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May 29, 1929 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

New York Flyers, Baffled In Initial Attempt, PADDAgf RflIl American Stars Lose
Will Seek New Record For Endurance Flight flIUS1N|U lU ULiU L In French Net Mt
S TA P~rMThI1' AIAIAPARIS,(By Associated TAess)
... r. wI.. : L.._:. _ tlIIUi.V PARIS, May 28.-"A mer

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Student-Cadets Will Be Honored
For Proficiency During
Year's Training
UNITS TO MARCH MAY 30j

hopes of winning at least one
doubles title in the French tennis
championships went glimmering
today. Helen Wills and Francis T.
Hunter, only Americans to reach
the finals in any of the" three dou-
ble events, suffered a decisive de-
feat at the hands of Eileen Ben-

The fast seiing Graham Paige
opportunity for salesmen to get
return for their efforts.

Three gentlemen from Roosevelt their initial attempt through an
Field, Long Island, who will make accident during one of the re-fuel-
another attempt to shatter the lat- ing processes, the aviators have de-
est re-fueling endurance record of cided to try again. The date for
172 hours, in their plane, "Three their trying ordeal has not been
Musketeers.' Although baffled in set.

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REVIEW OF UNIVERSITY LECTURL
EVINCES SEASON'S HIGH CALIBRE
That tl4e University lecture series selection of the speakers each sea-
is offering excellent supplementary son, with special attempts to secure
work in addition to the regular cur- foreign professors and men of let-
ricula has 1 een shown in a review "ters.
of the University lectures for the Among the 43 visiting lecturers
past school year., Dr. Frank E. Rob- who appeared here last year, a
bins, assistant to the president, who greater number were exchange pro-
is-in charge of the lectures, said in fessors and experts, a majority of
an interview recently that more whom came from Europe, than any
and more care is being used in the previous year.
Request Concert
Varsity
1=Glee Club
THEODORE HARRISON, Director
HILL AUDITORIUM
- Tonight-7:3 P. M.
Novelties and Features with the Glee Club
TICKETS AT HILL AUDITORIUM BOX OFFICE.
FIFTY CENTS.
READ THE DAILY CLAS IFIEDS!

Following the Memorial Day pa- nett of England and Henri Cochet
rade on May 30, in which the R. O. of France.
T. C. will participate, Scabbard and The Anglo-French combination,
Blade will formally present medals winner of the same title a year ago,
to those members of the R. 0. T. overwhelmed the Americans from
C. who, during the past year have the moment the first ball = was
demonstrated extraordinary pro- sed. The core w 6-3, 6-2
trailing.which is an accurate reflection of j
ficiency in military traiing. the comparative strength of the
Those receiving awards are as teams.
follows: R. Worrell, best drilled Both Edith Cross, of San Fran-
freshman, a gold medal; S. M. Car- cisco, and Marjorie Morrill, Ded-
done, second best drilled freshman, ham, Mass., third and sixth rank-
a bronze medal; C. T. Istrate, J. E.haMs.tiransxhrnk
Anderson, and R. L. Bazley will each ing players of the United States,
receive a badge for marksmanship. respectively, ,ell py the wayside
Major Reinold Melberg will pre- in the secondi round of the wo-
sent a rifle to S. M. Cardone, '32E men's singles, leaving Helen Wills
who stood highest in the freshman and Mrs. May Sutton Bundy as the
shoot on Ferry Field during Fresh- only Americans still in the running
man Week last fall. for this particular title.
Special Danc
Wednesday Night, May 29th
9 P.M.to 1 A.M.
MICHIGAN LEAGUE BALL ROOM
It BOB CARSON
1 Presenting
BUD GOLDEN
MICHIGAN WOLVERINES
Tickets Obtainable In Lobby
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Holiday Program The Art of
Thurs. Orches ra Motion The Silent Drama

ANOTHER SPLENDID MID-WEEK BILL STARTING TODAY

FOLLY AT THE FOLLIES BERGERES

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BELLS AND ALL'S
-except that he had to live on goat
milk while he yearned for steaks-
the girl he was chasing around th
world thought he was a thief-an
the ship's crew said he was crazy.

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NEWS
ART AND BEAUTY
LATEST TOPICS

DO MEN LOSE INTEREST IN THEIR WIVES
the moment they hit Paris? Don't miss this me
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Coming Saturday-Attraction Extraordinary-Coming Saturday

Internationally Famous
ANTONIO AND NINA DE MARCO
"America's Supreme Dancers"

beyond Human Belief!

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