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JULY 27, 1921
GERMAN LENITY FOR
these trials. It would seem impossible cates what we believe to be a somewhat GERMAN ATROCITIES
for even the most bigoted worshiper of wide misconception: TOT long ago it was reported that German autocracy to read the evidence
What America needs is a consisthe French Government was seri. without knowing that the charges of tent, continuous foreign policy. And
the fact that Harding is going ahead ously considering withdrawing German atrocities are true on the small
with the policies of Wilson, notwithits representatives from the trials at as well as on the large scale.
standing election promises, shows Leipsic of German officers and men
that beneath the insincerity of poliOIL OR NO OIL
tics there is developing an American charged with specific atrocities. Several
foreign policy, in spite of politics. such trials have been held; there have o far as we know, no President has
Your bitter denunciations of the Wilbeen a few convictions but no responsi- intervened in Congress personally
son Administration, while approving ble officer of rank has been punished
and officially to check proposed legisla- so much of the programme when diand the sentences dealt out to insignifi. tion, as President Harding has just done, rected by a Republican, has been one cant criminals have been almost trivial.
of the painful surprises to me. I had not once, but twice. Both occasions
said I would stop my subscription, Two cases brought to an end on July have occurred within a week.
though I have been a subscriber for 16 confirm the statement that Germany To the President's suggestion on the years. However, I am inclosing my bonus bill in the Senate we refer else
check for renewal. is trifling. Here is as clear a case of
“With all your
faults," I cannot do without you. murder as ever was put before a court. where. His suggestion concerning House
The error which Mr. Davis makes is A British hospital ship was torpedoed legislation took the form of a letter by a German submarine; the people on remonstrating against the proposed
his saying that the Harding Administraboard took to the small boats; thereupon duty on oil. It would, the President
tion is going on with the policies of the says, benefit certain of our oil producers,
Wilson Administration. the submarine's sailors, under orders
Mr. Davis is from its commander, fired upon the but it would be “thoroughly out of har.
quite justified in preferring the policies
of Mr. Wilson to Mr. Harding's, but he small boats and murdered several per- mony with the larger policy" which he sons.
is not justified in confusing the two. The presiding judge could do has in mind, namely, the policy of ennothing else but declare that the tor- couraging “the participation of Ameri
The League of Nations as espoused by pedoing of the hospital ship was in itself can citizens in the development of oil
Mr. Wilson provided for an international a violation of the law of nations, that resources in many foreign lands." It
legislature of two chambers and for the the firing upon the small boats was a took some degree of political courage to
enforcement of the decisions or regulamurderous act, and that, to quote his
tions or laws of that legislature by aloppose the high protective element in words, "this terrible case casts a shadow American industry, which thinks exclu
lied military power. It meant not the over the German navy and the whole sively of its own interests and not of a
discontinuance but the development of "larger policy."
military force. submarine war."
On the contrary, Mr. But what was
Harding proposes the curtailment of the result? Com- That policy also includes protection to mander Patzit, who gave the murder the American Navy and the American
military power; he has in his public order, was allowed to flee the country merchant marine. A great percentage
speeches advocated international and has not been brought to trial. Two of the Shipping Board's ocean-going ton
court, and by the round table conference
which he has now invited to meet in lieutenants were convicted, but the nage and of that privately owned is Court laid stress on the fact that they equipped for oil-burning.
Washington takes the first practical
step toward the establishment of an were acting under orders and the con- The duty on oil would also be a seri.
international court which shall render tradictory theory that they acted "on ous blow to many industries which are the impulse of the moment." The two
its decisions based on codified internato-day oil consumers. It would be seen men were sentenced to four years' im- as well in the increased cost of asphalt;
tional law, decisions which will rest prisonment-an absolutely inadequate thus both road-building and roofing upon the power of public opinion rather punishment for such a crime; the crime would be handicapped.
than upon military power. It is true was declared to be manslaughter and
The President's condemnation of the
that the Harding proposals and the Wil
son proposals both are concerned with not murdera false statement on the proposed tariff on oil calls public attenface of the evidence; and they were retion to the lumber and other schedules
international action, but this is the only lieved from the proper and legal require- in which the imposition of duties might
respect in which they are at all similar. ment of doing hard labor during im- possibly be followed by needless burdens
We share with Mr. Davis his desire for prisonment. to the people, quite incommensurate
a continuance of a just and co-operative In every way these trials show that with the benefit to certain "interests."
foreign policy on the part of the United Germany is not serious in dealing with The publication of the President's let- States, but if he wants an international
criminals found guilty under German ter was followed by a vote in the House legislature in the senate of which only | laws and by a German court. Some- of Representatives. Oil was restored to five nations are represented, and in the times the excuse is that the superior the free list.
assembly of which the smaller nations officers were responsible in such cases
while represented have practically no the superior officers are not to be found;
power, the whole scheme resting on TWO KINDS OF INTERNA. sometimes the excuse is that the act was
armies and navies, we part company. TIONAL CO-OPERATION under a general order of the Govern- N last week's Outlook we printed ment--and apparently we cannot try a
in the column entitled "Publisher's A SCHOOL OF government; sometimes men of no im- Notes” an extract from a very interest
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS portance are convicted and receive light ing letter from Mr. A. L. Davis, of North SUMMER school taught by Lord sentences. Loup, Nebraska. We think it worth
Bryce, Count Teleki, Baron Korff, One thing of value may come out of while repeating it here because it indi- Tommaso Tittoni, Minister Panaretoff,
and Professor Achille Viallate ought to as Physical Director. The Y recog. hemians in good trim, so as at any time be fairly interesting.
