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NUN1AY, APRtW,1936 TlHE MICHIGAN DAILY
Accommodations Scarce As Summer Vacations Are P1

PAGE SEVEN
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Foreign Travel
Is Increasin,
Randall States
European Cruises Easily
Arranged By Combiningj
Several Lines
Orient Very Popular
Advice And Help of Agent
Useful In Preparation
For Vacation Trip

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Whole World Is Stage For Planning Of Summer Vacations
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-Courtesy Canadian-Pacific.
Ccontrontirg the United States of America is the vast political hegone~my that is Eurcpe: jumble of Fascism and Communism, monarchy and
democraviy, industry and agriculture - the old and the new. The map ofI thc world is the starting point for the college student's vacation plans.

tFordham University, each featuring
the Games as center point of the
tour, and ranging from 27 days for
$395, with all expenses including
tickets to sports events of the Games,
and ranging upward in both price and
time from that rate.
jAre even inor e attractive oilerTis
made by Olympic Thrift Tours, 226
E. 86th St., New York City. An east-
bound sailing on the lserengaria July
23, transportation to London, Holland,
Paris and Berlin, and return by any
boat of the Cunard White Star Fleet
can be had for $198 in Third Class
and $269 in Tourist Class.
Several of the travelling foreign
study groups also take time during
the summer to stop and see the
Games.

