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SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIUAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

New Wforkers Wait As Subways Are Tied Up

By Strike

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Macready, erstwhile holder of the
world's altitude record. He experi-
enced engine failure over Dayton an
the night of June 18, 1924. H-e guided
his plane over the city district; it
crashed in an open space in the su-
burbs, and the flier landed after jump-
ing 1,200 feet.
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When striking motormen and switchmen on the subways of New York cut the underground service to
about 50 per cent of normal, the New Yorker must needs find another way to get to work. Here are seen hun-
dreds of impatient golk waiting in the rain at an uptown corner for the special service of busses which is one #
of the strike-time mreasures.
"The CatrpilarClub ' O ganzedparachute functioned in a 150-foot
"The Catepillr C ub" rganzedleap, saving the life of Walter E..,Rees,
By Those Who Owe Life To Insect; who landed safely on the Wilmington
Pike, near Dayton, June 13, 1924. This
(By Associated Press) McCook field, here. He had a "pet I h hretscesu rpo
record.
DAYTON, 0., July 9.-Silken thread brand" of "chute" he wanted to try The first successful night "leap for
secreted by the caterpillar is a flimsy,I out, but was persuaded to take along Ilife" was7 made by Lieutenant John A.
brittle fiber, but woven into cloth of the army brand. He jumped from an
the proper texture it may make a altitude of 2,000 feet, and fell 1,500.
parachute by which aviators' lives areg Unable to open his "pet"; he resortedj
saved, to the army "chute" and. landedl
Hence twenty-eight persons who safely.
owe their lives to the United states, The longest "leap for life" on the
army parachute automatically have be- Caterpillar Club records, is that of
came members of "The CaterpillarE Lieutenatnt J. T. Johnson, Selfridge f a r a a r e I
Club."# Field, Mich., who jumped from an alti-#
Eighteen of those who have suc- tude of 10,000 feet over the Allegheny&Alei
cessfully entrusted their lives to the Mountains near Eaglesmore, Pat. The
army parachute are army officers, four plane was demolished in the nuoun-
are civilians--one of them a woman- tains, but Lieutenant Johnson landed tIJV4J
three air service privates, and one! safely in an apple tree. Au oil lead
hails from each of the following class-t had caused the accident. Scientifically selected and
flie fals svera hunredprepared foods
ifications : naval officer, marine officer, Usually, a 1lerfals1eerl3u0re1i:30 5tO :00-3:30
marine sergeant, and air service cadet.! feet before the "chute" opens, hence It, FOUNTAIN SERVICE
The dependability of the parachute liIs considered "luckier" to jump from kfIThxN 0()N AND EVE.N1NC
was first demonstrated on August 24, several. thousand feet than from just op evry Evc n gJ!Xcep; ZMonday -
A 1920, wh'en Flier O'Connor a civilian a little ~distance. 00LLieTue oneay1
aviator, staged an exhibition leap at On one occasion, however, the army

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron St., East
R. Edward Sayles, Miister
Hoiiard IL Chapmian
Student :Minister

10:45 A. M.-Morning
O~The Victorious
Sermon by Rt.
Styles, i ister.

worship:
Jesus."
Edward

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Washington Streets
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, Pastor
DONALD TI 1itiE:IMAN9 MARGARET H. STAIR
Assoclate DIlrectors of Student Activities
10 :30-Pastor's subjects: "Chiristian Citizenship."
12:00.12:45---Student Cla.ss at Wosley flail. H. C, Coffman and
Donald Timmnerman, letAdetrs. Sunmmer School students
especially invited.
6:00-Wesleyan Guild mieeting att Wesley flall. Sherman Richards.
leader.
7 :00-Open house,

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FIRST
CONGRE3GATIONAL
CHURCH
Herbert, A. JIump, Minister
E. Knox Miteell, Jr.
TUniversity Pastor
10:45--service of worship. Dr.
Johni W. ;given of London,
11ngland, will breach,
5:310-Student Supper and dis-
cussion hour. Prof. Preston
Slosson will discuss: "Ev-
lution aiand Religion."
8:00-Motion picture serv~ice.
Feature tilm: 0l1 the Banks
of te 11w Wl8wi};

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ino SpcPceGop
DessPriceda iha4
thsespcil ales offeredfor th weekend. Yu'll i
ataaie hnaoeti g w s fl, lI. h focs r
lkinsme. Te orie t ogehe wththirsmr
otherpopuar clors
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12:00-Bible class for students
Wn church audltoriun , led
by Professor Stevens.
Catholic Students'
Chapel
Wi1llau and Thomupson
Sunday Masses
8:30 and 10:00 o'clock
Rev. Michael P. Bourke
Chaplain

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Division and Catherine Streets
;SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY

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UNITARIAN tCHURCH
T to N. State St.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
10:45 A. M.-Dr. J. T. Sunder-
land, D. D., author of "The
OrIgin and Character of
the 11141e," "Religion and
Evolutioni," etc., preaches.
This is the last Sunday before
the church closes for a mnid-
summer vacation.

8:00 A. M.-HiglyCOMMUnion.

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11:00 A. M.--Morning prayer and sermon "by the Reverend Philip L.
Schen k.
4:00 P. M.-Open house at Harris Hall. Everyone cordially invited.

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FIRST
LEWTTIS U.J

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCI
Huroni and Division Streets
MERLE H. ANDERSO~N, Minister
REI ANN MRS. NELLIE B. CAD WELL
Secretaries for Student Work
O~ffiesi Lane Hall

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First Church of Christ Scientist
449 South Division St.
Subject of next Sunday's
sermon: "Sacrament."

9:30--Church School.
10:45-Morning worship with sermon by the Rev. John Comin, .D.,
on the topic: "'tue Ignorance of the E xpe."l
5:30--Young People's Social Hour.
0::30-Young People's Society meeting. Leader, Miss :Elizabeth
Wilson. Subject: "Tolerance."

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