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October 25, 1931 - Image 2

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e majority of Austrian peoplet
ni favor of uniting with Ger-
, declared Professor Preston
losson of the History depart-
last night, over radio station'
in his third talk on "Prob-
of Post-War Euro ie.
ver in history as it been
anently paiibc to keep apart
states that over long periods
ne have soulght to be joined
her," Professbr Slosson stated.
ss what is rather unlikely but
quite impossible, Austria de-
s a separate national feeling
ceases to desire to enter any
an federation, the Anschluss
ly a question of time.
may come about in two dif-
t ways," Professor Slosson
"one highly dangerous to Eu-.
Ln peace and the other its
b guarantee. Germany and
ia may seize some moment
France, Poland and Czechos-
ia, the countries most oppos-
re in diplomatic difficulties
nable to help themselves, and
re a union in the face of torn
reaties, chancing the risk of
Or, more hopefully, Germany
be able to give such guaran-
and assurances of good behav-f
hat her neighbors will give
4tul, even if reluctant, consent
t union with Austria.
astria since the war is as pure-
rerman state as Prussia, Sax-
or Bavaria," Professor Slosson
J"The language of the major-
,d Assured of Trip
C Princeton Contest
h the eligibilities of membersI
led by the University, final
rations for the Princeton trip
been completed by the Varsity
According to Rex G. All-
t, '32, manager of the organ-
rn, 104 men will make the trip.
e trip east will include a day
over in New York, where the
will play for the Michigan
ni meeting in that city. The
a1 train is scheduled to leave
Arbor Thursday afternoon and
return from Princeton Satur-

N OF AUSTRIA, Michigan Beats Illini
A MATTER OF TIME in Big Ten Game, 35-0
ity of the people is German, and (Continued From Page z)
they are apparently, tho by a smal- and batted down passes in approved
ler majority, German in national Varsity style.
sentiment and desirous of entering In the second half Hewitt rifled.
the Reich." Michigan's first pass of the day to
The reason for opposition to this Petoskey, bringing the ball to the,
union, said Professor Slosson, are 17-yard line but a foot short of a.
many. First, it would make the first down. After Illinois allowed
population of the German Reich one first down tih y held and Tess--
greater than it was in 1914. Sec- mer attempt ed another hss but ii
ond, it would bring Germany in di- was incomplete and tElinis took the
rect contact with the Italian fron- baill.
tier. Third, It would almost encir- Three plays netted a first down.
c 1 e Czechoslovakia. Fourth, it on the 19-yard linr. Then Jack
would thrust German power far to- Hestont was given perfect interfer-
wards the south and east, and jeo- en1ce and raced over for a touch-
*pardize the security of Poland, down. He wa i jured on the play
Hungary, Yugoslavia, Czechoslo_' and Everharcu i oo his place just
vakia, and Italy. before Newmrn called him.. elf to
k f' ,tyhpuuu i i e i"

Daily Official Bulletin

- I

2 Initiates Welcomed
by Cosmopolitan Club
The annual fall initiation cere-
mony of the Cosmopolitan club was
held last night at the first regular
meeting at Lane Hall.
The initiates are Eula Shraug'er;
Dorothy King, Gwen Miller, Alice
Prell, 'K. Toonian,"Juanita Weller'
Miss Martha A. Newberry, Alice
Merrick, Ruth Merrick, ' A. Cowie,
Andres Lepage, Edna M. Walter,
S. K. Chakravarti, S. A. Wahid, B.
Basu, Mr. and Mrs. George Car-
rothers, Louis Jamora, Miss M. J.
Snyder, Miss Olive G. Fox, Robert
French, Rebecca Pruett, Helen An-
dree, M. Matta, Mrs. Javier, J. R.
Rodger, M. L. Khorana, Muriel L.
Trojans Held to 6-0
Win by Fighting Bears
LEY, Calif., Oct. 24.--(P)-The UnT-
versity of Southern California Tro-
jans were held to a 6-0 victory here
this afternoon by the University of
California Bears. The lone, totich-
down of the game was made in the
second quarter when Sparling, on
an end around play, went 15 yards.
The try for. point failed. California
outplayed the Trojans in the sec-
ond half, but could not score.

