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FRIDAY, JULY, 20, 1928

THE SUMMER. MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE THREE'

FRIDAY, JULY. 20, 1928 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

SPECIAL TRAIN BAR WRECKED PLANE IN WHICH MEXICAN FLYER LOST LIFE
CARRANZA TO MEXICO'

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Father Of Good-Will Flyer And Four
American Army Officers
Accompany Body
IS GIVEN HONOR SALUTE
(By Associated Press)
ABOARD CARRANZA FUNERAL
TRAIN, July 19.-Across the country
to which he had come as a messenger
of good will, the broken body of Capt.
Emilio Carranza today was being
swiftly borne back to his native land.
In the rear car of the special fu-
neral train the shades are drawn.
The heavy scent of flowers fills the
air. Two soldiers stand at attention
at the head and foot of a bronze
casket draped with the flags of the
U'nited States and Mexico and con-
taining the body of Mexico's fallen
idol.
In the baggage car ahead is the
"cracked up" airplane in which a
month ago the flyer winged away
from Mexico City returning the good
will flight of Col. Lindbergh. The
fuselage is twisted, the motor a
shapeless molten thing. One wheel
lies nearby.
In the three remaining cars are
his father, Sebastian Carranza; a
nilitary guard of honor consisting of
four American army officers and 14
enlisted men; Col. Samuel Rojas
military attache of the Mexican army,
and three newspaper coirespondents.
Leaving New York at 4:50 Wed-<
nesday afternoon, the special train;
sped through the New Jersey coun-
tryside where a week ago tonight
the wings of Mexico's "Lone Eagle"
failed him and he fell to his death.
As the train rolled slowly through
Trenton, cannon boomed a 13-gun
salute, an honor usually paid only to
a major general. Thousands lined
the tracks there to watch the special
slide slowly past as they did at all
other cities along the way.
The father of the Mexican air hero
was profundly moved by the tribute
being shown his dead son.
"Iffy son's death, I believe, has ac-
complished more than formal diplo-
macy could," he said. "What the
American government and people
have don in showing true sympathy
and understanding between two na-
tions is something which Mexico can-
not understand."
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Picture shows what remained of Capt. Emilio Carranza's plane 'after it plunged with him to hi's death in
a secluded section of New Jersey taf ter his take-off on an attempted Ne w York to Mexico City non stop flight.

GOLF INSTRUCTION!
GIVEN TO WOMEN
Fifty-three women students are re-
ceiving golf instruction at the Uni-
ver'sity Golf course this summer, and
according to Miss Ethel McCormack,
golf instructor, the class as a. whole
is doing excellent work.
The attendance at these classes hasI
been good, considering the weather,I
and the fact that the women are ex-

pected to report five afternoons a1
week. Only a few of the women en-
rolled are taking up the sport for
credit, and the majority are merely
taking advantage of the opportunity
to get golf instruction at such a small
expense.
"The women have done unusually
rrie work during the entire season.
are showing even better results than
students show during the regular aca-
demic year. This is probably due to
the tact that they practice every day,
for two hours and not just two orC

three
don't
learn

days a week. This way they
have time to forget what they
or to get out of practice."

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