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FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1930
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VOL. X. FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1930 NUMBER 22 ister Ramsay MacDonald and
BILLY JEAVONS, YOI
SENT HOME BY
Perhaps young Billy Jeavons, of
tes Cleveland, did the wrong thing
when he stowed away in an am-
phibian passenger plane bound for
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.
Graduate School: Students enrolled in the Graduate School will not
be permitted to drop courses after July 26. A course is not officially
dropped until it is reported in the office of the Graduate School, 1014
Angell Hall. Sabina Conrad, Recorder.
Excursion No. 5: Automobile tour of Detroit, including visits to the
Detroit News Plant and Radio Broadcasting Station WWJ; downtown
Detroit and Belle Isle; the new Fisher Building, for luncheon; the Fine
Arts Institute and the Public Library. The trip is especially designed
for students new to Detroit who desire acquaintance with representa-
tive commercial and cultural institutions in that city.
Total expenses, including luncheon, about $2.25. Round trip bus
tickets must be secured in Room 9, University hall, before Friday, July
25, 6 p. m. , The number in the party will be limited.
Carlton F. Wells.
Women's Education Club: "The White House Conference on Child
Health and Protection" will be discussed by Professor Cleo Murtland at
the Women's Education Club. The meeting will be held Monday eve-
ning at 7:15 at the Michigan League Building. All women interested in
education are invited to attend. Bernice Backus.
followers were joyful today over a
victory obtained with the aid of
their enemies, the Conservatives,
and their part-time supporters, the
Sixty-three Labor Socialists re-
volted in a late session of the
House of Commons early this morn-
ing, attacking the recent appoint-
ment of Lord Hundson to the pub-
lic works loans board.
Lord Hundson, a noted industri-
alist, called striking miners ene-
mies of the people in 1926.
Many Laborites sympathized withj
the radicals and abstained fromj
voting with their own party. The
support of Conservatives and Lib-
erals enabled the government to
win 136 to 63.
Detroit yesterday morning, but the
outcome was not unfortunate for
The plane left Cleveland at 8 a.m.
with a full load of passengers. Out
over Lake Erie a peculiar tail-heav-
iness became so apparent that it
was decided to land on the water.
Co-pilot Ralph Smith, investigat-
ing, found Billy, the source of the
trouble, curled up in the radio com-
partment in the rear. Billy was
moved forward to a less hazardous
position and the plane came in
without further trouble.
"He bawled the dickens out of
me," Billy confessed when inter-
viewed on his arrival at the Thomp-
son Aeronautical Corp. base here.
Billy had started out manfully
enough, but he was beginning to
realize that he was only a very
young man after all and he shed a
few tears. "I have $5. I can go back
on a boat," he said.
Some of the plane's paying pas-
sengers began to take pity on him.
Gordon Stouffer, of Detroit, took
him to breakfast and arranged to
pay for his return to Cleveland on
a late afternoon plane. Other pas-
sengers decided to buy Billy a boy's
It appears that Billy's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Jeavons,
L were in Toledo today. Billy had
been for a short airplane ride with
his father two weeks ago and no-
ticed the "swell place for stowing
away" in the rear at that time.
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LOST--Class ring 1926--"S. H. S."
Initials inside J. B. Reward. Call
DANCE AT JEAN GOLDKETTE'S
B IDE LANTERN BALL ROOM
FOUND-A small sum of
near campus. Telephone
To All Concerned: The demand
for parking space adjacent to the
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 instruc-
tions have been issued to the offi-
cer in charge to remove, without
further notice, the parking tags
Scarlet Mask Band-Ohio State University
River 1/2 miles east of Brighton, 6 miles west of New Hudson
DANCING NIGHTLY, EXCEPT MONDAYS.
SUNDAYS CONTINUOUS FROM 6 P. M.
from any car the driver of which
Physiological Chemistry 101s-The lectures which correspond in con-i parks in location contrary to that
tent to Physiological Chemistry 101b will begin today at 7 a. m. in the 'designated by the officer on duty;
West Amphitheatre, West Medical Building. H. B. LEWIS. and, also, from all cars hereafter
parked with obvious disregard of
Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: No course economy of space. This order will
may be dropped after Saturday, July 26. The official blank for use in inconvenience no one who is will-
dropping courses may be obtained in the Registrar's Office, Room 4, ing to co-operate for the general
University Hall. All courses dropped after this week will be recorded with good.
the grade of E. D. L. RICH, Recorder. 1 University Committee on Parking
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Mon., July 28
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