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.THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY_ 18, 1926

PAGE ~~'1WQ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

POLES DESIRE NEW MEN, NO't POLICIESIISIlNs DENIAL SOCIETYI

:EInfrsilce Of witos Into Premiiershiip
Made 4'couj ) 'Eif: tOnly A Matter
PILSUDSKI IS STRONGI
WARSAW, May 17.-When it be-
came evident a month ago that. Po-i
land was heaxdd towa rd revolution
andl~ as new government. would follow
that of Skrzynski, students of the sit-
uation realized that a change of men
rather than policies was sought. At.
that time three political groups in Po-
land bent on revolt camne together-
4the Monarchists, who wanted a dic-
tatorship leading to a sovereign, un-
(Ier Dmowski ; the Mod erates, under
'Witos, and the Socialist s, under Pil-'
sudski, who had not been much heard
of in politics since he declined to run
f'or the Permanent Presidency in thej
Autumn of 1922. When Witos, be-
came Premier a few (lays ago, with,
:, Cabinettt l -was intiflmater ilydif-

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U ere t rmLI U Ul i W ts predecess r , al (ill- C Z E C H O -
(l et fo t rd cesr o p E 0'etat or a revolt became only a sues- ' A s. C 1
tion of time. Pilsudski was in a po- SLOVAL'( ~ OWA11-7
sition to act before the Monarchists,
for, besides his hacking of the radi-h The above map shows Poland, n ow torn with revolt, and.](No.s 1-2-2-
cals he also was the dlarling of the 4-5) where government troops'have gone over to General Pilsudlski, NWorid
army, and while President had con- war hero and leader of the revolt.{
stantly opposed disarmament and dim-1
finishing army, budgets.I wodawczy, or Constitutional Asseni- A ' ~ ~ D
Aside from his undoubtedly large libly, and in having himself elected . * *TEU
following he has ever ap~peared as a; Iprovisional President. For S Alkl Maelees o Care:.
disapponted man, who entertained On account of his two-fold ambition FOR K SALE.UGH
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dors and the League of Nations. His that he was against "Poland settling ______________
whole policy has shown that he wish- down," and as Cabinet after Cabinet
ed to be considered tzme greatest cam1f- succeeded it 'was' charged that he
niade and the greatest statesman InI would never be satisfied unadi'til he had l' .$T MR CLASS
Central Europe. a President of the Council with a ANY i' LINE, ANY
Pilsudski's first ambition was balk- Cabinet of his own making. COUNTRY-4
ft h One Way,, Ruc Trip
ed when the Ukranians drove him out With this reputation, aer having ( , or a Real Low Puice Tout
of Kieff in 1920 and France had to; several tim es threatened to resign-i 8160K NOW.
send a General to rescue his country once because he would not takeI AuUttHRzED TEAV1SHiP ACf'
from the Reds of Russia;. his second Geneva's. ettl~inent% of the''Vilna . m. . G. 1EL E1, Al Um*es
was balked in 1922, when his quar- quarrel with Lithuania - Pilsudski MX. 6ukomi~Q. A1mWoo
rel with Korfanty, _ lmost caused ciil went out of office and. into :,"parent
war and drovq Paderewski away in political obscurity at the close of;192 ,
(Iisguist.I and was succeeded by Stanislaw Wh-
The circumstances of Pilsudski's l bisehowski. Duin g this *-obscurattltT k r ~
conduct in the ;World War, had ;made Iha continued- to "win supporters from ,
his name much more familiar in, Po- the army on account of the,, policy of.
land than the names of those who the successive 4rabski and j$krzynski
were -working .for-her freedom abroad. Governments to reduce the military
When, therefore, he was released budgets, andI from the Socialists and,
from the Prussian prison of Magde- Liberals because those Governmentsd
burg 'a few days after the Armistice,,I had left unsolved several vital prob-
in 1918, his entry into Warsaw was lems, notably national monopolies and
1 ha t of a hero. He had little difficulty land tenure.
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