THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1927
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1927
SPOKANE TO HAVE and baggy trousers. The most desir-
AIR TOURNAMENT ed is that which enables one to see a
joke on himself and the funny side
(Crt of a serious situation. She commends
(Exclusive Central Press Dispatch) the last to teachers annoyed by unruly
CHEYENNE, Wyo., June 30.-Every children of doting parents.
$60,000 air derby from New York City
to Spokane, Wash., another flight from UNCLAIMED MAIL HELD
San Francisco to Spokane, both cou-I
pled with the National Air Races, The office of the Summer Session
will make this city the scene of the has mail addressed to the following
greatest aeronautical event in the students and others:
United States this year. Plans for the A, M. Babbit, Robert E. Barney, W.
meeting, which is to egi eSeptembe H. Bartlett, H. A. Beam, F. H. Bittel,
19 and last six days, have been ap-
proved by the contest board of the l Clark Boyd, G. L. Calvert, Arthur E.
National Aeronautical Association at Carr, Frederick D. Garver, Edwin H.
Washington, D. C. Chamberlain, Andrew Cook, Hibbert
Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh, Corey, R. H. Cunliffe, C. F. Fazel, Al-
Lieutenant Commander Richard E. len Bennett Forsberg, Nancy Fry,
Byrd, and other famous airmen, are
looked upon as probable competitors Professor R. Haynes, James S. Hine,
for the capital prize of $25,000 offered Sam Holt, Gertrude Jones, Professor
for the first plane to reach Spokane Kerner, C. B. Kinyon, Dr. Kudner,
from New York City. Major Jack T. Clyde Kyle, Dr. John Landwall, Sterl-
Fancher, commander of the Spokane f ing eLonard, Ben William Lewis,
National Guard flying squadron, has Gordon McCurdy, Charles Muscat, Ed-
secured Lindenbergh's promise that ward Perez, Elizabeth Rabinoff, Ed-
he'll be in Spokane for the races if ward T. Ramsdell, Joseph W. Rice,
"it is humanly possible." C. 11. Richardson, Richard A. Robb,
Four Big Events Edward S. Rogers, Professor John
Four premier aeronautical. events, Ruf, A. Sarvi, Gilbert C. Scoggin,
all of them outstanding in the realm Anna L. Sebring, William E. Seifriz,
of aviation, are scheduled to be held. Norman Taylor, Hubert L. Thornton,
The first the National Air Derby Professor Trentoline, Mrs. Stanley
from New York to Spokane and a Walterz, Edwin O. Weaver, Ingle B.
shorter flight from San Francisco to Whinery, Marion Willson, Clarence
Spokane. The hop-off for both is ' W.Vientmore, Tanzo Yoshinaga, Pro-
scheduled for September 19, giving the Lessor Stanislas J. A. Zwierchowski.
competitors plenty of time to arrive
for the races. SWIMMING INSTRUCTOR
Second on the program are the Na- FOR WOMEN IS CHOSEN
tional Air Races, one of the most fa- I
mous air speed contests of the world. Announcement has been made of the
These are scheduled for September 23 appointment of Miss Josephine
and 24. Schmid, a graduate of the Sargent
The third event is the flying circus school of Physical Education, to the
with many of the most noted aviators position . of swimming instructor for
of the country participating. women at the Union pool. Miss
And the fourth event is a display of Schmid wil take charge of the two ad-
airplanes and aeronautical equipment. vanced classes meeting at 9 and 10
Limited to Commercial Planes o'clock daily, except Saturday. The
The New York to Spokane Air Der- pool will also be open to the women
by is the first transtontinental race each Thursday evening from 7 to 10
limited to commercial airplanes. In o'clock. No instruction will be given
the last transcontinental race, held in ( in the evenings, but a life-guard will
1919 from New York to San Francis- be present.
co, virtually every plane was a mili- There are still a few vacancies in
tary ship flown by a military pilot. these two classes. The fee for the
The flying distance for the National Utnion pool is $5 for 25 swims. The
Derby is approximately 3,300 miles quota is filled for the beginning
while that for the shorter flight, San courses.
Francisco to Spokane, is 1,100.
TEACHERS NEED Physical Education
TWO MORE SENSES Enrollment Exceeds
That Of Last Year
HOLD SECOND TEA
The second of the daily open-housel
teas will be held in Barbour gymna-
sium this afternoon at 5:30 o'clock.
All women of the University are in-
vited to be the guests of the Women's
League at these informal afternoon
gatherings. The parlors of the gym-
nasium are always open to any woman
who may wish to use them.
FOR RENT-One double and two
single rooms. Nice, cool, well ven-
tilated, located one block south of
Clements Library, at 912 Monroe.
Phone 8741. 4,5,6
I SUMMER SCHOOL
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
FOR RENT-Two singles and one
suite. Two blocks from campus.
Continuous hot water, 311 Thomp-
son. 6, 7 and 8
FOR RENT-Double or single rooms.
Use of entire house. Phone 21655.
FOR SALE-- 1923 Ford touring. Good
condition. Five tires. Call 9571.
LOST-Glasses case containing
es, fountain pen and purse.
22217 for Virginia Pantsell.
LOST-Small white kid purse on
State street. Phone 3318. 5,6,7
-WANTED-Meals in private home
for eight men. Call 5618. 4,5,6
WANTED--To get in touch with stu-
dent anxious to earn a little money.
No selling. Dial 7237. 6, 7
WANTED - Student to work for
meals. Apply Foster's Tea Room,
215 S. State. - 6, 7, 8
YOU CAN LEARN typewriting, short-
hand, or bookkeeping. Morning
classes now forming. Individual
instruction. Hamilton Business Col-
lege, State and Williams Sts.
6, 7, 8, 9
L. C. SMITH
0. D. MORRILL, Dealer
L. C. Smith and Corona
17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE MICHIGAN SUMMER DAILY
senses, but a successful teacher needs Enrollment exceeding that of last
two more, a sense of humor and com- year has been reported in all physical
mon sense, believes Mrs. Katherine education courses by Coach Fielding
A. Morton, late superintendent of pub- I 1. Yost, director of intercollegiate
lie instruction of Wyoming. When athletics. In the coaching school, un-
Gov. Nellie Taylor Ross was defeated der Coach Yost, more than 90 have
last fall, Mrs. Morton led the opposite registered so far, and it is expected
ticket and as a result is assured of that the enrollment will pass 100, as
twelve years of office. conpared with a total of 89 last year.
Mrs. Morton divides humor into Of those enrolled in the coaching
three classes-the elemental includes school, 17 are from Michigan, eight
red noses, odoriferous cheeses, moth- from Ohio, six from South Carolina,
ers-inlaw, sausages, fat persons and six from Indiana, five from Iowa, four
drunken mien. The next higher is il- from Ilinois, while the rest represent
lustrated by Charlie Chaplin's walk more than 17 other states.
The pioneer portable
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O. D. MORRILL, Dealerl
L. C. Smith and Corona
17 Nickels Arcade Phone 661
The Coolest Eatnig Place
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