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MICHIGAN

DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1929

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STATE FOREST WEEK
SCHEDULED TO STAR T
ANNUAL EXHIBIT MAY 5''

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Green Designates Day For Opening
Of Event; Ann Arbor Men
Get Appointments
CLU,'PLAN WINDOW SHOWt
Michigan; Forest week has been
proclaimed for the week beginning
May 5-, accerting to a report issued!
recently by\ Governor Fred W.
Green, who at the same time ap-I
pointed Arthur W. Stace, of Ann!
Arbor, as chairman of the forestry
wek committee, and Prof. S. W. Al-
len, of the Schoolof Forestry and
Conservation, as secretary.
In connection with the observa-
tion of the event ift Ann Arbor, the
Forestry_ club will iiold an exhibi-
tion in the window of Wahr's book!
store all next week. It is further
announced that Friday, May 10,
will be observed as AMbor day.
Committee Suggests Programs
The committee in cooperation
with State department of Public
Instruction and the Conservation,
department is sending out suggest-
ed programs to various superin-
tendents, principals and school
commissioners of the state. The
committee is also appealing to
clubs and organizations to list talks
on their programs, and is aiding in,
securing speakers..
State Has ,Interest
The committee states that the
state has vital and %immediate in-
terest in reforestration, since one
third of the land is "cutover and
capable of reforestration if pro-
tected. This land is said \to be
suitable for recreational attrac-
tions, which has long surpassed the
lumbering industry in importance.
It requests local organizations to'
entertain projects establishing for-
ests and beautifying highways.'
Governor Green says in his ; pro-
clamation: "More than ever \ be-
fore the people of Michigan are in-
terested in maintaining the state's I
natural resources. The forests tof I
the State comprise one of its rw-
newable resources. The forests
shelter game animals, regulate the
flow of streams and assure cool
shady waters. They attract our
own people and those of surround-
inL Sta+e . to the rtr .rc by thi r

Three Killed As New York Subway Train I CHANGE IN PLANS 4
Crashes Into Wooden Elevated Section AIDS HELICOPTER
Professor Pawlowski Comments On
Possibilities In New
Designs
"The question about the new
:;__ 3X helicopter type plane is not one of
the principle itself, but of the effi-
cacy o fthe recent improvements,"
44-. fIProf. Felix W. Pawlowski of the
Engineering school stated in an
interview lately. "The principle of
the helicopter has been proved be-
fore now," he continued, "but never
before has it been practical. M.
Bleecker, a graduate of the Upi-
ble for the improvements that
versity, has been largely responsi-
have made the project a feasible
one.'
"Bleecker has worked since his
graduation here at the Langley
field in Virginia, w'here his work
was so outstanding that the cur-
tiss company selected him to de-
sign the new plane," Professor
Pawlowski added. He stated furth-
er that, like other improvements, it
was not yet fully proven, and that'
no definite statement could be1
made as to its value. "The new
plane, however, shows promise of
rectifying the main fault of previ-k
pus models, that of instability,"
SwasProfessor Pawlowski's opinion.
'Bleecker has introduced a device
analogous to the aeleron to balancek
the machine and give it a steadier'
flight, The principle of putting .
the motors on the wings is another
of Bleecker 's innovations i the
science of plane-building.
"It is impossible to say absolute-'
ly," Professor Pawlowski said in
S.> ""closing, "but the indications for
the success of the project are fav-
orable."
The President Wilson, (Floating
University.)-A new college publi-
cation of a unique type is now be-
ing published aboard the President
Wilson.
Three persons were killed and a score were injured when a steel
subway train crashed into the rear of a string of wooden elevated cars he An
standing on the New York elevated tracks in the Bronx. The upper
picture shows the rear of the elevated train which was crushed by the When
front car, shown below, of the subway limited. Both the subway and Is Som
elevated systems use the same tracks at this point, and the under Um
earth cars could not stop in time to avoid the accident. The motor-Ankle
man of the subway train made a valiant effort to avert the colision,;Arr:
but received a mortal injury. After the wreck the wooden cars caught gappi
on fire, the occupants being saved by firemen who climbed the elevated
structure and attacked the burning cars. In this way many were saved
from almost certain death.'

Girl Curfew Victim

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Goes Free

LAUNDRY
15%-
DISCOUNT
Merely
By B rir1ging
It andCalling
for it!
OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M.
WHIT-1,E SWAN
LAUNDRY COMPANY
A cross from thec Majestic

Ruth Marie Cundiff
Of Camen, N. J., has returned
to her parents' -home after having
spent six years in the West Vir-
ginia Industrial home for what-
police said was a violation of the
curfew law. Ruth, now 21, was
sent on an errand by her mother
after dark.
BOX OFFICE
open
TODAY
3 to 6P. M.
Washington Street
Entrance
MIONIGAN LEAGUE BLDG
DIAL 6300
ikte47aslzioned Oxford,
n you're going somewhere that
WEWHERB. ....then of course,
i-Bussh Oxfords! Style-plus
e-Fashioning, which means no
ng at the ankle; no slipping
at the heel.

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AT DISCOUNTS OFI
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Would you spend 5 years in jail to
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