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.930 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THRM

GEHLBACHREAN
IN. LEAD AS *DERBI
FLIG'HT CONTINUES
Little Rod Flyer Has Two-hour
Margin as Planes Leave
on Arizona Lap.
FORCE INCREASED TO 13
Holladay, Delayed by Smashup
at New York, Rejoins
Group in Texas.

(By Associated Press)
SAN ANGELO, Tex., July 26. -
With Lieut. Lee Gehlbach of Litt
Rock leading the flight by nearl;
two hours over his closest rival, 1
planes today, headed for Douglas
Ariz., on the All-American, air der
by's jaunt about the United States
The derby strength was increase
to 13 Friday night by the appear-
ance of H. W. Holladay, Los An
geles, who was delayed at Roose
velt Field, N. Y., when his s h i
nosed into the ground, breakng
the propeller and loosening the mo-
tor from its frame.
Stanley Stanton, Wichita, Kan.
arrived with his plane soaked wit
gasoline and his feet blistered. Jusi
as he left Houston, Stanton dis-
covered a leak in his gasoline tank
Rather than spend hours repairing
it, Stanton took off with the fuel
pouring into the cockpit. He reach-
ed San Angelo as his gasoline was
exhausted.
J. R. Wedell of New Orleans was
flying over a low range of moun-
tains when he discovered a leak in
his oil line. Making an emergency
landing he found enough oil had
dripped into his tool box for com-
pletion of the flight. Just as he
started to resume the flight, he
noticed his parachute scampering
across a field. Curious farmers at-
tracted by his emergency landing
had toyed with the rip cord while
the pack had ben laid aside.
Lieut.' Gehlbach Friday contin-
ued to set the derby pace. His total
elapsed time was 17:38-07 hours
since he left Detroit July 21. Friday
he negotiated the 329 miles from
Houston to San Angelo in 2:15:35
hours, nearly two hours ahead of
Stub Quinby of Moline, Ill., who
made it in 2:31:30 hours, bringing
his total elapsed time to 19:29:29.
Lowell Bayless of Springfield, Mass.,
was third, his time for the hop be-
ing 2:38:29, bringing his elapsed
time to 19:32:18.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
TO SPONSOR TEA
The fourth of a series of teas
for women students in the Summer
Session given by the undergradu-
ate staff of the Michigan League
will be held at 4 o'clock Thursday
afternoon, July 31, in the garden
of the League building, in honor of
the faculty women.
The receiving line will include
Mrs. E. H. Kraus, Mrs. Carl G. Hu-
ber, Mrs. Earl V. Moore, Mrs. F. G.
Noby, Mrs. Ira Smith, Mrs. Herbert
0. Sadler, Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley,
and Mrs. Clare E. Griffin.
Assisting Margaret Morin, '31,
social chairman, are Jessie Win-
chell, '31, Virginia McMullen, '32,
and Isabelle Rayen, '31.
'An increase in the number of
Japaneserin Cuba has been noted
since enactment of the 'treaty giv-
en Japanese free entry to the is-
land.

'Well-Known Composer
Finishes Latest Opera RE 1l 0CII STUDENT' S re elcin
FINISHESBULLETIN SreILfecin
MR. DIX OBLIGES WITH AN AMUSING BIT
F Everett Partridge, Engineering At the Majestic theatre: Richard Dix in "Lovin' The Ladies" with Lois
r1 Investigator, Publishes Wilson. Closes Tuesday. Also the following short subjects: "Whispering
- - - Scientific Work Whoopee," a Charlie Chase comedy; Paramount Sound News; "Pining
'r'¢f. : F,:""Pioneers;" and Screen Snap-Shots.
Another contribution to scientific Richard Dix found his voice in hired, as a result of one of those
.v. ~*.~: literature, ultimately destined to be
ftu," ayr idtethe recent "Seven Keys to Bald- freak bets which Hollywood likes
of great service to industry has just
Se;en:made public in the form of a pate," displaying considerable tal- so well, to make love to a charm-
besen adeasbicianhefaref
research bulletin on "Formation ent as an audible comedian. His ing debutante. We are happy to
F ?X:'~ and Properties of Boiler Scale," by second sound picture is also based announce that he wins the wrong
J ~ F: -Everett P. Partridge, assistant in- -wisely enough-on a stage play. one, much to everybody's satisfac-
. ' vestigator in the department of en- The original of the current produc- tion.
gineering research of the University tion is "I Love You," a light farce Mr. Dix gets a lot of fun out of
of Michigan, and published by that which is better than its name in- .r
department. dicates. his part, and is aided nicely by Lois
Mr. Partridge's report, as is em- "Lovin' The Ladies," now at the Wilson. The minor characters are
phasized in the pages of the bulle- Majestic, is a fairly satisfactory acceptable, and do not savor of
tin itself, does not pretend to offer successor to "Seven Keys to Bald- ham. If you're not looking for Art
Deems Taylor, a sure cure for this recognized evil. pate," doing no harm to the Dix with a capital "A," you'll enjoy this.
Recognized as America's greatest It discusses first the thermal effects reputation. It concerns the difficul- "Lovin' The Ladies" gets a high C.
composer, who is shown here put- of boiler scale, second, the constitu- ties of a young electrician who is P.M.
ting the finishing touches on his ents of the scale, third, its forma-
latest opera, "Peter Ibbetson," at tion, and finally, the various exist-
his country estate in Stamford, ing methods of preventing scale.AI
Connecticut. University scientists believe that ADDITIONS DAILY TO OUR T.
the bulletin is bound to have a dis-
tinct industrial as well as scientificBA R G A IN 0
Value because it is perhaps the BRANH
COUSHLIN ASE d most exhaustive presentation of the 50c each
entire subject which has yet been
FORD' 10[9 R[IDS made, including as it does, bothn
the results of Mr. Partridge's sev-
eral years of research and an ex-
amination of both the theoretical ISO
Magnate's $13,000,000 Contract ! and practical researches.

ABLE OF
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Iversity
okatore

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With Soviets Scored as Aid
to Communist Group.
WILCOX GIVES EVIDENCE
(By Associated Press)
DETROIT, July 26.--The con-
gressional committee which Friday
heard Henry Ford charged with un-
wittingly aiding the Communist
cause expected to conclude its in-
vestigation of Cimmunistic activi-
ties in Detroit and Michigan today.
Of eleven witnesses heard by the
committee Friday only Rev.
Charles E. Coughlin voiced serious
apprehension' over alleged Soviet
efforts to spread its doctrines in the
United States. It was he who made
reference to Mr. Ford and told of
an influx of workmen from the
south a year ago in response, he
said, to a statement from Ford
that 30,000 men were needed at his
plant here.
There were no jobs for them, he
said, and a fire hose was turned on
them when they gathered in front
of the plant. Such incidents, he
said, tend to turn the working men f
to Communism. He also criticized
a $13,000,000 contract he said the
Ford company had signed with
Russia, as an aid to bolshevism.
Police Commissioner Thomas C.
Wilcox, who was department of
justice agent here until two months
ago, told of his activities here
against Communists in 1920, when
827 persons were arrested and 2341
deported. He said a law was need-
ed to curb activities of communists.
Charles T. Winegar expressed the
same view, although he said he
knew only one bonafide Commu-
nist.

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