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October 26, 1939 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY A"

Land Utilization
Parley Opens
H, ere Tomorrow

Story Of Shepherd And Dog
To Have Two-Day Showing

Conference To Discuss
Innovations In Field;
Ramsdell Will Appear'
Discussion-of new ideas and inno-
vations in the field will occupy the
sessions of the 12th annual Land'
ttlization. Conference which will be
;held :omprrow and Saturday in the
Union.
The Conference will concern itself
,witha.discussion of a recent report
of the National Resources Committee
.,on land .tilization and regional
planning in the northern lake states;
a.conideration of the "two-cut sys-
tm"of .liquidation in northern hard-
;woods; water, and ..mineral problems
aud.the chemical utilization of wood.
:State Sen. George P. MycCallum
will appear on the program after
,regitration to present the Univer-
itywith atree from:the timber ow-
pers ;in memo'y of Dr. James Burrill
Angell, president of the University
jrem '1'81 to 1900, and president-
-emeritus until his death in 1916.
;Prof. -Willit P. -Ramsdell, the Willis
!aek professor of Forest Land Man-
:agenment. will discuss lands in the
afternoon session. -Professor Rams-
dell iholds the post of director of
the 'land 'utilization -program in the
jInstitute of ,Public and Social Ad-
(ministration and custodian of the
Chase S. EOsborn Preserve.
-Other speakers at the Conference,
will be Prof. George S. Benson of
,the :political science department and
(director of the curriculum in public
administration; Charles -S. Stoddard,
34F&C, -now with the national for-'
,estry -service; Milton Adams of the
state Water and Streams Pollution
Commission; and Arthur Koehler of'
Aie forest products laboratory at
Madison, Wis.
iehn Airey To Speak
"Things iFacing Engineering Grad-
.uates" will be discussed by Mr. John
iney, president of King-Seeley Cor-
;portion and formerly professor in
the -engineering -school here, at the
ieeting of the student branch of the
American Society of Mechanical En-
gineers to be held Wednesday, Nov. 1.

Will Fyffe, John Loder and Margaret Lwekwood,tthe three principals
in "To The Victor," the Gaumont-British production which will appear
tomorrow and Saturday at the Lydia Mentlelssahn Theatre under the
auspices of the Art Cinema League.
T.e story of a grump old Scotch berland's best sheep dog is built they
shepherd and his sheep dog that1 motivating -force of the story.
turns killer is the focus of =interest of "To The Victor" was directed by
,Gaumnt-British'Rdbert Stevenson, who is descended)
'To The Victor," Gfrom the novelist, his namesake.
production which will appear at 8:15 Stevenson also directed "Nine Days
p.m. tomorrow and Saturday at the -a Queen," with Nova Pilbeam, "King
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Solomon's Mines" and "Non-Stop
New York."

Ann Arbor
Here Is Today's News
In Summary
The Mercury . . . the New York
Central Railroad's new streamlined
passenger:train . .. will be.on display;
in Ann Arbor on Nov. 8. The stream-.
liner will inaugurate its Detroit-Chi-
cago run ,on Nov. 12.
* * * *
Capt. Garnet J. Burlingame
has issued a call for new men to
join the Ann Arbor National
Guard unit, Company 'K, 125th
infantry . . . and students are
eligible for menibership. In ac-
icordance with a new federal rul-
ing .more men are needed in the
organization here .. . and drills
have been stepped up to two a
week instead :of -only one as -pre-
viously.
* * * *l
Emerson ,Jedele, 20 year old Ann
Arbor resident, who was detained for
investigation in Wayne County fol-
lowing an automobile accident has
been released. Jedele had been held
for negligent homicide . . . follow-
ing a collision in which his car 'hit
and fatally injured an inmate of
Eloise hospital.
* * * *
The League has been designated
as the headquarters for the dele-
gation from Yale University
which will be here for the game
Saturday . . . from all parts of
the United States. Yale's 75-
piece band and the Whiffen-
poofs, male singingorganization,
are comig west -for the game.
'* * -* -*
Miss Helen Anderson, head of the
reference department of the Ann Ar-
bor public library for 10 years, has
resigned to accept a position as head
librarian of the Wasau, Wis., public
library.
,Ann Arbor Taxpayers
Face Increase In Rate
Taxpayers of Ann Arbor face an
increase in tax rate from 3.5 mills
to 4.3-mills as the result of a $347,763
1939-40 budget submitted to the
Board of Supervisors Wednesday.
The proposed budget is more than
$24,000 greater than in 1938, and
still does not include an appropria-
tion for the new county health unit
which was approved by the super-
visors by an 18-14 vote last week.

Yale Men Accept Sorority Bait
(C.tsnued from Page 1) that Ann Arbor men are boring, be-
cause when they select a place for en-
when the :cross-country trek is com- tertainment it is inevitably the
pleted, and the football team will be "Union, Bell ... or Arboretum."
whisked off to private quarters in "There's much rumor running rife
-the -Dearborn Inn. The footballers in New ,Haven," replies one writer
will not make themseives evident in for the Yale paper, "concerning a
Ann Arbor until shortly before the certain Arboretum, which sounds
game Saturday.rather boringly botanical to the
-Amccorday.theYlpleasure seeking Yale man, but per-
According to the Yale Daily News haps even he can find .an inhibited
the Elis have a double purpose in interest in flora."
coming -here this year. First, they Yale will be forced to come to Ann
have -read with fascination the dec- Arbor without their famous bulldog
laration by a certain Michigan soror- mascot, Handsome Dan IV, who was
ity that they will -be glad to greet the injured badly when struck by an au-
"Yale men who have crew cuts, are tomobile last week. Dan began his
tall, smoke a pipe, and are conceit- duties as a good-luck bearer just one
ed." In the second place, according year ago.
to the New Haven journalists, they Though not completely assured, it
are seeking revenge for humiliation has been reported that a group of
they received in n98 when only 22 out juniors are chartering three 21 pas-
of a promised .800 Mighigan co-eds senger transport planes for the trip.
showed up when the Wolverines This will enable the Yalers to leave
traveled east for their gridiron con- after classes on Friday and enjoy a
test with the Bulldog. longer visit in .Michigan than would
One Michigan sorority has charged otherwise be possible.

MOST

Ticket sale mr the picture wi De-
gin .at 10 a.m. today at the Leaguej
box-office, and .all seats wlil be re-
served. The showing of the film is
sponsored by the Art Cinema League.,
Set in the Cumberland country
along the Anglo-Scotch border, "To
The Victor," is adapted from a famous
story of Alfred Ollivant, "Bob, Son of
Battle." Will Fyffe, veteran of vaude-.
ville and the stage, is cast in his
first full-length film and assumes
the role of -the MacAdam, the dour
old Scotchman. John Loder and
Margaret Lockwood head the fea-
tured players.
Central figures of the -film, how-
ever, are two prize sheep dogs, Owd'
Bob and Black Wull. Their enmity;
is as intense as that between Mac-

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Prof. Price Will Give
Carillon Concert Tonight
In 'his -weekly Thursday concert on:
the carillon Prof. Percival Price will
feature the gavotte tonight. His se-'
lections are a "Gavotte" by Martini,
"Tempo di Gavotte e Double di tem-'
po" by DeFesch, "Gavotte Jef Denyn"
by Gerhn, and "Pastorale" 'by Henri.'
In addition he will play several selec-
tions by French composers: "Elegie"
by Massenet, "Barcarolle" by Offen-
bach, and "The Swan," by Saint-,
Saens.
The last numbers on the program,:
which will begin at 7 p.m., are "Su-
zanna's Sunday Shoes" and "The'

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