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TF4F M164MAN DATLY

TVENDAY, DECEMBEIR 8, 192 )

. '.:F . .: ___ Tie-IF MTai-IT.AM f1Y LA1L 1 . AY.DEEMER ."-2

URGEIS CHRISTMAS
TREE CULTIVATION

Facisti Movement Gains Strength In England

NE'N INSPECTION

Nearly Third Of College M6n
Support Selves 1Author Clairns-

31. S. C. 1Professor Believes
" ergreen Supply ('oldI
Intexliaiistaltle

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WOULD* USE WASTE LAXND
(By Associated Press)
EAST LANSING, Dec. 7.- Michi-
gan's supply of Christmas trees for1
state and national markets might eats-!
ily become inexhaustible if the state'sj
waste lands were utilizedI fully, Prof.
A. K. Chittenden, head of the for est ry
department of Michigant State college
believes.
Professor Chittenden believes the
growing of evergreens for the Christ-
mas markets on cut-over lands could;
be made a profitable business wvithout.
fear of damage to the forests 0f the
state, or conflict with the state's re-
forestation program.
Lind Otl'erwise FUnfit
Many acres in the southern patrt of!1
the state where the land is too floor
for cultivation and in other sectiions of
the state where att empts to plant fruit
trees and raise crops have failed.
could-be ?flanted with evergreens pr o-
fitably, he thinks.
Professor Chittenden suggests that
Norway spruce andl varieties of ibal-
sam, desirable as Christmas trees be-
cause of their symmetry and color,
could be planted 2,800 or 3,000 l)C1
acre, and the cut-over andl waste lands
,converted into sightly and valuable
acreage.
The waste of valuable timber, now
cut and slashed by the Christmas tree
hunters in the northern sections of
the state, could be stopped by wise leg-
islation, he states. A certain amount
of thinning in the volunteer growths
is desirable, he believes, if lone by
those who understand and respect the
necessity for maintaining sonme stands
of timber.

UOI U I LIVI nfU U 1 I LUI "Almost a third of the sttuots now 'support themselves' entirely or lparti-
enrolled in Qur.colleges are support- ally, a dean of a large university says<.
ntering Student s Living Neair City ingt;themselves entirely or partially,", Due to this fact, every college in the
'Wiill Be(A1ClPyil Extm says taymondl F. Sullivan, author of country (iscourages the p)olicy of self-
Duinig Snnne the book. "How to Wvork Your Way support, though students who havet
,rrpg College." !assurance of employment for room
REDU ES C NGES ION results of investigations show that and board are frequently adlmitted.
RED CESCON ESTON it is possible, for. a student to earn "A student who wvorks his way'
______ his way through college. 1111 omeI hrough college misses a large part of
In an effort to elimninate congestion cases, freshmen have arrived in their; that loafing which is a charm, if a
iring the fall registration period, I college town with hardly enough for itemttoo olgelfadih
niversity officials yesterday ar- ,the nest (lays' meals and still managed is the foundation of the best friendt-
)uncetl the adoption of a new plan r to struggle through college. Records ships," thze writer concludes. k

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toy giving miedwicalacct physical examn
inations to entering students.
!All students living within a reason-
able distance of Ann Arbor. and thoseE'
planning to visit the city before the
opening Of the registration period,;
will Abe asked to report to the Health!
service for the examin ation sometime
duping the summer. Notification of
the plan will be sent to each enter-
ing student. Students will be exam-a
fined at the Health service from 1 to 2
o'clock on week days, except Saturday.
during the summer.
Men and Women j
'A FIRST -MCASS Frank C.Ca rk
European TOUR

prove, however, that this is unwise,"
the writer says.
The percentage of failures in col-
lege is greatest amlong studjents who

{SANTIAGO.--Juana Sanhu eza, 100,
is declared to be the oldest vondor p#'
newspapers in the city.

CLEAN CLOTHES!
Send your things to us and they will be re-
turned in excellent condition, Once a customer,
always a customer.
The MOE LAUNDY

Eng1K .'la .nd('s iai.teni ion S :i oused oin
the growthb of tIll'Biti sh IPa scistic ("r-
ganization xviiichli, becauise of iuci ea s-
Ilig-11nber cof ditsur~ances catised lby
Rieds, is becoming anl import ant factor
iin public activities. The photo at the
101) shows Al. Evi C, on c f the leaders,
adIdresinlg a gatherinug in Finsiburv
I;ark, London. Right, Mi. T. Howard,
muember of Parliament. is seen with
young Fascists -who are guardi~ng him
from possible Commzunist violence.

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from
$55:0 to SI25O
j Sails June 30thi from Newv York
IDep;osit TENt Dollars NOW
and mnake sure of your reservations
Also 'riuttfe ils' Tour.

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Chril*stmas Suggestions
. ~For Menmw

WINTER TOURS-I
Around the *World, sails Jan. 20
Mediterranean and European, Jan. 30
MRS. _11. E. CARE
1145 Washtenaw Ave. Phone 3597V
' Ann Arbor, Mich.

