THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1930
M H H AWKS, JERNIGAN LEAVE SAN DIEGO
Cg8s ON TRANSCONTINENTAL GLIDER TRIP
TO SEEK STDETS : ~
Fr [FLYING CO UR SE>1
Navy and Marine Officers Plan
Yisit Here to Choose aeT
STUDENTS MUST QUALIFY!
Training Will Enable Graduates'
to Obtain Transport Pilot .. : * ..
University students who may
wish to secure training in aviation
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a n o p p o r t u n i t y t o a p p l y f o r s u c h f . r i i g l t r t i o t , a c r - I i , , . , . . . : :. .
trainig laer thi mnth, accord-
ing to a letter from Captain C. J. Y r :/r
Peters of the Reserve Aviation Unit v
at Great Lakes, Illinois. A board
composed of Navy and Marine.;
Corps officers will sit the cam- r.
pus for the purpose of choosing a L_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
limited number of qualified stu- r Associated Preas Photo
dents to take a flying course which Capt. Frank Hawks (right) took off from San Diego, Cal., on an
will enable successful students to attempted glider flight to New York. His glider is being towed behind
pass an examination for procure- a plane piloted by J. D. Jernigan, jr. (left).
ment of Department of Commerce l
Transport pilots licenses. IRdTrials W;ihh d
Three Phrases of Instruction.i
The course is divided into three1y British Racing Ace!
phases of training covering an
period of 21 months, as follows: (d Pr
30 day flight elimination course in ILDAYTONA BEACH, Fla., April 21
which student solos and is sent to1- Indefinite postponement of his
the Naval Air station at Pensacola, attempts to lower the world's auto-
Florida; eight months in which the ! Professor of Business Policy to
student completes 200 or moreI Discuss 'Self Advertising late today by Kaye Don, British1
hours of flying and is examined
for commission as Second Lieut-' and Success Tonight. champion.
enant; and finally one year's active Don said indications were that
duty with the rank, pay and allow- Prof. Charles L. Jamison, profes- the beach would not be in condi-}
ances of a Second Lieutenant, M. sor of business pqlicy, will speak at tion for super speed for possibly a
C. R. with regular Marine Corps a third of a series of forums spon-
operation squadrons. According tor sored by the Business Administra- ealonger.
Capai Pter te ay ndalow Meamwhile, he has ordered hs
Captai Peters the pay and allow- tion club tonight at the Union. He mechanics to reduce the gear ratio
ances are approximately $245 per will talk on "Self Advertising as a of his car which he said would add
month. ,o i a hc esi ol d
At the end of the year of actFactor in Success," in room 319 of considerably to his speed. He ad-
tithe Michigan Union at 7:10.cosdrbythispe.Ha-
duty and advanced training, the. Thg Unrum a d:ig. ded that unless conditions became
dutyandadvnce tranin, te -These forums are designed to" favorable within a week or so he
student is transferred to inactive give students interested in the forle ihin a wek o so
duty and attached to one of the school of business administration would ship his car back to England.
organized Marine Corps Reserve an idea of the aims of the school.
Aviation squadrons.-1 Different professors give talks each L. G.D rJ. BALFO N CO.
Annual Training Possible. I week, which are followed by open 1121 South University
In addition to training with re- discussion, on the opportunities of- FRATERNITY JEWELERS
serve squadrons while in an in fered the graduate in the different ,1 Bades-Favors-Programs
active duty status, he may receive fields of business for which the Crkey Stanud, mgr.
15 days of active training annual- school trains the student. _____________________________
ly, for the purpose of maintaining
According to Captain Peters, the
purpose of the course is to build I
up a strong, efficient Marine corps
Aviation reserve. All students who
fail to pass any of the .three -phases
of training will be released imme-
SCHOOL OF FORESTRY RECOMMENDS
iIREFORESTATION THROUGHOUT STATE' IHiBIAN II IITIU
IPIrMTWt hebckngo ping, OP- b ini no evenue to the owners.
