'THE SUMrMER MICMUAN DAILY
SUNDAY, XULY 27, 1930
THE SUMMER MIORluAN DAILY SUNDAY, JULY 27, 1930
AIRMAN MAKES SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT
DAIL OFIC'IL BLL[WIT H WIRELESS CONT ROLLED PLANE
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem- -WIT.I S CON
bers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean
of the Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a.m.
VOL. X. SUNDAY, JULY 27, 1930 NUMBER 24. '' ':;"
ToAll Concerned:U TeA J forUY r pking space adjacent othe
north door of University Hall is so great and so much space has been
currently wasted by lack of order in parking of cars, that instructions -:-
have been issued to the officer in charge to remove, without further
notice, the parking tags from any car the driver of which parks in loca-
tion contrary to that designated by the officer on duty; and, also, from
all cars hereafter parked with obvious disregard of economy of space.
Also, from any car parked in the driveway as distinct from the parking -
space proper, This order will Inconvenience no one who is willing to co-
operate for the general good.
University Committee on Parking.,
Action of the University Discipline Committee: Mr. Donald M. Ved-
der and Mr. Marshall J. Rouse have been suspended from the University
for the remainder of the Summer Session for conduct detrimental to the
best interests of the University. iiCapt. Arthur Page,
C. H. Fessenden, Sec'y. ! Crack Marine pilot (left), whose contribution to aviation progress
is a 1,OOQ-mile flight in a "blind" plane controlled by wireless. Capt. Page
School of Music Concert: Guy Filkins, organist, and Stanley Fletch- was photographed at Washington, D. C., immediately after his epoch-
'er, pianist, will provide the following in the Summer School series to making journey from Omaha, Neb. He is shown with Lieut. V. M. Guyon,
be given in Hill Auditorium, Tuesday evening, July 29 at 8:15 o'clock to who accompanied him.
which the general public with the exception of small children is cordial-
ly invited. The public is respectfully requested to be seated on time.
Hyde, Le Bonheur; Wagner, Prelude to "Parsifal" (Mr. Filkins): Chopin, 0
Ballade in F major and Ten Preludes; Schubert-Liszt, The Erlking (Mr.
Fletcher): Warner, Sea Sketch; Wagner, Liebestod (Tristan and Isolde);
Guilmant, Grand Chorus in D (Mr. Filkins). SPO RTA LK
PLANS FOR FLIGHT
Abandons Scheduled Hop; Will
Attempt Journey From
Tacoma to Tokio.
(By Associated Press)
TACOMA, Wash., July 26.- Guy
Kelly, legal advisor for Harold
Bromley, flyer, and John Buffeten,
backer of his proposed flight from
Tacoma to Tokio, have announced
the abandonment of the attempt.
They said a flight from the Jap-
anese capital to Tacoma would be
Bromley's plane, "City of Ta-
coma," was being dismantled in
Seattle and the flyer was rushing
preparationws to sail with it for
Tokio today on the liner President
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Kelly said the Tacoma-to-Tokio
attempt had been given up because1
Bromley had been unable to find
a place near Nome or in the Aleu-!
tian islands where he could take
off with enough gasoline to carry
him to the Japanese capital.
The legal advisor said the plane,
able to make 100 to 105 miles an1
hour, could, however, fly from Jap-
an to Tacoma by taking advantage
of prevailing favorable winds.
Robert B. Wark and his co-pilot,
Eddie Brown, who plan a Tacoma-
Tokio flight, continued work on
their plane in Seattle hoping to re-
turn here and take off Sunday.
Charles A. Sink.
.Now- "affm mw
A specialty for
Observatory Nights: Tickets for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory,
August 4, 5, 6, may be obtained in the office of the Summer Session from
9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m., Monday, July 28. These tickets are intend-
ed for students of the Summer Session-who will present their Treasurer's
receipts when applying for them. Students desiring to avail themselves
of this opportunity to visit the Observatory should apply for tickets at
once for supply is limited. Edward H. Kraus.
Afternoon Conferences on Education. The general topic for this
week's conferences is ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION. On Mon-
day, July 28th, Dean J. B. Edmonson will discuss "Ethical and Unethical
Practices in the Marketing of Text Books." Professor Francis B. Hass
will talk on "The Child in the Educational Machine" on Tuesday, July
29th. At the concluding conference of the week, Wednesday, July 30th,
Professor William G. Carr will discuss "Effective Schools and Educational
Legislation." Each conference will be held at 4:00 P. M. in the Univer-
sity High School Auditorium. All who are interested in Education are
urged to attend.
The Men's Educational Club will meet Monday, July 28th, at 7:00
P.M. at the Michigan Union. Professor Francis B. Hass will speak on
"Social Vision in School Procedure."
Pi Lambda Theta will hold initiation in the Michigan League Chapel I
at 7:30 Tuesday, July 29th, after which the new members will be wel-
comed in the Alumnae room. Esther L. Belcher.
Women's Education Club will meet in the Alumnae Room of the
Michigan League at 7:15 on Monday evening. Prof. Cleo Murtland will
speak on "The White House Conference for Child Health and Welfare."
Lyda E. McHenry.
Former Students of Western State Teachers College. The dinner in
honor of President Waldo, which was postponed last week, will be held
on Wednesday, July 30th at 6:30 in the Michigan League Building. All
former students are urged to secure tickets at 4018 University High
School. Thomas Diamond.
Readings from Browning: The program of informal readings for
Tuesday evening, July 29, at 7 o'clock in Room 302, Mason Hall, will con-
sist of lyrics and short poems from Robert Browning. All interested are
invited to attend these weekly readings. R. D. T. Hollister.
Another one of these "battles of
the century" will take place when
Young Stribling and Phil Scott,
English champion, engage in al
game of fisticuffs this Monday in
dear ole Lunnon. Both fighters have
just completed the heavier routine!
of their training, and are anxious
to get started. We fervently hope
that post-mortems will not play an
important part in this bout.
had better sign up pretty soon. En-
tries close on August 4.
Prompt service. Experienced operators.
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