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N, JULY 2, 1927

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

Route Of Co mmercial Fliers For Ford Trophy
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The map above shows the route of the 24 commercial planes entered in the National Air Tour for the Edsel
B. Ford Reliability trophy and $20,000 cash prizes. Edward P. Warner, left, secretary of the aeronautical divi-
sion of the U. S. Navy, and William P. McCracken, right, assistant secretary of the Department of Commerce, in
charge of aviation, are the official representatives of the United States government on the flight.

STA IU WILL BE FRANCE TO ISSUE GIRL FAILS IN
PEADY FOR FIRST LINDBERGH MEDAL) NINE MILE SWIM
GA RNEXT FALL PRS J--. edlcm
L PARIS, July 2.-A medal cor- NORFQLK, Va., July 2.-Ruth Kith-
W on the new stadium is pro- memorating Col. Charles A. Lind- en, 15-year-old Marryland girl at-
guessing rapidly, according to Coach bergh's flight from New York to Par- tempting to swim the nine miles be-
Fielding H1. Yost, director of intercol- is has been ordered struck by the tween the Virginia coast, permitted
leI te 1* French g.overnment. The design
legiate athletics, and is now moreFrnh genm t. Te dsg her accompanying boat to }pick here
shows, on one side, the head of the I
than two weeks ahead of contract flyer, and on the other an outline of u today when only about halt a mile
time. If the work continues at the the continents of North America and from her destination to prevent the
present rate, it will have been com- E urope, on which the route of Lind- tide from sweeping her into the At-
pleted more than four weeks ahead bergh's flight is traced. lantic.
of schedule. The contract calls for - -- - -- - - - - - - ---it c m l on b O .1, u it s d p
its completion by (Jet. 1, but it is hoped r
that it can be finished by Sept. 1. ,';.W. t t Q lt7C"01 CV 1CC
The s d for the playing field has

TOUR PLANES LAND PRESIDENT LITTLE suits. He will spend the greater part
BY PHILADELPHIA SAILS TO ENGLAND of the summer there.
In early September Dr. Little will
PHILADELPHIA, July 2.-Thirteen President Clarence Cook Little sails take part in the World Population
airplanes entered in the third annual today from New York City on the Congress at Geneva, Switzerland, and
national air tour landed on Pitcairn liner "Homeric" for Southampton, on September 3 will sail from Cher-
Flying Field at Horsham, 17 miles England. bourgh on the "Aquitania" for the
north of Philadelphia, during the noon The president will spend a short United States.
hour today. time in Epgland and after joining his Two 13 year old "swimming twins,"
One plaie was missing. It is the wife, who is at present in France, he Bernice and Phyllis Zitenfelt of New
Eaglerock, of the Alexander Aircraft will go to Faroe islands. On these York City, swam 14 miles in five hours
corporation of Denver. It is believed islands Dr. Little intends to collect last Thursday in the first lap of their
to have been forced down between a certain species of mice to be used watery journey from Albany to New
Long Island and this city. in carrying out his biological pur- York via the Hudson river.

Been laid, and will have ample time
to be put in shape before the first
game, Mr. Yost said. He explained
that there will be no running track
and except for a border of grass, the
seats will rise directly from the field.1
There will be no benches on the field.
The automobile roads and ap-
proaches to the bowl are rapidly
nearing completion, it was stated. The
new structure will be dedicated at
the Ohio State game Oct. 22, although
it -will be completed for the first twoI
games, with Ohio Weslyan Oct. 1, andt
Michigan State college Oct. 8. Other1
games on the fall schedule are as
follows: Oct. 15, Wisconsin at Madi-
son; Oct. 29, Illinois, Urbana; Nov.
5, Chicago at Chicago; Nov. 12, Navyj
at Ann Arbor; and Nov. 19, Minnesota
at Ann Arbor.
FIRST METHODIST
10:30 A. M.- Morning worship.
Sermon, "The Authority of'
Christ," by Rev. W. C. Pel-j
lowe.
12:00-Student Bible Class at Wes-
ley Hall.j
6:00 P. M.-Guild devotional meet-
ing at Wesley Hall.
8:00 P. M.-Evening church ser-
vcie. Sermon: "The Beauty
of' Iighlteoiisness," by Rev.
Parley Bingham. Pulpit edi-
torial: "Is ieno"atuional.
ism a Goo;d Thin ,

PRESBYTERIAN
huron ad Division Streets
Merle H. Anderson, )Iinister
9:30--Church school.
10:45-Dr. George Emerson Barnes
of Overbrook, Philadelphia,
will preach.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper
for young people. Summer
School students especially
invited.
6:30-Young People's Society
meeting. Good fellowship.
Live discussions.

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THE UNITARIAN CHURCH ? FIRST BAPTIST CIURCuI
State and Huron Sts.
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
Siday, July 3, 1927
4 .M9:0-bible School.
10:45 A. M.
"The Story of American Liberal-
ism-The Middle of the Nine- 10:45-Morning worship. Sermon
teenth Century." subject: "God In Our Ideal."
This church will b3 open until Mr. Sayles will preach,
and including July 17. A cordial
welcome is extended to students
in the Summer School, for the 12:40--Class for students in
next three sundays. church, led by Mr. Sayles.

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