:4ATURDAY, MAY 8,' 1926
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Michigan I Rt
WILL TAKE TEST TRIP'
eadly For Initial Flight
selected as first alternate. The bal-
loon will be piloted by R. 1-I. Upson,
former instructor at the University,
land, at.:present,. chief engineer of the
Aircraft Development company of De- S
The balloon is housed at the labor-
will return by train. Expenses of t he
trip, according to Thompson, will
reach about $50, of which $26 will be
used to pay for repairs which wereI
The balloon, which according to
D ETROIT THEATRES
Upson, is in excellent condition, has a cotton, (loped with oil to make it gas
capacity of 42,000 cubic feet, a. lifting!poo.A clrsceeof.,azan
p)ower of one ton when inflatedl withI blue is carr'iedI thrdughout with one
hydrogen, and slightly less 'when in-! diamond of blue followed' by three of
IHfated with coal gas. The baig is of rnmaize.
Friday May 14
F'inal arrangements for the premier aoy of the+ AirrftDvlomn
Bight of the Michigan I, the Universi- company at present. This afternoon
ty's balloon, have been completed; and it will be transported to the High-
,t1 rring unfavorable weather condi- ]land Park field where it will be filled
t~ions, the trip will take place tonight with coal gas.
and tomorrow, according to Milton[ At, sundown the balloon will take
Thompson, grad, who is in charge of Toff, fly all Saturday .night, and as
the event., much farther as is .possible. If the
Those who will make the trip be- weather is favorable, they expect, to
sides Thompson, are Vernon B. Qua,, make about 200 miles. After landing.
'2(;E, 1..G. Winter, '26F, and 'William, the balloon will be shipped back to
Gelman, '26E. Frank Reid, '26E, was Detroit by freight -and the passengers
Nivhts - 23c to $1.50
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