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THE ,MICHIGAN DAILY

I UnIUEII

rican Entrants To Circle,
Globe- First, Says Pawlowski

Greeted By Newly
tadlo, Ballinls,
venlenees
;POR.T JFNE
RT WORK ON 2RI

The American entrants In .what. has
delevoped into an~ "Around-the-
'World" race for airplanes of all na-
tions will no doubt be th'e winners in
the opinion of. Prof. Felix W.Pawlow-
ski of the aeronautical ei~nineering
department. In spite' of the set-backs
that have been encountered by the T'
S. Army planes at least one will finish
Columbia Prexyc
Under Fire .From
Prohibition i'ss

for the summer session at'
g camp inl the world,' are 'nor~
anid a meeting for all me~i
ito attend this summer wil
1the latter part of thiA weel..
surveying depa7 tmntt, wh(

before those of .any other nation, he
believes.
"The 'Englishmen, .who started out
, oon after those of this country," the
Professor poinlted out1. "are alreadly
-ut of it., The French heave caught up
but will probably fare in, the F,,me
way. Portugese aviators have also
just begun the race but are no better
nreparedi than any of the other Europ-
eans."
Reasons for his opinion are tlu't the
Vnitedl States is'the onily nation whlose
representatives have sent supplies and
spare parts ahead and this is essen-
tVal as no plane can fly 20,040 withoutj
breaking some parts, larger party than
it is possible* to carry in reserve un-
less tr'ey, are, shipped to some point
in advance.
cThere .is some practical value to 1)e
g;otten from these tteuipts to circle
he globe by plane. thinks Professor
Pawlowski, in that the endurability of

Who

is camp director.
All who enroll for the damp session
of six weeks must report on Saturday
June 21, work starting Monday, Jun(
23. This summer th'ere will be Im
one session, where arrangements are
being made to care for frrom 85 to 100
students. For the past three years try(
sessions 'were held each suinmer
This will not be necessary this year.
Students in the forestry, cil1engin-
eering;' landscape design an1d geodesy3
departments .will attendtte sessain 3E1
well as several stuidents from' -other
U~niversities.
Several -assistants ,ini thie ifrezit
departments will be sent on, ahead, for
two weeks to com~plet~e prelimin~ary
work before the a rrivl of, th~e- ~
body, A work sliop will be 'bu4it.b
these men, as well as a blew keeper'B
building. The latter wiflprobably'be
left over until th'e main,,body'arriv'es1
however.I
Thel fag-pole which wa, i'cts
last sumimer will be jproteted from
lightnng to prevent any a~coidents.
Last 'year: 1igbt4 bgstrckthe, pole
when muen were remo'yirg the flag, but
no one was hurt as the~,guy 'Wirei de-.
fleeted" the' blop*. Several' bbi~ldinog
will also be comipletely furnished fr y
the advance guard and 'a~. vwll stbt~ed
last siummer will be comp~let'ed.
A new club roomn, alo built, last
su~mmer, will be used fr the fir-A4Um~e
this year. It is equipped with: .,radio
set, sterescope, a te~w books, an>-c I
a~nd checker tablesi. rr. " arrr'
Forsythe, 'and .tDr. .W<Sikof ~he'
health service will _aitern i&t -Ascamp
doctors.
MIXC AIW

leltoias iirray Butter
Nicholas' Murray Butler, president
of Columbi~a Uiversity' in New York,
on of t the velargest educatinl in-,
's~utins ii hecountry, is under fire
~froin "dry" elementse, cause of his
dsaainlgremaerks on prohibition.
Ile nays that the Volstead la,, and thI~
eighteenith amendmnt have not in any
way' benefitted the Americean public;
but ha've, ini fact, created evil and
ptove~n a fLalure. He favors repeal.
{ 'DAMA
~,(Continued from Page Fouir)
the remar~kable .fat- of singig a song
so~ that' the 'audienice, could actually
make out the words. The~y added
nitejli1ly' to the spedctaclar finale, in
'$rich -a n countpae nunbro
btl.appeared 'fl m rows of panels.
JA ek e ck drop.
Joh Sheeh an, ways 'quite the fu}
meat nio hi p'sow. Hlis rend
t~anof Goodbye, Darj oldAlaska,
. eat '+t~i ;ba f th~le bygone:
da,-Wa' kwokf art. "'Inforia-
tiz 'eaie'°a ~f-is own. gave
1 ttore opportuntis to'create
nhirii. Fom the reactions of the
1ag audience it seems safe to saiy
that a good time was had, by all. '

