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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRATERNIJTY MEN END
Diean Buirsley, Franik Graham, 127, Andl
John Bolanid Jig., '279 Attenid
From Mi~ichigan
WAS 18ThR MEETINGi
:Fraternity men of the Uitedl States
and, Canada ended their two-day inter-
fraternity convention last week-end
in the Hotel Pennsylvania New York
City. The conference was concluded
with a discussion of fraternity prob-
lems~.I
Nearl'y all of the Greek-letter fra-
ter'nities were represented in the In-
terfraternity conference by more than
200 delegates. Dean 3rsley, Friink
Grahamn,''27, and John Bloland, Jr., '27,
Were Michigan's representatives at theE
conference. They are expected to ri
turfi from New York some time today.
The convention, the 18th in the his-
tory of the Interfraternity conference,
was called to order Friday morning by
its chairman, Henry R. Johnson, a
Vanker' from Williams. The session
was devoted to' various reports and
an address by Dean Floyd Field, from
the Georgia Institute of Technology:
The afternoon session was addressed
by Rev. Boyd Edwards, headmaster of1
Hill. school,
Dr. William H. P. Faunce, president
of. Brown, who eighteen years ago
founded the organization, was present
at the convention. He addressed the
assembly and spoke on fraternity1
ideat's and aims.j

(rev, ic Talks To the Union recently sited the troubles
7 //"" I theChurch andth educators -have to;
tT' I meet now days. "These branches of
Theos phica p ilearning are searching for religious
ideals able to be re-echoed in the
General J. 1). Lodeesen-Grevinclh, hearts o1' coming generations."
speaking under the auspices of the I
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