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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

WE, DNESDAY, MAY 1,1 2<<J - a ._

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NEW COURSE IN F[LD
GEOGRAPHY, DESIGNED
f SUMMER SESSION

Will Lead Orchestra
At Annual Function

N W INSTRUCTION WILL
OFFERED TO ADVANCED
STUDENTS ONLY

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STATE TO AID IN SURVEY
Relation Of Wild Life Of Michigan
To Land Conditions Will Be
Chief Considerationt
Advanced and graduate students Charles Dornbergers
in geography will be given 'the op- Who will bring his Victor Record-
portunity to study the land condi- ing orchestra to Ann Arbor to fur-
tions of Michigan and their rela- nish music and entertainment for
tions to wild life by taking a new the annual Senior Ball, scheduled
course in field geography in the for 9 o'clock Friday night in the
Summer Session, it was announced Assembly room of the Union.
by Prof. K. C. McMurray, of the
geography department. Students BIRD EXPEDITION
who wish to enroll in this course
must have had as a prerequisite at . -TO LEAVE TODA Y
least one season of work in the
Kentucky camp or its equivalent Three Museum Men Will Collect
in field work. Specimens And Study On
The State Department, of Con- Beaver Island
servation at Lansing and the Uni-
versity have been cooperating for Three University Museums nienl
several years in this survey work, will leave this morning for Beaver
Consequently, the field expenses Island to collect water birds for the1
are to be paid by the state, while division of birds in the Museum off
the salaries are a part of the reg- Zology.
ular summer session budget. The The men, Norman A. Wood, cua-
course will receive credit on thes m
same basis as other field courses, parateur of specimens, and Donald
beginning with the summer session, Magoon, will be gone about ten
and running coincidentally with it. Mays.
As the state spends much money da xrs
in stocking the southern part of An expedition from the division !
the state with game and receives a rof birds to the Saginaw Bay coun-1
great deal of revenue from the is- i try is being planned for the coming
suance of hunting licenses there, f summer. A number of specimens
they are naturally more interestedrn of Michigan birds to add to the
in its development than in that of present collections is expected to
the northern portion. There are be obtainuo Manuel, assistant in
no idle, waste, or wild lands south Mr. Cano Mands, aistant in
of Saginaw, alen tlzdfrthe division of birds, will leave for
agriculture. This region does, how- the Saginaw Bay country some time
ever, harbor much small game in- n May to investigate the food
eluding rabbits, quail, partridge, ! habits of the common Terns in
pheasants, ducks, geese, and shore that region. He will establish hint-
birds. !self on Lone Tree island in Huron
Little is known of the types of county where he will examine the
cover necessary for the propaga- istomach contents of the birds and
tion of this game, its connection tie habits in feeding of the young.
with the crops raised, or how the Moorton, Eng.-Americans led in
best areas are distributed. To de- MorthendAerecansaled in
termine these facts will be the ob- three chestand wee square
ect of the new course; for, with the fourth in the first round of the
the growing demand for hunting Ryder Cup play.

HITS FROM JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY
WILL FEATURE SENIOR BALL'
With arrangements for Charles several years past, due to a de-1
Dornberger's Victor Recording or- cision of the committee to spendl
chestra to furnish music and en- the available funds to secure an
orchestra of the highest possible
tertainment at the annual Senior quality and one with a wide repu-
Ball, to be held at 9 o'clock Fri- tation. Dornberger, the "Beau
day night, plans are nearly com- Brummel" of orchestra leaders, is
pleted, the final scheme of decora- expected to come up to the stand-
tions to be announced tomorrow. ard set for music. Programs will
Dornberger's orchestra will be on be distributed at the door of the
hand with a wide variety of dance ball room on the night of the af-
tunes and feature numbers, among fair.
which will be several specially ar- ' A complete sell-out of ,the orig-
ranged selections from the Junior inal allotment of tickets was an-
Girls' Plays and the Michigan nounced yesterday, and according
Unoin operas of the past few sea- to members of the governing body,
sons. there is little or no possibility of
No favors will; be distributed this securing any more to be put on
year as has been the custom for sale.
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The U. of M. Fresh Air Camp in 1928, under
the leadership of George Rich, furnished 400
boys with a healthful and enjoyable vacation.
This supervision and guidance becomes an
important factor in the lives of many of these
boys. This year Le Verne Taylor and Byron
Hughes head the camp - its success is UP TO
YOU!1
Contribute to the Support of the Fresh Air Canp
Tag Day, Wednesday, May 8

facilities and the result that more
game must be provided if these de-
iands are to be met, comes the
need for a better understanding of
conditions.
the Land Economic Survey at
Lansing is doing some unusually
fine work, according to Professorl
McMurray, in making a detailed l
riap of the northern section of i
Michigan. Their data are of in-
creasing importance to the conser-
vation department in solving the
problems of that region. The new
course will follow similar procedure
this summer and will attack this
problem in. the southern part of
the state.(
A detailed inventory, of cover i
types is being formulated and thisl
will be related to the soil typed and
cover areas. The effort is being
made to choose some six sections.
of about four square miles each, I
which are typical of conditions pre-
valent in the southern portion of
the, state, so that a fairly good'
cross-section may be available forl
all of the major conditions found
there.
Senior Laws Abolish
Class Day For Dinner,
Reviving a tradition which has
fallen off in the last ten years, the #
senior class of the Law school voted
recently to abolish Class day in that
school and to replace this day's
activities with a banquet.
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