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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
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TRUSTS

bring more men into a share of what
each produces and to make more men
what all ought to be, The way to cor-
iect trusts is to find specific faults and
right them.
He gave several remedies for. trusts
which might apply in special cases. It
is better to correct than destroy trusts.
It is not wise to desire the destruction
of trusts for it is possible to make them
the best servants of society ever in-
vented. To do this it is our business to
balance the tendencies for good and
evil.
B. F. Welty, '96L, is in the city, the
guest of friends. Mr. Welty is enjoying
a fine practice in Lima, Ohio.
Pennsy-Mich. Daily 7 o'clock special.

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STEIN BLOCH CLOTHING
is without question the finest pro.
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garments, at ab ut one-half the price. It is that kind of clothing
which the best dressers are looking for, and realizing this fact we
have this season purchased an unusual Large Stock of Stein Bloch Suts
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Every thing goes.

Discussed by Prof. Small Before "
The Good Government Club.
Dr. Albion W. Small of Chicago Uni-
versity addresed a large and apprecia-
tive audience at Newberry Hall last :
evening on "The Meaning of Trusts." NEIL SNOW
This was the first lecture of the season MICHIGAN S CRACK END
on the U. of M. Good Government Club__
course. The arguments were presented
in a forcible manner and the entire S far i the history of foot ball n
speech was thoroughly enjoyed by the western team has invaded the east and
audience. won, un'les the disputed victory of
Dr. Small mentioned severalebooks Michigan over Stevens Institute bach
pertaining to trusts 'but considered the in '83I be recorded. Numerous clene
monograph by Prof. Smith the most gn s8 abeenorded n osblos
reliable and took as the definition of a games hasp been played, notably those
trust that given inthemonogram as the of Michigan against Harvard and Wis-
proper one. He said that it was im- consin against Yale, but the western
possible for him to throw any new light victory in the east is up to Michigan
on the subject and he would call his today at Philadelphia. Such a victory
speech a confession of faith or a dis-
interested opinion of trusts. would not only open up the way for
He asserts that there are no trusts future teams to follow but would form
nos in the right senne of the term. It a happy basis upon which we might
is the size, not the form of the corpora-coprthreaiemisofMh-
tions, which alarms us non. Or iftnpaetcrltiemisofM--
there are any trusts they are reorgan- gan and Chicago, a comparison which
izing as straight corporations as fast foot ball enthusiasts in the west seem
as possible. The word trust is used at anxious to make. There is no lack of
present as an opprobrious term to work confidence in the teams here and with
on those opposed to railroads and other
large corporations. But business, not the realization that this confidence has
politics, will have to settle the trust not been misvlaced will come the
question. In some lines of produce greatest celebration of a great victory
combination of corporations are bene- Michigan has ever known.
ficial, but in others they become un-
wieldly The congressional investiga- - --
tion of trusts now on will probably be =-T --- - Vic- =-=r==r-
able to throw more light on the sub-s
ject than we had had heretofore. I ARS
In reality now trusts mean merely!
large capitalization, and there is a pe-
culiar dislike to capitalists in existence.: C1
But probably no sane man on matureARET S
reflection would be willing to say that
we are ready to do away with trusts
entirely. This is an age of organiza- ' We have wl'at you want.
tion, all but anarchists believe in cor-! Over 70 difturent kinds.
porations of some kind, although they
differ about the details; they think STA BL TL D (R CID R
they are good things to be used but not ! ! 1 1 1 "
to use them. 301 S. MAIN ST,
But looking at trusts from a moral
standpoint, and considering general ~~'~"~'1-~ -_
human welfare it is proper to consider
wletherthenbusinesssend ofptrusts is ATHENS THEATRE
wrhatairin. t i a popular con- AHN i AR
viction that great corporations are thE
greatest money coiners invented, but
the present corporate system confers
on some men more power than is right FRIDAY, 17
or safe. All economic considerations
should be secondary to social tendes- Lieber and Co. will present Hail Caine's
Oies. powerful play
To get a practical conclusion of what
the-remedy for trusts is he -said that
there was no specific remedy. Trusts
are the operation of a principle. The
fundamental remedy is the spread of T he C hristian
the conviction that life is more t han
meat, that being is more than having.
Life is most a success when most men P
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