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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, March 121 19 7

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, March 12, 19 1~

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Johnson, East Wind GAY BROTHEL:
Cnnfer nOS«hbi Victorian sex scandal

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of Asian advocate.

suppressed

by Queen
ad the po- rant was issued.

By ELLEN BRESLOW
East Wind, an Asian-American
student group, met with Vice!
President for Student Services
Henry Jo hn s on over spring
break to discuss the possibility
of establishing an advocate for
its constituency.
This negotiating session was
part of a series of meetings ar-
ranged by President Robben
Fleming as a direct result of
last month's sit-in in the Ad-
ministration Bldg.
THE FOUR-MEMBER nego-1
tiating team from East Wind
entered the sessions determined
to obtain a "commitment from
Johnson to get specific person-!
nel in student services to deal
with the problems of Asian-
Americans as a m i n o r i t y
group."
Hmvever, the two days of ses-
sions did not result in the ap-
'injitment of an advocate. Ac-
cording to Johnson, because of
the crrent hiring freeze and
the establishment of a study on
al minority advocates, it is
"too nremature to make a com-
mitment."

seems to feel that "they (the
administration) are not con-
cerned of the worth of minority
advocacy."
T H E MEETINGS between

LONDON (/P) -- Queen Vic- public prosecu
toria's family and government lice commissi
leaders of the day hushed up prosecute Lord
Buckingham Palace's reported is referred toh
connection to a sex scandal, as "Mr. Brown
that shocked Britain 75 years ent laws forb

tor an

East Wind and Johnson resulted ago, according to official docu-
in the'settlement of four points: ments opened this week for the
* Johnson will study the in- first time.
dividual problems presented by The scandal centered on a
East Wind;m male homosexual brothel in:
n The number of Asian-Amer- ondon's Cleveland Street al-:
ill be inean wndepartmen iflegedly frequented by Lord Ar-
eis binceasetd wheit"thur Somerset, equerry to the
he is able to do it"; Prince of Wales, and other
* A Student Services Com- prominent men.
mission will study the role of
advocates and the need for one: DETAILS of the affair came
to represent Asian-Americans; to light when the director of
and public prosecutions opened rele-
* Johnson will imoress upon vant documents to public in-
the rest of the administration spection. Until recently, the de-
that Asian-Americans should be! partment kept the wraps on of-
considered a minority group , ficial documents for 100 years.
-lon¢ with blacks, Chicanos and The papers confirm rumors
Native Americans. 'rife at the time that such lead-
Despite the agreement on i ers as the Prince of Wales and;
these four points, East Wind the prime minister, Lord Salis-
negotiator Jeff Lee said the ses- bur
sions merely "postponed the from prevented authorities
Asin -Ameica is sii one fomprosecuting Lord Somer-
Asian -American issue once set. The Prince of Wales, the!
" v stmis t eldest son of Queen Victoria,
."Obviously the administration became King Edward VII-.
is only going to do what they!arVeL
want to and we can just keep The documents also revealed
on yelling louder and louder," that officials at the time wrote
he added. that Lord Somerset's attorney
---boasted that if the peer was
taken to court "a very dis-
tinguished person will be in-
n -~ns' !volved-PAV."

"gross indece
male homosexu
However, the
retary, Lord
Lord Salisbury
ers were again
cause of Lord
tion in society
cause they fea
nent Britons
plicated.
THE THEN
tor of public
Cuffee, wrote
of Wales was"
and sent hig
saries to the
partment and
missioner's o
Somerset's be
The prince
"didn't believ
and wished to
to clear Lord S
must have som
Soon after,S
country - befo

oner wanted to
I Somerset, who THE PAPERS also include
in the documents evidence that distinguished cli-
n," under string- ents of the brothel tried to
idding acts of bribe the male prostitutes of
ency" between Cleveland Street to go abroad
ials. before they could be called as
e then home sec- witnesses.
Halsbury, plus The Times of London describ-
ed the documents in yester-
st this partly be- dayspaper as "an illuminating
Somerset's posi- example of the Victorian high
and partly be- establishment closing ranks and
fred other proms- pulling strings to protect its
would be im- errant members."
w The London Evening Standard
quoted H. Montgomery Hyde,
assistant direc- author of a 1970 book on the
prosecutions, H. scandal, as saying that Lord
that the PrincesH Arthur Somerset left England
thageat tat nefor Boulogne, France, "and
h-powgredtis-tesubsequently to Constantinople,
h-powered emis- where I believe he offered his
prosecutor's de-! services to the sultan."
the police corn-! Hyde said the Prince of
ffice on Lord iWales wrote to Lord Salisbury
half. expressing satisfaction that
, Cuffee said, Lord Somerset had been allow-
e a word of it ed to leave but suggesting that
concern himself if he ever dared return he
Somerset ... and should be permitted only a brief
nething settled." visit to his parents. It is not
Somerset left the known whether he ever re-
re an arrest war- turned.

Madeline Cheng, an active
member of the student group

e
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tsi

U geology course
i n Wyoming plagued
by weak enrollment

THAT REFERRED to Prince
Albert Victor, the black sheep
among Queen Victoria's chil-
dren. The prince's name had
earlier been mentioned in the
"Jack the Ripper" murders
that terrorized London.
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tion Prnice Albert further. They
show the attorney general; the

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the enrollment expected and the1
department's staff is both be- i
wildered and dismayed. 1
"We're very concerned at this ;
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happen in the next week," re-
marked Prof. Charles Smith,
chairman of the geology depart-
ment.
DESPITE the low, enrollment,
it is not expected that the eight-t
credit course will be cancelled.
In the past, the program,
which includes two months of
intensive study in Jacksoni
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to capacity.
Smith conjectures that this
year's low enrollment may be

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Although 54 students
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