytAssociatedlPress) The police fired a number of among the last eight today. George clouds.
(By ssoiatd Prss)' iIn concluding, Professor M^-
SINGAPORE, Straits Settlement, shots into the air to break up a Lott, Davis Cup youngster, still hi saughl spe o therstoastron
June 28.-Capt. Charles Kingsford- meeting which students were hold-' a chance of gaining a berth by 1merugli enotef ro -
Smith and his three companions ing in front of Berlin university. winning his match tomorrow. omer Galileo, and quoted from his
arrived here today in their plane, The students then marched to the It was a day of blazing sunshine writings: "There are much pro-
the Southern Cross, from Derby, residence of President von Hinden- and sensational upsets. In the wo- found secrets and such lofty con-
western Australia, en route to burg. Police, using their clubs men's matches, in which special tin tathe htndabds and
England. dispersed the group. honors went to Mrs. Bundy with thereseaches of hundreds and yet
her twelve year old daughter look- hundreds of the kneest minds, in-
LABOR GOVERNMENT'S EFFECT ON ing on with approving eyes, the vestigators extending over thou-
forty-two year old. mother defeated sands of years would not penetrate
ENGLAND DISC USSED BY POLLOCK beautiful Miss Bennett 3-6, 6-4, and them, and the delight of searching
_____;__6-4.and finding endures forever"
"Great Britain will achieve a eral," he stated. "The tendency -After losing the first set and Professor McLaughlin's lecture
broader international viewpoint as will be toward more constructive trailing 4-2 in the second, and 4-1 was one of the regular scheduled
a result of the advent of the labor administration. New laws will be in the third, the Wimbledon chain- series of lectures offered at fre-
- passed to alleviate the unemploy- j pion of twenty-five years ago quent intervals during the course
party into power in the last elec- ment situation, and added im- fought her way to a victory that of the entire Summer Session.
tions," declared Prof. James K. petus given to the enforcement of amazed not only the large crowd,
Pollock of the political science de- those presently existing." but the English girl as well. Ashcraft Killed And
partment in an interview yesterday Professor Pollock pointed out issGentryinjured
morning. "The foreign office will that the Labor party is in power
try to improve Anglo-American re- merely by sufferance of the Lib- Baseball Scores (r Associated Press)
lations, and will cease being a train erals, and that there is enough for ROOSEVELT FIELD,, New York,
to the French kite as it has been the two to agree on, provided that (By Associated Press) June 28.-Their plane wrecked by
under Austin Chamberlin. MacDonald treats the assisting iethe stress of a rising storm and
"The German situation will also party properly and does not at- American League their hearts torn by the tragedy
be improved," he continued. "Bri- tempt to introduce socialism into Cleveland 5, Detroit 4. which befell their friendly rivals,
tain will not back France in the the governmental organization. St. Louis 7, Chicago 2. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen and
Rhineland, but will withdraw her "There is no danger that Great Boston 5, Washington 2. William Ulbrich jolted along the
troops." Britain will be revolutionized by skies tonight awaiting the third
Professor Pollock expressed the its new leaders, but, on the con- New York and Philadelphia: no dawn since they began theirflight
opinion that the control of the la- trary, all the policies of the govern- game, rain. on the refueling endurance flight
bor party would be a real benefit to ment will be made more construe- record.

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toastmaster. Chabr ovitchIBosnian students,
A picnic this afternoon and the who staa t the Archduke Ferdinan,
final business session, at which nt- o st th Arduke rdinand
of A ',. a and his archduchess,
tional officers will be elected this avowedlig to free Serbia from an
evening, will conclude the ann'ual' Austrian y 'oke.
convention, the first this organ iza- The bodi es of the youth and 26
tion has held west of Pittsbu rgh. of their f6 .low conspirators lie ,n
Many of the delegates will move an unmarka 1d stone vault on the I
on to Detroit this 'evening ire or- outskirts of the city, most] of them
der to attend the conference o:f the transferred }there after death in
Zionist Organization of America Austrian lprisons. Jugo-Slavians
next week. regard therm as national heroes.
Plans have been completed. by the Commemorative services for the
delegates in session here for a Archduke arrd his wife were ar-
luncheon in Detroit Mondry noon, ranged for.
with the raising of a part of the
yearly budget at the funetion in Another Week Given
view. Rabbi James G. Heller, of I Intran'wral Entrants
Cincinnati, will preside The prin-
cipal speaker will be Rabbi solo- A; last week of opportunity for
mon Goldman, of Chicago, one sur amer session! students to avail,
of the country's leading Cons.erva- the amselves of ihe chance to par-
tive Jewish clerics. Others who tici.pate in intramural competition
will address the luncheon include wil I be extended to men by the In-I

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the country. "England has been
drifting for five years despite seri-
ous conditions and crises," he
stated. "The control of the labor
party, if it means anything, will
alleviate the unemployment situa-
tion.

tive than under any recent admin- - National League Wednesday night last Jensens
istration," he concluded. and Ulbrich went aloft and last
Professor Pollock has just re- Chicago 9, St. Louis 5. night Jack Ashcraft and Viola Gen-
turned from two months in Europe. Cincinnati 10, Pittsburgh 3. try went up in a rival craft. This
While in London, he gave an ad- Boston and Brooklyn: no game, morning the Ashcraft-Gentury
dress before the Royal Institute of ra plane ran out of fuel in a fog and
International Affairs on "A Com-, 1crashed in Westbury. Ashcraft was

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