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AS "SILENT CAL"
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WASHINGTON, March 4--Calvin
Coolidge is the first Massachusetts
man to hold the office of vice-presi-
dent since Henry Wilson served in
the second Grant administration
nearly half a century ago. His ad-
vent into office adds to the prominence
of his state in national government
affairs for it is regarded as almost
certain that Senator Henry Cabot
Lodge will be again chosen as republi-
can leader in the Senate, and Rep.
Frederick H. Gillett as speaker of the
Should Mr. Gillett succeed himself,
a Massachusetts man will preside
over each branch of congress, a most
unusual coincidence. More unusual
still is the fact that'both Mr. Coolidge
and Mr. Gillett come from the same
congressional district, Northampton,
the home of the vice-president being
in the same district as Springfield
the home of the speaker. Both men
are graduates "of Amherst college.
Vice-president Coolidge is entering
upon his first service in the field of
national politics, but for 20 years he
has been active in the political ser-
vice of his state, rising from member-
ship in 'the council of his city to gov-
ernor of the commonwealth.
In some respects Mr. Coolidge is a
figure strange in Ameria public life,
being taciturn to a degree and ap-
parently shunning .the spot light and
the glamor which usually surrounds
high public officials. To his most in-
timate friends he is known as "Silent
Cal." It is related in illustration of
this characteristic that a personal and
political friend who had conferred
with him in his executive offices at
Boston without receiving more than
monosylables for answers finally quit
the office in disgust, exclaiming, as he
came out: "By George, I'd like to be
that fellow's stenographer."
Pi Epsilon Delta, honorary dramatic
fraternity, has recently granted a
chapter to the University. This will
be known as the Zeta chapter. The
petition for the establishment of this
chapter was given precedence over 11
petitions submitted by other colleges
and universities throughout the
The charter members of the Michi-
gan chapter comprise the best dram-
atic talent on the campus at the pres-
ent time. The society makes eight
elections a year, four each semester.
on the basis of points secured by the
aspirants through appearance in cam-
pus productions or leadership in some
form of dramatic endeavor, such as
play writing or stage management.
The following are the charter mem-
bers who will be initiated at a ban-
quet in the Union next week: Richard
Forsythe, '22L, Albert C. Jacobs, '21,
Elwin G. Davies, '23L, Paul Wilson,
'23L, Jean Wallace, '21, Francis M.
Maire, '21, Arthur L. McCaffery, '23,
Hamilton Cochran, '22. Three mem-
bers of the faculty will be elected as
honorary members, their names to be
announced later. The next election to
membership will take place in April.
INTERIOR OF LAW BUILDING
IS COMPLETELY REFINISHED
In accordance with the general
plan of the Buildings and Ground
committee, the Law building has been
redecorated during the past few weeks
at a cost of approximately $1000.
Rooms, corridors, halls have all been
It is the custom of the Buildings
and Grounds department to go over
the hospitals once every three years,
while the other buildings are repaired
and painted as conditions require.
Botany Prize Winners Announced
Prizes for work of high excellence
in section 3 of Botany 1 were offered
last semester and were awarded to
Carl O. Erlanson, '24, and Pauline
Piper, '22. The prizes were copies of
Erwin F. Smith's new translation of
Emile Duclaux's "Pasteur, the His-
tory of a Mind." The winners of the
contest in the second semester of last
year were Louis Herrmann, '24M, and
Lucy Huber, '23, 'of the School of
Music. These prizes are offered at the
beginning of each semester.
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