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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

STIRS OPIMBlms U MLET
For Failure of 01pium
SMU GLING MENTIONED

Rmest For 1flashington Whirl

'S M M SCFOR HOAAM L SiDE NS RWLARGER CROWDS

Collection of plants for the botan-! Accor ling to
ical garden and the herbarium of the !the treasurer
Natural Science building was the ob- sociation the 1
Ject of a trip taken into Colorado;! tickets to the
New Mexico, Arizona, and Nevada last fered by the pi
summer by William Archer of the moent exceeds 1,
botany dlepartmrent. Nearly 1,500 Season tickets
shrubs which Mr. Archer brought j $2.50 for the re
back to the University are now in the Season ticket
botanical garden, and 500 more are applying at the
in the herbarium. Besides the plaiits, torium oan the
he collectedl 75 lizards which are ex-' after 7I o'clock.

figures compiled by
of the Oratorical as-
total sale of season
series of lectures of-
)ublic speaking depart-
last year's sale by 200.
are still obtainable at
enmaining lectures.
ts can be obtained by
box office at Hill audi-
night of the lectures
Applications are. also

Stud ents on
the steps of
Lad Cathedraxl
at Meaux
Sketched from life

Geneva, Nov. 18. (Bay A. P.)-Dele-
gates to the international opium con-
ference, in session her, exhibited con- .
silerable interest today in what was
regarq ded as a sensationally worded:
art icle in the conservative Geneva
newspaper, The Journal (IC Geneve,
entitled "Opium and the United'
States."
At o g th Untd S ae idntarticipate in the first conference on
Far Eastern problems, the editorial
alleges that the slow death of that
conference represents a new episode
in t he struggle lbetween Japan and
the United States, which has almost a:
caused the ruin of the League of Na-! {
tions protocol for the Pacific settle-
mrnt of international disputes.
The newspaper continues by al-
leg ing that, although the Japanese
have succeeded in preserving them-I
selves from the opium vice, they
nevertheless import huge quantities:.
of the narcotic to manufacture mior-
hAine, which they later smuggle into
China andl the United States.
The. article insists that the United
Eltates actually in the present confer-
once, as she was by implication in
the preceding Far Eastern opiumI Charl
confeorence, will find herself in op-I Republica
position to the interests of Japan preparato
ntI In7dia. It concludes with the fer- elect is
ti (nt hope that the second conference
mnay succe~ed, otherwise American

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fhIibited in the zoology museum.
The majority of his collecting was
dlone in the mountain regions of these
states. In New Mexico he traveled
nearly 100 miles froin the railroad,
going as far as possible by automo-
bile, then using burros.
BAER APPOINTED ro
ACHMISTRY OMITE

retcihed at th o Oratorical office in
1. ;.0 1,:21 1. Literary building.
Police To Hold
Auction Of Cars'
At a public auction to be held at
2 o'clock Next Tuesday at the City
hall, rive cars, some themii belonging
to l" ae tswill be sold. These cars
ha-vo ben soizodl by the police and
hii f Ior fns
TLciicdco, Nov. i8.--Fr~ank B. K~el-
lf denied rumor:: he would' resign
«s American ambassador.

Students Tours to Euro;pe
SummIer of 1925
(7S~\IND out how economically and comfortably you can go
to Europe next summer. Thousands of students went
last summer in the exclusive third class cabins on U.S.
Government ships. For the United States Lines are
setting new standards of comfort in low-cost travel.
Clean, airy, comfortable staterooms, inviting public rooms, the best
of food, exclusive deck and dancing space, daily concerts:, all con-
tribute to a delighiful voyage. Thecost of passage is only $$5 and up.
Investigate now! See our representative on your campus. H-e
will give you full information" and furnish interesting literature,
including a 32-page booklet written by a Princeton Professor
telling of his actual experience on one of these trips to Europe.
This is your opportunity to enjoy all the cultural and educa-
tional advantages of a European trip at minimum cost. Talk it over
at home during the Christmas holidays. But get all the facts now.

