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SUNDAY, 'FEBRUARY 19, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDA, ~PER.1JRY 19 1928THE ICHIGN DAIY----------RE

ELECTION PROSPEICTS
DISCUSSED__BY BATES,
(Continued from Page One)
trate to the heart of the problems thus
far presented to him, which lead to
the just expectation that he would
rapidly inform himself of the prob-
lems in the larger sphere of the na-
tional government."
Speaking of the probable Republi-
can candidates, Dean Bates main-
tained that, "the most prominent and
probable candidates of the Republican
party at this moment seem to be Sec-
retary Hoover and Mr. Lowden, for-;
mer governor of Illinois, now that.
President Coolidge has eliminated,
himself from consideration. Both of
these men are of fine character, high
ability, and great experience in pub- I,
lie affairs.
"Secretary Hoover has shown ex-
traordinary grasp and vigor in deal-
ing with every problem which he hass

attacked," he continued. "His public
utterances prior to and during the
Harding campaign would indicate that
he has a deep appreciation of the
necessity of attempting to avoid the
horrors of war by international asso-
ciation and conference which would
attempt to prevent controversies
ripening into another such convulsion
as threatened the destruction of
civilization in 1918.
League To Be Factor
"If that can be accomplished, it is
perhaps more important whether it
be through the League of Nations. It
is difficult to see how any intelligent
and experienced person, however,
could question the extreme import-
ance and desirability in our paritici-
pating in the World Court project,
which American statesmen, partic-
ularly Elihu Root, did so much to
plan and develop. Mr. Hoover un-
deniably has shown extraordinary re-
sourcefulness, understanding and en-
ergy in the development and improve-
ment of American industry and con-
merce. His engineering experience
and his grasp of the necessities of
agricultural production, of transpor-

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tation, commerce, and general indus- administration of Len Small has not'
try, qualify him to deal intelligently been able to wholly destroy. His gen- 1
with the pressing problem of flood nine and highly informed interest in
the problems of the farmers and of,
control in the great river valleys." agriculture fit him to deal with agri-
Comments On Lowden cultural problems so vital to the en-
Cominenting on the second of the tire country."
two Republicans he ;alieves probable
contenders for the nomination, Dean PORTABLE
Bates asserted that "Governor Low-T
den is a lawyer of great ability, a good TYPEWRITERS
campaigner, and an expert in admin- Corona, Underwood,
istration and government. The im- Remington, Royal.
provements in efficiency and the econ- We have all makes.
omies which he made in the admin-I Some in colored duco finishes.
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