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VOL. VIII, No. 32



Profesor O'Neill Author Of Several
Books On The Subject Of Oratory
And Oratorical Education


Professor James M. O'Neill will be-
come the head of the department of
Speech in the University in Septem-
ber. Professor O'Neill has a record of
extensive work in this field, and comes A new giant Curtis bombing p
to Michigan to replace Professor ed in armoured turrets, is shown b
Thomas E. Trueblood who resigned a Island, N, Y,
year ago. A graduate of Dartmouth
in 1907, Professor O'Neill took his NEW STADIUM SH
graduate work at the University9of OF iN ONTHI EA
Chicago and at Harvard . From 1909- i jfl
1913 he was instructor in English
and assistant professor of Oratory at One month from today "there won't
Dartmouth College. He then became be much of a job left in building the
associate professor of Rhetoric and Michigan Stadium." The words are
Oratory in the University of Wiscon- those of Fielding H. Yost who has
sin, and since 1915 has been professor watched the building of the big bowl
of Public Speaking in Wisconsin, and with hourly concern. The contract
chairman of the Speech department. calls for completion on October 1,
Professor O'Neill is a member of the two months away and the date of the
National Association of Teachers of opening Michigan football game.
Speech, of which he is ex-president, As the man who made the build-
and is a member of Delta Sigma Rho, ing of the stadium possible spoke of
National Honorary Forensic Fratern- its completion a month ahead of
ity, and of Pi Epsilon Theta. He is schedule, he was looking at the big
the author of Manual of Debate and cement mixer that has only three
Oral Discussion, compiler of Models more stops to complete its journey
of Speech Composition, and Modern around the bowl-six sections on the
Short Speeches, and a lecturer on east side remain to be poured. On
Speech Education. the south, he saw the wooden seats he-
Under the leadership of such a man ginning to be placed and the iron
the department of Speech at Mich- 9standards in place on a third of the
gan is bound to be the best in the bowl.
country. On the east side, where work was
first started, the brick work, filling
FULLER CONTINUES up the back of the seats that rise
HIS INVESTIGATION above the level of the ground was
Ocompleted, and the low brick wall
OF FAMOUS TRIAL circling the rest of the seats was
about half completed. The tunnel,
(By Associated Press) J leading down to the football field
BOSTON, August 2.-Gov. Alvin T. was almost all poured and the east
Fuller remained late at his office to- side steps and approaches were all i
day interviewing witnesses and ex-i.t
perts on phases of the Sacco-Vazettiinpae Grdgtocmlehe
i filling of the east side around the
murder trial. Last week the gover- tunnel also was almost completed..
nor indicated that his decision, which Carpenters have most of the forms
will spell life or death for Nicolo in place to hold the concrete on the
Sacco and Bartholomeo Vanzetti, pro- large east side framework that holdst
bably will be announced Wednesday
night of this week. Jardine Speaks On F
Late today Governor Fuller sum- S e k
moned to his office at the state house,-
I (By Ass
J. Weston Allen, former attorney- EAST LANSING, August 1- ts
general of Massachusetts, Capt. A. B.
Armstrong, chief of the bureau of to stem the tide of the erodus of farm
criminal identification, of the Boston residents to the cities must be dealt
police department, and Inspector with by giving the farmer the benefits
James R. Olafiin, police fingerprint which are offered by the life in the,
expert. The two police officers were city, withholding the discomforts and
closeted with the governor until long unsatisfactory conditions found in city
after 6 o'clock. life, William M. Jardine, secretary of
William G. Thompson, counsel for agriculture, told members of the
the defense, also called on the gov- Country Life association at a banquet
ernor this afternoon. He explained here tonight.
however, that his mission was merely "We must assist the rural communi-
to return several affidavits which he ties to achieve the highest possible3
had borrowed for the purpose of his standard of living on their income,"
argument before Governor Fuller last J'ardine said. "It will be to the dis-
week in behalf of his clients. tinct advantage of every, individualt
Although Vanzetti broke his hun- and to the American nation as a whole
ger strike yesterday and continued to- to achieve efficiency in rural consump-
day to accapet the food brought to his tion."
cell, Sacco persisted in the fast which Alarming decreases in the farm1
he began more than two weeks ago. population, amounting to 649,000 lastt
While he showed sings of growing year-the largest decrease in any year1
weakness, after Dr. Joseph . Mc- since 1920-were shown in statisticas'
Laughlin, the prison physician, said reported by Secretary Jardine. l
that Sacco's condition gave little rea- "Many of those who leave the farms,
son for alarm. and not a few of them are highly com-
petent, are moving to town to give1
RESEARCH BUREAU their children and themselves thes
IS INAUGURA TED benefits of the city's standards of liv-t
IAing." Mr. Jardine said. "What hap-c
pens when a fairly well-to-do farm-i

Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Er- One of the most effective scenes in
rors" with a jaz orchestra and modern- the dress rehearsal Sunday evening
ist Persian costumes, will open tonight was the tragic prologue which pre-
at 8:15 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell;ceeds the aectual farce. An elaborate
Hall as the final pr duction in the series of steps and platforms are
Rockford Players' season of Summer ) filled with black-cowled figures sil-
Plays. Ihouetting the Duke and Aegeon who LESS ILLEGITIMATE EXPENSES
The play is Shakespeare's only pure play the scene itself. NOW THAN OCCITRRED
farce and centers about the burlesque Following Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler," IN '70'S
complications of two masters and two which closed its run. last night, "The
servapts that are identical twins. The Comedy of Errors" will close the sum- PARTIES NECESSARY
one pair lives in Ephesus, where the mer season with an outstanding coin-
action of the comedy is laid, while the edy, making seven out of eight ofO w Complicated Goivernmient, Advertising,
other two come from the enemy city bills light in mood It is °'ound that Generosity , and Apathy,
of 7phesus. The situation of such such farces and comco.lies aze most Increase Expense
confusing mistaken identity makes iopular during t19e warm summer
"The Comedy of Errors" one of months, "The seedground of the correction
Shakespeare's most famous comedies, - No announcement has yet bhen made of political evils lies in the education
The production of the farce by the jIconcerning the possibility of anothr of the people," stated Dr. James K.
Rockford Players is expected to pre- scason by the _nnany unte, Oiie au- Pollock, of the department of Political
sent many novelties from the costumes spices of tha summer ses.;io next Science in his lecture "What's Wrong
copied after Max Reinhardt's recent summer; but the (utstandig financial With Politics?" which was delivered
performance to the single setting in becess of th I-event ser.es indicate yesterday afternoon in Natural Science
which the action moves, picked out by a continuence .f ;his popula.' addition auditorium.
a spot-light thrown from the balcony. to the list of diversity att actions. "In order to have government we
The Rockf'd Players are opening must have political parties in order
nor a secondl year, in Rockfo'dr the first to' have political parties 'we must
week in Octor3" , following Robert, have managers, and i order to have
Henderson's sflet vacation in Eiiropel managers we must have money.
between the two seasons The on- Therefore, the financing of candi
f riete person-1 has not been an- dates and of the manager is the
nounced, althoiigb both Amy Loomis k ernel of the whole political govern-
(By Associated Press) have been re-engaged, ment, and we must realie that large
DETIROIT August 2-,Edsel Ford The performance this evening of sums of money are necessary. The
will back Con, Richard E, Byrd in "The Comedy of Errors" starts Anti-Saloon league,. the American
his proposed flight to the South Pole, promptly at 8:15, and no one will be Brewers association, the Non-Parti-
the Detroit Free Press will say to- 1sed din e olnogue. sTe pla san league, and other such societies
morrow in a copyrighted story, isel ilessonins save fo spend as much if not more money
1 single intermission in the middle of Ihn orpltca ate.Mn
Commander Byrd surprised Henry the performance. Seats may be r than our political parties. Moy
and Edsel Ford with a visit today. ? spent for these purposes can not be
'erve.d at the S) tPat tre b ookct.rJ

