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SOPHOMORE SAYS C03IITTEE OF
ONE HUNDRED NOT TINGED
WITH BOLSHEVISM
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
In order to correct the erroneous
impression created by the letter of
Prof. E. R. Turner of the history de-
partment, in your issue of April 5,
concerning the report of the committee
of one hundred on conditions in Ire-
land, permit me to say the following:
Contrary to Professor Turner's im-
plication that the committee was
tinged with Bolshevism and radical-
ism, it must be said that this was not
the case. An examination of the per-
sonnel of the committee will convince
anyone that it was fairly representa-
tive of sane American opinion. The
committee of one hundred, besides con-
taining no less eminent personage than
the late Cardinal Gibbons, consisted
also of 5 governors, 11 United States
senators, 13 congressmen, the mayors
of 15 large cities, 4 Roman Catholic
bishops, 4 Methodist bishops, Arch-
bishop Keane, and other well-known
individuals of good standing and repu-
tation.
The investigations and proceedings
were made by a sub-committee con-
sisting of L. Hollingsworth Wood, a
Quaker lawyer of New York; Frederic
C. Howe, former commissioner of im-
migration of New York; James H.
Maurer, president of the A. F. of L. of
Pennsylvania; Rev. Norman Thomas,
Presbyterian clergyman; Major Oliver
P. Newman, former president of Board
of Commissioners of District of Co-
lumbia; Miss Jane Addams, of Hull
house, Chicago; Senator David I.
Walsh. of Massachusetts, and Senator
George W. Norris, of Nebraska.
Whether the pudgment of the above is
trustworthy is a matter of individual
opinion, but of its honesty and integ-
rity there can be no question.

bringing about the investigation, for
which the committee alone is respon
sible. As long as Professor Turner
discusses the Irish question on the
basis of historical principles, his com-
petency to do so cannot be doubted;
but when he attempts to defend the
British treatment of Ireland within
recent years, he will have to use bet-'
ter grounds than those indicated in
his letter to you.
M. MERZON, '23. 1
S tale Solon Asks
Lansing, April 25.-Memories of the
'days when Michigan was a wilderness
and ferocious beasts roamed the com-
monwealth were brought back in a
speech by Rep. Lemuel G. Dafoe, of
Alpena, when he asked members of
the house to place a bounty on bears.
teasts Ravage Sheep Flocks
According to Rep. Dafoe, bears are
so numerous and so ferocious in Al-
pena and adjoining counties, that

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one to condemn anyone for not heap-
ing abuse on Soviet Russia ia.PPRTED CAPS
But neither the "Nation" nor its
character have any bearing on the
ri eaen t ce liDONALDSON'S
Britih treatment od.Irelisla.T heNa-
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sheep producers are in despair of ever _i1itllllllllrtti
bringing their product to market. The
bears, he said, destroy thousands of
dollars worth of sheep every year. In Eastman K daks - F
one night, he asserted, the beasts ex-
terminated more than 200 sheep from Amateur-Finshin
a single flock.
The Alpena representative attempted En large ments
to affix an amendment to - the Gettel
bill repealing ithe act providing for the Flashligh s and
payment of bounties by the state on
certain birds and animals. He wanted4O ut side G rou s
to add a new section to the law fixing.:
a bounty of $5 on bears. He failed to
amend the measure in the face of M
statements from his colleagues that a '
bounty would have no efect on the
number of bears killed that if they are
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Rep. Dafoe was far from tiatisfied
with the defeat of his aiendment and
took occasion to again caution theW{
house the bears constitute an ever in-
creasing menace to the northern coun-
ties.

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Professor Turner, it seems, would"
be more British than the Britons. Else
how could he have overlooked the re-
port of the British Labor party which
carried on an investigation in Ireland,
and as a result condemned the govern-
ment of England in no uncertain
terms.
The connection of the New Yorkr
"Nation" with the report does not
make it less significant. The "Nation's"
attitude toward certain political ques-
tions in no way disqualifies it as a
respectable publication. A sympatheticE
attitude toward Soviet Russia is not
necessarily indicative of utter deprav-
ity, If the writer remembers correct-
ly, Professor Turnei himself stated, in
one of his lectures on English history,
that the early Christians were regard-
ed in the same way as the Bolsheviki
are looked upon today. For that alone,
Professor Turner should be the last

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I -Year-Old Girl Wins Spelling Bee
Mitchell, S. D., April 25.-An 11-
year-old girl, Hazel Herbst, is the best
speller in Davidson county. She won
the recent county spelling bee in a
field of 18 contestants, all older than
she. She spoiled more than 700 words.
The Mabel A. Tolford ShloJ is the
Frutr door east of the Arcade Theater.
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