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April 27, 1930 - Image 2

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THE N I HICAN

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BOEING ANNOU~CE SsHosZaN'tW' e
AERONA'UTICS PIZE7[
Honor Students in Aviation May F
Enter Competition for
Scholarships. ; ..

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Michigan T rackfthett Captu re F irst.
in J1 ammler Throw at Drake

Members of the Aeronautical so-
ciety and students interested in.
aeronautics who have maintained;v:>:<
ascholastic standing to classify
them in the upper one-third of
their class for the period of their' '
enrollment. will have an opportun-r
ity to compete for four scholar-A
ships with a total tuition value of £~
$7,100 offered, by W. E. Boeing of.I
the Boeing school of aeronautics,
Oakland, Calif.
Candidates for the scholarships
must write; an essay which must y
reach the Boeing school by June 0.' soiedasPoo
Papers are to be written on theA8Oft4P*Pho
following topics: "Aviation's Con- : of. IFrederick H. Pay ne.
tribution to Internationalism," Greenfield, Mass. x ar veteran
"The Development of Air Trans-
portation and its Possibilities"~ hoasrcnlyrmnte ot~
"The Development of Safety Fea- post of a,3sitant Secretary of, War
tures on Established Air Transport bIDy Presidenlt hoover.
Lines." The essays will be judged' "
by a national committee of awyard
cornposed of prominent educators'r~
and leaders in'the aeronautical in-i tN
dustry.
The first award,, Master Pilot, otc, Perf ornince Or.
'Ground school and Flying scholar- 'ii
-ship, is a nine months' course cov-!W wi
ering 203 hours of flying, and 12241! 'FHIESE
hours of gr ounld school instruction.. MRS. FISKE
Second award is the Master Me- TV1ARG~lRY MAUDEp
chanic cour~se consisting of nine GEORGETTE COL-JAN
months of instruction. The third'i BETTY LINUXE
award is the 'Master. Pilot Ground ! fJOH-N CRAIG'
school course, with nine months of 1;TWARD PO0WELL,
instruction; and the fourth is the} Are Appearing~ in Richard Brin
Private Pilot course, requiring from Dra
two to four months of ground and!l
flight instruction. I THEI L R
Full details of the scholarship PIE 10,.$.0 26
competition may be obtained from PIE:$.0 15.$.0
the administrative offices of the
Boeing -school {of aeronautics, Oak- ----___ ___--
land airport, California._- --B-O°
"UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA- IF'sn
Gliin ha ben introduced as a
new sport at the University with!
the arrival of a glider purchased by .
the Minnesota Society of Aero-I
nautical Engineers.
DALCIZE1 UYHICS
c~edi 1 echinique, Plastic Movementf
Soffege, Implrovisation, Piano,
Com1positioll.AW
NORMAL, TRZAINING
'Daicroze Certificate Provides I
New Profession for College and _______ ______________
Mo ic students ; -
Booklet onReus
PAUL ]BOEPPLE. egDirector y
9 East 59thi St., New York j
Volunteer 1357
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW
EUROPE ORIE HT a
ANY WHEE
STEFAMSHIP
IRYEE~SCHEQi1 S. ETC (BEGC l INNI up
. C. KEBLER. Stetim Lip J 1tA t ~
WNW S &9uo~ekd601 oZ .t Hoavn. Ana l rbos

-~ __ ~E - I L (Cntined rom aget) ess precision, won the 440 yard un-
U S EL K IIIA ' ~I!elyrcd madtne byaOernes f versity event in 41 -10 seconds,
*'h aghig Lay. ter. Clive Brooks, playing opposite)IMneoaa erao the meet record held jointly by
Ls Pelmnr Tak WilThe fascination which Ruth Chat- hrisa iaby cast.! In addition to the record in the Kansas and Iowa. Illinois wn only
.. - _ ;ternob holds over stuident audi- The plot, which is. excellently vault, two new marks for the Drake after a thrilling battle with Michi-
be Givenl for Black Prize ences is still effective, as one would constructed, has to do with a law- I carnival were established in the 440 gan with the flashy Eddie Toan
Oratorical Contest., judge after seeing and hearing the ye, who secures a divorce for a !yard University relay, the 480 yard runing as anchor man for the Wol-
first performance nof "TheLaughinig successul business man, and the shuttle relay, college sprint medley! verines.
The final preliminary of the t,ady" at theMajestic. We first saw divorcee herself. After the lawyer relay, the two mile run, the shot! Tolan was gaining with every
Thomas; E. H. Black oratorical con-a it in ,Cincinnati during Xmas va- secures custodly of her child for the pt, and the 440yadrlyfrsieancosdthfnshiea
' 'tcat~ln. an lied t moe tan ver usbndshe esovesto rvene Iletter men from championship foot-, scant foot behind Patterson run-
tetwlltkelaeosMy5 t atinan.lke:t orItan erhsbaf nthe rslves thourvge aball teams. ,ning as cleanup man for Illinois.
7 o'clock in room 302 Mason Hall, yeMsrda iudobelypo herselfionte awri hrouh The crack University of Ilinois re-i Illinois fiished their afternoon's
tows nouc dayb rf'Ms hte ni nobel ltwihi todabrinof ;ghi pitiless layquartet winning three relays, I work by bagging their race in win-
it ws anoucedamog the ver best stars Para- publicity as well as scandal. The end! 1
R. D. T. Hollister, of the speech rioun .has to offer. Her acting ,in.-of the picture shows how and why established records in two of them ning the 880 yard relay in 1 minute,
department, chairman of the con- this, her latest picture does not her clever scheming comes to The great Illinois sprint team with i27 6-10. seconds. Useman, Dickin- xe tainMcnX.oTenug.ThpcurdsrvsaUmn,.StaCvadPt-oCvadPtesnopsd
test. The final contest will take DxceorslSrthaui "Madm yXbeora"Te naught. Tepcuedsre terson handling the baton in fault-' the Illinois team for this event.
clock at the evening service of the lt ealy-5. *. L ___C.__________________r_______
First Methodist church..
'Professor H~ollister announced !
that any students who desired to
tr otand had 'been unable t doTELW R
so at the early preliminary, would whsocrandedtcher <
be able to do so at the final one, aysotl outcasther.
and should get in touch with him
' limmediately.: A squad :of ,five will} The Talking-Singing-Dancing successorsI NOW
be picked from the contestants in !o'h rawyMld"wt LYN II CNA
the final preliminary to take part MARIE . SHET CIB]r
in the final event. R S L R1. who ruined her R 't
0 l A1c p4 V A TYTL7 ' A Ii ..h...... a: reutatin an d.,

SOUTH
STATE

Delicious Refresh-
ments as you while
away your idle
hours listening to
BOB CARSON'S
music
AFTERNOON S
AND
EVENINGS

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