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r THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Dr. Dana Leads"
Forestry Men
To Washington
Allan, Craig, Mathews, And
Ramsdell Will Attend
Capital Meeting
Dean Samuel T. Dana of the School
of Forestry and Conservation yester-
day led a delegation of five professors
of the forestry school to conventions
and conferences in Washington.
Dean Dana and Professors Shirley
W. Allen, Robert Craig, Jr., Donald
M. Matthews, and Willet F. Ramsdell
will attend the 35th annual meeting
of the Society of American Foresters
to be held tomorrow and Tuesday
in the Shoreland Hotel in Washing-
ton. Dean Dana will act as chairman
of the Division of Forest Education,
and will conduct discussions of forest
education problems before represen-
tatives of all the forestry schools in
the country. Professor Allen also
received word that he was chosen a
member of the society's committee
on public control of forest exploita-
tion.
Besides attending the convention,,
Professor Ramsdell will confer with
the Charles Lathrop Pack Forest Edu-
cation Board, which each year awards
scholarships throughout the United
States for leadership in forestry. He-
will endeavor to obtain additional
funds for the forestry survey he has-
been conducting.
Prof. E. C. O'Roke of the depart-
ment of forest zoology will also go to
Washington with them to confer with
the U. 5. Bureau of Biological Survey,
with which he is a collaborator, con-

To Remain In China

Demands For
Large Sehool
Grant Refused;
I Governor Fitzgerald Will
Support Appropriations'
Of $6,500,000 Less

LANFING, Jan. 26.- ()

Demanos

----Associated Press Photo.
At ice! 23 pcrccfi in varicus parts
of the wvrld have Ezaght to adopt this
infant, IHekn Priscilla Stai, orphaned
when Chin.- bandits killed her par-,
ents. But the child is to rcmain in
Tsr:nfu, China with her grand-
parents.
Lloyd Gerore
Outlines Plan
F or New Deal

of educational interests that the state
appropriate $25,000,000 a year forj
public school aid, in addition to the
primary fund, faced a serious stumb-
ling block today in Gov. Frank D.
Fitzgerald's frank refusal to consider
so large a grant.t
The governor told members of the
Republican state central committee
meeting here Friday that he believes
an appropriation of approximately
$18,500,000 such as he advocates willf
suffice. In order to alter him in his
stand, the "school people will have
to prove beyond doubt that amount
is absolutely necessary," he said.
"There is no member of the legis-
lature, nor any educator, more anx-
ious to give our children an adequate
education than I," the chief executive
declared. "The best demonstration
of that is the fact that I have recom-
mended to the Legislature that the
schools be given nearly $14,000,000
more of state aid than they got last
year. I believe that will be enough."
Last year the $20,700,000 appor-
tioned to the schools included $17,-
398,823 from the primary school fund,
made up of taxes collected from utili-
ties, insurance companies and so on.
The estimated primary fund this
year is $15,500,000.
The difference between the admin-
istration program and that urged by
the school organizations is approxi-
mately $6,500,000 a year. The gov-
ernor is willing to give them enough
from the general fund to supplementr
the primary fund and create a total
of $34,000,000.
-

Prof. Dow Baxter Describes
Sighng Mt. McKinley's Peak
c crhis f:irn rani out. While it seems
While I hee ,e many wonders t o -range that he began at such an early
be e ai ) s ional parks, perhaps hour to take pictures, it must be re-
cne ot he ieres( treais of all is to :vmered that in this part of the
sdcn wsible tip of Mt. Mc- country it is light most of the time.
K n anc Ct in a clear ble cloud- Professor Baxter mentioned that
I . N _ .h was the good fortune M. McKinley is by no means the only
of P T . Dw V. Baxer of the School attraction of the park. Few people
of Y:, r:: and Conservation, who know that the animal life as an at-
spei a 2:roat deal of time recently traction is surpassed only by the
inl( ing our northernmost national mountain itself. Bands of sheep and
a _ k, M McKinley. caribou find pasturage within the
Photographers have tried for 30 glaciated valleys and mountain sides
years to obain satisfactory pictures of the great Alaskan range. Profes-
of the park's principal scenic attrac- sor Baxter has already shown moving
tion, alt. McKinley, the highest peak pictures taken in the park of grizzly
cn (:U (,.r nent, but the days are bear and hundreds of caribou.
few when such an opportunity pre- The surprise of the park, Professor
sents itself. Baxter stated, was to se a number of
Just pi cvious to Professor Baxter's sea gulls, over 300 miles inland. "These
good fortune, the local photographer gulls were seen most abundantly at
from Fairbanks, 150 miles away, had breakfast time on the gravel bars
given up the attempt to photograph near our camp not far from the Sav-
the peak and had returned home. age River. They would visit us every
Professor Baxter, finding atmospheric morning and carry away the fish
conditions clear, began taking pictures bones and left-overs from our break-
at 3 a.m. and continued until 9 a.m. fast," Professor Baxter recounted.
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cerning his work with deer lung- LONDON, Jan. 26. - (P) - The na-
worms. tional government's foreign secretary
extended a welcoming hand today to
Petition Asks Recount David Lloyd George. old Libeial
fighter who seeks a "New Deal" for
Of Wayne County Vote Britain.
The war-time premier's return to
DETROIT, Jan. 26 -P- A peti- the political arena gives rise to some
urinesadin o the-m re grand speculation whether the national gov-
jury investigation of the recount of ernment might consider enlisting his
Wayne county votes for attorney services in its drive toward recovery.
genteral and secretary of state con- Sir John - Simon, Britain's foreign
ducted last December by a legislative secretary, speaking at Bexhill-on-the-
committee was presented this after- Sea, expressed satisfaction at "this
noon to Judge Thomas M. Cotter, daughty warrior's return to active
presiding judge of recorder's court. political life."
The request came from Attorney The Liberals are pledged to sup-
General Harry S. Toy, through his port Lloyd George's policies and have
assistant, Chester P. O'Hara. promied to take their campaign to
The .petition charged that ballots the speaking platform.
had been tampered with during the Lloyd George enters the lists with
recheck and that fraudulent entries a new battle cry.
and erasures of records had been His "gentlemen, give me the guns"
made in violation of the statutes. of 1915, becomes "give work instead
The court declined to call the grand of dole" in 1935.
jury until Prosecutor Duncan C. Mc- He wants a powerful, permanent
Crea had been notified of the state's "brain trust" to plan definite action,
action. He set Wednesday morning an international co-operation in fi-
as the time for McCrea to appear nance, slum clearance and a scheme
before him, of land settlement.
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