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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE THREE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGF THREJ~

_~OM1O j "RIVER BOSS" LOOKS OVER STREAM CUTTING FORESTS!HAVR ALUMNI
NO__O_______ AFFECTS FLOODS MOURN YALE WIN'
W\ASHINGTON, Nov. 21.-Denuding Consoling ~heinselves b)0th oer tie'
PIIBLIS lES BOO KLIS, ~i 4,. 1of the nation's frests wvas ivent s an oss that harvard suffered at..the

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Histories Andti1Uses (OfEleeiriitv
And (Cas Are Narrated lit
Two Pa1 i 'i llets
NOW IN SECOND EDITION
Two pamphlets, one titled 'Manufac-
tured Gas" and the other "Electricity,"
have been published b~y the Informa-
tion bureau of the Michigan Public
Utility Information committee andl are
being furnished on request to appli-
cants.
Thus far, the two pamphlets which
portray the beginnings, processes of'
development and present achievements
of the two chief public utilities have
been used to the greatest extent in
high school class rooms, particularly
those of civics, physics, chemistry and
economics. They were also preparedl
for use by English classes and have
been utilized -extensively by teachers in
state high schools.
A first edition of 10,000 of each was
quickly used up and now a section
edition of even more is being pub-1
lshed to meet the demand. Written
by experts who are fully (qualified to
give the best accounts, each takes on
the value of a supplement to the text
book as it not only offers those things
-which the text offers but it also makes
the subject practical andl brings it up
to the last minute in development.
The story told in the pamphlet "Man-
ufactured Gas" goes back to an ex-
planation of theof unction of gas com-
panies as the first utilities, explains
that they are not competitors of elec-
tric companies and then goes into a
story of gas, or "the modIern fuel" as
it is termed.
In a similar manner, the pamphlet
on electricity tells its history.
Both pamphlets explain many of theI
MOTe common problems that confrontI
people in daily life as they are ef-
fected by public utilities. r
HARVARD-In the will of the late
Lady Henry~, of~ London, a fund for
the establisliment of scholarships at
Oxford for American students and at
Harvard and Yale for British stu-
dents is provide.d.
___THE RAE - I
fTUESAYWEDNESPAYI
Buck JonesI

important cause of the floods in the Iands of Yalo in Saturday's foot ball
MAississippi Valley and New Englandj gamie, and also t heir iiiabilitv to at-
bv Charles Lathrop Pack, president of tend it, the Harvard Club of Michi-
lthe American Tree Association, in a 2gan celeb~rat ed at a dinner S'aturday
relnort presentedl to the house floodl night in the Union, after witnessing
control committee recently. ,tlheCMinnesota' gam,.e in the an ernool).
'"The floods have turned the atten- Dr. IHugh E. Cabot, dean of tee
tion of the nation to the need of re-! School of Medicine, acting as toast-.
foresting the millions of idle acres at1 master, led the fC'stivities of tho
the headwaters of the streams that dinner, which is an annual affair for
find their way to the Mississippi river,"I these H arvard graftuates whio cannot'
he said, !attend the Yale-Harvard game.

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Representat ives S. Wallace I~kempscy, c, N o li'I oi airmnan of thce
house comnmittee on rivers andi harbiors, right eat(Q nd Congressman .ohn k
lMlcDu''"ie, of Mobile, Ala., directly behind l)e i;t ey, "resen inspecting i5 111
miles of "Texas waterways, witli 8eaumnont , Tex,tIie-~e aboardl a priv-
ate yacht on the Neches river. Dempsey 11<as lpronLoncd the Trexas water-
ways as among the most important in America.
IDECEMBER 5th

En Joy the convenience of a
Thermos-at homre and for,
all outdoors. See our com-
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$1.00 and up
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