the planes and the pilots are tested.
The time, money and effort used to
travel .20 or 25 thousand miles by
plane are. not wasted.
in comnmenting upo n the disappear-
ance of. Major Martin', the commnander
of the :trip who 'has been lost for
several days, he said that hre consider-
id that the major. would "probabfly be
'ound a, he could easily be resting in
ne of the numeroiis fiords or ' ays
'hat are so numerous in the vicinity
)ve'r which he wa~s flying in order toj
'aake repairs to his machine.
Unless somxe accident .has occurred.
he would he able to Ulve for several
weeks on the food which, he' carried
along, pointed out~ the .professor;,.who
also advocated that the other planes
he sent back to look: for him as they
would be much more likely ,to find
hiim than ships ,s, they could easily
lTook in many channels while a ship
vrould have difficulty in sailing
'trough t'hem' with aniy speed.
t4,,pp1 es Moved Farn O~l Shops
_,uppltes from thne old engin~eerin$
be~ds to the south of the 'building
"ornieiiy occupied by the engineerlnk
{hiops department have been modved
tnd are now being placed in th'e oouft-
yard of the Eaist Engineering building
'in chureb street They will reuain
there until the new sheds for wh'Wcb
'he flegent- made an appronriatl~n rd-
1 :ntly are built on the south side of
the .court.4
:ophomores and secoind s, T-
eater Freshmen who deite to
try> out 'for the business: stff of
thfe Varsity Glee club a rge lw
to sfee the manage'r any'day be-
tn 4 o'cock and i:3I0'Wclovkl
i z r 308 atthe Vflio .t 14
Fletcher
3--STORES-"
Swing Out
Sp ring Games
Cap'Night
ai

iiiru~~t am nnu ; secure further information from Mr. I
VVLL II UJ Ih R Weeks wvho is staying at room 405 inj
WW i 11!! theUnion.,
WYOMING SUiyoINVRa ! oeRobd
---,_ uerthfurniture storm at 1134-15i
of ~East Wahington streets was broken
s~eks f Mchian ootallfanc, s:into between 12:15 and 1:35 o'clocki-
Wees f Mchga fotbllfam. ~Yysterday mporning. The safe was{E
in Ann Arbor signing ulp boys from 1 , hi'okeii open and all the cash amount-
'to 20 years of age for the Ameoretti ing to $400 was taken.'
Ca p c m a y o a d r y ni '.The Am oretti com pany operates 'i
'line of camps all through, the Jackson AJJIAN-ANN AiB114IITS; 111E
Hole and 'Wind River country south of Central Time (Slow Time)
th'e Yellowstone Par'k. Mr. 'Wyeeks Leave Cuamber of Cmmere
Week Days Sundays
says that this country with its' snow- 6:45 a. in 6:45 a. m
Capped peaks, ragged rang es, tier a11± :45 pn; . .4 .
tiful valleys and lakes is thte only JA)n H. ELLIOTT, Ptoprietor
place for a toy to spend iii va .a- hore 926-M Adrian Mich.
tion.
A -six weeks camnping trip through IIf)1 UD , M--- ake big mony this!'
the. Wind River miountains, the back -
b n of t e I o k e i b in -1l m ,d u n er s li g I or e - a s t ap osby M r. W eeks for husky A nn A rbor and specialties. Finest on m arket.
lads. The trip will start at Lauder, Now styles, .new colors, new selling °
Wyoming on July 1, where the boys plan. Your profits in advance. $15-
will see a real western round]-up?. On' a (lay easy. You show samples and!
horse-back the party will wo'k their snail us orders. 'We deliver and ('0-i=
Sway north to tlire Yellowstone P I' k, l .Sn aead ~dCsfrsm
there taking the regular government i apron and seling outfit, 75c C. ,0.
sight-seeing tours.- The return w11 bn
made through the Teton Pass and11. Become our District Manager. Your,
Jackson'Hole country, arriving at Lan-1 succes guaranteed. Address .The
der about August 15.t Horsey-Bassett Co., Inc., Dept. CP-5,'
Those -interested in tha tril) may Crisfield; Maryland. ,
r -
G Ua_ our
-
the eet fre fr m fo d nP'"
E but~Let WRIGLsEY'S b4he tthe:
guadit atxds> an oyurm hland
, .:; It will combat lyrtruble of,
k: 10a .various kind. t hpsto! 1keep
.taabl thewteeth'freeafromt ood palu r -
ticles th nogaL reti an:s .c u
oienlypeen -tpreven~ts tly teit
I L1$
So 'We saater digestin admelps t
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MA FSTIV ,-.01A

