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TUMM0~Y, MAY. 0, 1930

THE ICIIAN DAILY

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DRt JONES STATE[S~
[IFE IS TOO -FASTI
TO AL WTH0UgHT,
Quaker rPs9r gys rvs .to
be 100-Horsepower, 100
Candlepower.I
CITES HOOVER EXAMPLE:
Says President Found Himselff

FAMOUS CHURCH PROV WE{PICTURESQUE SETTING rirUTyton Quesioned POLICE ATTACK
FOR WEDDING OF PR EIR MUSSOLINI'S DAUGH TbyER PULIE iji ID~Cmite MADRIDS'tUD T
- n nrrn I~T~tr~IN TREET. IQs
_____ ARID, May 5-Police .fred
1.~.a mob of student rioters here b
3 rrs of C.onsprator Brings ;- day and stray bullets were repo
"01 1on Outbreak of Mulattos ::.~ ed to have killed one workman a

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as by a Revelation or
Inspiration of God.
One hundred horsepower and1
one hundred candlepower lives{
should be our aim in the opinion
of Dr Rufus Jones, professor ofi
philosophy at Haverford: 'college,
who spoke before the Student
Christian Association convocationt
Sunday evening in Hill auditorium.
Dr. Jones is a Quaker by faithl
and while the service Sunday eve-
ning was in no manner similar to'
the Quaker service his address re-
flected the Quaker idea of life to
some extent. He accused our mod- I
er. life of being paced at too rapid
a rate and deplored the fact thatj
the average modern individual,
rarely if ever paused in the mad
rush to meditate in quiet and'
peacefulness. He compared modern
life to the famous Southern Cali-
fornia football player who ran the
wrong way for a touchdown. In
other words it is the belief of Dr.
Jones that we are driving hard and
fast in this modern existence, but
that our lives lack purpose and di-
rection.
Then the speaker went on to dis-
cuss spiritual energy and stated
that it existed all around us in the
same way that electricity exists in
all material bodies. He expanded
this thought by saying that St.
Paul was a revelation of spiritual
energy the same way that a street.
car was a revelation of electrical
energy. God, he said, was manifest
to us in many everyday events that
occurred often, but the trouble is
we do not recognize God in these
things.
While the speaker did not di-
rectly refer to President Hoover as
a Quaker, he cited him as an ex-
ample of a boy that fqund himself
suddenly as by a revelation of God,
as the result of time spent in quiet
imeditation. Herbert Hoover, con-
sidered, as rather queer in his
youth, decided to be an engineer in
a single inspiration, the momentus
of which, he says, carried him for-
ward ever since.

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Count Galeazzo Cian, one of
before the altar of the Church of
of the Italian premier.

Associated Press Photo
the Italian minist-rs of communications, pictured above as he kneeled
St. Joseph in Rome, with his bride, the former Edda Mussolini, daughter

in Worcester.
tr. an ,;.{
SOLDIERS GUARD TOWNS 1I/
Wv .4ssociated PIress 3
WORCESTER, Union of South Af-
rica, May 5-Police reinforcementsx
were rushed here today from Cape-
town to maintain control in the
znulatto section. In serious riot-
ing there Sunday one police cap-
tain was felled with an ax and his
throat slasned as he lay on the}
ground, five natives were killed and
19 natives and constables injured. Associated Press Photo
At one time in the course of the William H. Stayton,
street battle, the natives, infuriated, Chaixman of the board of the
by efforts of detectives to arrest Association against the Prohibition
potential trouble makers, drove the Amendment, who was questioned
olice fromthe scenetof e cs by the lobby investigating com-4
The constabulary later regained;
control, fully armed detachments mittee of the senate concerning r
guarding the section during the letter in which he is alleged to
night. d ghave pictured President Hoover as
Immediate cause of the outbreak j "not a dry at heart."
was the action of Maj. Thomas,
chief of the criminal investigation Biological Society
department, Capetown, who arrived ELfNe
in Worcester over the week-end to i Elects New .weers
investigate native trouble, and or-
dered arrest of a native whom he Phi Sigma, national honorary
noticed earlier in the day loading a biological society, at a recent meet-
rifle at the African national con- ing elected the following officersE
gress. for the coming year: Eldred R. Mar-
tell, Grad., president; Kenneth L.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-The Jones, instructor in Botany, vice-
Brown Derby is to Illinois what the president; Evelyn Dx' essel, Grad.,
Oil Can is to Michigan. Every year corresponding secreta ry; Elsie H.
Sigma Delta Chi holds a gridiron Bauchman, Grad., recording secre-,
banquet and awards the Brown tary; Donald J. Amee , Grad. treas-
Derby to the most "regular" pro- urer.
fessor of the university. urr.
.--

