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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, APRIL Z7, 1938

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Germany Not Likely To Seize"
Czechuslovakia, Slosson 'Says
Despite Militant Speech By
Nazi Leader, Euroean

Unrest Will

Prevent It

By JACK DAVIS
Nazi sword-rattling in Czechoslo-
vakia, culminated by Konrad Hen-
lein's militant speech Sunday in
which he demanded sweeping conces-
sions for Sudeten Germans, is not
likely to be backed up by the Reich's
troops in the near future Prof. Pres-
ton W. Slosson of the history depart-
ment declared' yesterday.
Henlein, leader of the Nazi party
in Czechoslovakia, warned of ,"war
from within or without" yesterday
as he insisted upon autonomy and
complete equality with the Czechs
for the 3,500,000 Germans.,
Despite the tension created by
Henlein's speech, the general Euro-
pean uneasiness makes it unlikely
that Germany will attempt a military
coup at this time, Professor Slosson
pointed out. Hitler unquestionably is
not at the moment desirous of pro-
voking an aroused France and Rus-
sia any further and continued ag-
gression, treading so closely on the
Austrian annexation, is too danger-
ous, too fraught with the possibilities
of a European war, Professor Slosson
said.
More likely Henlein's speech is
part of Hitler's studied plan to keep
pressure upon the Czechoslovakian
government and force concessions for
the Nazis from within. Such a pol-
icy coupled with economic penetra-
tion will make the job of prying off
the German portion easier when the
European diplomatic stage is ready,
Professor Slosson said.
Equally significant in a considera-
tion of Czechoslovakia's destiny, he
declared, is a Budapest -dispatch
which reports that 20,000 Hungarians
demanded dismemberment of Czech-
oslovakia at a mass meeting Sunday.
Rumors are current that Germany
is seeking to clamp down upon the
Prague government from another
angle by inciting 1oland and Hun-
gary to unite with the Reich in par-
titioning Czecholslovakia, he said.
It is claimed that under such a
scheme Germany would take Bo-
hemia and MozhWia, the western
fringe of which contains the moun-
tain passes defending Czechoslovakia.
These two provinces have been the
back-bone of post-war Czech pros-
perity and include rich agricultural
and industrial districts as well as
the important Skoda munitions
works. To Poland would go the small
but important industrial district of
Teschen, while Hungary would get
the plains of Slovakia.
But a general European conflict
would almost inevitably result from,
any such attempt to divide' Czecho-
slovakia, with France and Russia
probably on the side of Czechoslo-
vakia, and Hungary on the side of
Germany, Professor Slosson stated.

DAILY OFFIAL
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1938
VOL. XLVIIL No. 146
Ilonors Convocation: The 15th An-
nual Honors Convocation of the
University of Michigan will be held
Friday, April 29, at 11 o'clock, in
Hill Auditorium.
Classes, with the exception of clin-
ics, will be dismissed at 10:45. Those
students in clinical classes who are
receiving honors at the Convocation
will be excused in order to attend.
The faculty, seniors, and graduate
students are requested to wear aca-
demic costume but there will be no
procession. Members of the faculty
are asked to enter by the rear door
of Hill Auditorium and proceed di-
rectly to the stage, where arrange-
ments have been made for seating
them. The public is invited.
Alexander G. Ruthven.
Seniors, School of Education, Sen-
iors who are graduating in June or
August or those who have graduated
in February should be ordering and
purchasing their commencement in-
vitations at this time.
Samples will be on display April
21 through April 29. Orders will be
taken on'these days for the announce-
ments.
Time, 2-4 p.m. Place, outer office
of School of Education. Deadline,
April 29.

German Schoolship Sails

Orders may be- placed at a desk
near the Mechanical Engineering of-
fice in the West Engineering Build-
ing between the hours of 9 and 12
a.m. and, 1 and 3 p.m. throughout
the week.
The announcement booklets in-
clude the names of February and
August graduates as well as those of
June.
Attention Senior Engineers: All
Senior Engineers who wish to rent
caps and gowns from the Cap and
Gown Committee must register this
week. Lists and instructions will be
posted on the two bulletin boards on
the second *floor of the West En-
gineering Building, and in Room 2028
in the East Engineering Building.
Registration should include your
name, department, cap size, gown
size (small, medium, or large), and
the occasion for which the cap and
gown are required. Caps and gowns
will be issued from the League on
Thursday for the Honors Convoca-
tion. Since there are a limited.num-
ber of caps and gowns; early regis-
tration is urged. Issuances will be
made in the order of registration. All
registration must be completed on
Wednesday, April 27. A deposit of
$4 will be required, $2.50 of which
will be refunded when cap and gown
are returned after graduation. Is-
suances cannot be made unless class
dues are fully paid up.

ics: The blue book in this course
scheduled for Thursday, April 28,
will be postponed to Thursday, May
5.
Concerts
. harp Recital. Mary Jane Clark, in-
structor in harp, assisted by three
of her students, Betty Walker of
Grand Rapids, Marian 'Karch of
Monroe and Dr. Grace Song-Line of
Howell, will give an interesting pro-
gram of harp numbers in the Audi-
torium of the School of Music build-
ing on Maynard Street, at 8:15. p.m.
Wednesday evening, April 27.
Organ Recital: Miss Clare Coci of
New Orleans, student of Palmer
Christian, will appear as guest or-
ganist in recital on the Frieze Mem-
orial Organ in Hill Auditorium.
Thursday evening, April 28, at 8:30
o'clock. The general public is in-
vited to listen to an interesting and
varied program.
Exhibition
An Exhibition of paintings by Er
nest Harrison B:'rnes and' of paint
(Continued , Page 4)
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KONRAD HENLEIN

Other Central European nations such
as Poland, Yugoslavia and Rumania,.
he said, might probably be counted
on as remaining neutral, although
in a long war probably would in the
end go over to one side or the other.
'M' Club Holds
Banquet TodlayL
200 Expected To Celebrate
25th Anniversary
A banquet marking the 25th anni-
versary of the "M" Club to be held
at 6:30 p.m. today in the Union will
be attended by 200 "M" Club under-
graduates and alumni.
The organization, composed of
men who have won "M's" for partici-
pation in University athletics, has as
its president, George C. Patterson, '14,
who will be -toastmaster. He will in-
troduce Coaches Fielding H. Yost
and Fritz Crisler who will make short
speeches.
All undergraduate members of the
"M" Club will be required to wear
their "M" sweaters or, if they are
frosh football numeral winners they
must wear their numeral sweaters,
according to Homer L. Heath of Ann
Arbor, in charge of arrangements.
STUDY GERMAN CAMPS
WASHINGTON, April 26.-(/PF--
President Roosevelt disclosed today
that Ambassador Hugh Wilson in
Berlin is studyijng, at his request,
the German government's outdoor
camps for girls and boys.

Bound out of Kiel for a training
cruise in the West Indies, Horst
Wessel, German navy schoolship,
(named for a Nazi hero) showed
a full spread of canvas. "Horst.
Wessel" is also the name of the fa-
mous Nazi marching song.
this week in conjunction with the
ordering of announcements in the
outer office of the School of Educa-
tion. Dues are but $1 and it is
necessary that they be paid at this
time. Throughout the week, the dues'
may be paid each afternoon between
the hours of 2-4.

Academic Notices
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Warning!
APPLEPOLISHERS!
Professors are being les and less
influencecj by applepolishing every
(lay. To really get good marks . .4. .
eat a delicious meal, dance to a few
recordings, and then tackle your
studies with fresh enthusiasm.

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