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THE BOILING POT on risings-coupled with strife be- that of the King in the average Ital- parliament. The poster further de-
(Continued from Page Four tween various factions in that part ian household-while the youth of the dares that "France can never be a
United States, has an army four times of Germany which remains loyal, has land, banded together in an organiza-! great and strong nation until she is
larger than that considered adequate buffeted Germany's experiments in tion resembling the Boy Scouts of protected by the powerful sword of
for the defense of America and her Republican government from pillar America, sing the praise of Mussolini. legitimate kings,"
possessions in 1914, and fairly bristles to post. In the meantime, royalist Yet, despite all arguments of Fas- England and Belgium are strongly
with garrisons throughout the length factions have gained in strength. cisti leaders to the contrary, many in- royalist in feeling and will probably
and breadth of the land. While many insist that the Hohen- sist that the present government Is a retain the king hip for all time.
Britain admittedly has but a small zollerns will never again rle government of force-backed by an
army available for European service-- many-it is plain that a royalist re- army of over 30,000 men. They AMERICAN STUDENTS
and that centered chiefly in the Rhine. turn would be acclaimed with joy by point out that only proven Fascisti (Continued from Page Three)
but her navy is considered the most niany. 1have the power of voting-with the
poweful'is esul tha inbeen so truly kind to me that any
powerful afloat, In a recent review Germany is not alone in her experi- result that in practically all recentcriticism of their work would be very
it was the British navy boast, that ments with a new government. In elections, ballots cast have totalled
not a ship taking part had steamed Central Europe where three new hut it per cent of the former regis- ungracious. And moreover I do not
ibt1feel critical shout it It seemed to
past in the review of 1914. In other states have been carved out of former tered vote. Opponents say they dare m rhtinalallofithem edo
. . me that nearly all of them were do-
words, every ship is of new construe- Austro-Hungarian territories, two are not openly oppose the present govern-Ing very faithful and honest work In
tion, incorporating every naval fea- now republics and the third a king- ment for fear of the "Fascisti black-
ture developed in four years of fight- dom-though lacking a king. Czecho- guards,' so called from the black very di rent situations. I would
ing. Slovakia has firmly established a re- shirts they wear. ll w omg you, ad
Even little Czecho-Slovakia has her publican government and will prob- * * to all whom Imet "Thank you, and
"Danube fleet" and every bridge ably carry her experiment to a suc- God speed your work." But I think
crossing the Danube on the Czecho- . cessful conclusion under the leader- If Bolshevism spreads to western I may speak freely about those diffi-
SLovakiaa frontier is fortiied. ship of Dr. C. G. Masaryk, presidetEurope it willcome through Germany cult situations, The old traditional
Slovkia frntir i fotif . hip f D. C 0.Masryk prsidntbut if Germany can be saved from the. evangelicalism has broken down in
These, and other things may easily for life. Austria is a republic but "~Red Peril"athenre sl esaveyoa lges. Ithas broken'down
indicate that Europe is headed for new hungers for the return of her king. d "then Europe will e saved, your colleges. ft has broken down
rar. btershatred thmad, H gyihe d is the opinion of many. There is no because, though it contained an eter-
yyby before royal government-with a provisiona.other avenue open. Hungary with nal truth at the core of it, it hs been
three bloody months of Bolhevist! by unwise minds tied up with piopo-
the passage of many years, burst into dictator at the helm until the time
flame. The French child is told of shall be ripe for the return of Prince rule, is forever safe from the dIc- sitions which men and women with
the "fearful menace" which lies across Otto-or some other candidate for the ates of Moscow. modern education know to be untrue.