Pto'ke' y ""d h kicked it.
Illinoi scnt a poor kickoff to
Morrison on his 49 -yard line. New-l
man aimed a long pass to Petos-
key but be over-shot h:iark and.
the ball fell to thP ground. l'-
nois held as Newman elected to-
kick instead of trying for the re-"
maining foot for first down and
Everhardus placed the ball out of
bounds on Illinois 19-yard line.
Williamson broke through and
blocked Walser's punt the ball
bounding to the end zone wheret
Kowalik fell on it for a touchdown.
Newman again kicked the extra;
point, making the score 28 to 0.
After Daniels intercepted Wal-I
ser's pass and brought the ball tol
the 13-yard line, Illinois forced;
Newman to pass unsuccessfully
over the goal line and took the ballI
on the 20-yard line. Horsley pass-
ed again and Newman raced to
meet it, behind perfect interference
ran 35-yards to the goal line, and
again successfully kicked the goal
High School Results
Flint Northern 12, Pontiac 0.
Grand Rapids South 6, Grand
Rapids Central 0.
Grand Rapids J. C. 44, Port Hu-
ron J. C. 0.
Muskegon 13, Benton Harbor 7.
Cass Tech 18, Northern 13.
Central 17, Redford 7.
Cooley 13, Northwestern 0.

(Continued from Page 8)
Economics 171 (W. A. Paton):
Rooms for the examination to be
given Monday, Oct. 26, 1 p. m., are:.
A-J inclusive-N. S. Aud.
K-R inclusive-1025 A. H.
S-Z inclusive-25 A. H.
Undergraduate Physics Club will
meet Wednesday evening, Oct. 28,
at 7:45, in the West Lecture Room
of the West Physics building. E. C.
Campbell, '34, will talk and present
demonstrations on "Vibrations -
Simple and Compound." All those
interested in physics, and especially
those in the elementary co 'e are
invited to attend.
Junior Mathematical Society will
meet Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 7:39 p. in.,
in Room 3011 Angell hall. "Some In-
teresting Properties and Theories
concerning a Symmetric Projection
of a Fourth-dimensional Object on
a Second-dimensional Surface" will
be the subject of the talk by E'-d
ward C. Varnum, '33. Meetings are
open to all.
Jewish Students The course in
"Medicine among the Jews during
the Ages" will hold its first meeting
at the Hillel Foundation on Thurs-
day evening, Oct. 29, instead of
Tuesday, because of conflict with
the Choral Union concert. Dr.
Raphael Isaacs'will lecture. You are
cordially invited,
Varsity Glee Club: Regular re-
hearsal Monday at 7:15 p. m., at
the Union. All members are urged
to be present.
Scabbard and Blade banquet cele-
brating the National Scabbard and
Blade Day, Michigan League, 6:30
p. in., Tuesday, Oct. 27. Professor
Thomas H. Reed will speak on
"Theodore Roosevelt." Active and

former members of Scabbard and
Blade, here and elsewhere, may
purchase tickets at the R.O.T.C.
office no later than 5 p. m., Mon-
day, Oct. 26. Meeting will be ad-
journed in time for concert.
Phi DeIta Kappa Luncheon: The
first luneheon meet ing will be held
ai the Michigan Union, Tuesday,
Oct. 27, at 12:15 sharp. All faculty
and student members are urged to
be present . A special invitation is
extended to all members of other
chapters, who may be in Ann Arbor
this year, to come and get acquaint-
ed with he men of Omega Chapter.
Comedy Club: Tryouts for the
Comedy Club play will be held at
7:30 in the League, Monday, Oct. 26,
in one of the rooms under the thea-
ter, All who expect a part must be
pre ent at tb ' time.
St udent Pre,s Club: Firt meeting.
o< the Student Press Club will be
l ]d at 8 o'clock Monday evening,
Oct. 26, at the Women's League bldg,
Stadents of Journalism and Pros-~
pective journalism students are in-
vited to attend. Discussions will be
followed by refreshments. The an-
nouncement of the room will be
found in the lobby of the League.

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University Symphony or-
with Prof. David M. Mat-
Zducting, will give its initial
of the year at 4:15 this af-
in Hill auditorium. This
nce will be the first of the
series of Sunday afternoon

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