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M~'IDAY, JANUARY 15, 1926

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HULBERT ASSMO
ETHICAL LAWYERS
Dletroit Probate Judge .Tells future
Practitioners To Take-Fuller
Social Responsibility
}CITES COMMERCIALISM
Juldge Harry Hulbert, of the juven-
ile division of the Detroit Probate l
court, in his address before members
of thte Lawyers' club Wednesday,
sounded an appeal for a fuller as-'
sumption of social responsibility on
the part of ,practicing lawyers. Hej
urged his audieilce, as legal practi-
tioners of the immediate future, to

ITALIAN T'A % KER BLOWS UP NEAR AFRICAI MILITARY TRAINING DOES NOT
v. .. r, ..., , _ .. ._ DESTROY ORIGINALITY, CLAIM,

Col C. C. Chambers, executive ofFic- ;
cr of Culver Military academy in an
I iteview 'Wednesday denied the state-
men n' fat military training tends to
destr>y the soldier's ability to think
for himself.
"An person who makes such a.
statement," he insisted, "is ignorant oft
the facts. In modern warfare thea
fsoldier is out by himself and depend-
ent on his own ability and resources.
He cannot wait for his officer to corn-
m~and his every move while on the
field' of battle. While he 'must be
taught discipline and learn, to obey
his superiors without question, lie;
must also learn to think for himself,
so he will be prepared for the mom-
ent when he is out of immediate touch

and a free agent in the actual fighting
and if he cannot think for himself hie
is a dead soldier."
When asked if he favored compul-
sory military training, Coloniel Cham-
bers saidi that hie believed that the
R. 0. T. C. should be a part of the re-
quired curricula in. every college and
university; in the country. He believes

that this training not only will stand
the recipient in good stead in any oc-
cupation he may later follow, but
that it makes patriotism a dynamic
and motor activity, rather than a task
of making out an annual tax state-
menit for the federal gcwvenment.
The only criticism : ~h ha to make
of the R. 0. T. C. unit at Michigan was
that enrollment was voluntary.
PARI.- The great storm which
swept over the Society Islands, caused

cosdeal losoflf.
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realize that their duty was not ended
--indeed, had. not necessarily begun-
in securing favorable adjudication for
their clients. The allegiance .of the
ethical lawyer, as he set it forth, is
first and last paid to society, at what-
ever expense to his economic well-
,Ibeing, at whatever political ambition
sacrificed on the altar of the social
Rhole.-
Judge Hulbert gave many instances
of, flagrant miscarriage of justice re-
, sultin g from the conduct of unscru-
ipulous legal technicians. He cited, in
this connection, the bringing into
kourt of young children as witnesses
in divorce proceedings. The barrister
~with the most embryonic sense of
honor, the judge asserted, does this
omnly Very infrequently, for he senses
that the demoralizing effect such ac-
,tion has on the children in questionI
can ~never be justified by a decree in
Itavor of his client.
Judge Hulbert attributed the pres-
ent lack of full realization of this
*higher responsibility to several caus-
es. Among these, he included the
charge that the average young lawyer
is seldom thoroughly prepared on his
( case, rather coming into court with
x nothing but his knowledge of legal
theory and an inclination to guess at
facts of which he is not certain. He
'deplored also the positive lack of de-
'pendability more prevalent, he stated,!
than any one but a judge on the bench
could know. La~stly, he condemned
the element of commercialism "which
is creeping into the profession more
surely than ever before.
"I am not arguing the slightest dis-
~loyalty to your client," he denied,
"nor the least diminiution of effort on
your part to win his case. What I do
argue is that you remember your duty 4
to society comes before your duty to
any "client, and that at all times you
are officers-even though non-official
ones-in the courts of justice."j
',He was introduced by Dean Bates'
of the Law school.
BERLIN.-The Vomsische Zeitung
> i says a block of shares of the Dresde-
ner Bank, valued at several million
marks, has been sold to Hallgartenj
'and Co., and Lehman, Bros., two New
York banking concerns.

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Tripoli, Africa, with a cargo of oil and I DETROIT THEATRES
napth4, just after its crew made a T ISWEKj
thrilling escape in small boats. Thisj
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while an explosion was. imminent. G R RIG eWeda. 5c oS-5
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