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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1934

Will Sarajevo 1914 Be Repeated?
'No,' Says Prof. Preston Slosson

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g1c " e n"tvay Iears Ago
To ILO.T.C. From The Daily Files of
SOctober 11, 1914

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(continued From Page 1) not find alliance or support in any
the greatest modern workers for last- quarter - Italy, the Balkan States,
ing peace. "France, through Bar- or elsewhere." Three new officers have been assign-
thou, has been 'looking after the What will be the effect of the kill- ed to duty with the R.O.T.C. unit
fences,'" Professor Slosson pointed ing? The possible effects of the slay- of the University.
ing of King Alexander may be three. These new members of the staff
out. "That is, he has been trying to Professor Slosson believes, of thes m a msience deartment
extend the influence of French diplo- "First, as has been mentioned, are replacing the officers transferred
macy through the countries of east- there is a possibility of a Croatian to other places last year. They will
ern Europe, and to keep Poland and insurrection with Juogslavia. This be assigned to this post for a period:
Sthe Little Entente - Czechoslovakia,;may be but the signal fornan out- of from three to six years.
Roumania, and Jugoslavia, from en- acilwar."iCaptain R. E. Hardy, of the Ord-
tering into any sort of alliance with a civil war. nance department is replacing Capt.
Germany. It was evidently his plan that ndhe ree aite oserve A. B. Custis. Capt. Hardy received a
to completely surround Germany with that the regents appointed to serve!C. E. ,degree from Rensselaer Poly-
a ring of states devoted to French with young King Peter II may not technic Institute and his M.B.A. from
diplomacy in order that Hitler might be dposedrsokindly toward France Harvard. He has been graduated
and pro-French diplomacy as wasfo h rnneSho fApi
--____--__--_- King Alexander. If this should be to nthed Ordnnce School ofhA pli-
Ridin, the case, it will greatly weaken theI Technology.
R.O .T.C. Ridin sphere of French influence in the Tcnlg.
Near East." Capt. Walter B. Fariss of the In-
? fantry is replacing Capt. Robert A.
S e S s o n 1 "Third, we see fo history th lord who served here for e unusal-
regencies of more than one person ly long period of six years. Capt.,
have never proved successful. It us- Fariss attended the University of
Beginuesday ually has happened that power
______evenualy cmes o te hads o te.Kansas, and has been graduated from
eventually comestorthe.handstotheseveral sections of the Infantry
Twenty-one applications have been srneto h gop htteSchool.
eventual effect of this combination st Lieut. Merton G. Waflington.
R.O.T.C. equitation group, the Intra- will be, I cannot predict. of the Signal Corps, is replacing Capt.
mural department announced today. King Alexander was the crown C.E. Powell. Lieut. Wallington
The lessons will be uinder the direc- prince regent for his fat her Peter at graduated from West Point, the
tion of the department, and not di- the outbreak of the World War. He United Statcs Military Academy, in
rectly connected with the R.O.T.C. was a member of the Karageorgevich 11924.
except through the fact that all taking dynasty that ascended to the throne
the course are members of the ad- of Serbia in 1903 after the bloody'
vanced corps of the unit. Palace Revolution in which all mem-
L. E. Coulter who will be in charge hers of the rival house of ObrenovichRE
stated yesterday that the first meet- were murdered.
ing of the group will be held next TYPEWRITERS
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. He requested Architectural (l.b Will : s St $Ueee

Prentiss Douglas' freshmen eleven
defeated Michigan State Normal col-
lege team by a score of 7-0 yesterday,
in the first game of the freshman
season.
Drooping and soggy with rain, the
flag of 1918 did not stay long on top
of the pole during yesterday's flag
rush. Despite the rain, the ranks of
both classes were well filled. The
sophs won the games by the score
of 4-0.
* * *
Because of thenecessity of making
several repairs and installations, the
University wireless station will not be
opened until the end of this month.
In compliance with Pres. Harry B.
Hutchin's wishes that Pres. Wilson's
neutrality proclamation be adhered
to, no mention of the European war
was made at the last meeting of the
Cosmopolitan club.
Michigan has 96 alumni serving as
missionaries in 25 foreign countries.
Come and Look Fellows!
I have a complete line
of those popular
ZIPPER SLACKS
and
ZIPPER JACKETS
Ai SPECIAL PRICES
Chas. Doukas--Custom Tailo
1319 S. University

that those signed up report to him
at that time under the Engineering

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Arch.
Because of the enthusiastic recep-
tion with which this innovation was
greeted, Mr. Coulter said, it may be
necessary to form another group. If
this is done, formal notification of the
fact will be made.
No action on the projected fencing
instruction for the advance corps can
be taken at present, Lieut-Col. Rogers,
commandant of the corps stated..

Hold Smoker At Union
The Architectural Society of the
Architecture college will hold a smok-
er and discussion group at 7:30 p.m.
today in Room 319 of the Union for
the purpose of getting freshman stu-
dents interested in the society and
acquainted with upperclassmen of the
school. All architectural and decora-
tive design students are invited to at-
tend. Refreshments will be served.

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