nized that the Filipinos knew little or to be able to fight their Austrian rulers) Such a distinguished list of names is nothing of sport as understood by us, have introduced the Y programme, announced in connection with the lec- though the extraordinary native agility which has already favorably affected ture courses of the Institute of Politics, of the Filipinos was noted—the Igor- more than half a million Czechs. which opens on July 29 at Williams Col- rotes especially are wonders in the From Italy there came an invitation lege and lasts until August 27.
quickness with which they can scale to send a Y trainer. And as a result Lord Bryce is to deliver eight lectures the tallest tree. But most Filipinos at the Olympian Games Italy was repreon the international relations of Old were disinclined to occupy their idle sented by the best team in her history. World states in their historical, politi- time in vigorous exercise. Mr. Brown The effect on France is well known. cal, commercial, legal, and ethical as- was instrumental in changing Filipino The daily demonstration of thousands pects, including a discussion of the habits so that in the seventh year after of American soldiers at athletic play causes of wars and the means of avert. his arrival one dealer alone in Manila resulted in an immense increase in ing them.
sold some eleven thousand volley-balls, the interest taken by the French in Count Teleki and Baron Korff are to practically all of them to natives.
athletics and sport. deliver six lectures each, respectively, Again, before Mr. Brown's arrival, the Among peoples of the Near and Far on the place of Hungary in European mutual distrust among Filipinos, Chi- East the success of the Association's history and Russian foreign relations nese, and Japanese was so great that it programme is worthy of special note. during the last half-century.
seemed impossible for them ever to A Chinese said the other day: "The Signor Tittoni and Professor Viallate come together on any common ground. Y. M. C. A. is instilling into physically are to deliver five lectures each, respec- But Mr. Brown quickly organized the backward races some of the qualities tively, on modern Italy and on the Far Eastern Games. Now for eight hitherto lacking in the Asiatic peoples." economic factor in international rela- years the three peoples have been com- In India boys, in order to participate tions.
peting in track and field events, in base- in the games operated by the Y, had to Thus comes into being the capital ball, volley-ball, basket-ball, swimming, forget the caste idea. Brahmins and plan proposed eight years ago by Presi- tennis, and other sports.
Parsis were thus brought together. No dent Garfield, of Williams, for the study Americans may well be proud of wonder that the British Government is of politics, and, in particular, for the American initiative and influence in the backing the American programme! promotion of a better understanding in Far East, not only in social, political, international relations. This was to get and moral, but also in physical endeavor together every summer at Williams for as a foundation for the other three.
ARKANSAS ASSERTS THAT a month a chosen company of scholars
SHE IS NOT BANKRUPT and students; to offer to them courses of
IGHWAY construction in Arkansas lectures by men of international distinc
has been attacked as the chief THE PROMOTION OF PLAY tion; to organize round-table discussions; AROUND THE WORLD
reason for the alleged bankruptcy in and to provide facilities for intensive in
that State. Taxpayers' suits have been
HEN the war broke out, Elwood struction and research. A great bene
Brown went to France as one of
begun on charges of extravagance and factor of Williams provided money
fraud. the Y athletic directors, and finally
Of course States and counties enough to cover the expenses of the
should issue bonds and Federal assistbecame director of its Department of project for three years, including the re
ance should be furnished for only those Athletics in the American Expeditionmuneration of the lecturers and the proary Forces. The way in which the Yand
portions of highway construction which vision of furnished houses for them the Army together managed athletics
are necessary and are permanent in while they resided at Williamstown.
character. As far as Federal aid projis a matter of history-the Pershing The war delayed the opening of this Stadium in Paris is an
ects are concerned, the Bureau of Pub
impressive "Institute of Politics." The character of
lic Roads, in Washington, has issued a memorial. But the important thing the session now beginning is evident,
statement in which it is asserted that was that everywhere every man was in. not only from the names of the lecturers,
Federal aid projects are "notably free duced to play at something. but also from the names of those who
from the serious conditions which are
The benefit from all this formed the Board of Advisers—among striking that the Y could not resist its
said to surround other highway conthem being Chief Justice Taft, and such
struction work in the State. ... The own movement after the war, and that authorities on international law and his
conditions complained of are to be movement has gone round the world. tory as are Professors Moore of Colum
found mainly in the road districts cre. Army officers from many countries, inbia, Coolidge of Harvard, Willoughby of
ated by special local laws." Yet the fact terested in the physical development of Johns Hopkins, and Brown of Princeton. their commands, asked the Y to intro
is," says Mr. George B. Rose, of Little duce its physical training programme
Rock, Arkansas, in writing to The
Outlook, thatFILIPINO ATHLETES
into their armies. For instance, the UNDREDS of Japanese and Filipinos Rumanian army gave such an invita- There is not a single road district in and tens of thousands of Chinese tion. It was accepted. The result has
the State in default in its bond issue
and not a single bond is imperiled. witnessed the recent Far Eastern Ath- been that a bill has now passed Parlia
The total amount of road bonds issued letic Games at Shanghai, where this ment by which a young Rumanian may does not exceed $40,000,000, which is year's meeting took place. The result have the choice of two years of military a mere bagatelle in a State whose was a total of 54 points for the Filipinos service in uniform, or only one year in
wealth must exceed $2,000,000,000. as against 34 for the Japanese and 6 for active service if he is subject during the As an additional proof of bankruptcy, the Chinese.
second year to constant examination it was urged that the public schools This is really a triumph for the showing that he is constantly following were being run by private subscription. American who started the Far Eastern the Y programme.
"It is true," writes Mr. Rose, “that subgames. Before the war broke out our In Czechoslovakia the leaders of the stantially every citizen in Little Rock Young Men's Christian Association sent Sokol movement (organized years ago and in many other towns of the State Mr. Elwood Brown to the Philippines for the purpose of keeping young Bo- is paying a voluntary school tax, be