THE SUM MR MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, JULY 13, 1930
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem-
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.
SUNDAY, JULY 13, 1930
Afternoon Conferences on Education: The general topic for this
week's conferences is SECONDARY Education. On Monday, July 14th Pro-S
fessor Calvin O. Davis will discuss "The Preparation of High School'
Teachers at the University." Professor Earl Hudelson will talk on "Class
Size and Pupil Achievement in Secondary Schools" on Tuesday July 15th.
At the concluding conference of the week, Wednesday, July 16th, Pro-
fessor George E. Carrothers will discuss "Analysis of Reports from Ac-
credited High Schools in Michigan," Each conference will be held at
4:00 p. m. in the University High School auditorium. All who are in-
terested in Education are urged to attend.
The Women's Education Club: The club will hold a joint meetingf
with Pi Lambda Theta Monday evening at 7:15 in the Alumnae Room
of the Michigan League building. Dr. Willard C. Olson will speak on the
new elementary school unit of the University. All women in Ann Arbor
who are interested in this subject are invited to attend.
The Men's Education Club will meet at the Michigan Union Mon-
day, July 14th at 7:00 p. m. Professor William H. Hobbs will speak on
SOLONS TO PROBEI,
Committee to Investigate Costs
of Mrs. McCormick's
CALL MANY WITNESSES
(By Associated Press)j
CHICAGO, July 12. -The senatel
campaign funds committee now is
ready to open the door on expendi-
tures of candidates in Illinois' sen-
atorial primary last April.
The committee, headed by Sena-
tor Herald P. Nye of North Dakota,
begins Monday a public inquiry in
its desire to learn whether the Re-
publican nomination of Ruth Han-
na McCormick cost any more than
the $252,500 she reported spending
herself. A great many witnesses
have been subpenaed, more than a
score for the opening day.
Former Football Star
Drowns in Maine Lake
SET AT FIVE MILES
Ruth Alexander Reaches Height
of 26,600 Feet Although
(By Associated Press)
SAN DIEGO, Calif., July 12.-An
unconscious girl slumped in the
cockpit of a tiny monoplane as it
soared five miles above Lindbergh
Field was believed today to have
achieved a new altitude record for
The plane's instruments showed
that the pilot, Ruth Alexander, had
bettered by 6,600 feet her mark of
20,000 feet set July 4.
In relating her experience of Fri-
day the girl said she became un-
conscious when the altimeter show- I
ed 22,000 feet, her plane continu-
ing to climb more than 4,000 be-
fore it hit the ceiling.
"The last thing I noted was 22,-
000 feet," said Miss Alexander. "My
oxygen was pretty low and I was
"Then I looked at my altimeter
and it showed 18,000 feet. I couldn'tj
realize what was wrong and thought
something was 'haywire' with the
"I looked at my oxygen. I still
had the tube between my teeth and
was holding the stick in my hand,
but the oxygen was gone. Then I
realized that I had been 'out'.
The girl brought her 90 horse-
power, low-winged monoplane to a
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Treatrise on light Wednesday
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return to 2031 E. Engineering
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vicinty of Wilmot and Boulevard.
Valued as keepsake. Reward.
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Telephone 22349. 11, 12, 13
LOST-A diamond ring with three
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gesIt is the sec
Saginaw Forest: In order that there may be no misunderstanding years that an
concerning the admission of the public to Saginaw Forest, located out campaign has
West Liberty Street, it may be stated that the gates are open to pedes- scrutiny of a se
trians practically all of the time and to parties in automobiles all day on In 1927 a simila
Sundays and from 5 to 9 p. m. every day during the summer months. I came to Chicag
The gates are locked promptly, however, at nine o'clock in the evening. the campaigno
Visitors are welcome, but are asked to cooperate with the University against Senator
in every way possible in the matter of preventing forest fire. It may be which led to the
necessary during weather characterizd by excessive fire hazards to close seat Smith.
