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Nine states and Canada are re-
presented in the group of 25 stu-
dents who are attending Camp Fili-
bert Roth, the sophomore forestry
camp near Munising, in the Upper
Peninsula, which is under the di-
rection of Prof. Robert Craig, Jr.
This registration lacks one of being
100 per cent greater than the total
for last year, when the first session
of the camp was held.
Attendance at Camp Filibert
Roth is required of all forestry stu-
dents as a means of familiarizing
them with woods practice. A course
is given in forestry mensuration
covering the measuring of logs,
single trees, and whole forests. The
course in forest improvements cov-
ers the planning and construction


of simple structures, trails, roads,
and telephone lines used in admin-
stering forest tracts. A third course
is given, covering forest fire pre-
vention and control.
The forestry camp occupies aban-
doned lumber camp buildings for-
merly used by the crews of the
Cleveland Cliffs Iron company and
located within a tract of the Mack-
inac Purchase unit recently taken
over by the United States Forest
service. The location is within easy
reach of numerous logging and re-
forestation projects, wood-using in-
dustries, state fire protection head-
quarters, and forestry research ar-
Prof. Shirley W. Allen is associat-
ed with Professor Craig in the work
of the camp and Albin G. Jacobson,
who was awarded his master's de-
gree in forestry this year, is assist-
Nine of the students at the camp
have their homes in Michigan, while
five come from Wisconsin. Two are
enrolled from each of three states:
Ohio, Illinois, and West Virginia.
New York, New Jersey, Connecti-
cut, Arkansas, and Ontario each
supply one prospective forester.

Rice, Nisbet, Hamilton Elected
to Executive Committee
of Men's Club.
Women's Group Names Alice
Wallin President, Lydia
M'Henry Secretary.
D. F. Rice, of Iron Mountain; S. S.
Nisbet of Fremont; and Charles
Hamilton, of Bay City were selected
as an executive committee to man-
age the affairs of the Men's Edu-
cation club of the Summer Session
at an organization meeting held on
Tuesday night.
Rice and Nisbet are superinten-
dents of schools in their respective
districts; - Hamilton is assistant su-
perintendent of schools in Bay
These men were chosen from a
list of 10 candidates. Dean James
B. Edmonson presided at the meet-
ing and conducted the election of
officers. More than 150 attended
the gathering.
Plans were alsomade at the
meeting for the organization of
three baseball teams to represent
the superintendents, the principals,
and the classroom teachers. The
'members of the summer faculty of
the School of Education have al-
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P a r i s Flight Record

IArt Goebel Will


Promoters of Endurance Flight
Seek Injunction Against
Hunter Brothers.
Corporation Stockholders File
Suit to Tie up Earnings
of Record Flight.
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, July 2-Having wea-

$ig Bill, Allison, Moody, Ryan
Win to Make Finals All-
American Event.C
(By Associated Press)
WIMBLEDON, July 2- America1
today stood sure- of winning theI
British tennis championship in
both men's and women's singles by
placing Big Bill Tilden, Wilmer Al-1
lison, Mrs. Helen Wills Moody, and
Elizabeth Ryan in the final rounds.
Thus the finals for Wimbledon's
two most coveted crowns will be an
all-American affair. No foreign na-
tion ever before has been able to
monopolize both single finals in thel
history of this tournament whicht
goes back to 1877.1
For the last six years the famous
"Musketeers" of France won the1
Wimbledon crown in the men's di-1
vision. Five of these six times, two
Frenchmen battled for the honors1
in the finals. But today the Amer-t
ican champion, Tilden, disposed of
his old rival, Jean Borotra, by scor-t
es 0-6, 6-4, 4-6, 6-0, 7-5, to complete1
the elimination of the French stars1
begun on Monday when his young
countryman, Allison, upset the
French title holder, Henri Cochet.
Allison himself qualified to meet
Tilden in the finals by stopping his
young Davis cup teammate, John
Doeg, of Santa Monica, 6-3, 4-6, 8-6,'
3-6, 7-5, in another thrilling semi-'
final this afternoon.3
The day's sensational develop-1
ments resulted in the collapse of
the plucky Cecelie Aussem, of Ger-
many, who suffered a badly sprain-
ed ankle in the first set of her
match with Miss Ryan, the Ameri-
can winning by defaulting after
having taken the first set 6-3, los-
ing the second, 0-6, and fighting on
even terms at 4-all in the third.
Mrs. Moody, the defending cham-
pion, became the other finalist by
beating Mme. Rene Mathieu, of
France, 6-3, 6-2. She is heavily fa-
vored to defeat her fellow-Califor-
nian, Miss Ryan, a veteran, who
has lived in this country so lopg
that she is regarded almost as an
English player.
Tilden and Borotra, tennis' great-
est showmen, followed Mrs. Moody
and Mme. Mathieu on the center
court for their epic five-set match
which was anybody's until the final
set, when Tilden won the final point
of the last game. The encounter
lashed the 15,000 Wimbledon fans
into a fury of partisanship.
Gas Association Names
A. H. WhitePresident
Prof. Alfred H. White, head of the
chemical engineering department,
was yesterday elected president of
the Michigan Gas association for
the coming year at its meeting at
Mackinac Island.
The honor came in recognition of
30 years of outstanding service to
the gas industry through his re-
search work carried on at the Uni-
versity. In 37 years, it is the first
time that a man not actively en-
gaged in the industry has been

