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FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1929

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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MAT THEWS PREDICTS INDEPENDENT
SUPPLY OF HARDWOOD FOR AMERICA
Recently returned from Cuba, their problems. Within the next
Prof. D. M. Matthews of the School three years practically all of the
of Forestry predicts that eventually idle land of these two companies
North America will be totally in- will be turned into forests."
dependent of the Far East for her Of the three varieties of wood
supply of tropical hard woods. This mentioned, the Spanish cedar and
predicition is based upon the re- mahogany are native to Central
suIts of experiments which Pro- America. The teak, however, had
fessor Matthews has been conduct- to be imported. Seed was sent
ing in propagating teak, mahog- from Burma to Trinidad, and then
any, and spanish cedar on areas of brought from there to Cuba.
uncultivated land belonging to the The smaller sugar companies who
United Fruit company and the Cu- are likewise faced with this grave
ba company. Despite the unfav- problem have neither the capital
orable weather conditions of the nor the land to devote to the pro-
past six months, a maximum total ject, which will take at least fiftyE
of three inches of rain having fall- years before any returns can be re-
en from the end of January until alized.j
the first of May, all the plantings
made under the direction of Pro- EXTRA EXCURSION
fessor Matthews were successful.
"Cuba has produced 5,000,000 TO VISIT FACTORY
tons of sugar this year," said Pro-
fessor Matthews, "in spite of the There will be an extra excursion
bad season. The market price for this Saturday to the Ford River
sugar is 1.6 cents per pound, and Rouge plant for the convenience of
the cost of production is 1.9 cents those who were unable to find ac-
per pound. At this rate, the more commodations on the other excur--
sugar a company produces, the sion. Tickets at $1 may be secured
more money it loses. It is for this at the Summer Session office in
reason that the companies which University hall. The party will
have the available resources are leave Saturday morning at 7:45
turning to lumber as a solution for from in front of Angell Hall.
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Indiana University
Shows Good Recordl
(Special To The Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., July 12-
Indiana University's major athletic
teams have an all-time percentage
in games won of .558 since the
early days of the western confer-
ence in 1896. Baseball heads the
list with the highest percentage
among major teams.
Since 1896 indiana University
major sport teams have played 1,-
097 contests, of which 613 were vic-
tories and 484 defeats. Football
ranks second to baseball with per-
centage of .549. Basketball is .538,
and track .520.
These contests include non-con-
ference as well as conference games.
In track, only dual meets were con-
sidered.
More basketball games have been
played in this period of 33 years
than games of any other sport. In-
diana met 407 opponents on the
hardwood court, winning 219 of
these contests. Three hundred and'
sixty-one baseball games have been
played of which 216 were won. In-
diana's football teams have won
127 out of 231 games.

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