the gates to automobiles altogether. Since the forest is primarily for Preliminary i
instruction in conservation rather than recreation, hunting and fishing investigators fo
on the property is not indulged in. S. T. Dana. have encounter
walls," the sena
Faculty Concert: The second concert by members of the School of public hearing
Music Faculty during the Summer Session will be held on Tuesday eve- penetrate these
ning at 8:15 at Hill auditorium. Maud Okkelberg, Pianist and Louise For this purpo
Cuyler, violinist will present the following program: Beethoven; Son- ness men, politic
ata, Op. 24, Allegro, Adagio, Scherzo, Rondo (Mrs Okkelberg and Miss sons thought to
Cuyler): Rameau-Godowsky; Tambourin, Schubert Liszt; Der Linden- formation have
cond time in tour'
gone under the
r senate committee
go to inquire into;
of Frank L. Smith
e senate's refusal to,
inquiries by special
r Nye's committeel
ed several "blind
ator said, and the
was intended toJ
ose, numerous busi-
ians and other per-
hve nti tn in-
Alfred 'Al' Lassman,
Former All - American football
tackle, who has been reported
drowned in Long Lake, near Har-
New Niles Airport
Dedicated by State
Tour of 41 Planes
I Ila.~vv er(By Associated Press)
baum and Soiree de Vienne No. 3 (Mrs. Okkelberg: Lalo; Andante
(Symphonie Espagnole), Couperin-Kreisler; Aubade Provencale, Boccher -
ini-Willeke; Rondo (Miss Cuyler). The general public with the exception
of small children is cordially invited to attend. ..Charles A. Snk.
Excursion No. 3: The Ford Airport trip, originally scheduled for
July 16, has been postponed until July 30, owing to the Ford Plant
shutdown, July 12-27.
General Motors Proving Ground will be visited on July 16, instead
of July 30 as previously announced. The extensive road and labbra-
tory testing facilities of the General Motors Corporation will be in-
spected under special plant guides. Party leaves in special busses at
1:00 p. m. in front of Angell Hall. Round trip, $1.00. Tickets must
be secured in the office of the Summer Session, room 9, University
Hall, before Tuesday, July 15, 6:00 p. m. Carlton F. Wells.
Liberal Discussion Group: Professor Lowell J. Carr of the Sociology
Department will talk on "Mooney Stays in Prison". The meeting will
be held on the third floor of the Michigan Union, Thursday evening,
July 17 at 7:15 p. m. All who are interested in the formation of a lib-
eral discussion group are invited to attend. John M. Brumn.
Excursion No. 5, Niagara Falls and Vicinity: The Department of Ge-
ology will conduct the Summer Session excursion to Niagara Falls as
it has for many years. The trip is open to all students of the Summer
The excursion party party starts on Friday, July 18, at 3:00 p. m.,1
returning to Ann Arbor on Monday, July 21, at 11 a. m.
Reservations should be made in the office of the Summer Session,
Room 9, University Hall. On Thursday, July 17, from 1:30-5:00 p. m.,
an agent of the D. and C. Steamship Line will be in the above office to
make reservations from Detroit to Buffalo, and return. Further in-
formation concerning the itinerary and other trip details is also avail-
able at the Summer Sesion office.
All expenses, approximately $30.00.
Wiliam H. Hobbs;III-W
' 11 114U1il114 YG ,Gll l1i111V1G1. NILES, July 12.-Forty-one air-
planes, comprising, with their pilots
PNEUMATIC TUBE and passengers, the Second Michi-
PROVES EFFICIENT gan Air Tour, took off this morning
from the new Niles Airport which
The new pneumatic tube system they helped dedicate Friday. Mus-
introduced in the library for the kegon was the noon stop of the air
first time this summer is proving caravan and Manistee the over-
valuable in both increased efficien- night halt today.
cy and time saved in obtain books, At Manistee, too, the tourists will
it was reported today by Francis participate in an airport dedica-
Goodrich, associate librarian. scheduled for Newberry, in the up-
While the telautograph system per peniinsula, which will be reached
which was formerly used, sent the next week.
call number to the stacks as quick- Fifteen thousand persons wel-
ly as the present system, there was comed the tour as it settled down
not means of sending a message out of the sky onto the new field
back quickly when the book was here Friday afternoon, after a hop
not on the shelves. from Battle Creek.
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