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OCTOBER 23, 1928

THE MICHICAN

DAILY

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O GERM AN ZEPPEL I
WILL MAKE VISIT TC
DTROI NEXT FI
ET ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION
PLANNED FOR NEW
AIR HEROES
MAYO SHOWS ELATION
Plans Are Made By Ford Airport
Officials To Take Care
Of Graf Zeppelin
DETROIT, Oct. 22-On receipt of
Avord from .Akron, Ohio, that the
Graf Zeppelin is to pay a visit to
Detroit next Friday, aviation, com-
mercial and official circles last

...

night said they would begin today
to make plans foruwhat promises
to be one of the most enthusiastic
receptionsever accorded heroes of
the air here.
William B. Mayo, chief engineer
of the Ford Motor company, re-
turned , yesterday from tbze East,
elation plainly apparent as he dis-
cussed the great airship's coming.
While tentative plans will be drawn
at ;once, definite plans probably
cannot be made, he said, until Wed-
nesday or Thursday, and will de-
pend on weather conditions. Mayo
represented the Ford interests and
Detroit at New York and Lake-
hurst reception to Dr. Eckener and
his crew.
Will Call Committee Today
Ray Cooper, secretary of the air-
craft committee of the :Detroit
Board of Commerce, said he will
call a, meeting of the committeeI
today.
"Our program," he said, "will be
formed in accordance with the
wishes of Dr. Eckener, whobrbe-
lieve, does not desire an exuberant
demonstation.
"We will attempt to carry out
his wishes and yet stage aarecep-
tion that will convince him that
Detroit realizes the meaning of the
trans-Atlantic air passage and ap-
preciates the honor of entertaining
the Zeppelin officers and crew."
Airport Will Be Prepared
"One of the best welcoming pro-
grams ever accorded a notable in
Detroit, will be given Dr. Eckener
and his ship," said Ralph E. Quinn,
secretary to Mayor John C. Lodge.
It was indicated that Ford air-
port officials are making plans ade-
quate to, care for the ship when it
ties up at the mooring mast at the
Ford airport.]
AKRON, Ohio, Oct. 21-The Graf
Zeppelin will arrive in Detroit Fri-
day morning. This announcement1
was made Sunday afternoon by
Hugh Allen, in charge of American
arrangements for Dr. Hugo Eckener
and his party. Dr. Eckener and
his party had visited Akron Sun-
day, paying a visit to P. W. Litch-
field, president of the Goodyear-
Zeppelin corporation.
The great, dirigible will leave the'
Lakehurst hangar early Thursday
morning and will fly across Penn-
sylvania to Pittsburgh and fromw
there to Columbus. From Colum-
bus the ship will proceed to St.
Louis, near where it will be moored
over Thursday night to the moor-
ing mast at Scott field, Illinois.
German-U. S. Line Discussed
The return flight to Lakehurst
will, be made Friday, Allen said.
Leaving Scott field early Friday
morning, the ship will fly to De-
troit, where it is undecided wheth-
er a stop will be made.
From Detroit the GrafZeppelin
will fly* to Cleveland, Akron, and'
eastward to Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Syracuse, Albany and
down the Hudson to New York.
Dr. Eckener Sunday discussed
with President Litchfield of the
Goodyear-Zeppelin concern his pro-
posal made Saturday at a meeting
of the National Press club in Wash-
ington for the establishment of a
Germpan-American commercial di-
rigible air line.
"Adequate landing fields for the
commercial air liners should be
built in both America and Ger-
many," Dr. Eckener said. "Four
ships should be built, two by each
country, at a total cost of not more
than $8,000,000.
Dr. Eckener said he hoped that
American as well as German capi-
tal would be interested in this pro-
ject. With Dr. Eckener on the visit
to Litchfield were Rear Admiral
William A. Moffett, head of the
United States navy bureau of aero-
nautics, Commander C. E. Rosen-
thal, of the Los Angeles, observer

on the Graf Zeppelin flight to, this
country, and Commander Garland
Fullton, aide to Admiral Moffett.

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Old Titian Painting MRAI LAW SCHOOL RUN AT NIGHT GIVES Ito
Discovered At Yale i SNDAY LABORERS CHANCE TO LEARNtin
DiscoeredAt numunroffi(
A law school which holds classes Oklahoma cities have askedI
YALE-A jainting purchased by TO , MARS1UY r C at night,'so clerks, stenographers, whether they may enroll, but the pus
the university in 1871 as one of the and others who must earn a liveli- dean has advised them to go else-
Jarves Collection of Italian Primi- hood during the day may satisfy an where if possible, explaining the in-
tives, which for some time was at- Dr. Mansfield Robinson Declares ambition to become lawyers, is run stitution is intended for Okmulgee
tributed to the artist, Giorgione, e Has Talked With Planet as a hobby by W. L. Merwine, men and women who must work.
and later to Giovanni Cariani ehas And Been There Also Okmulgee attorney. The school had its beginning sev-
been pronounced by experts to be (.Merwine, too, must work in the eral years ago, when three young
the work of Titian, according to an TELLS OF MARTIAN LIFE day, as he is dependent on his pro- men, employed in an abstarctor's
announcement of Dean Everett V. fessional practice. The law school, office, asked Merwine whether he
Meeks, of the Yale School of Fine'( < ly ,esitc1 Presp5 he says, in his contribution to his would devote a small amount of his'
Arts. LONDON, Oct. 20.-Dr. Mansfield city. time to instructing them in law.
"During the last three months," Robinson, psychic devotee, for Merwine is dean of the school The school was incorporated in
Dean Meeks said, "Charles Durham whom the British postoffice will and the students are its officers. 1926 and the students divided into
of Boston and his assistants have broadcast a radio message intended Several members of the Okmulgee junior and senior classes.. Since
been cleaning, rebacking, and re- for Mars, declared that he not only bar helped the enterprise by teach- then a score or more of ambitious
varnishing more than a hundred had been talking with Mars but ing subjects with which they are young men and women have at-
canvases hanging in various uni- had been there himself. most familiar. The classes meet in tended the meetings.
versity buildings. Among the panels "I can talk with these MartiansI the basement of the city library. To meet expenses, the school
thus cleaned was a small Venetian as easily as I can talk to you, and I Twenty-six graduates have taken charges tuition of $50 a year, but
sketch of the "presentation in the; have had a journey to Mars, aheI the bar examination and only one this is assessed at the convenience
Temple" which has been under dis- etold an interviewer. "M he of them has failed. The Okmulgee of the students, some paying in
Tepl"eer school does not seek students. Per- monthly installments and others
cussion for a long time, due to the body traveled 35,000,000 miles in'
large amount of repainting done in 'four minutes-the same speed at, sons in other states, and in other waiting until graduation.
' the XIX century and which clouded; which light travels."
the original work. About a year ago D Roinsonagave further infor- SMOKING RESOLUTION AT ARIZONA
Mr. Bernard Berenson, of Florence, mation that the Martian hme'e PARTIALLY APPROVED AT MICHIGAN
an eminent authority on Italian seven feet, six inches in height and I P R IL YA P O E TM C IA
painting, suggested that the re- the women about six feet. He ex-
paint be removed and the so-called hibited some drawings of a Martian No longer will women at Arizona of the proposition, were enthusias-
Cariani in order to find out ex- woman who, he said, had acted as University be forced to sneak out tically in favor of it. It was point-
actly what there was underneath. his guide. The drawings showed a in the alley when they want a few ed out that as conditions exist now
The difficult task was recently com- round faced woman with long hair, drags on a cigarette, folloing a at Michigan, women are forced to
pleted. The cleaning disclosed the penetrating eyes a curious nose ttea run severe risks of catching cold
deep blue coat of the Virgin, which and very large ears ' resolution recently adopted at a in order to get a few soul-saving
had been completely hiddcn, anti "She hasrg ear meeting of sorority presidents there. puffs on the weed. For instance,
also the overpainting of 'M i abl n re s a very artistic flower It was decided to allow girls' some of the students said, girls can
clo thadopletelhbsuribti'e e"rfen dress," explained the explor- halls and houses to establish smok- often be seen attempting to con-
fine drawing underneath. After en that the countr is notver ing rooms, the concensus of opin- ceal themselves in a clump of
much study of this picture, Mr. ', cold. The Martians have houses ion being that if women will smoke, bushes which surrounds a bench in
Berenson has finally come to the airships, motor cars and railways. they might as well be given a room the little triangular park at the
conclusion that the sketch is from They create and electrify their properly fitted out with ash trays corner of Oakland and Tappan
the hand of Titan, and not from fruit trees in a peculiar way, so and cuspidors, so that their desk avenues, puffing away at throat-
+Cariani or Giorgione." The Yale that fruit resembling an apple con- drawers and bed sheets will not be- easers and cough-removers.
panel comes in Titian's first period tains all tie constituents necessary come littered with cigarette stubs. And with the weather getting so.
between the years 1505-1516. Titian to a human body." Several Michigan students, when cold these days, some of the poor'
was a fellow pupil of Giorgione and Dr. Robinson's message which asked yesterday what they thought girls sitting out in the chill in order
the difference in their work is has been expected by the postoffice a W ilI I III11111 li1111111111ill11111111111IllIIll Il illIllIll1
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