MICHIGANI'S
GREATEST
MUSICAL:
EVEN
FIRST MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
'Vedinesdlmly Evening, M~aiy 01, 8:00) 'cck
SOLOISTS
LJmuJIy Krueger (Mlunich, Berlin and Madrid Operas)....Sopr
Palmer ChIristiant (University Organist).........Ori
(Chicago Symphony (Orchietra-Frederick 'So6-.........Condu
PRIOGRIAM
OVERTURE TO "THE SECRET OF SUSANNE ..... Wof-eri
ARIA, "AN DIE HOFFNUNG" .... ................ .....Beetho
TWO NOCTURNES ... .... ....:. ..................... Dsbus
Clouds-Festivals.
THREE SONGS; WITH ORCHESTRA ..... ,........Sehul
CONCERTO NO. 1l FOR ORGAN AND ORCHESTRA... DeLaa
(Conducted lby the Coiposer)
ARIA, "Dear Hall of Songs" from "Tanhauser".......Wal
INTRODTCTION-Tristan 's Vision-Arrival of the Ships-Isold's
Love Death, from "Tristan and Isolde"..........Wag
(Arranged for Concert: Performances by Frederick-Sok)'
SECOND MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT1
Thursday Evenig, May 22, SkQIY 'clock
SOLOISTS
Oklre Jinx' (Chicago Civic Opera) . .............oprt
Sylvia Lent (American Virtuoso) ................. .... Violiit
Royal Dadmnun (Distinguished American Artist)....... ....Baru
U niversity Choral Unon-earl V. Moore...... .......... Conduxv
Chicago Symphony Orlesta-Frederick Stock..... ... .odua
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "A Pilgrim Vsion"............Carpem
ARIA, "Deli vieni non tardar" ("Marriage of Figaro").,.....oZ'
SYMPHONIC POEM, "Pastorale d'ete......................Honesj
CONCERTO IN G MINOR FOR VIOLIN .........,...........r
CARTATA, "SEA DRIF T", FOR BARITONE SOLO, CHO1S AND
ORCHESTRA .DIe:
ARIA, -"Me voija seule" ("Les Pecheurs de Peres") R F
SELECTIONS FROM THE'"D3 MINOR"MASS"........
()"Sandctfus." sreit"()QIfli
THIRD MAY FESTIVAL CONCER r
" , " :' ' rl yAfteinoon , M . ..fit a 'Ya rk " rt l.csR,
t'hiufltdr cf ftaJ(hiornsi'-Geoge O~eiclur 13 wn.... Co^Iu
PROGRAM "CI
Hht S)l.N 1Wef1_lk"f' ............Zuni Indian MNe~
,'IflTIN FOUNTAIN I3 wit.... .. ..
,eI1A1\ISi'l DANCI' ................ .. Te
N10,HT IIYIA(N AT SNEA...Goriug-Ihio3
O PEAIJTIFtIL VIOLET,,....,......Ien
SPRINGSOG...Mde
P H I liO M E L W4 IT H' M E L O Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GOOD,,NIGHT, IJF:TTY STARS.............r:
M QIUNING....................... Fa
C'RADLEF SO .......................Snhul
FANTASIE IMPRO'MPTUT...................N
ITALIAN SERENADE....................
SCHERZO.......... ......................
WHIRL AND TWIRL :(From "Flying Dutchnman") ........ay;
WALTZ SONG (from "Faust")-.................ou
INt'i'ATION OF T'l"E DELLS! (From "Chimes of Normandy )
a~- Planu
FOURTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT.
Friday Evening, May 23, 9:04)'o'clock
SOLIS)ITS
Sophie Braaslan. (Metropolitan Opera) .:...............(Xltr
Tito Schipa ,(Chicago Civic Opera) ............ ......T
The Cicgo Sympony Orhestra-=Frederick Stock..... 06nd6we
P11 OURlA M
OVERTURE. "Bohemia....................
REiCITATIVE AND ARIA. "Gereclter Got" ("Rinzi")....ag
SELECTIONS FROM SUITE NO. 2 ..:'..............Mlht
ARIA, "Mappari" (".Martha) z.........;.............
CHOREOGRAPHIC POEM, "The Waltz"..............
SONGS WITH ORCHESTRA..............ousscr
(a)--Serenade of Death, ()-The Banks of the Don. (c--O
the Dnieper.
TWO TRANSCRIPTIONS FOR ORC~ESTRA-
(a) Molly on the Shore ....................... G Cran
(b)' The Irish Washerwomn...... ,.... i...........Sowe
ARIA, "Ossian's Song" ("Werther") . .... ............ ... Masse
SLAVONIC DANCES............:......... . .....Dvo
FIFTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT,
Saturday' Afternoon, May 24, 2:30 o'clock
SOLOISTS
Harold Bater (Favorite Concert Artist) ... ........... .... . Ai
Chicago Symphony Orchmestra-Frederick Stock.......... Conduc
PROGRAM

