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\VDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1925

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE 'Tihl R

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TRFFZ SPEAS ONI
COABR'AIMS
Pornier Field Seretry of Nai onal
Orgaizaion Stes Purposes
For Local Body
DiSCUSSES BUSINESS I
That the primary object of a
wchamber of commece should be the
development of character and the bet-
trment of general living conditions
in the community, declared Edward
17' Trefz, formr field secretary of
the United States Chamber of Co-
crce, in an address before members
of the local chamber yesterday noon.
Touc~ing upon larger economic is-
sues, Mr. "Trefz said that wealth in
this country is In general wisely and
efficiently created' and distributed,
but that it is not wisely consumed.
san illustration of this defect in
American business, he called atten-I
Lion to the fact that more money is
pent yearly upon tobacco, sft
Ilrinks, and cosmetics than upon all
pf our educational institutions to-
Bother.,'
In conclusion Mr. Trefz declared
that the main purpose of business isj
to leave a better civilization behindj
it, and that business men of today are
placing more emphasis on real
96hivement than on mere material
puceess. "We are in reality," he said,
"only the trustees of the things that
We think we possess.
Mr. Trefz is known as one of the
foreniost speakers on popular issues I
In the country, having served with
Herbert Hoover on the Food Commis-1
lion and later one of the Ententet
speakers for the Americani govern- I
'nent following the World war.
Of Orninence, Says
' Preston' Slosson~
(Continued from Page One.)
Professor Slosson pointed out the
reasons why the restoration of theI
.monarchy would not be an easy task.1
In the first place, the attempt might
readily provoke pivil war in Germany,
hie said, and furthermore no indication
has been m~ade who that monarcl
might be. "The former kaiser has lost
much of his popularity, and it is un-
certain whether'hIe wod be avail-1
able for the office," le explained.
"And he would be the only logical
choice on hereditary grounds. The (
crown prince might be a possible
candidate but le Is even more of a.
notorious militarist than his father.
And again, one of the Bavarian
princes might be selected to rule the
country, which, undoubtedly would
please the Catholics and strengthen
the union with Austria."
'no~ selection of VonHindenburg to
head the government is "bad" in the
estimation' of Professor S ossen, butj
not as dangerous as would have been1
ill( election of Ludendorf, who
trailed seventh in the preliminary
vote.
"Von Hindenburg is popular in
Germany because of the part he.
played in the war. lHe is not as
temperamental as Ludendorff. If he
attempts to restore the monarchy he
will do so by peaceful and constitu-
tional methods, and not by force. Ie
Is undoubtedly loyal to his country
and is not lookng'directlyr for war
as is Ludendorff."f
Political reaction in France is now,
inevitable, in Professor Slosser's es-
timation, and hre feels confident that
that country will not disarm now in
any way because of the generally un-
expected trend of the German ele
tion. That Germany will be inclined
to frther disregard her reparations
is likely, he believes. Just how that
country will regard the 'Dawes reportI

and the League of Nations in the fu-
ture is very uncertain at the present
time, he added.j
"Von Hindenburg will be employed
as a tool, by his associates" Professor
lossen concluded, "and the chance o1f
Grermany's being transformed from a
republic to another- monorchy is cer
tanly tremendously increased."
Dean To Talk On
wFrench Club PFlay

Turkey Demands Mosel Oil Fields
IN AA$C~~~A
AIX Mo~
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The
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ball, but it can be' advantageously
used for otlher events."
J. LA. Salm, '27.-"Absolutely not.
Every :,(-ool is spending too much
mfoney oIL intercollegiate athletics. It,
should come to the time now when
universities are respected for other
things than their" Kipkes, Granges,;
Pfanns, or Yosts and Rocknes." I
cC. A. Johnson, '28.-"1 firmly be-
lieve t hat Michigan should ha< ve a
' JadjuinWhich will be at 0least as'

i 1

Take Your Guests

To the Lincoln Hotel, where
the service they will receiNIe.

you can 1,-su
It is ou} tA

of

desire to please our patrons to the utmc:
LINCOLN F<

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'lOWI,3'S fju(' ,ion: Are, you in favor good and which will accomnodate asE
a ''1; '1tto build ni, w-and many people as any other in th7e BigI
fl2~'l uger.Jadia'u for the Univer- !Ten.~ This would serve to do awayj
9with the discontent which always
1~'iec mskd' Uiontarom. prevails among the alumni and
t i 14ic as 4lr~: *Antarom udent bodies every fail."
1 . 1. Murphy~, '25T?. "Recent con- I x e tT
gut? eatiun cntit ions at Ferry jgu1'

212 EASTI HURON

"

A situation of great complex-
sty for the British government,
and one of far reaching conse-
quence to the world's principal
foil combines will be precipitated
if, as is predicted, Turkey's
Claims to the ,Mosul oil fields -are
lowed finally by the League of
;Nations. It weas only recently
'that the vayious nations interest-
ed settled the question of joint
participation in these fields by
giving American concerns a 25
per cent interest in the interna-
tional combine. Lord Bradbury
.is mentioned for the chairman-
ship of the combine. Allowance
of '.turkey's claims would givt
Ijim a messy problem to settle.

f'ie I nI ?aate it ia?,peidt ivc Ithat we have
a h:1<r'rer st adiuma. The(,fina ncial sti-
I am d derivedl ]aa:s always beeni the
"lipp~ort ing f'actor of college athletics
acidjin this light shmould receive more
th a ('Ucsual consideration. By a
is i'gel, atadi urn, foot]: all is foremost
in mly imind and football will never
do'c,, if In;oil the ujiward trencl and
V;;]! so remlain."
T:. Ito: bxaa'l, '2, ".1 am in favor
0ofit. bcal u soui' l ru~ri beadoy is inl-
cerraS S year]i otli emrconference
secli c ,; m uildinig them and we
Smr AtoI( mainailn our rating and also
fall, tlie benefit01: thae stuadents who al-
w~ys r'au t Ti ring guests to the
"'°m7 cand are always unable to get
tikt. 1. 7. 1D vis, '25D.---"yes. The
pa'ewent st a(iulu is inadequate in
ec't ng cap:acif y and is continually
l):,c(;_-m ng nioi so ea'sh year. 'We do
--rnot, only nieed ", new stadiumai for foot-

7Lnszans Mvay 15
'iMay 15 has been set as the date on
'which the 1925 'Ensians will be ship-
'peel from the printters, at Grand Rap-
ids. Distribution of the book wvill be-I
gin promptly upon their arrival here.
'This will enable students to obtain
their- copies two weeks earlier than;
last year.
The annual will be more than 100
pages larger than the 1924 book, thus
becoming the largest college year-
book in the United States, according
to the staff. Four color views are be-
ing run in oil tints, an innovation that
reproduces the views in their natural
:colors. The process is a recent inven-
tion of the engraving company thatI
does the 'Ensian work, ands the 'En-j
tsian will be the first magazine to use
the new process.
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last on the C -role Iirancais series for mission to the play and dance
the year. T]here w311i be no admris- Ije by membership ticket only.
vion charge. ______
Tfhe Cannual iplay will h I .;'Jen IMaty Patronize w;iily Ad vrlisvi's -
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Dean John R. Effinger of the
college will give. a lecture
annual French play at 4
t'hursday in Natural Science

literaryj
onl the
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auditor-

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GRAND1
PNSPECIAL
We save you
For the Spring
House Party

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