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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 192

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TUESDAY, OCPOI3ER 16, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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RUBBER EXPERTS Extension Talks To
ARE IN DEMAND, Be Given Over Radio!
SAYS M TStation WJR, Detroit, in coopera-
Y MATTHEW tion with the University of Exten--
sion division will broadcast talks
"Foresters and engineers as rub- given by instructors who are con-,
ber plantation producers are in ducting the Extension division
great demand among the big rub- courses in Detroit begn Mo-
ber anufctuers f tis con-day, Oct., 15. The talks will begin
ber manufacturers of this coun- at 5:15 o'clock and end at 5.:301
try," said Prof. D. M. Matthews, of o'clock.
the Forestry and Conservation The first talk was given by Prof.
school, who has just returned from
a trip to Akron, Ohio, where he Screen Reflections
conferred with officials of the Fire-
stone and Goodyear rubber com- Today marks the auspicious in-
auguration of this column. In
panies. light of this fact it may be well to
According to Professor Matthews, clear the horizon (if horizon there
graduates of the local school who be) concerning our "policy." We
have taken forestry courses anr aren't policing the "highway to art"
especially the course in;rubber for we, along with the rest of the
planting offered by Professor Mat- critics, haven't the necessary
thews, are awaited and welcomed. pwrt ret fcus el
"Manufacturers were very interest- might try to direct traffic and if
ed to learn that attention was be- we have any connection what-1
ing paid to the economics involved ever with the maintanence of salu-
in rubber planting and that prob- tary art it shall be in the latter
lems relative to that industry were capacity. We also shall assiduously
receiving appreciation. They were avoid using this space to exploit
also grateful to learn ,that interest stale jokes whether they be chil-
was being awakened among the dren of our brain or of someone
students to the extent of having a else's. Wherefore we shall merely
single course devoted especially to attempt to see all the movies
their problems, as is now being (which we would probably do any-
done in the forestry school." way) and having done this. to use
In order to stabilize the price of our prodigious, scintillatirig criti-
rubber in case of a shortage the cal faculties to say in a num ber of
rubber companies of the United words what actually amounts to
States have decided to continue yes or no. We shall always bear in
with their program of setting out mind the implicit, constant trust
their own plantations, although which you have placed in us and'
British monopoly has been broken the unswerving interest with which
and the price of rubber is now rea- you peruse this column.
sonable, Professor Matthews con- The time may come, as it has in
tinued. The British and the Dutch the past, when some ill-informed
together control 98 percent of the person disagrees with us. If any'
world's rubber supply, but United of you happen to come under this I
States alone consumes about 75 category and desire respite the
per cent. He said that the output same will be accorded you if, along
of one single factory in Akron was with your letter of disapproval, you
more than was consumed in the send your photograph, telephone
Britsh Isles.- number, date and place of birth,
To break down Britain's monop- marks for the last semester, and a
oly the Firestone Rubber company self-addressed, stamped, return en-
hAZ started a plantation in the velope. We would then be happy toI
free colony .of Liberia in Africa, a settle some, or all of your problems
country which is now controlled by depending upon the outcome of our,
10,000 ex-American slaves that have investigation of your personal
been deported. The Goodyear peo- character and also upon how well
ple have a plantation in Sumatra, we liked the picture.
and Henry Ford is experimenting What we originally had in
down in Brazil. "Even with the mind (believe it or not) was to!
plantations in operation the United say some few things about Greta
States will control only about three Garbo in her current gem, "The
percent of the world's output," he Mysterious Lady." As we were
concluded. about to remark, the strain on Miss
Garbo's neck, month, arms, and

Erich A. Walter. Tonight Edith cannon; C
Thomas of the Library extension Oct. 25,P
service will speak. The remainder 26, Prof.
of the program is as follows: Oct.
17, Prof. John H. Muyskens and F. Prof. Stan
R. Johnson; Oct. 18, Dr. Katharine Prof. G. E
Greene; and Oct. 22, Prof. E. L.E M. Eich.
Hayes; Oct. 23, Dr. Paul M. Gun- Pawlowski

Oct. 24, Prof. L. J. Carr;
rof. S. F. Gingerich; Oct.
R. S. Hawley; Oct. 30,1
nley D. Dodge; Oct. 31,
E. Densmore and Prof. E.
On Nov. 1, Prof. F. W.
i will probably speak.

Dr. Sturgis
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