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HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATUTtDA'

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~ytwo, outstanding candidates, Hoover
00V fkSC O E and Smith, one of whom held the lead
P) s Vr, r., -11 Yin practically every university.
Smith took: the lead from Secretaryi
m 11 cover in fivo universities, amongj
'TUDENTS IN IULLII'I tlhem being the Universities of Ala-!

Victorious in all but six colleges,t

Herbert Hoover was overwhelmingly
chosen president by students of 41
universities at which. presidential
polls have been conducted, figures re-
cently published in the Independent
show. The final results give Hoover
a vote of 23,445 out of a possible 49,-
401, a majority of 9,396 over his near-
est opponent, Governor Smith, and a
margin of 20,071 over Vice-president
Dlawes, second among the Republicanr
candidates.
The figures for the ten leadling
candidates for the presidency are:
Hoover, 23,445; Smith, 14,049; DaWcs,
3,374; Reed, 2,4a5; Lowden, 2,227;
Ritchie, 1,396; Walsh, 1,226; Dona-
hey', 518; Willis, 449; Curtis, 292.
The figures show that there were but

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Iama and Cleoria. Governor Smith's!
vote was mnore than dlouble that of all
the other D~emocratic candidates coin-
bin ed.
Vice-president Dawes' home city
failed to give him a majority, the
University of Chicago vote shows.j
Lowden's only victory was at the
U.niversity of South Dakota; he ran
third to Smith and hoover at Iowa.
Senator Walsh was third in his own
state, Montana, his best showing.
H ARVAR{D.-Lee Eells, a daring
studlent, recently swan the Charles,
river in spite of the coldness of the
water. The feat was undertaken as-
a result of dares of his fellow stu-I
dtents. Bo'th banks of the river were
jammned with studIents and e ther spec-
tators who w re astounded at Fell;;'

W ILL INTERPRET ISTRAWN STATES FUTURE OF LAW
CHINA'S FUTURE DEPENDS ON YOUTHFUL LAWYERS
'"Piq big responsibi'lity w\ith the! qualiications for entranc into the
Pau C.Men, screaryforChiYoung lawyers of todlay is to do what legal profession. To them I must say
nese students on the Committee oin they can to uphold the goverunment,. that the opplortunities today are bet-
Friendly Relations 4 reong Foreignt the constitution, and laws of the trthan ever before for properly
Students, is being brought to Ann Ar- counitry," declar'ed Silas II. Strawnvi, qualifiedl youngII mete. By 'properly
bor fort a lecture on China at Natural noted] Chicago lawyer and p~resident II qualified' I mean that the man shall
of the American Bar association in, have a good general education, an
Science auditorium on Thursday, Ap- an interview yesterday. "Tb e world 'adequate legal education such as the
ril 26 by the Student Christian Assoc-I looks to the United. States for leader-; Law- schoAl here at Michigan affords,
ration, the. Cosmopolitan club, and ship in government], finance, coan- !;n(] a goodl physique.
the Student-Chinese club. moerce, and industry," he continued, j'"Thlelegal lprofessionl has changed a
Spending thre autumn visiting imn- "nditefialaalssh respn nget deal in recent year's,"Strawn
portant studlent centers in China, sibility is with the lawyers. !asserted. "There is evidence of this
Meng then traveled through Siberia, "The idea that the legal professionI in the fact that many lawyers have as-
and among the student centers of is crowdled holds true only in the ;suimed roles as leaders in the financial
Furope, under the auspices of the sense that the legal profession Cr; and indlustril worlds. Such men as
World Student Christian association, any other profession fecr that matter Owen D. Young, head of the General
"China, Whither Bound," which is his is crowded for the incompetent ," !Electric company, Fred Sargent, presi-
lecture topic, is one in which this Strawn said. "However, there is no dcent of the Chicago and Northwestern
young and experienced Chinese is par- doubt that the legal profession, isI railroad, and D~wight W. Morrow,
ticularly verĀ°sed. Meng spoke here certainly. not crowded for capablei ambas'sadci' to Mexico. all of whom
two years ago(. young mnen who have the necessary itar lawyers, show some of the oppor-

tunities which are presented to able
mien in the legal profession,," he con-
cluded.
Strawn was in Ann Arbor in con-
nection with the celebration ocr Found-
-er's day at the Lawyers' club.
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