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April 28, 1929 - Image 3

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THE" MICH-iiAN-DAEY

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AL MStudent Of Qua
From Sacramento,
,LLU comes memories of old
town in the form of;
Miss Mary Hamilton, o
An official order from the United Arbor's oldest landladie
States War Department named old student, now a succ
Major Basil D. Edwards, Infantry, tracting engineer, who
as successor to Major Reinold Mel- tions were stirred by ar

arter Century Ago WOOD TO STUDY STUDENTS ARE TAKING TO AIR QUTE READILY, row sport model has been ordered
and is on its way from Nebraska.
/rites Recollections Of Campus POLICE RECORDS PILOTS OF FLO FLYING SERVICE ANNOUNCE For the convenience of all en-
thusiasts, busses leave the Union
California, there was much less drinking then Students of the University are shape in time for the Michigan Air at every ten minutes after the hour
Ann Arbor among college folk than now. The One of the most extensive so- taking to the air quite readily, ac- Tour, for which Ann Arbor is the for the airport.
a letter to standard beverage that year of '97- ciological investigations ever un- cording to the pilots of the Flo fourth stop.
ne of Ann '98 was sweet cider-not always dertaken is now being carried on At present the would-be-flier has| NEW BRUNSWICK.-Two men
s, from an sweet-for I recall the glass of under the Detroit Bureau of Re- Flying Service at the Ann Arbor his choice of two Arrow sport mod- arrived here in a 15 foot outboard
essful con- vinegar the boys served me when I search by Prof. Arthur E. Wood airport. Whenever the weather1 els, a Spartanplane or a Stinson- motor boat which they are running
se recollec- came late one night and which I of the sociology department. Over permits their planes are in the air, I Detroiter cabin plane. Another Ar- from Miami to New York.
recent arti- drank without batting an eye 200,000 arrest cards from the De- either taking passengers on short
rather than let them have a laugh troit police department records are tours over the city, or flying them
D. Hudnutt, at my expense." the basis of the study.
Hamilton's "Then there was Cominger, who The data from these cards is be- to Detroit, Grand Rapids, and other Phot 7102
n the days had been at West Point, and ing tabulated and traced to com- air terminals, they announce.
Elbel, Otto "Hicksy", who, you solemnly as- plete the court record of these Although the field is still muddy
and others sured me, one time, was a "nut". cases and to determine their final and soggy from the reent rains,
Your refer- Then, on very rare occasions we disposition, it was stated. the officials hope to have it in good

berg, recently ordered transferred
to Fort Monroe to complete an ad-
vanced course in the Coast Artillery
School before entering foreign serv-
ice. Major Edwards will assume his
duties as head of the local unit
somnetime in August.'
Major Edwards graduated froml
West Point in .1912, received hisl
LL.B. degree at Harvard in 1917,1
and graduated from the Command!
and General Staff school, Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas, in 1924. He
is eoming here from the Army War
College, Washington, D. C., where
he has been stationed since last
year. Major Edwards is a native
of Kentucky.J

cle in the Alumnus.
The old grad, GeorgeI
'01, who lived at Miss
historic lodging house b
when the famous Louis
Hans, Fred Thomas,a
went to school, writes: "

ence in the "Alumnus" to Louis were visited by Fred Thomas and
Elbel, "Skilly", and Ralph started Otto Haus who with Skillman and
a lot of memories of Ann Arbor myself formed the ill-reputed
and her happy times, not the least "South Bend Gang" which con-
happy being those I enjoyed at trolled the destinies of the U. of
your home. I agree with you that ( M. Daily."
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EPISCOPAL CHURCH

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Michigan Union, April 30 to May 3,1929

Seven topics, such as "Are There Any Unchanging
Moral Standards?" and "Can We Dispense With the
Apostles' Creed?" will be discussed by some of the
outstanding clergymen of the country. . . All ses-
sions will be open to the public. . . The public is
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Never before has the Church Congress been held in
a small city or at the seat of one of the great univer-
sities . .. Its coming to this city is at once a com-
pliment and a challenge to the citizens of Ann Arbor

So great has been the public interest in previous
Church Congresses that during the sessions in such
cities as Boston, Providence, R. I., St. Louis, Rich-
mond, Va., and San Francisco, the metropolitan
newspapers have devoted more columns of space to

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