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LGE TWO THE MICHiTIGAN DIEIY Tuh

SDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1935

Did They Vote Yes Or No On New Deal?

F. A. Mattis Made
Deputy By Sheriff
Appointment of a new deputy, rais-
ing the number of the present force
to seven, was announced yesterday by
Sheriff Jacob C. Andres. Floyd A.
Mattis, a department foreman at the
local King-Seeley corporation was.
chosen for the position from a list of
seven applicants.
Mr. Mattis was selected on the basis
of his previous experience and general
fitness for the position, a policy fol-
lowed by the department to insure
the best protection with a limited
force, it was stated.
EXAMINATION WAIVED
Edward Brovarney, 723 Moore St.,
waived examination in justice court
yesterday on a charge of breaking
and entering. He was bound over to
circuit court where he will be heard
during the present term.
SMITH TO SPEAK
Harold D. Smith, director of the
Michigan Municipal League, will
speak before the 22nd annual con-
ference of state weights and mea-
sures officials today in Flint on "The
Michigan Municipal League's Picture
of Weights and Measures."

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-Associated Press Phot-o.
Carefily withholding predictions on the outcome, President Roose-
velt east his vote at the town hall in Hyde Park, N. Y., with his wife.
New York selected a new legislature in the off-year balloting.

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nder pressure washes away this up-
er layer. It is only then that float- In l e r dra UU ae,
ng dredges, are able to get at the
old-bearing gravel, he added. Faculty G ou
As to the natural wealth of Alaska
s far as forests are concerned, Pro- *
essor Baxter declared the trees are Leave Trimp
unequaled on any coast line in the
world." One sees, he added, immense
rees here, and some of the spruce Party Of 40 Is To Inspect
each a maximum diameter of about Blowing M hine
ight feet. "Not uncommonly," he
xplained, "individual spruce trees In Toledo
ontain'.more lumber than we find in
/Iichigan in our best forest produc- A party of about forty students and
ng areas over an entire acre of land." faculty of the College of Pharmacy
Chese forests have not fallen into left this morning by , special car en
>rivate ownership, but most of the route to Toledo and Indianapolis. At
rea is owned and managed by the Toledo the party will spend three
epple of the United States. hours in observing the automatic
These forests offer great oppor- glass blowing machinery of the Lib-
unity for the pulp and paper indus- bey Glass Manufacturing Company
ries, Professor Baxter continued, and and also the manufacture of atom-
he potential productive capacity of izers and spray apparatus at the De-
his forest land is of more real conse- Vilbiss plant.
luence than even the present' stand Arriving in Indianapolis at 6 p.m.,;
f merchantable timber. "Controlled the party will be the guests of Eli
perations by the Federal Forest Ser- Lilly and Company while in the
ice," he concluded, "should insure a city. Hotel accommodations have
ermanent reserve for a continued been provided at the Severin Hotel
tse of them." and a banquet will be followed by
Visits Mt. McKinley a theater pan'ty in the evening.
During his visit to Alaska, Professor Friday morning will be spent on 4
3axter visited Mt. McKinley National tour of the Lilly plant studying the
'ark, which he described. He said processes of manufacture of medi-
he peak itself is obscured forty per cinal products. After lunch at the
ent of the time. Another attraction company's cafeteria, busses will
if this wilderness area is the big transport the group twenty miles to
;ame that the visitor is apt to en- the Greenfield Biological Farm. In-
ounter, he declared. There are hun- 'spection of the farm will be followed
reds of mountain sheep and caribou by a banquet and evening's entertam-
here, as well as countless other var- ment. The party is scheduled to re-
:eties of animals. turn to Ann Arbor Saturday eve-
In conclusion, Professor Baxter ning.
mphasized that besides the consid- According to faculty members these
rable wealth in natural resources trips, often made possible only
hat Alaska has, it has an increasing through the generous cooperation of
ourist trade and a suitable habitat the great manufacturing companies
orsmetotre ndggest amewehaveain the Midwest, are of such a "high
or some of the biggest game we have educational value" that they have for
in our continent.
many years been recognized as an
Professor Baxter is a camera en- indispensable part of the college pro-
husiast, and has in his collection gram.
iumerous pictures he has taken of
his region. Pl Tt County
Terrace Garden Relief 50 Per Centi
Dancing Studio
Instructions i n a11 A 50 per cent cut in county relief
forms. Classical, social, rolls is expected. to be achieved
11dancing. Ph. 9695.
Wuerth Theatre Bldg. through WPA employment before the
end of the week and all employables
- about 1,600 - will be working be-
fore the end of the month, according
to Fred L. Fulton, dirtrict WPA
administrator.
About 35 men are expected to begini
work soon on the construction of a
- AST TIMES TODAY two-story storage building for the
"BLACK FURY" and University. The remodeling work on
"CALM YOURSELF" Ann Arbor High School will be com-
Friday - Saturday pleted. More than 100 will be added
JANET GAYNOR to county road work crews, on which
"THE FARMER TAKES 150 are now employed.
A WIFE" Other miscellaneous city jobs, such
and SYBIL JASON as the construction of storm sewers,
"THE LITTLE BIG SHOT" landscaping, and clerical work, will
absorb the rest of the men.

Japanese Guest Is
Given Official. Post
Announcement was made here yes-
terday of the appointment of Mr.
Matsudaira as third secretary of the
Japanese Embassy in Washington.
Mr. Matsudaira, attache of the I
Japanese Embassy was sent here as
a University guest for one year's res-
idence. He visited whatever lectures
he wished and took part in any Uni-
versity activities which interested
him.
This arrangement is made by the
Japanese government as a part of
the regular training of embassy offi-
cials. Each individual is permitted
to choose whatever institution in the-
United States he prefers.
Kaoru Hai Ya Shi, vice-consul in
Chicago, and Shiro Sesaki, secretary
of the Embassy in Washington, both
spent similar periods of preparation
here.
Mr. Matsudaira's duties will take
effect immediately, and he will leave
Ann Arbor sometime this week to take
up his residence in Washington.
Ranking Band
Members Are
Given Honors
24 Of 'Fighting Hundred'
Receive Insignia For
Outstanding Work
Conferring of distinguishing in-
signia upon the ranking members of
the University-R.O.T.C. Band was
announced yesterday by George N.
Hall, Grad., manager of the Band.
The insignia, which consist of a
different type of chevron for each
rank, have been placed upon the
shoulder or sleeve of the bandsmen's
coats, and contribute noticeably to
the apearance of their attire.
Those receiving the chevrons were
Robert Fox, '39, drum major; Hall,
manager and first sergeant; Maurice
Dreifuss, '36, supply sergeant and
librarian; and sergeants Donald J.
Russell, '36 BAd., J. John Houdek,
'36, Floyd J. Sweet, '36E, Robert W.
Ward, '37, Paul Pinkerton, '37, W.,
Mayland Jones, '38SM, and Clyde
Vroman, '38SM.
Chevrons were also conferred upon
corporals Willard G. Kester, '36E,
George Heibein, '37, Howard Hatha-
way, '36SM, Robert M. Stevens, '36E,
Edwin D. Howell, '36E, Owen Reed,
'37SM, Ernest A. Jones, '37, Lee E.
Feldkamp, '37, George Benjamin,
'35SM, Melville G. Hyatt, '37E, Ran-
som S. Hawley, '38, W. E. Olsen, '37E,
David W. Mather, '37, Earl E. Mor-
row, '37 and Fred B. House, '36.

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