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THE

MICHIGAN

DAILY

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EXPEDITION LEADE RS
ARE RETIJRNI NOGHOME
B[RNAP IS HERE NOW
HOBBS IS NOW IN NEW YORK.c
WILL ARRIVE HERE
THIS WEEK3
PARTY SAVED HAS SELL t
Denmark's Geographical Society
Fntertains Entire Expedition
In Copenhagen
Ralph K.. Belknap second in com-f
mand on last summer's now fa-
mous University Greenland Expedi-
tion,: and one of the principals in
the rescue of Hassel and Cramer,
pilots of the Greater Rockford, re-1
turned to Ann Arbor yesterday and
the more prosaic work of teaching.
Prof. William H. Hobbs, leader of
the expedition is in New York now1
and is expected to arrive in Ann
Arbor this week.
It was Belknap who led the party
down Kangendluggdak fiord and
picked up the stranded flyers.
Belknap stated that the expedi-
tion made snm'e important metro-
logical and gological observations
and investigations during the sum-
mer, and that he himself was able
to make examinations and photo-
graphs of Greenland rock strata
that will form the basis for a
treatise that he is now planning.
The University party, which in-
cluded besides Belknap and Profes-
sor Hobbs, Duncan Stewart and
David Potter, and the flyers, Has-
sell and Cramer and their assistant
Etes, left Mt. Evans September 4
for home, and after a precarious
journey down the Greenland coast,
where they where shipwrecked and
nearly drowned, arriver at Copen-
hagen.
The entire partyiwas feted for
a number of days in Copenhagen,
the most signal honor accorded
them being a banquet by the
Royal Geographical society of Den-
mark at an historic old club.
Professor Hobbs left the party
in Copenhagen for Berlin while
Mr, Belknap andMr.Stewart flew
to London by way of Hamburg,
Amsterdam, and Rotterdam. They
were on a ship bound for Quebec
the, evening of the morning they
left Copenhagen.
KARTZKE.TO SPEAK HERE
Dr. George Kartzke, assistant di-.
rector of the Deutches Institut fur
Auslander of the University of
Berlin and for eight years a pro-
fessor at Yale University, will
speak here on Friday, October 18,

Zeppelin Take-Off Speech Department I O'NEILL GIVES F
Draws Huge Crowd Has Three New Men Students desiring positions on
Three new instructors are teach- the men's and women's varsity de-
Each of the Passengers Aboard ing in the Department of Speech bating teams will have their last!
Has Life Insured I this year, Prof. James M. O'Neill opportunity to try out for Speech
For. $48,000 announced yesterday. They are: 81, the debating team class, in
Vanentine B. Windt, instructor inI room, 3209 Angell hall, at 1 o'clock
FRIEDRICHSCHAFEN, Germany, dramatics, Henry B. Moser, and this afternoon.
Oct. 9-Thousands of persons and' Lyman Judson. The class is open to those stu-
sensation seekers gathered here Windt, who is substituting for dents who have completed Speech
yesterday in hope of seeing the de- Earle Fleishmann while the latter 34, who have represented the Uni-
parture of the Graf Zeppelin, the is on a leave of absence, was grad- versity in; an intercollegiate de-
new German dirigible which was nated from Cornell university and bate, or who successfully try out.
to leave for Lakehurst, N. J: with received a master's degree at Women candidates for the class
passengers and mail. Airship Com- Princeton. may deliver a five-minute talk on
mander, Dr. Hugo Eckener, was Mr. Moser received a master's de- either side of the question, "Re-
awaiting only the reports of weath- gree from the University of Mich- solved: that in state universities
er prospects before starting off on igan this spring, having been grad- social sororities and fraternities
the trans-Atlantic flight. uated. from Ohio State. should be abolished. " Men try-

F

7JNAL CALL FOR DEBATING TRYOUT S GUCKERT WILL ADDRESS
ANNUAL S. C. A. DINNER
outs may talk on the proposition, but merely wish to be on the team
"Resolved: That the Senate of the may go to classes during the period The annual dinner of the cab-
United States should ratify the of the debates, dropping the course inet of the Student Christian As-
Paris pact without reservations." afterward. sociation will be held Thursday,
Both of these questions will be dis- October 11, at 5:30, in Lane Hall.
cussed in the intercollegiate de- Subscribe to the Michigan Daily, Eiroy Guckert. of the Sociology de-
bates which will be held in Decem- $4.00 the year. It's worth it! partment will address the meeting.
ber and January.
Only a small number of women "i i i 1 1 1 1111 1 DllII E Ilii f111 xiil l itli illSt llfiilillliill
have signified their intention thus T '
far of entering the class, Professor he Cosy Corner Tea Room
James O'Neill stated yesterday. Six
positions must be filled, he said, 330 Maynard St.
and the present number of candi-
dates is hardly in excess of this. Serves Daily
Three hours credit will be given
those students who attend classes Luncheon with dessert 60c, 75c, 85c
throughout the semester, accord-
ing to Professor O'Neill. It is not Dinner -( courses
necessary, however, for team can-
didates to attend every session. Also a la carte
Those who are not seeking credit I

Each of the passengers has been
insured to the su of $48,00. in
case; of death, while the: round. trip
to the United. States will cost ap-
proximately $96,000, which would
cover allowances for repairs, depre-
ciation and insurance. Newspaper
interests have been given-the- right
to file dispatches from the airship
and this will furnish revenue for
the trip. A chain of American
newspapers will pay. $67,400 and two
German publications will pay $15,-
600 between them. In. addition to
these sums pledged four private
passengers were. charged $12,0004,
while the remaining deficit in fi-
nancing the.. trip will be ,made up
by the postal department.

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