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FORITI~i F IWARTHIN RETURNS' Sinclair Oil Official
FROM CONFERENCE Is Asked To Testify
D r. Alfred S. Wa rthin, D~irector of_
Pa tholeg ical Lab~oratooies, ret urned,/
,taje IRecord 'ear in ii ontiaeiona Of ('ollege of Physicians held( in Nlemi-
Flre Dines And 'S umber Of I~ li.WtFJ I sfi (1 ro h
Hires YPtutii, "un s fIt nlRdi=ie' Ileo
AnnlsofF M Em0 edE Tle" te_ ialorg";anlof the College of Phlysi-;
$ HFF MAKS EPOTScians. Dr. \Vartihin : e)(iite(5 on the
prinutinig(Sconditions of the naga ine, /
LANSING, Nov. 15.--The forestry di- andl atranged fcr .E. R . Lovejaid to s 1 o~ h t t e a t e t o o - ii: A n A b r t r~ r o o l o

ADAMS PUBLISHES HISTORY
BOOK IS. SERIES OF OLD

TEXT;
PICTURES'

serya ioXr last wee
the busiest yearsi
depar{n-t, acco
Scha11, state for(
the division has c
of l new fire liui
cleat}i. 1,674 miles~
line.,
In addition to th
bwlt 4 1-2 miles,
forests and cleat
from other highw
miles of line an'
w'.eecompleted,1
fre line, construct
Reforestration c,
393 acres, all of
last spring. In

k wound up onf av ea theon. wstainrgtcln nb
in the history of the -.
)ling to Marcus owned forests against fire tli& (division)
'ester since Jan. 1 has had ait remarkable( record wiith 40 k
onstructed 62 miles firs put out arnd a total loss of only
ciis and has kp 267 acres burned over. Of this totali.
of alrteadly existing 260 acres were burnedl in a single fire. r
One new tract of state for ,,[ was:,{
iii work the (divisioni putt under Imanagement duiln g the,
At new road1 ill state year, t his; bang the le 81 L akei forest.j
ned out the ,lbrushi of abtout 8,000 acres im Chegboygan I!lle'4li rl(' z1
ays. More than 50 and l Presque I:,le co-unties which form- Vice presidenft of the Sinclair l fIPt-
id boundry surveys Early was operated as a state game ref- ing company who has been called inl
preparatory to newv ug-e, The area o1fIthe older fm ests in the investigation of the Fall-Sinclair
Loin next year. ope ration was inc reasod (luring the( oil (conspiracy jury in Washington, and
coveredl a total of 2,- year lby some 10,000 acre'--01o tai: home- will be asked to tell whether he no -
which was set out; stead '.ands recently (deeded( to the de- ceive(I reports from dletectives shad-
guarding the state partment. owing -members of the jury.

Randolph G. Adamns, custodian of ican discovery and dlevelopnment..
the William L~.(Clements library, has- Theodorus Debry, a. sixteenth ( en-
just 1)1111ished "The Gateway to Amer- tury artist who now has a eollection'
ican H ist ory," a boo0k consisting of a of works on display in the library, has'
setries of pictures by old artists depict- drawn the majority of the plictures
ing conitemiporary history. The book used by Adams. Most* of these dlraw-
(lates from the fourteenth to the ings are in the exhibition.
s;eventeenth century.
The autthor had slides made of photo-
stats o1f1historica 1 pictures and tested
the popularity of the subject by giv-
ing it in lecture form. They wereE
avorib] v received And in the words of I
the author the b)ook provides a history
for "everyoiie from 6 to 60."
Tue writing in the volume is sub-
;idiar3 to the drawings. It -waswrt
wi-tn with children in mind and the
picetures are expected to appeal more
to thema. The store is chronologically P ST V L
Utined eiui ihapicueo h hc markets of the East, and
continuing through Columbus' discdV-
cry, (Cabot's trip, and the advent of!
the French and Dutch into the New T e t g
With each picture is a historical ex-
plania,,in of the event. These are soN oa.
arranged that the reader gets a visual.
and menital sequence of early Amer-Se aio

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