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)AY, FEBRUARY 20, 1912.

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LOSSON FAVORS RED
NEW PUBLICATION Ca
Coun

loted Editor Believes There
- Is Field for Another
College Paper

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INS TO DEAL WITH CURRENT EVENTS, counti
House
ller "A university publication dealir being
the with current events in a thoroughly expon
the unprejudiced manner would be a not- mas 1
one able addition to our present list of Anoth
ake American college pubs cations," said Owil
rith Dr. E. E. Slosson, literary editor of Cours(
hat The Independent, who is meeting Prof. crowd
will m
rith V. N. Scott's classes during the lat- of Ta
Bo- ter's absence in the Eas-. "Such a days a
for journal could publish the expert views
the o t iereat corks of scciahsts who ir

aic g, thered togcther in a univershy
community, and these fin-irg.;. applied
to passing problems of every nature,
would be of immense interest t', the
outs'de world.
"Nor need the publicatt-r which I
propose be merely a mouth-piece for
the faculty. It might well serve as a
sort of laboratory course in which
students of journalism could do re-
search work, requiring the perusal of
books in the well-stocked libraries
with which most universities are equip-

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"Die

NEW

At the
of the ca
ty comn

:quest

"The ordinary commentaries in com-
' aBenec
ercial periodicals today are often
nalist
)th prejudiced and superficial in
eatment. An editor may be called up- vance

by

invaluable addition to the
of literary and discursive

>revent
real na

liver lectures in all the large uni-
,rsities throughout the country.
While in Ann Arbor the count was
tertained by President Harry B.
utchins. A luncheon was held at the
nion yesterday noon in his honor, at
hich President Emeritus Angell,
resident Hutchins, Deans Bates and
ooley, Regent Beal and Professors
'Doge, Campbell, Van Tyne, and Ad-
ns were present. Count Luetzow
aves for Chicago, this norning at

Dr. Slosson will talk before
classes in journalism in room-207 -
hall, at ten and eleven o'clock
morning. His subject will deal
modern periodical literature and
lectures will be open to thF; public
Quarantined Students Attend Chm
Thirty women students at No
western University who were expo
to scarlet fever are quarantined
their rooming house for a term of f
teen days. Sunday morning all
tended church service given by s
of those in quarantine.

chosen this
the acting.
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the of-

Because of the increase in yester-
day's vote and the apparent interest
that the tampus is taking in the straw
ballot, it was decided to publish the
ballot blank in today's issue as well
as in those of Thursday and Saturday
of this week.
This will give everyone an opportun-
ity to vote and everyone is urged to
make a choice of a presidential nomi-
nee. Similar straw votes have been
held at other universities and with ex-
cellent results. Michigan can offer as
large a vote as any school and it is to
be hoped that the returns by Saturday
night will be large enough to give a
fair estimate of what the campus re-

Big Y. W. C. A. Affair
of Activi
The banquet, which
"Big Week" of the Y.
be held Saturday afte
ally thinks about the impending pres- 24, at 5:30 at Newb
idential campaign. Bertha Conde will be
Rules for Voting. or and Mrs. J. L. Fren
Use Daily ballots only. No others mistress. Miss Maud
will be accepted. Place the votes in ritorial secretary .of
the boxes which are located in the en- for the middle west,
gineering and law buildings and in go, will also be pres
the general library or hand them to will be as follows: "C
a member of the Daily staff. All bal- ship," by Grace Loct
lots must be signed by the voter and al- of Scholarship," by I
so must have the voter's state written gell; "Claims of the
on them. This last is especially im- Miss Raymond; and
portant as the straw vote editor wish- Christ" by Miss Cond
es to compile statistics, showing how The tickets will be
.the students from the different states order to secure a I
look at the presidential race. The number of tickets
to 300.

ceive
the
ser-

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