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February 15, 1929 - Image 2

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PAGE TWO TFHRE MIICDHIGAN D A YLY BRY5'2

E13RTJARY B, 1929

AFGHANISTAN KING ABDICATES BY AIRPLANE

FORESTERS ASKED TO CLUBMEETING
IS POSTPONED
REG TER FOR CAMP r ostponement of the regular
Smeeting of theRomance club
Craig Announces Opportunities until next Wednesday has been an-
For Sophomore Forestry Inounced by Warner F. Patterson,
Enthusiasts of the Romance languages depart-
ment. The program which was an-
CAMP OPENS LATE IN JUNE nounced previously will be present-
ed then.
All sophomores planning to take Jos. M. Albaladejo of the Span-
in forestry should register as ish department as well as Ermelin-
work m psre inyheuRdrer's do A. Mercado of the romance lan-
oon as possible in the Recorder's guages department will take part
office of the School of Forestry and in the program on Wednesday.
Conservation, it was announced by
Prof. Robert Craig, camp director, Guernsey To Study
yesterday. Genetic Psychology
Attendance is compulsory on
those who plan to enroll in the Dr. Martha Guernsey, of the psy-
chdlogy department. has received

The departure by airplane of anullah, shown at left in native
Amanullah Khan, king of Afghanis- costume, abdicated as a result of'
tan, leaves his throne to Sirdar In- discontent and rebellion by native
ayatullah, right, his brother. Am- mountaineers against his attempt
GRAHAM IS AUTHOR OF NOVEL
FOREST ENTOMOLOGY EDITION
"Principles of Forest Entomol- tinually presenting themselves
ogy," recently written by Prof. during every stage in the growth of
Samuel A. Graham, of the School wood, from seed to finished product,
. and quotes astounding figures con-
cerning loss due to forest insect
regarded as the first textbook injury.
published in America exclusively The literature of forest entomol-
on the subject of forest entomology. ogy is cited throughout the text
The book -was .published by the Mc- under the author's name followed
Graw-Hill company. by the year of publication, while
The book is said to be admirably an extensive bibliography, classi-'
adapted to use either as a reference fied according to chapters in the
or as a text. Critics declare that it book, is placed at the end to
will eagerly be received by those simplify its use for general refer-
engaged in actual forest parctice. ence. Numerous photographs,
Professor Graham has illustrated drawings, and diagrams have been
the underlying principles of forest used in preparing illustrations for
entomology by studies of certain the text and the entire volume rep-
species of insects well selected and resents an unusual contribution to
well distributed over N o r t h the literature of forestry and en-
America. tomology. Prof. A. Franklin Shull,
The author points out that im- of the zoology department, acted as
portant insect problems are con- consulting editor.
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a prerequisite course and will con-
stitute the first work taken by the
prospective forester. It is also made
compulsory in that forestry work
may be taken in the best order.
A fee of $41 will be charged
which will be payable in the
Treasurer's office before leaving. It
.*** will be necessary to present the
treasurer's slip at the camp. Meals
will be served by the camp officials,
so that the total expense is esti-
mated at $140. It will also be nec-
__ essary for the camper to have been
inoculated for typhiod within the
the last three years. Innoculation
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