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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Leaders in Italy's Present Fascist-Catholic Conflict

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Former Editor
Announces
e Idea.'

U OF PRESENT AGE
ehce Cook Little and Other
Nt0nal Figures Praise
Fothcoming Project.
By John W. Pritchard.
velyn Lbinski, spec., former ed-
of he Quill and now a student
the University, will soon an-
mnce a new magazine, conceived
er the guidance of nationally
minent thinkers, which has
n' ealid "a new, unique idea,
olutionizing the concept of edi-
ship.'"
l prospectus states that the mag-
hie "is devoted to philosophic
dt of the age in which we are
ng. It believes that the factors
ducing our present civilization
h to be more comprehensively
>Wnl, and th t thby a be known
y< through. their temporal per-
ctive.
It will encourage an interest in
fxnm.ng of an ideal of freedom
the bsis of a study of our pres-
p"li ica and economic life and
a psycholoical and sociological
dy of our instinct for liberty and
co-o erative needs of society."
C ont ibu0ions Promied
tiss Labinski has already secured
financial backing of a number
prominent men and women in
state, and has obtained the
kised contributions of G. P.
s, of the philosophy depart-
I of the University f Califor-
, Alvin Johnson of the New
awl of Social Research, D. H.
ker, 0. J. Campbell, Sidney
, and other writers of equal
hbse familiar with Quill, the
idical whose career was cut
rt by the illness of Miss Labin-
two years ago, may know some-
rig of its editor's history.
t twelve she sold a little hand-
ften paper to a group of cronies
a dollar a copy. The paper evolv-
through the intermediary stage
:ypewritten and carbon copies to
first printed issue of Quill, fi-
iced by anticipatory subscrip-
a1s.
he periodical, now a mature re-
was supported by advertise-
ts- from large firms. Her editor-
p received the praise of such
pas Peter Monroe Jack and
ailes A. Beard.
Countinued Studies.
[esnwhile her studies were con-.
ued, " at Flint Junior College,
,ugh extended trips to New York
I Chicago, and most recently at
:higan. During this period of her
-aneed education the idea of a
and publication had been rapid-
developing, until it at last as-
ied practical and concrete form.
e forthcoming publication was
lWed under the advice and guid-
e of Avin Johnson, Gorman B.
neon, Dean E. Martin, Mark Van
een, Professor Edman of Cotum-
S.D. Shmnalhauasen, D. H.
ker, Clarence Cook Little, for-
. president' of the University,
ney Hook, and others.
t many backers include George
0ooth of the Scripps Publishing
pany, Ms. Helen R. Dean of
ot, Mrs.C. A. Cumings of
and Mrs. W. S. Ballenger of
ittle has commented thus on the
[templated periodical: "I believe
s thepobject of the magazine
, its standards are such as to
erve the most whole-hearted
ouragement on the part of any-
who is in a position to help it
. I believe that Miss Labinsky
shown that she has the ability
energy to carry through the
sect to a successful conclusion."
ven Plays Planned
,y Summer Repertory

(Continued from Page 1)
collaborated in the writing of
of the summer presentations
ercier came to the United States
rly two years ago to enter the
7f of the Cornish school. He was
nerly connected with the Thea-
du Vieux Colombier, Paris. He
remain here three weeks to di-
the Marivaux comedy.
tudents in summer school who
i to try out in any of the pro-
tions will be given full consid-
ion, Windt said.

Catholic opposition by Fas-
cists, which recently went to
the extreme of bombings, has
at last been somewhat quieted,
and a peaceful settlement seems
pjossible. Pius IX (left) has
charged the Fascisti with hate
and violence, and Mussolini
(above) has ordered drives on
all foes of Fascism.

