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January 24, 1924 - Image 2

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'Crane Characterizes Lenine
As "Vital Power In Russia"~
"A great man, one of the greatest cause all of the Russian people are
of his day, and the vital power in Rus-1 cracy. That is an impossibility be-I
sia, although, I believe, of utterly mis- against it.
taken views," was the comment of - -- '
Prof. Robert T. Crane, of the polit-!
ical science department yesterday in 1J se ,Rg CAMPAIGNERSCUTO
regard to former premier Nikolai Le-!
nine of Soviet Russia, who died Tules-QAIIT
day. "He was very sincere andi hon- HOLD 09NiQUIT TONIGHT
est and his death will be a blow to ___
the soviet party," Professor Crane AlI atis h wnigsbta
continued, "but it will not mean the IAlcpantewnigsbta
overthrow of the present form of gov- and the chairmen of special commit-
erment in Russia." tees, who participated in the financial
"Ther present government has dIrive of the Student Christian asso-
pressed into service all men of abil-eatowhcwshldrenlil
ity in that country. It must stay in Iato hc a edrcnlw
power because there is nothing to take be tendlered a steak dinner at 6:15 o'.
its place. Following the death of the clock tonight at Joe Parker's cafeter-
great 'leader who has built up the so-; ia.
viet system there may be temporary ! The dinner will be given primarily
disorder but: there will be no over-I for' Victor Gondos, '24E, who was lieu-
throw," Professor Crane believed. tenant, of the winning sub-team, and
Lenine came 'into power Nov. 6 the men who worked on his team
191M following the breakdown of Ka- This is to be the winning team's re-
renski',s attempt at a liberal govern- ward as announcedi prior to the open-
ment, which was the revolution against ing of the drive.
the old aristocracy. Together tcith Donald Williams, '25b, who was
Trotzky; he has been the dictator of high mian in the drive for individual
Russia since that time. ! ibsci iptions5, will be presented at thfh
Professor Crane feels that the pres- tiule with 'the Stephen's trophy. Wil-
ent government in Russia is there to! liaius was announced high man with
stay but it will gradually become moreĀ£ $47 5 to his credit when the subscrip-
conservative in its policy and throw ticns he solicited 'were all turned in
off the radical influence which now 1 This amount has established a, new,
guides it. Its permanency is guar- j re cord for individual solicitations.
anteed by the support of the entirec J. S. DeTarn, '25M, who was general
Russian population, he says. chairmnan of the campaign will pre-
In speaking for the future, Profes- , sent the cup to Williams and will al-
sor Crane said, "I look forward to the so give an exact report of the amount
establishment 'of a saner regime in~ of money taken in by each team.
Russia out of the ranks of those now~
in powey. It will gradually become Prof. 14. E. Riggs, of the civil eng-
more conservative in character but it Iineering department, will leave Satur-
will never go back to the old. aristo-' day for Atlanta Gea., where he is going1

at the request of" the Georgia railroadl
commission to consult as to the gas
rates in that stae.
Scabbard and Blade, war veterans'
organization, met yesterday to con-
sider plans for aiding the local R. 0.
T. C. unit in its recruiting drive. No
definite action was taken in the mat-





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Famous Wrigley Ultiding in Chicago Being Doubled lei 13

0 The part of the Wrigley Build-
Vng erected two years ago has filled
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