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THE MffiGxN DXU

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21, 1936

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21, 193d

TFmberland Owners
To Meet At Union
An attendance of 100 is anticipated
for the Land Utilization Conference
of timberland owners and others in-
terested in wild land problems of
Michigan, Friday and Saturday at
the Union.
Among those attending the Con-_
ference will be two representatives of
the U. S. Forest Service, four rep-
resentatives from the regional for-
est service at Milwaukee, two repre-
sentatives from the Great Lakes For-
est Experiment Station at St. Paul
and four representatives from the
Department of Conservation at Lan-
sing.
Topics on the program will be
ghosts of and returns from selective
logging, with special reference to the
values of residual stands and meth-j
ods of appraising these values; the
effect of federal acquisition upon
local taxing units; forest fire as a
factor in sustained yield management
practice in Michigan, and proposed
Michigan constitutional amendments.j
Dehate Forumn
Will Be Held
here On Nov. 7
The University, in cooperation with
the state Forensic Association, will
be host to the several attending high
schools at the debate forum to be
conducted here Nov. 7, speech depart-
ment officials announced yesterday.
Prof. Gail E. Densmore of the
speech department will address the
forum, a University team will stage
a demonstration debate with Wayne
University, and a group will be de-
voted to the discussion of dramatics.
It is the plan of the Michigan
High School Forensic Association toI
conduct several demonstration de-]
bates and forums for the benefit of
its member schools, according to Dr.
W. P. Halstead, manager of the as-
sociation and a member of the fac-
ulty of the speech department.
The first demonstration will be
held Oct. 27 at Michigan State Col-
lege in East Lansing. The schedule
includes an intercollegiate debate be-
tween the teams of M.S.C. and Wayne
University on the general topic of1
government ownership and opera-
tion of electrical utilities. Dr. Hal-1
stead will speak at the meeting and
an open forum discussion will be held.
Lemke Says Parties
'Scared To Death'
BOISE, Ida., Oct. 20.-(P)-William
Lemke, Union Party candidate for
President, declared here tonight
"We've scared the two old parties to
death."
In an address prepared for delivery
before a mass meeting, Lemke urged
his audience "not to waste your vote
on the present administration." A
vote for the New Deal, he said, would
be a vote "for four more years of
abuse of power and neglect of the
public welfare."
"If, by the greatest stretch of the
imagination, either Landon or Roose-
velt should be elected," the North Da-
kota Congressman said, "neither of
them will rule the nation."

Supreme Court
To Test Detroit
Edison r Rates
(Continued from Page-1)
Detroit and vicinity and those in Kal-
amazoo.
"The rate established in Kalama-
zoo by the Michigan Utilities Com-
mission," he said, "is less than one
half of the rate established for De-
troit and southeastern Michigan.
"I don't believe that this rate dis-
crimination against southern Michi-
gan can be maintained, and an action
before the Supreme Court of Mich-
igan can establish a real reduction."
The rates of. the Commonwealth
Power Company, which supplies Kal-
amazoo's electricity, and has a cap-
italization almost equal to that of the
Detroit Edison Company, according to
Professor Karpinski, are four cents
for the first 50 kilowatt hours,
two cents for the next 150, and one
and half cents for all beyond 200.
These rates, he pointed out, are
about one half of the new rates re-
cenitly established for the Detroit
company. By way of further com-
parison, Professor Karpinski referred
to the rates established under the
Tennessee Valley Authority, which
are three cents for the first 50 kilo-
watt hours, two cents for the next
150, and one cent for the next 200.
This, he said, is about one sixth of the
rates established for Detroit.
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Aninounc e Sta'ff
A 0pointments
For R.O.T.C,
(Continued from age 1)
Lieut. H. D. Vander Putten, '37E; Sec.
Lieut. N. W. Reed, '37E.
C6mpany G-Capt. J. D. Briner,
'37E; First Lieut. F. W. Donovan,
'37E; Sec. Lieut. W. F. Beck, '37; Sec.
Lieut. B. A. Goldberg, '37.
Company H-Capt. 0. W. Stephen-
son, Jr., '37E; First Lieut. E. J. Get-
kin, Jr., '37E; Sec. Lieut. R. Segal-
man, '37.
Thirdl Battalion Staff-Major H. E.
Williams, '37; First Lieut. and Adj.
R. F. Shappel, '37; First Lieut. Intel.
R. H. Townsend, '37E; First Lieut.
P & T J. D. Stoner, '37E; First Lieut.
Sup. E. E. Morrow, '37.
Company I-Capt. R. E. Speer,
Grad.; First Lieut. B. B. Cork, '37;

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and pencil Monday night at the
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Sec. Lieut. D. B. Blue, Jr., '39E; Sec.
Lieut. W. G. Countryman, '37.
Company K-Capt. D. J. Sullivan,
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Lieut. S. W. Bush, '37E.
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Headquarters Company First Bat-
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First Lieut. A. J. Wilkowski, Jr., '37;
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E. J. Cousineau, '37.
Assistant Instructors with Major
Kelly-Capt. G. A. Graves, Grad.;
First Lieut. R. J. Pennoni, '37E; First
Lieut. J. H. Wiegand, '37E; Sec. Lieut.
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