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, APRIL 21, 1928.

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WILL HOLD FORESTRlY
'WEEK APRIL 2 TO 28
OVER UNITED STATES
LOCAL CL11 PLANS GUESSING
CONTEST AS PART OF
W1NDOW DISPLAY
OFFER PRIZE FOR WINNER
Special 31,otion Piktures To Be Shovvn
In Connection With Nation-Wide
Observance Of Week
Local plans for American Forestry
Week, to be held throughout the
country, April 22 to 28, -are fast near-
ing completion. Exhibits are being
arranged and programs planned in an
effort to carry the message of for-
estry to Michigan.
The Forestry club has announced
an offer of a prize of five dollars to
be given the winner of a guessing
contest which will be part of a win-
dow display to be placed in a State
street store. This contest will be to
guess the number of seeds which3

LANDING POINT OF GERMAN PLANE

MICHIGAN SCHOOLMASTERS' ORGANIZATION
WILL OPEN THREE-DAY SESSION SATURDAY

Featured by the state championship discuss the "Financial Supporg of
high school debate, the annual con- Colleges and Standards of Instruc-
cert by the state high school orches- tion," and Dr. David Robertson of
tra, and the Michigan-Syracuse base- the American Council of Education
ball game on Saturday afternoon, the at Washington, D. C., who will use as
annual convention of the Michigan his subject "What's What in Higher
Schoolmasters' club will start its Education."
threeday session next Thursday, At 5.30 o'clock, Thursday afternoon
April 26. The first session will start a reception of presidents of all high-
at 2:30 o'clock on Thursday and er institutions, deans of all junior'
this meeting will continue through colleges of the state, out of state
the next two days until the baseball speakers, and other guests will be
game, Saturday afternoon. held at the Union. This will be fol-
The general session will start at lowed, by the annual dinner at 6 o'-
2:30 o'clock, Thursday afternoon, in clock at which President Clarence
Room C of the Law building, with an Cook Little will be the principal
address by L. W. Smith, dean of the speaker. After the banquet, the an-
Junior college at Joilet, Ill. He will nual musical program with the All-
be followed by Dr. Floyd Reeves, di- State high school orchestra of 175
rector of the bureau of surveys at pieces and the Ann Arbor high school
the University of Kentucky, who will chorus will be given at 8 o'clock in

Hill auditorium.
On Friday, the annual convocation
-with President Little as chairman will
be held at 11 o'clock in Hill auditor-
ium. Dean G. J. Laing of the Uni-
versity of Chicago will deliver the
address on "Literature and Leisure."
Special University lectures will be
given at 4o'clock in Hill auditorium.
At 7:30 at night ;the annual state
championship high school debate be-
tween Royal Oak and Zeeland will be
held in Hill auditorium.
The program will be concluded by
the schoolmasters being guests at the
Syracuse game at Ferry field in the
afternoon.
PARK
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DANCING
AT THE

ADELPHI TO HEA
RHETORIC AUTIH
Lawrence H. Conrad, Rhetor2
structor, who has written se
rhetoric textbooks and a novel *
per," will speak at the meeti:
Adelphi House of Representativ
Angell hall Tuesday night. Th
ture of Mr. Conrad's talk has
been announced, but it will co
writing. Mr. Conrad will spea
the open meeting so that anyon
terested may attend.

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P. B. HARDIN

Dealer in

ANTIQUES

View of Greenly island where first. East to West transatlantic flight ended.
The light house which is shown below is the only land mark which the
islet has and it served as the beacon for the one Irish and two German
fliers just as they were about to give up hope. The =aeroplane, Bremen,
was damaged in its landing and is still at Greenly waiting for relief and
repairs.

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were contained in a giant pine cone
to be placed in the window. Trees
will be advocated as a prescription
for Michigan's declining forest areas.
The history of the University will be
traced on the rings of a tree as an-
other exhibit.
To Display In Stores
Displays will be placed in Wahr's
bookstore and in Shoemakers store
on Main street. The downtown
store will have a representation of a
correct and an incorrect campfire and
will have posters concerning fire pre-
vention.. Lumber manufacturers of
the city a6re also planning an exhibit.
The Alumnus, publication for grad-
uates of the University, is issuing a
special forestry edition in occasion of
American Forestry Week. Numerous
articles by members of the forestry
faculty are included "in the issue.
Over a thousand copies of the maga-
zine will be distributed to high schools
throughout the state and to foresters
and others interested.
Special motion pictures have been
procured from the federal forest ser-
vice and will be shown during For-
estry Week. Exhibits are being pre-
pared also for the convention of the
Michigan Schoolmasters, which will
be held in Ann Arbor the latter part
of next week.
Professors To Speak
From' the faculty of the School of
Forestry and Conservation two speak-
ers will be sent out. Prof. Shirley
Allen, head of extension work in for-
estry will speak in River Rouge be-
fore high school students and lunch-
con clubs on April 26. Prof. Ernst
V. Jotter, local member of the state
committee on American Forestry
Week will go to Mount Clemens to
present a speech. prof. Allen will al-
so broadcast a talk on community
forests in Michigan as part of Michi-
gan Night program.
50,000 conies of a booklet prepared
by Arthur W. Stace of Ann Arbor will
be distributed during the week also.
25,000 of these will be sent to pri-
mary schools throughout the state.
A special mieeting of the Forestry
club will be held 'Wednesday, the
speaker at which has' not as yet beenj
announced.j
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA-In
a recent series oi personal interviews
conducted by the Minnesota Daily,
students of the University were given1
an opportunity to air their grievances
against Minnesota college life.

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The Print and Book Shop
Etchings by Samuel Chamberlain
German Wood Blocks

HARVARD.-Following in the foot-
steps of Michigan a University Film
Foundation has been established at
Harvard to photograph activities con-
nected with the university. The offi-
cial cameraman is planning to take 311
reels of film next year. The work at
first will be mainly connected with
science and education.
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA.-Iron
stirrups, curios, dusty volumes out of
print, and other relics of Arizona's
romantic past, collected and pre-
Detroit Theaters{
Woodward, at Eliot
BON STELJLE
PLAYHOUSE
NIGHTS, 75c, $1.50. Mats. Tues.,
Thurs. and Sat., 50c, 75e
Two Weeks, Beginning
Monday, April 16
A Comedy of Youth, Romance
and Thrills
2 Girls Wanted

served by the Pioneer's Historical
society have been placed in a special
campus museum where they will be
open to the examination of 'students.
Minnesota dramatic students will
have a road show tour during the
spring vacation. They will present
a comedy, "Wind in the South" writ-
ten by the dramatic director of the
university.

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