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THE MICHIGAN ' DAILY

THE MIHIGAN AILY ED)NI5SDAY; 1?ulBlUAltY 18, 19-5

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2 TH ANN!VRSARY
Research Society Holds Banquet
Tonight to Commemorate
Inception1
ACHIEVES RENOWN
In commemoration of its founding'
25 years ago today, the Research club
of the University will hold a banquet
at 6:30 o'clock tonight in the Union. 1
All of the living members of the club,1
President Emeritus Hutchins, the Re-
genrts of the University, and the presi-
dents of the JuniorResearch club
and the Society of Sigma Xi have been,
invited as the guests of the active or-
ganization.
Being founded with the express pur-1
pose of uniting "those members of

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Tuberculosis Association Warns
Patients Regarding New Disease
Cure Used By Danish Professor

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New .York, Feb. J7, (A. P.)-an- T gaard used it on animals that had tu-
ocrysln, an all'eged cue for tubercu- berculosis and found that it was an ex-
losis, used by Holger Mollgaard, pro- tremely dangerous drug, which pro-
fessor: of physiology at the Royal, Vet- duced fatal results in many cases. In
erinary and Agricultural College of ordinary doses, however, it is not dan-
Copenhagen, Denmark, is described gerous to those who have no tuber-
by the National Tuberculosis associa- culosis.
tion in a statement issued today, as a "Because of tie nature of sanocry-
drug, the claims for which as a cure sin and its method of use, the regu-
have not been proven. Tuberculosis lations of the United States Public
patients and others are warned by Ilealtl service require that a license
the association not to place false be issued before rhe drug can he used
hopes in the "many highly exaggegated in interstate commerce. A study of
statements regarding sanocrysin that the claims of Professor Mollgaard
have been made by various people." with reference to saneryohin is now be-
"The drug is an old one," says Dr. ing made by the Hygienic Laboratory
White, "a combination of gold and sul- of the United States Public Health
phur salts, technically known as gold- Service under the direction of assist-
sodium-thio-sulphate. Professor Moll- ant surgeon general, Dr. G. W. Mc-
Coy,

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TIUCS HELP PAPER'S
Chicago, Feb. 17.-Motor trucks,
traveling approximately 1;000 miles
daily were the direct cause of adding
6,000 subscribers to the circulation
of the Port Huron Tumes Herald in.
the last four years, J. L. Doolittle, cir-
culation manager, told members, of
The Inland Daily Press, association in
annual meeting here.
Starting from a circulation of 12,000
when the motor truck service-was in-
augurated, the figures climbed to 15,-
000 in six months, to 17,000 in two
years and to more than 18,000 at the
present time.

The territory served by the fleet
of six trucks now employed by the
Times-Herald, Mr. Doolittle explain-
ed, includes a considerable section '
of the Michigan "thumb" which is in-
accessible by rail, insofar as prompt
mail delivery is concerned.
To reach this field the same day
with the latest edition of the paper,
some delivery system other than the
-railroads had to be found, Mr. Doo-'
little said, and the motor truck plan
evolved.
Lgndon, Feb. 17. --Although his cold f
is described as "unchanged," King
George. today was ordered by his phy-
sicians to remain several days in
Buckingham Palace.
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the academi
who are act:
and to orig
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and advance
city," the or
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c staff of the University Lib arHe d4 "At the request of the medical re-
ively engaged in research, Y search committee of the National Tu-
ginate and support such T riJtes'-,c. 10 1 berculosis association experiments
sare calculated to foster Ws BOOK nI are now being conducted by three
research in the Univer- F-Pol' scientists on calves. If after the ani-
rgach aenthato atremark- $ 0 'l 1experiments are completed,
achievements to its credit. sruigfPcientm evidence is secured to war-
ts members have left this RadlhGAamcsoinfteI rant the use of sancrysin upon hu-
and won for themselves Randolph . Adams, custodian of the man beings suffering from tuberculo-
of distinction on the facul- William L. Clement's library, is the sis, a study of the possibility of such
universities, while others author of a volume recently publish- treatment will then be made under
d leaving a nation wide ed by the MacMillan company on the the supervision of one of the Danish
n the field of science. Four "History of the Foreign Policy of the physicians who has had experience
rter members have died, United States." The book Is an as- in the use of the drug."
emoved their residences count of. America's diplomatic pro-
Arbor, and the remaining blems from the earliest settling of the Governor akes
still connected with the country to modern times and is main-
taff, ly valuable because of its broad sur-1?it
arch club has constantly vey of past diplomatic traditions.
orter of the movement to One of the most interesting pro-
andards for promotion on blems which the book traces through ! uit F,
ty staff up to a high level, American history is the question of
ted its membership t0 aid neutral rights. Dr. Adams points out Lansing, eedich., Feb. 17.-Arguments
Before extending an in- that the dispute was as unsettled in were heard in the Ingham County Cir-
members of the faculties 1915 as it was in 1815 but that events cuit Court yesterday in the $10,000
members, a committee during the recent war showed that we o
nvestigates the candidate's had at last practically surrendered by Mr erson of n
s and the research work our traditional stand to the English against Gov. Alex J. Groesbeck. Mrs.
,s done. Only after a very point of view.
stigation is an invitation There is no attempt in the book to by the Governor's car in this city in
argue either for or against the League 1922, the machine being driven byw a
of Nations, but the general direction in chauffeur and the Governor was n
which our international policies are
SI moving is shown by numerous exam- Clare Relan, deputy attorney gen-r
Cpare e4depor thornor, a r
HIM Si E ; ples. In the chapter entitled "A Pawn!a1, appeared for the Governor, argu
of European Diplomacy" Dr. Adams that the servien was not legal becau
states that "George Washington's fare- it was given the Governor while i.!
well address may have been a pious >aiing on official business. T
wships Not Ieid Include hope that America could steer clear Governor is not subject to legal pr-
ipend of $1,000 of Europearn quarrels, but it certain- cess under such conditions,
Per Annum ly was not a statement of that as a Should this motion be sustained
fact. He also says that "the idea that service would have to be made upon
tudents from the Colleges America can stay out of European af- the Governor as an individual while
ng and Architecture hold fairs has no basis in fact, for Amer- in Wayne County.
and fellowships with lca never has done so from the time__
ying from $100 to $1,200 of the Spanish Armada to the Treaty
ery year there are a num- of Versailles in 1919." Company C ages
e scholarships available sThe books upholds the American Phone Numbers
and graduates of this col-l stand on the subject of Russian reco ,-
based on a high schol- nition, and it undertakes proof of the
g fact that the international court iS a Letters are being sent out by the
e fellowships pay the sum necessary institution for the upholding Michigan Bell Telephone company of
$50 for expenses. These of international law. Dr. Adams points Ann Arbor, notifying subscribers of
D. C.ha ,in fellowshi in out that America in a sense originated the changes in numbers which willI

