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FIRST YEAR MEN'

Mc~iurray Believ es Summer Survey By
University, Professors Proved Success
Prof. K. C. lie'..lrry of the Geo- detailed surveys of all sections of the
graphy departmaent lhE',icvcs that the st~ate. This great task had moved
survey madIe this summei r in the north- s ;lowly andl information was needed

MAIL TICKETS TO
WISCONSIN GAME
All tickets for the Wisconsin game
secured Th1rough the Un'liversity Athi-
lectic ass ! oin hav1)ie ben plalced in1
the malils, accornlgt O lan annlolunce-
mTen't pmadeeterday by ha} llrry illot-
sonlof the AthletiJc a sso 'i4tionl offices.

The Michigan section at this game,
which will be the first out-of-town
contest of the season, will contain
about 2_,700 students andl alumni.
lMcGiILL - New dustless paivements
greeted McGill students when they

HOUSE DANCES
JOE SOLOMAN AND HIS ORCHE
A Real Dance Orchestra
Open for Engagement
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p, ,Ui onsor H 14) ez~&c(a u to Be 1I11Y atonceabout exchanged land, land
Held This Week.End P rofessors5 for the 'tt Conservation r;(turned to state for delinquent taxes,'
FACULTYt~f +I departnt has been succe: il oth n lnd needed by the state for parks
Fc ULYMEN TO ATfTEND intersut comlse nd Ii) nd amie sanctuaries. So the group
FACULTYi the gre(at possil ities fr the tuturoeofpro,>fessors started in the middle of
Unanimous approval of the plans which :t opened. tConsidr~ab le pr'o- jll 1( on a three month field trip
gross was made teFrshanredevosginNworking out new thirough the northern part of the state.
i~~ fo th Frshmn rndevou , metodls of rapid a ping hich is Surv(,ys of eight counties, including
to be held the week-end of Oct:. 15, esse :lial to m.;any quicik surveys. MotrncsoaGndTvee
ws voted by a group of freshmen at- rmecOcbGadTaes
tending a meeting Tuesday night at ThecStateConsera t ion (leprtm~ent ],111111t and Moose were made. In
Lane ball. This rendezvous, sponsor, last spinr- equested. the Unlliversity each-] county at least one township
ed by the Student Christian associa- to lcI ndseverc al men to wvork on the wvas studied in detail. Over 200,000i
tion, is in the nature of a general dis- 1land} prob ]lmsof, the state. This acres were -covered in this experimen-
cussion period for all freshmen wvho was thecond m, ime inl the past six tal survey.
are at all interested in the activities years that the Conservaition depart- The Conservation department ask-
carried on at Lane hall. It was de- thsakdadIonteUIhedl for a special report on the feasi-;
cided at the mieeting to send out let- vrsixty. "Thi! Boa IIof1 Regents gavelbility of establishing Wilderness Park
ter's to 60 men who have in some way t[l e ces ary mney and s e nt Pirof. and C Wild Life Sanctuary in Emmet
signified an interest, explaining to M curry withylPr. 0. E. Guthie, di-. County.A favorable report was made
them~ the object, so that all those who ;re ~tor of th Mu1ra.um, of t ,CGeogra- on this project and it is 'now estab-
might want to take advantage of th h Y (ePartinent, nilll r. xe, 1.. MeIClished. The finished survey furnished

returnedl to college in September.

SKLLD REPAIRIN

SPECIAL
Bowls$ at Half Price°M
S A timely~ sale of these
novel bulb dishes for your
w inter flowers._
S See, our large supply of ,
Sbrass-candlesticks, book-
Sends, trays, inkwells, and =.
console sets.
~M"-ry Louise Shop
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There Is

O logical Place
to Purchase

Rented, For Sale, and Repaired by
:killed Workmen
We are Headquarters for

or Have Them Repaired

and the New Royal Portabl(
ev: ybody wants one-
Lct us serve you

opportunity may have it called to j
their attention.
In additionq William Brunmbaugh,
'28L, president of the Student Chris-
tian association, and a number of
older students, the following have
been asked to accompany the group:
Prof. A. E. Wood of the sociology de-
partment; Pr.i4f,,1obert Angell of the
sociology department; Howard Me-
-Clusky of the School of Education;
R.. J. Craig of the forestry school, and
Ernest Jotter of the forestry school,
and a member of the University camp
commi~ttee.' Thei faculty members are
going to use their cars, leaving Lane
hall Saturday morning in two groups,
one at 9 o'clock ;and one at noon. AlT
application from freshmen must be at
Lane hall by tonight.
DANA TO ATTEN
QHI0CNNTION I
-enMi~ti o l l n'i md members
i" 42 t acij of t eSchool of Frs
Sor-ry and C scrv,rat on are to attend al
i:oriventiun u1 th ';e Society of Ameri-
cw,, Forester- .s-) hio9Valley section,
whih I toeetI~'! dy<-d Saturday
;ut Cabig iyi otenindiana.
Th scityisa organization of
~x'oessona1 fresters. Dean Dana is
to? give a.tailk on "Forest' Education"'
alt the eon and Prof. Leigh J.
Ymung, formneri 'C't?or of state con-
~rvtin ud t pre n ember of
the fracuzlty.ofthe retry school, is to
speak on rfaretriation. The conven-
lon will b)e h1.ediii 'i.rgin forests near
tile4ty f Cnibrdge

t~lrcas u <<nst : i noThse three
men worked, with 1. S. Lovepoy, the
State game refu'tge director, in the
land economic survey through which
the Conservation, department makes
all surveys.
For a number of years the Conser-
vation depa'ritent has been making

a considerable body of detailed in-
: orm7ation which will be available for
the departments of the state in- the
future. 0n6 result of the work was
to denmonstrate the possibility of suc-
cessful co-operation between the Con-
servation department and the Univer-

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the d partm ntsin' connection with grad-
u- tn ,t t e t ,v o a e to tht keen - o i i club, w ere the principal fea-
tunes of the initial meeting 'of the
~Romance club which met last night in
the Michigan Union.
Professor Charles Wagner was the i
prncipal speaker on a program whose
chief purpose was the fostering of
friendships-b etwATen new members an d
the graduate studenits.i

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