Iidle acres on farms and estates gravelly hillsides in the state will
System Provided for Exchange throughout Michigan should re- support pine trees,which are sold Crawford Declares Stressing of
of University Equipment to ceiye the attention of hs citizens. by the Department of Conserva- Patriotisn Will Strengthen
Result in Saving. according to a statenent issued tion. The trees are small, measur- Power of Arabia.
yesterday by the University School ing little over four inches in
TO SELL OLD MATERIAL of Forestry. height, and are planted much as DESCRIBES ARAB WORLD
Timber growing experiments a tomato or cabbage plant, except__
With the arranging of plans for near Ann Arbor, which have been that less care is necessary and no Unification of the Arabs by
the establishment of an equipment carried on since 1904 by the Uni- water is needed. - stressing patriotism rather than re-
versity, indicate an unuually large ligion will be the event that will
exchange bureau by the University, growth for white pine. Scotch pine, a Studies greatly strengthen the power of
needless duplicate purchasing of and red oak; these trees are es- their country, stated Prof. G. S.
expensive apparatus will be elimin- peciallyrecommended for the pro- Rater s Crawford, noted Arabian educator,
acd wielogrus fequip-I posed reforestation. Experiment- ! Ci-nrc o of the International forum, held
n o al results show an average growth /_last night in the Natural Science
ment will result in greater saving for closed space white pine of 27.2' Auditorium, entitled "New Oppor-
and more efficient control of the feet in height over a period of 22 Plans to Publish Three Volumes tunity in the Arab World" and
campus equipment. years, and an average diameter of Showing Results of Survey. which was sponsored by the Stu-
All departments of the " various 3.5 inches at breast height. g tdent Christian association.
schools and colleges having equip- 1 Lagging far behind Massachu-i With special reference to rate; "The Arabians have the culture ,
setts, New York, and Pennsylvania,.' mat~ing functions and processes,' the minds, and the individual lead-
ment not in active use are asked which have been prominent in Prof. I. L. Sharfman of the eco- ers to make them a great nation,"
to submit to the main chemistry lumber history, Michigan has nomics department, is making an ressorCrawford stated. Thei
store in the chemistry building, de- comparatively small number of intensive study of the activities of only need is some common cause
scrip ins of al sc ar atus, privately owned forest plantations. the Interstate Commerce Commis- that will unite them. This is rapid-
scriptions of all such apparatus. An 1ore of these are needed for dem- sion while on leave of absence in ly being recognized and strong cit-
attempt will be made by the stalfionstration purposes, according to Washington. The survey, when izenship and nationalism is believ-
of the store to sell the equipment the University foresters, and as a completed, will be the most com- ed to be that cause that will unit
by distributing information to means of utilizing areas which new prehensive work done in this field. them.
other departments of the available It will probably be published in 'iArabic language has been the
material. The money obtained tw or three volumes. pvehicle of Arab culture," he ex-
from these sales will be credited to onTaft s Widow Included in the scope of this jIplained. Because of its fullness and
the budget of the department for- With Cross work will be a study of the legis-- iexpressiveness even the illiterate
merly owning the equipment.-a lative basis, the extent of the jur- Ir itellit at ope- them
If the sale of the material is not (liv Associated Pre's. ' isdiction, and the scope of the au- ag It is this quality that makesnthem.
made within a reasonable amount WASHINGTON, April 2 - The thority of the Interstate Commerce "It an b esti deor!en
of time, the equipment will be re- widow of William Howard Taft re- Commission. The procedure and'eIgIs bau therha e ren
turned to the department owning ceived an honor in his name today organization of this body will be eligions that they have not been
it and wasamentionedofortaiconoin some bndable to unite their many different
it. ;and was mentioned for a congres considered in some detail and there I
I sinal ourtsytribes into a smoothly organized
sional courtesy will be an analysis of tIhe ,ctivities state. Now, however, they realize
Church Choir to Sing Presentation was made to Mrs.-
Crg Taft of the Graham cross of the of the Commission in its function that they must subordinate the im-
as an administrative tribunal. portance of these creeds and em-
et M s S day Itoero Polsahambassadr to tu Professor Sharfiman has, for some phasize the citizenship that they
"The Seven Last Words of. Christ,1ited Stes. ars, been devoting a lge por- have in common. When they have
aT Lenten cantata by Dubois, will " UIttad been conferred upon the tion of his time to this work. Last done this," concluded Professor
be presented by the choir of the I formerd peent nd c u the summer he was granted leave of Crawford, "they will amount to
SChurch of Christ Disciples in the in 1924, but could not be presented absence for a year so that he might something as a nation."
