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Would Soon Dominate South America
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O RPH E UM - - SPECIAL TODAY !
In "The Butcher Boy"
His first Paramount Comedy-and
Second Seven Deadly Sins Picture. with Holbrook Blinn and
Washington, May 1.-The entente
allies are flatly opposed in advance to
any peace plea Bethmann-Holweg may
make in the reichstag, it was stated
today by a high authority in the Bal-
four commission, "because it would
not be genuine, and would mean vic-
tory for the Teutons and a menace to
the civilization of the world."
Peaceto Stop Losses
Discussing the proposal this author-
ity said, "any movement for peace by
Germany at this time can be nothing
but an attempt to cut the Teutonic
losses. The most seriously menaced
part of the world under a peace made
at this time would be South America.
"Germany sies the advantage of
throwing a sop to the liberty loving
portion of the world in offering a peace
at this time on probably the follow-,
ing terms: Giving up Alsace and Lor-
raine to France, evacuation of Bel-
gium, relinquishing the conquered ter-
ritory in the west. They can make
a great play on this, but the world
must not be deluded.
Wants Internal Base
"Germany nohwants to make peace
in order that she may keep a clear
road from Berlin through Austria,
Bulgaria, and Serbia into Turkey. This
would give her a base from which to
begin anew an inevitable war against
civilization. It would be a practically
impregnable interior position of of-
fense and defense, which every man
familiar with war knows would be
most difficult to deal with. Germany
has realized that she cannot attack the
Suez canal successfully from the out-
side, and peace on this basis with this
corridor would give her a chance to
get at it from the inside.
Would Attack South America
"Her logical point of attack under
these circumstances, seeing that she
cannot hope to accomplish any more
than the establishment of that exceed-
ingly important corridor in Europe
would be South America. Germany
already has a foothold in South Amer-
ica. It would only be a matter of time
under the new developments until she
would dominate that country and be
off on another period of world carnage.
"Germany's big idea in promulgat-
ing peace now is to cut her losses.
She is just like a bankrupt business
house which sees the crash coming
and seeks to make a settlement with
the creditors on the basis of so many
cents on the dollar. Do not forget
that Germany has something like 80
per cent of which she set out to get,
and for the sake of future peace all
we allies must turn a deaf ear to any-
thing Bethmann-Holweg may say in
the reichstag at this time."
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kind may cause students to make ill-
considered choices, in the opinion of
President Vincent, of the University of
Minnesota, who warns the Minnesota
students that they should not be
stampeded or coerced into entering
any branch of the service against their
"Technical and professional skill is
an important asset, and mhen who have
made progress toward a specialized
degree should consider their action
well," said President Vincent.
"Students should not rush away
from school in order to avoid the sel-
ective draft, to which there will be at-
tached no social stigma."
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IWHAT'S GOING ON
3 o'clock-Varsity-All-fresh game on
8 o'clock-May Festival opens in
4 o'clock-Prof. C. L. Meader lec-
tures in Natural Science auditorium
on "Democracy in Russia."
8 o'clock-May Festival concert in
The Y. 21. C. A. will hold electlon
of officers from 8 o'clock this morning:
to 7 o'clock tonight in the west cor-
ridor of the Library and in Lane hall.
Junior engineers may pay dues from
9 to 12 o'clock this morning in the
Engineering society rooms.
..All persons having rooms to rent
for Alumni day are requested to call
the Michigan Union.
ADELPHI OPPOSES FORCIBLE
SEIZURE OF HUGE INCOMES
Persons with incomes larger than
$100,000 annually should not have that
excess taken from them, even to meet
the demands of the war. This was
the decision arrived at by the Adelphi
louse of representatives after a de-
Late on the subject at its meeting last
The question of closing down the
University within two weeks, and
keeping it closed for the rest of the
struggle with Germany, will be dis-
cussed at next week's meeting. This
is the last meeting of the year at
which a regular program is to be
given. - The following Tuesday elec-
tion of officers for next semester will
Cornell's Battalion Takes Hike
Ithaca, N. Y., May 1.-Cornell's vol-
unteer battalion started on its second
o-,ernight hike today. All men mak-
DAFT DIFRE .CES
tO STRAIGHTEN OUT HOUSE AND
By Robert J. Bender
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, May 1-The senate this
afternoon for the second time passed
the administration', selective conscrip-
tion bill. It will now go immediately
to conference for straightening out the
cifferences between house and senate
By a vote of 54 to 17 the senate
voted down McCumber's motion to
strike out of the bill the clause ex-
empting "certain well recognized re-
lgious sects" opposed to taking up
SEAEPAYS TRIBUTE 0EM TR
T PRED' IS VICTORY FOR
DEMOCRA&Y WITH All)
OF U. S.
