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THE MICHIGAN DAILYs

TiS WILL MEET,
:l CON VENTION,

* s, Yro k4gA# Colleges1a
Will Hold MNodel League Of
at #3ons Meetig 1
DXON CHOSEN TO PRESIDE~
I3esemibli.g in every way the cm-
piton of the mting of the league
of n tioiis, a grou of delegates from gcee nteSaeo ihgn
icittdinag more than 30 delegates from
~tb e University o Michigan, will eet1
ink the main assembly room in the leg- a
isl*at#re, Saturday, May 12, In what
is to be known as a model assembly ofI
Ape league of: nations, according to
iheodoire P. Ryan, '28L, general
cha~rinian f the event. The assembly
is being held under the auspices and
iiirecton of the Non-partisan league I
f1 iations associtionf.
the plans. call for the opening of
the convenutioui by a banquet to be held
Friday night' preceding the main ses-
sion, in the Union memorial buildig.
George, W. Wike~sham, attorney gen-
eral of the United States uinder Pres-
d > t Tft, will deliver the main ad-
dress of the night.
*14Iiin C. D3jxo, '2L, has been se- I
lected to pesdcat Ce actual nmeeting,
the next day at which Wickerham will
be thre tepipprary carman. Many of
the imputanrt topics in International I
affairs will, come up for discussion by
the group, including~ such matters as
the obiui n traffic, mandates, disarma-
qp'nt, and adnuision of other countries
to mnembrship in the league. Repre-
sentatives of each colege or university
will argue in behalf of coutrie° as-
signed to them 'previously. The men
from 'here will speak on behalf of J-
pan, China, and the Bfritish empire.
The entire nmeeting is part of a
movement on the part of the associa-
tion under whose auspices It is being
held, to educate the public to the wok-
inp and ,procedure of the league of
nations.
CUBANS SOUND
DUTY WAR NING
(3Y Associated Pess)
HOUSTON, Texas, Aprl 27- A
threat of increased duties On .ship-
mneats to Cuba was coupled with a
demand for a lower American tariff,
on sugar and tobacco in' a paper
read for Dr. Orestes Ferrara,' Cuban
ambassador to the United States, at
the Latin-Amrican session of the
National Foreig Trade convention'
17ere today.
1After characterizing the existing
American tariff on these products as
a detriment ,to industrial progress in
his country, 'Dr. Ferrara informed the
convention that in his opinion heavier
dueties would be necessary "should
thes~e persist the hostile attitude of
the whole world toward our sugar and
tobacco."
In contrast to the dissatisfaction
with trade conditions expressed by
the Cuban anmbassador were the
statements of Carlos G. Davila, abas-
saidor from Bile, and of Manuel M~ayo
3arrenchea of Los Angeles, delegate
of the Confederated' Chamber of Coi-
Inerce o Mexico City.
Amassador Davila expressed the
hope 'that American capital Would con-
tinue to be available in South Amer-
ica 'as an aid to 'the intercha , o
commnerce between the two continents.
Mr. TBarrenchea, in an address real
for him by B. A. Alameda, commercial
attache of Mexico at Los Angeles, said(°
that 'a fabulous amount of business
that you can easily get, if you care to,
awaits you.""
Several prominent American bus-
nuess leaders appeared at the closing'
session of the convention to advocate
,expansion~ of trade with LatinAmeri-
ca.
, ESION TALKS
Thrl e ;members of the faculty of the
,;chgll of Forestry and Conservation

gave extension lectures in various
cities throughout the state yesterday
as pasrt of the American Forestry l
Week program. Prof. Shirley Alien f
directlor of the extension work of the
Forestry school and national executive
secretary of Forestry Week, spoke in
River Rouge, addressing luncheon
clubs and a high school assembly.
Prof. William Kynoch spoke at a busi-
ness ment's luncheon in Vicksburg, and 1
P'rof. Robert T. Craig, Jr., addressed
a m~eeting ini Muskeggn.
S$EATTLE, WASHINGTON. - Fifty
Russians, 'exiles from~ their native
country, are registered at the Uni-
versity of Was-hington. The majority
of them are enrolled in the engineer-
ing courses. Practically all of them
ar e working their way through
school,
~PLAN.
DAN CING
AT THlE
ARMORY