The Latest Picture of Potie Pius IX,

Ha'olNAVY
TO CORNIIH ON

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What's GoingOn SPRING ACTIVITIES
THEATRES
-dir Mendelssohn-B 1 a n c h e
ka in "Caprice" at 3:15 and

8:15 o'clock.
Secretary Adams and Others to Majestic--Vic MeLaglen, Eddie
Lowe, Greta Nissen, and El Bren-
Discuss Naval Expenses del in "Women of All Nations," and
at Rapidan Camp. Charles Chase in "High C's."
Michigan-B a r b a r a Stanwyck,
WASHINGTON, June 5. -(A')-- Ricardo Cortez; Monroe Owsley,
President Hoover will discuss the and Sally Blanc in "Ten Cents a
possibility of curtailing expenses of Dance," and Charles Chase in
tle naval establishment with Sec- "Rough Seas."
retary Adams and other naval offi- Wuerth-Dorothy Lee and Edna
cials Saturday athis Rapidan camp. Mae Oliver in "Laugh and Get
Secretary Adams is prepared to Rich."
inform the chief executive a sav- -- -------------~~
ing of about $7,000,000 was brought
about this fiscal year due to con- A e Fids He Cant
ferences last summer at the Vir- FC
ginia camp. He is expected to as- Mx Art and Zology
sure the chief executive a similarf---
amount probably would be return- Shiny Automobile Gets Hard
ed to the treasury next year. The T ment an FieldTrip.
reductions are not expected by Treat
naval officials to impair- depart-
mental efficiency. By Glenn R. Winters.
The curtailment is expected to The old conflict between art and
come through rigid economy and science has broken out anew. At
the abandonment of obsolescent least, D. J. Arneel of the zoology de-
shore stations. A general movement partment has come, to the conclu-
toward closer concentration of nav- sion that he must keep his efforts
al activities was instituted last in these two fields more widely,
year, particularly on the Atlantic separated. Ameel set out on a field
coast, and this is expected to be trip the other day with a fresh
continued. Operations at a few sta- polish on his sedan, so bright you
tions were reduced in 1930 and could see your face in it. He parked
economies were effected. the car far from the highway in a
In a White House statement on pasture and went about his work.
Thursday it was said the navy de- Shortly after he had gone the
partment had been co-operating large red bull that guards that
with the president in his efforts to meadow came up to investigate,
reduce expenditures and would and finding an animal of his own
continue to do so, despite publish- kind, sex and attitude looking out
ed reports that officials were not from the glossy Duco, engaged him
optimistic over further reductions. in battle. Ameel arrived in haste
and prevented serious consequene-
Highway Conference es, but' not before the bull had
"locked horns" several times with
to Print Proceedings his imaginary adversary.

Boxing, Wrestling, Tennis, Golf,
Have Been Popular Among
Numerous Offerings.
The end of the freshman physi-
cal education schedule for the se-
mester was reached with the last
class yesterday. During the period,
1,300 freshmen took part in the ac-
tivities which were arranged for
them.
Six regular class groups, meeting
twice each week, formed the nue-
leus for all other activities, boxing,
wrestling, swimming, fencing, cross-
country and indoor track, hockey,
football, tennis, baseball, golf, and
gymnastics. I'
The objective of the freshman
physical education plan, according
to Dr. George A. May, director of
Waterman gymnasium, was to give
the students some idea of the value
of exercise tagen regularly through
the year.
After spring vacation, freshmen
were allowed to reclassify into out-
door exercise groups, such as track,
baseball, soft ball, tennis, and golf
teams with two regular gym classes
organized; and swimming, hand-
ball, boxing, and wrestling to
choose from, in addition.
A large number of freshmen se-
lected swimming when reclassify-
ing, either because they did not
ktiow how too swim,. or merely to
take advantage of the, opportunity
to change from gym work, Dr. May
said.

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Proceedings of theseventeenth
highway engineering conference
will b~e printed during the~ latter
part of this month Prof. . L. Mor-
rison, of the highway engineering :
and highway transports department, I
said yesterday.
The highway engineering confer-
ence was held last February under
the direction of thercollege ofhent i-
neering in co-operation with the'l
Michigan state highway depart-
ment and the Michigan Association
of Road Commissioners and Engi-
neers.

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