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October 05, 1926 - Image 2

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lIn Lecture At t~nlarlain
(Ijiurch Sunttda y
LEADS DISCUSSION
In a lecture on "Mystics and Mysta-
gog ues" given Sunday night at the
U-nitariain Church, Prof. A. Fl. Shop-
yardl ex:plained various stages of the
mystical experience, from the normal '
response of any individual to the
bea Utifull or the dramatic, to the ex-
tremec eestatic trance of the real niys-
According to Professor Sheppard,i
everyone is a normal mystic when,,
say, hie hears a hand play his favorite
tune or at the conclusion of a football
game when his team has won,' but the,

REVIE ER CO SIDER WELL' BOO a fresh addition to their respectable
A PUJ3 TLI C INSr T 7 l T TO KING GEORGE:,ai family, or to open something or come
PUBLIC 1 bacV { rom somewhere abroad, where
they had extensively and ridiculously
(By Associated Press)M ly unmeaning and uninteresting son , gone, I found the closed streets and
LOND)O\, Oct.. 4. - In the opinionI of plump old Edward VII," is Cris- oafish spectators incredibly exasper-

of one reviewer, a public insult has
been dlung at King George In H. G.
Wells' three volume installment plan
novel, "William Clissold," the second
sectiqul, which was published recently.
Other' reviewers are astonished at
what are called the "impertinences"
of Wells' characters in dealing with'
the- living great and near great of the
present day.

sold's characterization of the British
monarch.
Crissold remarked on., "Parading at-
tention to the immense passings and
coxmjng# of our intrinsically, insigni-
ficant royal personalities, the blocking
of traffic, filling newspapers and de-
laying business and legislation."
"When they went in public proces-
sion," he adds, "to thank God of earth

ating."
Cliissold's brother, Dickon, is equally'
devastating with England's prominent
personalities.
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HIOLDS FIRST MEETING
Phi Lambda Upsilon, honorary
chemical fraternity, held its initial
'meeting of the year last night in the
Cehmical building. Matters of finance
were taken up.
MOSCOW-The fifteenth congress of
the Communist party, scheduled for
Oct. 15, has been postponed to the
twenty-fifth.

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