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T4., MICHIGAN

DAILY

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SCIENCE ACADEMY
ASKS MORE FUNDSi
Prominent Men iRequested4) jlhell)1In
Order That Further Research
May Bie Realized
SUPPORTED BY HOOVER
Appeals have been made by the Na-
tional Academy lof Sciences to a body1
of prominent men to join with the
leading scientists of the country in an
effort to secure more funds for re-
search in pure science. An annual in-
come of at least $2,000,000 is desiredI
to establish national research profes-
sorships and in other ways cooperate
with universities in the encouragemient
of research in the biological, phiysical,
and mathematical sciences.
A special board of trustees for these
funds has been created, the personnel
of which includes Herbert It1oover,
Elihu Root, Andrew Mellon, and
Charles E. Hughes, as well as mnen
who are foremost in their special field
of scientific research.
Although, the United States leads the
world in industrial research, officials
of the academy explain, it is far be-
hind in research in pure science. The
problem is, therefore,, to mare these,
posts in the latter fold' of endeavor so
attractive that able nie will wish to
accept them instead of positions in
industrial research.

His $100,000 Gift
Spreads Bryan ism

American Students To Travel
With EuropeanOrganizations
Special opportunities to a limited Trhe initiative of this enterprise
number of American students travel-= comes from Americans who want tc
ing abroad this sum~mer are offeredI open more doors to their~ countrymen
by the official national student organi- travelling abroad. On the part of the
zations of Europe, according to an an-I European students the motive of co-
nouncement received here recently. IIoperation is also patriotic; they see
Ten p~rograms are being arraagedl un- an opportunity to promote American
der the ausp~ices of the Confederation' understanding of their national prob-
Internationale des Etaudiairts, which is lems.
a federation of national student or-1 In this country, the project is be-
gainizal ions in ('barge of iheir joint fiz- ing mianag ed by the American repre-
ternational undertahiin~rs. sentative of the American Traiel de-
('ooperating agen ieis are 11 e Inter- partment of the Confederation Inter-
national tu~dent serVice, and the E'er- nation;ale les: Etudianlts, The Open
inan Nat ion-al uni of >fzzteni, whih hlRoad, incorporated, 4702 Woolworth
is the principal siiudtelit orgamnzut ion building, New York.
not includ'ed in the Con fedeajion Ii-
ferna tionialo des EtudianF s. In the ITor ver artietp fof, 1' "ihro i

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r IUnited States, oil ad cry teiflfllt(e( a buyer.
' IfJ of educatoir":,is fornlg.
oz +,":. 1Aer ican sua snlmoe tiha i 1 2
... . ~or I in D cuzgrounp- to travel
t11rough I7 Ia1ope With student.,guides,
George Hf. Washburn, Boston and being receiJved a ; they go I y studlents
Florida millionaire, has donated $100,- university authlics:-,LtfeSin, and "0 YI
000 to "the Bryan Crusaders'' to spread leadingn-men I hrougu"1out1,th CJ1tinunt.
fundamentalist preachings of the late-
W. J. Bryan.

vt. Jy ai uci or sage mer 1si ~I
Reach him thru Classifieds.
CIROIPODIST AND
ORTHOPEDIST
University Ave'. Phone 21212

TEHERAN, Persia. - Reza Shad} WASHINGTON, Dec. 16.-The S en- "'+:
Pehlivi, who received the crown of ate today agreed to adjourn for thee
Persia from the constituent assembly Christmas holidays from Dec. 22 to Ei
!Sunday, took the. oath of office be-' Jan. 4, concurring in action already,-.
fore the members of Parliament Tues- taken by the House.
eday.
3 ! BELIN.--TheC Prussian diet tod~ay j' - U
I LAN SING.-A religious teacher will! refused, by a vote of 227 to 15.0, to' Qi
ebe added to the faculty of the Lansing~ reinstate Prof. Max von Schillings as s i ~
*schools starting in January. director of the Berlin State opera. v
Drink -more l k. It's.
safest and best, espe-r
cialyif it-comes fromNc
The Ann :Arbor Dairy..
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STUDENTS VOTE
STILL FAVOR S
WORLD COURT!,

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.This can be done, the officials, go on j- -
to say, by providing adequate salaries, Student opinion throughout the
freedom from too much teaching, ne- United States is overwhelmingly in
cessary instruments and apparatus, fvro h ntdSae onn h
and capable assistants to perform the fvro h ntdSae onn h
extensive routine work which scien- 1 World court. Complete tabulated re-
tific investigation involves.j suits of the nation-wide poll among'
colleges and universities compiled byj
tchapman Lauds I!the New Student of New York, show
A ppr i sa that a total of 120,513 votes were cast.!
( I' The voting was conducted on two
Stat's L ndsseparate plans ini most of the schools.
S ,(x d Balloting simply "for" or "gis'
the court showed a vote of 33,087 for
Prof. H. H. Chapman of the forestry entrance and 6,582 against such action-
school of Yale university, when in-: -a total of 39,669 votes.

Whart!rt
Through Vacation and Study-Work and Play-
RemeberI--oodSandwiches at the
A ci'o ss froini Literary. Buildin g.
We Deliver h( eEXcept Saturday Sight s

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terviewed recently, praised the
gan economic land survey w
making an exhaustive appraise
natural resources of the state
survey is ten years ahead of ax
plan," he said, "and Michigar
only state doing such work. E,
ly the other states will be fe
do the same thing, and when tl
comes they will all have to
Michigan."
Read the Want
DRUG(S

e M~ichi- By the second plan, the balloting
Nhich is was done under four separate divi-
a1 of the sions as follows (1) the Hughes-Hard-
e. "'The' ing-Coolidge terms, 39,327; (2) the
ny other "Harmony" plan, 21,385; (3) the!1
n is the Borah terms, 7,884. In this p~lan
eventual- 12,412 cast votes against entrance. A
reed ,to' total of 91008 votes were cast under
:hat time this last plan.
turn to Combining the results of the two
plans, the figures show that 93,799
_students voted in favor of the World
tkdcourt, 7,884 favored the Borah terms,E
A s and 19,840 -opposed entering the court.
KODARKS
RA, ZOR THAT I

Da agerous'
acids

THE

SHARPENS ITS OWN BLA*ES

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Cross-section of a
tooth, showing Acid
Vecay at The Danger,
Line.

Acid Decay, re-
suit from foods
which collect
and fe r men t
in those tiny
V-shaped crev-

-which

cause

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ices where guams meet teeth-

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The Danger Line.

Squibb's

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Silver plated razor, strop, year's supply
of blades, in compact case, $5.00

Squibb's

Milk of Magnesia,

A Christmas gift for men
TN ten seconds a man gets a freshly,
.stropped blade with this razor. Morning
after morning he enjoys the same comfortable
shave. The Valet AutoStrop Razor strops,
shaves and cleans without removing the blade._
Saves money on blades every month in the
year. Come in and ask for a demonstration
today. It will settle one or more of your gift
problems. A variety of attractive sets $5.00
to $25.00.
Just a few st rokes
on the strop-the
blade is keen again
Calkins-AFletcher Drug, Co.
3--ependit le Stores-3

safely and promptly neutral-
izes these dangerous acids-
safeguards your teeth from
'acid Decay and relieves sen-

sitiveness.

Use it regularly.

We hiave served ichigan anid her Students for 38 years.

SODl

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A t druggists.
AMade. with Squihb& Milk ofagnesi
R. R. SQUIBB & SONS, Chemists to the
Dental and Medical Professions since 1858,
® 1925

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