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ESDAV JANUA RY 22, 1924 TE MCIA AL

THE MICHIII.-JAN DATLY

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EANKRAus ADDS
THREE PROFESSORS

++ TIJUERTA MAY BE MAKING SECOND V ERA CRUZ CRISIS
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''fIM E9IY1OF MEXICAN MOVE

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Faculty of History Depanient
Suniner Session, Increased,
Announcement

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DL' CALF, OLDFATHER, CRANE
WIVLL OFFER COURSES HERE
Th.re2 new professors have been
rdded to the faculty of the history de-
'partment for the Sumimer session of
1924, it was announced yesterday by
IDean Edward 11. Kraus of the 'Sum-
mer session. Prof. Frederic Duncalf,
professor of European history at the
University of Texas, Prof. Charles H.
Oldfather of Wabash college, Craw-
fordsville, Ind., and Prof. Verner W.
Crane of Brown university are the
mnen from the schools who will give
cou r;es here this summer.
In addition to the professors from
other colleges who will give courses
Prof. Edward R. Turner, Prof. William
A. Frayer, and Dr. Arthur H. Aiton
will instruct in the Summer session.
Prof. Frederic Duncalf who is
known in this country as one, of the
great authorities on European history
will give two courses, one on "Medi-
eval Civilization" and the other on
"The Teaching of History."
T.Professor Oldfather. from Wabashj
:.college will instruct in "The, History
of Gre-,ce to Death of Alexander the
Great" and "Roman H-istory from
Republic to Principate." Professor
Crane who was connected with the
history department here' from 1916 to
1919 will give a course in the "De-
velopment of the United States: 1783
to 1850" and another in "Seminary in
American History." The latter course
will be given in Clements library, this
being the first,.time that it has been
used during the Summer sessions.
Professor Turner' will give a course
in the "General History of England
from the Ascension of James the First
to 1924." Two courses will be given!
by Professor Frayer, "French Revolu-
tion and :Napoleonic Periods: 1789 to
1815," and "Eurolie since the Franco-
Prussian VTar." Dr. Aiton will in-
struct in "American Colonial History"
and will give two .courses in "His-
=Dame American History."

Prof(). R. T. Cranme Points Out P~recedent %
As Onre of Juistification of
Procedu,
ASSERT"S QUESTION MERE14Y
MATTER OF PARTY POLITIC'
'Prof. R. T. Crane, of the political
science, department, spoke emphatic-
ally in the affirmative when asked yes-
terdlay whether or not the permission
of the United States, allowing Mexi-
can troops to move through the state
of Arizona and Texas, was legal.
"There is absolutely no question as
to the legality of the matter," Prof
ICrane said. Explaining that railroad
connections were in such a had con. !
dition that" Mexican Federals coule
jmove no other way, Prof. Crane cited
former instances of similar caseF
where troops had been allowed to pass
through the States.
"In the case of Villa, troops were
permitted to pass through. At that!
time a baggage car containing armF
was allowed to be sent,". he said. An-
other instance was cited, when the
English were 'given permission to use
the Canadian Pacific rai?' oad througb'
'prsof the United States for trans-
partsn both Canadian and Englishl{
troops. The 'frozen condition of the
St. Lawrence river was given as th(
reason in this case.E
Prof. Crane summed up the questionI
by saying that it was merely a mattez:
of politics.
Prof. T. H. Reed, of the same de-
partment ,seemed to agree. "It is leg-
ally correct for the United States tc
allow the passage of the Mexicar.
troops," he said. "It is no novel thing
and has been done before."
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An international incident parca.
sibility if :Adolfo de la Huerta, head o
an embargo on the port of Tamu;;ico.
dered to Vera Cruz, headquarters oft
of the city, necessitating 'rushinig anc

Ileling the seizure of Vera Cruz by American sailors and marines is a pos-
f the Mexican revolutionists, persist s in attempts to enforce his decree of
When warning was sent him by Was hington, the cruiser'Tacoma was or-
the rebels, to be handy but she wven t aground on a reef two miles outside
other cruiser to aid the Tacoma and take up the patrol work.' The Richi-

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mones, one of the, fastest of the Navy's modern 'vessels of the scout cruiser type, was chosen for this purpose.

Varsity Glee Club Will Send
Twenty-Four MVen To Chicago)

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Scrc en-Today

( Arcade-Marie Prevost In "The
Wanters."
Majestic-"Ashes of Vengence,"
with Norma Talmadge.

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Wuerth-Kenneth Harlan and
Mildred Davis in "Temporary
Marriage." 0
Orpheum-"How Women Love."

At the glee club competitions to bet
held at Chicago, Veb. 8, between mid-'
western schools, Michigan's Varsity{
Glee club will enter the contest, send-
Ing 24, meni of the club to sing.' Thisl
is the first year that Michigan is as- 1
sociated with 'the Intercollegiate Glee 1
clubs, having recently been "accepted
as a member of that conference. Wis-
consin won the competitions last year
and as, a result went to New York cityj
to compete with the winning clubs of
the east.
Thirt(*n Schtools Ent~red
'Thirteen schools will be represent-
ed at the contest. Chicago, Illinois
Iowa, IMichigan,- Purdue,. Wisconsin1
Armour, Pelt, Grinnell, Knox, Milli-]
k in, La~e. Forest, and Wabash. collegc
will se id their respective clubs.- Each "
club will, be required- to sing a grout
and all, of the. men of the 13 clubs will
appear ' in a grand finale,. while the
Judges decide the ranking of the clubs
Seats for, the o~on test may be obtain-
ed from :E. C. UPton, 'Michigan's' rep-
resentative on' the board. Applica-
tions should be mailed to him at 175 N
State street, Chicago, not later than
Feb. 7.

members who expect to attend the
contest on Feb. 18. Members will in-
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ive, and the return trip can be made
any time between Feb. 18 and 21.
Students who intend going to Chi-
cago at this time will not have tc
accompany the club to take advantage
of the reduced rates. Railroad cer-
tificates must be obtained from John
M. Russell, '24, Manager of the club
and anyone going at this time will get
reduced rates.
Daily 'classified for real results.
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