THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Speaks Here Today
Bishop James C. Baker, Method-
ist Bishop of Los Angeles, will ad-
dress a dinner of the Wesleyan
Guild to be given, in honor of the
By Rome Trip,
Lon g Affirms
Franco-British Alliance Set
In 1936, Cemented By
Fuehrer Hitler's Voyage
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give up the Russian alliance easily,
"France has given her word to
Czechoslovakia that she will remain
true to her engagements,' he point-
ed out, "and under the present ar-
rangement, Britain and Russia would
be bound to assist France if war with
Germany broke out over the Czech
question. Britain's policy in this con-
nection appears to be one of putting
pressure on Czechoslovakia to concili-
ate Germany and avoid a war.
At the same time, Professor Long
remarked, many observers believe the
Chamberlain government has given
Hitler carte blanche to go ahead in
Eastern Europe, and Chamberlain
himself has stated publicly that Brit-
ain will not go to war over Czecho-
Slovakia. Hitler is likely to proceed
with comparative caution, although it
is likely Czechoslovakia will have to
"lose. heavily" in Professor Long's
opinion if war is to be avoided.
"Germany's border now extends so
far around Czechoslovakia that it is
possible for Hitler to put pressure
on the basis of chance, he said, would
various other inconveniences,. he said.
If, however, the German Nazis of
Sudeten rise in rebellion and Czecho-
slovakia becomes "another Spain,"
France is bound to come to the as-
sistance of the Czech government, ac-
cording to the terms of the alliance
between the two countries, he said.,
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at 1:30 p.m. in the Union Ballroom
at which A. L. Miller, editor of the
Battle Creek Enquirer and News, will
Round-table discussions will start
at 2:30 p.m. today with Mrs. Florence
Davies, women's editor of the Detroit
News talking on "If You Seek the
Truth;" Miss Doris Trott, Grosse
Pointe high school, ontoetry; W. H.
Barton talking on economies; Miss
Mary E. Hetherinton, Saginaw, school
news reel demonstration.
The annual dinner will be held at
6:15 p.m. today. C. J. Tinker of the
State d'epartment of conservation will
talk. A dance at the Union Ballroom
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