THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1927
DAIL'Y OFFICIAL, BULLETIN Foi
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Voume VIII WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1927 Number 9
3ursion No. 2: July 6:
'ord Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan, leaving in front of Angell Hall,
dnesday, July 6, at 1:15 P. M., in special motor busses. The inspection
r of the plant, including the main departments, will be made under fac-
y guides. The final assembly line, however, will not be in operation. A
v tickets are still available ($1.50) at Room 8, University Holl. Call this
rning (July, 6.) Those driving their own cars may follow the party, if
ired-or may meet it at the plant office.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.
At the Book Stores on the Campus
Pholosophy 110s, History of Ancient Philosophy:
This class will meet hereafter in Room 6, Angell Hall, instead of Room
401 Mason Hall.
G. S. Brett.
Phi Delta Kappa:
There will be an important meeting of Phi Delta Kappa in Room 302
of the Michigan Union tonight. The meeting will begin promptly at 7 o'clock,
All members of urged to attend.
R. D. MacNltt, President.
Excursion No. 3-Niagara Falls, July 8-11:
A representative of the D. & C. Line will be in Room 8, University Hall,
on Thursday, July 7, from 1:30 to 4:30 P. M. All those intending to go with
this party should purchase tickets from him during that time. The round-
trip ticket covering transportation by boat from Detroit to Buffalo, by rail
from Buffalo to Niagara Falls, through the Niagara Gorge, by rail from
Niagara Falls to Buffalo, and by boat from Buffalo to Detroit will cost
$12.35. Statierooms on the boat between Detroit and Baffalo will cost $4.00
per room, regardless of the number of occupants of the room. The rooms
are equipped with a double lower berth and a single upper berth; thus they
may be occupied by as many as three persons. Rooms for both the going
and the return journey should be purchased Thursday afternoon.
Parties of. two or three, as desired, should be arranged by Thursday
afternoon so that proper arrangements for stateroom accommodations may
A special rate of $1.50 for the round trip-between Ann Arbor and Detroit.
has been secured from the interurban line. These tickets are to be purchased
from the conductor after boarding the car Friday afternoon.
A special rate of $2.00 per person for the sleeping accommodations at
the Temperance House has been secured. This payment will be made Sunday
when checking out from the hotel.
Tickets for admission to the Cave of the Winds and for the ride of the
Maid of the Mist wil cost 85 cents and 50 cents respectively. These will be
purchased at the time of admission to the Cave and of boarding the boat.
Departure From Ann Arbor:
Special cars wil leave the corner of Packard and State Streets promptly
at 3:15 P. M.! Friday, July 8.
Professor Kirtley F. Mather.
Flight Attempted To United States From
Hawaii Ends In Failure As Plane Falls
(By Associated Press)t
MANA, Island of Kauai, Hawaii, The stunt flier took off at 5:24 'a.
July5.-The twisted runis of an air- in., yesterday in his third attempt to
plane, a broken-hearted aviator and head for the mainland. While still
a disappointed field staff were all that near the takeoff point, and before he
remained today of the transoceanic had headed his :plane directly west-
flight project of Richard Grace, Holly- ward, the tail of the monoplane was
wood stunt flier, who crashed to earth seen to flutter. Grace headed it back
here yesterday shortly after taking toward the beach runway and it nosed
oaf for a hop alone to California. earthward at an alarming speed.
The jinx which has haunted Grace Survivpr of 24 other air crashes,
virtually since he arrived and laid Grace managed to hold the monoplane
plans for the flight, permitted him to under partial control. But it struck
come out of it unhurt, but the plane bushes on the edge of the fild. The
was damaged. Whether he will at- !fuselage and one wing were smashed,
tempt to salvage his plane for an-' but the stunt flier crawled out of the
other attempt has not been determ- wreckage unhurt. He had been in the
med. Iair just 51 minutes.
William E. Easterwood, Jr., of Dal-
las, Tex., brother of the late Lieut.
Jesse L. "Red" Easterwood, American 4
ace, not only has offered to pay the
income tax on Captain Charles Lind-
bergh's $25,000 prize, but has posted
a prize of $25,000 for the first aviator
who flies from Dallas to Hong Kong,
China, or vice versa, in 155 hours. The
conditions of the flight include two
permissible stops, with, however, a
non-stop jump from Dallas to Hono-
ATHENS.-Earthquake shocks have
been experienced over large areas.
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