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Rl NRE IS SECQ Sculptor Friend Of Senator La Follette
Creates Statue Of Late Liberal

Leader'

SCREEN
REFLECTIONS

BE 9Cooley Will Discuss
Experiences In Navy
0Y UAs a feature of the semi-annualI

KIRBY TO TALK TONI4
BEFORE PRESCOTT

IN UNITED STATES T
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GERTRUDE FOX, . '29, TAKES
INITIAL TRIP OVER
BARTON DAM
MISS EARHART WAS FIRST
More Than Thirty Pilots Haye Been'
Trained In University
Machine
Following close in the footsteps
of Amelia Earhart, Miss Gertrude
Fox, '29, yesterday became the sec-
ond woman in this country to try;
tier hand at gliding. Miss Fox, a
member of the glider section of the
campus Aeronautical society, made
her first glide yesterday on the ice
above Barton dam where devotees
of the new sport have been prac-
ticing regularly for the past two
weeks.
Miss Earhart, America's premier,
woman flyer and the only woman
who has flown the Atlantic, made
her first glide last week-end at
Orion on the proving grounds of
Gliders incorporated. She took up
a schooling type glider exactly like
the ship Miss Foxused yesterday
for her maiden glide.;
Thirty Have. Flown
Of the glider pilots who are being
trained regularly on the ice above
Barton dam, more than a dozen '
have already shown ability. to'
handle the ship in the air. About
30 in allthave taken the pilot's
seat and received their "ground ;
schooling" which consists of main-,f
taiing the lateral stability of the I
ship while it is towed behind an
automobile.
The tyro is strapped in the ship
-and towed over the ice at about 30,
miles an hour, meanwhile using his
ailerons to keep the wing tips from
dragging in the snow. By this
means he is taught the feel of the
ship and acquires confidence in his
ability to keep it right side up in
the air. His second or third timeE
in the seat the towing car is
speeded up to 35 or 40 miles ant
hour whereupon the ship ryesponds
to its elevators and rises from the;x
ice. Towed in this fashion, several4
of the pilots have made flights of!c
more than. a mile, with an altitudek
of from 30 to 40 feet.1

