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.W1EDNEISDAY, , JANXUARY 19,- 1927

THE MICHIGAN 1AILY

PAGE THRE

Yokingr Faces Problen
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(By Associated Press)
LANSING, Jan. 18.-The :state con-
:servation department under the di-
Srection o- Leigh J. Young of Ann Ar-~
bor, for merly professor of forestry at
ithe Univers ity of Michigan, is faced
by two great problems and solicits
Ethe concerted and reasonable co-
ope"tion, of sportsmen -and scientists.
T'he rapid return to the state- of'
tax delbinquent land, and the heavy
losses, each year by fire in the state
and, privately owied forests, are the
_mr a iroblems facing the department,
and ftecessitate the mnost careful study.
What to (10 with the thousands of
acres which revert to the state
thrg! no6n-payment of taxes, is a
mattiet'fdr° the department to work
out,l, Young says, in cooperation
with tho, cows ervation commission,
sportsnie , and legislators, and it
must 1be donoquickly.
-To provide the state with adequate i
protect! on 'rom the forest fires which
rage annually- in the- northern sec-
Lions, a reorganization' of the lire
warden's department is necessary, he
says,. and the adoption of methods
stern, eniough to frighten the tncen-
diarist who deliberately sets fire to
t iiber or s'lashings'that he may evade
the game laws in another section of
the endangered region.
This department is to be run byl
men who have studied their indjyvidual1
prob~lems carefully, and know the
needs of the state," Mr. Young .says.,
"Wfie soli; it' and welcome the sugges-
tions of sportsmen but caution them
that personal opinion /as against ex-7
pert advice will not be given muchI

nis of Consef vation
Of State Department
consideration. I . understand clearly
that we cannot satisfy. all the whims
of individuals and of clubs; and as-
sociations the state over, but I do
feel that if this department places. at
the head of its divisions, technicallyI
trained and energetic leaders, there
will be a minimum of complaints.
"As I look at the problems present-

ed by this great department it is ourj
duty to lay the foundation for further
work and to anticipate the needs of
a season or year'. Many: of the, firess
which are now fought by game ward- f
ens are of, incendiary origin, and are}
set by men who profit by the absenceI
of the warden or wardens to spear
fish and shoot game I am in favor
of providing a separate patrol or main-
taining an additional force here or at
strategic points that will be available
at all times for emergency. work. I
am also in favor of a winter school
for ane wardens and those in the
fire patrols. Their work is important
and they need technical training as1
well as any of the other members of
our force. The game wardens in many
sections of the state have altogether
too much to do. They are supposed!
to arrest and seek convictions of gameI
law violators, patrol their districts,
Sand fight. fires. At certain seasons of
the year, they cannot keep up with
their duties."
The work of the economic survey,
which staff is employed in securing
detailed information regarding soil
conditions, possiblity of crop growth,
mapping, and other matters of gene-
ral interest, he commends highly.

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J1OEG R1J I IEARS vention held at Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. -e!li~tilt lll~l[tilililil S1t1J1ttt lil~t68~dblliiii
CONVENTION REPORTS;2 oJn .F R Y U E SA
jGENEV.-Health experts -believe PAY F R Y U E SA
Meeting for the first time in the; Europe's influenza epidemic has reatch-
new year, the Cosmopolitan club held ed its peak. SUSCIPTrIO~N
one of its series of Sunday suppers in !.
the Lane Hall auditorium. The pro-! WASHINGTON.-Production, of bitu&', AT 4.0.
gram consisted of six short talks giv- E mnous coal in the United States last'-,,
en by delegates to the National con- year amounted to 578,290,000 tons.AN1 GE TT Y U
-OND -TO-ITMINDBEFORE EXAMS
T H E I V E IN E S T O RP re ss B ld g ., o n M a y n a r d S t.
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Whether one
the bond bu;
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'ways ,vinteresting*
minded men like the bond business because it pro-
Freslh interest from day to day and year after year.
ie is engaged in the buying or the selling .end of
usiness, his work gives ,an insight into the finan-
industry, commerce and government, at home

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GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY LISTS
FELLOWSHIP AWARD D REQUIR EMENTS

R quiremcents. for ,fellowships!
twrdad by the General Electric corn-,
panry, founder of the Charles A. Cof-
fin fellowships, have been announced.
Fellow hips ,are to be aw~ded in the
fieldl, of6 electricity, physics, and phy-
/ sical chemistry, and, will carry a
min~sinuon allowance of $500 which may
be increased to meet -special needs
of the candidates. Candidates will
file applications on forms provided
TO IHEAR CREALTOR
George C. Smith, general manager
of the Canton company an industrial
real estate firm of Baltimore Md., will
aiddress the School of Business Ad-
minitraion on the subject "The1

for the purpose: with the, head of tne
department, who will, sen~d them to
the committee of the General Electric
company, recommending the two he
thinks best qualified for the ,award.
IApplications must be filed with the
committee by March 1, and- should be
addressed to W. W. Trench, secretary,
Charles A., Ciffin Foundation, Sche-
nectady, N. IT. The, committee consists
of Dean O: M: Leland of the Society
for the Promotion of Engineering Ed-
ucation; Geno Dunn of the National
Academy of Science and C. C. Ches-
ney of- the American Institute of Elec-
trical Engineers. About $20,000 has
been awarded. in fellowships in the
four years that the Foundation has
been in operation.

government succeeded in collecting
additional millions in income tax from!
persons whose stock in the Ford
'Motor company was purchased by
Henry Ford some years ago. Hear-I
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and abroad.
Everything that happens in economic, legislative, or, polit-
ical affairs may have its reflox in the bond business. This
means that a man must keep on the alert to know and under-
stand what is happening. It is a stimulating requirement, that
keeps one out of mental ruts and stagnation.
The bond bu~siness requires hard work and rewards those
who give it. There is perhaps no more broadening business-
none that offers better opportunity for gaining ,a comprehensive,-
business education. Many fall short of substantial success in
the bond business through their own fault- not :because the-
opportunity is lacking.
Halsey, Stuart & Co. is interested in providing reliable
information to college men who are considering the bona busi-
ness as a vocation-to help them make an intelligent decision,
A e shall be glad to sendyou our pamphlt, "The Bord-
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presiden~t Qf the Baltimore Chamber
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