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communist Professo r

* IIIINRL 14Ju L11I l Kharkov, Russia, Sept. 20. (By jol
IN CEVEANDi Mail) .-Students were paid by the ; h,
NATIONAL. EDUCATION' ASSOCIA. Soviet government last year to attend 6Ka
TIO1N DEPARTMENT TO MEET classes at the University.of Kharkov, age
IN CLEVELAND but this season they are paying their m
'Er own way, and the enrollrient, is larg- the
Cleveland, 0., Oct. 21.-School sup- er than at any time since the war.
erintendents and leading educators The unusually large attendance for
from all parts of the United States the beginning of the fall teri is at- S1
are expected here ]oebruary 26 to tributed to the fact that' many of the
March 1, for the 1923 convention of old professors have been reinstated
the departmiient of superintendents of to their university positions. Last
the National Education association. year many of the regular' professorsti
In addition to the gewere replaced by Colnmpnist profes- tio
of dn the onvtion general sessionssors. As a result the attendance fell tion
of the convention; 115 separate' daily f materially. and eventually there i be
meetings of committees and subsid- .off, materlly tndnvetgalthee
iary organiations will be held it is iwas a gvernent inestaton. Can
announced. Piy Higher Than Aierage ; tere
"The dpIt was finally, decided to try the The
"Ts e tdepartmntd isthen most re scheme of paying, the students to at- ons
r'esentative of and , one-f the more tend school the scale of conpensation" stud
important educational groups in the being 6,000 Soviet rubles a month. The -
country," A. J. Kennedy, convention average government employe was re-
manager, states. "It is virtually the ceiving at the same time 4,000 rubles
backbone of the educational system," a month. :
he added. The majority of the university stu-
The various subsidiary organiza- dents here are not doin hunist sym-
tion's includes deans of women, pro- pathizers, They objected strenuously
feseors of various subjects and semi- to being taught by Communist pro-
educational organizations. fessors, even though paid for it. So
when the students threatened to
strike other plans were thought out,
E HILEN it being evident that the Communist
WOED MAEHALM N professors were not at all popular in
9A REF RED CLASSOlPrfsosberk
Just before the university opened
this fall, it was announced tliat near--
10WA MN ASSERTS MOVE WILL ly all of the old time professors, many
SECURE COUNTRY FROM 1 of them great favorites for dears in
GENERAL STRIKE Kharkov, would take up their former
duties again. This caused gee-ral re-

cing, and there was a rush from
arkov and other cities to fill up the
asses. The students- willingly
reed to pay 2,000,000 rubles a
onth tuition fee in order to have
ir old professors back.
TUDENTS TO HOLD.
PROHIBITION MEET
tudent delegates from forty na-
ns will be present at an interna-
nal student confernce which is to
held November 24-29 in Toronto,
ada, under the auspices of the.In-
collegiate Prohibition association..I
purpose of the meeting is a dem-
tration and discussion of the world
dent movement against alcoholism.

Leaders from the different countries unregulated selling in France, the new1
will tell of the situation in their own after-war movement against liquor in
Countries. The proposed methods of Germany, and other related subjects
solution of the alcoholic problem, pro- will be described.
hibition in the United States, govern- As a means of furthering interest in
ment control in Great Britain, 14 per t conference the association is offe
cent. prohibition in Norway, the sys- inlg a prize essay contest which is op-
tem of liquor permits in Sweden, pop- en to all students enrolled in colleges,
ular boycott of liquor shops in India, universities, or other institutions of
non-alcoholic cafes of Switzerland, higher learning in the United States
We Call For and Deliver

or Canada. Students who are inter-
ested in either the conference or the

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Chicago,, Oct. 21.-Placing of rail-
road employees in "a preferred class"
in exchaige for the right to strike,
was sugges.ted by W. H. Stackhouse
of Davenpprt,, Iowa, speaking here
Friday before the twenty-third annual1
convention of the National Association
of Farm Equipment Manufacturers. ;
"Such a measure should effectively
protect the country from a repetition
of the disastrous strike through which
it recently passed, and usher in an era
of comparative tranquility insofar as
the nation's railroad transportation:
industry is concerned," he declared.
"Were congress to enact a law rec-
ognizing all railroad employees as of
especial value to the service and com-
fort of the public, decjare them to be
a preferred class, and fix their wages
periodically on a basis slightly in ex-
cess of those paid in other industries,
coupled with the provision that any
concerted vefusal to continue such
employment would constitute a felony,
such a measure should effectively pro-
tect the country.
"This would be especially true if
such an act-contained the stipulation:
that such employment would at all
times be open to men and women of
proper qualifications, regardless of
their affiliation or non-affiliation with
'any' organization.
"It would become imperative that
congress likewise guarantee the car-
riers a fixed rate of return on their
property values, if the great transpor-
tation- systems are to Ie saved from
the destruction and extravagant ef-
fects of government ownership and
operation, with the people at large
the greatest victims of so false apoli-
"The recent coal strike terminated
in .a complete victory for the miners
without the operators losing anything,
as they will recoup through advanced
prjces to the consuming public. This
strike demonstrated the fallacy of
considering industrial and economic
problems solved by the employers ac-
quiescing-in all of their employers' de,
mands and transmitting the addition-
al cost to the consuming public.".
Huron St. Taxi 25c- 445.--Adv. I ,

Soviet Goverument Maldki Seer
Moscow, Sept. 2.-The Soviet gov-
ernment is manufacturing beer, and
using posters in Moscow to .adver-
tise it. These are among the rii'st ad-
vertising signs to appear ii- Russia
since the revolution.
Call 445 Huron St. Taxi. 25&-Adv.
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