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, OCTOBER 4, 1928

T HE M IC H IGA N D AIL Y

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GERMAN AIRSHIP
S TRIAL FLIGHT,

Returns To Berlin After Flying For'
36 Hours Over English And
German Terxitory
Tfi VISIT UNITED STATES
BERLIN, Oct. 3-After paying a
friendly visit to England, Graf Zep-
pelin, the new German dirigible
reached Berlin at 9 o'clock this
morning soaring over the city while
thousands crowded the streets and
cheered. Tihe huge airship in pass-1
ing over the city 'on the last flight,
of its trial tests described a grace-
ful loop over the Wilhelmstrasse
and the newspaper row downtown.
A's the dirigible circled over the
city and the executive palace flow-
ers for President von Hindenburg
attached to a small parachute were
dropped but they were carried six
blocks down the street.
On the way to England the huge
airship passed over the mansion at
Doorn where the former Kaiser'
Wilhelm is in exile and the last'
monarch and his family joined in
cheering the passage. Reaching
Suffolk at Lowestoft, about 100
miles southeast of London, the ship
headed for the midlands and three-
hours later it again soared over the
coast toward the northeast. Upon
leaving the English coast the diri-
gible was maneuvred over the North
Sea- passing over Borkum, one of
the Frisian islands, about midnight,
reaching German 'territory about
2:25 and half an hour laterycruised
over Bremen. With the docking of
the ship shortly after 9 o'clock this
morning, Dr. Hugo Eckener com-
pleted his 36 hour trial flight, the
last long flight for the ship be-
fore its trip to the United States.
BISH OP HONOR ED
BY LIBRARY BODY
William Warner Bishop, Univer-
sity librarian, has been reappoint-
ed a member of the committee on
international relations of the
American Library association, ac-
cording to an announcement from
Chicago headquarters. He is also
on the nominating committee for
the coming year.
F. L. D). Goodrich, associate li-
brarian, has been reappointed to
the committee on committees, and
Carleton B. Joeckel and Margaret
Mann of the department of library
science have also been given im-
portant committee posts.
Recent extensive investigations
have shown that there are 2,50U
varieties of perfumes.

Students' Control
Debated In Court
(By Associated Press)
LANSING, Oct. 3.-Distinctions
between fraternal and parental
control over college students were
argued in the state supreme court
today.
Frank, A. Stivers, attorney for
Roy A. Seeley and other residents
claimed that students under fra-
ternal control are not the decorous

"QUITE A CHANGE IN THE OLD PLACE," REMARKS
A MEMBER OF THE CLASS OF '70 ON HIS RETURN
"Say sonny, where's this new to the Lit school back in '68. Many and there are many others that
medical building?" The speaker a time I went to a recitation in I can't remember now."
that old place, not always prepar- WieJ B 7;a h rfre
was an old man, a venerable looking ed either." Whe Jd B'70,tascheopreferrd
old gentleman with snow white With a far away look the oldo be called, was at school here the
hair and a wing collar. "You see," grad went on to tell of his class- and in '71 Angell became presi-
he explained, "It's been many a mates and professors. There were dent. Entire student enrollment in
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everything is so different that I
don't even recognize the buildings
that were here when I went to
school." Noticing that he was be-
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1 iteresthebecamne quite informa-
youths found in family circles. The iner

case was an appeal from a Wash-
thenaw court injunction prevent-'
ing the construction of a house by
The Phi Sigma Delta fraternity in
a district restricted to single dwel-
lings.
He intimated that sometimes the?
fraternity brethern stayout until
Xll hours and make noise , when
they return home. Counsel for the
Phi Sigma Delta contended that
the proposed house was in reality
a single dwelling because it has
a single dining room and other at-
tributes of the family domicile.

"I'm a graduate of the class of
'70l," he- contin.ued. "It's 62 years
ago that I first saw the .Michigan
campus, and 58 years ago that I
graduated from here. Things have,
changed a piece since those old
days." His eyes wandered fromi
place to place vacantly, as if he
saw shades of old friends and old
familiar places.
Then he noticed Mason hall.
"Well, there's. some thing that I
know, anyway," he said. "That
building and the wing on the other
side is just about all there was

largest class that had graduated
from the University up to that
time. He estimated that there
were approximately 25 still living.
HIe himself, he announced, was 82.
"We had quite a few big men in
our class, though. There was
Bernard- Moses who was a professor
of history at the University of Cali-
fornia for so many years. Then
there was Day who became Sec-
retary of State under Garfield, and
later a Justice of the U. S. Supreme
court. Professor Beaman who
taught mathematics here at Michi-
gan was a member of our class,

those days was ab ou i,2uu. He
looked incredulous when told that
enrollment in these days is about
10,000.
"How things have changed," he
kept repeating. "Why right on this
spot, (we were standing behind
University hall) there used to be an
old pump where we could duck the
freshmen when they became too
frisky."
"Well," he concluded," I'll wander
around and see the rest of the
campus. You're got a wonderful
school here alright. But," he
sighed,. "It isn't like .the old days."

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