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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TIGER-SOX GAME
GUEST OF HONOR ATI
EON WHERE COBB
'S "DEGREES"

erans'~ bureau; quarterma.ster, N. R. A.
Becker, Detroit, of the Michigan State
Telephone company; judge advocate,
George King, '15L, a Detroit attorney;
state welfare officer, Dr. Clarence L.
Candler, of Detroit; chaplain, Rev. H.
T. Fax, of Detroit; member of Cuncil
of administration, Warren V. Gilbert,
'23E, past commander of the Univer-
sity, V.F.W. post.

Student Acts As flilst I Stinson 's
first Detroit- Chicago ejlane Tr
ff3 $$$$

Mr. Mike Harrison

groups from 62 col-
sities throughout the ICOSMOPOLITAN CLUB ELECTS
,sits th erotte-.OFFICERS; BANQUET DATE SET
s of the Intercol1gi-

ate Alumni Association of Detroit,
held their annual get-together lunch-
eon Saturday noon at Hotel Statler,
followed by a parade to Navin field,
where they attended the Detroit-Chi-
cago game.
Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis, na-
tional baseball commissioner, was
guest of honor at the luncheon. "Ty"
Cobb, manager of the Detroit Tigers,
was presented with three "degrees"
by the association-A. B. (at bat), M.
D. (manager, Detroit), and Ph.D. (doc-
tor of philosophy and phielding
demon, if he lifts his team to fifth
place in the league standing before
the end of the year)-bestowed by
"Navin Campus, college of hard
knocks." The M. D. was granted in
recognitoin of als experience as in-
terne in "second division hospital."
Mason P. Rummey, 's08E, was chair-
man of the parade committee. Charles
B. Crouse, Princeton graduate, and
president of the association, was gen-
eral chairman of the celebration. Rob-
ert H. Clancy, '07, acted as chairman
of stunts at the ball park.
PLAN R1 1 C.ARMORY
AT VUFI. COVNTO
STATE OFFICERS ARE ELECTED
TO SERVE NEXT
YEAR
The dream of a University R. 0. T.
C. armory took a step in the direction
of reality Saturday gfternoon at the
third anunual Veterans of Foreign
Wars state encampment at the armory
when it was resolved that the cam-
paign of the Richard N. Hall post of
the Veterans of Foreign Wars and
the R. 0. T. C. for an armory at the
University be endorsed."
It was also resolved that the new
govenment 1000 bed hospital, which
is to be built in the middle west as
soon as a suitable site is 'located, be
built near Detroit, and many promi-
neat delegates pledged their effrts
to get this building in the Ann. Arbor'
r~egon.
State officers for the ensuing year,
including one Michigan alumnus and
one undergraduate, were 'also elected
at the meeting. They are: State com-
mander, Heziah Duff, Lansing, execu-
tive of the state secretary commission;
senior vice-commander A. C. Britton,
Battle Creek, of the Michigan 'Rail-
road company; junior vice-command-
er, E. G. Jenkins, Detroit, of the Vet-

Officers for the coming year were
elected and the date for the annual
banquet was set Saturday night at a
meeting of the Cosmopolitan club. The
officers elected were: President, Her-
bert Twining, '23; vice-president,
Clara Eastlake, '23,'. Tokio, Japan;
secretary, Victor Gondos, '24A; Carle-
ton Wells, instructor in rhetoric, fac-
ulty treasurer, and Miss Tsao, Peking,
China, and Jose A. Martinez, '22E,
Tacubaya, Mexico, to the board of di-
rectors. Prof. Arthur W. Smith, of
the physics department, and Mrs. Carl
Rufus, were {also elected to the board
~Jdirectors.
It was decided that next year the
Cosmopolitan club will function as a
single organization, instead of the
men's and women's clubs as hereto-
fore! The annual banquet will be held
next Saturday, May 13.
T.W A E
STUES., WED., MAY %, 10

John G. Vinkemulder, '22, was a
passenger in the first aeroplane piloted
from Detroit to Chicago by Eddie
Stinson, who holds the world's endur-
ance record for aviators, last Friday.
Vinkemulder was drivin to De-
troit on his motorcycle, and had
reached the outskirts of Detroit when
he saw an aeroplane near the road
preparing for flight. He dismounted
from his machine and went over to
-,atch, when he observed that the pilot
and his mechanician were filling the
plane with cement blocks. On seer-
tamng that the cement was to act as
ballast to the machine, Vinkemulder
offered to play the part of ballast'
himself, and his application was ac-
cepted by the pilot, who then intro-
duced himself as Eddie Stinson. I

Leaving Morrow field in Detroit at
2:20 o'clock, the plane flew out War-
ren street. Passing over Wayne and
Ypsilanti the machine sailed to the
right of Ann Arbor. Because of the
25 mile wind blowing dead against
the flight of the plane, it was found
impossible to attain an actual speed
of more than 95 miles an hour.
At 5:02 o'clock Lake Michigan ap-
peared, and the plane turned to fol-
low the shore line.. For the next few
minutes the machine flew directly
over the lake,; keeping always within
a safe distance of the shore. Ham-
mont and Gary, Ind., were quickly
passed and the machine headed for
southwest Chicago. At 5:37 o'clock
Stinson shut off the motor and started
the long glide to earth. The party
landed at Ashburn Park.

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