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THE MICHIGAN LA ILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER , 1930

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Authority

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Econonic

Aspect

of

Forestry

EXPERT DESCRIBES
gERMANY'S SHARE,
INft ORESTRY V 4Ofl IK"

RMtR GERMAN WAR CHIEF

SEES

tMvastation of German Forests
Brought About the Inception
6f Conservation Progran.
SAS OXFORD PROFESSOR
lso iscusses Theory of Crop
Rotation, and Conflicting
Views on the Subject.
N. E. Hiley, formerly of the Im-
peiil Forestry institute at Oxford
university, yesterday addressed a
large audience in Natural Science
auditorium on "The Economic His-
tCry of Forestry."
Hiley discussed the purpose of
forestry - that of conserving and?
using properly of one of the world's!
great resources-and traced its ear-
ly development.,
Forestry Very Old.
"lodern forestry began in the
early years of the last century, when
the German forests were devastat-
ed,and a severe shortage of fuel was
feared," he stated, and went on to
explain the methods hit upon to
ameliorate the situation. The prin-
Ciple of rotating the cutting of tim-
ber, so that each acre would be
d*-forosted only once in 120 or 140
years, was introduced at that time.
"The plan adopted by the early
fortsters was to cut only as much
as coild be replaced," Riley con-
tinued. "And by cutting less than
was grown, they increased the
denseness and size of Germany's
timber tracts."-
Two Schools in Germany.
He went on to describe the two
conflicting schools of thought in
fd1estry, the "soil rental" school and
the "forest rental" school. The first
of these, he said, believes that it is
economically advisable to produce
the largest rate of interest possible
on an acre by using a rotation of
eigty or even forty years. It does
nt, of course conflict in any way;

MILIT ARY FORCE PARADE AT BERLIN
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- e4Associated Press Phiito
President Von Hindenburg,.
Eighty-year-old head of the German repubic, as he appeared at
mammoth army review held near Berlin recntly. The maneuvers
carried out by infantry, cavalry, bicycle corps, and other units, and

RB MOTIVATIN KY
J. H. Muyskens and P. H. Scott
Collaborate on Speech Text
to be Published Soon.
HAS NO TITLE THUS FAR

ANN ARBOR NEWS-BRIEFS

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$85,000 for Addition.

Shifting the emphasis from the C
form and content of speech to the fo
historical basis of reaction as 17
found in the audience, is the pri- $8a
mary aim of the book which has ph
just been completed by Prof. John do
Henry Muyskens, of the depart-
ment of general linguistics and
speech, and Prof. P. H1. Scott, of Ibe
the City College of Detroit, e
This work, which deals with theI ing
"process of persuasion" of an au- ihe
dience, has not as yet been given gr
a title but will be published soon.
"It is," said Professor Muyskens, site
"not primarily a text book of au- un
dience psychology, but is an at- ch
tempt to direct attention to the
keys of motivation of an audience." th
As an illustration, Professor Muy- th
skens said that advertisers have he
learned the keys of motivation of
the public. In other words they
know how to arouse the public so
as to attract attention to the ar-
ticles that are being advertised.
In this book the authors attempt I
to classify these keys, pointing out
that certain ones should be used
for certain types of audiences, so
that a speaker may arouse his au-
dience in the same way that ad-,
vertisers arouse their readers.
"Briefly" said Professor Muy-
skens, the most important keys are
self presevation, gain, fear, curio-
sity, sex, pugnacity, power, repu-
tation, sentiment, affection, taste,
pride, caution, self induldence, and
sympathy. However there are of
course m a n y combinations of
these."
LOSES DAMOND RING.
Mrs. W. N. Coprich, of Ann Arbor,'
reported the loss of a diamond ring
valued at $75, to police Sunday.
The ring, which Mrs. Coprich lost
Saturday night, is white gold and
is set with one large diamond and
two smaller stones.

Construction of a new parish hall
the Bethlehem Evangelical
h u r c h, costing approximately
5,000, will begin in 1932 if present
ans are carried out, Rev. Theo-
re R. Schmale, pastor, said yes-
rday.
The building, an anniversary pro-
~t, will, uider the proposed plans,
completed in 1933, commemorat-
g the hundredth anniversary of
e church, the oldest German con-
egation in Michigan.
The hall will be erected on the
e now known as the church house,
til fAve years ago used as a
urch parsonage.
Providing many new facilities for
e various church orga.izatioiis,
e new addition, two stories rin
ight, will have accomniodation.

for a church parlor, meeting room,
beginners' department, primary de-
partment, of ices and the pastor's
study on the first floor, and an au-
ditorium and gymnasium on the
second floor.
Bethlehem Evangelical church
was organised here in 1833 by Rev.
F. Schmid, who served as pastor
until 1832. The present structure,
on South Fourth avenue, was built
in 1895 at a cost of $25,000.
Priests Convene Here
Catholic priests of the Detroit
diocese will convene at St. Thomas
church here today for the twenty-
seventh annual conference of the
Priests' Eucharistic league. Mass
will be said at 10:30 o'clock, with 40
altar boys, dressed in red cassocks
and white suplices, assisting in the
service. The St. Thomas boys'choir,
composed of 75 school children, will
sing the mass. The meeting of the
league is the first to be held in

Joins Building League
The Ann Arbor Building and Loan
association has been made a mem-
ber of the United States Building
and Loan league, according- to an
announcement of the leaue s.ecre-
tary-treasurer, H. F. Cellari us of
Cincinnati. More than 1.200 as..o-
ciations are members of this organ-
ization. Business of the league is
administered by an executive and
staff from offices in Chicago.
Technical ItlustEations
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