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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THUMSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 129

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ASSEMBLE IN DETROITR

SEVENTEEN DAY FLIGHT OVER
TWENTY STATES WILL
BEGIN SATURDAY.
MAY HAIZLIP WILL FLY
More Than Thirty-Six Ships Ex-
pected to Attempt Qualifica-
tion in Thursday Trials.
(By Associated Press)
DETROIT, Oct. 2.-Twenty-five
planes that will contest in fifth an-
nual National Air Tour for the Ed-
sel Ford trophy had assembed at
Ford Airport at noon yesterday.
The tour begins its 17-day swing
through 20 states and two Cana-
dian provisions at 10 a. m. Satur-
day.
The latest arrivals among the
contesting planes including May
Haizlip, of Kansas City, who fin-
ished among the leaders in the re-
cent women's air derby from Santa
Monica, Cal., to Cleveland; two en-
tries of the Cessna Aircraft Co., and
one of Travel Air Co.
Also included in the list of 25
were the two Stout Metal Airplane
Co. entries whose pilots have not
yet been announced. Between 30
and 35 contesting planes, in addi-
tion to six or seven accompanying
planes are expected to be here for
the preliminary qualifying tests
Thursday and Friday. Weighing in
of late arrivals was being continued
today.
Famous pilots were arriving at
the airport at the rate of two or
three an hour. Among them were
Dale Jackson and Forest O'Brine,
who established a refueling endur-
ance record of more than 420 hours!
at St. Louis last summer.
Two tour officials were among
those who had assembled at the
airport by late Tuesday afternoon
They were Capt. Frank Hawkes.
tour referee, and E. W. (Pop) Cleve-
land, official starter.
Hawks, who holds both eastward
a 6 d westward transcontinental
speed records, flew from New York,
a distance of 565 -miles, by way of
Buffalo, in three hours and 32 min-
utes. He made the trip in a Lock-'
heed Air Express.
Hawks said that a final check on
the itinerary has shown the total
distance to be covered by the tour
is 5,017 niles, instead of 4,800 miles,
as previusly announced.
Walker Opponents
Ridicule Charges
Of Tapping Wires
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 2-Opponents
of Mayor James J. Walker in the
mayoralty campaign today ridicul-
ed charges that telephone wires
serving the executive offices in the
city hall had been tapped.
Announcement by CharWv M
Kerrigan, assistant to Mayor Walk-
er, that a terminal box in the ciy
hall basement had been found bro-
ken open and a short piece of wire
discovered inside indicating activi-
ties of a wire tapper caused a fu-
rore in city political circles.
Police commissioner Whalen as-
signed a squad of detectives to the
task of hunting for the wire tap-
per.
"If they wanted to find out any- I
thing about the city's business they
wouldn't tap the mayorps wire,"
Fiorello M. LaGuardia, Republican
candidate for mayor, said. "This
s certainly a compliment to Wha-
len's policing. By the time I get
ready to go to the City hall on Jan-
uary I there probably won't be
any city hall left"

Richard E. Enright, former po-
lice commissioner and candidate
of the Square deal party, said:
"I hope they didn't tap the wire
between Tammany Hall and the
city hall. It is the most important
wire in the city administration." I
Suspicions of attaches of the
mayor's office were aroused by un-
usual noises and other defects in
the telephone service during the
past two weeks.

ATRIX USES MICHIGAN GLEE CLUB WILL BEGIN Southern Labor the recent industrial uprising
PLANE IN HUNT SEVENTIETH YEAR OF ACTIVITIESt Leaders Defend meeting sposored bythe Inte-
national Labor Defence to be held
Michigan's male glee club is the score of voices in the afternoon and Strikes at 8 o'clock, Friday evening, Octo-
Pr ULO [fST( U O'IJU N oldest organization on the campus evening meetings. Four more times Rtber 4, at the new Labor Temple,
in the activity group. Two years have been listed by the director be- 208 West Liberty street.
--ffore the final choice of 52 voices Prof. W. W. Jenton of the Math-
Thirty-seven Courses in Business before the opening of the Civil will be made. Several years ago tarykofsthe Iternationaglearcre- cmatics department will preside at
Admini'-tnrtion a d 'iberal War, the University saw the inau- the number of tryouts exceeded 250, the meeting. There will be no
Arts Are Offered guration of the "Glee and Mando- but in recent seasons this number fence, and by two Gastonia, N. C.' he men Tderesill e no
mill-workers, who participated in charge for admission. The public
lin" club which, although begun has fallen off considerably. The is invited.
NINE CITIES HAVE COURSES with a purely social idea in mind, additional incentive of added trips
---- and tours this year will probably f
During the past week, the Uni- soon became recognized as a prom- draw a number equal to those in v
versity Extension s:-vice has biegun ment campus activity. the past, Harrison stated. An-
series of thirty seven liberal art This season's concert at Hill Au- nouncement of theagee cly per-
and business administration cours-I n treekb 0
es for the residents of the city and the numerous week-end trips
Ieoi Thi is the r t to neighboring Michigan cities will During the seventy years of itsT e arrO
of Detroit. This is the department hs n-existence, the glee club has visited
fortyhofstevforty-eghtistatesinichi- o
sixteenth annual offering of college forty of the forty-eight states mseSpeakfor
courses to that city, and from the history that her male song- the union, has made trips to every
crowded conditions f the firstfers have shown their wares be- important city in the middle-westI e
foremusical audiences. Although: and has given a yearly concert in
class meetings this week, it is evi- j the 1929-30 program is not defi- Hill auditorium for local music lov- SOUTH
dent that enrollment will surpass nitely announced as yet, this year's ers. Rehearsals will begin next
the exceptional high record of 1,- tour will probably be the most com- week, and are scheduled two nights I
650 students for last yearprehensive in the institution's his a week during the remainder of theS ET XX
y tory. Under the direction of Theo- year
Courses were instituted in De- dore Harrison, present director of
troit for the first time in 1911, the club, the success of the male
- r el lim rl e asnesinnuahe metrolagcentrs brougt t heuniverity fromthe ^H EAR BOB CARSON S MUSIC
Rankin offered classes there in near Ann Arbor. forests of Liberia bring the total of
'i History 1, Philosophy 2A, and1
Rhetoric 3, respectively. Since that Issuing the initial call for try- the Yale collection to 16,000 speci- Afternoons and Evenings
time, means for continuation work outs yesterday, Harrison began the mens, the largest assortment in
have been proved for ne oher! 1929-30 season by testing over a Ithe world.

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Associated Press Photo
Mary Jane Highby.
Youthful aviatrix of Los Angeles
Cal., is shown in the above proto-
raph as she is about to take off in
her biplane on a hunting trip into
Arizona. This Diana of the air uses
her plane to scout for game in the
Grand Canyon country.

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The purpose of the extension
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Michigan Credit Courses for teach-
ers who are interested in working
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fields,'-and that large group of men
and women in all walks of life
who, while not especially interested
in college credit wish to keep up
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