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December 11, 1919 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-12-11

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ire Turkish tobacco-the world's
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Para, Brazil, Dec. 10. - Airplanes
may be employed to map the valley of
the great Amazon river. If the French
are successful in their effort to use.
aircraft for surveying the routes of
the rivers of French Guiana, it is un-
derstood the Brazilian government
will apply the same method to the sur-
vey of the Amazon and its affiuents. A
1)rench company is said to have been
formed in Cayenne, with hangars on
the Maroni river, and French aviators
with flying experience gained in the
war are being employed to run the
25 hydroairplanes said to have been'
furnished by the government.
In addition to making maps, the'
machines will be employed for .carry-
ing valuable freight, mails and passen-.
gers. There are immense, rivers in
French Guiana which, because of the
presence of many rapids, are now only
navigable in canoes which take weeks
to transport freight over distances1
which the, hydroairplanes can cover in
as many hours, with always large
stretches of smooth water offering a
suitable surface for landings and
"take-offs."
The freight charges are said to be
high, and the traffic is expected to
consist mainly of gold, balato and es-
,sence of rosewood, which are the prin-
cipal exports, of the colony. The pas-
senger business is not expected to be
heavy .
HOLLAND FINDS HARBORED
ALIENS BECOME TROUBLESOME
Harderwijk, Holland, Dec. 10-Hun-
dreds of men and women ,of all na-
tionalities, considered undesirable, but
accorded refuge and hospitality by The
Netherlands, are still confined behind
barbed-wire fences in the big war in-
ternment camp here. They still are
sources of trouble to the Dutch gov-
'ernment.
Many of them are war refugees, es-
caped from Germany, or Belgium, and
to their. number, since the war, have
been added several scores of Rus-
sians, of Bolshevik tendencies, whom
the government has confined here for
safe-keeping.
The Russians have been particularly
troublesome, but the means taken by
one of the Dutch military officers in
charge of the camp to control their ac-
tions are reported in the Dutch press
to have been so severe that recently
a number of Dutch soldiers are said
to have mutinied rather than obey the
orders.
Brown-At the same time that tui-
tion fees at Brown university were in-
creased from $175 to $200 the Harvard
Law School raised its tuition : from
$150 to $200.
Patronize the Daily Advertisers.
Pay your subscription to the Da lY.

Minnesota-It has been estimated
at the University of Minnesota that
about half' of the students contribute
to their own support. Out of 6,073
students attending the university 3,000
are either partially or wholly earning
their own way. Among the men there
are 1,088 and among the women 265
who are wholly self-supporting. There.
are 1,775 men and 310 women wbo are
helping make their expenses.
The Ameriqan Legion1at the Univer-
sity of Minnesota is carrying on a
campaign for mem rs. It is the aim
of the Legion toelay every former
service man in the university ,on the
chapter roll. Legion buttons have ar-
rived. .Every., organization on the
campus will be represented on the
committee, which Is- to conduct the
drive.

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Yale--The Student council at Yale
has removed the ban o$ Sunday
sports at the university. In order that
the week-ends for students who re-
main in New Haven may be profitable
it was decided that squash courts, ten-
nis courts and "athletic fields be open-
ed on Sunday.
TRAINING .COMMENCED FOR
RUDSQO{s BAY DOG DERBY
The Pas, Manitoba,Dec. .10. - Ap-.
proximately 50 dog -teams in several
parts of the northland are being train-
ed for the 100-nle Hudson's Bay Dog
Derby race to be held here March 17.
Now that the Nome-All-Alaska Sweep-
stakes' race, has been abandoned, the
Hudson's Bay contest is, generally re-
garded ,as the big dog classic -of the
continents
A prize of $1,000 has been hung up
for the race. The race course ex-
tends from here- to the gold.fields and
return. Dogs of any breed can en-
ter. No stops will be allowed from the
start to the finish. The-, Hudsons Bay

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ELEVEN RENOWNED "STARS" IN AN UNIQUE PRO-
GRAM OF ENSEMBLE MUSIC.
CAROLYN BEEBE, Pianist and Director
PIERRE'HENRIOTTE and HERBERT SOMAN, Violinists
SAMUEL LIFSCHEY, Viola
PAUL KEFER, 'Cello
EMIL MIX, Double Bass
GUSTAVE LANGENUS, Clarinet
WILLIAM KINCAID, Flute

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UGO SAVOLINI, Bassoon
JOSEPH FRANZL, French Horn

COURSE TICKETS, includiing MISCHA LEVITZKI (Jan. 23); CAROLINA
LAZZARI, Metropolitan Opera Primnma Donna (Feb. 28); TRIO DE LUTECE, GEORGE
BARRERE, Flute, CARLOS SALZEDO, Harp, PAUL KEFER, 'Cello (Mar. 30)-
$2.00, $2.50,$3.00, $3.50;-Single Concerts-$1.00, $1.50, $2.00. On Sale at School of,

Phone 2508

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