THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1927
THE ICHIAN AILYWEDNSDA, MA 25,192
G OV ERNOR GREENj
SAL-4R Y BILL A4S E
"Gover-nor Green realizes the neces-
sity of paying adequate salaries to the
judges, ats shown in his official state-
,ment by his remark that the hill for
salary' increase for circuit judges was
a steps in the right direction'. How-
ever, Governor Green also has the
fa~ts A the, state's financial,, condi-.
tion anl findls it inadtisab)le to sanc-
tion further expenditures of the jub-1
lic money," said Prof. Herbert F.
Goodrich, of the law department, in an
interview yesterday in reference to thel
vetoing of the bill for circuit judge
TO BE, ORGANIZED i
HERE UNDER DANA
Samuel T. Dana, director of the
Northwestern forest experimental sta-
tion at Amherst, Mass., will be ini Ann
Arbor Friday to; begin work for the
organization of the new forestry
school. Mr. Dana is to be the dean
of the school if the appropriation bill
passed b~y the: State Legislature is
signedl by Governor Green.
Thae Northwestern forest station, of
which Mr. Dana is the director, is 1
one of ten stations m~aintained -by
the forestry service in different partsa
of the United States. Research is
carried on at all times at the station
to determine the kinds of timber
which will grow best in the North-
wester'n section, the best sites for re-
forestration, and the best use for cut-
over lands. Research is also carried
on in an effort to eliminate forest
JUSTIFIES VETO OF
The situatiohz is clearly' brought out
in the official statement Imade by Gov-
ernor Green at the time he vetoed theie
bill, ie says: "The state. at this -time1
pays eacih of these judges, $5,008 a 1
year. The counties conutribute various
sums de~pendfing upon the amount ofI
1work in tire(differenlt counties, the
sums ranging t~from $1,000 f~os$8,50. If
the state should pay $7,500 instead of
$5,000, beyond otiestion many coun-
ties. would withdraw the money they
are now paying the judges. Trhis bill
would merely result mn some circuits
transferring $2,500 a year expense
from the county to the state."
Governor Green went on to give the
rT asons for thre present system_ of di-
vidling the judIge's salaries between the
state and county, he, also stated his
approval of the increase, but said that
the debts of the state' could not allow
the increased expenditure.
Concluding the statement the gov-
ernor said: "The most painstaking
vigilance should b~e exercised in pay-
ing our honest debts before we are
generous to deserving public ser-
disease and parasites.
Mr. Dania has been connected with
the United States forestry service 1
since 1.907, at which time he received?
an M.F. degree from Yale. H e re-
ceived an A.B. degree from Dowdoinf.
college in( 1904. For a time he-w---
forest commissioner for Maine.
If the appropriations bill is passed
a separate school of forestry will be~
established. Governor Green has been
favorable to the bill, in spite of ru-
mors to the contrary, according to
To Succeed Andrews' YTOE 1 SPONISO
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M orerThlan 'lli irt y iiigan aStunti
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GROUP LEADERS CHIOSEN
More than thirty Universityc
Michigan students are expectedt
attendl the 1927 Student conferenc
which will be held between June1
and 204 at Lake Geneva, Wisconsil
The program is divided into thre
groups which are planned to give th
students insight and help in makin
their campus life more Christian. TI
first group will be devoted to a cc
operative search for the mcaningc
Chirstian principles and how to mak
them effectively operative in one'
personality and social group life. TI
final group will attemrpt to give ligl
and guidance on how to find and fol
low through on life-projects, and hol
to help fellow students in wise voca
IThese groups will' be directed an
lead in discussion b~y fourteen menc
national reputation. Such men
Reinhold Neibuhr of Detroit; Shei
wood Eddy whio spoke in Ann Arbor
this spring; Prof. William Clayton
B~ower of the University of Chicago;
Prof. Htoward McClusney of the Uni-
versity of Michigan; Kirby Page, edi-~
tor of "The World Tomorrow;" and
Rev. John T. Stone of the Fourth
Presbyterian Church of Chicago, will'
be included in the program. Thesel
men have all been interested and ac-
tive in interdlenominational and Y. M.
C. A. questions, According, to local
Y. Al. C. A. authorities they a~re the
foremost group of leaders yet gath-
ered for one of the Lake Geneva Con-
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