CONSTRUCT SPECIAL CONVERTIBLEIAJir
CARTNFORUSE_-IN EXPLORATIONS MLLN ULSE
To Ipermlt the transportation of corn- one wheel inside the cart, and go along TlV A flI fP-
modlities over Arctic wastes, a slpecisl 1with a wheelbarrowv. Uul IU U ~I ,
convrtile crt as een esined The cart is built of wood and can-
vas, with wheel supports of iron pipe.I
and built for Prof. William H. Hobbs, ,ooccewel aeues h As the conclusion of a serires of a r-d
geologist and explorer, by staff mem- spirit of the automobile ban is not vio- tie nPrsdn IlnyPilip rtap
hers of the buildings and groundls de- latedl by Professor Hobbs. The sides ban, first president of the Ivesiy
of the catmyb asdo oee otecurrent issue of the M'ichigan 11is-
partin ent, it was announced yesterday o h atmyb asdo oee o tr aaiecnan h tr '
by Ward A.Davenport, assatsp ccrm(aPaget rsallatrysdeM aacnta ismsa the tr
asitn u-The entire vehicle weighs less thanaPridnTaansissalfo th
erintend ent. ~hiundred pounds,'lbut will carry a loadUiesty diao
Professor Hobb's station, Mr. Day- 1orf five hundred pounds without trots-1 This series on the iheliganedctr
enpoi f explainedi situated some sev- ble. It is. two feet, six inches vaide b ly Charles M. .Perry 1Ph. D. 'L., has
en miles from the coast. The firs~t half and seven feet, six inches long. ibe ntn ic Tl. u n o ~
of the trip is made over a hard sand A rumor that the cart was eqiuippedI the prelim-:nary biogc aphical stud(ies
beach, where a two-wheeled cart is! with a head lamp and tail lamp was of a book which Ilr. Perry is preparing
most easily used to carry goods; and officially denied by Irving . rp'.rue- on the life and wiokalsorTapp!anr. I
thesecn~lhal ofthetri ledsttner. maintenance inspector of the eluded inl the volume also will he Dr.
througl mountain paths, where -a wheel buildings and grounds department. Per' 1ot a i si,"be1'ils
barow us beusd. o metthee ---- ophy of Henry P-hillip Tappan." Dr.;
barrw mut b use. T mee thee, - IPerry is now head of the department
conditions, a cart has been designed 1SCH1JLAK S-HIP DBIlUPAlELJo hlspyi h nvriyo
Iwhich no ruraijy has two wheels, but BY HONORAR FR ATEof phOlaoma. i h Uiesiyo
which is so made that one of the lr The current issue of the Michigan
weels may easily be snapped off to( As a means of stimulating interest; History magazine, "a publication in-
n-ake' the cart a wheel barrow. So in the fields of chemistry and chemical tended to promote greater interest in
Professor Hobbs will be able to push engineering, Phi Lambda Upsilon, na- Mcia itras otisa r
a two wheeled cart, Similar to those i tional honorary chemistry fraternity, td yC .Sehnoisrco
used by fruit hucksters, when he is has just established a scholarship a- of _history in the University high
engaged in hauling wood or food froml ward consisting of a certificate of no- scolI~doeb D.F .Gena
his ship to the station, until he comes tification admittance to Honors Con-!1rcnl once ihteUies
to a rountain, where he can throw vocation, and a gift of fifty dollars. reetycnetd.ihteUies
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WOOD DESCRIBES EFFEC TS OF HIGH
FREQUENCY SOUND iWAVYES -INVTALK
Exper iments showing the physical, sity, yesxcr day a t(,I'lon a is ti
biological and chemical effects of S i e nc e auditor iuml. Amng , f ile
sound waves of high pheqency(ereCl^- (lt'(P ibl r thruu-
amga freuency ~in-lugof hbluod calrpiiscle:;, the spia o
(leschl)Cd in an illustrated lecture b~y of Cay andl sand 1in soP Utest~,aill
Pros. It. W. good, head of the physics almost: imrledi !ale death (;f a mouse,
depar1>tment of Johns H-opin~s univer- imlmersed in the waves.

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