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VOL. X, No. 8. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1929 PRICE FIVE CENTS

HOBBS A0 OCAi Frank Hawks Makes Record
H U0 ADVOCAUTE FrankRound Trip Across Country

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L FDedn Edward H. Kraus and Mrs.
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ANN ABOR TENNIS
T0flHUR TO nOrM

GREENAND ROUTE
[OR EUROPEAN HOP
ADVICE TO CRAMER BASED
ON OBSERVATIONS MADE
AT MOUNT EVANS
MAKE BERLIN DESTINATION
Hop over Northern Area to Allow
for Refue'.ling Stops; Very
Little Open Sea
"The route to Europe which the
'Untin Bowler is to take is the only
practical one," was the comment of
Prof. William H. Hobbs, head of the
University geology department and
director of the University of Michi-
gan Greenland expedition, in an in-
terview yesterday afternoon. "It
is a route which I have repeatedly
advised."
Profesor Hobbs, who for the last
five years has been in charge of
the University meteorological sta-
tion at Mount Evans, Greenland,
has been in close contact with
Parker Cramer and the projected
flight which he, Bob Gast, and Rob-
ert Wood, aviation editor of the
Chicago Daily Tribune, are to make
to Europe. Leaving Chicago, they
expect to fly to Berlin and back
by way of Canada, Baffin Bay,
Greenland, and Iceland. The pur-
pose of the flight is to discover
whether the route is practicable
for commercial and passenger
usage.
Follow Hobbs' Route
Professor Hobbs was one of the
first men to advise this route for
such uses, as he considers it far
more safe than the more direct one
across the Atlantic. To quote from
an article which was printed in
Leningrad last summer, subsequent
to an address which he delivered
to the International society for
Aircraft Discovery in the Arctic.
"For summer flying if certain
conditions can be met, Chicago bids
fair to become the center for trans-
atlantic aviation, and the most
promising route will be in the
neighborhod of a great circle to
northern Europe. After traversing
British America to Hudson strait,
this line crosses Baffin Bay and
southern Greenland and hits the
northern tip of Iceland, it contines
to Trondhjem, Oslo, and Lenin-
grad.
Air Currents Usable
In suggesting this route and in
advising the 'Untin Bowler to test
it for its practible significance, he
gave as his reasons the observa-
tions made at, Mount Evans dur-
ing the summer of 1927. The whole
of Greenland as seen from the air
is like a huge dome sloping down-
ward toward the ocean. Above this
is an outfiowing surface air layer
which extends upward about 1000
metres, where it is replaced by in-
:flowing winds from westerly quad-
rants. On the eastward flight,
therefore, the pilot has only to
rise about 3000 metreshto have the
wind in his favor, and aftertcross-
ing to the eastward slope to de-
scend into the lower outfiowing,
and, here, eastwardly directed air-
current. On the westward flight
the conditions are the same except
that they are reversed in direction
and are met by the same procedure.

Many Landing Points
"Undoubtedly this northern route
is especially to be recommended
for sea-planes or amphibians, since,
not only could the transit across!
Canada be interrupted for refuel-
ing but lakes, bays, and fjords are
available, not only throughout
Canada and over the western land
ribbon of Greenland, but Iceland
has numerous excellent landing
places for sea-planes on both north-
ern and southern coasts.
In the proposed route of the
Untin Bowler, the longest hop is
about 800 miles as compared with
the 3000 miles which is necessary
for the direct Atlantic flight. Of
the entire -course, the longest

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Map shows how Captain Frank
Hawks, in a solo flight made a
round trip from New York to Los
Angeles in less than 37 hours fly-
ing time. Captain Hawks had plan-
ned to stop in the Pacific coast city
SECONDPROGRHAM
Mabel Rhead, Kathryn Gutekunst,
and Louise Nelson Scheduled
on Faculty Concert
CHOPIN GROUP SELECTED
Three artists will be featured in
the second program in the series
of concerts provided during the
Summer Session by the University
School of Music which will be given
at 8:15 o'clock tonight in Hill audi-
torium. I
Those participating in the pro-
gram are Mrs. Mabel Ross Rhead,1
pianist, Mrs. Kathryn Strong Gute-
kunst, contralto, and Miss Louise;
Nelson, pianist, who will play the
accompaniments for Mrs. Gute-
kunst's numbers.

only long enough to refuel, but it
was necessary to make a few minor1
repairs on the plane, detaining him
about seven hours. The total
elapsed time was 44. hours, eight
minutes.
PLAN ECRSO
Trip to Include New Fisher Building
General Motors Building and
Public Library

