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TUJESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1925

THFP MICATTIAN DA.LY

PAGE THREM

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SEVMON TO GUIE zLD
Ev' allstot fm iubd4er IJ)40 To 5 r A 'frI+e :"r
Johicvecft As 'Irat Toi
REFERS TO STUDEN:4TS
Rev. E.' F. Tittle, pastor of the First
Methodist; church in E:'vanston, Ill.,
a~nd voted; one of the 25 nmost brilliant{
preacher in the country by 14,000
other ministers, gave the Wesleyan
guild lecture last Sunday night at the
First Methodist =Eiscopal church.
Taking "Now, or Never" for his sub-
ject, Reverend' Tittle used a biblical
passage as the underlying theme, "If
ye have run with footmen> and th( y
have wearied 'you, how can you con-
tend with horses." H lis interrw~ca-
tion of this passage pictured the trials
and obstacles met during adol esence:
as "races with footmen" whi'ch pre-r
pare men to "contend with horses"
later in life. -"As a man moves en1 In
life, the obstacles become more and
more numerous and difficult. A man!
must run with the footmen now, if
be would run with horses later. The.
l e for a man to be a hero, the timeI
'be a Christian is now!"
,Reverend Tittle arguecl that the real
reward of a man's life is not the right
to slow dlown after a period of
achievement, but the discovery of the
ability to go on and on and en. "Can
you imagine Theodore $1ooseyelt sol-
iciting memberships in a society for
making life easy?" he asked. The dlis-
integration and death of the human
soul would he brought about if there
were no more obstacles to overcome,
he declared.
He also pointed out the potential
power of "glass beads" as evidenced in
history and in modern every day life,
likening the' university letter of the
athlete, the Phi Beta Kappa key of
the scholar and the honorary degrees
gien to scientists to the colored
baubles for which uncivilized natives'
'have parted with ivory, jewels and
even a large portion of Manhattan is-
land. "According to modern ideas, it
is better that the athlete should have
a letter than a finely coordinated
physical being; better for the schol-
ar to receive his honorary society em-i
emthan to have a keen mind," he
declared.f
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Government Destroys 31 W,,oe dn Ships

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ECUND UEUTENANIS ' FR OLEGE-WRITINGCNTS
WILL MEET TOMORROW1 Harper Brothers, New York and; the technical institutions. he . :a
L ondon, publishers of.Harper's niaga- board with whom the awav
Second lieutenants who are enroll- zine for the past 75 years and a book will be made up of ChrM At'* M
in'zr Znn. O P(lan rnd IWilla;". b.

ed in the reserve officers' class for publishing house since 1817, are once
promotion to first lieutenancies will more negotiating plans for a writing
meet for their regular session at 7:301 contest, on the order of the present
o'clock tomorrow night in the reserve1 annual prize novel contest. Competi-
offcer' lbray ad cub oom intion, however, is to be narrow4ed to
offieArs'liry adcu rosi students in' a group of selected Am-
Sinc th las metingof he casserican universities and colleges, while
six more offlcers have been enrolled; its scope will be decidedly broader,
covering prose writing of every type.
in the course and applications are lDtiso h ln nld is
still coming in, according to Capt...prDetalof 5tha ecplnd icue aofirst,
Cprizelof $500,uctsecondsprizelofoach-0i
C. Hlni, istrutor A pecil cach and third prize of $200 to go to three
ing staff for applicants for commis- ;undergraduates in any of the institu-t
sions in the organized reserves, to t ions entered, who, during the months'
which anyone with the necessary mil- of the college year, from Nov. 1 to May?
itary experience is eligible, will soon i1 produce the best piece of English:
be organized. Applications will beIprs:Temncitsobeumt
received by Captain Holm at the Arm- tproshelmnuse mriptha b ,submi
ory.; words in length.
Determination of the best worksl
PARIS.-The veteran French pilot, will be made by a board of judges
Lucien Bossoutrot, has broken the after some representative of the en-
world's altitude and duration records tered universities or colleges has
for heavier than air machines. I selected from the material submitted
not more than three manuscripts.
THE HAGUE.-A cabinet crisis has The institutions to whose students this
been precipitated by the resignation'; tormpetiticon is open are those on the ac-
of four Catholic ministers from Pre-, cepted list approved by, the Assoclaiton
mier Colijn's cabinet, of American Universities, omitting

The contribution winxning he h!
prize will be published in Iharper's
knagazine, also the right is r..sere
to publish the manuscripts of the e-
ond and third prize winners, as we'4
as to purchase other manuscripts in
[the competition at regular rates.
Rumney Resting
After Operation
-Mason Rumney, '07E, president of
the Alumni association, is confined at
the University hospital where lie is
recovering from an operation for ap-
pendicitis, which he underwent last
Saturday. His condition last night
was pronounced as very favorable.
PARIS.-Premier Paul Painleve and
foreign Minister Aristide Briand are
anxious to reopen the debt converta-
tions with Washington.
Want a room? Read Page Seveu,
and use the Classified columns.-Adv.

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*Wooden ships built by the govarument during the war at a cost of many millions, and never in service,
1are being destroyed. Photo shows 31 of the vessels being burned bjy a salvage company off Tidewater,

OP~lflfects is when boys and girls are; feet in his eyesight that could have
D IflS8 ANIA [ young, and that if proper exanina- been properly adjusted at the proper
Ilosof the children =n the schioolstme
~LLIIIILwere made by the state it would soon
be isil o a e''l to be e! Let The Daily sell it for you thru
DL into theIworld hYndicappedfoby aadd--the Classified colunns.-Adv.
Surveys recently made by the eye-
sight Conservation Council of America1
show that nine out of ten persons inaj' +
the Unite'd States over 21 years of t a on
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man or woman over 40 years of age - Ccar M, _manw bacteria that may be clinging to them are c
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