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VOL. VIII, No. 8


BY 330
Literary And Engineering College
Below Average, While Others
Show Marked Advance
According to announcement by Dea
Edward H. Kraus, head of the Summe
session, the largest enrollment eve
before reached has been attained i
the Summer school. The grand tota
including thie biolog*oal station i
3,652 students; this is greater tha
last year by 330.
Dean Kraus stated that the Graduat
school, Educational school and th
School of Business Administration
show the greatest increase over pre
vious years; while the Literary col
lege, Engineering College are slight
ly below the average. There is a
excessive amount of graduate wor
being done here this year as 28 pe
cent of the total number of student
are graduates. Of the 77 students a
the biological station 59 are graduates
and 18 are doing under graduat
The following is the list of the re
spective schools and colleges with th
number of students enrolled in each:
Literary college, 1,207; Graduat
school. 1,007; School of Education
$29; College of Engineering and Ar
chitecture, 345; Medical school, 250;
Law school, 158; College of Pharmacy
34; School of Business Administration
In addition to the regular enroll-
ment there have been 37 people regis-
ter for the 4Public Health Institutes
which are to be held each week end.
Dean Kraus expressed his belief that
the total would reach 3,700 before the
session expires, as there are some stu-
dents still registering.
Professor Kirtley F. Mather of the
geology department will give an Il-
lustrated lecture on the history and
development of Niagara Falls, Tues-
day, at 5 o'clock in the Natural Science
Prof. Mather announced that the
chief part of the lecture would con-
gist of the history of the falls with
special reference to the nature of the
region in determining the lapse of
time since the melting of the great ice
sheets. Reference will also be made
to the glacial and post-glacial period
of the Great Lakes region and to a
record of the life during these periods.
Slides will be shoewn of the falls 11-
lustrating the hard limestone forma-
tions, of which the region is composed,
and also views of the power develop-
ments which have taken place there.
In regard to the Niagara Falls ex-
cursion July 8-11 of which Prof. Ma-
ther is the head, he stated that over
twenty five students had already reg-
istered which is a very good showing
so far in advance of the trip. Plans
for the accommodation for members
of the party have been completed.
Prof. Mather urges that all those who
are contemplating on taking the ex-
cursion would find it to their advan-
tage to attend the lecture Tuesday.
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt.-The min-

istry of Communications of Egypt is
reported as planning a hydroplane
harbor to be constructed here.
Due to the legal holiday Mon-
day, no Daily will be published
Tuesday morning. The next is-
sue will be Wednesday morning,
July 6.
- r
-Has ascertained that it will be
fair and cooler today.

Rockford Players' first performance the hangings, pictures and furniture T
ofHay Fever" yesterday rambled colorful and well chosen, not the ,_ H N P f
somewhat erratically, from brilliant least part of the effectiveness of the
to not so brilliant up to its high spot, set being the lovely red haired Helen
the last line in the second act, "Don't Hughes. Robert Henderson also did FROM SEA LANDING
O strike! He's your father." From our his part by lying unobtrusively on his
first glimpse of the tempermental elbows on the floor. After a second A l1ENT . Al A1VAL ii ::Wt2:IOF AC'OSTA SUFFERS FRACTURE;
Bliss family to the last sight of them'or so of this, Helen and Robert begin T A AN F Ul T OTIERS AT THE ED(E OF
resolving into storm, it was somewhat a dialogue in which it comes out that' i ITOL (A...4r;. EXIAUSTION
L uncertain whether the scene would the Bliss family is very much different -
be sparkling or whether it would be from other families; different, that is, IIT BY C PANIN FLYER BYRD PLANS POLAR a.ntrT
