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THE Mi('_HMAN DATT .Y

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PROUM COMMITTEE
WILL OPEN WORK
Frederick Beaman, '28E, Is Appointed
Gen'eral Chalrnian By President
Of Sophomore Class
TO SET DATE FOR PARTY

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Yale Students
Vote To Abolish
ChapelA ttendance
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 14.-The
final count of a two-day referendum
by Yale undergraduates on the ques-
tion of whether the existing compul-I
sory attendance at university chapel
should be retained or abolished show-
ed 1,681 votes against compulsory at-

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Typesetters Of
Honolulu Angry
HONOLULU, Nov. 14.-Typesetters
in Honolulu are reported to be in a
bad humor.
Following the receipt of the news
that the assistant secretary of labor
had found Leieusszuieuszesszes Willi-
himinizzissteizziteizzi of Folson, Cali-
fornia, to be an undesirable alien,
there came the news of the birth of
a Hawaiian baby in one of the dis-
tricts of Honolulu, whose parents saw
fit to name Ruth Kepilihaleokehuon-I
I alii Mika Hopeni Hoomanawanui.
BOSTON, Nov. 14.-Harvard's cross-f
country team today defeated the har-
riers of Yale and Princeton over the
course of five miles.

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Opening the work of organization, 'tendance fi 24in favor Of it, a
the Sophomore prom committee will ratio of about seven to one.
meet at 7 o'clock tomorrow in the The referendum was promoted byl
anteroom adjacent to the ballroom on the Yale News to secure campus opin-
the second floor of the Union. ion on the discussed abolishment of
The organization of the committee compulsory attendance at religious
was delayed by the question of wheth- services. The News states, "It should
er the general chairmanship would be clearly understood that this ques-1
be in the hands of the literary col- tion is aimed not at the institution'
lege or engineering college students. of chapel in itself but only at the com-
At a recent conference between class pulsory element as at present in-
officials and the Dean of Students, it volved.' The students were not can-
was decided that an alternate-year vassed, the ballot on the question
ruling placed the general chairman- being purely optional.
ship with the sophomore social com- Returns from ballots mailed to fac-
mittee of the engineering college. ulty members showed a ratio of about
Pres. Marion S. Hodgson of the sec-! three to one in favor of doing away
ond year engineering class has ap- with compulsory chapel attendance,
pointed Frederick T. Beaman, '28E, 44 votes against 16. Sixty ballots out
as general chairman of the social of a possible 130 were returned by
committee. the faculty members.
One of the first things to be decid-
ed by the group is the date for th NEW YOiRK, Nov. 14.-Work will be-
annual event. Although Dec. 11 has gin soon on the construction of tem-
been set tentatively, there has been porary seats, which will increase the
some discussion as to changing it as j seating capacity of the Yankee Stad-
a dance is to be held at the Lawyers' ium from 65,000 to 80,000.
club on that night and also one of
the performances of the Union opera PHILADELPHIA. - An overseas
will be given. keteran died in a premature explosiont
of a shell being used at Frankfort ar-
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 14.-Ar- senal for a salute to the war dead..
rangements for an intercollegiate sail-
ing contest between Harvard and For every article for sale, there is
Yale are under way. a buyer. Reach him th ru Classifleds.
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