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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COMPLETES
r ON AMAZON

1,J#Oinl T,"~r:,ve4led TO i)I oi A riiesicnt
k= Ili 1923 To Invetig to Rubber
lProd1ucti onI itBrazil
ST7UDIED IN FAR EAST
Having t nishecd the final report to
the United States department of agri-
culture of his expedition to South
America in 1923-1924, Pro&. Carl 1).
LaRue of the botany department is
r now engaged in studying the genetics
of fungi collected in Sumnatra six years
y ago. Dr. Lallue was appointed head
of he South~ American expedition by
$ the United States government.
This expedition was formed to in-
l vestigate and study the rubber situa-
N tion In the valley of the Amazon riv-
~.en; three scientists from other uni-
Sversities worked with Dr. LaRue.
~,The investigation was occasioned by
the English restriction placed upon
*~rubber a few years ago which brought
about a rise ini price, andl the full re-,
port of Professor LaRue's expedition
will be published in an early issue of
~the government bulletin from the deC
partment of agriculture.
During the three years from 1917
~to 1920 Dr. L~aRue was in Sumatra, a
r Dutch East Indies island in the Paci-
lice ocean, studying the yield and the
Sdiseases of the rubber tree as a botan-
Sist for a commercial concern in this
Scountry.
IDr. LaRue received his science de-
gree from Valparaiso university in
SIndiana, and his batchelor of arts,
master of arts, and (doctor of p~hilos-
ophy degrees from the University of
Michigan. HeI and Mrs. LaRue have
Vrecently translated a 'pamphlet from

the Dutch language into English call-
ed "Est'ate Rubber," by. Ernest De-
{Vries. Dr. LaRue is a regular con tri-
butor to several rubber and botanistic
Drowns In Creek
Due to an errnor it was s tat ed in
yesterdlay's issue of The D~aily that
Flarold D~ow per was drowned in the
Allen (Creek drain at lill and Division
sfi~eets. Thle accidlent w-,buredI in Al-
len creek, a nd not in thle new city
project known as the Allen c, cek
drain.
TCl IAREST.--- Rumanian ratified
the agreement signed in Washington
for funding the $44,090,00J0 war (debt.

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Many business men are following the lead of Gov. Al Smith of New York in advocating transfer of the
state's b~arge canal to the fedieral gover nment for conversion into ani all-American ship canal intendled to sup-
plant the Great-Lakes-St. Luwi eince vwaterway project. Beginning at Oswego on Lake Ontario, the canal
would run to the Hudson river, which would be deepened to permit passa ge of larger ocean vessels.

New York Plans To Link Lakes With Ocean

UlnionIntiates1
Bridge Tourntey
Registration for a Union bridge
tournament will open next Monday at,
the mlain desk in the lobby of the
Union andl will continue until Thurs-
day. All Union members will be eligi-
ble to participate, the entrance fee
being 50 cents to cover the cost of
cardls and three prizes. The tourna-
ment will start shortly after Tregistra-
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Robert Price, '27, who is in charge
of the brige tournament, stated; yes-
terday that there is a. possibility thtt
a card room will be established in the
Union if the interest in the coming
tournament is sufficient to warrant it.
MOSCOW.-Archealogists have dis-
covered' on the outskirts of Moscow
the remains of an ancient city, believ-
ed to date from the fifth century be-
fore Christ.

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