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June 24, 1935 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1935-06-24

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Debates New Plan

Purse Raised For 1935
Thompson Trophy Race
CLEVELAND, June 23. - (A') - L.
W. Greve, president of the National
Air Races of Cleveland, announced
today that the purse for the Thomp-
son Trophy Race has been increased
to $15,000 from $10,000.
He said efforts will be made for
the first time to obtain participation
of foreign planes in the race. The
Bendix trans-continental race purse
has been boosted from $10,000 to $12,-
000.
The races will be held Aug. 30 to
Sept. 2.

Newspaper Is Published
In Old Abandoned Boat
WARSAW, Mo., June 23. - (P) -
For more than 50 years the Benton
county Enterprise, a Missouri weekly
newspaper, has been published in the
hulk of an abandoned river boat at
Warsaw.
In 1881 the original owners of the
paper bought an old stern-driven
steamer which had ceased to ply the
Missouri and Osage rivers. They set
up an old press in the remodeled boat.
Since 1883, four generations of the
T. B. White family have lived in the
boat's cabins. "M. N. White, grandson
of T. B. White, is the present editor..

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-Associated Press Photo.
POPE PIUS NI
Army To Enlist 220 Men
For Service On July 1
Beginning July 1, approximately 220
men will be enlisted for the third ba-
tallion, second infantry, of the United
States Army, according to an an-
nouncement by Maj. Wharton G. In-
gram, regular army recruiting officer
for the state.
The third batallion is located at
Fort Brady, Sault Ste. Marie. Men
with or without prior military service
who meet the age, educational, moral,
physical and other requirements are
eligible for enlistment.
Further information may be ob-
tained by writing the recruiting sta-
tions at 631 Federal Bldg., Detroit, or
203 Post Office Bldg., Flint.

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