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NAV Y OFFICIAL HUPE' FOK AMEKICAN Nine Michigan State
ENTRY IN 1933 SCHNEIDER CUP RACE Paper Editors Face
Cites Three Factors Necessary T1e story of the airvnane's de- Faculty Discipline
to Enable United States vnopment is told in the follow-
to Compete Then. ing record of the comparative EAST LANSING, Mich., May 15.-
_-s 01eds which have won the Sch(- A)--Possibility that nine Michigan
WASHINGTON, May 15.-(AP)- eidcr cup in races ince 1913: State College students who Wed-
America, for five years out of the Year Piot and Nationality Speed nesday published the semi-annual
major world air classic, the Schnei- (13 M. Prevost (France) 45.75 eiition of "The Eczema" would face
der trophy race, may fly into the 191 Howard Pixton (Eg). 55.3 disciplinary action appeared today
high speed picture in 1933 on navy 20 Cci. Bologna (Italy) 102.5 when President Robert S. Shaw ap-
wings. 1 O21 r. do Briganti (Italy) 117.4 pointed a faculty committee to in-
David S. Ingalls, assistant secre- 1.22 Capt. H. Biard (Eng). 146.5 vestigate the paper. The student
tary of navy for aeronautics, tells 1923 Lt. Rittenhouse U.S. 177.4 are initiates of Pi Delta Epsilon,
what must be done as he shapes a iazs Lt. J. Dootlittle U.S. 232.6 honorary journalism fraternity.
program for stretching $220,000 to 1921 Maj. Bernardi Italy 246.5 The publication was barred from
the limit for the initial step, basic 1927 S. N. Webster (Eng). 281.5 the mails Thursday by Postmaster
research. 192 H. Waghorn (Eng). 328.5 B. A. Faunce of East Lansing, who
tnedeclared that in his judgment it
Three things, he enumerated, are u cdmmercia'Iy or from miii- "comes under the classification of
necessary to enable. the United isyc~nnri~yo rmxii
Staestoyenter a high speed race tary or private points of view, obscene and indecent literature."
in 1933 "with a fair chance to win- except for racing; but it may
,,,be truly stated that the racing
ning" ~.plane of today is the ordinary WANT ADS PAY
1. An engine development an plane of tomorrow.
production that will provide sever- "Of this we are sure-that we-.
al engines of around 3,000 horse- cannot long continue merely to fol-
power; low in the footsteps of other coun-
2. Design, construction, and flight tries in speed and still maintain an LAST TIMES TODAY
testing of leveral racing planes equality in our aviation material.
improved over anything America "With great delight, therefore, we
has ever seen; viewed the amendment to the 1932 LA WRENCE
3. A complete racing organiza- navy appropriation bill by Repre-
tion of engineers, pilots, mechan- sentative F. H. La Guardia, New
ics, and crew, well-trained over an York, providing $1,000,000 toward
appreciable period before the race. having the navy re-enter the rac-
"Nearly $3,000,000 and two to ing field."
three years of development will be
required, hedepaitment has borne White House Children
the brunt of development of racing Desire to See Bears
planes in this country. Before 1925,
when speeds were lower and compe- WASHINGTON May 15. -()-
tirion less keen, it was able to keep President Hoover is making gr-
in step through its experimental rangements to take the White House
"Since then, the situation has' - grandchildren to the first circus
particular- of the season here next Monday or
come radically differentricar'Tuesday. Peggy Anne Hoover, 6
ly because nothing whatever ha ' years old, and Herbert III, 4 years
been done in America to develop old, made a request that they be }
engines of great horsepower and no jllowcd to see the bears. Their in-
funds have been available. terest in bears has been aroused
"A racing plane itself is of no by repeated admonitions that bears
~ lurk in the east room of the White
SALVADOR HEAD House and therefore they must not
enter this forbidden chamber.
HOPES FR UNION WHT E
Araujo Wants Central American is here now in the
Republics in One Nation.
_ most human and
SAN SALVADOR, May 15.-(/P)- lovable talkie in
Arturo Araujo, who hones to see the r I.
Central American republics united
into one nation, is starting his term
as president of Salvador with a de-
termination to free his own coun-
try of debt.
"I want the indebtedness of my
country elimin ted, so that we may
have a self-sustaining government,
one of prosperity and progressive-
ness," he said.
"With this done, we can go ahead
on the needed public improvements,
works that will talke full advantage
of modern ideas and inventions
and help to uplift the people.
"And it is also my ambition to
see brought about a unity of the
Central American states. Such a
development would enable them to
attain a high place in the world's
commerce and production and, of
course, would lift them to a com-
mensurate higher plane of living."
MON., MAY 18
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