Washington, May 1.-The senate to-
(a paid spectacular tribute to Vice-
- iit' Viviani, Marshal Joffre, and
Adiral Chocheprat. Time and again
the historic chamber fairly shook with
cheers and hand clapping. Shouts of
"joffre! Joffre!" brought the hero of
the Marne to his feet in response.
Vivani predicted a "magnificent vic-
tory for Democracy with the help of
the glorious country in which you
live" in a brief speech. -Viviani, speak-
in- in French which few understood,
but whose oratory was so impressive
that frequently he was interrupted by
applause, paid a great tribute tothe
country which has joined the other
democracies of the world.
From the time Viviani, on the arm
of Senator Hitchcock, entered the
ch.Imber followed by Marshall Joffre
accomupanied by Senator Lodge, the
epilaue was continuous. One of the
firs to beglin cheering and last to
stop was Senator LaFollette, chief op-
ponent of tb entrance by the United
SStates into the greet war.
TODAY and THURS.
3, 7, and 8:30
The Biggest Sensa-
tion of the Doty
Nights, 10 & lGe
The Film of 1,001 Thrills
- A Tale of the Circus
There are a few big differences in
the senate and house bills. One is the r CiUN OF ESENRCI WORK
age of those subject to draft, the house CO' FC'TI D O CIT
stipulating 21 to 40 years and the sen-
ate 21 to 27. Another is the Roosevelt
division plan, approved overwhelm- The Bureau of 'Reterenceand Re-
ingly by the senate, but turned down the Law building, is engaged at this
f - lAyhy t1 hnIU0 A. di Y ifferenceP _
The regular Wednesday night drill itng the trip were fully equipped.ThE
will be held at 7 o'clock tonight in battalion will return to Ithaca at 3:30
Waterman gymnasium. Major Castle Sunday afternoon.
is expected to attend.
Soph lits meet at 4 o'clock today at i There is opportunity in The Michi-
Waterman gymnasium for drill. gan Daily Ads. Read them.
PROMPT SERVICE, FULL SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
natty nynheotouse.in mateerialconcern
of opinion exists on whether the con- n n the problems of the city. The ma-
ferees will permit the Rooseveltilhe prbl te cityn reumt-
amendment to remain in the final cities in order that they night profit
draft. cteias i rcult pon requst pofto
draft.___by the experiences of other cities. Al-
t un h advice regarding municipal
IPEAN A. it. LLOYD TO ATTEND affairs is sent out to various cities by
INSTALLATION OF PRESIDENT the bureau.
Muany universities have government
President Harry B. Hutchins has bureaus, but Michigan is the first to
delegated, Dean Alfred H. Lloyd of establish courses for those who aim to
the Graduate school to represent the tal e an active part in the guidance
University at the inaugural exercises of municipal affairs. The efficiency of
attending the installation of W. A. the bureau will be greatly increased
Jessup as president of the University when it can move into its quarters in
of Iowa, to be held Friday and Satur- the new Library.
day, May 11 and 12. .
The president has also designated Dartinouith to llaxe Signal Reserve'
A. F. Lange, '85, dean of the school of Hanover, N. H., M\ay 1.- Signal
education of the University of Cali- training is to be undertaken at Dart-
fornia, to represent the University of mouth. Arrangements are being made
Michigan at the inauguration of for the training so that Dartmouth
Aurelia H. Reinhardt as president of may be able to establish a, signal re-'
Mills college, California, May 15. serve corps.
ENGINEERS AND LAWS
DRILL ON FERRY FIELD.
ENGINEERS HEADED BY OWN
BAND MARCH IN IMPRES-
More than 1,400 men drilled on
Ferry field yesterday afternoon not-
withstanding the stiff wind that made
drilling very uncomfortable. In ad-
dition to the engineering regiment
about - 250 men from the law depart-
ment were on the field.
The march of the engineers from
South University avenue, where they
formed, to Ferry field headed -by the
recently organized engineer's hand,
was probably the most impressive
military spectacle seen on the campus
since military drill was inaugurated.
The column was more than a block in
length. The band played several
martial selections at the field before
Grinnell Asks for U. S. Army Officer
Grinnell, Ia., May 1.-Grinnell ex-
pects to have an officers' training
camp next fall. Plans are already be-
ing made for its introduction and the
government is to be requested to furn-
ish an army officer to take charge of
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad-
It is on this basis that we do business.
CARL F. BAY