ther vicissitudes of nature as well
as those mechanical to keep their
plane aloft for the longest sustain-
-ed period In the history of avia-
Art Goebel, tion, "The City of Chicago" endur-
One of America's most noted fly- ance flyers tonight were confronted
ers, has announced an attempt to by a legal reef in the form of an
lower Colonel Charles A. Lind- injunction suit to tie up the pro-
bergh's time over the route from
New York to Paris. He has christ- dings of the flight.
ened his plane the "Yankee Doo- As John and Kenneth Hunter
dle," after the ships in which he I passed their 505th consecutive hour
flew across the continent and to in the air at 4:40 p. m. c. s. t.. word
Honolulu. came to the field that the stock-
holders of the "Chicago We Will"
corporation had filed suit asking
SU DENTS U O VIIT the appointment of a receiver, and
9O accounting of the earnings and an
injunction to prevent disposition' of
the funds received from the flight.

Boston Fighter Signs Arti
for Fight With German
1" Y k7 C. d+m~ iit


Ford Factory Will be Inspected
by Percn Takrina Next

Backers Named Defendants.
The Hunter brothers and the

nI an ee~~ ta LLUm, re yJ Graz a aseO~1 a amL. y~U e soL sJI g1 UZAL
regular schedule of games will be Special Excursion. backers are named defendants in
WILL FIGHT SEPT. 25 arranged by Paul Washke of the the suit filed by five men who claim
Intramural department. SCHEDULED FOR JULY 9 ownership of stock in the corpora-
(By Associated Press) The club, which will meet regu- tion formed last year to promote
NEW YORK, July 2-Jack Shar- larly on Monday nights, has invited Directed by Carlton F. Wells, se- the endurance flight of the plane
key, of Boston, signed articles today all men interested in public or pri- cretary of the Summer Session, an I called the "Chicago We Will." The
through his manager, Johnny vate education to its membership. excursion to the main Ford plant suit charges that the "City of Chi-
Buckely, for a 15-round return en- More than 100 women attended at River Rouge will be conducted at cago" is the same plane as the
Schellin the organization meeting of the "Chicago We Will," and still belongs
gagement with Maxg, Women's Education club held last 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, to the corporation bearing the lat-
heavyweight champion, in the Yan- night at the Women's League build- July 9. ter name. Wilson Herrin, one of
kee Stadium here Sept. 25. ing. Prof. Cleo Murtland, faculty The tour is open to both old and the defendants, said that neither he
The Boston fighter, who lost his advisor, opened the meeting. new students of the University who nor the Hunters were connected
bid for the championship on a foul The following officers were elect- are interested in modern methods with the "We Will" corporation.
ed: President, Miss Alice R. Wallin, of automobile production. . Herrin explained that he and the
to Schmelling in four rounds June head of child care department, They will see the main assembly! Hunters purchased the "City of
12, agreed to take 12 1-2 per cent, Highland Park; Secretary, Miss Ly- line, from the point where a chas- Chicago" from the corporation aft-
the challenger's share of the purse. dia McHenry of Detroit; Treasurer, sis is put on it to the place where i er many unsuccessful attempts for
He also agreed to purchase Schmel- Miss Ethel Dow of Saulte Ste. Ma- a completed automobile drives away an endurance record had been
ling's freedom from Arthur Buelow, Irie. Miss Berniece Backus of Ann under its own power. Approximate- made with it. It was at that time
Arbor was appointed chairman of ly two hours will be spent in the christened the "Chicago We Will."
deposed manager, out of his own the program committee, and other Ford plant. Deputy Sheriff Matt Porten an-
share of the proceeds. members of the Committee are Reservations for the trip, Wells rived on the scene at about 5 p.
Although Schmelling now is Mrs. Rose Pauline and Mrs. Jessie announced yesterday, must be m. armed with a chancery sum-
aboard ship for Germany, his man- Henderson. made in room 9 University hall be- mons.
ager of choice, Joe Jacobs, probably Members of the faculty present fore 6 o'clock Tuesday evening, July The summons was directed
will sign articles for him within a besides Professor Murtland were 8. The number who will take thegrs;
few days. Schmelliing's chief de- Dean Lucy Elliott, Prof. Katharine excursion will be limited, as in pre- nard L. Majewski, Thomas P. Gor-
mand regarding a return bout was B. Greene, and Dean Alice Lloyd. ;vious years the applications have don, Herrin, and Michael Conroy,
that he be freed from his former Miss Marguerite Hall announced been large. The cost of the trip, two backers of the present endur-
manager whose contract does not Pi Lambda Theta activities for the if students go in the buses whichg"
expire until October. f summer. will be hired, will be $1.00. corporation and the Chicago Title