l ane carrying six machine guns mount-
being tested at Mitchell field, Long
up the seats there and have the frames
in ready for the pouring of most at
the seats resting in the ground. Cer-
pletion of this carpenter work will
determine the rate of pouring for
the big concrete mixer is capable of
supplying an almost unlimited amount
of mixed material. Working only
four days a week, the other two be-
ing spent in moving and not being
used at all on Sunday, the. machine
has kept well ahead of the contract
specifications. Night work also has
not been a factor although carpen-
ters worked overtime at the begin-!
ning of the building.
Over the west side the press stand,
the only structure to rise above the
level of the bowl is being started
and workmen of the telegraph and
telephone companies are engaged in
laying underground conduits to con-
vey wires to the press stand. The
tstand is to accommodate a large num-
her of operators and newspaper men.
On the ground aroundthe stadium,
proper, the final bit of drainage work
was completed last week, the roads
are being put in shape and a few
other bits of work completed.
As soon as the grounds are in
shape, the erection of the ornamentall
steel wire fence that will enclose
the whole project will be started,
this and the laying of sod around
the margin of the playing field being
the final bits of work.

After an all day conference includ- 1nd at the door, and are priced at 75
ug a visit to the Ford factories andl cents. The final performance of the
a luncheon, Edsel Ford announced
that his interest in the flight was as season will be Saturday night, Aug. 6.
enthusiastic as when Commander
Byrd sought and successfully com-
pleted his flight over the North Pole.
It was understood that Edsel Ford
furpished a large part of the money
which made the northern flight pos-
sible, Commander Byrd naming his
plane "Joseph E. Ford," the name of Is Graduate Of Harvard And Was
one of Edsel Ford's children. Professor Of iPolitics In
"It is not for any personal interest University Of Tokio.
that I am helping Byrd," Mr. Ford
said, "although I do like to hear the NO CHANGE TO BE MADE
adventures he has when we can get N C NB
together and talk them over. It is Dr. Walter Wallace McLaren of
principally because he is doing a ser- Williams College organizer and di-
vice to aviation and that it all w rector of the Institute of Politics, now,
are trying to do with our aviation in session in Williamstown, has ac-
enterprise at Dearborn," cepted the presidency of the Floating

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arm Relief Measures
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his farm or places a tenant in
charge. If the latter occurs, the
farm must then support two families:
The new man, as a general rule, has
his fortune to make out of the soil.
The prosperous farmer takes to the
city with him years of experience
and education in 'businesslike farm-
ing, his wealth which was produced
on the lad and his desire to live a
more comfortable life,
"We must study, too, community
relationships," said Mr. Jardine. "The
modern farm family will not live an
isolated life. Yet we dQ not want
the farm family to depend solely on
the casual entertainment of the typi-
cal village. The agricultural com-
munity must be developed, with op-1
portunity for amateur music, ama-
teur dramatics, aateur sports. This
has been accoplished in some places.1
It can be accomplished in other
"I cannot mention all the many as-
pects of the rural situation that con-
fronts us. We need to realize the
complexity of the problem. We need
to realize that it demands the thought
of the sepcialists in every field. There
is a nation-wide call that requires
nation-wide consideration.



f My Associated Press)
GENEVA, August 2.-Successful
Japanese meditation was said in the
Tri-partite Naval conference circles,
tonight to appear to be the only thing
that could save the conference from

A lengthy conference of the Japan-i
ese delegation was held today. This
followed upon a meeting between Vis-
count Ishii and W. C. Bridgeman, chief
British representative, at which Mr.
Bridgeman is reported to have askedI
the Japanese statesman whether he
had any suggestions to offer.
The Japanese represetatives met to
examine the situation from every
possible angle, to determine whether
any means could be discovered which
offered a path for acceptance as a
remedy for eight-gun cruisers which
is causing the existing deadlock.
From what meagre information
seeped out to the press, the Japanese
had not succeeded in developing a
single formula which would bring
the British and Americans closer to-
gether on -this contested point. How-1
ever, it was undertsood tonight that
the Japanese were continuing their
study tenaciously.
The British spokesmen did not
spare their words today in criticiz-
ing unfavorably the American propo-
sal which was framed to permit re-
nunciation of the treaty in case the
British found the American construc-
tion of cruisers a menace to British
security. The spokesmen asserted
that the proposal was fundamentally
objectionable because it authorized
no means of signatories until 1931,
and renunciation of the treaty was
not possible until 18 months after the
end of 1931.

