HE . HTGAN DAILY
SATTMDAF, %TARCTT 12. 1927
TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY -- SATImDAY, MAR~TT 12. 1927
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
VOLUTME VII SATURDAY, MARCh 12, 1927 NUMBER 116
All girls interested in the Michigan woman's student trip to Europe
next summer should see me at Barbour gymnasium before next Wednesday.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Advisor of Women.
Chinese Students' Club:
A special business meeting will be held tonight in Lane Hall at 8 P. M.
sharp. It is very important. Every member is urged to come.
r"S. R. Yee, President.
Luncheon today,1 P. M. at the Union. Reports of the Dallas Conven-
C. L. Anspach, President.
EIGHT KILLED, SCORES INJURED
IN TRAIN COLLISION IN ENGLAND,
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Enlni hc egtiasne de urgtad1 cr rio
wereinjued. n epres' wa deprtig frm th staionv, hn a oca
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The Maiden of the Rocks
A Night in L mxeimbourg
The RIeturn of the Native
. . Upstreamri
Nerw Grib Street
The Cream of the .Jest
Modern Amerlean Poetry
SOME NEW TITLES IN
THE MODERN LIBRARY
Word has been received here of the
recent death of George D. Chafee, '61L,
one of the oldest alumni of the Uni-
versity, at his home in Shelbyville,
Ill. Mr. Chafee, who was also one of
the oldest practicing lawyers in the
state of Illinois, was 88 years old.
A holder of seats in both the Illi-
nois legislature and senate for several
years, Mr. Chafee was prominent in
state politics, especially during the
Among the various questions whicn period of reconstruction following the
are likely to grow more or less seri- Civil war. An actice Republican, he
ous," continued Professor Slosson, was a loyal Union supporter, and, al-
"might be mentioned the Chinese- though the loss of an arm prevented
British dispute, the extension of pow- him from serving in the army, he act-
er of ,the League of Nations in its fed as an enrolling officer for the union'
attempt to arbitrate the Roumanian- forces.
Hungarian differences, and the Italian Although he was born in Vermont,
penetration of Albania. Mr. Chafee/'moved with his family to
"In L-ermany," added Professor Monroe county, Michigan,, when he
Slosson, "there is a renewed request was four years of age. He grew to
for the complete evacuation of the manhood on a farm there, and, after
Rhine area, the Germans claiming teaching school for some time, enter-
that under the terms of the Locarno ed the law school of the University
pact, the occupation. by allied troops of Michigan in 1859 and completed his
is no longer necessary. In England, I course in two years.
the king is now to be addressed by The year following his graduation
a new title. And on our own contin he removed to Shelby county, Ill. and
ent, the border dispute between New- spent 65 years there as a successful
foundland and Canada, as represented barrister in Shelbyville. Mr. Chafee
by the province of Quebec, seems to was present among the supporters of
have been settled." Abraham Lincoln at the Republican
convention in Chicago in 1861.
Mr. Chafee was an active alumnus
announce Change In of the University, attending the an-
nual reunions in Ann Arbor regular-
R. 0. T.(C. Camp Site ly until two years ago, when old age
forced him to discontinue the trips.
Wbrd was received yesterday from
the headquarters of the sixth corps I-HEIDELBURG.-A plan to rid the
area of the U. S. army, Chicago, Ill., campus of bashfulness has been put
that the advanced R. O. T. C students into operation by Mary I. Park, dean
in the coast artillery unit will go to of women. Every two weeks half of
Camp Knox which is 31 miles south the co-eds dine in the mens' hall,
of Louisville, Ky, instead of Fort while half of the men have dinner in
Monroe, Va., where they have gone the girls' hall. .
in past years. The camp will open
June 16 and last until July 27. Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.
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News From Other Colleges |
EVANSTON.-Students in journal- 1 KANSAS CITY.-Requesting that
ism will have an opportunity to gath- greater freedom be granted to the un-
er practical newsp~aper experience, dergraduates in the college, alumni
of Kansas City college made a protest
under a new plan soon to go into ef-
Students in the Medill School of
Journalism are to work on the Evans-
ton News-Index, in various depart-
ments. They will be paid at regular
space rates for this work.
SEATTLE.--"Columns," the Uni-
versity of Washington humor maga-
zine which was suppressed by the
faculty recently because of an alleged'
improper cover and a satirical articlel
entitled "Lincoln Applesauce" has
been reinstated and the March issue
will appear after the necessary alter-
ations have taken place. The editorl
of the magazine and the writer of the
article have been placed on probation
for the remainder of the year. The
restoration of the magazine was'
largely due to student opinion.
recently to the Board of Education.
They asked that there be a rehearing
of the charges that resulted in the
expulsion of a "rebellious" student
earlier in the year.
Along with four others, the student
was expelled as a result of the pub-
lishing of an independent newspaper,
after the official school paper had
been suppressed by the president. An
apology was made by the other four
and they were reinstated. However,
the editor refused to do this, and is
now enrolled in the University of
PURDUE.-A burglar was recently
frightened from the Kappa Kappa
Gamma sorority house by one of the
members. The thief secured about
$100 and several jewelled sorority
style scots find the
style leaders wear-in g
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JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY