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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY,

,,111' r Miv i 1 CAN 1rL s A i.V UDY

Investigation Follois Worst French Train Crash

Slosson, White Take Sides In
War Preparedness Discussion
The "first line of defense" in a na- Professor Slosson declared, Germany
tion's attitude toward others lies is "inconsistent in shaking the sabre
neither in its army nor its navy, but by the semi-military system and at
in the diplomatic service, Prof. Pres- the same time crying 'We are harm-
ton W. Slosson of the history depart- less - let us arm!'
ment told an audience of more than "The United States can continue
200 yesterday at a meeting of the with the same army and a navy
international relations group of the slightly larger than that of Japan
American Association of University as long as we remain diplomatically
Women in the League. isolated, but we can reduce our arm-
Preparedness against all other aments if other nations will reduce
nations has been an impossibility theirs," the speaker asserted. "Diplo-
since the days of the Roman em- macy consists of having as many
pire," the historian declared. "The friends as enemies."
classic example of complete pre- Librarian At Versailles
paredness against all possible con- Professor Slosson, widely known as
tingencies is that of Lewis Carroll's an advocate of the League of Na-
White Knight, who was armed with tions system, was assistant librarian
devices for every possible emergency, to the American commission at the
but a nation cannot do this. Great Versailles Peace Conference in 1918-
leagues of diplomatic confederacies 19, was with the Department of State
wil not only achieve success in re- during one year of the War, and is
gard to pacifism but will succeed in an author of numerous international-
reducing armaments below the pres- ly-known historical works.
ent minimum." The side of those who believe in
Adjust Preparedness to Nation preparedness at all times was taken
Preparedness must be adjusted to by Prof. A. H. White of the College
the circumstances of a particular na- of Engineering. Expressing an atti-
tion at a particular time, Professor tude not militaristic, Professor White
Slosson told the group, assembled to commented that the geographical po-
hear a symposium on "Why Arm?" sition of the United States renderedl
There can be no general rule on pre- the American situation a different
paredness made applicable to all na- one. However, he said it takes'
tions, he believe. months or years to make a good of-
Turning to specific examples, Pro- ficer and as long to construct cer-
fessor Slosson cited the position of tain armaments, and he expressed
Germany and Great Britain before himself in favor of continuance of
the World War. Germany increased present methods.
the size of her navy, he said, until ..,,,, ,
Great Britain was the only major
competitor on the seas. The inevit- Continuing
able result was Great Britain's belief
against her, and the result was that SL A T E
the British sought elsewhere for dip-
lomatic relations which led to the
forming of the Triple Entente and
the eventual downfall of the Imperial Many Nez
German hopes.
Even now, under the Nazi regime,

30-HourWeek
Drive Planned
For Congress
Senator Wagner Working
For Change In Section
Seven-A Of NRA
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6-(/P)-Or-
ganized labor, with an assurance of
some sympathy in both the senate
and house, today drew plans for a
legislative drive to bring a 30-hour
work week into all industries.
Senator Wagner, chairman of:the
national labor board, disclosed today
he is working on legislation to revise
the labor section of the national re-
covery act, and to vest additional
powers in the labor board.
Shorter working hours were advo-
cated by Wagner also, but he ex-
pressed belief the reductions should
be made by code authorities and ad-
ministrators, rather than by con-
gress.
"I favor a reduction of hours," he
said, "but I don't want to see an in-
flexible rule. As a general proposi-
tion, I feel that prevailing hours are
too high."
Leaders of the Federation of La-
bor, and Chairman Connery of the
house labor committee, however,
were outspoken in advocating a 30-
hour week for all the nation's in-
dustries.
Connery also was critical of the
enforcement of the NRA.
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-Associated Press Photo
The wreckage of the Strasbourg limited after it had crashed into the fogbound Nancy express, 15
miles from Paris, which killed more than 200, and which has resulted in a close investigation by French
officials.

University Campus Has Firm
Believer In Sea Monster Tale

i

_41/_IBy WILLIAM G. FERRIS
A deck of cards surpassing in agil- Even if University experts don't
y even the remarkable deck that believe the reports now emanating
itertained Alice when she ventured from Scottish highlands concerning
hrouh te lokig-glssa qee anf unidentified monster frolicking
irough the looking-glass, a queen of about in the waters of Loch Ness,
earts even more mystifying, a knave there are a number of people on
f hearts more knavish, supported by campus who believe in him quite
n ensemble in four suits from the firmly, and one such person, on the
ng down is the company presented University payroll, has left the Daily
y Jerry Kahler, sleight-of-hand ar- a large collection of clippings from
st and card-stacker extraordinary, London's sedate Times describing the
ho has been making the rounds of activities of the beast and those who
aternity houses during the last few have, or thought they have, seen
ays. him.
Students, puzzled at his card trick- From the appearance of the clip-
ry, have reported "curiouser and pings it would seem that northern
uriouser" as their verdict of Kah- Scotland is in a mild state of hys-
r's deck, which seems to be any teria, and not only is it seeing sea
eck that he takes into his hands. monsters but is recalling that its hills
Ruffling cards that sometimes cling are populated by njugls, sitheins,
tore tightly than poor relations have faries, urisks, kelpies, and biasd
een confounding the weary untu- nasrogaigs. The Scotch seem to be
)red brothers since the departure pretty proud about it all.
f the wizard, who also gives a The monster has been seen more
:urse of instructions to a select than once by a G. M'Queen, an A.A.
roup, and while the house bridge scout, whose duty is to patrol the
ames have in many houses been roads on Loch Ness-side and district,
'ansformed from thinking into shuf- according to The London Times.
ing matches, "the boys" for the Nothing is said about Mr. M'Queen's
aost part report that the tricks are, drinking habits.
ke the unproverbial muddy road, It was seen again by Helen Mac-
assable even if hardly probable. Lennan, who is described by the

Times as "a bright girl of 14," and
it then attracted the attention of
Commander R. T. Gould, wlso has
made a study of the sea monster
myth. He believes the monster could
exist in Loch Ness quite nicely. It
was seen, too, from a tug by Mr.
Robert McConnell. The Scotsman,
which wants the world to take this
monster story with thetproper
amount of respect, says of this: "The
fact that the creature was sighted
from a boat should go far to remove
what scepticism remains."
Business enterprise has not been
neglecting the beast. W. Alexander &
Sons, Ltd., has applied to the Traf-
fic Commissioners of Southern Scot-
land for a license to run a bus to
the loch for the purpose of trans-
porting all people, if any, who want
to take a look at the monster, if it is.
Legislative authority is not lacking
either. Sir M. Macdonald, M. P. for
Inverness-shire, has proposed an Act
of Parliament for the "protection"
of the monster.
30 HOMES DESTROYED
PONCE, Puerto Rico, Jan. 6. - ({P)
- Fire destroyed 30 small homes to-
day. The Red Cross aided the home-
less.

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