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LY, VA RCI I 10, 1927

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Dr. Sfe1ze 'el~s mYtII:i. Sfl+ il'. tt ai ...t.ktwli3;itci 'idlg0II(V'l 'ietv ii~l~
'Tht lnini Eemet ; rrknat a Jjit fa{(.ilty-stucflt jAm ng rthese, I ,0w:,lined by the i,
:lien ShlttId B0 ('ownidereuIl I f'orum held recently at Cornhell uni- senib~y arc:
______versiay. Ilienmust bhespec jia> ,lzeint Sud 5o, l)(e i ied w houtsideI1
ISREUU O DE US n o ( fwartailie its not 'li' id'ifO
IS RESULT OF IDELISM This vi,,,. At ftc(I by a'(1(,e<ire to I!V!I',arcstl on n hi
teach ,,i tiutu,;1 ytallize is ma t ciia 1 ha 1() i'e moive t
LAFArYE TF, .Ind., March 9-In1 aand present. it iin!acotn pr.'hni] ol";leai ii. i'ather the Of '1dwithiithe
i~cNttheewYk .tChspo eswhtelze.manner. lie must lbe able to humanize utilitarian ideal (1i' r 't o for:
of his work Ciysoeoana elbs<id show its relatijonship business. The Ilniv :sit;,t ii anot shoal-
considers the paramount question ofi to life. 1 philosopher~ as well as a der' the i~ rtt a ei t]e.,aoily anda
the day, "The Cause Of Social Un-; specialis,,lhe inust place persons, the cht ccli. ('as s t i'(i oo large. -
rest." Dr. Stelze is a nationally above subjects; and make the student 11rcnii:ot ehi 1 c-i : ; (.'c)c :,s too
known speaker and is a.' product--of work because of a real l)ersonalitY- much oil rsrch. 1lctuct: have
New York's tenement district. human and unselfish, thegru (I-osiesel Y stl-u iei a
He believes that the only solution lciropd.etoswitey u:l -Iitoas audv
between the working man andl in- - *-_ _ -
(dustrial leaders is the consideration ~-
of the human element involved. It is ~--- - --_ ..._. -
Dr tlesoiinta h okn!man is better off today than lhe has is the Graid Dw)~ for
ever been. However he is much more a Cpiira ti "
radical than at any former time. The
apparent restlessness of the wor-king I Mrh1 ,S.Paitr sDa
man s attributed, by Dr. Stelze, to rh 7 t ' a
the fact that the working man now;
(desires the better things of life and s c ni u ly r a h n u o h m
Hie finds these things through the iDECO)"RAT IONSI
agency of public lib~raries, art galper- j_
les and like influential institutions. i In Vivid Green and White
"Social unrest-radicalism," Dr., Stel- E
ze states, "is the legitimate result of l blend with1 the shanr ocks, harps, piper,
the finest idealism the world has ever}csls dnigliueEndfaso
known." Icast-tls screpe lfalrs and flail
He explained that radicalism incu-usselrpeaesan tbe
labor troubles could generally beC appointments.-
remedied if the two sidles would metre- F4rom invitations to nut cups we have
ly acquaint themselves with a clearj the app~ropr1iate iteifls. Let us help you
interpretation -of the views of the I lna rgnlpry
opposing party. "It is not a question I
of what kind of house you live in,
or what kLind of clothes you wear,!
but it is the kind of iV you are way, u r-r a o
deep, down inside of you," he added:
112 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 4515
TEXAS.-An oil gusher has appear-
ed on university land.
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AN,1THROPIOLOGIST FINDS TEXAS FAR J
BEHIND IN ITS MUSEUM BUILDING.
EN
In a recent survey of museums in Forth are operating in the state,
t'l(' 10 mocst populous states in the? gathering specimens; one from Mich-
union, J1. E. Pearce, pirofessor of an-' igan. digging up funeral mounds
trecpology in the University of Texas along the Red river, and one from
found that Texas .is far behind other Maine is getting out the great ,petri-
eates, in the museum collections and{' tied trees of the Davis mountains.
V. :lildings. P~rof. Pearce ha~s started a move-
Tcexas, hie points out, is one of the mient to supply the state of Texas3
richest fields in the United States forI with a museum. Unless this is done
muuseumi collectors. She has furnishi-I soon, he says, they will have very
ed inuch material of value to the little left, in some fields, with which
largest museums in the country, and to make a beginning at a future time.
even to those in foreign countries.; -
At pre ent two expeditions -from the Suibscribe for the X~lchlan Daily.

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