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PLANE FORCED DOWN! Making
jump which
Soviet Plane Makes Forced Landing Arbor have 1
Because of Motor Trouble; to witnessing, o
Resume 'Flight Arbor High

hool Student to Make Exhibition

(By Associa d Press)
CRAIG, Alaska, Oct. 5.-The
four Russian aviators flying from
Moscow to New York were safe
here today after their monoplane
Land of the Soviets had been forced
down by motor trouble at Water-
fall, 12 miles north of here.
Flying through a severe elec-
trical storm and fighting a terrific
wind, the airmen narrowly escap/d
disaster after both motors of the
monoplane stopped.
Resumption of the flight to Seat-
tle, the next stop in the 12,000-mile
air journey, probably will not be
possible for a week because a new
motor must be installed in the
monoplane. The motor and sup-
plies will be shipped from Seattle.
The left engine will be replaced
and the right motor repaired.

lan, will giv
between 4a
afternoon at
cipal airport
MacMillan
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the Genera
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at Ann Arbor
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Parachute Jump at Municipal Air Field
the first parachute order to give the spectators a good
theacfirst view of the performance.
most residents of Ann There will be no admission
had the opportunity of charge and no collection will be
a senior at the _ Ann taken among the spectators. The
school, Robert MacMil- public is invited to attend, and in
e an exhibiton jump additionto this feature attraction
5e an'exhibitindaum is asked to inspect the Flo fleet of
and 5 o'clock Sunday aipas
the Ann Arbor Muni airplans.
U. of C. Adds Course
, who has been out of Crf
for nearly two years in Backstage Craft
ployed during that time CHIA>$ .~cc ck sa
ster Flying service and CHICAGO, Oct. 5.-Back stage
Fcraftsmanship. the practical lore of
1 Aviation company, costume construction and makeup
York State. He enrolled for the theatre. has been dignified
rHigh this fall in order at the University of Chicago by in-
work required for ad- ;clusion in the regular curriculum.
the aeronautical en- The purpose is, in part, the training
[sion of the engineer- of University students for profes-
t the University. sional costuming work.
red jump" which Mac- A series of four courses is offer-
make will be his one ed this year in the home economics
forty-seventh and will department on "historical and stage
m an altitude of ap- costuming." The laboratory will
1,800 feet. He will at- provide all the facilities for the
;ht as nearly as possi- making of actual costumes of the
enter of the airport in various historic periods.
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TO HELP HONOR
NOTED PA TRIOT
Y <i ' (
Major Francis Pulaski, direct de-
scendent of General Pulaski, fam-
ous Polish patriot, will attend the
150th anniversary of the death of
his forebear at Savannah.

Four Men< Added to Staff of Philosophy LV.BRARY SOCIETY
Department; New Courses to be Offered i ONORSJOECKLES
I / (By Ass'ociad IPress,)'
An associate professor and three arvard and at the University of GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Oct. 5-
An asocateproessr ad treeWashington. He is a recognized au- Miss Eli rehKapCide'
instructors have been added to the thority on logic. Librrizabeth Knapp, Children's
philosophy department staff, it was $ The new instructors are Hardy president of the Michigan Library
announced recently. Several new Hoover, from Harvard; A. P. Uch- Association at a meeting here to-
courses will also be offered this enko, from the University of Cali- 'day. Other officers elected were:
semester. fornia, and Gardner Williams, of Vice president, C. B. Joeckels of
C. H. Langford, of the University the University of Michigan, all the University of Michigan library
of Washington, has accepted an as- doctors of philosophy. school and Margaret Smith, of
sociate professorship. Langford ob- Among the new courses offered M-arquette; Treasurer, Dorothy
tained his doctor of philosophy de- is a history of modern philosophy, B.iake, Birmingham, Secretary, Etta,
gree at Harvard and taught at both a third introductory course. 'Vivian, Ludington.

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The Outstanding Dramatic Event of the Season
Whitney TheatreARBOR
Monday; Tuesday and Wednesday
October 7, 8 and 9th
Mantell-Hamper Company Presents
And a Suyerb Cast of Players in Three Plays of William Shakespeare's
MON., OCT. 7th-"THE MERCHANaT OF VENICE"
TUESDAY, OCT. 8th-"MACBETH"
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9th-"ROMEO AND JULIET"
Mai Or ers Now S*eSale O "en Thur. Oct. 3rd
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THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL

SOC

IETY ---
Earl V. Moore, Musical Director

Charles A. Sink, President
1 929-Fifty=First Annual Series-1930
October 15-GIOVANNI MARTINELLI, Metro-
politan Opera Company Tenor, in song
recital.
October 30-DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHES-
TRA, OSSJP GABRILOWITSCH,
Conductor.
Novemn'er 7-IGNACE JAN PADERWSKI, World's
most noted pianist, in recital.

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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IGNASCE JAN
PADEREWSKI

1929--Fifty-First Annual Series-1930
DI cemnber 3-INER-BUDIAPEST STRING
-QUARTET
Jeno Lener Imre Hartman
Joseph Smilovits Sandor Roth
December Jo-CLAUDIA MUZIO, Prima Donna
Dramatic Soprano, Chicago Civic Op-
era Association, in recital
January 16-JASCHA HFIFETZ, in violin recital.
January I -.VIAI)IM[R HOROWITZ, in piano
recital.
February I -ELISABiEiT I RETHBERG, Metro-
politan Opera Dramatic Prima Donna
Soprona, in recital.
March i-DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHES-
TRA, OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH,
Conductor.
Mich an's Greatest
Concert Series

JAS!', I IA
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November

19-THE ENGLISH SINGERS, of London.
Flora Mann Norman Notley
Nellie Carson Cuthbert Kelly
Lillian Berger Norman Stone
in a program of madrigals, folk songs,
ballets, canzonets and other music.

CLAUDIA
MUZIO

ELISABETH
RETHBJERG

Fifty-First Annual
Choral Union Series

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HILL AUDITORIUM

"Over-the-Counter" Sale Begins Monday, Oct. 7, 8:30 A. M.
At School of Music Building

GIOVANNI
MARTINELLI

Beginning then and
sale at $6-$8-$10

continuing until the limited number
and $12.

remaining

is exhausted, all remaiing coarse tickets will be on public

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