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________________________THEWMICHIGAN DAILY, ATRDAY FE

PUBLISH- BOOKS ONI
POLITICAL SCIENCE

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During the past few weeks many
professors and instructors in the polit-
ical science department have sub-
mitted book-material to various pub-
lishers for publication. Prof. Tfhomnas
E. Reed completed a boo0k on "Munici-
pal Government in the UTnited States' "
just before sailing for Europe. Phia
work contains a more extensive treat-
mnent of the government, of meti 01)01-
tan communities than is to lbe found 1:
In any other work yet. published in 1
this country, it is said.II
Professor Reed, with the assistanc e
of Paul Web bink. '25. has also finish-
ed a book- entitled, "Documnents Illus-
trative of Municipal Goverunment:' DI'r. Gstoni Ranson
Thisworkconains14 haptrs Id Dr. Gaston Ramon, of the Pasteur
consists of a presentation of certain JInstitute, Paris, is inviting scientists
documents referring to the govern- in other countries to conduct tests of
ment of the city and state. The first,a vaccine whichi he bielieves will pro-
three chapters refer to the nature of ,vide perfect and dulrable tetanus (lock-
the city, the relation 'othtie city :o jaw) imn'iunizatiofl. Two years ago
the state and tihe origin of the older)r. Ramon discovered *a diphtheria
colonial cities. The next three chap- vaccine.
ters deal with checks and balances I______________________
in municipal government, the evils of
the use of c'hecks and balances, and
pai~i n it gvrnen. evra i ULLnREYIE!ISBOOK AT.
shows the increased piopular partici- 1
chapters deal with improvements ill
te ; nominating and electing ma- ZOLG LB M EIG
chineryand the different methods of
handling the city's business.
In addition to these two wor'ks, Dr nt i-Evoluatioii Argtttents of O'Toole
James K. Pollock, and Prof. Everett Rtefuted By Professor
S. Brown, b)oth of tile political sci- - ____
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ence departmenti, ave recently wri-
ten books. Professor Brown has re -
ceived copies, of his work and Dr. )
Pollock has signed, a contract. with1
one of tihe publishing companies forl
the publication of his book. ~r. Pol-
lock expects his bo61k to come ou
some tinme in early fall under the titl(,,
"Party Finance". The book dealst
with the amount of money expended<
by parties in ampaign~iing for ofice.
It contains igures of the amonts1c
spent by political aties silce 1912.
and tells for what purpose the mnoey
spent. It also deals with the niethods i
of raising Campaign funds, the sources!
or these funds, and the different fed- I
eral and. state laws -relating to awl9
regulating the use of ;campaign funs.1
The book "finishes with a personalt
conclusion by Dr. Pollock stating what<
lie believes should and sould ot bet
dlone at the present time for the bet-
terment o' campagns.
Professor Br3own' book is entitled
"The Missouri bmplrouise ard Pres-t
idential Politics, 1820-1825." The vo '
time is composed of letters wrtte'm
by William Plumnmer Jr., rep esenta
tive to congress from New Hampshr.
These letters tell of some of the g eat(1
political leaders of that time as
John Quincy Adams, Jon C. Calhoun,s
Henry Clay and others. j
British Ship yards
But Drop Beloiu
Approximately halt of tie wold's,
total new shipping tonnage launched
last year was built-in Great Britain,j
according to reports disclosed in
Lloyd's Register. k~nuli shipbuilding
summary fjor 1925 "TPhis total," theE;
report saysv"as onAly 2,000,000 tons,
compared :With 7,0flO o tons launched
iiN 1919, and while Great Britain's out
put diminlished, that oif other countrie
grew. This is the reason why de-
pression Oreigs imBrtish shipbuild -
ing yards, 1th~ vessels aggregat-
ing 1,000,000 tons ti re launched there
last year
"Great "rtain's shipbuildin out
put in3 19 "was nevertheless two and
one-half times that of Germany seven
times that of Italy, and eight tims
that of tile United States, 12 timesm l
that of Holland 13 times that oft
France,.14 times tiat of Denak
and 18 times ~thamt of Japan. .GeatjF
Britain also. built tenl out of a totaljc
of 15 vessels of over 1500 Ios eci!h
launchled in the world last ,year. On
t he other hand, out of 844,000 tos of
newv motorships, Great Britain built t
only 267,000 tons, showing tat il this ? t
up-to-date type of vessel. the Clyde
and Belfast yards were not holdingh
their ow."n
The report indicates t hat, compar- t
jng 1914 with 1925 figures. there has tj
been all enormlous growhi of oilbun-
inlg vessels, Iotorshilils. 1and of oilt
burning tankers.
Char'les Payne.Imalaging d tieo
of Tarland & Wolff, Ltd.. shipbuiders t
Belfast, stated t hat hre "id not thnk:
ther'e is any shipbuilding yard in te (
world today which can: show 80000
tonls un~der' Z-0lstructioi1 as we hve at I
present in Queen's Island Belfast." i
Such is tile position of1 brita i'ship-'
-building industry at the present no-
withstanding the severe depression ill
this trade tbroughout tie world. The
occasion of Mr. I ane's remark was
the launching of the 111o01 vessel
"Carnarvon Castle" for the Union
Castle Line. C
Accordimng to reports, it is t he first. fE
motor-driven vessel to be built for h
this line andiiisitended for the Sout ; ft
African trade. This adapt ion of large- p
size motor engines to marine prpul- b

George Barry O'Toole, was reviewed ________________________________________
by Prof. A. F. Shull of the zoology (de-y
lartmemt at tile recent meeting of the:" , /iJ/l1A.~Ls "'f:o ..f r, , yjt
Zoological Journal club in the Natur i
lSce c buli g 'ol P oe . $ . 0som' Shull statedi, bases his argulments
agains H C E D NEist evolution on certain ite?".ri L tt ,, v/.
tatiolls of homology and paletonol-S t r a
"OToeclaims that all likenesses S t r a and Sunday
of honmology. are not(lde to ai conunoen
ancestor, hut to parallel growth. N-i-a-
admits evolution,. but not common an- ; -j
cuer," Professor Shull saidl. "tis ar- 1 ~ T P h II ~ ~
s!gunmentTtakn rompalonoloyHsotel±
tt k n fo ,pl ot gthat scientists do not absolutely know G S LIN , M C H
that the animals of tile present have
descended from prehistoric species, ;MN
cannot be ascertained with crtain- Chicken N eNu hm ae
The weaknesses in O'Toole's argu- 1Srn Chicken Fried i Butter
mient, according t rfso hl, QuSeen o Iivs P epperes eishcSweethicklesrv
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tion with evolution, and ignores the krender Sweet Peas Cranberry Sauce
most probable cause of' evolution, mnu- Baked Apple
tation. Bran Bread (Our Own)
"Nemic, spermatogenesis," by N. A. Apple and Pumnpkin Pie Ie CreamH
Cobb, was, reviewed by ProfI._ F. N.1 Coffee Milk Tea
Banchard and discussions of recent
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speedI trials in tie English channel.
During 1925, the report says, H-a. {
their works at Belfast, Goven andlad&Wlff t. anhdfo I
Greenock, new vessels of moire than -
112.000 toils and iln addition their as - berry. Do n't forg'et
sociated yards on the Clyde launched
over 2300 tons. Tfhe machinery out- to i cu e it f r y u
put includes no less than 29 sets ofin l dfo
new type motor-driven Diesel engines. , 71t
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