DowntownI informal dinner of the Army and
Sure, an' it's "Mother Machree" INavy club, to be held at 6:15 to-:
that's on view at the Wuerth all Featured with talks by deans of y
week. It's an interesting picture three colleges of the University, the night at the Union, Dean Mortimer
featuring an extremely capable eighteenth Michig:n Night radio E. Cooley, dean-emeritus of the
cast. Although replete with sad program of the 1928-1929 series will School of Engineering, will tell of'
scenes, the comedy relief is excel-be broadcast between 7 and 8 o'clock his experiences fifty years ago as
lent, supplied by none other than next Thursday night, Feb. 21, from a navy officer.
Victor McLaglen, ever hopeful and the new Morris hall studio, located Dean Cooey was graduated from
anxious to secure the hand of at State and Jefferson streets, the United States naval academy:
Mother Machree (Belle Bennett). through WJR, the "Good Will Sta- in 1878, and was assigned as a
sPhillipe DeLacy, a small curly j tion" of the Richards Oakland cadet engineer with the Mediter-
..... '>'r. headed boy progidy of the films, company, Detroit. ranean Sqaudron of the navy.
youngster". whose welfare; is so ,:. , o m aeScol retCadlertoituadrn SaDan Cofey ae vtth
gives a splendid performance as the G. Carl Huber, Dean of the Grad- After two years of duty with this
yougser hoe wlfre s o lv-uate School, Herbert C. Sadler, squadron Dean Cooley came to the
- ingly watched over by Mother Ma- Dean of the Colleges of Engineer- University as a naval engineer to
chree on their emigration to this fing and Architecture, and Hugh teach steam engineering, and with-
land of the free from the good Cabot, Dean of the Medical School, in a few years resigned from the
"ol"cuty. - are the three members of the fac- navy to :become permanently affli-
Alhouh he shob scenes oo o will appear on this pro- ated with the University.
up the plot at times, they are on gram. They will tell of the work During the Spanish-American
the whole well-done. Jthn F f o thei w coleges and what war Dean Cooley received further
-" <.;, ;::;,:::::Iron .:.Horse";: fame did the :direct-.work each embodies. experience, returning to active!
:..>:::: :. :: ' .x.:.. :i"....i"g'<and.turned:<out<:a:picture..much During the interim of the duty in the navy as chief engi-
above the average that is reason- speeches, a musical program will neer in the Yosemite valley.
ably certain to please you. be presented by the Universityi
s:>.:..ptown School of Music Symphony orches-
has bild e p emic of goodMc Maddy, had of th public school
. gan and the opening feature this de tnt of the S
week is no exception. "The Shop- sic Te orchestra, which has a-
worn Angel" roved to be a smart peared: on previo p r b g a n
comedy with an abundance of hu-broadcast by the University, is
:tateenor; ::moroussiturtios,well-woxkeb:out,;nomposYd.Ph ooB sind of more than fifty st
ho JD d , p....et t;,dr Sunday's audience seemed to ex- dEw ar bdect
i? . : heSrite, ... h h...andiork .>. Dvido i h +wr i urpe mser daa it cm d ens wl atrmes mdeos.
.g..p es pr .e;;arfu:l:.:r: pr..e conseab s seaprofessional musicians, or teachers
'littler merrent s e the . ndi ofpmusic.P
i'which ywas neter an Waffectionate F_ ed
ofdof tItja.y.jT. :Tr..:m . embrace or a tragic suicide. Gary N E -
Cooemre and Nancy Carroll both scoredaygainst ClLE s
: ..:.>::::::::::: :: :> ::::. ":::handlez:their zroles: to" perfection. aafSchaafnsofvPennsylvaniad
sa ng r om New Y. rk n Juy r itet ra:a;y wn-The latter is fast becom ing one of iv al s .
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actresses in fil dom, and11111111from11 our1111111111
viewpoint certainly merits her pop-
n heroic statue of Robert La Follette late liberal leader and United ularity. d( OPTICAL'gh m
States senatoI from Wisconsin, now on exhibition in New York. Photo I Beginning Wednesday the Ma-
shows Jo Davidson, sculptor friend oftunltysrate n esto. ACestic offers "The Haunted House,"CPAR
the statue, with his handiwork Davidson did the work in Europe, a mystery drama with a comedy
ringing the completed sculpture carefully crated, angle, featuring Chester Conklin To Order
dand Thelma Todd. It was adapted
gabndyTourtS A rNecYrkfrom Owen Davi'tage thriller.Optica eriptios
VagbO F nd Ttland an o Se A hiSuetureIfyou're in Detroiteon.Washing- il
Of England, thrae , yeraly Thi s u me iton's birthday or before that, and CAE S.
crave more of Miss Carroll, she may j rection ohBe f rs
Sailing from New York on July- architectural beauty will be in- be found cavorting at the Fox in State St. Jewelers
3, the party enrolled for the Vaga-luded in this tour which will be- "The Sin Sister.' The famous F R S L-1 1
bond T y for Ar t offer- followed by a seventeen day visit Clark and McCullough team are 2: beautiful reesa-1nd. .
to Italy. Here there will be an op- also on the program. AdsGeevfwhreXh.Hiandds,
ed by the Bureau of Educational; portunity for intensive study of B. J.A.E Want A Pay
Travel in which three members of I architecture, art, history and gov- . O accommodate 22, d
the Michigan Faculty, Professors inent. There will also be a caton' .mied br o icks lcAai.larlfurniture, rgSAra
William A. Frayer, Arthur S. Aton, tour through Provence, a land $. included. Possession
both. of the History .department, which ruins of the civilization of~ T T I
and Rene Talamon, of the French ancient Rome abound. continentral re on
department, are interested, willj Paris will be the last stop before 11gr . r c 0
begin a 65 day tour through Eng- i sailing for New York, where the ol
Italy with a view to studying the Several other tours under the di-! lIn CAL MR
architectural examples of those rection of the Bureau of University y
countries. F Travel are offered, among which ho
Debarking at Southampton, the are an art pilgrimage under the C horal U ionJL1 Is
party will proceed through rural leadership of Lorado Taft, a gen- Fbur t&1
England by motor for a two week's eral tour of Europe providing a 10 Hillesay 20uay t, at $__15_p.
trip which will include Winchester, 1 day stopover at Geneva where theyA dtru UU
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and London. Following this trip, be in' sessions, the College Men s F
they will cross the channel to Tours. 1 tour which is limited in size, and!I at $3.00, $2.00, $1.50 atj
proceeding on through provincial several other general continental1 Office Phone 2257 1
France and through the mountains ( tours.UN V R I Y CH O OFM SC Brooks
of Switzerland to the Castle of The business details of all the :~ Maynard Streett
Chillon, Several cities in France tours are beine handled by Leslie i,..---------- - ------------- ---- < -_ _r.-.____m _.

Dr. Frank M. Kirby, salesman-
ager for the Abbott laboratories,
pharmaceutical manufacturers of
Chicago, will speak at the regular
meeting of the Prescott club at 7:30
o'clock tonight in room 303 Chem-
istry building. His subject will be
"Alkaloids, Anaesthetics, and An-
tiseptics." The Prescott club -is
composed of members of the Col-
lege of Pharmacy and meets once
a month.

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July st, 1929.

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Ship Survives Wear
The ship that is being used is
the primary training glider pur-
chased recently from Gliders In-
corporated. It has held up welll
under the strain of being towed at'
high speed, and has demonstrated I
the superiority of using a towing
car to train tyros instead of the I
customary "shock-cord" or elastic
lannching cable. No serious crack-t
ups have occurred on the ice.
Theseare beingdcorrected in theF
ship that the Glider section is
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XCHANGE, INC.
Residence Phone'6125
Bldg.

building in the University's aero-
nautical shop. This machine will and Switzerland noted for their W. Kindred, Jr. ...
embody the improvements discov-
ered by studying the Gliders In-
coporated ship, and will in addi-
tion be 70 pounds lighter enabling
it- to rise with a slower ground; - r
spee .lIe isplanned to exhibit For Your Luncheons
this glider at the national aviation
show in Detroit soon. '

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