Science: Bar Association

The annual meeting of the American Bar Association will be in Philadelphia, July 9-11. On July 12 it adjourns to London via the Berengaria.

"Why didn't the American Bar Association choose the U. S. ship Leviathan instead of the British Berengaria?" was the indignant question of press agent articles and Congressmen.

The Bar Association, at its executive meeting last week in Philadelphia, replied conclusively: 1) that the Cunard Line had offered a rate of $270 per passenger on the Berengaria without quibbling, whereas the U. S. Government Line, beginning with a price of...

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