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"THE MIICH'-IGAN DAI~ly

. Vinal Will
)eak H~ere On
nature Study
iker Is Well Knowni
Outdoor NMan, Caml)
rector And Teacher
William G. Vinal, of Western
ve University, will give an illus-
lecture at 4:15 p. m. Tuesday,
25, in the University High
1 Auditorium under the aus-
of the School, of Education, it
cen announced. The topic of
nal's talk will be "°Nature Edu-
iin School." The main object
svisit here is to address the
in directed teaching that is con-
d by Prof. Raleigh 'Schorling,
visor of directed teaching in the
rsity High School.
Vinal, familiarly known to
-eds of camp and school people,
ap'n Bill," is a thorough-going
or mazy, having done nature
ig in Glacier National Park, di-
summer camps, and for years
een a professor of nature- edu-
.n Rhode Island College, West-
eserve University, and other
Is. At present he is professor
ure education at Western Re-
University, =6d director of the

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TheSixtccthAnniual Champion-
ship cbat in Ohe Michigan Hsighi
_~ roil Debaing eaguwill be held
Cat~ch_. -gh, .Aprril 28, at Hill Au-
,loiu.,Ii year t lhe debate is
betwen amstqueand Flint North-
I%. Musk; ,on t cioaiicl-n dOxford,
la,.st yea s 1'a.pin ri rnner-
urp v_-~tvly c c liminated in
Thi wck i~itt ins eresent by
ih~~~ ~~ iItivtn hmt ated and
tha ha ben araned.This pro-
.:ra nc1.ldes campus ti ours, student
conulttiosa varsity baseball
game1?._, and a concert by the varsity
bandimmdiaelypjreceding the de-
l cate.
The judges of this year s debate
arc Dean Ralph Dennis of the School
of Speech at Northwestern Univer-
sity, and Professors G. E. Densmore
and J. M. O'Neill of the Department
of Speech and General Linguistics
here.

The release of pent-up pur~cha.sing
power has caused a marked upw- ardi
movemenin i the bulsin~ess activ:ity oi
according to Prof. C. L. Jamisoni, of
the Schiool of Business Administra,-
tion. "The result," said Professo r
Jamison, "is that a compositeine
of business activ ity ought to show a
more abrupt ascent this year than ini
preceding years. Moreover, the more
recent recognition of impending in-
flaitioni undoubtedly will accelerate
the movement still further."
The effect of the banking holidlay
!that started locally early iiin ebrri?yI
and spread over the entire countruyj
towvard the end of the month ha
been to halt or at leaft retard tee
normal upwvard movemient of busi-
ness this spring. Althoughd the geni-
eral trend of business has been dis-
tinctly downward since the summner
of 1929, each of the past fourings
including the present, has, shown t he,
normal upward seasoa<na ovementz,
Professor Jamison said.

inrase 'NAin bu61 sS tvhyringal
th srngmnts Bsnescon-
i February :adthis stimullatein-1
du1strA! aci ivity, Lcausing an inreamsf
in falctory employnt a cnd amrked'ICC
rie in freight car loadings.
Cheek exchang;es outsie of thec in-
fluence of speculative markets, the
mot rmien f whic.h is New
York city., normnally increase unti;
early, idsum 7. he're is a con-
sidecrable drop inl department store
sales iniaur but they then turn
tupward uti-miummer. Steel pro-
duction is greatly aided byh the in-
ecase in automobile production in
the early spring and the rise in
building construiction.

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2=iM:EOQ RAPHAZN G
xarp~§ r &nd.n t y done in~
our ow,:-hop 'I canetent
06D LORRILL,

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Rams'ay MacDonald (left), four times premier of Great Britain, arrived ih New Y ork ye-te tay on the
S. S. Berengaria for a conference with President Rloo 3evlt concerning: world ceonomic cn~in and war
debts. Edlouard Ilerriot (right), still regarded as the ceioiinant figure in France, who will arrive tomorraw
on the S. S. Ile de France, will also take part in the cEunferenece. Due to rumors of inflation and abaiidon-
ment of the gold standard the terms of the conference are gretatly complicated.

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Bati oe aiyOPEN ALL NIGHT
'Ladies Invited Across from Angell Hall

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lanid remember Dr.
ne of the leaders in
y its national recog-
io~n of out.-of-door
tture education. The
egiven in the Uni-
ie out-door labora-
hes scout leaders,
rvisors, and nature
an ex-president of
mp Directors Asso-
of Nature Guiding,
Note Book, and the
Notebook~. Also, he
or a number of pe-
he valuable work of
ie how to make use
appreciate the gifts
at the door of the
Vinal will devote-
r re to garden" clubs
,eation programs.
xith his visit to Ann
ddress the Forestry
tLakes Inter-Camp
Cramp Counselors

Measures For
Camp, Custer
Are Approved'
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rvatry penfor inspection; 8
.---ap Nght in Sleepy Hallowt
Lantern Night at Palmer Field;
m.-free show at Michigan andJ
stic Theatres: 9 p. m. to 1 a.. m. .
y dance in the Union ballroom;'
p. m.-- "Nothing Ever. Hap-
"Lydia M4endelssohn Theatrc,
,nts.
turday, May 13. From 9 a. im. to
r.-engineering. college, Univer-
Museum, Alumini Memorial Hall,
1Research~ Library, Architecture
ling open; 9 a. in. to noon-
hins lull classrooms open if
ruction permits; 10 a. .to
0p. mn.-business adminstra-
school in Tappan Hall open; 9
to noon--archeology and phays-
isplays, and Mr. Smith's inter-
scontinue; 9 a. m.-golf, Mich-
vs. Ohio State, University golf
se, free; 10 a. nt.-freshman-
Qaiqre spring games; 1 p. i.-
ecoming luncheon for Michigan
ies in the League, 55 cents; 2
p. m.n-William Clements Library
2:30 p. m. -tennis, Michigan
hio State, Ferry Field, free; 2:30
.-baseball, Michigan vs. Ohio
e, Ferry Field, 25 cents; 6 p. i.-
iy Blanquet, in the Union, $1;
p. m.-"Nothlng Ever Happens,"
l i a Mend~elssoh~n Theatre, 50
s; 9 p. m., to midnight- dancing
'e Union.
~i ay, May~ 14. From 9 a.. mn to'
0 p. m.-U'tniversity Museum can-
es open; 10 a. m.--speetial Moth-
Day service in Lydia Mendel-
n~ Theatre under auspices of the
tent Christian Association; 2 to
m.--special tours of the Univer-
Museum at 1 and 3 p. in.; 3 to
m.-WMilliam Clements Library
i, 3 to 5 p. m.--Transportation
ary on first floor, of East Engi-
in; Building opena; 4 to 6 p. i.-
ident Alexander C. Ruthven and
iRuthven at home to visitors at
rSouth University Avenue home.

