Spats and squabble-across the large U-shaped table of the Council of the League of Nations kept a gavel rattling sharply, last week, as order was repeatedly commanded by Chairman Senor Aristines Aguero y Betancourt of Cuba. He, popular in Berlin, as the suave, easy-going Cuban Minister, conducted the soth League Council session at Geneva, Switzerland, with vigor, tact, address. Small Cuba sat metaphorically enthroned over the Powers due to a system of alphabetical rotation which lifts up each nation in turn to the League's High Chai:.

Fourteen "Yesses." With kinetic directness the Council moved to attack the Vilna question—unsolved for...

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