By CLINTON B. CONGER
Now is the time, your travel agent 1+r( 0
Transatlantie Lnd Of Midnight Sun Offers
will tell you, to lay plans for your .1,,
Summer Vacation travels, and take 71/1
his advice, for if you don't, you'll find ecord To Be Many Attractions lo Visitors
that the accommodations left for you
when the rush is over are neither Att-kjd S
convenientnorsatisfactory. csn A ttacked Soon Alaskan Cruise Follows Matanuska Valley settlement project,
A round-up on steamship offices in McKinley National Park, with the
Detroit and travel agents here has . Inside Passae Lane' For McKinley peak of 20,300 feet, Nome,
disclosed that on lines to the Orient Queeii Mary 1Out TOWin 2000MilT center of the '98 gold rush, Fair-
many boats are sold out completely, ale Trophy Ba For , - e rip banks, center of the placer mining
and many others have no first class . aren, Albert Bay with its Indian
facilities left, while the boats bound Britain From France Visit Alaska this summer by train area pler Bay with hna
totem poles, or Point Barrow with the
for Germany in time for the Olympic or boat - the land where winter and Eskimos.
Games, in spite of the huge increase That blue ribbon record from Cher- summer meet - the land of yester- For specialties, Alaska affords ex-
in numbers o special cruises and spe- bourg Breakwater to Ambrose Light- day, today, and tomorrow - the land cellent facilities for big game hunt-.
cial liners to Germany this summer ship is going to take an awful beat- of the midnight sun. ing. For a non-resident hunting li-
are also being rapidly sold out. ing in the near future I Cruise along 2000 miles of the "In- cense fee of $50, and with the proper
Foreign travel is definitely on the Not only is the huge Cunard White side Passage" from Seattle, Victoria, luck and marksmanship the Alaskan
upturn, according to Frederick S. Star "Queen Mary" entering the race or Vancouver to Skagway on the 60th vacationer can return with one moose,
Randall, travel agent in the Arcade, with a scheduled maximum of five parallel, and north down the Lewis one caribou, two mountain sheep,
with boats continually sailing with days for the run, but the "Norman- River from White Horse to its meeting two mountain goats, two large brown
capacity loads last year; this year, die," "Bremen," and other old record with the Yukon on the Arctic Circle. or grizzly bear. The prize trophy is
with business even heavier than last, holders have been preparing to stand Picturesque r i v e r boats, stern- of course the great Kodiak bear, and
many boats have been sold out al- off what challenge the big British wheelers, will carry you along the on small black bear there is no limit
ready, and the caces of getting ac- beat na-t mYakhe to their supremacy rapid Alaskan rivers, and ocean-going and no closed season.
commod .end on the speed On the "Queen Mar's" part, of liners will twist through inlets and For those who fish for sport, trout,
of applica on "them. curse, it will be a sporting propo- between islands in the Inside Passage, whitefish and grayling abound in the
The Daily Suggests: sition, the end being to show that While glaciers loom up on the shore swift streams, and the first Alaskan
Accordingly, The Daily is present- Britannia still rules the waves, beside the boat, while trappers or industry developed was that of the
ing today a felw suggestions for your The first round in the struggle to gold panners come to the trading salmon fisheries.
date has gone to the French Line's towns by dog-sled, on the boat deck Smaller game among the fur ani-
that latent urge to trot around the Normandie, which added enough by the passengers can take sun-baths or mals are the black, silver, grey, blue
toelp you etere ths me, lehs y way of superstructure and enclosed amuse themselves with deck games. and white foxes, marten, mink, otter,
to help you determine the lines you deck area to raise her cubic displace- Among the interesting points which wolverines, ermine, and beaver, of
ment, upon which tonnage is con- may be reached by the Alaska Rail- which there is a valuable and ever-
Of Europe, little can be said. The puted, above that of the Cuard road or Canadian Pacific are the lasting supply.
greater part of Europe and its at- boat, announced as the world's largest._
tractions are well known to the aver
age reader, and with the exception of Cunard replied to this with "Her Elevent hm ladoocusI
the facts that trends seem to be to- actual tonnage will not be known until
n Germany,she is finished in May and registered
ward greater exploration ofatLods lNedspamntt-Suer Trs O GermanyI
Scandinavia, and Soviet Russia, or to at Lloyd's. I Net displacement ton-
travels in the Orient, rather than to nage is estimated at 80,000. I At
the more touristicated countries of launching she weighed 37,000 tons, - -----
England, Italy, France, and Spain, no or 10,000 tons more than any ship The eleventh Olympiad, to be held i pool 65 feet long and 65 feet wide,'
comment is needed. ever launched:" in Berlin Aug. 1 to 16, is making the with a 33-foot diving tower, and a
All o the major nes have co North German-Llod's "Bremen Germancapital the focus of all sum- .econd pool 65 feet by 165 feet.
olidated their scheduls and divided was the first of the three to win the mer trips this year, with special Rowing events will take place at
the surface of the globe into four Hale trophy, awarded to the record cruises and other means of travel Grunau on the Spree River near
major sections' in such a way that holder to the North Atlantic crossing, planning to bring there a vast audi- Berlin, where grandstands will seat
once the vacationist has decided with a time of four days, 17 hours and ence for the Olympic Games. 20,000, and in Deutschland Hall, near
where he wants to go, with the help 42 minutes. Thus, in 1929, on the "Bre- From the opening ceremony Sat- the exhibition grounds and within
of an agent he may combine por- men's" maiden westbound crossing, urday, Aug 1, until the final riding Berlin, 15,000 spectators may watch
tions of a great many round-world took the blue ribbon from Cunard's exhibition Sunday, Aug. 16, in the competition in wrestling, weight-
or European tours in such a way as "Mauretania" and at the same time Olympic Stadium, the nations attend- lifting, and boxing. Nearby a special
to follow his chosen itinerary and still from Great Britain. ing the games will compete in 19 stadium is being erected for bicycle
get a flat cruise rate. On the return voyage the "Bremen" different fields of sport, many of races.
European tours from 30 days to dragged her own record down three them essentially American. At Wandsee, near Berlin, 150 stands
more than 60 days, and from about hours and 12 minutes for her fastest Among those are hockey, football, have been provided for competition
$275 on up, are available in throngs time to date, but a year later her polo, boxing, and basketball. The in pistol and small caliber rifle shoot-
from any one of a dozen dependable sister ship, the "Europa," arriving in Olympic Stadium pass admits to the , ing, and a small stadium near the
steamship lines, and can easily be New York on her maiden voyage, track events, running from Sunday, principal arena seats 7,000 spectators
tailored to the individual need. In 1 dropped the east-to-west crossing Aug 2 to Sunday, Aug. 9, for both for the polo games and other riding
almost every case cruise combinations 1 record to four days, 17 hours, and morning and afternoon sections, and exhibitions.
to suit your particular choice will six miriutes. for the remainder of the time, only Two yachting courses have been
bring great reductions by round-trip The Normandie also won the Hale during afternoon sessions of hand- laid out in Kiel Bay for Olympic com-
booking. Trophy on her maiden voyage, this ball, football, and polo. Admission to petion in two casses of the sport.
Orient Coming Favorite time on May 29 to June 3, 1935, with other events is sold separately. Nor is the interest of the Olympics
The Orient is apparently the com- a time of four days, three hours, 13 The great Stadium or German placed entirely on sports. The pro-
ing favorite for travels, because there minutes and 38 seconds, for the east Arena is the central point of the gram for the 1936 games includes
indeed a change in civilization is tak- to west crossing, and on the second Reich Sports Ground, 325 acre in competition for the works of living
ing place and the political scene as half of the maiden voyage beat the area, which lies on the,.West side of artists in architecture, painting, lit-
well as the economic and social situa- west to east crossing with a time of Lerlin. There are seats for 100,000 emature, sculpture, and music, with
tion offer fertile fields for observa- four days three hours and 25 minutes. spectators in two rings separated by exhibition of entries from July 15
tion. Cruises through China, Japan, I The Hale Trophy, officially the a wide circular colonade, with the to Aug. 16.
the South Sea Islands, and India are Harold Keates Hale Trophy for the supporting walls of the upper ring 48 The Olympic Games will further be
increasingly popular, and the steam- North Atlantic speed record, is a feet high and the lower ring dropping the occasion for the meeting in Ber-
ship lines have developed travel fa- three and a half foot edifice of solid to the level of the field, 42 feet below lin of many international sports con-
cilities to a degree where such a trip silver, onyx, gilt, and enamel repre- the normal ground level. ferences and numerous other con-
cannot help but be a delightful vaca- senting the globe upheld by figures Contained in the field are a regula- ventions.
tion. of Victory; Neptune, and Aphitrite, tion one-lap 400-meter track, two From the ancient scene of the
In South America travel is more with a figure of Speed overcoming starting runs for javelin-throwers, Olympic Games near Athens, -soon
interesting, more adventuresome than the Force of the Atlantic. A band six pits for the high jump, broad- will be brought the fire to light the
most other regions frequented by around the globe carries pictures in .ump, and other such events, and Olympic Flame in Berlin, by relays
tourists but the traveller must be enamel of former record-holders, en- grounds for shot and discus throwing. of more than 3,000 runners in its'
careful to have his trip carefully imrcled by a blue ribbon likewise of Also on the Reich Sports Grounds course through Greece, Bulgaria,
planned before setting out. Visas I enanel. is the double swimming pool, seating Yugoslovaia, Hungary, Austria and
must be secured, a multitude of cer- -18,000 spectators and providing one Czechoslovakia to Berlin.
tificates as to good character, typhoid Ii
vaccination. and other such topics 11P1 I C I A bA 1

