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' I"'HE MICHIGAN DAVLY

SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1933

igan Da Will Explore Stratosphere Soon
SSaurBDAILY OFFICIAL
SSaturday a BULLETIN

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-Associated Press Photo
A balloon flight into the stratosphere is to be undertaken soon at
Chicago by Lieut. Comm. T. G. W. Settle of the U. S. navy, and Jean
Piccard (inset), twin brother of Dr. Auguste Piccard, Belgian scientist
and pioneer of the stratosphere.
Balloon Flight Into Stratosphere
Will Be Made By To Scientists

(Continued from Page 2)
general public with the exception of
small children will be admitted with-
out admission charge. For obvious
reasons the public is requested to
be seated on time as the doors will
be closed during numbers. Mulet,
Carillon Sortie; Reger, Benedictus;
Karg-Elert, Pastel (Chorale) Op. 92,
No. 3 (Mr. Christian): Brahms, Auf
den Kirchofe, Feldeinsamkeit, Wah-
rend des Regens; Haile, Im Zittern-
den Mondlicht Wiegen; Weingartner
(Mr. Hackett): Andreae, Trio in E
fiat major, for violin,%Allegro mod-
erato, Motto adagio, Scherzo, Final
(Messrs. Besekirsky, Pick and Brink-
man). Charles A. Sink
Summer Session Orchestra report
at 6:30 p. m. on the University Lib-
rary steps for the Sunday Commu-
nity Song Service which begins at
7:00 p. m.
Summer Session Mixed Chorus and
Men's Glee Club report to rehearsal
in Morris Hall, 7 to 8 p. m., Tues-
day, July 11, 1933.
Communtiy Sing, David Mattern
leader supported by the University
Orchestra. Talk by Dr. Frederick B.
Fisher on "Songs of Progress," 7
o'clock Sunday evening in front of
the Library. Auspices of the Com-
munity Recreation Committee.
The Pool at the Intramural Sports
Building willremain open between 12
and 1 noon, on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, especially for faculty
swimming and water polo.
Women Students: The badminton
courts at Barbour Gymnasium -will
be open for play and instruction
Monday evening at 7:30.
Entries for intramural sports in
handball, tennis, squash, horseshoes,
and swimming should be made at the
Intramural Sports Building by July
10.
All Campus Golf: All students in-
terested in participating in an all
campus golf tournament should turn
in qualifying score at the Club
House, University Golf Course by
July 10.
Union Service: The Congregation-
al Churches will unite for the service
Sunday morning at 10:45 o'clock in
the Presbyterian Church, Huron and
Division Streets.
Rev. Allison Ray Heaps, pastor of
the Congregational Church will be
the preacher. :His subject will be
"What is Right with the Church?"
First Methodist Church: Dr. Fisher
will preach on "Getting into Har-
mony with Oneself," at 10:45 a. m.
Wesley Hall: Student Guild at 6
p. m. Professor Howard Y. McClusky
will speak on "Religion and Mental
Hygiene." At 9:30 a. m., a class for
Students in the Summer Session.
Rev. Walton E. Cole of Toledo will
speak at the Unitarian Church Sun-
day morning at 10:45 on the subject
"Maintaining our Courage." Sunday
evening at 7:30 .Kendall Wood will
talk to the Liberal Students Union on
"The Last Year in Germany."
DRIVE ALONG RIVER 1,000 MILES
QUEBEC-()--The province of
Quebec now has what is probably
one of the longest river-side drives
in the world. With completion of a
new link in Highway No. 2 motor-
ists may travel from Ontario prov-
ince eastward along the shores of
the St. Lawrence river for more than
1,000 miles.
P. C. Rankin, of Jessamine county,
Ky., is bidding fpr his state's turkey
raising championship this year with
2,500 birds. ,

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