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PAGE TWO THE MICHIIGAN- DAILY

VEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1925

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN,
liot~o the Zull. b.contretiv eiotiqe to all membeu!
t.Qppy received at the office of the au~t to the Pre.14s~t
auil 3:30: 11:30cm. Satuirday.

Sets New Record

To Build Glider
For Contest In
June At Purdue
G-1id6 Cl-b Will Cnsctriict

Classified Direetory

N.S. The schedule for make-up field
trips and laboratory work will be
posted today on bulletin board near
Room 2051 N.S.
Concert
Graduation R e c i t a 1: Raymond
Kondratowicz, pianist, student of
Prof. Joseph Brinkman, of the School
of Music, will give the following Grad-
uation Recital, Thursday, May 23, at
8:15 o'clock in the School of Music
to which the general public, with the
exception of small childrerr is invited.,
Prelude and Fugue in
D Major .........Bach-D'Albert
Sonata, Op. 110 .......... Beethoven
Moderato cantabile
Allegro molto
Allegro, ma non troppo-Fuga
La soiree dans Grenade ..... Debussy
Scherzo, Op. 31 ............ Chopin
Symphonic Etudes, Op. 13, Schumann
Events Today
Botanical Seminar will hold a
photographic exhibit at 4:15, Room
3004 N.S. Bldg. Members of the De-
partment of Botany will illustrate
with prints, transparencies, etc., the
application of photography to various
fields of botanical research and teach-
ing. Demonstrations of several pho-
tographic methods will also be on
exhibition.
Forestry Club: Professor Willet F.
Ramsdell will speak on "Land Use In
Michigan" at 7:30 p.m., Room 2039
Natural Science Building. All mem-
bers of the club are requested to be
present at the meeting in order to
take part in the election of officers for
next year.
Landscape Club meeting at 7:45
p.m., 403 South Wing.
Weekly Reading Hour: At the week-!
ly reading hour at 4 o'clock, in Room1
205 Mason Hall, Miss Mildred Gold-
berg will read George Middleton's
"Tradition," and Miss Phyllis Blau-
* man will read from George Bernard
Shaw's "The Devil's Disciple." The
public is cordially invited.
Any student interested in member-
ship in Interpretive Arts Society may
see Professor Hollister at 3:30 or at
5:30 in Room 302 M.H.
_____________________