Ihchurch auCitrium, at Hill and i while he was on the bench. Later finish this work._ _ _ _ _ _
Tappan streets, Sunday night, April
6, at 7:30 o'clock.
A cordial invitation has been ex-
tended to students of the Univer-
sity and residents of Ann Arbor to
attend this special service as well as
other services and programs whidh
will be presented throughout the
Mr. Taft's health would not permit
The house postoffices committee
ordered a favorable report on the
[Saunders bill, which would provide'
I free mailing privileges for Mrs.
Taft. Similar courtesies have beenj
extended to the widows of other'
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Michigan to Cooperate'
with Radio Commission'
(My, Associated Press)
LANSING, Mich., April 2.-Mich-
igan will be glad to work in har-
mony with the federal radio com-
mission so long as the commission
does not attempt to interfere with
the state's right to construct andj
operate a state police broadcasting I
station, the commission was inform-.
ed in a letter dispatched today by
Oscar G. Olander, commissioner of
Mr. Olander informed C. M.'
Saltzman, chairman of the com-
mission, that representatives from
Michigan would attend the hearing
on the proposed police transmitter
which has been set ahead from
My 15 to April 22.
Action of the commission in ad-
vancing the hearing date followed
a stormy controversy in which Gov.
Fred W. Green defied the commis-
sion and announced that the state
would go ahead with construction
of the station."
The most popular ready-to-
eat cereals served in the
dining-rooms of American
colleges, eating clubs and
fraternities are made by
Kellogg in Battle Creek.
They include Kellogg's
orn Flakes, Pep Bran
Fiakes, Rice Krispies,Wheat
Krun-ables and Kellogg's
Shredded Whole Wheat Bis-
cuit. Also Kaffee Hag Cof-
fee-the coffee that lets
i . ^ r fI
AROUND the turn . . . into the
stretch . .. four men side by side.
...One of them will pull ahead
and flash through the tape - a
You can bet he's fit! He looks
healthy, and he's healthy inside
too. No man can have a system
clogged with waste, and do his best.
Kellogg's ALL-BRAN, a pure,
wholesome cereal, is guaranteed to
prevent constipation.-Two table-
spoonfuls a day are enough. ALL-
BRAN is delicious with milk or
cream, mixed with other cereals, or
with fruit or honey added. Ask
that it be served at your frater-
nity house or favorite campus
PRESSED .. .
A 0 4
%FVm''Tm HE COUNTEoR
Sale of Tickets
Sat., April Sth-8;30 A. M.
at School of Music Building
and will continue so long as the tickets last.
PRICES: $6.00, $7.00, $8.00. If coupon is returned from Choral
Union tickets deduct $3.00 from above prices.
-thse Quality the Finest
Don't tbelieve competitors who infer that just be-
cause we can lower prices we have to lower the quality
of our work. We've all grown to expect "dirty digs'
like that-they mean nothing.
But White Swansays, here and now, that i you
can get ,etter work, anywhere in Ann Arbor, no matter
what you pay, no matter how many fancy, names are
used describe it, we don't know where that place is.
We don't use "Magiclean"-we pay no advertising
tribute for the: use of trade names. But we do something
that will interest you. White Swan redistills its clean-
ing fluid constantly, so that nothing but clean, pure, odor-
less, crystal clear fluid touches your garments.
And ply the most careful and expert workmen
press your garments.
We believe the public is no longer interested in
fancy language. But we do believe that everyone is
interested in better w.orkmanship and lower prices.
If our volume continues to grow as it has recently,
you may expect even better prices. But it's workman-
ship that counts most. Send White Swan your garments
with perfect assurance that they will be cleaned to per-
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