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ER 8, 1923

~R8 93___THE MICHIGAN DAILY ___ ___ __ ___ _

VIEWS CONFLICT ON
COOLIDGE MESSAGE
uiniz Declares President Misinformled
On Wishes Of People For Soldier-
f, Conipensallon
ARC DESCRIBES SPEECH AS.
A "MASTERPIECE 0F CLAIRITY"'
Wasliington,. D. C. Dec 7.-Opinion
hroughout the nation on the presi-
d6"s rt..essge'to Congress is
varied and has no unanimity, as is
shown '4n, the news of some of the in-
dustrial and political eaders of the
.countr~y expressed yesterday. As a
general rule, Coolidge was compli-
g ented for the clarity and concise-
ess of his argument, but many felt
that he had given an inadequate treat-
ment of some of the most pressing
troblems that are facing him as presi-
jdent of the United States, and criticiz-
~ed the stand that he took on certain
ssues. Wall Street, however, would
Seem to back the president as a mark-
d increase in the price of stocks and
thor expressions of confidence, fol-
owed soon upon the publication of h is-
speech, and general opinion of the
eaders supported, him'.
Among the men who were interview
ed as, to 'their views,. Cordell Hull,
halrniaii of the 'Denmocratic committee
aid, "The outstanding feature is a
id for the presidential nomination'
Tri 1924. It treats only of symptoms,
-' and;'of these in a most' perfunctory
.mnanner. The message will strengthen
'''Coolidge's chances for° the nomin-
~:John R. Quinn, national. comman der
:=of the American Legion said, 'Press-'
;dIent' Coolidge has been' misinformed
~on the wishes of the people on ad-
:usted compensation for veterans."
-~Wayne B. Wheeler, general counsel of
:;the Anti-Saloon League expressed his
happroval of the recommendation of the 1
Y5'President that the prohibition agentsI
:be part of the civil service. Alice I
A Paul, vice-president of the National
'Woman's party felt that the presi'-
dent was unfortunate in placing wo-
-men and children in the same category'
;in his speech, and. deplored the fact
(that. his only mention of women had
'come in a discussion of labor law.
~Josephus Daniels, former secretary
rof the navy under Wilson, said the
, nessage was neither constructive nor
.inspirational and 'felt that its Lu~keG
: warm attitude on the 'World Court

Heinrich Albert,
Newest Germ an
Chief Of State l
.:.}

Ing feeling in Europe, Mason and Sli-
dell, the Confederate ministers to Eng-
land and France respejtively, could~
the foreign governments," Mr. Ford
SP11CH 'N S UTHconinued. "Benjamin, secretary of
-- --- mnisty inEngland that would take-
Worthing C. Ford Concludes His uthe South. In a part of President
"The Diplomacy of Southern J avin' speech of 1863 written by Ben-
Confederacy" 'Igai there is a marked tendency to
- criticize Europe for its backwardness
CONSIDERED A LEADER in granting clear undoubted right to
IN HISTORICAL RESEARCH recognition. The other countries- of
assistance would be offered from thenm
"Diplomacy had proved the weakest 'independent of that of Greats Britain."
weapon used by the Confederacy to "Two important features obf: future
secure recognition from foreign pow- war were shown in the War; of Seces-
ers. The strongest was evading ti,' sion in embryo., First, that the im-
neutraliy of' their foreign hosts," said portance of trade in quarrels of na-
Worthington C. Ford, continuing his tions, is great, and- second, that the
lecture of Wednesday on "The IDiplom- efficiency of an economic war depends
acy of the Southern Confederacy" from upon its decree by a union of nations."
the year 1862 until the end of the This alone would be an advance upon
Civil war before an invited audience military war declared and waged a
in the Clements library yesterday. ; the whim of a ruler or of a single na-
"The summer and autumn of 1862! tion, in the opinion of Mr. Ford.
witnessed the highwater mark ofI Mr. Ford congraulated the Universi-
Southern expectations of foreign aid. ty on having received the Clements li-
In all that period of tense and grow- brary, in which he made" his address.

