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January 10, 1929 - Image 2

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11"HE MICA-WIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 11271

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, 3ANUARY 10, I~2~

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nLrirrnPanrnTemporary Camp Site Chosen For Forestry DANA GETS IZAAK
And Conservation Summer Field Expedition WALTON POSITION
-[ h-tmust be entering the forestry cur-
A site has been chosen for a ricula. In this respect the camp Announcement has just been
'summercamp for the School of. is introductory. The permanent made that Dean Samuel T. Dana,
Forestry and Conservation, it was camp will also serve the purpose of the School of Forestry and Con-
Reports on sociological studies announced by Prof. Robert Craig. of experimentation in other phases servation, has been elected to the
who returned yesterday from a of wild life conservation. It isboarionthasen eic h
were given by professors of that trip through northernM ichigan in planned to do actual logging and board of directors of the Michigan
department at a meeting of theouh ngg i division of the Izaak Walton league
;qwest'of a suitable site. practice forest management 'in
American Sociological society held The purpose of the summer general. All those planning to for the ensuing year.
in Chicago during the Christmas camp of the forestry school, is to enter forestry should inquire about At present the board is engaged
vacation. Several departnient make possible the instruction of the camp at the forestry school in in formulating their policies for
members, including Dr. R. C. Angell, forestry under practical field con- Natural Science building. this year. Another phase of their
who is now on leave of absence, dition's. The present site is mere- Professor Craig also observed task is the outlining of the progratn
attended. ly temporary however. and will be many logging operations in the up- for Michigan. Shirley W. Allen,:of
Dr. C. H. Cooley. head of the de- used only this summer, having per peninsula, studying them in de- the forestry school, represented
partment. read a paper on the been donated for that season. It tail and taking moving pictures Dean Dana at the board's first
"Life Stuy of Methods Applied t is located in Algier county in for the benefit of the courses in ,rmeting last week.
ur'al Social Research." Dr. A. E. northern Michigan. near Munising. the forestry school here.
Woad led a discussion on the a The camp will be operated concur- UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-The
praisal of the community m e- rently with the summer session NORTHWESTERN - Cigarettes clas of 1929 will help uneil he
ment. He also presided over one of here are considered a necessity by 20 of! Alma Mater statuary group which
the community center sessions. Dr. In order to be eligible to attend the 275 girl students answering a is being sculptured for the school
L. J. Carr, read a paper concern- the camp one must have finished questionaire sent out by the col- by Lorado Taft, and given by the
ing a study of the lives of 137 typi- two years of collegiate work and lege Y. W. C. A. five preceeding senior classes.
cal inventors.-_

ence, Arts, and Letters, which is'
scheduled to meet here on March
14, 15, 16. a symposium which willx
have to do entirely with Michigan.
geology will be held, it has been
announced by Pror. R. C. Hussey of -
the geology department, who is
chairman of the geology section of
the Academy for the meeting this
year.
Professor Hussey is arranging to"
bring to the meetings authorities.
who have investigated t.he various
phases of the geology of Michigan*
over a period of years with the,
idea of bringing up to date and
correlating all the known geological ___
facts concerning the state. People
from 'all over the state especially Jacob Gould Schurman, center, American ambassador to Germany,
interested in this phase are being au the official presentation in Berlin, Germany, in which he gave the
invited to attend the symposium, University of Heidelberg a check for x$500,000 raised by American friends
Professor Hussey announced. of the school. At left is Dr. Heinscheimer, Heidelberg rector, and at
In connection with this sympo- right, Mayor Walz, of Berlin.
sium the State Geological survey
has been cooperating with the
muembers of the geology depart-
ment.- The department has beeni
aiding the Survey for a long period Some M en Feared Her
of time in investigating Michigan S
geology and it is felt that enough
material is now possessed to bringBAll
the geologic history of the state TODAY
up toddate from the very earliest
periods.I
One of the phases which will be
stressed at the symposium is the
recent, discovery of oil in they state.
About a dozen of the foremost oil
geologists of the state have been
invited to attend the meeting, and
much useful information concern-
ing the oil situation will be re-;
yealed, it is expected. she scorned all men! T
Facts concerning the coal mines of her whip shrieked av
of the state and other material not Presented that all men understood-
widely known will also be brought by man heard it echo a son
out at this symposium, Professori ROBERT here is a symphony ofr
iussey stated. I KANE blended into a dramatic
Story by piece by three great stars;
' JForrest
Five Men Perish When Halsey
1. P .1 Iand Leland

Probably the most interesting to
the University, was the report of
Dr. Angell on the investigation of
social adjustment of 219 unselect-
ed students at the University, which
he supervised last year. Only the
methods of the research were re-
ported at this meeting.
Several of the other professors
and instructors of the department
were also in attendance at the
society meeting.
cert
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