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AIR STOCK PURCHASED
By GENERALI MOTORS
Acquisition Of Control Of Fokker
Concern Makes Company Third
To Enter Air Field
THREE CONCERNS IN DEAL
NEW YORK, May 17.-(R)-The
Genral Motors corporation today
was in virtual control of the
Fokker Aircraft corporation, mak-
ing it the third large automobile
company to enter the airplane
Purchase of 400,000 shares of
'common stock of the Fokker con-
cern, representing a 40 per cent in-
terest, was announced by General
Motors. The remaining 60 per cent
Sophomore Pyro-Maniacs Wreak Disaster
On Wood Pile Collected By Freshmen
Disaster reared its ugly head in ' the second year men, but their only
the direction of the frosh early weapon-a lone fire extinguisher-
vPtrra mrc r ri soon petered out and enabled the
TPtld; .. ~A ra Wflomr nd _ri etri
Professor Aubrey Tealdi and As- cities. Although the Conference is
sistant Professor H. O. Whittemore predominantly a national affair,
will leave next week for Buffalo Mexico and Canada are also to be
and Niagara Falls to attend the represented. The Conference will
National City Planning Conference deal mainly with transportational
which is to take place in those and regional planning.
y er_ ay IIMornng, ara suI , ay !
ing waste all the enthusiastic ef- work practically unhampered. This
forts expended by the class of' 32 bit of strategy, accomplished at
in preparing for last night's bon- about 4 o'clock in the morning, en-
fire. I abled the sophomores to chalk up a
Thirty sophomore pyro-maniacs, victory over their traditional ene-
armed with several bottles of gas mies--the first victory of the year.
oline, invaded the traditional pre= Yesterday, after a call for help
cincts of Sleepy Hollow, broke had been posted by the frosh com-
through the frosh guard of seven mittee, several truckloads of new
men, quickly drenched with gas the combustibles were seen rumbling
huge pile of inflammable iaterial ithrough town headed in the direc-
gathered for last nighVs blaze, ap- Lion of Sleepy Hollow and manned
plied a match, and cheered tri- by all the frosh who could cling to
umphantly. the vehicles. By nightfall enough
The. frosh, outnumbered more stuff had been assembled and the
than four to one, fought valiantlyI annual blaze shot skyward on
to check the fiendish onslaught of 'schedule without further diffich'y.
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The transportation gives General
Motors a position in the airplane
field equal to that of the Ford in-
terests, its principal rival in the
automobile field. The Ford corn-
pany, throughthe Stoutrairplane!
division, has been manufacturing
tri-motored metal planes for some
time.. The Packard Motor Car Co.
has been experimenting for months
with a Diesel oil-burning airplane
engine, the first successful demon-
stration of which took place this
Incorporated In 1927
In payment for the Fokker stock
General Motors turned over to the
airplane company all the capital,
stock of the Dayton-Wright .Co.,
the assets of which consist of Mc-
Cook Field, Dayton, O., a number
of valuable patents, and cash as-
sets of approximately $6,500,000.
Anthony H. G. Fokker, a large
stockholder in the concern, will
ocntinue in charge of engineering
and design. Mr. Fokker, a native
of Holland, came into prominence
during the war, when he built hun-
dreds of fighting planes for Ger-
many. He came to this country in
1919, and has become a citizen of
the United States.
Fokker planes have been used in
many notable flights in recent
years, including the Byrd trans-At-
lantic, Arctic and Antarctic flights.
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