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OC1'( I3LII 2!f , 192 7.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OCTOBIIIR 29, 192?. PAGE

M~YM NITO~J1"APPOINTED CHIEF 'Pool, Tennis Courts UNIESTYON HEADS COLLEGE
x OIITT FSECOND AREA T eFaue LARGE RFNR FOR LONG TERM;
[fll PflD P MV I'dK:.'. l rrn 17c 'I .t NORMAN, Okla.-Since the receipt CEDAR FALLS. Ia. - Forty-neI

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Ld U I1UUII LWr l 1, 11L1 CI.II t tL LLtII [ ..111 , of a $30,000 oil refinery, large enough
dsti to handle runs of from 100 to 300
. ,' C( ra:ially assuzming definite shape! barrels ' of crude oil a day, the gift
OF FOREST A TIVT ' atecosiutono t telfae of a gr6uln of Eastern manufacturing
\x ok. he nw Itraural S~rtsc oncerns, the University of Oklahoma
@ ll-y.)IIl7lfl Whi h is being constructedjhas become the only school in the
C1AM:1~ F '0 WIER{w PLA onilie':( ikart (f the old north stands world where both theory and prac-;
7 (lNSER~r~O~ (1 Frry eldis nearing com.pletion. tice in oil refining is taught.
1-r,++ PI p ; T LAND AID IUder the termns of the constructioni Fred Padgett, professor of Petro- Irctehg tutr
TORSO EFRSkADolrctehg tutr utb leum engineering at the university,
s1e gWllBigTgiie ebr ready for use by the end of February. Ie~ ilBig'oele l~br announced the gift recently and said?
Of I~c~a~l!?(lng AgdPofduthegthe refinery would be installed soon.
Agencies To Delibierarte : . r ">. hil 'di is Co be imilar to that of the 1 ntl o o h ln ilb
pro(sent Y.t " ,.Field,. house. Its lengthj
15t )04( fe nl t idh10 the latest step in the development of
Ththmeso omec fte ~ :.: One of the most beautiful features the petroleum engineering branch ofE
United States are to launch a move-........
letfrteenorgmn ofco-0 the new, athletic unit will be the the school, which was said by the4
main entrance, which will lead university last year to be the largestI
mercial. forestry at a conference to tin ouglh a beautiful and impressive of iskn ntewrd
Nov.17t and globb~y. From the lobby, corriddrs will
btenhtolte iaiouhiymnaiums The plant is not to be operated for
18thz. They wish to restore to pro- vIxedt.h arosgmaim commercial purposes nor in comnpe-i
ductive use the forest lands of the ' .,f. ..newflilanty iwilll tition with other refineries, but re-,
K:: e e pan wl provide for finery are expected to benefit from+
Lake States and establish on a per- { v ecry tylpe of indoor sport and game reerhta ilb odce. Sv
anent basis many of the wood-using t . . that is conceivable. Rooms will beI
n o~ral 'producers in Oklahoma have vol- ij
industries of the region. convenient ly provided for basketball, unerdtjupyolfrrfnn
The meeting will bring together boxing, wrestling, indoor tennis, fr.
from all sections of the country Ii handball, squash, and track events.
soemnoth woduig adlumber industries, forest land own-
ers, foresters, bankers, and ins trance jI
men. The Lake States,, Wisconsin, ( ;I
Minnesota, and Michigan will 'lbe wide- -- -
ly re~eetdat the meetig. !Koa=
Among the organizations in this w i° " #_f
scintwic ntain aelbeen %xtended are the Northern Hem-
lock and Hardwood Association and i!
the Northern White Cedar Associa- c IaniiXEl
tion. Invitations have also been ex- Coadtofhe rm wrco
tended to Samuel T. Dana, de.an of theI
School of Forestr'y and ConservationleWahntwohsbena
at ~heUniersty f Uivesit ofsigned to command the second cor ps
Michgan Prf. . K.Chitenende-area, with headlquarters at Governor's
Miciga; Pof.A. . Crit~enende island, New York, succeeding Majorc'(@
partment of forestry, Michigan, Mich-GeraJmsII.cae
igan Agricultural college; and IDr. II_________
Henry Semitz of the University of l P C A
Minnesota. John W. Blodgett of SCHLTZ CLAIMS APE IS W AH R
Glrand Rapids, Michigan, will speak BTTER ANd THAN MABlc orTnSohGan
on the goal: in forest fire protection. { Blc rTn.cth anE
The Chicago conference, the first of" Suppiorting Sir Arthur Keith. Dr. I.
its kind to be called, will be largely Adolph 11. Schultz, associate profes-
a meeting of business men and thef sor of anthropolagy of John HlopkinsZI,'.50 =
discussion will be directed chiofly to university, (declaredl recently that in
the consideration of measures neces- physical qualities, functioning of his
nary to ,:evelop tree growing; as a organs, and the ability to handle hun-
commercial enterprise. It will be), self, a gorilla is a better man than a
divided into three sections} each ofI n.ah s o ,1 St rEE
'which will consider an important as- "The gorilla of today," he declar ed,'{'ho S or
pect of the general problem. First it "has in many respects evolved fur-
will take up the progress of for'estry ther from our connmon ancestor thai
108 S. Mainj
in various sections of the country. M~an himself, It is only through his Dwtw
Second, it will consider the pos.;,1ili- brain (levelonent and his upright pos- 1.____
Ies of forestry-the products it will . ture, which releases his hands for the ! I;---- __
yield, the land which it will bring, to e(:, ,,ioyement of tools, that Man hats i.. - - __ __
a productive basis, and the contribu- inpproved upon the evolution of the -
tations it will make to the weathI of gorilla." Osteopathic, Physicians
the communities dependent upon the __ -__ Dial 5GfYJ
forest industries. The third section ltIISSOI1t- Twenty~one students Drs. Bert and fBeth T ea -
will take up the mos't formidable ob- from the University of Missouri ob)-11salswt hc frsHai mnd ae asget uoels u-I pberer e x a
staycadlesee wihwihfrsr simd ai asg oErp atsm
iately confronted-fore~it protection, mIn by actin; as escort for a shin - 338 ia anardintreet f
forest fire insurance, forest taxation, 1lo(d of nl's..Se higinFt /
and forest research.
Parker 1Defines Plan Ii---_______________________________
"The Chamber of Conmmerce of the

Yc:i i's as p~r,elet of 'Iowa- Stalte
Tea;'lcrs College is the record of',
lDr. Ii omner II. Seerlev.
IDr. S-,- hey's grealtest odelig'ht is in
keeping tra('k of his 01(1 students andl
hie recalls pu~lpils hie taught in Iowa
ruralshol 50 years ago with al-
imost dhe sonic facility with which he
1 rmemiber'5s i nlemit s of the presenlt

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United States, after a careful.ssnr-j
vey of the problenvkhas taken the1
initiative in attempting to bring to
a focus efforts in reforestation,"
Judge Edwin B. Parker, chairman of
the Board of Directors of the Nation-
al Chamber, said. "It has done thist
with a view- of ascertaining (definitely
what progress has been made, what
obstacles have to be encountered and
what measures can, with the co-oper-
ation with the public, be taken to!
establish commercial forestry upon a
permanent and profitable basis."
Despite the fact that forest areas in
the Lake States were cut forty or
fify years ago here is little second
growth in tie region, according to a
recent report. Logging on a large{
scale was first worked out in the
Lake St.ates, and millions or acres
of white pine forest were cut over
in a relatively short time. The region
is now principally a hardwood coun-
t:ry in the eastern section, the soft-
'wood lumber-cut being confined most-
ly-to hemlock found in the hardwood
stands. Considerable areas of spruce
and fir are found, however, and this
has led to an important development
of pulp and paper industries. Hein-
lock, however, is the chief pulpwood
used. There are still areas of vir-
gin hardwood and hemlock stands
left.
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Detroit Theaters

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The Chubb House o fe~s a special Sunday
.dinner, with a choice of

Famous Star of "Paddocks of 1927"
urges a group of her girls back of
the stage to adopt Lucky Strikes.

Photo by Strauss Peyton

Qucena Mario,
Star of Metropolitan Opera,
writes:
"I always thought that it wets a peculiar coincia.
dence that most men and women of the Opera
Pref erred to smoke Lucky Strikes. Upon inquiry
I learned that they all felt it was the one ciga.
rette whi~ch gave complete enjoyment withott
the slightest irritation to their throats. I, too,
ow can say that of Lucky Strikes. I enjoy
t em greatly and have no worry t .at my woite
will be affected." f
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Beginning Sunda.yMgit, Oct. 23
Prices : Nights, $1 to .f0; Wed.
aid Sat. Mats., $1.00 to $2.40)
Plux tax
GENE BUCK
PresenitinigJIIN New Musical
Comedy
"TiA liE THlE AIR"

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Fish
for 85c. Each dish is carefully prepared and
the service is very prompt and efficient. You
will enjoy the famous Chubb House cooking
which has been famous at Michigan for many
years.
Serving from 12:00 to8 p. "mn.

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PLAY ioUSE5
Tle Intimacy of Laughter
The Butter and
Egg lMan
,mnd and Last V\\,-k, lRc inkn MON-
DAY, Ocet. 24
NIt:,1S: ~c5L0. .Mas. Tues.,
Thur. and Sat., 50c, 75c

You, too, Will find that LUCKY STRIKES
give the greatest pleasure--Mild an~d Mel-#
low, the finest cigarettes you ever smoked.
Made of the choicest tobaccos, properly
aged and blended with great skill, and there
is an extra process-" IT'S TOASTED"
-no harshness, 'not a bit of bite.

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