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DAY, EBRUAt 21,19:'x

LITTLE ATTACKS ITRETATION OF CHRIST AS HISTORICAL
CHARACTER IN ADDRESS TO PRINCETON RELIGIOUS CONFERENCE_

1T0 ALLOW EXTRA lCommunist Memberl
PERFORMANCE OF 1 To Address Mieetino~r
PLAY BY JUNIORS'

"Dodging' of Issuaes Obstructs Fearles
And D~irect 3Methlods Used By
Christ," Little Saiys
(Continued from Page 1)
the commoner forms of relaxation
tend to undermine the benefits deriv-
ed from industry and constructive de-
yelopment.
"The attitude of people towards
law; as shown by the fact that legis-
lation with inadequa~te enforcementE
and half hearted support has come to
be considered as representing prog-
ress.
"The attitude of people towards
wealth; as shown by t he develop-
Ment of a social system based on a
material basis and on envy of and
hypocritical friendship for the pos-,
sessor of great monied resources.
"The attitude ot people towards
politics; as shown by a moral code
which condones bad faith, prevarica-
tion and dishonesty as a 'part of the
game' and supports virtual disen-
franchisement of millions of Ameri-
can citizens.
"The attitude of peop~le towards
international responsibilities which is
expressed in the sloga n 'me first,'
which does not 'forgive our debtors,'
which invades weaker nat ions for pro-
tection of economic interests or to
prevent foreign riations from doing
likewise and which holds in unwilling
subjection a people too weak in armed
strength to throw off our domination.j
"The attitude of people towards
marriage as shown by the fact that1
'good usage' does not sanction ,eon-
fessions of failure and that in the
mind of many physical death is the
only reputable solution to a partner-I
ship which brings out only the worst
in both contracting parties.
"The attitude of people towards
the survival of med'iaevalism in re-
ligion which gives to a cowardly fail-
ure to combat intolerant creeds or'
dogmas the name of 'tolerance'-thus
postponing the facing of a great issu-eI
and sowing the wind' which may
some day cause all humanity to 'reap
the whirlwind.'
"Frankness is never popular and a

of evidence that the great majority
of young people are not heart and
soul in the work of the modlern or-
ganized church it may be a fair qjues-
tion to ask whether we had not better
begin to clear the decks so_ that the
spirit of fearless Christianity may be-
gin to fight its battles'?"
The speech at Princeton was the
conclusion of a week-end spent in
New York and Princeton during
which the Presidlent attended two
gatherings of New York alumni in
addition to attending the meetings of
the Princeton conference. President
Little spent yesterday conferring with
prominent New York alumni and will
return this morning to Ann Arbor.
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P~eriionu for ain ext ra perfor t-
an re of bhe Junion Girls' Play was
grantiied by the sen ate committee on1
student affairs at a recent meeting.
thle play will be presented from
Mvarch 19 through March 24. and
though the extra p~erformance has
been allowed in Ann Arbor the show
will not be takeni on a. trip to De-
troit this year, as last.
At t he same nw1eting perm11iSSi)n to
hold the Military ball, annual spring;
social function, oni April 27 was
granted.
Beta Kappa Rho, new women's or-
ganization. and Cihi Upsilon, a new
Women's geology society were recog-
nized br the committee. Neither of
the group~s are house clubs,
Saw

Coming to Ann arbor' after paretici-
pating in many of Aimerica's grea test
mine strikes, Mlother i31oor will ad-
dress the regular meeting of the
League for Industrial Democracy at
8 o'clock at the Union tonight. A
nmenmber of the N orjkers' or C.ollnmull-
ist party, Mother Mloor' holds a rec-
ordl for the number of strikes in
which she has ibeen an act ire par-
ticipant. according; to officials of the
league.

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"THE ABAET
A Kaleidoscopic Cabaret
Adventure without the Cou-
vert! Better than "Aloha of
the' South Seas."
Thursday-Chas. Murray
"THE GORILLA"

C'larience Cook Littlej
analysis may not carry con-
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Friday, February 24th
Ice mountains 100 feet high-massive icicles, weighing tons-
trees laden with glistening spray. Falls illuminated in colors
each night by 1,440,000,000 candle power - only place in
world where rainbows shine at night.
See Niagara in Winter Splendor
Lv. Ann Arbor............. 9:43 P. M.
Ar. Niagara Falls, N. Y..... 7:30 A. M.
Returning leave Niagara Falls, N. Y., direct or via Buffalo
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than midnight February 26th.
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