es fiat as a day old Coco-cola. The gene- in that they are much ruder and more
ral impression among the company self centered than the other families 1 > aIt ; t I s S oIIFliers Acclaimed As Commander Gives
seemed to be that the more of them of their acquaintance. They also dis- I .Tt' P- 't To 1 nd or Flag To President )ouulergue,
there were on the stage at once the close, with the aid of mother Judith Q'anadin Celebration Tells Story Of Flight
tn easier it would be for them to enter Bliss, who comes in trailing rusticity ( A i P
r into their parts. There were enough on her galoshes, and father David (l y Assn iated Press) (By Associated press)
r really good spots in the piece though, Bliss, that there are four guests com- OTTAWA, July 2.-Tragedyimarked PARIS, July 2.-The companions of
n to make up for all that seemed a bit ing down to see them for the week- th, arrival here this afternoon of Col- Commander Byrd on his prospective
J, rough. end, whom they don't know where to on l Charles A. Lindbergh to attend South Pole flight will be the same as
Is' Considered as tableau the first few put nor what to feed. The guests
Abosdrda ala tefrtfwptnrwatt ed h usste Canadi+n fDiamond Jubilee celebra- I originally planned for his trans-At-
n moments of the farce were delightful, come: Sandy Tyrell, a pugilist, the i C lnicicrosy lod Bernett whse
The stage was set to resemble a living admirer of Judith Bliss; Myra Arun- tic, when one of the airmen accom-- lantic cross. Floyd Bennett, whose
e room in an English country home: del, the exciter of Simon Bliss's ado- paring him fell to his death. Place, when he was injured, was tak-
e lescent fancy; Richard Greatham, a It t a~ while the snairon was cir-- Col. C(lii es A. Lindbergh en by Acosta, and who, it is expected,
TEdiplomat, and Jackie Coryton, a cling over the fed that the plane driv- 1 r ft Y non-stop New York by that time will have recovered suf-
-Lgawking school girl, friend of Sorel ) orislight, who arrived in Ottawa ficiently, will resume his place with
- and Davd Bliss. fter ther arrivalen I I l'U "O 4-i lTiad Johnson, of m- the Canadian dominion celebration1ginlwl euehspaewt
- anhDavig liss.rteAtedtsheirarivalSe- ri e 1''a?,,:11l.., .t er flying from Selfridge field, Byrd, Noville and Balchen.
Tthe guests are treated to such a se-j
n ries of melodramatic, witty, misun- crashed. Thie' u i reat conusion lchigan, yesterday. This, it was explained by H. A. Gib-
kAderstood and temperamental scenes around i ti fi elPI d,anda - ~~~-w-s-- bons today, is well understood by
r that they are completely dismayed and -f[eTitw-everybody concerned, and involves no
Oil-Coated Redwood Eliminates Paint; leave in tarror early the next morning, isled tii hE pilot had been killed.f riction whatever.
t Entrance, Approaches To Bowl Elsie Herndon Kearns, as Judith Lieutenant .ohinsoni1 Xas the only oc- Speaking with the correspondents
s Bliss, understood her part to perfec- I'palt of ihe amiashca plane. Wiinlirnii QI [
e tion. As an actress whose first thought Colonel Lindbergh, who had already this evening, Commander Byrd told
PLAN SMALL GOLF PLOT and one passion is acting, she car- landed in lis trans-Atlantic plane, the ___ b utim ols hopes of exploring the
- ried off her scenes, of the most moist Spirit of St Louis, went to the spOt ri We 's South pole from the air.
e Redwood from California is to be melodrama, in a ludicrous and excel- and viewed the wrreck age before tak- i First T
used for seats in the new stadium. lent fashion. Robert Henderson, who' ing his plare at the hieed of the pro- "orfit Wni me 1907 eMay oeARtS, July 2.-After undergotln.
The lumber is now being received and has done Simon Bliss before, was cess Al w1hc famed to escort S0the violent shock of French joy ta
is being stored under the east bleach- thoroughly at home in his part. Paul him th capitol succeeded a night of anguish as to
ers until such a time as it is needed. Faust seems to show a great deal : ideik .m ddens 9iid ergh C ET DOWNS BOROTRA their fate, Commander Richard E.