~VMBED C"VRT
WIN OF TILDEN OVER LANDRY
OFFSET BY LOSS OF
GEORGE LOTT
TILDEN MEETS' COCIIET
Lott's Loss to Borota Severe
Shock to U. S. Hopes for
English Laurels
(By Associated Press)
WIMBLEDON, England, July 1.-
Bill Tilden fought his way to the
semi-finals of the Wimbledon ten-
nis tournament today, but a
younger American, George Lott,
fell victim to a tricolor racquet.
In an even break for the French
and American forces, Jean Borotra,
the ageing but still agile "bounding
Basque," eliminated Lott in the
quarter final matches by scores of
6-3, 6-3, 6-4, shortly after Tilden

Kaus and Miss Grace Richards I U 1VI1L I IU IL11
are the guests in whose honor a tea
will be given from 4 to 6 o'clock
League building. This is the first I!MUM ER ATHLEIcS
time since the opening of the build-
ing that the garden has been used. REGISTRATION TO CONTINUE
This is the first of a series of FOR ALL ENTRANTS UNTIL
such teas to be given by the League NOON TODAY
this summer. They were formerly
held in Barbour gymnasium and MOE TO PRESENT PRIZES
then in the Women's Athletic build-
ing, but with the completion of the Choice of Tennis Racquets Is Prize
new League building, they will for Singles Champion; Dozen
probably continue to be given there Balls to Doubles Winner
from now on.(I
Michigan's Summer Session ath-.
letic program will get away to a
flying start tomorrow afternoon
when the annual Ann Arbor tennis
tournament will see its first play.
The tourney sponsored by George
REPE TOR GR~ P JMoe, State street sporting goods
merchant, and the Ann Arbor Daily
News, is a city-wide competition
open to all except those who have
Has Been Associated with Carnegie won the varsity M in tennis.
Institute of Technology Drama Registration in both the singles
School at Pittsburgh and the doubles will close tomorrow
inoon. No entrapce fee will be

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i TOVIST RAIO TUDI fladt defeated Pierre Landry, one of I FAMOUS AS DIRECTOR charged. Those wishing to enter
TO VISIT RADIO STUDIO the lesser lights of France, 6-4, 2-
6-3, 7-5. The current battle with of the Moe sport shops on State
Features of the third excursion the French is just beginning for With Play Production's presenta- street.
for students of the, Summer Ses- Tilden if he defeats his old rival tion's of "Escape" by John Gals- Pairings will be announced at 1
sion are a visit to the plant of the Henri Cochet in the semi-final duel worthy, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri- o'clock tomorrow afternoon. jAll
Detroit News, including the WWJ tentatively set for Wednesday. day and Saturday evenings of this first round matches will be expected
broadcasting station, the General With Cochet favored over Tilden, week at the Lydia Mendelssohn to be played off, by next Monday
Motors and Fisher buildings, and and Borotra the logical choice over theater, Prof. Chester M. Wallace As a prize to the winner in the sin-
the Detroit Public library and In- H. "Bunny" Austin, the youthful has been associated with the Car- gles competition the Daily News
stitute of Arts. Englishman who won the other negie Institute of Technology dra- will offer the champion the choice
All departments of the News, a berth among the last surviving ma school in Pittsburgh. - of any tennis racquet in the Moe
truly metropolitan newspaper, will corps, the advance dope points to ' The Galsworthy play which is shops. A dozen tennis balls will
be misitedrincluingntecpaporsian all-French final in the men's the second of the seven plays which go as the prize to each of the mem-
be visited, including the comos singles, while in the women's di- Play Production is to present to the hers of the winning doubles team.
rooms, press rooms, photography vision it begins to look as if two campus this summer was chosen by This award will be presented by
and art departments, filing and re- Americans might meet for the o- o George J. Moe.
cord department, and the News' championship-the famous Helens 1 CORRECTION In speaking of the tournament,