injured three others. Some stu-
dents and police were reported as
slightly injured.
The students had hoisted a red
flag over San Carlos Medical Col-
lege this morning, deserted their
classrooms and flocked on the cam-
pus, still protesting their treatment
Thursday night when police broke
up a demonstration of students who
had greeted Prof. Miguel De Una-
muno at the Norte Railway Sta-
tion.
Then they returned to the build-
ing, barricaded themselves and
stord the. police from the roof.
EUROPEAN TOUR
for
STUDENTS of ENGINEERING
and others
INTERESTED IN ECONOMIC
AND INDUSTRIAL PROBLEMS
July 5-$695-Sept. 1.
Visiting Engineering and Industrial Plants in
ENGLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY
and SWITZERLAND
with Conferences on
MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS
Also other
E UNIVERSITY &STUPNT TOURS
$395 and up
Offering
Courses with College Credit, in
FRENCH, SPANISH, GERMAN, ITALIAN,
ART, HISTORY, etc.
SCHOOL of FOREIGN TRAVEL, Incr
110 E. 42nd ST. NEW YORK CITY

New Air Ambulance

Introduced by Navy
po'Carolina Banks'
Wy.,Isocated Press)
NORFOLK, Va.,-Probably the!
most unusual ambulance service inj
the world is being operated by thel
United States navy in the semi-
barren land between Norfolk and
storm-swept Cape Hatteras.
The ambulance is a huge am-

D[EGATESATTENDYoung Pilot Seeks
OPELASEMBLY Fli ht Record
__3n East-West Hop
(By Asocawt c i .Press)
Edwards, Watanbe, Ittyerah, LOS L5' , jAy 5-Already
Hartwig and Brumm Visit possessor of a new east-west trans-
League of Nations. continental record for junior fliers,
j Frank Goldsborough, 0-year-old
DvDl'hCT%.T'T' T ADriANT TT1nTA +----------------------------

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Five delegates from the Univer-
sity attended the third annual

phibian airplane, with ample space model assembly of the League ofI
for the accommodation of patient I Nations, held last Friday and Sat-
and attendants, and its usage de- urday at Kalamazoo, under theI
veloped from the'almost complete auspices of Kalamazoo College and
veloed romthethe Western State Teachers' Col-}
isolation of the "Carolina Banks." lege.
On the "Carolina Banks" was theJ The representatives sent from
birthplace of the airplane, the here comprosed two full delega-
Wright brothers making the first ions, and included Douglas L. Ed-
Wrg t b o h r a i gt he frt w r s '31, John M . Brum m , '31,
flight from Kill Devil Hill Decem- - George Ittyerah, '31E, Lawrence E.
ber 17, 1903. Hartwig, '31, and Akira Watanabe.
Today, 26 years later, the modern Edwards, Brumm, and Watanabe
counterpart of the flimsy motorized represented Japan, and Ittyerah
flying craft is playing an important and Hartwig sat in the Indian sec-
role, thanks to the navy, is saving tion. All of the representatives
lives and easing suffering among spoke before the committees in
the citizens of the "banks." which they were placed.
Announcement was made at the
More than a day's travel remov- concluding session of the confer-
ed from hospitals on the mainland, ence that the fourth annual model
the residents of the section, who assembly will be held in the early
take their living from the sea and part of May at Hillsdale College,
the sound, have come to depend on Hillsdale, Michigan. The assem-
the navy's flying ambulance in in- blies include all of the colleges and
stances where speed is necessary universities in the state of Michi-
in taking a patient to a hospital. I gan.

Jackson Heights, IN. Y., ayiator, to-
day announced plans for a return
trip this week, seeking to establish
a faster west-eAsa marjk.
Goldsborough planned to pilot his
plane to San Francisco today. He
said he would return here later to
take-off again for the east.
After batting weather and flying
conditions that would have tested
the skill of a more experienced flier,
Goldsborough landed here at 1 p.
m., Sunday, to clip 13 hours and 57
minutes from the former junior
record held by Dick James. He com-
puted his flying time as 34 hours,
3 minutes.

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Optical Prescriptions Filled
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Light is the first of painters.
- EAERSOY
BUILDINGS
in Which
You Take Prides
ON THE CAMPUS, where clasp buildings
and memorial structures are so often
distingiishcd by their nole form, flood-
lighting equipment serves to prolong the
enjoyment of their beauty and to enhance
pride in the institution. Such an
appliation is made for the new 165-foot
campanile at South Dakota State -mag-
nificent gift of an alumnus. Electrically
operated chimes sound the hours and
are heard in concerts. At night, shafts of

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Brookings, S.ID. 1Perkins and Mdciytu'.architects

light from General Electric floodlighting

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projectors effect a picture of superb beauty

done in the school colors and white. From the air, the tower is identified by the
beam from a G-E airway beacon surmounting the floodlighted dome. Thus,
GE equipment plays its part in promoting progress and fine appreciation. Back of

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