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THIE MICI -IIGAN DAILY FIAY, A .

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AD 01~ fAil flf COGRTUATOS HER ANIDTEADD DOCTOR DEARBORN I SMITH'S'
RV~ F L~U~~ CNGRTULAION CHER CNDIATETO FORESTRY FACULTY
1 ~FOR SURVEY PURPOSES.r:
~cI~s P S IILIIE~Dr". Nedvi abornOfle otthe tore-
ncls , l)1olo-ists of Ithe Vi t:,(1'State.},
lI ol lree 1 dded to the stiff of the
Schoolof andConci vation.
MEABER FORLINEsurve for
-- -- r ~~~~~~~~thefoetyshooftefreou-
O1R 1ET4'1L I 111 P1R111It 1)es of the state of Michigan in an at-1
OMJ 11 OK IOtempt t discover the numberso
A~r~uL FI .. ..species still e'xisting, andl their re-
I ~X....>..~ .... .ilion to the forests and wiIl lands of
000O MILES AT STAKE I...........e.
Dr1. Dearborn Mapeilt in fury
nsylvaInia (qt drtw i fppe~ tbearing animals and their propaga-
rI'0 L1ree Linies I IIs t Unanir4a tion, having mada2 a number of exper-
Late Report ::: invents with them in relation to their
domestication. He is a graduate of
EW YORK, Aril 5.The destiny s Dartmlouth and was formerly curator
ver 500}mlscralod1n- of orinthology in the Fil 'd museuml,
.... Chicago, from 1901 to 1909. H w as
ed today on a ccnference cf repp" j also assistant biologist in the United
ativesa of the leadling transporta States Diol gical survey from 1909- I
systems of the east called to dis- 1.920, working especially in the na-1r
Itional fortis#s of the West.; Frank Hague,
ere pari s .thicnfrtcear For several years Dr. D~earborn was N. J, iSslsatec
Nptew Y orktCetranteennsylarin charge of the government, experi- jpaign nanage
aw th rkBaltim rali, th an i neiital fur farms at Saratoga, NY.I
ateBiteres and , thF. an hich he organized and cundjucted.-
ringen itrssadL. F loreo Exerime nts in breeding, genetics,;
;ident cf the Delaware& Hudson; food problems of the animals, and par- , n
oad. ('I asitic diseases are undertaken on then
evelopments in the financial and i farmI in order tc improve the fur of
oad worlds 'the last few days 1Iec the animals. Foxes, martens,. rab-
rves to believe that the movement, bits, and a few mnink, otter, and skunk
ch was started over four years ar$rw ~ atvt i h am
was near fruitation, with only Dr. lDearborn is a veteran of three ca
or detail's to be agreed upon. gertr Irr lNv rsinii xeitos n oGa-I A. M,
ripsylvaniaer had x withedriawistsa h eceaylelbet3-; One of the latest pictures of Secretary ot Commerce Herbert Holover, emala, one to. Venezuela, and one to 4 P. M.
of the ILcree fifthl trunk line plan most prominent among the candidates for the Republican Presidential nomin- Alaska. In the northern country he stop at Hr
that an agreement for only four ation, taken while he was reading letters of congratulation at his desk i cogsscia l surve uiaortnder theTH.
n trunk lines would be reached.I Washington. WFork in the field will occupy Dr.
ie negotiations have been shroud- decided to accept the chairmanship ofC 4R SP AJ SO Dearborn f K some time. He will _________
n secrecy but reports were tha t tI eCAetenivelEthrughthe tat
lines of the east would be dis- the Nickel Plate in return for his 1 A oc.cy TO IC adlrepotegulrly tog the snive
ited among the Pennsylvania, the abandonment of the fifth trunk line - s itv.
rYork Central, the Baltimore &1 plan. The essential basis of an industrial
, and the Nickel Plate system,i Interests close to him, however, ,3Pt a,rv is ~ ,, ,hi.,,nn. rl f1t

MANAGER~ Yale Senior Class Holds True To
Form In Demonstrating Preferences

According to a time-honored' cus- Ing that it is; not harm' W.
tom" the YPale seniors have again Youth sulported youth when Chl.
re gistered their preferences and their CalsLnbrhw~vtdtebg
gest world figunre of the day aind ther
dislikes on 'the variety of subjects; ;Imost admnirable. Mussolini was con-
' 1which a Yale senior would be int~er- sidered the seconjd biggest wrorldl
ested in. The range which. the vote figure.
encompasses is large, including re- Some of the other results revealed
ligious preferences and the best na- 'that the f'reshmnan year was consid-
tured senior. ee hardest and the senior year mnost:
Since 1900 the senior classA has pre- pleasant. Doe Lovell has a rival at,
ferred a Phi Beta kappa key to a Yale inl the person of Jerry tie~
major "Y", award and the class of newsboy, who was voted the most
( '* was no exception, voting over- popular campus figuire. The Efpisco-
1whelmingly for the scholastic honor.,(pal was the fav-orite religious sect..
Strange as it it' ay seemi the favorite land the class conltins three Hloly
college next to Yale was the ancient R 1ollers.
rival, Harvard. On the, subject ofI____________________
the curriculum the studly of English
was considered most valuable and MlIIlIIIIII~uIIlI i~Il~l 111
psychology least valuable.=
On the matter of prohibition the Shaw Grocery Co.
j=City, I vote wvas very close, 143i believing Shaw, Grcer
ce m- that the prohibition amendmqiit is~
harmful to college life and 114 dodcd- ion, tame old AFanev,

mayor of Jersey
?d for the job) of
wfer Smithi.

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problem which men face today is n ot 2 ° ARCADE 00
he attainment of this ideal but rath-
erits practical realization, Prof. 11DOP
Lowell T. Carr, of the sociology de- x
partment, told members of the L.eaguoe ME JO6.
for Industrial Denacracv at their
neeting in Labor Temple last night.;24
PORTABLE "SERENADE"
TYPIEWRITIERS A Fla mniIg tol aiice -wil h
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Remington, Royal.
We have all makes.
Some in colored duces finishes. 'W +1D.1
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