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Mrs. Rhead is a member of the broadcasting studio. of the United States, Miss Wills, ladr ygo
faculty of the School of Music and According to present plans, the the champion, and Miss Jacobs, The Daily wishes to correct organized a tennis tournament
has won great distinction as a con- News will be visited in the morn- who came through to the semi- a statement made in Sunday's among the summer students of the
cert player. She has given many ing. Having had luncheon in te finals in impressive style today. A issue. Instead of a Friday aft- 'University. Such keen interest was
recitals throughout the country, cafeteria of the General Motors third Californian, Mrs. May Sutton t'ernoon matinee by the Mich- shown that we decided to repeat
and has appeared as soloist with building, the party will then in- Bundy, also is still in the running. igan Repertory Players, the (;the affair the following summer.
several of the leading orchestras. s ect the new Fisher building, re- Mrs. Bundy, who held the title 24 play will be produced at 8:15 E This time in an attempt to find
Tonight she will contribute two lpted to be th , years ago, and Miss Joan Ridley of in the evening of that day. tj the champion of Ann Arbor, we
r pu cture. worlds finest of- England meet tomorrow in the only ! have. invited the University faculty
groups. Gflice structure.'quarter final match yet to be Professor Wallace as the first n members, as well as the towns-
dent.oftheodorsHrison boret- Ainefinplayed.hePuli
Sof Theodore Harrison, both in A brief spection of the Public ayedwhich he would direct in order that people of Ann Arbor, to participate.
Ann Arbor and in Chicago. She;library will then be made. This Miss Wills won without great he might have a week to familiar Of a necessity this will not include
has made a fine record as a singer building is acclaimed to be one of difficulty today from Miss "Bobby" ize himself with his new stage sur- 'varsity lettermen.
and her artistry is always attrac- he finest examples of Italian re- Heine of South Africa, 6-2 and 6-4, roundings and actors. The distinc- i We have set July 3 as the clos-
tive. Miss Nelson, who will play naissance in existence. The group although her opponent led in games tion of the play and the long and ng date for entries for two rea-
her accompaniments is also a mem- will then proceed to the Institute in the second set for a brief mo- splendid experience of the director sons, in the first place, summer stu-
ber of the School of Music faculty. of Arts, directly across the street aent. Even more easily Missg Ja- herald this presentati-n a a sig-Idets l have plenty of time to
The program is as follows: Etudes from the library, where they will cobs advanced to the tune of 6-1, nificant event in the history of Un- finish cut the tournament; then,
The programpnseof risC.as vefollows:t.c Etudeso Wa- too, many players will wih to play
Symphonique en form de Variations be shown through the various rooms 6-0, at the expense of Mrs. C. G.tc iversity dramnatic. Professor Wal- the ma thes over the holi-
McQuillhan, English woman, who lace hs been both actor and di- ei a esoe teh.
opus 13-Schumann, by Mrs. with their exhibits arranged chron- ccllhn nls oawol~c osbe ohatradd-'ays."
i-cieu-mibenn, Ay r. Vuc- thoicry xh srangcountries. hen stilled Senorita Elia De Alvarez of iector of considerable standing on
Rhead; Sotto it ciel--Sibella, A Vue- ologically and by countries The San nln andoeo h
Spain. England gained one of the the proessional stage.
cella-Tosti, Aria, 'O Mio Fernando' guide, a member of the staff, will semi-final berths when Miss Elsie This is not the firt tim SCHINZ TO TALK
from =La Favorita-Donizetti, sungThis istht hheifis tme that
fbyom MLa. F tan Do ne, ug g lecture on the exhibits. Goldsack downed Miss Ruth Tap- Professo:: Wallace has been in Ann ON FRENCH
by Mrs. Gutekunst; Noctourne Opus Persons desiring to go on the ex- sott, South Africa, 6-2 and 6-3. Arbor and been associated withFNOVEL
15aN.l , reue Opus 57,h apind i cursion are asked to leave thei There were plenty of fireworks Play Production. Last March he I
Ballade Opus 47, all by Chopin will J Speaking on the subject of the
be given by Mrs. Rhead as her sec- names at Room 9, University Hall, in the Tilden-Landry match before visited here as one of the judges "Contemporary Novel in France,"
ond group. . before 6:00 o'clock Friday night. Big Bill, who last year was carried with Miss Jessie Bonstelle, of the P-of. Albert Scinz, of the Univer
Mrs. Gutekunst will conclude the The group will leave from the cor- to five sets by the same player, Detroit Civic theater, and Prof. Eity of Pennsylvania and visiting
program with Through the Silent ner of State and Packard streets finally won this match in four. The Daniel Quirk of Ypsilanti, of the professor of French in the Univer-
igrawithmanhnough-tYeuSin t : ' k urd mrn Frenchman was within a point of original one-act play contest of sity this summer, will lecture in
INight-Rachmaninoff; You in aI at 8:00 oclock Saturday mlorning.,Tdeby54ad0lobuBiVlnteB.WddrcorfPa'
p I Tilden by 5-4 and 40 love, but Big Valentine B. Windt, director of Play French at 5 o'clock this afternoon
