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EOLOISTSO NOTWealthy New Yorker ]FORCREENDirector Of ForestVryProducts Station STEL
Donates One MillionND Cites Great Value Of Northwest States
ATTI-10 KAM ~~~REFLECTIONS T 1 0 1 "Nearly one-third to one-quar-{ as cut in two by the Cascade range, O
ter of all the timber cut in the the west having the heavy well-
Oil In offering Dream of Love the United States is from the district known Douglas fir region and the Prof.
F Of Sttedn Are Tompanie sag n hiu A te Press>of Washington and Oregon," de- east an extensive yellow pine scape de
Of State Are To Be M. Hoag and his Michigan sub-HAVANA, Feb. 14.-Treasure clared T. T. Munger, director of region. s e
Represented ..:'ordinates are purveying a compen- trove held a beckoning finger to the Northwest Forest Products Ex- "Michigan is fortunate n"notSomemF
dim a chronicle, and a record of Havana customs and port ofhcials periment station, who was a re- having to pay a yearly tax on her ndmey
POHL WILL SEND SPEECHchoniletoday. They arranged to leave for cent visitor to the School of For forest lands," he stated. Out in be ain r
r-e interi
0sWL S D ECall the moving pictures which were Cayo Largo, on the southern coast, estry and Conservation. Washington and Oregon the forest next We
Acceptance of invitations to at- > produced in the year of grace to blast the caps off four old pi- Munger continued that Wash- owner has to pay a yearly tax 231 Ang
tend the Michigan geology sym- n rate cannon, the barrels of which ington and Oregon have the last while his forest is growing, even Ang
>r_ a ' 'nineteen hundred and twenty- yeslterda
posium to be conducted in connec- are believed stuffed with legend- great store of virgin timber in the though he reaps no profit i.ntil the oh, of 1
tion with the meetings of the Mich- eight. In point of fact it is more ary jewels and Spanish gold. United States. He believes that inP trees are cut. This is extremely
igan Academy of Science on March than that for "Dream of Love" also Fishermen who discovered the Ithe future under strict supervision hard for him to bear. The le
combines many of the better tricks guns inbedded in the sand there this district will continue to be so. When asked what he thought of trated w
geology authorities from all over of legitimate drama; the screen assert they are' famous in the Previous to now cutting of the the possibilities of insurance being plain th
the country, it was announced byf Shdan's "The School folklore of the coast. As the story timber has been with very little offered for protection against for- scape d
Dr. R. C. Hussey of the geology de- forscnm risuse goes pirates filched them from a interest of reforestation, but est fires, he said that the Federalthat of
partment, who is chairman of the o Dae an looted galleon, crammed them Munger characterizes the interest Forest Service stations were to especiall
geology division. thamapto Drwith precious stones and pieces of shown as growing. start an investigation in the says, an
Among the men who have signi- of A. E. Thomas' Just eight, and hurriedly sunk them on "This district is of tremendous northwest relative to its practibil- Californ
fed their intention of attending Suppose." There is the same the reef when they were chased economic importance to the coun- i ity. Forest insurance has not been come th
the meetings are Mr. L. P. Barret, mythical kingdom that was put to into open water. Officials say they try in that it supplies one-third of offered in the past because of the turally.
formerly with the State geological Lucius N. Littauer such a strain last year; there is a will have to spend some of the t
survey, and at present a mining Rich glove manufacturer and deposed king and a tryannical treasure they hope to find in sort- States. He described the region and because of the lack of proper Subscr
expert with the Jones-Laughlin philanthropist of New York City premier; there is a duchess with ing out those who first reported control of fire hazards. $2.50 th
Steel company of Pittsburgh. and Gloversville, N. Y., who cele-- lonely eyes and an actress who has discovery of the guns from the-
There will be a number of geol- brated his seventieth birthday by had only "one decent thing in her hundreds of sponge fishers now Marian Comstock
ogy authorities attending the sym- giving a gift of $1,000,000 to be ad- life"; there is a revolution, the king claiming the honor. Is Award Winner
posium as representatives of most ministered in "the cause of better is again given his throne and the
of the leading oil companies of the understanding among all mankind." theory of pragmatic sanction given EAk"The Wome'ofHart Scha
state.° Mr. W. A. Thomas, divisional; -a severe kick in the anterior region. DEVERE TO SPEAKHERE "Human Nature at Work in the
chief of the Pure Oil company has FACULTY AT TENDS And now we come to the most Nursery School," a thesis by
sighified his intention of taking amazing part of the whole thing G. L. De Vere, Oxford lecturer, Marian R. Comstock, 30Ed, has;
part in 'the discussions, Mr. Ralph DETROIT MEETING which is the astounding fact that will speak at 7:45 o'cdlock tonight been awarded the Chi Omega
Melhorn of the Sun Oil company the piece is well done. Nils Asther in room 302 of the Union on the prize of $25 for the best under-
will represent his company, Mr. At the twenty-fifth annual meet- is a good actor and he illustrates i results of high-pressure. methods graduate thesis written in Sociol-
Hugh Crider, divisional chief of the ing of the American Concrete in- this to excellent advantage, at I on American industries, according jogy 51, it was announced yester-
Dixie Oil company, will attend the stitution, held in Detroit on Febru- Itimes he becomes much more in- Ito W. R. Wright, president of the day by Prof. C. H. Cooley, of the
meetings, and Mr. Russell Grimes ary 12-14, seven members of the iteresting and entertaining than IIndustrial Engineering society. sociology department.
of the Shell Oil company will bei University faculty were present. , the picture and, were it not for the
present.' iProf. Lewis M. Gram, Prof. Ferdi- M. Asther, "Dream of Love" would ----f
Dr. E. R. Pohl of Vanderbilt uni- nand N. Menefee, and Prof. A. E. surely fail where it does succeed.
versity will send a paper to the White were members of the com- There is another -of the now cus-
symposium discussing the Devon- mittee in charge of the convention,: tomary double acts running at the, '
ian period of Michigan geological while Dr. Francis Onderdonk spoke Michigan, and as is generally the
history. Dr. Pohl has been investi- at one of the sessions on "Is A case, either of the two would be :A P-wry
i.r" thc nh e of eolon~ for a !

