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WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1930

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Heads Cult Probe

Strul1tyle Looms Student Constructs $550 Glier; DIYOFCA
For Repuhliean Has 2- Way Radio, New Ciontrols- BULLETrIN
C h i m n h p Ship Able To Soar' Longaer; '1urg pilot, instruments, parachute, _ v Continued from Page 4)
Can Make 'Very Fh~t'and radio. It has a welded steel tub- Z: h t e tMs esoe'
De.ae se oFih ldn nl ng construction and but one wheel
Snell; Lowdeni Suggestedl_____n which the ship runs wvheni landing.hoen TusayMy28fom30
Whlin it nearly stops it fatlls oni one to 5:"0 pm. Transportation will be
For Position A yellow dand black jlider with a ,,f tlee kids on either wu.TI 5 (ov- piOVidC'd at the south entraonce of'-
two"-way radio set and a fnew type fl;l li tpai tea :0pm l o
of icy tik"inlue i is qup ,. teLeague a :01. .Alxea-
VVA,4llGTIitTON, May 26;.- (1?)- The ~~a"icue i t 'llinh nia ke a Ilyjir_ :",ee I Jof 0m Lc mpehspets e.a hi
men thas been built, by Robert J. Ali- ( an~i. i~t p0: and lti( le, re et a ~a
pob'.ibilit~y of a conte t: over the perm- '6h, r)i the University shops trouatinbe
anent chairmanship of the Republi- 4vi h Ithe assist ance of several mern- Auiburni, who spent the whole of
can onvntin aose oda wih t hes o tlr GlderClub Iai; .urmerand whate ver time he
carovin arostda wih hebes ofte lipralu.e from his studies since l an :as State ({lleli;e Alumni, with]
delegates being called upon to Rebel The radio, by means of which the 1(). 3l wpr igo
against the organiza tion candidate-- .pilot is enabled to communicate xith Apitrrtsta mater35,aorkin.onhe glider.Pshim 1 I ir Mr r ll as spe-Ater, xwill hold
he ground and to receive instructions reiunion thatithegmaterialscost hi
Rclrt~enttiv Snll f Nw Yrk. and weaiIrer reports, has been tested" :'0 He hopes to 4unLF iertebeI.Lcs xctv ie-rtoa n neeeitin 1meeunion, nMhg, an Lagup Stm.
RobrtH. uc s excuiv diec Iat the Ann Arbor Airport and has ztoa an ite(lC-at f~1 (ayJue6at6pm
tor at party headquarters here in the I been found to he very successful. and says that the shrip is defiujitely
not for sale. IiH(5l!il0 I Race, at tended the meet.
Hoover adrniinistratt on, circutlarized l fn,1 tI ad of being built vt ticadly It was First flower be (c i e 0,060;s~o ci1i it h Aiu
We convention personnel for the elee- !from the floor in the tcllventOH.tiim ldelighted withithelA ir
t-o ofFmr venrFrank manner, Itle new control L~asses unider ' tte;t~torit the B aloslsom Iit(Lthat, he desired to fly it , Au-
[.owdo of Illinois.~ the pilot's arm like a sailboat tiller. hd tletn u] wvc
L~owder of Illnois.hi-ns illflC 'a tionl inacs 1 )o . rliiti- wher e N(-lson chapter, Re eve ;01-i11 said, hbul. was forced to forego
'The presiding post, due lo the air- ci eas ed seat ig comnfort in the Fl~erITastngs, and Floryd S weet, all '36ER, his wish beca use of lack of time.
thor-ity for making decisions that goes Tie glider, which is 20 fee~t-,lon o malde fihsi.h cu' tlt
with it, is excelled by nonie inim u- has a wriigsrread of 46 feet, wh gic~
potrtca.ce at the convention. ,iakcs p~cs ible a glidling angle of 18.1, Col. Art Goebel, winne r of the Dole
Sntell said he had not seen the Lucasj known as "'very flat,'' and enables the
letter and so would not comment to- pilot to soar long;er, the problem iin
nigh -t., gliding being to find upcurrents of: TY'PEWRITI NG
Forecas,ing a sprit party unless the air' while losinri a rnuniniuni of alti- and
tank and file "take this convention 'tudhe. MI(MEO GRA PHING , *s: . .
into their own hands," Lucafy especial- The ship, when ready for flight, has"e "s o '
ty attLacked Charles D. IHiller, rna- a fgross weighlt of 500 1poundls, includ- Promptly and neatly (lone by
iornal cormr-i tteerman from New York -" -- -- - experienced operators1 at 1110(1- De ii IC~'n&Wleril,

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DON'T PUT IT OFF
ANY LONGER!
0 Argrange for a sit-
ti n,; before you leave
school.
Let us show you our
high key photographs
which ha ve endIurinlg
STUDIO
3 32 SOUTH STATE
DIAL 5 031

- 4s~riat(1Press Photo.
Ccniionc r Osear A. Olandei
(abavc) (if the Michigan State Po-
lice is head.4ing the investigation
into activit.ies of thic Black Legion,
scercc t soviety helt] resp onsible for
'the slaying of Charles A. Prnule,
SW PA worwker

- for over a generation,
C ~"It will not be difficult next'
C~et i Tr oi u r em nt , ie si , t ee B s Iilsdirecting the procedure from his
K ileI n. llWindsIor chair behind the chairman, if his se-
lection for- a permanent chairman is
DETROIT, May 26. - (/t) .-- Ted Iii- accepted by the delegates."
saga, a hoodlum identified as the
man wn hof o ivvsof W.rti111vi1r1

Rf S[ Ii VIlON S
Any Steamer or Advertised
t COMPl.ETED FREE a *k
frrEUROPE
BERMU.DA, CALIFORNIA, CHINA, ETC. BOOK NOW~
kxpers Ad1c. LUcensed Since. 91. Ref.erene-Any Local Beakl
KUEBLER TRAVEL BUREAU ANN Alt SR

spec'i allty ftor twet t-eight years.
:314 South State Street

READ THE WANT ADS

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manwnoDer, nrseaLieny ' I 111a
hospital over the head with a shot

gun in an apparent attempt to free
a prisoner-patient, was held tonight
at Windsor.
Armed with loaded revolvers, Bisaga
ah~d Cecil Franklin, a Detroit p~olice
character, were arrested in Windsor
in a rooming house directly across
the street from police headquarters
upon a tip from Arthur T. Scott, a
Canadian immigration inspector who
recognized Bisaga on the street.

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Principles of Geolod9y
History of England
American Goyernment
Unite Staes to1865
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History of Education
Statistical Methods
First Year College Chemistry
Outlines of Shakespeare's Plays
History of Europe, 1500-1848
History of Europe. 1815.1935
Educational Psychology
History of the Middle Ages
History of the World Since 1914
Ancient, Medieval & Modern History
General Psychology
General Forestry
General Biology
History of English Literature (to Dryden)
First Year College Physics

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