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FIIDA , OCTOBEIR 22, 1926

THE MICHIGAN -DAILY

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[ETROIT BALLOO'N Is
Word has been received that the
figliball II, the Detroit Flying club!
alloon in which five" University of
ichigan students made a 40-mile!
ight last Sunday, escaped from its
hlot, Dr. G. M. Le Gallee, when he
nded Wednesday, after a continuance
f the flight started with the stn-
ents. The. balloon is apparently!
ompletely destroyed.
]e ,grou~p. of. students and the pilot
took off fr'om Wyandotte at 3 o'clock
Sunday afternoon, and landed six
hours later near Belle River, Ont., dlue
to insufficient ballast. Dr. Le Gallee
off' i bn 1nmedi~tely follow-j
-inig the landing in order to complete
a requirement for his pilot's license.l
The requirement was that he fly one
night alone.
No word was heard from Dr. Le
(Gallee until yesterday when it was
found that he had landed at. Grand
F+orks, Potter county, Pa. He wasI
climbing up the rigging preparing to
deflate his balloon when a strong gust
of wind came along and swept the bag
off the ground. Realizing that hie
could not. stop, Dr. Le Gallee dropped
to the ground, and the balloon, re-
lieved of his weight, sailed out of
Night. It is expected that when the
lag reached a high altitude, it ex-
ploded due to the reduced external
pressure.

/ "De ocracy Fails"

(NEWSPAPERMEN PRESENT OPINIONS AT ANNUAL STATE 1 Mic1lclcotsjilbehI n
tK igan' Is Entered1 wiinner, besides gaining the Chicgo
I ~ PRESS CONVENTION IN THREE-DAY SESSION AT UNION; In OratoIcry Cntst ' a'lumi testimonial f 10, willep-
(Continued from Page One) Foallowing this talk, Lee M. Wood- histories of the city and state. le 'Leagu const.Ilnos oa Riieo
A. E. McCrae, of. the Muskegon'ruf', '21, editorial writer for thie stated that "Literary school graduates] icigani will again be represented ita, and Northwestern are the other
roncle takedon 'Th Maagig GandRap(IsPres, avehispoit Iknow how to use a library and ar- in the Northern League oratorical con- s schools enteredl in this league
ihPito no iw esi1ta h not entirely in the dark." ;test acording to an alilnoeuemet _____
Edito's Pito View, drawing anI o w adta h positionI George T. Hunter of the Port IIuron nite yst erday by Prof. Louis M\. Lich'
analogy between the lineot ype fore- and work of the eitorial writer is Times Herald gave the final talk oi of the public speaking department who j STOCKHFOLM.-inal results of the
man, and the managing editor. Le( much different than, it was some years j the program, explaining how the iil have charge o~ the preparatoios I'cent provinial legislative f leciois
remarked that the work of the manl- ago. The editorial writer is no longer T =imes Herald had expanded to take here.; in Sweden show that the ot a losses
aging editor is to see t hat the ma- the editor of the paper as he once intesrrudn erioyiis Poeso.ihi cnutn;acas~o the bourgeois patie, aiounT led o
chine of the newspaper is running was, and even has some of his work i. 54 lae5
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that thPortayubonanews.dThelmethod usedaveaa.beochosenobuttthere will bega
thtthymyfeaoie.Mr era, a""o ninteirn lae was to establish staf. reporters in local cotest some time in February (BLGAD.I-. uzunovitc, who
add(I ha th aaloy edel wen ?dr Wo~luftured hatal nes-neighboring towns who adtvise co- to choocse the rep esetatives from the with members of his cabinet resigned
th ~tra'ue i' wwdr(I,.,,ppeshv . irr hihicue res pondents rather than merely rely various classes who will com)ete ill rcently, withdrew his resinationz
for he deals with human bhings and l books onl political science, economics, on the correspondents alone. the caaiiip contest. In February the the next (ay.
all their imperfections andl interests: philosophy and history, as well as

lDr. Alexander MIelklejohn
Wisconsin university professor, who
stated as his belief that democracy is
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in the mass of the nation, particularly
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