THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
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Home To Ann Arbor
In these days, when all cities of the
world are trying to claim some con-
nection with "Lindy," Ann Arbor must
take the opportunity to put in its bid
for fame. Of course now the same
cities will spend their time trying to
prove that Maitland or Byrd was born
in their regions, but Lindbergh isn't
quite forgotten yet.f
Undoubtedly Col. Lindbergh owes !
his success to the fact that his father
and mother were both Michigan
graduates and that he himself lived
here only one year of his life. In the
fall of 1895, a timid little coed applied
for a room at the home of Mrs. Hen-
ion, 527 Thompson street. That same
fall the rushing chairman for Sorosis,
on the outlook for promising material,
succeeded in pledging the future
mother of the now world famous avi-
ator. Her college career seems to
have been of the safe and sane varie-
ty, as her landlady says that she
always came home early in the even-i
ings-presumably to study. After;
graduation in 1899, Miss Evangeline
Land, for that was Mrs. Lindbergh'sl
maiden name, went to Minnesota to l
teach school. There she met MrI
Lindbergh, to whom she was mar-
ried later in Detroit.
Mr. Lindbergh, senior, graduated in
the Law class of 1883. The records
now on file in the Law school show
that he came from Melrose, Minneso-
ta, entering in the fall of 1881. The.
records also show that when a second-
year student in the department he l
occupied lecture seat number 258. He
must have done well that year, be-1
cause the following year he was al- i
lowed to move forward to seat num- f
her 92. The Law faculty are consid-!
ering the advisability of putting theseI
two seats in a glass case as an in-I
spiration for future Law students whof
are contemplating marriage. The files
do not show any of Mr. Lindbergh's
grades while at the University, but1
since he was given a diploma, wet
judge that he must have passed mostt
of his courses.
Later, while Mr. Lindbergh was run-
ning for Congress in Minnesota, Mrs.
Lindbergh and Charles, Jr., then sev-
en years old, came to Ann Arbor to
spenid the winter. Charles was given
full freedom to do as he liked, being
an only son. Statistics are not avail-
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Lieutenant Leigh Wade, one of the three pilots who circled the globe,
in 1924, and Linton Wells, newspaperman and holder of the 'round-the-
world record of 28 days and 14 hours, are planning another globe-circling
flight-which they hope to make in 15 days. The hop-off is scheduled for
the latter part of July when Wade and Wells, accompanied by a radio op-
erator and navigator, will fly west from New York. They expect to take
the United States in one hop, the Pacific ocean in three, and thence
across Siberia, Russia, Germany, England, Ireland, and the Atlantic ocean.
Our friends, when re-
turning to Ann Arbor,
always drop in for our
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able as to how many cellar doors he
slid down during his year in Ann
Arbor, or how many windows he
broke playing ball in various people's
back yards, but evidently he was suf-
ficiently "alive and kicking" to leave
remembrances among many of his old
neighbors--not that he was the neigh-
borhood nuisance, but he was far
from "shy and undemonstrative."
(Apologies to the late Clippy).
Since Col. Lindbergh's father and
mother are alumni, it is reported that
the Regents are tendering an invita-
tion to Charles to attend the Univer-
sity, and they will undoubtedly guar-
antee that he will be more sympatheti-
cally received by the faculty of
Michigan than he seems to have been
FIRST ANN ARBO
TRIP TOBE MAD
Starting at the library steps at 2
today the first trip of the Summ
session will be led through Ann Arb
by Carlton Wells of the rhetorice
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partment. Those taking the trip will
ride through the important and in-
teresting parts of the city and out
into some of the more frequented
country, which is close to town. The
trip is planned primarily for those
students who know nothing of the
town but all are welcome.
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