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FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925

T -IT.MICHIGAN

DAILY

The
a Credo
Today's qluestion : Do you think
that the proposed amendment to the
Union constitution should bc passed?
Where asked: Michigan Union.
The antivers:. H. H. Platt, '26L.-
"This amendment shouild not he pass-
ed. The purpose of such a proposal
should be to eliminate the "politics"
that exist on the camr.?us, but this will
not be accomhplished by the amend-
mnent. The chances for petty "pol-
itics" is much greater when the choice'
of a president is within the power of
a few than when it belongs to the
whole campus. Politics in' this mat-
ter cannot be elinilnated entirely so
let's retain the method which is un-,
doubtedly the lesser of the two evils."
,H. L. Hall, 'L,-"The Union is alI
student organization and every man
on the campus should have a chance
to vote," for any man he thinks fit to
fill the office. It is the privilege
now, and should continue to be the
privilege now, and should continue.
to be the privilege of the men on the
campus, to put a candidate before the
student body, then the student body
either approves or disapproves that

man. If the amendment is passed this i (lest uctiof by air
will be stifled, the b)oard of direc-3 Yorl- or :tan Francis
t ors can act absolutely ar~bitrarily inl; E1ngland and~ the I 'i
flhe mza tter reg,,ardless; of the opinio)n of ; wil 1opos one anon.
the (:ataisliS, 1115 aking, if the board England ' idiever willi
see fit, a. perpetuatinlg body which sive wvar again. O~ng
will (do great harm to our. ,Ufion.'' *? h"tlw oliceman 0f th
C. 1+. Van L nan, '26.-c "Eery t't 1111intrested only in ;t
(lent is a memrber of the Union and in gression on,, any pars
the last analysis he is the one 'who, pakn race by anti
should voice his opilnion. To pult the ever its color."
final que(stion up to tihe boardl of Fr Iance(, lie said, h
dIirectors remioves the powe(r froml the army on earth, anud vN
student body. If a man is running for';equal to none could(]
the 1residien(cv of the Union and is not!
satisfactory to tihe studlent body, as
has been denmonstrated, then they, as
case of las~t resort, 'should he jpermuit-
tedl to petit ion a man for the office.
Thrlle amendment will kill this power"..
Rtobert, Weadock, '26.--'Certainly.
Give the Jobs to tileimen who have
earned 'them and who know how to
administer them."
A. ,7. kimball, '27.-*"Yes, Nominees'
for Union offices should be picked
from among the men who have served
the Union for other than financial
Predicts Air War
In Twenty Years
Chicago, March 26.--The next war i
will be fought in the air some twenty w~}
years hence=-it may come in ten yearsEr
-Sir Charles Hi-ghami, English avr
ade-tising men declared yesterday beforeI
the English sneaking union. ±Chi-
cago will be in as great danger of i.t

bombs aq New
co, he declared.
lited States never
iaher in wvar, andl
fight ann aggres-
tland, lhe said, is
he world, andl is
LoJpping any ag-
t of the B~ritish
1her nation, vhat-
has the greatest
Withi an air force
"with the forces I

i

and weapons at their disposal wipe
out London from the air within four
hiours.",
Ile said he (lid not seek to be an
alarmist and was speaking only for
himself. '*~ aie
Prof. Carroll IL. May of the con-;,
Oluics departnuzil i, who is r ecovering e
from an attack of grippe, will not be ~ i
ablle to meet. his classes until next-SCEN UMAY INJCA I I El
ona.Since 'Tuesday assistants =..,_.. i
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