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October 18, 1928 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

UIN WILL STLRT
RN FLIGHT HOME
3 WESTERN TOUR

SEEK
RADIO

ANOTHER!
OPERATOR

VISIT DETROIT,
, AKRON, AND
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IPAIR DAMAGED FIN
To Complete Return Trip
armany In Two Day's Less
me Than U. S. Voyage

(By Associated Press)
qWEW YORK, Oct. 17-The Graf
ppen plans to start a return
0ht to Germany in about ten
s. First, however, after repairs
Ve been made to her damaged
she will make a tour of eastern
ited States.
nnouncement of his plans was
de by Dr. Hugo Eckener, com-
nder of the big air cruiser, dur-
a breathing spell in the recep-1
n which the city gave him, his
leers crew and passengers on the
00-mile flight.
[mh damaged horizontal fin, the
shap which thr- ened disaster
,Bermuda, will be repaired by
e end of the week, he said. Then
e Zeppelin will start her tour of
atd States cities. Pittsburgh
ron,y 0a., etroit and (perhaps.
icago and some other cities"
wre Aisted by Dr. Eckener on his
atatiVe itinerary.
Plan Faster Trip
Although the trip from Friedrich-
i afn to Lakehurst required al-
┬ęst five days, Capt. E. H. Lehman,
st officer, believes the return voy-
e will be made in two days less
ne. Favorable winds are counted
. to speed the journey.
Dr. Ernst Brandenburg, German
der-secretary of aviation in the
nistry of transportation, who
ossed the Atlantic on the Zeppe-
T, said most of the passengers.
ve reserved accommodations for
ec return trip.
Praise for the newest of trans-
lantic liners was voiced by most
the passengers. One of the most
thusiastic was Count Branden-
in-zeppelin, son-in-law of the
iginator of the rigid airship. He-
id he wished his father-in-law
ight have made the trip. He paid
ecial praise to the ground crew
Lakehurst which handled the
ppelin on her arrival there. "In
I my experience wih airships I
ver saw a great dirigible ma-
uvered with such skill," he said.
Yady Hay To Return
Lady Grace Drummond Hay, the
Swoman passenger, ad a good
me, and -wants to go back on the
eppelin if she can make the neces-
,ry arrangements. She tended her
vn cabin on the way over, she
id, and was so busy with that and
r writing that she had little time
become bored with the journey.
While their ship is being over-
d ied and the damage repaired,
aener and his crew will inter-
ipt their round of festivities here
mrjvake a trip to Washington Fri-
ay, where they are to. be guests
the German ambassador,
They have been invited to have
eakfast with President Coolidge
id then will place a wreath on
le tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Arlington cemetery. A luncheon
id dinner dance complete their
ashington program.
il Open Viaduct
For Traffic Soon
Thousands of motorists who will
,ter Ann Arbor from the north
id east for the Wisconsin-Michi-
n football game will be able to
avel over the new Michigan Cen-
al viaduct, it was announced yes-
rday. It is believed that the via-
ict will be ready for traffic not
ter than Oct. 27.
According to assistant city en-
neer Harold R. Scovil, the pro-
et may be completed a little soon-
if the work progresses as well
it has been. With the comple-
m Qf the pouring the decks, work
ill next turn' to the railings. The
ving workwas begun this week
id curbs and gutters are being

lilt.
KANSAS: An annual parade
lminating in a big bon-fire with
eeches and eats was participated
iby more than 1,500 pajama-clad
udents. A band led the proces-
on and the students performed
snake dance when theyereached
te business district.
Detroit Theaters
CASS THEATRE
Prices:-Nights $1 to $3.85; Wed.
Mat. $1 to $2; Sat. Mat. $1-$2.50
Philip Goodman Presents
ETON & SHAW
mur n'~IVY 1tt Ir TR?1>

Plan To Get New Man In Europe
To Replace Baer Who Is
Taken Ill
Professor William Herbert Hobbs,
of the geology department, and the
head of the University's Greenland
expedition, has recently received a
radiogram here at the local R. 0.
T. C. station from the expedition's
base at Mt. Evans, Greenland, ask-
ing him to get a substitute for
Francis M. Baer,. radio operator.
who is leaving for Copenhagen be.
cause of illness.I
Following an exchange of radio
messages which lasted for three
hours, it was finally decided by Pro-
fessor Hobbs to, obtain a radio op-.
erator in Europe to replace Baer,
and to send the new man in be-
fore winter storms shut out all com-
munication except by radio.
It was planned to use Leonard
R. Schneider, aerologist, as radio'
operator until Baer was able to re-!
turn in the spring, but the men at
the station desire a regular opera-
tor inasmuch as Shneider would be
unable to repair the apparatus if
anything should go wrong. As the
radio is the only means that the
station. will have for keeping in'
touch with the world, it is essen-
tial that it should be functioning
at all times.
The radio messages also inform-
ed Professor Hobbs that the motor-
sloop had arrived which will take
Baer to the ship Disko on which
he will go to Copenhagen to be op-
erated upon for lung and throat
trouble.
If Baer is replaced by a new man,
he will, not return to the station
in the spring to take care of the
work of the summer expedition.

Wood Attends Meeting
In East On Sociology,
Prof. Arthur E. Wood of the So-
ciology department was in New York
City last week-end serving on the
executive committee of the Ameri-

can Association of Training Schools
and Curricula for Social Work. The
committee held a meeting to con-
sider the drawing up on a set of
standards for such schools. Prof-
essor Wood returned to Ann Arbor
immediately after the meeting. t

FACULTY MEMBERS TO LEAVE FOR Talamon Discontinues
MEETING OF AMERICAN FORESTERS French League House'
Five members of- the faculty of tations and woodlands of south- After several moths of success-
the local School of Forestry and western Michigan. A special ob-I
Conservation wil leave this noon servation will be made of the sand ful operation, the university French
'for the annual meeting of the Ohio dune country with the end in view house, where students spoke, stud-
valley section of the Society of of deciding what the best proce- ied, and lived French, is being dis-}
American Foresters, to be held in dure would be to reclaim what is at continued, it was announced yes-
the western part of the state. The present waste land. The reclama-
meeting will be in session until late tion would be accomplished by for- terday by Prof. Rene Talamon, of:
Saturday. est planting. the Romance languages depart-
The purpose of the meeting is The local delegation will consist ment.
1 to trek over interesting forest plan- of Prof. E. V. Jotter, secretary of The installation of it some time
-;the association, Prof. A. G. Whit ago in a league house was in thei

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