land Trust company, a corporation,
BARRY'S 'HOLIDAY' ENTHUSIASTICALLY RECEIVED as receiver for the Chicago Air Ser-
ie, incorporated, owners of Sky
Will Not Hinder Flight,
Reviw b illim J.Gormn ;Deputy Porten said he would
A Review by William J. Gorman campus: intelligent direction of haps I'm being over-subtle: but De ote ti he wuh
imake no attempt to interfere with
The Michigan Repertory Players high comedy. the previous Johnny gave that am- the endurance flight and that he
opened their season last night with, In talking about the individual azing speech about his life-history would not attempt to serve the fly-
one of the most engaging produc- members of the cast, I might seem with naive frankness, expecting ing Hunters until they descended.
tions any student organization has to deny myself. I would be inclined that Mr. Seton would appreciate Meanwhile the Hunter brothers
h h to differ in some rather important it. Mr. Allen gave it as conscious, were growing a little tired of their
aspects from the interpretations of energetic funning and was aware I long grind in the air. Early in the
fine play: a very fine play. They both Johnny and Linda. All Linda's that it would shock Mr. Seton. afternoon, just before the 191st
also had fine feeling for the quali- wit and verve I would like to see Both Linda and Johnny were contact with the "Big Ben" for re-
ties of that play. The result was interpreted more nonchalantly: as played more self-consciously than fueling, they were cheered on by
a delighted audience. It was a a spontaneous defence (she used I would have them. I take Barry I Wing-Commander Kingsford-Smith
large audience, too. the word) against her stifling at- to mean that they are both intro- of Australia, who circled Sky Har-
Barry's fluffy fooling was taken mosphere: something inevitable, verted.*temperaments which have bor as he arrived in his plane
very properly at a breathless pace. necessary in her, granted the situ- not yet attained that complete self- "Southern Cross."
The director very properly didn't ation. Miss Tennant was always realization which is the condition Their motor was functioning
wory about its genuineness; there self-conscious, she was aware of of comfort for such temperaments. smoothly. Word went around
was no attempt to establish Barry's her drollery, pointing it and ex- That is the meaning of their desire the airport they intended to remain
notable gift for spontaneous non- ploiting it. One became a little un- to get away from an environment in the air until Sunday night to
sense as a gift for character reve- sympathetic with Linda's wit in which stifles introversion of any take advantage of the increased
lation. The play was for the most Miss Tennant's interpretation: she sort. gate receipts on the Fourth of July.
part taken as high comedy: with made it rather a technique of scorn The minor parts were taken on I This was in spite of the note
periodic deepening of the tempo than a defence against her turbu- the whole very splendidly, Marian dropped by Kenneth today in which
and the tone for the very sober lent state of mind. The flaw may Galloway managed the difficult he said he was getting tired and
theme (about "free living"). Barry have been either in Miss Tennant's transition from the charming girl wanted to land. John followed
is very serious about the theme im- technique or in her conception of Johnny fell in love with to the ir -Kenneth's complaint with a mes-
plicit in the lives of Johnny and the part. ritating daughter of her irritating sage to their sister who is ill in
Linda: but characteristically refus- Harry Allen was very engaging father very well. Norman Brown Danville, N. Y., saying he wanted to
es to obscure it with solemnity. The and very competent as Johnny. In too was acceptable in that stock stay in the air until Monday.
production, as I see it, realized the the experience of the play one ac- part. "Beans (Kenneth) is fretting and
same intentions: there were clear cepted his conception eagerly. In Alan Handley was excellent as wants to come down at 520 hours,"
indications by tempos and in the a previous production of 'Holiday', Ned-one of Barry's best minor he said. The 520th hour will be
work of Johnny and Linda of Bar- I have seen a Johnny that was lit- parts. And Paul Showers in the reached at 7:30 a.m. c.s.t. tomorrow.
ry's critical attitude. And always tle different, a Johnny that was Donald Ogden Stewart part was At that time, an offer of $100 an
there was realization in the breath- less energetic and more nonchal- very comical, disclosing the secret hours from the oil company which
less pace of Barry's verve, his spir- ant, less aware of his goal than of his fantastic success as a glass- is furnishing fuel will expire. The
alling sense of humor. Mr. Windt nonchalantly dreaming about it, blower very eccentrically. The sets1 offer amounts to $10,000 if-the 520th

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