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solution in Germany, the nrst doc-
nent demanding, a Republican form
government for a united German
ate, the New York Times published
i article in Sunday's edition by Prof.
arren W. Florer, of the German de- i
irtment, on "German Freedom Docu-
ents of 70 Years Ago."
Bring Documents to This Country
Much. of the material from which
e article is , derived comes from
rofessor Florer's Book, "Liberty
ritings of Dr. Herman Kiefer." TheF
ticle is supplemented by a facsimile
part of the Offenburg resolution,
assed on March 19, 1848, and of the
reiburg resolution, passed on March
, 1848, both of which demanded free-
om for the German people. The re-
roduction of these historic documents
ere made from originals brought to
is country by Dr. Herman Kiefer,
iairman of the Freiburg assembly of
48; and one of the most prominent
aders of the Baden revolt of the
Sne year.
Cessati'on of Bloodshed Demanded
The article states that the Freiburg
solution, which was couched in vig-
ous and uncompromising terms, de-
.anded guarantees that no more
loody scenes like those of Berlin and
ienna would be enacted. The resolu-
on is quoted as follows: "The Ger-
.an people will not be contented with
new patch on the old 'garment of
erman, autocracy. They are unwill-
g to have the new wine of the Ger-
an people remain in the old bottles,
burst them and flow out and be lost.
ather they demand thorough reform,
complete cleansing of the German
ugean stables."
Dr. Abraham Jacobi of New York, a
articipant of tIe revolution of '48,
incelled an engagement to address
e modern language conference of
ie Michigan Schoolmasters' club this
fternoon on "Reminiscences of a Rev-
ltionist of 1848." Professor Florer
ill address the conference at 3 o'clock
yis afternoon in Alumni Memorial
all on "The Classics and the Euro-
ean Revolution of '48."
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CLASSA 1MEN WILL NOTj
BE CALLED IMMEDIATELY
"The present classification does not
mean that men in class 1A will be
called immediately," said Edwin Smith
of the local draft board, yesterday.
"A man may be in class 1A, and pass-
ed physical examinations, and yet not
be called for many months. Regis-
trants are called by order number, not
by classification. The local board
have completed calling men up to
order No. 1239.
"We have had many complaints
from registrants of being discharged
by employers when it was learned the
subject was put in the first class.
Many employers will not hire men
who are in class 1. It is unfair to
drafted men to be discharged until
the necessary time comes. Such con-
ditions will mean destitution in many
cases."
Rev. Harris to Lead Bible Meetings
Meetings at the Bible Chair house
will be conducted this week by Rev.
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Cyril Harris of the Episcopal church.
There are no definite lecture subjects
announced.
Central Red Cross Meets in Chicago
The Michigan Anti-tuberculosis as-
sociation will be represented by eith-
er Dr. E. R. Van der Slice, medical
field secretary, or by the executive
secretary W. L. Cosper at the meet-
ing of the central division of the Am-
erican Red Cross to be held at 1
o'clock Friday, March 29, at the City
Club in Chicago. The central div-
ision embraces the states of Michigan,
Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois and Wiscon-
sin. The purpose of this meeting is
to work out a co-operative program
for the care of discharged tuberculos-
is soldiers in which the American Red
Cross, the National association for the
study and prevention of tuberculosis,
state anti-tuberculosis .associations
and public health bodies are vitally
interested.

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