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May 24, 1934 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Potential Defender Of The America's Cup

The Rainbow, class "J'' sloop owned by the Vanderbilt syndicate,
and built to defend the America's cup if she wins the right to do so,
is shown as she felt the wind in her sails for the first time. With Com-
modore Harold Vanderbilt at the helm, she started from Bristol, R. I.,
where she was built, and made a trial trip down Narragansett Bay.

Book Exhibit Now At Library
Is American Publishers' Goa

NRA Forestry
Code Goes Into
Effect June 1
Various Rules Of Forest
Practice Outlined For
Different Regions
Rules of forest practice, as set
forth in the lumber code of the Na-
tional Recovery Administration, will
go into effect June 1, according to
Dean Samuel T. Dana of the School
of Forestry and Conservation. The so-
called "conservation" section of the
code will be the last of its provisions
to go into effect. Other sections have
been in operation since the fall of
1933.
Two Conferences Held
Two conferences have been held in
Washington, one last October and
another in January, to' determine the
general principles to be followed in
bringing about the sustained produc-
tion of forest resources undeiprivate
ownership.
As a result of these conferences,
rules of forest practice for each re-
gion and for each type of forest land
have been developed in the various
forest regions of the country. Differ-
ent regulations are needed in the va-
rious sections due to the different
conditions under which the lumber in-
dustry must operate.
Bill Being Considered
A bill is now being considered in
Congress which will add $60,000 to
the contrbution now being made by
the Federal Government for co-opera-
tion with the States in fire protection.
It is hoped that this aid will facilitate
partcipation n the observance of the
" code by the private operators. The
e government is also buying land which
s private operators are nt able to keep
h~ going.
The conservation section of the
s lumber code represents an attempt to
- perpetuate the nation's forests by the
- application of scientific rules for cut-
ting. Two separate inspection forces
l will be maintained to carry out and
d enforce the rules of practice. The in-
p dustry itself will provide one force and
, the government another.
n
e Music Student Will
Give Detroit recital
Helen Van Loon, '32SM, who gave
e her debut Tuesday evening at the
e Women's City Club, Detroit, will pre-
- sent again this aftenoon another
e song recital at the Club.
g Miss Van Loon, who was prominent
Sin Student and music affairs on the
campus several years ago and ap-
e peared in the Junior Girls Play of
t 1931, has been studying voice in New
York the past year. While at the
s University, she was a student of Mr.
s Arthur Hackett.
In addition to possessing a facile
y soprano voice, Miss Van Loon is an ac-
' complished pianist, and is a member
d of Mu Phi Epsilon, national honorary
'- music society. She was accompanied
s by Stanley Fletcher, of Ann Arbor.

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
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Classified Advertising Department.
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o'clock previous to day of insertions.
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(on basis of five: average words to
line) for one or two insertion,,.
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insertions.
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Telephone Rate-15c per reading line for
one or two insertions.
14c per reading line for three or more
insertions.
10,discount if paid within ten days
from the dlate of last insertion.
Mihimunm three lines per insertion.
By Contract, per line-2 lines daily, one
month................ c
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2 lines daily, college year ......7
4 lines E. 0. D., college year ....7c
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The above rates are per reading line,
based on eight reading lines per inch of
71z point Ionic type, upper t,_ad lower
case. Add 6c per line to above rates for
all capital letters. Add 6c per line to
above for bold face, upper and lower
case. Add 10 per line to above rates for
bold face capital letters.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Cameo broch: 411 E. Wash-
ington or call 2-2057..Reward. 478
LOST: International Law Book, in
1025 Angell Hall. Reward. John B.
Deo, phone 2-3434. 476-
FOR RENT
LARGE, airy rooms for summer
school students. Nicely furnished.
Prices $2 and $1.50 each. Opposite
Law School. 718 Monroe St.
477

FOR SALE
GRADUATION OR CHILD'S PET
Scotty pups, famous bloodlines
$20 and $25. 2376 Springwells
Detroit 473
WANTED
WANTED: Will pay cash for a~1930
or '31 Ford coupe or roadster..Call
5768. H. H. Smith. 475
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary offices 200
North Main. 5x
,WANTED: For next semester. Room
in house with few roomers. Shower
bath. Box 51. 471
WANTED: Canoe. Old Town or equiv-
alent. Write stating condition,
equipment, and price. Wm. M. Bell,
1950 Grand River, Detroit. 472
WANTED: A portable typewriter. Call
4208 before 6:30. 469
WANTED: Used clothing. Best prices
paid for men's clothes and shoes.
Phone 3317. I Friedman. 468
HELP WANTED
WANTED: Male and female college
students to retail our article, indis-
pensable to every man. Nothing like
it on the market. Apply next Tues-
day from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. at
the Allenel Hotel. Mr. Sidney Wine-
burgh. 479
LAUNDRY
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x

CLASSIFIED DIRECTOR

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"Fifty Books About Bookmaking,
selling at one dollar, while $100 is the
price of the Oxford University Pres
publication, "Three Early Spanish
Tapestries," by Phyllis Ackerman.
Several of the books have feature
which render them more than prdi
narily interesting to the average on
looker. One, "The People's Forests,
by Robert Marshall, has the title label
printed on a thin piece of smoothed
wood attached to the jacket. "Chamj
Rose," by the noted Bruce Rodgers
befits its title by being printed ir
rose-red ink. Printed by Edmund B
Thompson, "Portraits on our Postag
Stamps" is spaced to permit the in
troduttion of the stamps referred t
in the course of the text.
Local Touch In Book
Bringing the exhibit closer to hom
in the minds of the spectators is th
reference,. on the exposed page of Wil
liam K. Vanderbilt's "West Mad
East With the Loss of a Day" to th
naval tank in the engineering buildin@
here at Michigan in which a mode
of the Alva, the ship on which th
cruise described was made, was firs
tested.
Summarizing briefly the comment
of the exhibit's reviewers, the book
most generally conceded to be out
standing are "Old Charleston," b
Charles W. Smith, for its wood cuts
"An Immoral Anthology," illustrates
by Andred Durenceau, for its line en
gravings, "Early American Children
Books" printed by the Southwort
Press, for its fine printing, Dwiggin
"Marco Polo" for its design, and, a
previously mentioned, Bruce Rodger'
"Champ Rose," for its unusual forms
[)etroit Advertising
Cruise Plans m adc
An "All-Michigan Recovery Cruis
of the Great Lakes" for the purpos
of securing nation-wide advertisin
to Detroit andthe Great lakes regior
has been planned for the period, Jun
14 to 18, by the Detroit Board o
Commerce,
Members of chambers of commerc
the country over who are affiliated
with the National Chamber of Com
merce have been invited to partici
pate in the cruise which will tak
them to Sault Ste. Marie, Escanaba
and Mackinac Island.
A variety of activities and enter
tainments have been, planned for
those making the trip.

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