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MBER, 14, 1928 T E IMICHIGAN DAILY

SCHOOL OF1EDUCATION

PRESIDENT-ELECTHOOVER PLANS SOUTHAMERICAN TOUR

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cultural Experiment station recent- Illinois had possession of t]
DEAN DANA RE U S lypublished a summary of "Forest'tegetrpr Zteg
Insurance and Its Application inthgraeprrotegr
Michigan" in which they predicted Butler battled desperately
Ithatin the future realization of every Illinois attempt to sco
the value of insurance on Michigan linois scored a touchdown
forests will bring about a greater second period and another
demand for insurance coverage,
Companies Are Not Sufficiently lower rates, better production, and fourth by open play and a
Informed About Timber Losses higher stumpage prices. the forward pass.
Through Fire
PRESENT RATES TOO HIGH
Forest fire insurance is greatly in I

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD FOR
GRADUATES SPECIALIZING
IN EDUCATION
TO PRESENTLECTURERS
First Luncheon Held Last Satuirday
With Over 85 Present; Huber,
Edmonson Talk
Plans have been made by the
School of Education wherein a se-j
ries of four,, Saturday luncheons1
will be given for graduates spe- I
cializing in education during each
school year. These luncheons will
be given two each semester.
The purposeeof these luncheons,E
said Dr. Clifford Woody, of theI
School of Education, is to bring
together all graduate students in
education and have lecturers atI
the meetings. There are so manyt
clubs which have to do with
the School of Education that it is
difficult to bring them all together
in a common meeting.
The first of these luncheon meet-
ings of this semester was held at
the Union last Saturday. Over 851
graduate students and ten mem- ,
bers of the School of Education
faculty were present at the meet- I
ing over which Dr. Woody presided.
Carl Huber, dean of the Graduate'
school, and Prof. J. B. Edmonson
of the School of Education were
the speakers.,
Dean Huber, after cmetn
on the Graduate school of the Un i
versity, discussed the relation of;
educational work to graduate work.
In some institutions, he said, therI
is a tendency to the establishment
of graduate units for education in-I
dependent of other existing units. #
"However," Dean Huber added,
"There are more advantages con-
nected with the type of organiza-
tion which makes the educational
unit an integral part of the grad-
uate school."
Professor Edmonson discussed
the need for advanced study in<
educational problems and urged1
cooperation of men in that field
with the School of Education in its !
policy of furthering the study of
educational problems.
ELECTION SURVEY I
GROUP IS CHOSEN

need to help recover forest losses
that are almost dispensable, de-
clared Dean S. T. Dana, of the for-
estry school, yesterday. "At pres-
ent there are about only four com-
panies offering it, and they do so
at almost prohibitively high rates,
so that hardly any one takes it
out," he continued.
The reason for such high insur-
ance rates, Dean Dana explained,
was that none of the companies
were sufficiently informed on the
subject and consequently boostedl
their rates to cover the risk. The
Clarke-McNary act of 1924 author-
ized the study of forest fire insur-
ance by the Federal Forest service,
and that group is now conducting
research on the problem. The re-
sults of their work will not be used
by the government, however, to
offer any forest fire insurance of
their own, but will be given to the
private companies to use in order
that they may reduce their rates to
permit forest owners to take out
insurance at more reasonable
premiums.
The Michigan State College Agri-

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Sixth Annual Exhibit
Of Local Art Planned'
Announcement has been made by
Professor Bruce M. Donaldson that
the sixth annual exhibition of the
work. of local amateur and profes-
sional artists, will be held in the
west gallery of Alumni Memorial
hail, from November 14, to 30.
The exhibit consists of original
works in the graphic, plastic, and
decorative arts, and is representa-
tive of the work both of members
and non-members, of the Ann
Arbor Art association.
peasant party who today as pre-
mier took over the reigns of gov-
efrnment, had earlier announced
the dissolution of parliament as an
indespensable condition' to his
forming a cabinet. He declared
that parliament as constituted was
not representative and that there
should be new and honest elec-
tions.
Manit, gained additional support
today by his vow of loyally to sup-
port the present monarchy.

Plans fpr the good-will tour of
the Latin Americas have been oc-
cupying the attention of President-
elect Herbert Hoover and the
Hoover family at their home in Palo
Alto, Cal. Above is shown a new
photograph of the U.S.S. Maryland,
superdreadnaught, which has been
assigned to the president-elect by
President Coolidge for the trip. Be-

low the battleship is the latest
photo of the nation's next execu- #
tive and Mrs. Hoover, together with
Betty, their granddaughter, snap-
ped on the veranda of their Palo
Alto home. Mr. Hoover, in making
the South American trip, will be oneI
of the first chief executives who
has ever journey to that country.
His trip will be in the nature of a
good will visit.

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LANSING, Nov. 13.-A commis-
sion made up of two Republicans
and one Democrat was named by
Gov. Fred W. Green yesterday to
recommend changes in the election
laws to the 1929 legislature.
Royan Brownell, Flint, and Den-
nis E. Alward, secretary of the
senate, Republicans, and Edward
Frensdorf of Hudson, former Dem-
ocratic candidate for governor are
the members. The governor be-
lieves changes should be made to
provide for a better method of
naming delegates to county con-
ventions, to provide for primary
election recounts and otherwise to
simplify the code.
The 1927 legislature, at the in-
stance of Senator Arthur E. Wood
of :Detroit, a political enemy, of
the governor, adopted the codifica-
tion which the governor believes
should be changed. Under it furi-
ous controversies have raged in
Detroit and elsewhere relative to
the choice of delegates in county
political conventions.
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BUCHAREST, NoV. 14.-The reg-
ency, having invested the new con-
fidence of the people today with
the government, issued a decree Just
dissolving parliament. New elec-'
tions for the lower house will be
held on December 12 and those for
the senate three days later. The UALITY
new parliament will meet on De-
cember 22.
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