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noon. general subject of "The Development
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PROFESSOR TURNER REPLIES
TO SINN FEIN STATEMENTS
(Continued from Page One)
the war I have made on what I be-
lieve to be good authority. Let them
submit, i they so desire, the sen-
tences to which they object to Ad-
miral Sims, whom they recently stated
as denying the authority of my asser-
Van Tyne Supports Turner
To prove that the complaints
against Professor Turner's publica-
tion are without grounds, Prof. C. H.
Van Tyne, head of the history, depart-
met, makes the "following remarks:
"Professor Turner in my opinion has
written a scholarly.,and courageous
book on a very delicate subject. It is,
the only fair and unbiased study of
the question in my mind. It forms a
very proper antidote to rabid and un-
scholarly books like those by George
Creel, former head of the United
States Censor bureau, and by Norman.
Hackett, books which were written
as propaganda and without the least
desire to tell the truth. Professor
Turner has every reason to feel proud
of his splendid book and all of his
colleagues in the history department
feel that it is a credit to him and to
"The suggestion from the Irish
bureau that the Michigan legislature
discharge Professor Turner is ridicu-
Tus. Of course nothing of the kind
could possibly happen and the au-
thorities of this University would de-
fend Professor Turner in his honest
scholarly endeavor to the utmost. No
iman in a great University ever need
fear in these days to be punished for
an 'houest effort to tell the truth."
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