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(By Associated Press)
Carlisle, Eng., Dec.16-A campaign
for the nationalization of the manu.
facture and sale of intoxicating liquor
was inaugurated a few days ago at an
Important trade union and labor con-
J. H. Thomas, member of parlia-
ment and general secretary of the
Union of Railway Men, supported a
resolution urging all labor parties and
trades Councils to demand the ex-
tension of the principle of state own-
ership and control -of the liquor
trade to the whole country.
Drink Evil Dangerous
Mr. Thomas said he believed there
was no evil like the "drink evi." "Is
there any klan or woman," he ask-
ed, "who would dare to suggest that
our experience during d&e war would
justify the state in letting the drink
traf'ic and the public house return to
the old system?"
ProhibitIon Is Alternative
Prohibition, lie said, was an alter-
native to adoption of the Brewers'
bll. It was time, in his opinion, for
the governmentI to deal boldly and
comprehensiVely With the question.
- "If you want to keep the 4rink
problem free from politics," he de-
lared, "if you want to take a vested
interest out of the region of poli-
tisyou can only do it by taking the
drink traffic out of the hands of -pri-
DISPUTE OVER HIGH SCHOOL
GRID TITLE COX"ENCES AGAIN
(B'y Associated Press)
Escanaba, Dec. 16.-,The, annual dis-
pute over the high school football
championship of \Michigan is again
to the fore., Lajising, by defeAng all
opponents in the southern porton of
the state, has laid claim to the cham-
pionship. Lansing's lst game was
won at Detroit from Detroit Central
high school, 47 to O.
But in the upper peninsula e"re'
are two .teams, Escanaba and Calu-
met high shooi elevens, which dis-
pute Lansing's "title." Clumet and
Escanaba each defeated all opponents
excepting each other and in the game
between these two aggregations for
the peninsula championship and what-
ever state honors accrue through
such championship a tied score, 7 to
7, resulted. The two teams battled
on, after the regular periods, to de-
cide the game :ahid the contest, which
was played at Escapaba, was ended
only when it became so dark the play-
ers .could no longer see the ball.
Both teams have taken into camp
all the other school teams of the
peninsula and such Wisconsin teams
as they could indue to play.
Paris Offiials Demand Salary Boest
Paris, Dec. 16.-Dissatisfied with
the salary they are redeving which
they claim is lower thanthat of the
street .sweepers in Paris, the justices
of the peace have addressed a memo-
randum to the minister of justice askr
ing for a substantial increase. Fail-
ure of the government to coply will
bring about a strike the representa-
tives: of Law and Order ;say. The
minster of justice is examining the
claims of the justices of the peace and
will give his decision after he pas
disposedin .consultation with the
minister of labor of the various
strikes now in progress.
The Michigan, Daily is an all-Cam
WHAT'S GOING ON
4:00-Ferris Institute club meets in
room 306 University hall. This
meeting was postponed from Iues-
7 :00-Zionist society meets in Lane
7:00-Sigma Delta Chiimeets on third;
floor of Union.
7:15-Commerce club mets in room
102 Economics building.,
7:80-=Students from New Mexico,
Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Ida-
ho, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Califor-
nia, Oregon, and Washington are
invited to, attend the organization
meeting of the Western club in
room 325,of Union.
7:20-Classical club holds Christmas
party in room A Memorial hall.
7:30-Forestry club meeting in rooms
in Natural Science building. Profes-
sor Roth speaks.
5:04-Michlganenslan editorial and
business stafrs meet on the skond
floor of the Press building.
7:1-Cooley club meets in practice
court room of Law building.
.7:30-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall.
Proofs of group photographs taken of
University organizations for the
1920 Michiganensian must be approv-
ed and selected before Christmas
vacation as they are to be sent away
for engravings during the holidays.
Organizations which have failed to
have group photographs taken for
the Michiganesian may, with permis-
sion off the editors, make appoint-
ments with the photographers for
pictures to be taken during the first
seven days after Christmas vacation.
All students making drawings for the
1920 Michiganensian are asked to
bring them to the art edi'tor's offices
on the second floor of the. Press
building between 3 and 5 o'clock
Michigan Song Books, Memory
.Books, Jewelery, Pillows, etc., etc., at
Wahr's University Bookstores.-Adv.
Last Call Before
Liberty at Maynard
Some things can best be bought in
Ann Arbor and carried home or sent
by mail jf you don't go.
WHITMAN'S CANDY. Pick out such a package as will
give your friend the greatest pleasure. The Sampler or
the Pink of Perfection or the "Fussy" package.
More joy to' the cubic inch than in any other packages.
BOXES OF CIGARS, Cigarettes or Tobaccos.. Generous
packages,of good stuff.
Take Home a
PIPES. B.B.B., W. D. C. or M Pipes.
you' want here at 75c to $10.00.
KODAKS bring happiness all the year. We have t
stock from $1.50 up to the Kodak Special. Also
accessories for the person who already hasthe Kod
AUTO STROP RAZORS.
a sharp blade every time1
self stropping. $5.00 up.
FOUNTAIN PENS. 'Pick out a real good one and
home to Dad or Mother. 'Twill be appreciated
time it is used.
EVER SHARP PENCILS are good too, $1.00 to
Many other things can be found I
and we are glad to pack them for n
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