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TTtm!4ni&Y. O(CTOBEA l24, 1927

THE FMTCT-ITCAN 'DAIL Y

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SUBMARINE SIGHTED IN PACIFIC; Professor XVan Tx neEAD UMI L B NET' . ",
P R O D U C T I O N G R [ A T L Y ~ . { ;~ a i l \ i
IN PUILIPt, Tj CiNE .,l ,tAt .,'Il

LATIN STUDENTS,
1 i .T ) I e ah , k no w~ n a e o ~ -
E tc i ll 1i u tSh ola s hips ,t aren ts fe d
la i'i L! 'c5. exaiiniatiolls in Gre~k
:iil d n.Tile exainazt ions Cover,
ci lr ~li l ('tance units of I "at in, or
two Ol(, rek and four of Latin, tlw
tic~t~ Om; hi being optional. The stud-
ies ill ' lijeb I lies comipetit ive ex-
aiiiii ln are given must be conl-
I ini we l for ait least one year in . the ;?zi cr i T e e s h l r h p r h
only ones in the 4iniversity which are
open to students in the first year of
residence.

FORFSTIRY 11UREAUr
BY MAJOR G. t.

0U(.A A NIZ!EI)
AlitWS'

IN PHILIPPINES
WORK DONE BY NATIVES
Work Was Made Difficult By H~ostile
Natives, Poor Transportation,
And Ignorance Of Forests
Forestry is now being practiced
scientifically in the Philppine islands
by a number of lumber companies,
Major George P. Ahern, former di-
rector of the bureau of forestry in the
islands, stated in a talk given to
classes in forest p'olicies and ec('of-
omics of the School of ]:orestry and
Conservation yesterday.j
Major Ahern, who is a forest I ins-
tee of the Tropical Research ]founda-
tion in Washington, 1). C,., organiizedI
the bureau of forestriy in the islandsG
following the Spanish-American 'Wari.j
Lack of traiisportation, total igilor-I
ante of the forests, and hostile nat ives

ICT 1' h Y'1( 11o g o f iTh'(5ir a7"e:;Ji'ig
ouwill be t'he 'first time t ha't it has beec':
given in Ann Arbor.

A derelict submarine which has been a menace to shipping for imyi
inciiths on the Pacific has been sigh ted ant(i overhauled by the IT. S. S.
Liberator. It is believed by some to be a (lerlnan i ubnarhne disabled dur-
in,; therwar 'thait(couldnlf't secure a 55is5amce. Wit IiAle derelict in I.11,na ~vy's
possess ..ion effor'ts are in order to solve the mystery.
Lack Of Bess In Upper Peninsuila lue To
P'oor Protection I. Driba Spawning Period
1Al RQI E1i"TTlOct. 15 ---- i'a dual i inth (c I 1 pnei'eninsula1. 1Declli; ha
,Imd not ice Z ble (iecrea', ( in t he ha ssi more than I100,000 cars cross t11c

FreshFih Eeryday

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ma~de his work extremely difficult and4 in the u pper Reinsla is dlue in pat S
dangerous. H. 1). Everett, '0, a grad- i i a lack of nrot (ctiion for the specie;;
hate of the first class in frestry in of fish du;ring the spl8 wning seasons
the University, was killed by the says iDr. Jon IN. oe, professor cf
natives when collecting dat a on the nia ural scidn(es in the Northernj State ti
tropical woods. Techer-C college in a recent teatiseo
Contrary to popular' belief, nmany Ion t he subject. IDning Ithe. sev,']
tropical woods are well adapted for; vats that he ,has been invest gat inh
use in the United States, Maor Abhe n fish condiinnus ini he Upper Peninsula
stated. When he first took Charge of j Dr. Lowe declared that hie knew of
the Philippine forestry bureau, lumber no season when the bass were through
was being imported into the slauds. spaning by July 1.
It was thought that the lumber in the! Black bss should be protected dur-
islands was of no value. Now ther e l g the 4p awning season, not onlyl
is a sound and growing export trade, while the eggs are incubating, butl
Ahern said, and more and more woods after the eggs are hatched and while
are being found.,with properties suit- the young are schooling, which i-
able for Ameriican use Although about 25 to 35 (ays after the egg
there are many, hundreds of tree are laid, Dr. Lowe said. If the fish
species found in t~e.slands, the main ;ire caught before the eggs are hatch-
stand is made a,,4, o only 15 or 20 ed, the batch of eggs is lost, Dr. Lowe
varleities. Thl Oi ippine government said, because the eggs become covered
owns the entire oVt area of 20 mil- with silt or fungus due to the lack of,
lion aeres an4 ita large income "fanning" by the male. The male'
from the exp~t4Ifn of tropical should be eft, he stated, until the
woods. young begin to scatter and seek pro-
Prof. Donald If atthews, now of section among the weeds and grasses
the School of Fores and Conserva- in shallow water. After that they are
tion, aided Major Ahern in establish- able to take care of themselves.
ing a forestry "1.4 ool in the Philip- From notes taken during his in-
pines. ' spections Dr. Lowe declared that un-
der ordinary circumstances the bass
c ~do not begin to spawn until arounOj
H~g 'cbb l Al mnithe first of July, and that they are not
T through guarding their eggs and
o Hol ~ ner el-eyoung until several weeks after. His
Graduates of the4' Highland Park ed that black bass, both small and
high school of Highland Park, Mich., large mouth, were on the nests as late
will hold a dinner at the Union on the as July & on South Manistique Lake.
night of Oct. 25 for the purpose of From an economic point of view, Dr.
forming an alumni' society at this Un- Lowe contends that black bass are one
iversity. of the most important of all the fish
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Kentucky and West Virginia Goalt
Solvay and Gas Coke
his "business has been growing ever
since it was established. The secret -
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customers.",'Webelieve it pays to do

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I think so too, let's get together.

Srails ini l'ppr Atichigan Eduzii.g t Ii
stnul (1'for recr1eational1 h"ip'~ , i
said thattIthe I onnist is mfore iiI'lst,-
'd ini lake fishing thbanli 5 va IIIfili -
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