Gondola-Clarke; Now Like a Lan- The total cost of the trip will be' Bill recovered, deuced the score, Production, who is this summer act- in Natural Science auditorium.
tern-Kramer; and My Love Is a under $3.00. Those wishing to re- won the game and carried the next ing as assistant to Professo: Wal- Professor Schinz is one of the out-
Muleteer-Ditwo for Ithain in Dndomtamay.doaso
~- m-two for the set and match, lace. standing teachers in this country
League Room Opens 'Rapid Erosion Of Canadian Falls and also a noted scholar in the
sells TO Discuss field of Rousseau. He has just pub-
For Bridge Playing Will Soon Detroy Beauty-Rowe Student Activities lished an exhaustive work on "La
Pensee de Rousseau."
Facilities were opened last night "Of a comparatively youthful- age of the present day. The rock strata "University Direction of Student The lecturer was head of'the de-
for the first time for those who when considered in the light of ge- of the Horseshoe Falls is of suchi"s partment of romance languages at
for the first time for ~~~Activities" is the subj ect on which rnhcolgfomayersad
care for bridge, to play in the Con- ological history, Niagara Falls in a nature that erosion occurs bymith college for many years, and
course of the League building. All its prersent state of awe-inspiring what is known as undercutting. On Dean Agnes E Wells of Indiana was only recently called to the
members and fiends are welcome it pes sratgho ae-sring the surface there is a stratum of university will speak at the Guid- chair of French literature by the
mebr(n rensaewloebeauty has brought pleasure to mil- hard limestone, while the support-vernceyConferenceltonbe.heldhin
to use the Concourse for bridge par- hadhetnwietespport- ance Conference to be held in the Uiest fPnslai.H a
tose he Cnc fr idear-lions. But unless something is done ing structure is of softer material University High School auditorium also taught at the University of
ties every night after dinner. to arrest the rapid erosion of the easily eroded by the tons of water , . Chicago and at the University of
The charge will be 25 cents a Horseshoe Falls, much of its scenic pounding against it. Therefore at 4 o loc this afternoon. This alifornia.
table. Guests may either bring their beauty will have disappeared with- when the support has been washed cone of a series of educational Professor Schinz is g
own cards or rent those provided by in the span of a few hundred away the weakened upper stratum eren s we thed si extend- courses in the Summer School, one
the League. The closing hour will years," stated Prof. Jesse Rowe of cracks o, and the gorge, advances einons a week, the series extend- on the literature of the middle
be 11 o'clock. the geology department of the Un- a little further towards its ultimate hg over a period of five weeks ages and one on Victor Hugo.
The Fountain room is also open iversity of Montana in his lecture goal, Lake Erie. Phases of present-day problems All students who understand
until this hour and hostesses may yesterday afternoon in Natural Sci- i education will be discussed by Fench at all will derive much ben-
until thishour and hostessesrma- ience auditorium. c Professor Rowe went into detail specialists and supplemented by in- efit from listening to this lecture
avail themselves of this opportun- ec uioim concerning the various steps in the formal group discusions. ujcsbcueo teeclecIfPo
ity to provide refreshments for their According to glgst' estimatedeepmn fhegre A-omagrusuins. Subjects because of the excellence of Pro-
itg opoieuersmnsfoehi codigt elgsts'stmae, development of the gorge. Al- for the series include vocational fso cizsdlvr n h n
guests. the erosion of the Horseshoe Falls, though the Niagara gorge is sup- guidance, elementary education, ad- fessor Schinz's delivery and the in-
which amounts to approximately 5 posed to be only 20,000 years old, midsat, olee enranea teresting character of the subject.
EDMONSON GIVES DINNER' feet per year in comparison with some of the rock strata in the river primary education, and secondary-
but 3 inches per year for the Amer- bed dates back 150,000,000 years. At ueducation. There is no formal en- BASEBALL SCORES
Dean Edmonson gave a banquet ican Falls, will develop a gorge cut- different stages in the history of rollment and all sessions are free.
Saturday night at the Huron Hills ting back around Goat Island un- the gorge the volume of water flow-' Dean Wells was Social Director {by Associated Press)
golf club in honor of the visiting til all the water now flowing over ing through it has varied consider- of the Helen Newberry residence! American League
summer school faculty. Among the American Falls will be diverted ably due to the appearance and here from 1916 to 1918 and was New York 3, Boston 2.
these 75 attending were Dean back intd the main channel. Thus disappearance of other outlets of acting dean of women the latter Washington-Philadelphia, rain.
emeritus Whitney and Mrs. Whit- visitors a thousand years hence will the Great Lakes region, and this near. From Miehi Tnhen Wll National Leaue

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