the Rhine. At the same time the Ger- throne. A royal restoration in Hin- A few are of the opinion that even Therefore to colleges it la lost both
man youth is faced westward-as on gary, however, will probably be a in Russia, Bolshevism is losing its hold. moral and spiritual authority. Con-
parental knee he pledges himself to long time in coming-for any such Several members of the Romanoff fam- sequently, college Associations are in-
the defence of the "fatherland," and move wotd meet with strenuou p- ily, including Grand Duke Alexander volved in all the difficulties of a tran-
in him is instilled a terrible fear of position from Czecho-Slovakia. It is and others, recently meeting in Paris, sition period. Behind them are advis-
the French. Hungary's hope to re-unite again, the are said to have expressed the opin- ors and churches which embody a
* * * * former great domains of the Austro- ion that Bolshevist power in Russia more or less conservative attitude and
There is bitterness in Germany--far Hungarian kingdom. will soon see its last days. The pres- around them are students in every
ent proportion of Bolshevists in Rus- conceivable stage from undisturbed
exceeding any that may smoulder in****
sia, they say, is four to every one blind conventionalism to complete
France-and for this there i. a0 Italy stands divided between Fasc- thousand non-Bolshevists. The Grand perplexity and agnosticism. If some
explanation, for as has always been, ism and a return to the old govern- Duke Alexander is also reported to of your secretaries are not quite com-
there is bitterness in defest. Theisc-sent. Benito Mussolini has become I have said: "The resurrection of Rus- petent to handle such a situation, who
or can welt afford to act with con- an idol in the latd-and many are of sia must and will come,-and in the need wonder? It is a very delicate
descension toward the vanquished. the opinion that as long as Mussoint's United States will this new Russia and difficult situation. It calls for
During the recent crisis in Anglo- strong hand is at the helm, Fascism find her loyal, moral, commercial and men and women of intellectual
French relations, peoples of Central will prevail,-but as soon as he falls, - technical ally." strength, or moral courage and inde-
Europe were openly jubilant over ith him will fall Fascism. At any The hope of a royalist return is - pendence of character. Nowhere in
possible break in the allied front. this rate, great is the present popularity even not yet dead in France. Recent the world do such folk grow on every
etationwa.s even voic.d in the pres. of the Premier. During his recent posters on the streets of Paris call bush.
and rseeivd with joy ot allrides ay tour through Italy, celebrating tle -upon all electors to tear up their bal-I Personally I believe the "diplomat-
those who saw in any -tchf breask first anniversary of the "march on lots in the coming elections, pointing . ic" course in those circumstances is
chnce for a new 'pot of fuss." Rome"li he was greeted by enthusiastic out that there is no longer may hope a fatal course. An Association that
There aretew itsEurope lhtare tsrongs it every city of the kingdom. of a restoration of the kings of tries to "keep in" with all parties has
rticent about propsesying awar. "It Mssolini's picture bangs alongside France by the election of a royalist- power with none. The "modern" or
will cone," they say--and it wll e
far more terrible than the one just
passed." IlllHHHHHHMHHH 1omm m lH itMEMMM1l i
Germany allied with Russia will
face Western Europe in this new warc
if it rotaes, say thsase swho arctics thte
catastrophse. Ft-once sill palatially _
irthea ilu W HY NOT A S A NE W YEAR'S
be adrawnoinfo Ithe vonnex,soasill
Great Britain, and these two nations
wsill again las called utsnao saasestathela -
advancing araie of sters Europe.ESOLUTION, DE TER INE
Austria and Hungary, if they combine
at al, n550ot w ill cotabisnse sorcas j'a
t rnn~ltwil oibntitTO SA VE SONE THING OF
witha Gersaany. At the wanett ime, it
is certain that in the event of war,-
nastiotas insetsea will take goost care
001 tosincur the hostility of the UniteU IC'
As though heralding tais war
(omadte"aTrotokyi irecently r -ALLOWANCE
acts as a bridge bteween Russia and
Germany, it will go well with her--
but if Poland resists, there will ie
no Poland." Still later, the Soviet
leader again rattled the "Red" sabre
by declaring that his soldiers would
not fail to march to the aid of Ger-
many should aid be needed.
That this war will not come during
the time of the present generation, is
another belief that is freely advanced,
and the reason given is that no in-
ducement could be strong enough to
persuade veterans of the past war to

return to the ranks. This new ar
must be met by a generation as ys-
unborn,--by those who will have little
knowledge of the h rrors of the past Th A N N A RBO R A BA N K
conficie,-and at a htne sowhen teat r1i£L AI A N NJL A R BOR A~xZ
tical period of 1911 to '18 will be
.Meanwhile, discord within the na-
tions themselves is threatening to dis-
rupt Europe for all time. Germany, Largest and Strongest Vank in Washtenaw Co.
where ministries and cabinets come
and go with the tide, is again the
storm center. The Rhine Separatist
movement and the Bavarian and Sax- 'isllilIIl!lllI fllllhllhhhIH !lliilht ilhI lilIlil iIhllIhlhlI'tlII h itit I#I i t ill ll IIIlitIIIIllII i ltitIlItIIII

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