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May 28, 1929 - Image 3

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C.T MG, COMMININ COLLEGE MEN MAKE BEST PILOTS,
Cn, I, U R ACCORDING T O OFFICIAL STATEMENT

Professor Awarded
Year For Research

STUDENTS CONSTRUCT AIRPLANE
MODELS IN ENGINEERING SHOPS,

REEVES HONORED
BY APPOINTMENT

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DRIVE F ORMICHIGAN
QUOTA THIS SUMMER
American Legion Joins Foreign War
Veterans In Backing Movement
As Beneficial
The state department of the
American Legion, and the Michigan
Department, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, are both making splendid ef-
forts to enroll Michigan's quota for}
the Citizens' Military Training1
Camps at Camp Custer and Fort
Brady. Both of these veteran or-j
ganizations, believing that an ade-
quate preparedness will keep the
United States out of future wars,
are urging their individual mem-
bers to enroll young men in their
communities for the C. M. T. C. j
Any young man living- in Michi-
gan, a citizen of the United States,
between the ages of 17 and 24 years,
in good health and of good char-
acter, is eligible to attend one of
Michigan's two training camps at{
Camp Custer and Fort Brady. All
the expenses are paid by the gov-
ernment, from an appropriation
made by congress for this purpose.
Both camps open on July 19 and
close on August 17.

Anyone may learn to fly solo in been invested in old and new avia- _ Preparing themselves for work in i are completing the requirements Prof. Jesse S. Reeves of the o
the fied of aiationwhich aProf.ceJesseforS.eReeveser'ofegthe.po
from five to ten hours, according tion companies in the United States. Prof. Everett S. Brown, of the the field of aviation which may necessary for their master's degree. litical science department of the
to a statement made recently by It has been only in the last few political science department of the some day include from their group Then the work of construction be- University has been appointed a
officials of the National Flying months, the school officials claim, University, has received permis- designers and builders of the calibre gins. member of the co-operative com-
Schools, Inc., of Buffalo, but the that the average American has be- sion from the board of regents to of the Wrights, Sikorsky and Kok- The department now possess six ttee formed by the sretarof
ker, students in the aeronauticals models, with one under constru-mitefrdbyheertayo
percentage of individuals who may come airminded. Since January, take a sabbatical year abroad for engineeringtdeprtmen ha ion, andr oswings state to arrange the program for
learn to fly safely, and who may training schools have sprung up at the purpose of studying in the field great effort and attention upon The models are built on a minute the Pan-American Scientific Con-
obtain a limited commercial license almost every airport in the United of political science. ! construction of minature models of scale, which is .0004 of an inch. gress.
or a transport license is small. States, and there are now 29 col- "I intend to spend the greater airplanes and dirigibles to illustrate --
the theories which te e from
This statement followed a careful lege aviation clubs. Practically part of my time in preparing a textbooksr whi, they get rYHMERRLLMe CO.
analysis of government statistics every distributor of airplanes is at- handbook on the documents and In the workshop of the aeronau-LYNCHe&
and the experiences of such famous tempting instruction, because he publications of foreign govern- tical laboratory, located in the N YmoEa
pilots as Lt. Frederick Nelson, Lt. has found it impossible to sell ships ments, chiefly those of Great Brit- basement of the East Engineering New ork Stock Exchange
Leigh Wade, and pa, France, and Germany," Pro- building, two or three students at Chicago Stock Exchan
He cllaL.prospects.forBnsae. various times may be seen buildn
Lt. Thomas J. Kelly, all former In view of these facts, the Na- o leveland Stock Exchange
In view of thnsefacss, the Na-models. There are, however 35 i
Army men who are now in charge tional Flying School officials be- ie tens to finish his trip students enrolled in the course Detroit Stock Exchange
of the different phases of the school lieve that the most important prob- urney throhU teOrint co The aernautics department works New York Curb Market
instruction. It has been found over lem now and for the next five yearsn a the Uies in part with large airplane manu-
the Pacific.AconsCridoCosraveMgn
period of years, they report, that will be a type of instruction that facturing companies who send in
the best pilots have been recruited will automatically eliminate the bgueprintsoftluet models of 2I1 First Nat'l Bank Phone 4294
from the ranks of college men, man or woman who is not a natural W tAd ships. These blueprints are given
whose ages run from 17 to 24 years. flier. wYto students, particularly those who
Since the first of the year, more -----.
than a half million dollars have
Application blanks can be ob-
tained from county committees in
every one of the 83 -counties in
Michigan, from Mr. Newberry, 443
Book Tower, Detroit, from the
headquarters, 85th Division, 438 TWO DISTINCTIVE HOMES
Book Tower, Detroit, and from the
commanding officer, Fort Brady,
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Applications
should be sent in at once.

Special Dance I
Wednesday Night, May 29th
9 P. M. to1 A. M.
MICHIGAN LEAGUE BALL ROOM
BOB CARSON
Presenting
BUD GOLDEN
and His,
MICHIGAN WOLVERINES
Tickets Obtainable In Lobby

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rooms of American colleges,
eating clubs and fraternities are
made by Kellogg in Battle Creek.
They include ALL-BRAN, Kellogg's
Corn Flakes, Krumnbles and
Kellogg's Shredded W ole Weat
Biscuit. Also Kaffee Hag Coffee
-the coffee that lets you sleep.

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