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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAIL"k

TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1929

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Union membership cards can be CAPTAIN HAWKS LE
ODE~iCsecured at the side desk in the Un-
UNION ORTAL and tomorrow. Treasurer's receipts
U RU i ion L obbye from2 to 5 o'clock toda COUNTRY FL!
TO SUMMERSTT ur'p must be shown. These cards en- METROPOLITAN AIRPORT, Los
title summer students to all the Angeles, June 24.-Capt. FrankF
privileges of the Union including Hawks took off here at 1 a. in.
Regular Session Privileges Will Be the swimming pool, library, and re- today for New York City, where
Granted To Summer School creation rooms. he proposes to start a one-stop
Union Members round trip flight from New York
In accordance with its regular to Los Angeles and return, begin-
Iwinter policy, the Student Chris- ning at 4 a. m. Wednesday, Eastern
S. C. A. ANNOUNCES PLANS tian Association with headquarters daylight time.
located in Lane Hall, will be open Hawks was accompanied in his
The University of Michigan Un- to all students who wish to avail Lockheed Vega monoplane by
ion will be open as usual this sum- themselves of its opportunities. The Peter Clausen, mechanic, who wili
mer and will afford all recreations reading room will be open during ; condition the plane before i's re-I
and amusements that it gives to the day and evening, and Lane Hall 'tern trip. Hawks took 340 galtons
the students of the regular session Tavern, the cafeteria located in the of gasoline, sufficient, he believed,
of the University. basement, will be open at all meal -
The swimming pool will be open hours.
to all men students of the Univer- The Association plans to hold
sity, the only requirement being a two Sunday evening convocations, I
Union card and a payment of 10 at which all students on the cam- This
cents for the use of towels andi pus will be invited to attend. A
locker space. The billiard and pool number of Forums, or open discus-Wek
room will be open to all the men sion groups are in the process of
of the vaiious colleges on the cam- formation, which will have their'
pus. The Tap Room will be open meeting place in the auditorium of
to all men, all meals being obtain- Lane Hall. There is also a possi-
able there. A soda fountain is op- bility that a Student Christian As
erated in connection with the Tap sociation Cabinet will be fo:med
Room. The main dining room will
be open this summer and women with the same functions that or-
will be allowed to eat there if they ganization has during the regular
wish. session of the University.
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AVYES FOR EAST TO START CROSS
GHT; HOPES TO SHATTER RECORD MARK'

to carry him to Parks Field, East of 24 hours, 51 minutes, made last,
St. Louis, Ill., where he hoped to February by the late Capt. C. B.
a:rive by 2 p. m., Central Stand- D. Collyer and the late Harry Tuck-
ard time, today. er of Los Angeles.

COLLEGE ZIONISTS
TO CONVENE HERE
Michigan will play host to the
annual convention of Avukah, col-
legiate Zionist organization, Thurs-
day, Friday, and Saturday of this
week. Local chapters in the East
and Midwest are sending delegates
to the conference, which will make
its headquarters at the Hillel Foun-
dation and will hold sessions in

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He planned to refuel the plane'
there and continue the journey'
eastward, landing as near New
York as possible before nightfall.
He would complete the trip to,
Roosevelt Field early Tuesday, he
said.
Capt. Hawks expects to take off
from New York Wednesday with
600 gallons of gasoline, in the hope
of breaking the east-west record

Here he plans to have his plane
refueled and the motor checked
over in less than two hours for the
return trip to New York. The pilot

said he hoped to make the west- Lane hall.
ward hop in 18 hours, and the re- president Clarence Cook Little of
turn flight in 14 to 16 hours. the University has appointed Prof.
In New York, Hawks will have a William H. Worrell of the Semitics
radio receiving set installed in his department to deliver the official
plane, so that he may receive welcome of the University to the
weather reports en route. convention.

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