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Whether or not the charter of the
city of Ann Arbor shall be revised
is again one of the issues of the pri-
maries to be held on April 5. Agita-
tion for a revision has been going on
for a period of at least six years, aC_-
cording to Mayor Wurster.
Mayor Wurster states that the main
difficulty lies in the fact that many
of the people are indifferent to .the
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do not realize that the vote for a re-
vision stptABILITY AS ADMINISTRATOR OF dential nominee on the Republican
the charter when revised. He de- FORMER MILITARY MAN QUES- ticket in 1916; and it is quite gener-
clared that although the present char- TIONED |ally agreed that in his progressive
ter is "a. good one it has becme an- ideas Hiram Johnson stood' closer to
tiquated, and that the necessity for re- Editor, The Michigan Daily: Theodore Roosevelt than any other
vision is more pressing than ever be- The people of Ann Arbor who are man.
fore. advocating the nomination and elec- Colonel's Choice Insufficient
'-tion of General Wood generally base 4 Let us, however, for the sake of
'Dentists to Participate in Meeting their support on three grounds: first, argument assume that General Wood
Then entire faculty of the Dental he did not receive a square deal from would be the first choice of Colonel
college will take an active part at the administration during the present Roosevelt were he living today. Is
the meeting of the Michigan State war; second, he is a friend of Colonel that sufficient reason for supporting
Dental society, which. will be held Roosevelt; third, his record as milit- him? I think not, for as Walter Lipp-
April 12, 13, and 14, at the Hotel Stat- ary governor is such that he possesses man has pointed out in a late issue of
ier, Detroit. Dr. Marcus L. Ward, the administrative ability necessary the New Republic the only man that
dean of the college, wilW deliver an for a future president of the United Colonel Roosevelt selected and had
address .on "Dental Hygienists." States. A fourth reason that has been elected president proved to be a man
advanced in the University is that who did not carry out the Colonel's
several prominent men in the Univer- policies. We were mistaken once and
sity have known General Wood and have no guarantee but that we may be
this ought to be taken into account. mistaken again.
This argument needs no consideration. If General Wood deserves our sup-
SPRINGvSUITINGS Let us look clearly and dispassion- port in his campaign to become the
ately at these three reasons why we Republican candidate for the presi-
Nn displa should cast our ballots for General dency of the United States, he must
Wood. base his appeal not on his alleged un-
Wood Shelved in War fair treatment by the present admin-
Get measured There can be little doubt that the ,istration, nor on his friendship with
administration did shelve General the late ex-President Roosevelt. He
Wood during the war. Indeed, most must run on his record. And what
today and be ready of us would agree that stinging re- has his record been?
buke he received from the administra- Only a Military Governor
xfspringvwear. tion because he permitted Colonel Wood's supporters claim that he
Roosevelt to speak at Plattsburg dur- has made good as a governor and ad-
ing one of the camps there is an in- ministrator; but they say little about
Cheaper than dex of the treatment that he received the fact that he was only a military
from the administration during the governor over certain of our insular
ready made" war period. possessions. Nor do they mention the
However much we may feel that fact that later Wood left Cuba, the
General Wood has been slighted-and country was so unsettled that military
" ' I feel that he has been-and however intervention was necessary to restore
"Better Fit much we may sympathize with him peace and order. But had he beer
for this undeserved treatment-and even a successful military governor
I sympathized with him-we must not what conclusions could we draw?
conclude as do some people that this Being a military governor over
VARSITn Y is a good and sufficient reason fo semi-civiized peoples is one thing;
T G ER SHOelevating him to the highest office it being the leader in the political and
T OGGERY S P the land. If General Wood is to be economic life of a civilized and edu.
1107 S. UNIVERSITY urged for the office which he is seek- cated nation, wherein the people have
ing he ought to be urged for that of- certain constitutional rights, is dnoth
AVE. fice because he is best qualified to fill er, and, I may add, quite a differen
it, not because he has been unfairly thing. Inasmuch- as the next fou
treated. years will probably be the most dif
No one will deny that General Wood ficult years through which this natiox
was a. friend of Colonel Roosevelt. has ever passed, demanding the high
A T But what of that? Hiram Johnson, est qualities of national and inter
r li-I .LHenry Cabot Lodge, Herbert Knox national statesmanship, it may pad
Smith, Bainbridge Colby and Truman us to realize that the type of admin
Newberry were friends of Theodore istrative ability that is successful ii
ner Suits made to Roosevelt. What reason ,have we for the army is not necessarily successfu
thinking that General Wood will carry when carried into the White House
pay you to see my out the policies of Theodore Roose- RUSSELL D. KILBORN.
velt and any better than any of these
ou buy .other gentlemen? Some of us recall Read the Daily advertisements.The
- 5 that Henry Cabot Lodge was suggest- will lead you to the best of Ann Ar
5 to 5 ed by Colonel Roosevelt as the presi- bor's stores.-Adv.

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Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $- 0.000.00
Resources........$4,00000%00

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