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Appintentof Prof. E. M. Baker;
ofthe chemical engineering depart-!
Iment to the new committee on the
teaching of electrochemistry, has
beenr confirmed by Colin G. Fink, sec-
retary of the American Electrochemi-
cal society. The board of directors
also appointed Prof. F. C. Mather of !
Indiana university, Prof. Louis Ital-
lenberg of the University of Wiscon-
sin, and Prof. Alfred Stansfield of'
lMcGill university in Montreal.
the! The committee is to co-operate;
Ill., with the Society for the P'romnotio n Of
en-Eng~ineering Education, in ain effort to
detar~mine a curriculum suitable for
studlents specializing in chemistry or

,les G. Dawes, uipon whom th e brunt of the campaigning for1
!n national ticket fell, is res ting up at lhis home in Evanston ,7
ory to moving to Washington for 'four years. The vice-preside
seen in a post election pos e with Mrs. Dawes.

public op nion will y certainly (draw
the inference that the League of Na-
tions, already judged dangerous from
a political point of view, is not even
useful.
BUS5SES MAY SUPPLANT
STREET CARS IN CITYi
Reports by the committee delega-
ted to investigate the proposed change
from the street car to the bus system

j rhrr~n ers. Avent pleaded guilty, was sen-;
I~D~f~fl tenced to a fine, and later raised the
d ues ion ocf the coast tutionality of
11 ithe or , r, contending that it deprived
n~iinnan of dlue process of law, a power
_______reserved to the states, and grantedI
Nothng tarlin nee besee inan illegal p~refer'ence to phaces in one
Notingstatlig ned e sen n jst,-te over those in another.
the action of the Supreme court Mon-___ _____
t d:y v hen it ruled that Congress «ha'F r sF e z
the, constitutional right to authorize ;o d r e e U
the issuance by the Inter-state Con- As M ercury Drops
moerce commission of preference or -_
diers for the use of railroad cars in AnAbrsfeto eodhn
times of emergency, accordling to i
Priof. Ralph W. Aigler of <the Law Fords has been considerably reduced

chemical engineering.

Hayden TO Speak
To Army-Navy Men

Foll owing the jreguiar ,dinner of
the Army and Navy club Thursday,;
N'ov. 27, at the Union, Lt.-Co n. J. Rt.
H~aydeni, professor of political sci-
ence, will spe),ak on "Amrerican Re-'
lations with th~e Orient"'

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in Ann Arbor were made before the scho ol, in number by the advent pf freezing
c ommon council Monday and the date "The ruling of the Suprem~e'court! weather. Garages in all parts of the
for a special public hearing was set r inthis m;. att;=.r was to be expected,": city report that their ,forces have
fo.r 7:30 o'clock next Monday night. dc, I rl Prof'essor Aigler, "in view! been working continuously for the
At thais ,time the People's Motor Bus f htricati o~i utl )rity already give'n! past txx o days thawinig radiators and
company will make its proposal to to thelnter'-state Commrerce commial-! repiring cylinder blocks.
Ie over the transportation in the, !Sion by the act of 19,20, when it was The damngges are frorn frozen radiators
city for a year, after which it will enr- authorized to ii'ike any reasonable; to cx ckled cylinder blocks and the
( levor to secure a p~ermanent fran- rules for the I otter ser vice of the car., suffering~ fromn these maladies
c hie from the' city. If the plan is ac- people during an emergency, even to soeem to bie chietl y student Fords.
c ed ~fat the pub~lic hearing :'onc~lay, the extent of issuing llreferene or-
ii all probability the new bits;SYS- tiers under ex~cptional stress."
t b will lie in operation by next The preseit iruling of the court came FRATUE RItN ITES SO ROITI ES
all rya. ashe (derisiel in a tost case whichs Let
1iwas 1brought byEdward T. .Avent, Jr., IC N I'
ofUnion11 ', Michigan, who was in-
HUNE RO dited (Ir; i the war for lraudluleati- g.tN MN
the ailoadsto hi;)coa P a-for that Party.
Iy rT DI !.,theNER INflr ,?ipIv lHA 0 in Viol "" n of tle commniis ins or- ._ __01_________ t Cll124

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We mean loss pay-
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through h reputable
agent who is 'going to
be here when your loss
occurs.
A call is all that is
necessary.
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Local Representative
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ig ranch
fair play

boss wins
and square

rof. Arthur ii. Blanchard, of the
iway engineering department, will
re today to attend the coinpiimeun.
rdinner given by the Portland
ent association tonight at the
Akstone hotel, Chicago. Many
minent highway and technical ,x-
's will also be guests at the ban-
tgiven in omnmemxoration of the
.h anniversary of the invention of
Hand cement.
rof. Carter Goodrich, of the econ-
as° departmient, spoke on "The
cer's Froedom" at a ime0Jtiu r f t
noricsa club Monday niht, dis-;
ingp the comparative freeadomn fromY
ipline of the miine worker as'i
rasted with that of the factory
ce :.

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