The wood, a deep red in color, will of versatility, first by his excellent His famous smile was replaced by (y Associated Pres) Atla lane s mra" began tak-
not need to be painted contractors acting in "The Butter and Egg Man," an expression of sadness, which was WIMtLEDON, Eng uly 2-The ing stockplane Aftmerica began tak-
say, a coat of oil making it indestruc- and now by his handling of the un- reflected over the entire crowd of United States was >resented with an- that the victory over adverse elements
tible and proof against weather as- promising role of Sandy Tyrell, pugi- thotuands of people who witnessedtoy Msa notrsm
Sault.r verseasoictorystdayebyfMsshe hadnot beengained without consid-
sault. It also lacks one of the unde- list. Amy Loomis, as the school girl, the accident. Alt the other plane, lielri Wills sole American to emerge reable damage to the men.
sirable qualities of some pine woods, characteristically does all that can be whicl had escorted Lindbergh fron undefeated from the singles of Wi- Following an early afternoon rece
ithat it ds not exude pitch under done for this part, and it seems a very Selfridge field, landed safely. j hiedon's famous lavn tenns tourna- tion i10n a rai tht
e e sun. great pity that she can't have roles Accordmig to the aviator in the plane I nent ngAa gien Lend-
The wooden seats will be placed on of more importance. Frances Horine i immediately behind that. of Lieutenant " Hele" c aree,-Co ne Rica E lera
iron stands secured to the concrete as Myra Arundel the vampire, has one JOhson, the latter's machine, which a decisive victoy over th cool,scored I ert Aco1umander Richard E. Byrd
with bolts placed at the time of the more of the things that she can really had lbeen cilrctling with the others riia E"lia de Alverez, Spanish chain- hl tal £1 an erexainto to
pouring. do and do well. It is with the rest of over the field, dipped suddenly asI pion, in straight sets, in 6-2, 6-4, thus d
East Entrance Takes Shape the cast, Helen Hughes, as Sorel Bliss, though preparing to land. However, . , etemine whether they suffered any
The east entrance to the stadium the Samuel Bonnell, the diplomat, that instee:c of continuing downward, itbe he tit n 2 yer.a y Sutfco "the Nomadyoter
is aigsaeadwl evr t the uncertainty of the piece lay, andi rose to resume its posiion in th'(aca'r.Bndahee ti t e-~rOecl
tractive inappearance. A stairway, they did extremely well when the adn formation. w Mrs. Bundy, achieved it in at Ver-Sar ealy yesterday.
on each side of the tunnel down to other players were there to give them rahue i Opea:inatioshowedAcostato
the fThebllenielsingles title hewgsttaknI.' sufem lg from a fractured collar-
the football field, rises to the height confidence, but when they had to take The ilot; behind, not anti(cipealeinby Henri Cildtt conqueror of Wi- ane, meaning mthat he must wear-his
of the openings into the stadium. It a large part of the scene upon them- this, oan into Johnson's plane. ..1 - 1x nr Tie tr vco ryor Jea W le barm, m a sing hle m ader
is only on this side that patrons do selves they seemed a little bit in the ing the tal violently upward. The Bo .trlde. His victory over Jean left arm is a sling, while Commander
not enter the stadium from the top. air about what to do. Norma Mans- machir e immediately went into a iiO.e "Toreer Muskters ofteFechixras afv-eu-snpeers tig and ene fromso-ha
Between the two stairways is the~ae
Bewen hetw saiwas s hefield was a particularly Clara-like Idive, ci a height of only about 100 feet. uskeeer'simila to these, -fa caule farst a prsrbsed for thenex
arch of the tunnel. On each side of maid both in gesture and in speech. Lieenant Johnson swung i f i similar to the sei-final ial affairs was prescribed for the next
the tunnel, part of the rooms being clear, 'it tlere was not time for hAs l iday5.
