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TIH . MICHIGAN

SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1920

DAILY

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FOETERSTOP Yale Student Flies
PLAYR To Mother's Bedside
AT SAGINAW FOREST'
1N FILD DAY EVNT,.:::::::. .
ANNUAL AFFAIR SPONSORED BY
FORESTRY CLUB TO BEGIN^
AT 8:00 O'CLOCK
SIXTY PEPLE TO ATTEND Y
Rifle Match, Scientific Games
Wood Sawing, Canoe Tilting {
To Feature Day
Events of all sorts suitable for a
Forester's recreation will make up
the Poresters' Field day, which will
occupy the interest of about sixty
members of the faculty and stu-
dent body of the School of Forestry
and Conservation all day today, ac-
cording to Robert K. Winter, Grad, Rudolph Alvin Light
chairman of the day. Who recently chartered an air-
The program being sponsored by plane and flew from New Haven,
the Forestry club will begin at sity's Greenland expeditions and
about 8 o'clock in the morning Conn., to Kalamazoo, Mich., a dis-
When the participants will assem- tance .of 700 miles after receiving
bl at Saginaw forest, the school's word that his mother was critically
ill. Light is the son of Dr. S. R.
woods located out Liberty street. Light of Kalamazoo, and is a prom-
A forester's lunch will be served at inent sophomore at Yale.
noon.
To Hold Traverse Event Halting Of Expedition
One of the individual events of i
the day will be the traverse, which During Research Work
consists of finding one's way ac- Unfortunate- Belknap
cording to specific direction -fur-
nished him and by using a com- "It is extremely unfortunate that
pass for direction. Other events the Greenland expeditions must
will be the 'sawing of a log and be temporarily terminated," said
chopping a log, the chopping be- Ralph L. Belknap of the geology
ing through the log and to a line. department iri commenting upon
Shooting events will be staged with the announcement in yesterday's
large and small bore rifles and Daily that the expeditions would
pistols. Canoe tilting and canoe be halted August 1. Belknap was
singles and 4doubles will feature a member of two of the expedi-
the day, besides the final event con- tions and second in command last
sisting of a tug-of-war with the summer.
faculty against the students. "The work done at the station,
Defeated State Foresters the collection of continuous aero-
At the Michigan State college logical data, must be continued
field day last Saturday the Michi- jover a comparatively long period
gan foresters won a silver cup from ,f years to be of scientific signifi-
the state college team by a score cance," the geologist continued.
of 58 1-2 to 36 1-2. Willis C. "The investigations were arriving
Branch, 29F, president of the For- at the point where worthwhile
estry club, was high point man for scientific material was being ob-
the day, taking first in the wrest- jtained.
ling match. The team of Ralph C.! "There has been a great deal of
Hallf Grad., and Tifterists Kamp- interest shown by European sci-
mann, '32, won the sawing event, enLists in the work at Mt. Evans.
While Harry Matthews, '28F, won This interest was stimulated par-
the traverse. Kampmann also won tially at least, by the interest
the pistol shoot, the large bore shown in the study of the Arctic
rifle shoot going to Bartley L. by Professor Hobbs."
Korenkiewilz, '29F, M. S. C. will not Belknap said that a number of
participate in the local celebration, stations, similar to Mt. Evans
howover. have been set up in Iceland, and
on islands near Iceland.
"The importance of the Univer-
. Coaches Vil1 Attend sity's Greenland expeditions and
T oledo Club Dinnersthe station is recognized in Europe,
_so the closing of Mt. Evans in Au-
gust is undoubtedly temporary. I
Included in this month's lunch- have no doubt that some organiza-
eon. program of the University of tion will undertaken to continue
Michigan club of Toledo are two the work already started," Belknap
athletic dinners at which campus stated.
representatives will be presnt. __________________
The first, scheduled for Tuesday,
May 14, is to be a baseball meet- A Little Money Goes
Ing and Coaches Ray Fisher andA Ln W s
Jack Blott will be. on the program. Long WVays
The other, which is to take place At Our 49th Anniversary Sale of
on the following Tuesday is to be Now In ProgR
a track dinner. Coaches Steve Far- Now In Progress
rell and Charles Hoyt and Captain Burr, Patterson and Auld Co.
Ketz will be the representatives of 603 Church Street
the track team.

