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GINS EDUCATIONAL I
[GN TO INFORM
PUBLIC *
May 23.-Far reaching
w the forests are under
by the Central States
ue according Ito David
President of the League,
calling attention to this
e by President Harding

as Forestry Week. "The forestry prob-
lem," said Mr. Goodwillie, "is of such
great size and importance to the Cen-
tral States that we have simply had to
go at the matter fundamentally and
along broad constructive lines. We
propose now a wide-spread campaign
of education through the eight states of
.Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Indiana, Ohio,
Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota,
which comprise the Central Forestry
League. In these states are over 50 mil-
lion acres of timberlands, unused and
unproductive. They are a terrible bur-
den upon us in these times of heavy
taxes, and the worst is, their area is
increasing instead of diminishing.
"At the same time the great wood-

using industries of the country whichj
largely center in' these states area
having to go farther and farther for
their supplies. To a large extent they
now go to the Pacific Coast. It comes
home to us in increased prices due to
the necessarily increased freight rates.
Every house we build, every piece of
furniture, every newspaper and every
book we buy, casts more, a great deal
more, because of this condition.
"In organizing# the Central Forestry
League we have endeavored to see this
problem in its true proportions and to
realize the big, earnest effort that must,
be put forth by the states and by the
people to get trees growing back on
the lands where they belong. We want
a great wave of enthusiasm for tree

MUSIC HOUSE EXHIBITS
HISTORIC=SONG BOOK'
Coming at a time of unusual interest
in musical matters is the appearance
in the window of the University Music
house of a copy of the first Michigan
song book. The historic.connection of]
this first book and the growth up to1
the present volume constitute an inter-
esting story.3
This first volume published in 18901
by Sheeans bookstore contained a
number of songs that are still favorites
on the campus. The words are by
Charles Gayley and Prof. F. N. Scott,
of the rhetoric department, while the
music is by A. A. Stanley,, now retiring
head of the School of Music.
In 1904 the copyright was purchased
by Hinds, Noble & Eldredge of New
York. They brought out one edition
of the boomi considerably enlarged
which lasted until 1915. In that year
the copyright was purchased by Mrs.
M. M. Root of Ann Arbor and was com-
bined with a number of other Michigan
songs, the copyrights of which had been
held by a number of individuals. The
new edition also contained a number
of hits from the preceding Union
Operas. Since that time the book has'
passed through five editions , and a

seventh will soon be on sale. All of
these editions have been increased by
the new songs as they same out and
by numbers from succeeding Operas.
HONOR MICHIGAN.
MAN IN CHINA
Garlands of flowers intertwined with
Maize and Blue ribbons and colored
Michigan shields acted as a pedestal
for the huge center piece of candy in
the form of the Michigan seal at the
banquet tendered to F. W. Stevens,
'87L, formierly an Ann Arbor lawyer
and now the American 'Consortium
representative, by the local graduates'
of the University at the Astor House,
Tientsin; China. Favors of postal
campus scenes and photographs of the
old and new presidents marked each
place.
Immediately after the dinner the
party adjourned to one of the hotel
drawing-rooms for an informal re-
union. Mr. H. B. Merrick introduced
the guest of the evening Mr. Stevens,'
who told of the various changes made
and contemplated at the University
and urged that the Michigan alumni
live their best in order to uphold the
high standard of Michigan ji China,
as elsewhere.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

"Michigan has the hip
death rate of any state
states a bulletin issued
board of health. "If (
to control diphtheria,'
article, "use.must be
on of every preventati
Dr. W. E. Forsythe,
University health serv
tioned concerning this
"The Michigan campu
for alarm regarding th
two cases of diphtheria
dents have come befor
this entire year and
these two cases cont
death rate."

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Fact---

It is an interesting

fact °that

we

planting.
"The problem has many phases.
Roadside tree planting is one. We
strongly endorse the planting of road-
side .memorial trees. The farmer's
wood lot is another phase of the ques-
tion. The great stretches of devastated1
timberlands is another and the largest
of all. We have in Illinois over three
million acres of timberlands much of
which is fire damaged and in very bad
condition."
Have ,you lost anything that you
prize very highly? The Classified
columns of The Michigan Daily are
always ready to serve you.-Adv.

are the only cleaners in Ann Arbor

Stevenson Appointed to I
William H. Stevenson,
dent of the experiment stati
Iowa State Agricultural co
been appointed permanent d
the United States to the Int
Institute of Agriculture at I
appointment was made to fl
cancy caused by the resig
Thomas .F. Hunt, Dean of
fornia Argicultural college.

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OFFICERS
E. D. KINNE..........President
HARRISON SOULE.. ...Vice-President
ROBERT F GAUSS..............Cashier
CHAS. F. GRUNER...........Asst. Cashier
IHARRY M. HAWLEY.........Asst. Cashier

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Waldo M. Abbot
S. W. Clarkson.
M. J. Fritz
Robt. F. Gauss
Harry M. Hawley
E. D. Kinne

DIRECTORS
Walter C. Mack
Geo. W. Patterson
D. B. Sutton
Erwin E. Schmid
Harrison Soule'
Frank A. Stivers

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