pital out of the total registration of'
2,600, which includes the regular t
army men also stationed there. t
Professor Jotter said that the camp
has already taken on the appearance l
of a well ordered community, and
that regular training activities are t
being carried on, with men engaged
after breakfast in calisthenics and inI
learnin g how to move and work to.-
gether by squads. Some of the woods
work under way is the cutting- of
dead and defective, trees, which are
used for fire wood in the camp.
To a limited degree the C. C. C.
men at Camp. Custer for conditioning
will be used in improving the camp,
but primarily it is proposed that for-
estry and allied works will be done I
by two wor . units, which. will be
stationed Permanently at the campP.
Accordinlg to Colonel Langdon, there
is sufficient work to keep these units
busy for more than six months. Work
includes removal of dead and fallen,
material, improvement of cuttings in
the woods, and planting of trees and I
shrubbery for landscape effect, as
well as reforestation, or tree planting.
Removal of ties of the various rail..
road spurs built during war time and
the construction of a look-out tower,
and fire breaks or fare lines are also
part of the plan. Professor Jotter
explained that these fire linies arc
cleared strips from which all trees
and shrubs have been removed to
make it easily possible -to keep the
lines from weeds, grass, and other
inflammable material by cultivation
or plowing a1t various intervals.
Arrangements have already beenI
made for dletailedl work by staff mem-
bers of the forestry. school early ne' tt
week. Prof. W. F. Ramsdell will offer
furthersuggest'in on management'
and fire control for the area and
N. E. Mnf.ster, Forest,'Technician,
will do s iapl marking of trees to
be cut for the improvement of t"'e
stanld. Prof. Shirley Allen and Pro-
fessor Jot[ter will give a series of
talk on the underlying principles of
forestry anrd conservation to the men,
who Ldter will b4e engaged in working
out details of the national plan of
the conservation of natural resources.
Etitiieers Tr1old
1111ket' Next Week

Remdli Sl
TODAY ONLY!

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Ciaptain Lord Detailed 1 : ost- Vacation S Lant pe(1e
To Conservation Corps To Health Service Is On
Orders were received yesterday at The usual post-vacation health
R. 0. T. C. headquarters, detailing service stampede is on again, ac-f
+apt. Robert N. Lord of the depart- cording to Dr. William. Brace, of the
nent of military science and tacticshelhsri.
to temporary duty with the Civilian hat evc;
Conservation Corps at Camp Custer. Colds, cuts, sprains, infections
"Captain Lord wiill leave not later' and diverse other ailments are oc-
than April 2 and his duty with cupying the attention of the doc-
the C. C. C. will probably last for tors. Many pro-vacation patients are
several months," said Maj. Basil D, also back for a final inspection.
Edwatrds, head of the department. _______________
.Captain Lord's classes will be!
taken by Lieut. Richard R. Coursey, 100 ENGRAVED CARDS
Capt. Arthur_ B. Custis and Major and PLATE $2.25
Edwards. The three officers will di- - Any style ---
vide ll o hisclases beweenthAVI111E& OiHANGEn
videallof is lases etwen hem109-111 East Washington St.
except the drill classes, which willJ Phone 8132 second Floor
go entirely to Lieutenant Coursey. J

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present time is particularly com-
mendable, and favored by the
Mayor and other leading citizens
... Repair your house, and pre-
pare your grounds for spring .. .
These merchants can take care
of all your needs.

.in order to cut our overhead we are
go!ing to remodel our- store to fit the
needs of the Fifth AVenue ICShip ;as
well as ouir own. This meanster
ik our back wrall partition downvi
and buildin- it farther back, tear-
Ig o1.1r counter down and buildling
it mTolrC compact. It also means IOUr
need f9ol ready cash.

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Si FE I '--LEL

Plans for the Engineer Smoker,Idob-hgspcehel
annual party for all classes, were z; , Reg u lar 35 c val ue-
discussed Thurs'day night at a meet- 6p. or$ .0,par
ing of the Engineering Council.;>
The Smnoker will be held at 7:30 Garters, reg. 35c Apollo. . 19c
p. mn. April 25. in, the ballroom of rr
th~ Union with music by Al Cowan 's I Suspenders, reg. $ 1.00C pr. 'i' 49c
orchestra." Refreshments will beI
served, and there will be smoking,1
wrestling, boxing, and 'tumbling for "A 0&K
consulting engineer of Columbus, CAMPUS TIE RACK
i~ the speaker for the occasion. Mr. I 300-E SOUTH STATE STREET
Wyler will be given a dinner party I 1.,Dsc.r h rcsmre ntewno.Te r h
by ;the faculty before the smoker. FS--Dorgrm terprices, anar ;c noewindlas heyd.eih
T ickets are on sale for '25 centsfomri isa lrenj
in the hball of the West Engineering
Building. --- ~-

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