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ARRNG CNFEENE1CLASHES AMONG TROOPS OVER DISPUTED TERRITORY STAT COSRAINWORKINOi STUDENTS ARE BEST
MAY CAUSE WAR BETWEEN BOLIVIA AND PA A U YConclusions tending to reveal jobs an
- ele i ter Ilee are ae tdrtA L Athat students wh6 support them- receivec
- IT---- T n.-- Li ore successfult after thdey gradu workiso
3 6 9 ss ss srecently been made public by the the cou
STUDNTDSCUSION ~js ajII Conflictions- And Irregularities Appointment office at Syracuse seniors
N lecessitate Proposed university, ask for
~New Rules j According to the applicants for iwas sai

AFTER GRADUATION
d the requests fur employcs
by the office the working
has the edge on the non-
nel managers from all over
ntry who come to interview
concerning positions always
self-supporting students, it
d1.

PRIMARY PURPOSE IS 'T) STUDY (3
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS $$
BE~TWEEN TWO NATIONS-
OXFORD WILL BE SCENE ________ __________
Ltuondon, Mee Poinent
rDefinite arrangemrents have been *...
ence of British and American stu- -
dents to be held this summer at
Mverton college, Oxfoizd. -
The primary purpose of the con- -
gress is to study international rela-
tions and remarkable opportunities
to this end will -be offered. Pro-- xx
fessor Clyde Eagleton of New York x
university, himself an Oxford grad--
uarte, will accompany the American .
d'elegation in the capacity of Ad-..............
viser on International Relations *..
duiring the conference and while
studying the organization at, the
Hague, Geneva, and Paris. * *
In addition to the congress it- pSL P
self, the students .will visit the
British Parliament in London, will
meet prominent figures in English 4
government, and will be entertain- -_____
ed by the Royal Institute of In- \
ternational Affairs. The conti- \
nental tour which will follow the D PUE
conference includes visits to the D SUT- D
Hague, Leiden Delft, Amsterdam, TERRITORY 0
Brussels, Geneva, arid Paris, with -**v *xA..' /A cO~ '
side-trips to Versailles and Fon-
tainebleau.
Any under-graduate in an Amner-,

F ORESTERS ATTEND MEETmmmu mmman mmm nmnmneom un
Several changes in the proposed ' h ~ )2I~
new codification of the state game Announcing th p n n o,
and fesh lw suiedfo re-H A'
men t nd cosevati auhoriie ei Tema -mAricanT'st u a
outlined to present soon to the2
state legislature. It is the pur-frerya 2 W.WsigoS.
pose of the law to eliminate all2fomrya12W. asigoSt
irregularities 'and conflictions now AT ITS NEW LOCATION.
existing due to the numerous laws2
passed from timne to time. In its 212 WILLIAM STREET
original form the codification was =~L~
drawn up by the State Conserva- :
tion department; which called the 2DINNER
authorities together to discuss i2Nol
practical changes. N2ole OUP
One of the decisions of the group 2 Chop Suey with Rice. . ... .. .. . ... .. .. . ...40c
was that insertion in the, game 2 \elLa 0
code of a policy of setting aside a VaLof. ..............c
game refuge fund from deer and 2 Roast Pork ... .. .. . ... .. . ... .. ... . . . .. .. 4Oc
small game licenses. A great di 5 Roast Beef. .. .. .. .. .. . ... .. . .. .. .. .. .. .40c
vision of opinion permitted the new - =
measure to be passed by a scare 2 Shortribs.. .. .... .. .. .. .. . .. ... . .. .. .. . . 35c
margin of one vote, with the chair 2 Hamburger... . .. ... .. .. . .. ... .. .. .. . . . . 3Oc
deciding the advantage. 2 PranBen.. ...........3Oc
The clause calls for the setting oka d B a s ........................
aside of 75 cents of the small game Stew...... . ... .. . . ... .... .. .. .. . .. . .. . 30c
license and $1.50 of the deer li-
cense, would mean that more than 2SUPPER-
$200,000 would be available each 2 Wiener "Schnitzel".. .. .. .. . . .. .. .. .. . .. . 5
year for game refuges. Such a - -oeSea............... e
measure, however, would place the TBoeSe
Conservation departmcent depend-.. Sirloin Steak... .. .. . ... . .. .. . . .---. . ....50C -
ent on the legislature for an ap- Porterhouse Steak ... . .. .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. . . c
propriation for administrative pur- VelSek...............Sc
poses. __nd___Steak ...... 45c
TYPEWRITERS VelCos45c
RIBBONS Pork Chops....... .. .. . . ...------.. ..40c
SUPPLIES r'i **' inOml1 40c a
for all makes of Hani-Ch.~eese-or jeiiy- - - -e-.-.-.-.-...-
Typeitrs. rIrssoc~nu Plain Omelet...................... ......35c
best quality at a moderate price. 2All Including Drinks and Sidedish
0. D. MORR ILL 2 Special Sunday Chicken Dinners. .. .. .. . ... ...55c ~
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ican embe woi fIIIJ~ I Sensfo
an nternational Relatin club Snefrmthe capitals of Bolivia and Paraguay, South America, where war is threatened as the
affiliated with the Carnegie En- result of clashes between troops on the border because of disputed territory. Above, left, President Her-
nando Siles, of Bolivia; right, top, the presidential palace at Ascuncion, Paraguay, and below, the parli-
dowment is eligible for application alment building in the Paraguayan capital; below left, a view of La Paz, capital of Bolivia; and right,
for member'ship in the delegation.- map of the two countries, showing the disputed district of Chaco.
The trip wvill be made on the ____________
Breme, sailing fro New SYor ALUMNI RECEIVE PALEONTOLO6Y EXIBITION IS DEVELOPING RAPIDLY I
July 5, and the return will be macie ESSA Y CITA TIONS plcadcs ipasaeas
on the S. S. Stuttgart on Au gust 8.___ Work on the paleontology exhi- plcadcs isly r lo
The stiateof he ost f te To frme stuent attheUr. bits of the main exhibition room taking shape. Now 'that the basic
tour st$49,an ounhect coferTmr tdet a heU at the University Museum is pro- plans for the position of the vai-
there exp44,ense mofuan andrm versity won honors in the recent gressing quite rapidly now, it is~ ous displays have been formulated
oat tael including tourist thir economics essay contest recently announced by Dr. E. C. Case of the rest of the work of putting up
cabin ocean passage, round triu sponsored by Hart, Shaffner, and the geology department, who is in the exhibits will go much more!
with landing taxes, living accomo- Marx of Chicago. charge of the paleontolgy ex- Irapidly, Dr. Case is convinced. A
dations and meals, a $14 estimate! Second prize was awarded to hibits. ,major part of the work is the writ-
of steamer tips, and a $10 pass- Nelson Lee Smith who received his A ubtohhelre lorc-igo thecas wihwlxli
port charge. The Endowment will, Ph. D. degree here in 1928, and who hibits have already been put in the exhiits
procure and assume the expenses.22 1111111111111111lil l i ii liilli11111111111101010
of the visas and students' identity was an instructor here fromi 1922- =
cards. 24. Honorable mention was given
In conjunction with the tour, the to George Shorey Peterson, now an
Carnegie Endowment is conduct- assistant professor oV economics at Ad2
ing a contest, the winners of which the University, who received his C rcispeose. -
will be awarded free trips to the Ph. D. in 1927. (NS
conference.
The competition will be based 2
upon papers to be written on one CHRISTMAS GIFTS -a
of the following subjects: Renun- Burr, Patterson
ciation of war and the acceptance
of peaceful change and arbitra- Auld Co. -
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