THE MICHIGAN DAILY___
T'he News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures
Mrs. James Mattern, who fol-
lowed the progress of her hus-
band's 'round-the-world solo flight
closely at the home of her sister
in Walla Walla, Wash., still re-
mains supremely confident of her
husband's eventual return.
The navy's big new dirigible, the Macon, was housed in the former home of the 'ill-fated Akron
at Lakehurst, New Jersey, after a trip from Akron, 0. The big ship is shown being pushed into the Akron's
Symposium Planned For
Wednesday By Socialists
For Wednesday evening at :7:30
p. m. at the Michigan Union,' the
Socialist Club has announced' a sym-
posium on Fabians and Revisionists.
Ruth Childs will give, the history of
Ithese movements. Tarini Sinha, who
is personally acquainted with many
well-known British Fabians, will ex-
plain their theoretical and political
r eactions against Marxism. Wilfred
Sellars will analyze the teachings and
programs of German Revisionists
and Social Democrats.
On following Wednesday evenings,
the discussion will continue through
Fascism, Rooseveltism and Tactics
for Social Change in America.
Fifty thousands bees were removed
from the walls of a cottage in Lake-
lSold Reted bC~hned 1Rerayired
Lax'ge choice Stock.iy1EW Oz * sD"I dRR. '
50. S toR. rmIAbor
LAUNDRY-- Soft water. 2-1044.
Towels free; socks darned.
WASHING-And ironing wanted.
Guaranteed satisfactory. Call for
and deliver. 611 Hoover. Phone
STUDENT AND FAMILY LAUNDRY
-Good soft water; will call for
and deliver. Telephone 4863 12c
INSTRUCTION -- Stenotypy, ,short-
hand, typwriting, accounting,
Hamilton College, State and Wil-
liams Sts. 12
SPEND---Your summers during the
Summer Session at Whitmore.
Lake. Large cool rooms, private,
beach, home cooking. 512 S. Shore
Drive. Tel. Whitmore 9170. 5
FOUR-ROOM-Apartment fully fur-
nished. 228 S. Thayer. Opposite
Bill Auditorium. 6
TYPIWRITERS - PORTIABLE
smi ooona, N oseless,
Und-te rwoo4, Royal, Ei ngtoa.
34S. State St., A=n Arbor.
Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace (right) visited his
farm near Des Moines and discussed prospects of his corn crop with
two hired men.
mu irr-to- 1 1
in some places 100-degree heat hasp been causing heavy damage to corn that was planted late, but