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"These are harsh words, Sir Henri," said, last week, the U. S. petroleum industry.
Not publicly, however, was this sentiment expressed, for both last week and this week oil men were gathered in convention at Chicago's Stevens Hotel, where they discussed production, restricted production, overproduction and other topics conventional to oil conventions. They also discussed prospects of appointing some outstanding personage as Oil Tsar. One such personage, for example, would be Calvin Coolidge, onetime (1923-29) U. S. President, now occupationless.