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WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE THREE'

WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1928 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THRID~

CROWDER HELPS
FORTYTIVESTUDENTS T C
RETURN FROM NIAGARA i~

PADDOCK EXONERATED
BY A. A: U: COMMITTEE

SPOOS WORE
M(WFFTT To COA( H BATTLE I A ULT BREAKS RECORD

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iition of Missouri, according to an
announcement made by Z. G. Cleven-
;er, director of athletics.
Washington, Pennsylvania, and
Pittsbur-gh a.re other intersectionaa
contests scheduled for the Hoosiers.

Professor Hussey Declares That Trip
To Niagara Falls District Was
Very Successful
MAKE TRIP ALONG GOR6E
Forty-five students returned here
yesterday from the excursion to
Niagara Falls. The party arrived in
Ann Arbor about noon in a special
car boarded in Detroit. The trip was
made under the guidance of Prof. R.
C. Hussey of the Geology department,
who gave those that accompanied him
many geologic facts about the falls
and their formation.
"The trip was a success in every
way," said Professor Hussey yester-
day afternoon. "Everyone seemed to
enjoy himself, and there were no
storms or accidents of any kind to
mar the proceedings. We journeyed
from Detroit to the Falls by the steam-
er and by train from Buffalo. The
first day was spent in making a trip
along the gorge, passing along the
Canadian side and then back to the
American side. Several stops were
made along the route for viewing and
investigating things at first hand."
"That night we saw the ja1ls illum-
inated by batteries of many colored
lights. The American Falls were es-
pecially beautiful when lighted up in
this way. The next day several spe-
cial trips were made. Some of us
went to the Cave of the Winds that
is almost under the falls; others took
the ride on the little steamer, Maid
of the Mist. All but about ten of
those on the trip also took the ride
over the Giant Whirlpool in the little
car suspended from a cable stretched
over it," reported Professor Hussey.
The party left Niagara about six
o'clock in the evening, reaching De-
troit at nine the next morning. This
excursion is an annual affair offered
every year to students in the summer
session, and it was taken this year by
an unusually large number.
The Philharmonic Symphony orch-
estra will next fall perform George
Gershwin's new rhapsody, "An Am
erican- in Paris." The work is said
to describe a series of impressions
indicated by its title. "A young Am-
erican walks about Paris, sees this
and that, hears a bit of French Music,
follows a girl, leaves gher, is overcome
by nostalgic blues."
MILLINE RY
SPECIAL

NEW YORK, July 10- The rocky
path of Charley Paddock's third bid
for Olympic sprint honors has Veen
cleared of its last obstacle.
Exonerated by the registration com-
mi i ele of the amateur athletic union
of professionalism, he will sail for
Amsterdam with the rest of the Amer-
ican team on the steamer Roosevelt.
Paddock's vindication came after he
had conferred with Daniel Ferris, se-
cretary treasurer of the A. A. U. and
Robert S. Weaver, president of the
Southern Pacific association of the A.
A. U., explaining in detail, just how
his motion picture tour was arranged.
The sprinter reiterated that he had
received remuneration neither for his
work in the film itself nor for his per-
sonal appearance in theaters showing
it. He supported this assertion with
affidavits signed by Franklin M. Bald-
win, theatrical producer, and Nicho-
las Schenck, an exhibitor of the film.
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Fred Moffett, a graduate of the four-
year course in physical education in
the University, has signed a contract
as head baseball coach and line coach
in football at the Battle Creek high
school for next season.
Moffett has been a member of the
reserve football and baseball squads
at Michigan for the past two sea-
sons. He was one of the hurlers that
made the spring training trip through
the South this spring.I

Garnet Ault, University of Michigan
- c immer, broke the Canadian male
swimming record in the Olympic tri-
als at Toronto, Ont., recently. He also.
won the 440 yard free style event in
the record time of 5:20 and 4-5 sec-
onds.
INDIANA COMIPLETES SCHEDULE
BLOOMINGTON, July \10- Four
non.-conference inter-sectional games
appear on Indiana university's 1928-
29 basketball card with the recent ad-

SET DATE FOR STATE OPEN ,
DETROIT, July 10-The Michigan
open golf tournament will be played
at Indianwood. August 6 and 7, after
h vin boon clarged twice during the
Past month.
There, is a possibility that Walter
Hageii, British open champion, Archie
Compston, Britain's leading pro, and
Aubrey Boomer, French golf ace, will
play in tha Michigan openthis year.
Ants can swim, using their six
legs like a six-oared boat.

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