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October 12, 1927 - Image 2

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Lone Efagle In Long
Flop Across Country

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Coniservation Prog'ram Rtecommendled
'kiDistrict.Convention Likely-
To Be AdIopted by Club :'Men
WOULD DISTRIBUTE BOOKS
(1 y Ns catcd Press)
BAT'TLR CREEK, October It -
M4Ichrign KiwanrIans will take an ac-
tive diart: in the move toward forest
conlservatifon (inritig the coming year,
if recommendatioins made to the re-
Cent district convention in session:
here are carried out. Iarry F'. Black
conser~aion comimittee chairman,
offoei1 the resolutions, urging that
Kiwafils International adopt }forest
Con servation as a imajor objective.
Bla~k, who -reTpresented the Flint
Chlb, ads;ocat~ed the adoption of text-
books" on forest conservation anid
ndvanced the idea thait a course in
that subjlect 1)e made ap art of the
public school curriculunl.As a log-
islative progra~m Black advoca.ted the
;uring of title to forest Sandl Immed-
~iately prior to or just after logging;'
the enac ing; of a compulsory slash
disposal la1w; they abolitioln of. th'e
"wholesale theft1" f Christmas trees,
anid the creation e4 'seiment to stop
the whlolesale uprooting of young
trees by thle tourits who visit Michi-:
gan's forest lands~ each year.
The comnmitte resolutions also ask-
ed thra, tiMichrig R iwanians enter an
intensive f'ire ii~vention program by
the use of bo~lts to be dlistributed
to organizat ions. It urged that Xi-
wanis undertake to finance the plant-
ing' of 1,000 or more acres of land' on
tHe state or' national forest area in-j
Mtichigan.
"3t the present .lime," Black con-
cluded, "there are at least'1to ,milion
acres of bankrupt land in llc nigan,
veritable production deserts, produc-
ngno revenue:"
UNIVERSITY, Va.- Over one mu-l
lion' dollars is being spent on the new
:Medical building being erected here.
The building is expect~ed to be fin-
ished by the end of this colege year.
O R'PH EU m
T he Last Day
Sliovw s at 7:00-8:40 ii.n.

TERMSl OF JUDGE GARY' GIF TOchange, "mlortmain"-"thle(dead hanid"
UNIV RSITES P AISE B 'ITT retains its immbiegrasp upon b1ene-
UNI ERSTISP AIED Y MIT fctions which, though conceived ini
Alumni who feel the urge to do- by the Boardl of Trustees of the col- generosity and nobility of spirit, nmayi
nlate *a few hundred thousand dollars lege or university, Judge Gea, with become under (different circumstances
to the Al1ma Mater would do well the broad vision which characuterizedl almost useless. t
to first take a lesso.n in the dispens" nall his act(-ions, provided tha(t if at
ing of gratu~ities from the will of the any: time the total net income from Any such mishap as this is avoid-i
late Elbert 71. Gary, according to Shir- the funnd wtthihe created we;re not e'd under a broad ani lenient docu-I
ley W. Smith, Secretary and Business necesarily us'ed for such tuition mlent Of gift, such: as Jud~ge Gary's,
manager of the University, wlho has loans, then the surpluis might be usedi Ir. Smith believes. The placing
charge of all dona~tions to the Uni- by the Board of Tru;fees for such of a bequest in the hands of a Board
vesiy.oteruniver ity o llege xens of Trustees assures the( donor that
Judge Gary, organizer of the Unit- as the majority o' lbo Board might his funds will be dispen Dsed( honestly
ed States Steel. Corporation, who dlied. determinf7' nlihough;! the principal and for the best interests of the
last summier, donated four hundred should aiweys be k-pt :,ad maintain- university and her student. In con-
thousand dollars to eight colleges and ed intact and undimninished." eluding, Mr. Smith said:
universities in amounts of fifty thous- Mlany benefactors are," in Mr. - - '_________
and each. In commenting on this' Smith's opinion, too sure of their _____________________
benefaction, Mr. Smith said: ability to look into the fuxture, and Ii

alled -mUi, secrtarV4y ofthe universty,
Attention Is Called Mr. Smthwishes to emphasize the
j T fact that this is a. strict ruling passed
To State Fire Laws' by the Regents some years ago in
compliance with fire in~surance laws,
Large numbers of violations of andl will be enforced as such. This
the ~ulng pohiitig sm kin in regulation prohibits smoking in any
11leiuln:; rohbitig sokin inof the buildings except in private of-
thie -University buildings have been ifices and regularly designated siok-
b~rcught to the attention of Shirley ing rooms.
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Campus Lunch

P,ctured above is Murray B. Dil-
ley, Jr., 18, Kansas City high 'school
senior who will be a ;lone eaglo in
the Sa n Francisco-New York hop
f(.r the $1,000 prize offered by the
Amer ican Society for the Promotion
of Aviation. Of the 37 entrants, D~il-
cly wvas the only one who qualified.
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"after laying downi in general terms,1 go into too much dletail in respiect
the conditions under which the schol-£ to the mnner in which their dona-
arship loan fund should be operated'ticns shall be used.. As conditions
-,t
It Will Surely Rain /
Get a Sawyer Frog Brand Slk--
er now and -laugh at the storm./
If you have friends keep an extra,
slicker for their convenience.
Sawyer's genuine oil slickers are
guaranteed waterproof
I~iMSAV Son aig Cari as

THE RAE MOVIE
bo ack to iiorinal-ihe fighlt
3s over

Wle tire proud to offer

DOUG FAIRBANKS
Mi a U7nited Art i ss" rodluctionl
The Black Pirate

Better Food

BETTER PRICES

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Better Services

Thursd'ay andl Fiiday
Slide Kelly Slide
W~ithi WMA. l~INES and

SALLY O'N EIL

338 South State

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WIHO WAS TIM1
PHANTOM KILLER?
what was this terrifying spectre
that l-auinted the oldmansion-
Ohis uneaartlhly maenace that niys-
terlou'sly kidnapped lunmans in
silence and wh the stealth of
.a p hantoun. See it all in this
gripping ]hair-raising mysttiy
picture,
Wit-
Laura La rplate
Creigutomi11Hale
Gertrude A stor
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