01 -WILL LECTURE
&RDENSOF ITALY
Aubrey Tealdi, of the land-
Dsign department, will give
Hints on Italian Gardens"
bers of Il Circolo Italiano
other students who may
ested in the subject at 4:15
dnesday afternoon in room
ell hall, it was announced
y afternoon by Anton Na-
the Romance languages de-
tt.
cture, which is to be illus-
iith colored slides, will ex-
e influence of Italian land-
esign and horticulture on
America. This influence is
y notable in California, he
id has been so great that
ia has in some respects be-
e superior of Italy horticul-
'ibe to the Michigan Daily
e half year-It's worth it,
ffner & Marx"
WILN G
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gating tLis phase gi re gy -
number of years and is considered
an authority on the subject.
Among the representatives of the
State geological survey who will
discuss Michigan geology during;
the meeting are the head State
geologist and Mr. R. P. Newcomb.
The geologists plan to discuss most
of all the development of the oil
make a complete survey of the sit-
fields of Michigan in an attempt to
uation and solve many of the ur-
gent problems which the discovery
of oil in Michigan has brought up.
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Ferro-Concrete Style Evolving?" quite sufficient. If comedy teams
Prof. George. M. McConkey, Prof. would stop trying to emulate Mor-
Walter V. Marshall, and Prof. an and Mack there would be fewer;
James H. Cissel also attended the bored audiences and fewer hungry
meeting. The purpose of this con- actors. The other of the two en-
vention is the discovery of ways titled "Watch That Rhythm" has
and means of improving concrete tolerable moments.
and construction, and the dissem- In any event, "Dream of Love"
ntion of this knowledge. Proceed- should be seen by all who have
ings of the yearly conventions are money at this time of month.
published. This body is considered D. B. H., Jr.
authoritative in the United States
on any questions pertaining to con- Subscribe to the Michigan Daily
crete. 1$2.50 the half year-It's worth it.
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FOR SPRING
Suits and Top coats
Suits and Topcoats in the new
.hade, of grey, tan, and 'blue

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for
Refreshments
and
Light Lunches
Delicious Waffles
Home Made CandyI
Tasty Sandwiches
212 So. Main St.

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Jing e D ells! Jingle bells
The Best" Sleighing of the Season-
Better order your cutter now.

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Single Cutter ... .... . . $2 for
(two people)
Double Cutter with Team . $4 for
(four or five people)
Large Bobs for Sleigh-ride Parties

2 Hours
2 Hours

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Mullison Saddle
326 E. Ann St.

Stables
Phone 7418

115 SOUTH M~AIN S~TRET

Conlin & Wetherbee
118 E. Washington Downtown

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Father and Mother ray
All Th Bi.s.
and yonIuar all the tun!
One hill Father and Mother always are glad to pay is tihe
reversed charge on a Long Distance Call from their son.
Being a confirmed Collegian, you no longer get homesick,
perhaps, but you can het your dress studs that your folks
get Son-sick and long to hear your voice.
Long distance rates are suprisingly low and the service fast.

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OUR ANNUAL MID-WINTER

CLOSES
Saturday, FE B. 16

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Hundreds Have Saved Good Money
two days left for others to do so.

at This Sale. There are
ACT QUICKLY!

.New $10.00 FLORSHEIMS now

. . $8.86

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About 100 pairs FLORSHEIMS being closed out at

. . . . . . 0 $7.85

$11.00 and $12.00 FLORSHEIMS (including Feeture Arch styles) now

$9.85

All other Styles for Men (Regular $8, %9 and $10 Sellers), cut to .

$5.90, $6.90, and $7.90

ALL WOMEN'S STYLES REDUCED $2.00,3.00, $4.00 a Pair

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All Styles of Women's Galoshes & House Slippers at Bargain Prices, $1.95 to $3.45

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