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FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1931
KEARNiS CONCLUDES
RANS FOR HUMAN
RELATIONS PARLEY

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Committee Assured University
Athletics Are Conducted
in Approved Way.

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Purpose of Meeting

Is to Destroy

Present Bars of Racial
Prejudices.
J. E. BEAL TO PRESIDE
Lcaders of Different Religions
Will Visit Ann Arbor
for Discussion.
Plans for the human relations
parley of religious good-will, to be
held March 28 and 29, have been
completed by William Kearns, ',
chairman of the religious advisc y
committee of the Student Christian
association which is sponsoring the
meet.
The purpose of the conference,
which will be attended by religious
leaders from throughout the coun-
try, is to effect a better mutual un-
derstanding between members of
the different faiths represented in
the University, and to destroy pres-
ent bars of racial prejudice.
Beal to Be Chairman.
Regent Junius E. Beal will act as
honorary chairman of the confer-
ence, with President Alexander G.
Ruthven serving as ex-officio head.
Leaders'of different religions who
will come to Ann Arbor from their
native cities to conduct the two-
day discussions are ,Dr. Everett R.
Clinchey, executive of the national
conference of Jews and Christians,
representative of the federal coun-
cil of associated churches, and now;
visiting professor of social science
at Rollins college in Florida; Dr.
Leo Franklin, rabbi of the Temple
Bethel of Detroit, and Prof Ells-
worth Faris, of the University o1'
Chicago.
At the beginning of the parley,
more than 20 faculty members and
Ann Arbor townspeople interested
in religious problems will start a
discussion on the platform, that
will continue for an hour. At the
expiration of their informal session,,
the meeting will be open to the
public, with questions being asked.
and answered from both floor and
platform.
To Give Guest Cards.
A special feature of the confer-
ence will be a section reserved for
those that have received guest
cards from the student directors of'
their respective congregations. Two
hundred fifty cards will be distri--
buted by the Student Christian as-
sociation in proportion to the num-
ber of students each religion claims
in the University. Although mem-
bers of all faiths will be invited to
promote discussion, those in the re-
served section will be recognized
first by the chairman, and their
discussion will take precedence over
any other.
Placards depicting the faculty
members, and visiting scholars who
will lead the discussion from
the platform will be distributed
throughout the campus and in fra-
ternity houses and dormitories,
Kearns announced last night
Ice Company Employe
Discovered Dead in Bin
Discovered dead in the coal bin
of the Artificial Ice and Coal com-
pany Wednesday night by Herman
Donner, 310 Spring street, Henry
Reary, an employ, was said by Cor-
oner Edwin C. Ganzhorn, who was _
summoned by police, to have died
of heart failure.
Detective Cliffor West, who was
called to the ice plant by Donner,
could throw no light on the fact
that Reary had apparently met
death in the coal bin. According to
police he had been living in a shackj
on Jackson avenue in the vicinity
of the fair grounds.
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY
-Plans for an inter-fraternity song
contest based on the presentation
of' an original alma mater s o n g

were announced here by the music _
department.
INVITATIONS
AND
PERSONAL CARDS
Long years of experience
Dependable Service
A Red Arrow Place
0. D. MORRILL

CHICAGO, March 12.-(AP)-En-
riched by approximately 30,000
w o r d s of testimony and assured
that University of Iowa athletics
are being conducted in a manner
approved by the Western confer-
ence, the Iowa legislative investi-
gating committee had returned to
Des Moines today.
The committee which is probing
the administrative affairs of the
state university, spent two days in
Associated Press Photo Chicago quizzing Major John L.
A-cw -B - Griffith and Amos Alonza Stagg,
William Duncan Herridge, sr., athletic director of the Univer-
New Canadian minister to the sity of Chicago, on the reasons why
United States, who has taken up Iowa was suspended from athletic
his duties at Washington. He is relationship with other Big Ten
from Ottowa, Canada. schools in May 1929.
The committee learned, at some
University Symphony length, that Iowa was adjudged
BCD Y @ Y® l!7iguilty of having recruited and sub-
to Present Program sidized athletes, had countenanced
a loan fund for athletes and had
The University Symphony orches- permitted alumniainterference in
tra, under the direction of Prof. the management of its athletic af-
David E. Mattern, of the music fairs.
school, will be featured tomorrow It also learned that the so-called
night from the broadcasting studio. "Belting fund," was not known to
A special national broadcasting have existed when Iowa ousted, and
program this week has made it that the former director of ath-
necessary to change the hour of letics, Dr. Paul Belting was not
broadcast from 7:30 to 8 o'clock. responsible , for Iowa's athletic
The faculty addresses will be given troubles. Major Griffith assured the
from 9 to 9:30 o'clock. members of the committee that the
The faculty speakers on the pro- Big Ten has confidence in the abil-
gram will be Prof. S. Lawrence Bige- ity of President Walter Jessup and
low, of the chemistry department, Athletic Director E. H. Lauer, to
who will take as his subject "The properly handle the school's ath-
Air We Breathe, the .Hare Gasses letics.
in it," and Prof. Orlan Boston, of A number of athletes who bene-
the engineering college, who will fited by a Belting fund were de-
discuss "Metal Cutting." clared ineligible in February, 1930.

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