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But, greater than all, it establishes
the principle thrat no group of men,
no matter how powerful, can ever at-
tempt to control the food table of the
American people, or any one of the
necessities or component parts of it."
While Mr. Palmer gives the pack-
ers' submission to the government
concessions , as a surrender, Henry
Veeder, counsel for Swift and com-
pany, announced that the steps were
taken at the suggestion of the De-
partment of Justice to avoid any ap-
pearance of antagonizing the govern-
ment and to remove causes of fric-1
tion between live stock producers and
food distributers. The attitude of Mor-
ris and company was expressed in a
statement which said that, the firm
had consented to the decree " in the
spirit of true Americanism."
Bills proposing government regula-
tion of the packing industry now be-
fore the senate agriculture'com'mittee
will not be abandoned as a result of
the decree, Senators Kenyon of Iowa,
and Kendrick of Wyoming, authors of
the measures, announced tonight.

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(Continued from Page One)
Plans adopted by the Student coun-
cil cominittet on the referendum at a
meeting Thursday afternoon call for
the placing of ballot boxes in all
buildings on the campus Jan. 13. The
committee urges that every member of
the student body utilize the Christmas
holidays in .reading up on the present
world situation so that they general
vote will be represbntative of ordered
and intelligent opinion. of the entire
campus body.
As soon as the University reopens,
any organization wishing to stage de-
bates on the gestion at the Union may
do so by getting in communication
with the committee. A general mass
meeting will be held in ill auditor-
lum Friday, Jan. 9, at which compe-
tent speakers will talk on special as-
pects of the Treaty and League situa-
tions. C. E. Bottum, '20E, is the com-
mitteeman apppinted to take charge of
arrangements and the securing of
speakers for this meeting.
The part of the Union will be to pro-
vide facilities for open forums. From
Jan. 6 to 13 a number of these are to
be projected. Anyone having views
on. the subject will not only be invited
'but privileged to speak. Specially
,qualified men will be invited 'to ad-
dress the gathering, -and at all times
they will be conduked in an orderly
manner, with an official in charge.i
Hurley Favors 11lans
George Hurley, general secretary of.
the Union, is highly in favor of the
plan, and declared Thursday: "This is
a state institution, and it, is the moral
obligation of the Universityi to de-
velop good citizens. Certainly the
most vital problem concerning our in-
ternational relations is that, of the
Treaty of Peace. It is high time 'w ,
who purport to send. out trained citi-
fens, were applying ourselves to the
work of informing them. Such dis-
cussion as the Intercollegiate Treaty
Referendum is a necessary adjunct to
the laboratory .and classroom method
of training.-
"This is one very valnable means of
uniting all universities on a common
ground, that of contributing to public
opinion, Though the committee in
charge does not intend to make any
direct use of its findings, the results
will b.e very interesting and prob ably
very important. The opinion of such
a group of people, po carefully con-
sidered will surely be of great value."
Bavar a Increases in Population
Munieh, Dec. 18.-The census just
completed fixes the population of ta-
varia at 7,044,378, bieing an increase
of, 150,4000 over the fgres for 1900."
The ,inhabitants of the city of Munich
were found to number 622,000, showing
an Increase, p 26,000 for the sate
period.r
Former University Students Wed
Announcement of the engagement
of June MacClaren, '20, toH. J. Ham-
er, '18A, was made at the Chi Omega
house last night.

(Continued from Page One)
that the Poles were able to throw but
three field baskets in each half. The
visitors depended on long shots to
!score, as they could not pierce the
Michigan defense, but most of these
attempts went wild.
Coach Mather sent five substitutes
into the game in the second half, and
the scoring, carried on by Rea and
Henderson, fell off at once. Michigan
made 13 fouls during the game, near-
ly all of the players being guilty of
one or two of the personal nature.
St. Mary's played a clean game, and
transgressed only six times.
Sobiecki Visitors Star
Sobiecki, St. Mary forward, scor-
ed more than half his teams total,
chalking up one field counter and ten
in thirteen attem'pts from' the foul
line, for 12 points. His foul shooting
was the feature of the game, and on
of the best exhibitions of the kind
that has eves been made in Waterman
gymnasium. Kronka, at the other for-
ward, dropped two pretty shots in the
first half. Kijewski broke up many
of the Michigan plays, 'was instru-
mental in holding down the Varsity's
total and 'scored twice.
Summary:
Michigan St. Mary's
Henderson
Gevirtz .....RF......Sobiecki
Rea, Pearman. .L.F.. Zasada, Kronka
punne........C..... Gaska, Karp
Rychener,
Wilson .......R.G....... Kijewski
Peare, Ruzicka,'
.Mason ........L.G........ Gramza,
Gorski, Kondziella
Field baskets-Rea 7, Henderson 3.
Dunne 3, Rychener, Mason; Kronka 2,
Sobiecki, Kijewski 2. Foul goals-
Henderson 3-4, Ruzicka 1; Sobiecki
10-13. Score, first half, Michigan 16,
St. Mary's 11. Referee, Stevenson.
Time of halves, 20 minutes.
caged three each. Dunne was fast at
center and got the jump on the visit-
ing pivot man, but made several
wild shots at the basket. Rychener
and Peare both did well at. the guard
end of the floor, and Wilson carried
on the good work after Rychener was
taken out. This accounts for the fact
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