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T1E MCITIGAN DAI.Y
THURSDAY. Nf VEAMER I4,
To Meet Frosh
Principals Will Interview
Former Pupils Today
At Rackham Buildii1g
175 Will, Attend
Ninety-seven high schools from
four states and seven junior colleges
from the state of Michigan will send
175 representatives to the 14th an-
nual Principal-Freshman Confer-
ence to be held today at the Rackham
Building and the League.
The conference, which will consist
of interviews between University
freshmen and their former high
school principals, will be held during
the course of the entire morning.
Following this, a luncheon will be
given at the League for the second-
ary school representatives and mem-
bers of the University faculty who
have come into contact with any
freshmen this semester.
Approximately 675 freshmen have
been contacted by the Registrar's
Office through the mail and appoint-
ments have been made for 'each at
the conference. All students will be
excused from any class that may
conflict with the time set for their
Concluding the day's activities will
be a special program at the League.
The program will be in the form of
a panel discussion entitled "Pre-Col-
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Ed Olsen,, Ann Arbpr, with 51 votes;
and treasurer, Robert Ellis, Detroit,
with 48 votes.
George H. Gaunt, Vassar, was chos-
en senior president of the Architec-
ture School with 26 votes in the only
race that the school produced. Art
Treut became vice-president, Ann
Vedder, An Arbor, secretary, and
Lenn Smith, Mt. Morris, treasurer,
when they received no opposition.
William E. Rhoades, Ann Arbor,
will guide the destinies of the Music
school senior class, assisted by vice-
president Jean Bondurant, Great
Bend, Kan., treasurer Catherine Mc-
Dermott, Benson, Minn., and secre-
tay Harold Mueller, Austin, Texas.
The election drew upwards of 600
votes, Robert Samuels, '42, director
of tho election reported. No election
was necessary in the Forestry and
Conservatin school as none of the
cand da es received any opposition.
O ficers cf this school include:
president, William Ferrell, Akron,
Ohio; vice-prezidert, John F. Rea-
gan, Connellsville, Pa., secretary,
Donald Morgan, Detroit; and treasur-
er, Shuman B. Worrell, Germantown,
Warplane Deal To Strengthen 1
Defense Line, Slosson Declares
By EDMUND J. GROSSBERG bulwark of defense and the United
"President Roosevelt's recent move States to the blockhouse, or second-
will serve to keep a potential enemy ary entrenchment.
at a distance and allow us time to He observed that it is a habit of
build up our defenses." the President's to make drastic moves
Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the his- immediately after an indication of
-ory department placed this interpre- strong popular support, and that the
ation on the President's recent de- election is generally believed to be a
uision to make one-half of the war- public indorsement of Roosevelt's for-
°lanes produced in the United States eign policy.
available to Great Britain. "We are now very definitely a non-
Professor Slosson divided opinion belligerent ally of Great Britain. We
'n the United States into two groups are no longer a neutral except in a
is represented by the William Allen technical sense, and are committed
White "Committee to Defend Ameri- to following an active policy of sup-
ca by Aiding the Allies" and the group port to the British," he declared.
(hat is sponsoring the "America First" "We may soon be called upon to
movement. He pointed out that the extend credits to the British. Even
foreign policy is being directed along if we have to do so it will be a lot more
the former line.. profitable to keep the enemy at arms
"The situation may be likened to length than to have our own shores
the condition of a besieged garrison endangered and a gigantic task of
during pioneer days. The stockade armament thrust upon us," Professor
was the outer ring of defense while Slosson continued.
the blockhouse served as the second- "It has been my feeling from the
ary defense. It could not be con- beginning that _our greatest danger
-idered absurd to use any extra wood of involvement in actual war lies in
Vo strengthen the stockade and to the Far East, and it is quite possible
use an equal share on the blockhouse." that the next move that will be made
Professor Slosson used this analogy is to acquire further naval bases in
o liken Britain to a stockade, or outer the Pacific," he concluded.
U N C L E S A M W H E E L S 0 U T A B I 0 O N E-During a test of west coast defense preparations, the army's big 14-inch
guns, like this one, were put through their paces near Naples, Cal. See how its size dwarfs the men on car and near track,
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R I S K Y-The hazards of his
occupation-he's one of nation's
best test pilots-hasn't blunted
the feeling of H. Lloyd Child
(above) has for planes He's
alongside a Curtiss Hawk 81-A
pursuit ship being built at Buf-
falo for England.
S C E N E A L O N C S E I N E--Stalled along the famous
Paris book stalls along the Seine river are these German soldiers,
who apparently are seeking bargains. Two towers of Notre Dame
cathedral appear in the right background.
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C 0 R R E C T-What the young
girl should wear, competing at
a horse show-Kathleen Jen-
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She rode in the national horse
show in New York.
SOMETHING ABOUT A (NAZI) SOLDIER-"A German soldier hands back a
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