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PACE TWO

THE MICHICA N

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1929

DAILY

YALE'DEAN DESCRIBES
FORESTRY PROBLEMS
Dean H. So'on Graves Says Oppor-l
tunity Fgr University Man ;
has Recently Expanded.
ENDOWMENT AIDS STUDY
"The opportunities in forestry
have expanded greatly since the
old days when the only occupation
of a forestry-educated man was
that of government service," de-
clared Dean H. Solon Graves, of
the~ Yale forestry school, yesterday.
Dean Graves is working at present
through an endowment of the Car-
negie foundation of $30,000, with
which to determine the true prob-
lems of forestry education.
IHe continued by emphasizing the
many overlapping fields into which
forestry enters, including now more
than the mere administration of
forests. The work of the Carnegie
endowment researchers will be to
determine just what constitutes
the many problems facing the for-
esters in order that education may
be adapted, to the needs of practi-
cal life. This will deal very much
with curriculum.
In commenting on the recently
projected study of tropical timbers
which will be undertaken by the
local forestry school, Dean Graves
declared that it was imperative
that some new source of timber
supply be opened up in the near
future, especially in hardwood
supply. He declared that the di-'
verse American industries depend
on a continued timber supply, so
that the present Brazilian source
was welcome.
Dearn Graves also noted the great
diversity in species of the South
American timbers, which will per-
mit them to be put to a great
many uses as soon as their me-
chanical properties can be deter-
mined by such research as will be
carried on by the local forestry
school. "Thus this knowledge of
their properties is notacademic-
ally necessary; it bears a great
practical significance," he con-
eluded.

PH A RM ACEUTICAL SUPPLY PLANTS
WILL BE INSPECTED BY STUDENTS
Thirty students in the College of group plans to reach Chicago by
Pharmacy will make a three day Thursday evening.
trip of inspection of various phdr-y Th sFriday morning a visit will
maceutical supply manufacturing be made to Bauer and Black where
plants this Thursday, Friday, and the tourists will see the manufac-'
Saturday. The group will leave in turing of adhesive tape, sterilized
a chartered bus tomorrow morning. gauze, and cotton, and other sur-
The first stop will be made at gical supplies. The Walgreen com-
Battle Creek where the students pany's laboratories and ice cream
will visit the Battle Creek sani- plant, and the Armour company's
tarium and the Kellogg company's packing plant and laboratories will
plant. From there they will con- also be visited on Friday. Satur-
tinue to Kalamazoo where they will day's program includes a trip to
take a tour through the plant of North Chicago where an inspection
the Upjohn company, manufactur- of the Abbott laboratories will be
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