Many Cruises
Are Available
ForOlympics
If you're going to the Olympic
Games in Germany this summer,
there's almost no arrangement you
can think of that hasn't been made
already as a. suggestion of one steam-
ship company or another. Short-
term excursipns allowing for barely
the period of the Games in Europe,
with immediate return, the Games
as the conclusion of longer European
or World cruises, or stop-over points
in the midst of planned continental
tours have been worked out by all
companies and agencies so as to af-
ford the Berlin-bound traveller almost
any combination he cares to make
of the Olympics and travel.
One of the lines has instituted
tours to be conducted by college
coaches such as Pat Hanley, now of
Boston University, Gus Dorais of the
University of Detroit, Noble Kizer of
Purdue, "Pop" Warner of Temple
University, and "Jimmy" Crowley of
S T E A IVS I~ P
TICKETS &RUSS
Your steamship passage to Europe, for thisacomng Spring &
Summer, ,Aould be reseroed now. Phone or come In. choo,
your ship d a smail deposit will guarantee the space. If you find
you caaaot go,.!-wit gladly arrange for a Transfer"rafull return
of deposit money. Alb details completed hers. without charge.
Per*o*l Se*'ce" on eer ooing, since 1917. P. 6412
KUEKLER TRAVEL BUREAU. 601 E. Huron St.. Ann Arbor

STUDENT
TREASURE TOUR
All-Expense Tour -June 26 to
Aug. 15 - $575.rVisiting Eng-
land, Holland, Germany, Switz-
erland, France and Italy. Please
write for circular. Personally
conducted by Clara S. Buchan-
an, M.A., 628 Delaware Avenue,
Detroit. Michigan.

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L NATIONAL STUDENT FEERA-ION
TRIPS FOR STUDENTS
EURPEand SOVIET RUSSIA - Summer 3611

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Europe and the Soviet Union
-leader. Joseph Cadden, Secretary,
NSFA. Nine countries including e&an-
dinavia and Russia; I.S.S. Conference
in Sweden. World Congress of Youlth
in Geneva. Nine weeks of travel. $562.

w - leader, Henry Shapiro, recent Har
t uestm in Europe yard Law School graduate and first
-a series of tris so arranged that you merican admitted to Soviet Bar. Seven
can make your own itinerary, spending
part of tile tinmeo your own If you wish. A eran tue non ou
European hospitality, recreation, sight A eaders Joseph P. Lash, National
seeing. 5354 to $636.Executive Secretary. American Student
0Union, and James Wechsler, Editor,
A 'l'our o' france "Student Advocate." Ten countries, In.
- an intimate and comprehensive view eluding two weeks In Soviet Russia;
of French life. Travel by motor. French International Socialist Student Congress
student hosts. Six -weoks of travel. $294. at Oxford. Nine weeks of travel. $450.
Abov'e rates include steamship passage
For circulars and other information address
ISFA TRAVEL SERVICE
8 WEST 40TH STREET NEW YORK

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Reduced Bus Fare!
TO TOLEDO
NowOnly. . .$1.35OneWY
Round Trip .................$2.45
All Short-Way Buses make direct connections at Toledo
with Greyhound Lines to Eastern and Southern cities.
Tickets and Information:
)MICHIGAN UNION Phone 4151 . or
BUS DEPOT, 116 W. Huron . Ph. 4209

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THE B ge~l TRAVEL
BARGAIN OF 1936

must be secured, and once on the trip,
a multitude of customs officials on
the closely-massed boundaries mustI
be passed successfully.
For these reasons. go to your travel
agent not. only for help in planning
your trip, but for advice in achieving
a successful journey. Only recently a
local professor got in trouble for pho-
tographing squalid conditions with
what seemed ulterior motives to the
authorities.
Bon voyage!

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