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FANFEST FORCED
. BY WEATHER Aw.N
Bailmen Discuss Southern Trip
and Start Love Letters
Southward,

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NAil 01 N I] i TGN, I UI)AVi Ni PNI,
11.::WILL PLK RELAY
1 hA MSTURDAY
Men Showing Best Form will he
1C{ Sent to Eastern Athletic
Carnival.
te111,JOE HORNER SURE COMiPETITOR.

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No. 136.
'C l BADGER REGENTS
10s" )fccolo, CONSIDER PAXSON
ri ilsu Junior Professor May be Asked
'W111MIutsl - to Head American History
v lst~uts. IIIallDepartment.
lost of therse re TURNER GOES TO HARVARD
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FIELD AND STICK WORK GOOD. ,I

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WOODSMEN PLAN

BOOKLET

Forestry Club Will Issue Quarterly
for Benefit of D~epartment.
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TRIP SCORES SUCCESS
University Officials Enthusiastically
Rtereived in the West.
Jr iiaslk n-. I?. CelI rrrr l r
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NlinJrI Nrrrrrairrr rrr ,rrolr e rrrr tir
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Tirrboirrrdrrof regenrts of the Univer-
sitr Jr \Voi- srr ir wenrt inrtortheir regu-
Ir JsssJJonryesterdlayanorn re of the
rintrrrthat Jrilltcoenirebefore them is
Jr rrrcronnerndatiorn thart Frederic L.
Paxsonrr, junirepirofessor of American
histryrratrCtire Uner sity of Michigan, he
r)fir re thtierAmire ricanr historry professor-
sipi, left varcarnt irytire resignation of
Pro. rederickr J. Turner.
As nor wrdrh art iber receiverd from
Maiso tirpr r~ tora larte hour last night,
rr fer PaxsoInir aidar that it was pre-
martrrure tor rnnourncre eithrer that he had
errresgedratri \lelr-anr or trad hero ap-
poinJJtel at iscironin.
ProrfessorrTrnreis one of the few
gret atrrthritiesrrnrAnmerican history.
Thlle rifer of a chair at Harvard is
rtrrrrglt b lr l university faculty men
tro berflatterinrg
Professre Parson is a gradnate of
Pennsrylvanrriar. I le camie to Michigan
forrrryears rago (fror tire University of
Corlrao r whe ree Ielred a positiont in
tire Amrr icrrrr histrrdepartmuent. 1-He
hrs lateir-ibeert comrtissionred hy the
Caregeie Insrtitutionr of Washington, D.
C., torspendrritire comintg summer in
Londotrgonritrorughiarcrhives in the
Biritirir murseumn in serarch of detail on
tire istory of tireUited States. A re-
rent brookr of Prof. Paxson's, "The
Ias Firt onritier,'"lhar just been placed on
tire marrket ranrIlocal hristorrians sar- it is
rrrrkaine rwellrdorre.
etxrrF'rTFrrro rVrAroN TO PUBLIC.
'lhe lecture wehich still he delivered
Iy C'rrles Moorre irefre tire Comrmerce
clubirtis r r eiritg at 7:30 o'clock will he
hedinrtire lecture roomt of Tappan hall.
Jr willnort ire limriterd toroembhers of the
ciruibibut errervoire interestedl is invited
try b e reent.

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NEW FIELD SONG APPEARS
April Alumnus Conitain: Prize Win=
ncr==Will he Published Soon.

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WNitli aJ rirrwer boar tie classes cart he
quickly carrriedi tor iiiyiiiit otnthe lake.
Jrerrrwill ire noi deltyin iitheir work
becus riialog rowr or stormiy weath-
Ctrr PIIII'finiger reprorts that thre regis-
tr-rio ir r couerrses nit thre Biological
sionrrr irlrger iairiirughrt rearsonably
Jbe ii exetdn soerly. Thre delightful
locationJof thre-staionriris attractingomanty
frrimitire ireir sourthierly states, as
- rerrir studen its tire enrrilled f romu.
N rLii1giri,, D. C., K'ansas, Mississippi
ind Nerw York.

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