CLASS AND FIELD
WORK COMBINED
UNDER NEW PLAN
"Engineering students will now;
have a greater opportunity than i
ever to coordinate their classroom
knowledge with actual experienceI
now that the Consumers Power
company has made arrangements
with the Engineering college whichI
will allow students to combine both:
these phases," said Arthur W. Stace
director of the Michigan Utilities1
Information bureau.
According to Director Stace's an-
nouncement, the Consumers Pow-
er company has been making plans1
for some time and has been ne-I
gotiating with the University ever
since the early part of the winter.
This is the second commercial
concern, he said, that has been.
able to complete arrangements for
a cooperative system of education,
the first one being the Detroit City!
Gas company. The agreements and
conditions of these two companies
with the Engineering college are
practically identical in the essen-
tial features said Stace, both us-
ing a progressive course in which
the actual working experience
covers more and more time as the
1 student nears his goal.
"This last company's completion
of plans for the co-operative sys-
tem of education," said Stace, "is
even a bigger thing than the one'
with the Detroit City Gas company.
The Consumers Power company is
a larger concern and can take
care of the training of more pros-
pects. Inaddition to this it has
large stations throughout the
state, the principal ones being lo-
cated in Jackson, Flint, Pontiac,l
Saginaw, Lansing, and Kalamazoo.
Students - Here's How
If you are earning your way
through school, stop worrying aboutl
the high price of tuition and the
other concurrent expenses. Hun-
'dreds of other students, as our sum-
mer salesmen, have faced the same
problem and returned to school in
the fall after making sums ranging
from $400 to $2,500.
And here's how! It's simply like
higher education-you have to work
hard to make the mark. If you are
willing write us for further infor-
mation. No investment required.
Consumers Merchandise Association
410 Cedar.Avenue
Minneapolis
t,

GIANT SIKORSKY BIPLANE, SOUTHERN STAR, PREPARES
FOR 5,000 MILE NON-STOP FLIGHT TO SOUTH AMERICA

R. 0. T. C. Officer
Is Given New Job
Lieutenant Richard T. Schlos-
berg, assistant professor of mili-
tary science and tactics and head
of the local signal corps unit, has
received official orders from the
War Department to report to the
Fort Monmouth Signal School next
October as instructor. Lieutenant
Schlosberg came to Michigan in
September of 1924.
Captain Carroll A. Powell has
been named as Lieutenant Schlos-
berg's successor; he will come to
Ann Arbor from New York where
he, is stationed at the present time.
Captain Powell graduated from
the University of Cincinnati in
1917, having previously entered the
Ohio National Guard as a private.
In June, 1917, he obtained his
commission as second lieutenant of
cavalry. During the fall of 1917
he was granted a temporary cap-
taincy and in August of 1919, was
i transferredto the signal corps.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON.
-All sorority houses on the campus
are going together to have the
canoe fete that is one of the fea-
tures of Junior Day, May 11.

The Southern Star, formerly the
Villa de Paris, giant Sikorsky twin- I
motored biplane, snapped at the air 1
field in Washington, D. C. This,
plane is eing primed and tuned1
up for a 5,000-mile non-stop hop to
Santiago, Chile, for one of the first1
distance flights of the present fly-
ing season: This ship is similar in
A Little Money Goes
A Long Ways
At Our 49th Anniversary Sale of
FRATERNITY JEWELRY
Now In Progress
Burr, Patterson and Auld Co.
603 Church Street
Detroit eaters

appeMAnce to the huge bombers and it is believed that by the time
which saw service during the war, 'it is pronounced ready, it will be
and is sturdily enough constructed able to make the flight to South
to withstand the rigors of such a America with ease.
trip. The comparison of the ship Because of the\ weight of - this
to the men standing next to it and craft, and the added burden of an
the men on .motorcycles indicate immense amount of fuel, it has no
the almost colossal proportions of little difficulty in taking off, but
this craft, the landing gear and controls are
The SoUthern Star has been at so carefully adjusted that it is
the Washington airdrome for some not believed that this will cause
time undergoing extensive repairs,,any serious trouble.,

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THIS YEAR OF GRACE
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Prices: Nights, Sat. and Sunday
Mats., 50c, $1 and $1.50
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Candy and
Stationery

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furnish cards free of all charge --
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