"It is admirable not only because of
its harmonious beauty," he said., "but
for the wealth of information which
it contains and which will influence
to an enormous extent the knowledge
of definite facts concerning American
history in the future generations. It
is not alone the form of the gift which
is worthy of praise, but the gift it-
self."
Mr. Ford will remain in town a few.
days longer to do some research workJ
in .the Clement9 library. He has been
engaged for years in investigations
concerning the diplomacy of the South-
ern Confedracy and is a recognized
authority upon many historical sub-
jects.
Moscow, Dec. 7. Soviet leaders hint
at developments in relations with Am-7
erica not, impossibly to include trade
agreements, and assert President Coo-
lidge is not nearly so set against re-
lations with Russia as Secretary
Hughes.

Sprained Ankle;
May Lose Speed'
Burlington,, Ia. Dec. 7-Charles Pad-
dock, world's, champion sprinter, is
laid up in a hospital here with a
sprained ankle which he sustained
while playing a practice game of bas-

ketball with high school boys at
Vernon, Iowa.
Dr. J. T. Hanna, who is caring
the injury, stated that it was his
inion that Paddock would never eq
his own time for the 100 yardd
again, as the sprain would proba
weaken his ankle enough tot
some of the powerful drive from
legs.

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Poultry

Dr.. Heinrilch Albert
The United States remembers Dr.'
Heinrich Albeit as the man whose
activities as business attache of the
German embassy in .Washington term-
inated after a secret service agent
succeeded in exchanging bags with
fhim in, a New York elevated car and
obtaining papers 'of a sensational
character.
Dr,. Albert came 'to this country as
head of the German exhibit at the St.
'Louis world's fair. He is 49 years
old and was educated 'at Madgeburg.
His whole career has been spent as a
German government attache.
(was an attempt to "make concessions
to the progressive elements of his par-
ty without arousing the, opposition ofI
the Old Guard.''
EH.Gary, chairman of the board
of the United States Steel corporation
described the speech as a "master-
piece," complimenting its clarity, and'
its "grasp on the economic' situation
and the needs of big' business."
Dublin, Dec. ..-Edward' Martyni,
dramatist, is dead..

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straight for our shirt section.
Knows how to "play safe"
when in a hurry. Knows he
can spend little or more
and be certain of "a gift of
quality."
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.When you come right down to it, this store is chock full of dandy Chrismas"""
presents. All good, practical gifts for all the familyr. N o11, O t wou1&
more acceptable to a younger brother than one of those coats, leather, etc.,
worn so much around Ann Arbor. Sister would be delighted with one of
'those Girls' leather jackets-with and without fur collars. y,

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Hiking shoes. for men and
women; Hightops, Packs, all
kinds of outdoor shoes. Don't
forget that we have many of
them in boys' sizes. Prices
are reasonable.

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Sweaters
Brushed Wool, in plain and
fancy styles, heavy, rugged
ones for outdoor wear; close-
knit for indoors and under a
coat-and, excellent one for
Dad!
BLANKETS

shirts'
W o o l e n blanket patterns,
Mackinaws, O.D. Army shirts,
in fact all kinds for men, and
soft woolen shirts for the
outdoor woman. The values
in these shirts are unsur-
passed.

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Leather Jackets, Sheep-
skins, Corduroy C o a t s,
Sheeplined Leather. vests,
etc. These are-almost an
absolute necessity fo rany
one who. is outdoors, for
any length of time.. T'hey
make dandy Christmas
presents. Buy them at the
SURPLUS SUPPLIES, STORE

Lindenscbmitt,
Apfel & Co.
Anni Arbor's Leading Clothiers
"Exclusive, But Not Expensive"
209 S. MAIN STREET

Plaids, stripes, checks,, and all colors in .AUTO ROBES, STEAMER
RUGS, and WOOL BLANKETS These blankets are great values at
the prices we offer them. Nothinrg would please Mother more than one of these.

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equipment, golf hose, breeches-corduroy, whipcord, etc.
SURPLUS SUPPLIESSTR

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213 N. Fourth Avenue.

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