THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FORESTRY WEEK WILL EDTH UPU
TIIP MLLLITC illlrtYAN1 nATL 1 "Wu. n ESBnarY .u uw
COUNTRY APRIL 22-29(
STATE COMMI1TTEE PhANN 'G TO
CA3111AltGN IN MICHIGWAN
UNIVERSITY TO COOPERATE
Forestry Club To Hold ExhibIts Of
Timberland Produicts; Prio grant
I To Be Arranged.
American Forestriy week will be ob-
served throughout the state during
the week of April 22-28,, with an in-
tepsive campaign in every county to
interest citizens in the needs of for-,
The Michigan executive commnittee
in. charge of- the week's program,
which is headed by John W. Blodgett
of Grand Rapids .and Arthur W. Stace
of Ann Arbor, secretary, has held
frequent meetings; to complete plans
for the campaign. Prof. xErnst, V. Jot-
ter of the School of Forestry and
Conservation, represents the Univer-
sity on the cometittee.
The University will cooperate with
the state comnmittee during Forestry
week by supplying speakers for
schools and organizations throughout
Michigan. Locally, tentat~lve ~plans
include displays of forestry products,
radio programs, and special exhibits.
The Forestry club 'will hold a con-
test similar' to the one held last year
in the game of guessing how old a big
redwood tree was, and will furnish ex-
hibits illustrating, methods of plant-
ing trees. A collection of wild ani-
mal pelts will be shown by the con-
servation department of the forestry
school. Several State street windows'
will be given over to displays of the
uses of woods in sports and in paper
The state committee will attempt
to. carry to the citizens of Michigan
the need of reforestation of all idle
lands. which are not suitable for ag-
ricultural, industrial,, or mining pur-
poses.. There ante more than 12,000-
000 acres in Michigan, which are suit-
able only for a forestry crop, the
committee has pointed out.
To create interest in reforestation,
the committe will carry appeals to the
luncheon :clubs, Boy Scout organiza-
tions, and other bodies.
NOMINATE TEMOOREF Law Freshmen Hold1FINCH S COSEN. RIBBONS AND
FOR AMBASSADOR AidHANDBOOK TEDITOR UPLE
Dinner AnO Smoker for all makes of
-Robert Finch. '29, has been 1,~TPERTR
R~eviving an old tradition amiong poinxted Mnag1:"ing Editor of th, Rapid turnover, fresh stock Insures
" ~members c f their class, the freshman; Freshman handboi~ok for the comxing est quality ata moderate price.
law stuent hed aba~que 1 ear. Finch, who has been a zn iht t"1 D~ TI
editortudeThesDalydtar the pasta nd } iL D.£i1
smoker Monday night at the Union. year, has had c )nsidlera1l)h' joraxis 17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615i.
T he punrpose ot the affair was to pro- tic exuxerience.r
mote a closer feeling between monm- All freshmen who (lid not rec eiv e CLASS IFIED
I br~oftheclssan toefec ahandbooks at the beginninzg of this j ADS P AY
school year, or those who) have "
better contact between student and f'riends matriculating in September,
facu~t~y. xmay obtain the annzu l "Fre7 sh Li-a
" fi. .'ble, at Lane hail.
Make Selections Ear
Am erican R ug Cleaning Wrks and Choice
j Rugs and-Carpets
This "Ad" with Hie
in "THI IAN iV11STAIiR"
rly-Prices Are Lo-W
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I1032 Green St.
Phone S811 5
Alexand(er F. Moore.
Former ambassador to Spain, who
has recently been ncminatled by Presi-
dent Coolidge as ambassador to PeruI
to succeed Miles Poindexter, who ha;:;'
resigned.. Mr. Moore, a former pub-
lisher, is returning to the nhwspaper
business, also, having purchased tab-
loids in New York and Boston.
The Senate must ratify the Presi-
dent's nomination befoN an appoint-I
ment is definitely: made, but it is
expected that he will be approved by
Charleston, W. Va.,
Laru & Bo. ~ March 4, 19271
Recently I stopped ir, a little village
that consisted of about nine houses
and a small hotel, which I entered.
A little old manl wearing a, skP1l capi
was seated in a rocking-chair smoking1
an enormous pipe. I had come to buy
a can ofEdgeworth, but when.I caught
a whiff of the tobacco he was smoking
i changed "my mind. ,The aroma of
that tobacco was so delightful that 1
made up my mind right then and there
that I wanted some of the same brand,
regardless of the cost.
I began with: "I beg your pardon,
sir, but I came in to buy a can of to-
bacco, and I would like the same brand
you are smoking. if you don't mind
telling me." He looked at me for a
moment, grasped his pipe with one
hand and said: "I'm smoking Edge-
worth. Would yotu like some?"
Of course I did, and I 'secured a
supply from the old fellow. The joke,'
of course, was on me, but I went on
my way rejoicing.
Yours very truly, 4
Dr. John R. Koch
Extra High Grade
you. It is'
that is most
COLLEGE MEIN AND WOMEN
will find the Packard Restaurantj
bigger and better than' ever.
.703 Pack ard
F RAGRANT, blooming plants in
daintily decorated pots - gor-
flowers to lendt
beauty to aster. Theseare from our
own grenouses an dgre are unusually
low priced for this time of the year.
Ann Arbo r Floral Co.
1 -IY I'1
122 E. Liberty St.
P~hone 62 1 5
1115 So. University
State at Liberty
3.35 X D
Tice Wild blower ilnaI Bouquet
Flowers telegraphed, to. any-
where in the United States.
This service is inexpensive.
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2 :00 and 3:30 7:00-8:40 1 - 0 4 0 5
Another Big Unit Show
A Glittering Galaxy. of Gorgeous Girls
IBROOS & RUSH
"The Clean ii "
iii hit Jolly saflcir
"The ,Bean Bruitmmel
of Londen ",
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- 8 R jERSGIRLSs
I "Pret ty ploijt
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Visiolns in alfiize 11,d11Killue
WI LL1AI FOX , esents
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