Ifood ot Quality
Once you've tried the new Lincoln Restaurant,
we feel sure that you will become a steady
patron. Quality in the food served comes first,
it -is fully-realized -that this is of paramount
importance.
Lincoln Hotel and Restaurant
210-12 E. Huron St. Phone 3668 '

Have you read
"BCI(FRROW
By
G. D. EATON '23
S LATER'S
BOOK STORE
Read The, Daily "Classified" Columns

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highway transport, held by Olaf Jen-.f
sen; the Roy D. Chapin fellowship in
highway engineering, now held by
Lloyd F. Rader; the Detroit Edison
company fellowships in highway en-1
gineering, of which there are two, held
at the present time, by Horace J. Lake
and Clarence S. Jarvis, and the United'
Fuel and Supply company fellowship
in highway engineering, held by War-
ren E. DeYoung. These four, as their
names imply, are for the study of the
improvement of hard-surfaced roads
or transportation.
The Acme White Lead and Color
Works fellowship in paints which is
effered in the research department for
the investigation of the settling of sus-
pensions. It pays $750 to the student
who this year, is Maurice Van Loon.
The Detroit Edison fellowship in
Metajurgy is held this year by Victor
Mazigrie.. Michigan Gas Association
fellowship in the research department'
has been maintained continuously
sinee 1900 with slight interruptions
!iuring, the war, and is another $750 1
fund held by Richard E. Towsend.
The Swenson Evaporator, fellowship,
held this year by Carl W. Christman,
varies in amount, this year it is $600.
Lloyds Register scholarship of $500
per annum, tenable for three years,
is awarded annually to students who
are taking Naval Architecture and
Marine Engineering. The present
holders; are E.,Blaydon, '25E, Mark L.
Ireland, '26E, and W. R. Renner, '27
E. The George G. Booth travelingE
fellowship in Architecture istawarded
annually, the stipend 'bbing $1,200.
Ralph H. Calder, '23A, and Marion
Blood, '24A.
At'the present time there are three
scholarships which are not being held
by anyone. They are the American
lBureau of Shipping scholahip of
$100 for Marine Engineering students
which has been newly created, the!
scholarshIp of the Michigan chapter
of American Institute of Architects
of $75 which is open to students who
show marked ability, and the American
Academy in Rome. For the latter,
graduates are admitted to the annual
competition for the fellowship in ar-
chitecture of the American Academy
in Rome. This fellowship entitles
the holder to three years study abroad
with a stipend of $1,000 per annum.
$500,000 Given
Near East Fund

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the idea of the international court and
that opposition to it is only an evi-
dence of a total ignorance of the wholej
American foreign, policy.
Besides the Robert college, the other f
institutions that will bepefit are theI
American university of Beirut, Con-
stantinople Woman's college, the In-
ternational college of Smyrna, and the ;
Satfa American schools.1

take place when the new automatic
dial system is put in use, probably
some time in the spring. The instal-
ling of the new system will necessi-
tate the changing of every number in
Ann Arbor, and the numbers must
be properly distributed according to
the requirements of the equipment.
so that it is practically impossible to
give subscribers any choice in num-
bers, company officials state.

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The next few months will witness
an increase in interest in , theCaSsified
Columns. New business opportunities
will be listed. The Automobile Dealers
will find there an opportunity to an-

The Classified Columns sell, rent,
locate, publish notices, announcements.,
It finds lost articles, employes, seeks
employment.
It is an excellent business medium.

nounce used cars that
hand. Real Estate mei
there buys in their line.

they have on
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Wants in gen-

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The
lar-ity
proves

ever increasing popu-
of Rentschler portraits
them the favorite.

Everywhere, in the homes of
the most particular, the most
fastidious, you find Rentschler
portraits dominating.
You too should have one. Ar-
range for a sitting today. Make
an appointment by phone if
you like.
$7.00 to $50.110
the Dozen

eral will increase as Spring rolls around.
Certainly, now, is the time to watch
this development, for the Classified
Column is not oniy advertising but it is
also news.
if you desire soplace a classified, come into the
Daily offices on the second floor of the Press buulding

You can
Rentschler
showing you
in u.portrait
phy. ILook
new displays

count on
displays
the latest
photogra-
for the
regularly.

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