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PAGE SIX

THE MICHMAN DAILY

PAGE SIXTHE-MICHGAN-DAIL

Bishop Speaks
On University
Radio Series'

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Members Of Forestry School
Return From TVA Meeting
Dean S. T. Dana and Prof. W. FI work has already been performed by
Ramsdell of the School of Forestry the numerous CCC camps in the ter-

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Librarian Of University "MOST PRECIOUS mis-titled but still is a rather touch-
Tell fn ife Ines -THING IN LIFE" U ing drama of a mother who gave up
Tells Of Life In His THNher son as a small baby, and then,
Profession The Whitney Theatre presents "Most unknown toh im, makes over his life
Precious Thing In Life," a Universal after his father has succeeded in iak-
"The Librarian" was the subject of Picture with Jean Arthur and Richard Ing pretty much of a snob out of him.
Cromwell plus "Jolly Little Elvesh," "At There is a football game, which is
the talk given by Dr. William W. Bis- the Mike," and Lowell Thomas in a unusual in that the hero doesn't win
hop, University librarian, yesterday travelogue, the game for the alma mater, and a
over station WJR as part of the Vo- Assweet young thing that is done rather
IAt times it becomes exceedingly dif- well by Jean Arthur. The picture is
national Guidance series, sponsored ficult to rate any show with a defi- not great drama by any means, but it
by the University. I nite number of stars and give it a is rather pleasing entertainment.
Dr. Bishop first explained the limi- really fair evaluation. We are remind- We personally get a great thrill
tations under which a librarian ed upon such occasions of the profes- out of these animated cartoons, and
necessarily must work. "A lawyer sor who announces at the beginning the old story of the elves and the
can practice law wherever he can of each semester that the discrep- shoemaker is done to perfection in a
find clients. He is not even wholly ancies in marks will vary from high color feature. You get acquainted with
dependent on courts. A doctor can C's to low C's with a few other marks, Ford Bond, Baby Rose Marie, Tess
practice medicine in the country or thrown in. Shows are about the same, t Gardell, and others of radio fame
in the city. But a librarian cannot and the current offering which opened 'in a special comedy short, "At the
do his work apart from the library." yesterday at the Whitney is of the 'Mike." Lowell Thomas conducts the
No Riches higher C class. travelogue. -C.A.E.
Dr. Bishop said a librarian's work of industry had hoped for. Accom-
is varied and there are many special- Taggart Describes plishments have also been unevenly
ists in the different fields. To meet spread. However, I feel that a great
these diverse needs there are special Results Of1 NRA many features of the codes will find a
schools designd to train people to be permanent place in commercial prac~
librarians. Anyone who plans to go Prof. Herbert F. Taggart, associate ties in one way or another.c
into library work as a career should
also plan to go to a library school, professorofaccountinginthe School
he declared. of Business Administration, returned
Speaking of the salaries received recently from Washington, D.C., EEK- E r
by librarians, Dr. Bishop said, "I where he has been acting in an offi- ,VY L w N
should tell you frankly that there is cial capacity as chief of the cost ac- -
no chance of growing rich in library counting unit of the Research and! 16 Oz. CIGAR
work. There is a living in it, and a Planning Division of the NRA. RU B ING Cae,
career of public service - that's about In speaking of the results of the CL Camels,
all. No honest man gets wealthy inChsefld
al. o onstma gtswelty ncodes thus far, Professor Taggart A LCOHOL eseRe
the public service. His rewards are said, "Although the codes have ac- j LR
of a different sort from those of the complished a great deal in raising $1 20
business world. But they are very wages and lowering hours, in the mat- 50c Williams
real and very durable, if not very sub- ter of fair trade practices they have H 2 pack
stantial." not accomplished as much as leaders SHAVING
CREAM SOAP

and Conservation have returned fromj
the annual meeting of the American
Forestry Association held at Knox-
ville, Tenn. in co-operation with the+
Tennessee Valley Authority. The
meeting centered largely around the
land use planning activities of the
TVA, which are designed to even-
tually affect the entire 28 billion
acres within the Tennessee Valley1
Basin.
One of the most vital land use
problems is concerned with the con-
trol of soil erosion, which not only
is gradually destroying many of the
steep sidehill farms of the region, but
also is silting up the present and pro-
posed power reservoirs, the men re-
ported.
A good deal of actual soil erosion

ritory. "The administrative direction
of all the control projects visited
has been performed by the forestry
division of the TVA, which has shown
a good deal of ingenuity in develop-
ing control technique best suited to
the terrain and in lowering unit
costs," Professor Ramsdell said.
A trip to the Great Smoky Moun-
tain National Park, which lies entirely
within the basin, served to illus-
trate to the members of the associa-
tion the important improvements
made by the National Park Service.

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