SAYS RUSSIA IS READY
FOR DEMOCRATIC REGIME
(Continued fron. Page One)
Germany with Russia in commercial
relations in the future.
Discusses Russia's Future
'The questions which people are
now considering most concerning the
Russian situation are: (1) Will the
revolution bring permanent results,
or will there be a return to the old
regime? (2) What effect will the
revolution have on the war?" Profes-
sor Meader continued.
"To those who do not know her,
Russia seems a strange, inconsistent
mixture of strength and weakness, but
she moves steadily forward on the
path of progress.
"The Russian republic must be per-
manent for many reasons. A country
that produced a man of the type of
Tolstoi must be essentially democratic.
If we look back over t e Russian his-
tory of the last 200 ye as we find an
unbroken record of pr gress. Peter
the Great did more than any other czar
to sow the seeds of democracy, al-
though in the midst of autocracy. He
founded the academy of science and 75
years later, Kathleen . founded the
academy of arts. A growing restless-
ness developed and, resulting in a
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peasant rebellion, although this was REDFERN CAPTURES their game until Monday afternoon
put down, a large class of intelligent RHIi il fUTENNIS LAURELS due to the inability of one of the play-
and liberal thinkers arose. ers to appear for the contest.
Russia Rises After Crimean War (Continued from Page One) The following is the proposed sched-
"After the Crimean war the work D 51.D LCRUSHED1tory for Egley and Burtis but in the ule for the semi-finals in the doubles,
of these men resulted in a series of second match the losers showed a re- which will be played Tuesday after-
reforms. The slaves were freed versal of form that seemed like a vic- noon at 4 o'clock on Ferry Field.
and compulsory education became a Perry Asserts a Peace Reached by tory, when Burtis by his excellent Schedule for Finals in Doubles
law. The universities received Compromise Wold be Danger- placement of return favors won the Sawyer and Doolittle vs. Fitzpatrick
isew constitutions and more freedom ons to U. S. n eztiElyadBri etn
and from them came a steady stream___ set and Pezotti ofEaey t and Burtis meeting
and romthemcam a sead stram et.the winners of the Shield-Redfern vs.
of thinkers, although 'there was now This is the fifth of the series of Sawyer and Doolittle grabbed the Buel-Jeffries game.
a period of quiescence lasting for 40 articles by Stuart H. Perry, editor of two sets from Kirkpatrick and Doty The finals in the doubles will be
years. The revolution of 1905 was fol- the Adrian Telegram, which were first *by the score 6-2, 6-2, in easy fashion, played Wednesday afternoon at 4
lowed by a period of repression and printed In the Telegram and in the the losers seeming unable to find vul- o'clock on Ferry Field to decide the
laid the foundation for the successful Detroit Free Press. h oesseig nbet idvI
reltion fldat Mar. The ilessf rnerable spots in the other's defense. championships in the doubles in the
revolution of last March. The village Fsummer session tournament.
commune is another democratic in- V. "PEACE WITHOUT VICTORY" Fitzpatrick, Penzotti Move Up Notch
stitution in Russia, and the different As a matter of fact a European Fitzpatrick and Penzotti gained a
assemblies were instrumental in bring- peace reached through compromise, plaei b the semi-finals due to a for- C H O P se V ET
ing the incompetence of the govern- without settling the issue of the war feit by Fox and Langworthy. Fox OpeneulingSuN mer School
ment to the soldiers, and hence stirred being called home to answer the call
up the revolution, definitely and decisively, would be ex- of the first draft. Phone 94-R 601 M. Libety at.
"The comon people and the army ceedingly dangerous to the United Buell and Jeffries, who were to play 9
threw over the old government and States. It would not be an immediate
accepted new leaders as soon as gov- calamity to us, as a German victory
ernment was abolished. They insisted would be; but it would contain similar
upon no indemnities, on no annexa- elements of danger.
tion, and on the right of every nation
to wrk ut is on fom o govrn- The explanation of this fact lies in
ment.They are not going to be sa the word "compensation"-a favorite Summer School Supplies
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mania, Serbia, France and Belgium, for the last hundred years._____
and by that time war will be over. South Amerle Offers Opportunities
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the existance of Germany is incom- portunity for Germany to build up an
patible with its own greatness. We immense commercial and political em-
need have no fear but that Russia will pire across the sea. This is not a bit
stand on the side of the allies." of imagination. It has been explicitly
set forth by German writers, and it is
Dr. C. Berge Promoted to First Lieut. unofficially reported that Germany was _
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