under the stariway, are dressing FiN L R pthetd oariu n rmer American chamion. :ve p Flag To France
rooms, one for the home and one for Fstrucithe round. Ti score was 4-6, 4-0, 6-3, 6-4, 7-- hey then hurried to the Elysee
PREDICTED FOR tColi tl rond.s hs ils and Miss Ryan have w.' se Commander Byrd pre-
theL vistigEea. oi ARLnderhAscr reache l ,>> semi-finals in the women s ented lo President Doumergue, of
Roadways around the stadium are M DL W ST AR A of 12 riny airplanes arived ovor thenlsm m nn sae -Pesdn Dueguo
almost completed, gravel being used Canac; in capital at 1:13. Flyhng in doubl( s ad play Misses Katie McCane France. a copy of the first American
in the construction. One long, sweep- (By Associated Press) t of his escoil, th nerican God. ey a-d Bettie Nuttall Monday. ig, radoe by a great-grand niece of
ing drive leads in from the M-17 cut- After three days of record heat, the rn tlti fli (rricefu l Ai LO'O Ieine an M-ls J. Pea- Betsy Ross, which lie had carried with
off, while another one leads directly cool weather which will probably last Iover ke city and circled the parhia c i of South Africa have already en- hint on his trans-Atlantic flight from
east to the Ann Arbor railway tracks. over the holiday of the 4th of July, teoit y victory te ;iOri jv ced- tered the finals. ;h United States, and which had been
The one hundred foot wide street has come as a welcome relief to many. iing to the landing fild. I Iuter and Miss Ryan will play Ialvaged fron the wrecked "America."
leading north and connecting with' But the heat wave has left its toll Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Lyceit -n the ' efaa h~ eus fRda
lai no toaicon sretn hBt wv ts(c arter-finals of the mixed doubles. 1he flag, at th reuest of Rodman
streets leading to Main street one way over this section of the country. jWA HINTON , July 2. -Lieutenant -amnamaker, sponsor of the flight, will
and State street on the other is also At least 27 deaths in Michigan dur- Thad Johnson, Selfridge field pilot, .he United States, after winning one ire consecrated at the tomb of La-
graded and is now being surfaced. ing the past three days have been laid killed at Ottawa, had served for nearly single championship, thus has a ayette and will then be taken back
Prepare Golf Holes to the heat wave which .has gripped 10 yeiIs i the ary air se vice. Te cltnce to carry Off the bhue ribbon to Indeperdnce hall, Philadelphia, as
In a four or five acre grass plot the state since Wednesday. Detroit's began in the original air service whe sir Othler three catagories. a mmor:al to the friendship between
to the east of the south end of the death toll today was 17, while 10 it was a branch of the signal cok,-France and the United States.
stadium, Director Yost is planning a deaths were reported in five other enlisting in Auust, 1917. lie was I!N 7^IS m FNTRI fS IN fresident Doumergue, on behalf of
few short golf holes for approaching Michigan cities.f I commissioned a first lieutenant in ' ( OF TOURNE Y ARE the Frenph republic, received the four
and putting practice. The field al- In addition to the 17 deaths from July, 1920, and since then has served TA KEN NEXT WEEK American airmen and congratulated
hetprs_____ad rm rwnn them on their flight. Byrd and Acosta
ready has been seeded to grass and heat prostrations and from drowning at various air stations. He was btrn
construction of the greens will fol- while seeking relief from the blister- in Texas in July, 1893. Eiry may now be made in the an- were met at the palace by Lieutenant
low shortly, according to statements ing rays of the sun, 31 persons have War departme-nt records give only nu l summer tennis tournament for George O. Noville and Lieutenant Bert
of the men who are working on the been overcome and are being treated tie name of his wie, nee Edith Nay- men which s being sponsored by Balchen, and all four were presented
small course. in Detroit hospitals. Ilor, deceased, whole heme was u Qe ge J. Moe, Ann Arbor sporting to President Doumergue by Charge
Weather conditions were so favor- Menominee, in the upper peninsula lsackwell, Okla. good dealer. The fee for entry is d'Affaires Sheldon Whitehouse, who
able to the starting of the sod on thel reported the third death in-as many twenty-ive cents, which partly pro- is in charge of the American embassy

new stadium that mowing machines days Friday night. Battle Creek re-
weaedht f at rer- NEIV FIELD HOUSE vides for the medals awarded to the in the absence of Abassador Herrick
were called into action less than ten ported one death from heat prostra~fitar second in pingles and to the in the United States.