OVERTURE, "Cockaigne"'.......... ,...................Eli
A LONDON SYMPHONY (First Time in Ann. Arbor)....... Willia
Lento-Allegro Risoluto; Lento; Scherzo; Andante--Allegro;
Epilogue.
CONCERTO FOR PIANOFORTE NO..5 E FLAT MAJOR . . BeethoN
Allegro;. Adagio un poco moto-R-ondo.
SIXTH MAY FETIVAL CONCERT
Satnrday Evening, May 24, 8.09) o'cloick
;O1OISTS.
Jiusolina Giannini (Amnerican-Italian Concert Star)......... Sopra
Forrest Lamont (Chicago Civic Opera) .................e;
'Vicente BalleSter (MIetropolitan Opera)........ .........Earitc
Cesare Baromeo WChase 'Sikes)o (La Scala' Opera) ............. r
Chicago .Symp.hony OQrchestra-F'rederick Stock ........'Conduct
} ITPROGAM
INTRODUCTION AND "HYIMN TO THE SUN'" ("Iris") ; .. Mascaf
LA PRIMAVERA (Spring) ........ ............... ...... Respit
FINALE, ACT 1I, "Forza Del Destino" ..... .......
EXCERPTS FROM " AIDA...... ............. ........
(a) Act L. Aria, "Ritorna Vincitor."

eci in
one so

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RoJrs ofIJ lL Ann. IJuo. "
She will offer the following program.
night, to wilbichi. the general; pulic
cordially invited;
o an Aeolian Psarp . . . ,Thaims
per Tod, Das Ist Die Kuhle
NaIcht q. . . . . .. . r hu
[adchenliied ............ Brahms
fy Heart is in Bloom .....,.Bzrams
Thou Billowy Harvest
Field............ ..RachmaninoffI
o the Children .......tachmaninoff
[ynn to the Sun
(Coq d 'Or) ..... Rijn sky-Korsmikoff
loods of, Spring...... RachmaninoffJ
ria-Ah. fors' d' luil
(La Traviata) ..............Verdi
Le..................... Down~iig
[emory ............... ....Mlegley'
lie Sailor's Wife........... Burleigh
ierrot...........Samuels.
Accompaniments by Dwight Steere.
Princeton, N. J., May ,4. Thej
rinceton universit~y summer sess ion,
ill start tbis year 'on July 7, to last
pproximuately seven weeks

"Jimmie the adtaker" sell~ anythingf
a glckly.-Ad'v.
SUMMER POSITIONS
We are now adding college students
t~o 'our force 'for the summer months
to' -%ork -along religious and educa.
tional lines. Stl.4lents employed b its
nteed hiave. no finrther worries concern-
Ing finances for the next college 'year.
Oirgurantee assures a minnium of
$SioO t.00 with olp'ortunity of earning
# Rveral times this amount. A number
of studen~ts ea-ed well over $1,004)
last sunnmer. 'No capital nor exp)erience
necessary. W'lrte' today for full par-
tlcviiar's and organization plan.*
! Universal Book & Bible House
College- Department
1010) Arei Street Philadelphia
R each the WNant Ads

No__I-

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We have a fie assortmnent of rich colors. Just
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gof r that outing, and it's "classy." . .$2.50

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Nt Poket Kodak
around the "campus with
you--you 'can 'wear, it.
You'll bey ready, then, to
m~ake !,the' unexpected
pictures that, prove. the
most interesting in scrap
books and college 'publi-
cations.
Easy and quick .to operate.'
Merely pullout the front and
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MAY 11

CFAWF~ORD SHOES--we have quite a
fewe newv styles for young men. $7.50 and
$8.00.

REM ,EMBER.
H'ER WITH
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