.PlAi1G 41 LlIJ W 111 U.4 FRKL 4164,
Plane Under Direction
Of R. J. Auburn
*:
A new soaring glider, being con-
structed by members of the Univer-
sity Glider Club, is being prepared
to compete in the National Intercol-
legiate Flying Club Meet to be held
June 22 at the Purdue University air-
port.
The plane is being constructed
under the direction of Robert J. Au-
burn '36E, former president of the
Glider Club, in the shops of the
{ East Engineering Building, from a
design drawn up by the Stevens Insti-
tute of Technology in New Jersey.
{ Designed particularly as a sailplane,
it will feature a 40-foot wing spread,
strongly tapered wings, a semi-en-
closed cockpit, and a well-stream-
lined fuselage.
JOHNNY FISCHER The new glider, as well as the
Franklin Utility, will be piloted by
membersof the club at the Inter-
Cooper Recalls collegiate Meet at Elmira, N. Y., June
29, an annual competition in which
AC versities Of the University Club has won honors
in prvious years.
A feature of the competition at
Elmira this year will be the appear-
pening5 ance of Stanley W. Smith, '34, who
won the national soaring champion-
(Continued from Page 1) ship in 1934, the year of his presi-
ranged by telegram. "He's going to dency of the Glider Club here. Smith
be very surprised when I arrive in will demonstrate a new Bowles-du-
Hollywood," Cooper said, "because on Pont utility glider at the meet.
sn iss At a meeting of the instructors this
changed that even my best friend week, Nelson N. Shapter, '36E, was
wolnd't know me. He'll probably named president for the coming year;
Reeve R. Hastings, '36E, secretary-
throw up his hands and say 'Who is treasurer; Marvin Michael, 'a6E, cor-
this fellow?' wen he sees me." responding secretary; and Robert J.
Cooper was quite impressed by Ann Auburn, council representative. Henry
Arbor, which reminds him very much Wightman and Floyd Sweet, both
of Cambridge. "There are several ,36E, were appointed to the main-
differences," he said, "between Ann tenance committee.
Arbor and an English university Two firsts and two second places
town. In the first place there seem were won by members of the Club
to be so many attractive girls in col- at a recent preliminary meet between
lege here, while in England, the col- glider pilots from Ohio, Indiana,
lege women are known as 'Blue Stock- Kentucky, and Michigan. Flying in
ings' and are very plain looking, al- the Club's Franklin Utility Glider,
though they are really very learned. Shapter came in first in the bomb-
Also, there is so much enthusiasm dropping and spot landing contests,
over education here, and everyone Wightman won second place in the
seems to be keen on going to college, spot landing competition, and David
while the English have a phlegmatic Mowrer won second in the endurance
attitude towards education and only contest.
go because their families wish it." The organization owns, in addition
In commenting on the American to the Franklin and the soaring plane
stage, Cooper said that judging from being constructed, two Waco primary
the plays which he saw in New York gliders, used chiefly for training pur-
this spring, he thought the leading poses.
roles were always exceptionally well The final meeting of the year will
done. "The criticism I would make be held tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. tomor-
of American plays is that on the whole row in Room 348 West Engineering
the minor parts are bad, and done Building. The meeting will feature
in a slovenly manner. Since it is a talk on the activities of the Club
impossible to keep the star on the in recent contests by Sweet, who
stage all the time, there is a bad let- 'won the national championship for
down when the secondary characters endurance and distance for gliders
have their scenes." in the utility class at Elmira last year,
and a resume of the work of the
organization over the past school
Hall, Thursday, May 23, to discuss year.
plans for next year.__ear.
ROOSEVELT TO GIVE DIPLOMAS
Glider Club: The final meeting of WASHINGTON, May 21.--West
year will be held on Thursday, May Point cadets graduating this year will
23, Room 348 W. Eng. Bldg.. 7:30 p.m. receive their diplomas from President
There will be short talks on soaring Roosevelt, the White House :an-
at Elmira and a report of the club's nounced today. Mr. Roosevelt will
activity during the year. All mem- attend the June 12 graduating ex-
bers please attend. ercises, accompanied by Secretary of
War George H. Dern.
Varsity Glee Club: Meeting Thurs-
day at the home of Professor Mat-
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Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Final
the year at 7:30 p.m. at
Room posted.

meeting of
the Union.

Sigma Delta Chi will hold an im-
portant business meeting for members
only at 4:30 p.m. in the Student Pub-
lications Building.
Sigma Rho Tau: Circle meetings
start at 7:30 p.m. The regular meet-
ing will be opened at 8:15 p.m. The
annual contests in story telling, hall
of fame, and project speeches will be
held this evening.
Varsity Band: Meet at Morris Hall
at 7:10 p.m. in unif.orm. Bring your
mackinaws.
National Student League meets at
7:30 in the vestry room of the Unitar-
ian Church. Serrill Gerber, who is
now on tour for the Second American
Youth Congress, will be guest speaker.
The public is invited.
Coming Events
Observatory Journal Club will meet
at 4:15 Thursday, in the Observa-
tory lecture room. Miss Helen Por-
ter will report on the Anomalous Ab-
sorption in Beta Lyrae. Tea will be
served at 4 p.m.
Applied Mechanics Colloquium: N.
E. Hetenyi from Budapest will speak
on "Design of a Self-Anchored
Suspension Bridge." Dr. F. L. Everett
will give a review of literature on
"Metals at High Temperatures."
Meeting in Room 445, West Engineer-
ing Bldg., Thursday, May 23, 7:30
p.m. All interested are cordially in-
vited to attend.

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