days from the time the sod was laid. tion, and Saginaw's toll of deaths was CIONTRACTS LE T winning pair in doubles. The matches Byrd Recounts Flight
Two different rains, one of 18 hours four. will be played on the Ferry field courts "I congratulate you with all my
duration and the other of seven or Escanaba reported one drowning, Final contracts for the building of, aid will probably begin Monday, July heart upon the fortitude with which
eight were factors in the early growth. while Thomas Clayton, postmaster at the new Intra-mural Sports Field 11 Registration, which is to be made you overcame almpst insurmountable
Hand mowers were used for the first National Mine, near Ispheming, was House will be let about July 1, c- I at Moe's store on North Univer- obstacles," President Doumergue said,
clipping instead cf the usual power killed by lightning during a thunder cording to Fieldg H. Yost, director I sy, will last all of next week, the and then asked Commander Byrd for
machines. storm Friday night. of Intercollegiate Athletics. The steel ai eing taken care of on Sat- details of the flight.
rCEShowers Bring Relief contr t has already been ' anlrday, July 9, by Dr. G. A. May, di Commander Byrd repeated briefly
DIRECTORYNSLE Thunder showers, sweeping out of work on this part of the co nstruci onI
orectoIr of Waterman gymnasium. All the outstanding features, and then pre-
OPENS WEDNESDA the west at dusk Friday night, washed will I gin shortly. I a a s of the summer school ented the flag to the president.
away the three-day heat wave, reports The new field house will be 450 are eligible. Most of Paris had left the city for
Student Directories for the Summer from Chicago say. I feet long and 110 feet wide, which is thwe-ednth__tatrn_
sessio_____eplaedonsale_____s the week-end in the late afternoon
session wil be placed on sale Wednes- As the rain fell, so did the tempera- 100 fett longer Lat more than 100 feet SOCIAL 1ANCING INSTRUCTION and only a small crowd was on hand
day morning, according to an an- ture, the mercury dropping from the narrower than the prmwet Zo-t 'le hiELD IN BARBOUR GUMNASIUM~ to cheer when the aviators drove up
nouncement made by T. D. Olmsted, blistering nineties to the comfortable House. The building is to be erected --- - to the palace, and when they left a
Jr., '27, publisher of the book. seventies. In Chicago, the day's high on the site of the north stands of the Instruction in social dancing for half hour later.
The directory will contain the name, temperature was 94, but with the rain, old stadium, an i will cocatain a largen and women will be given in I ar- After the ceremony the fliers went
Ann Arbor address, telephone number the reading dropped to 70. pool, an auxiliary gymnasium, 100 bour gymnasium each Tuesday and straight to their hotel for rest and
and home town of all students regis- Half a hundred Chicago deaths durr feet b,- 50 feet, four basetball iloois,, Thursday' evening from 7 to 8 o'clock, sleep.
tered. A special effort has been made ing the three torrid days were ascrib- four irdoor baseball diamonds, two in- beginning July 5. The fee for six les- Arriving here shortly after noon
to include all those who registered b ed directly to the heat. Twenty-three door t nnis courts, 20 handball courts, sons is $1.50, to be paid at the first from Caen, where they spent the
yesterday. The cover this year will of these occurred Friday. A dozen 14 squash courts, and facilities for lesson. Those interested are requested night as the guests of the provin-
be of manila. The price of the book more deaths were due indirectly to the wrestling, fencing, boxing and indoor to enroll on or before Tuesday even- cial government, the four fiers were
will be 85 cents. high temperature. golf. ing. nearly overcome by Paris, welcome.

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