Yost Outlines Stadium Needs To Alumni

Cigars

Tobaccos in 1-2 and 1 Lb. Jars

N'eW dLegislationi
"Michigan needs legislation like that
of Connecticut concerning the cutting
and shipping of trees for the Christ-
mnas trade," he says. "Under the
Connecticut law. No one can ship
Christmas trees and no carrier can
transport them unless the permission
of the man upon whose land the trees
were grown is shown. This p~revents
tree cutters going into, sparsely set-
tled communities and cutting andl
slashing as they please regardlless of,
the rights of the owner of the land...
Most of the trouble in upper M1ichiganz
is due to the fact that cutting is lone
unlawfully, according to the reports
received here."
The trees could be planted wherever
the land is unsuitable to other pur-
poses, and cut and 'thinned from year
to, year as the trees reached the sizes
suitable to holiday use.
I PAY
BEST PRICES
)For Mien's Used Clothilng.
Phone 4310 115 W. Washington-
HI.- BENJAMIN

(Continued from Page One)
Coprn teahei xasothe University with that of other
partments, the coach repeated tin
isn't a ''race,'' but "'plain, simple e
coon sense."
According to the coach, t he quest
is not one of size, but' of adnminisi
thon. If thle program is p~roperly m
aged, in his opinilon, there 'is no 1
to wor~ry over its size. And it isc
by having large inconme-p~roducing
its ..that the i vrsity will1b. abl
pr4id6 a 4isatisfiact ory all-round1
groupj of athletic participation.
' "In 1the e o nstructio n o f th is l a h n , li d e a e , " nd n t e
p~ansion programn, the B~oard in Con;
of Athletics plans to pr1ovideC the ft
entirely out of~ athletic eairninlgs.
[is in keeping' with Wvichigan's past
thme development of her at hlet ic pl
Do College Stude
I f The Answer
That in a test recer
students of both sexE
p colleges, 140 out of 35~
ance policies?
r It is significant that 40%
kil undergraduates have ins
D nce on their lives-a nota
4 t F dvance over what prevail
i ' ,, twenty, or even ten, years a
! ~ This shows that colleges
dents and their parents thi
life insurance is of consid
( The John Hancock is particula
j ' 4 women and in obrainir~g college
j A STRONG COMPANY,
Over Sixty Years in Busi-
ness. Liberal a~s to Con-
tracty Safe and Secure in
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and facilities. No other university inI
n' of America has found it possib~le to ,fi-I
(he- , Trnce its athletic prograin entirely
at it out of its athletic earnings."
oni- The coach scored t he interests on
the (cmpus, that havo~ opposed thef
tion erection o'f a new stadiuim when he
Am- told of his tip1s to Illinois and Minne-
nairl- sota, when students and alumni were
nee subscribing thoursonids of dollars for
onl1y st adia such as the board i5 trying to
un- give to Micligan ,without raisinlg any{
e tot funds. In closing, he eimphasized the
prIo-! fact that the plans are net '"Yost"
plans, but are 'University of Michigan
new Ilplans. and for the use of its strtdents,
e'x- a luinn~i and friends.
Itrol Robert Brown, '26i, captain of the
auds Wolverines, B~enrny Friednilan, '27,
T'his (ca ptain-el: c,,, W. d others also spoke.f
;in
slant PAY YOUR SUBSCRI PTION N OW1Y
ants Insure Their Lives? '4
:r Seems to be 44Yes"g
ou Kno
qtly made with upper-class
:es in fourteen representative "
51 said they carried life Insur- b
tof able use in connection with ~-
sur- -the educational program.
able parents believe in it because'
~ldthey have somethin,, invested
ago. for the benefit of their chit-
stu- dren. Students realize that
Link their lives have an economic 1
der- value. 4
Ialy interested ti ns nsw;g colleg,,mre and!
e raduates for th~ erlonnde of :e field stag:
OF SOSTON. MASSACHUtS T " d
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diff~renc

A Few Suggestions for Christmas
Gifts that Will be Appreciated:
PHOTO ALBUMS.
5tc to $3.50
MEMO, BOOKS
50c to $1.00
S' '213zxA.S'L 1905

Cigarette Cases
Cigarettes in Cartons

Fountain

Pens'

Safety Razors
Toilet 'Sets

Pencils

Stationery
Do -Your. Xmas Shopping Early.

Swift's

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Store
Phone 3534

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South State fit.

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719 North University Ave.,

Phone 4514

"Style Is of Pai amount Importance."

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Management

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at Lowest Prices
CHOP SUE]' ANI)
AMERICAN DINNER
Served at All Hours
SPECIAL. DINNERS
11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. & 5.30-S p.

Fermenting
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Cross-section of a
tooth, showing Acid
Decay at The Danger
Line.

-that have lodged in
the tiny V-shaped crev-
ices at The Danger
Line form acids which
attack the teeth and
irritate the gums. Acid
Decay results.
You can prevent
Acid Decay and

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strengthen your gums by using Squibb's
Dental Cream, made with Squibb's
Milk of Magnesia. Your dentist will
tell you that Milk of Magnesia is a safe,
scientific means of counteracting the
a cids in the mouth which attack the
teeth and gums. Hence the great value
of Squibb's Dental Cream.
Buy Squibb's Dental Cream, made
with Squibb's Milk of Magnesia, and
use it regularly. At druggists.

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