University "Aurania," co-educational.
The announcement is as follows:
"The International U n i v e rsity
Cruise Inc., in conjunction with the
Cunard Steamship Company, Ltd.,
takes pleasure in announcing that
Walter Wallace McLaren has ac-
cepted the office of President of the
Faculty and Educational Director of
the Floating University "Aurania."
President MccLaren takes office im-
mediately. He has been given a free1
hand and full authority. He does not
plan to make any basic changes, being
in complete sympathy with the poll-
cies of the co-educational Floating
University, and any minor changes or
new appointments which he may di -
tate will be announced to the public
as soon as possible.'
President McLaren received his
Ph.D. from Harvard in 1908, and was
immediately called to Japan to serve
as Professor of Economics and Poli-
tics at Tokio until 1914. He then
ccame to Williams College, where he
is now Professor of Economics and
Executive Secretary of the Institution
of Politics.
During 1920 and 1921 Dr. McLaren
was the consulting economist for Far
Eastern countries in the department of
state. He is a member of the Eco-
nomic Association, of the American
Political Science Association, and of
the Asiatic Society of Japan.
MANILA-Senator Elpido Quirino
challenged as exorbitant the $15,000
travel expenses of Gov.-Gen. Leonardl
Our WeatherMan I
-Has a vague idea that it will be
fair with showers today, and hot to-

as well placed as that spent for the
public cause, such as the political
party represents. We are in advance
of the '70's or '80's for less money is
spent for illegitimate purposes. Poli-
tics are no more high priced nor
corrupted than business!'
Dr. Pollock mentioned four rea-
sons for the large expenses of pli-
tical parties. They were, first, the
complicated nature of the United
States government, which is difficult
for even close students of politics to
grasp fully and which by its intricate
processes makes the nomination and
election of candidates a hard and
long drawn out process.
Second the large amount of money
which must be devoted to advertis-
ing. Third, the fact that a party
must be generous and must not
bother about financial details lest a
bad impression be created. And last,
the genral apathy with which the
public looks upon the government as a
whole which encourages spectacular
campaigns and therefore greater ex-
In conclusion Dr. Pollock stated,
"We must remove the mystery from
government and persuade the peo-
ple to think for once, they find the
thrill and fascination that lies in
thinking the political evils will
The Men's Education club holds its
summer picnic at Ferry field Tuesday
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. The com-
mittee in charge has arranged a pro-
grain which includes baseball games
between the principals and school
superintendents, for championship,
and the teachers will seek to hand the
cellar honors to the faculty of the
School of Education.
In the evening at 7:30, the Society
of the L. Y. D., national education
fraternity, will receive applicants for
admission who will be presented by
Professor. Thomas Diamond. The ini-
tiation ceremony will be in charge of
Professor J. B. Edmonson.
Education club members can pur-
chase their tickets for the picnic at
the main desk of the Union, at Profes-
sor G .E. Myer's office, in Tappan hall,
and in Professor Raleigh Schorling's
office on the third floor of University
high school before 9 o'clock today.
tix' Associated Press)
American League
Cleveland, 2; New York, 1.
St. Louis-Boston, rain.
Chicago-Philadelphia, rain.
National League
New York 6; St. Louis, 3.
Brooklyn, 2; Cincinnati, 1.
Boston, 4; Pittsburgh, 1.
Philadelphia, 5; Chicago, 6.

A new Bureau of University e r
search is to be inaugurated and rooms er moves to the city? H either sells
201 and 203 in University Hall are to GRAD S TUDENTS
be altered to accommodate it. In the W GRAD STUD NTS
Old Physics building five rooms ire W ILL CONVENE
being redecorated for offices, and an
improved lighting system will be in-
stalled. Concrete is being poured into It has been announced by the chair-
the cracks in the coal bason at the rman of the graduate committee of
power plant. the School of Education, that there


est to all graduate students in edu-
cation. Members of the faculty of the
School of Education are also urged to
attend this meeting.
FRANKFORT.-Three men in a
thirty-foot sailboat will try to cir-
cumnavigate the world, starting from
LONDON-Scotland Yard frowns on
the proposal of Lady Ossulston to
eliminate laundry marks in a laun-

PARIS.-Germany has lived up to
every undertaking subscribed to un-
der the Dawes Plan, is the verdict of
the reparations commission after a
general meeting here.

will be a very important meeting of
all graduate students in that depart-
ment, at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
Natural Science auditorium. Deans
Huber, Kraus and Whitney will make

announcements that will be of inter- dry she is to start in London.

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