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THTIHHA N 1) A[11,Y

VA6E FIVE

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Ask ar-Tinie
Factory rlad oW g
Of l'rodiuci Im
WASINTON 7?:, JA-pr il 29.--(iP)-
T e ' at O a o M-facturers ,undert-ook tod ay an c m a af)efSF.Y Ltv
inea#}ures for iutr iia la2nung andA
control of prod'uction.
Within a few hou±r atrthea-
soc iation had -voted Frid ('ay for r,-
creation of the, Cou.nc,,il of National
Defense,a cozan:iitte . of 25 leodifi;
the support of President roosev('t
and Congress.
At the same tline it aprve.e
vival of PeietWlo' ees
couincil, the association cadopted a
resclution opposin-g the proposed 30-?.
hour work-week legislation n o wj
paeding in Congress.
44There alr ead ;y is an instru-
Ment for nat ional indu stial plan-
nling and control an intuetthAt
proved its wort h; before, during and
after the World war,," Robert L. Lund '
of St. Louis told the association, of
which he is President. "Through the
revival of this wrga niration--tho Na-
tional Council of Defcnse-we haveI
ready-made an erz e: ;icy peace
machine and per ounnelfo act qick-
ly, definitely, and above all constr ue-
tively to end thew impasse in wic
induistry finds itself."
In place of the 30-hour woi k-wCela
bills the association proposed virtual
abrogation of the anti-trust laws in,
favor of industrial agreemients dar'-
ing the emergency period.
One of those strongly supporting
the defense council resolution was
Howard E. Coffin, Newc York, wzho
asked' President Hoover to revive h
council and issued ",everal state -
mhents when Mr. Hoover declined to
do so.

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hwh~laana May 3

PHONE
Holland Furnace Co.
7 f for your F4
T h( Clean, Eflrdeii Way

TYPEWRITERS - PORTABLE
Ncr, Seoc d..-H , Rebuilt,
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U~ndervoc&, 3Royal, Rin-toa.
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A~oci t11'"es Photo
L ~ ~ ~ ~~~c usec .gciat fNew
pewn For State
I cc I lphoto *, i^"r ~may now sub-
:,it enries k ;to i e Scond AMichigar
'.xhibiuion of' Phot'o raphy inl Detroit,
pr n to any resident of Mvichigan.
ceig cnduiedby the Detroit In-
;iueof' A.rts a ,.d the Detroit Free
?-rers, i .t s annoI1un cd yes:~'terda"y.
_:i-_1c ontestant may submitlJfour
inoutd photographs and thosc
diedupon by the judges will be
it .a i the Art Institute. The ni1c-
urer re..cjudged; on the basis of the
art'istry displayed in a.,angement of
inz phoographing. Photographs will
' e abou't four by ven inlches.
La': yea of"hO ntries 120 were
eleced t be ungin the Art Iti-
itde T'e is DtoI iternza-
.un c, . nofIndustrialPht-
~phyis lsobeiig ccnducted at thes
axre ime.It is openl to photo -
apixer a overth' woxrld.
t u.:.''als have ^already arrived
v~c asfo awy a Sattle and Lon-I
den,. it w;as paid. The exhibition con-
,cerns the most mecdvrn type of
" h. , e_, _,.p\hy. tha t, f the machine'
0he- L i Cdteforenrac is!
May ~ ~ ii h n hpItre selectd will
r_;y,', and Mic-s Marie Zetiler

ent'lc l~vhv e eiaoi ie ~~ ~ ~ he Ui aersiL:s ffrm1 Ctative ebateY
po1e.'_:oiol hsU anm team will mcZet Indiana's negative
of ecy fa _mht<m<nat the uni.- IlC gt flL 1it ctam at 3p. in,,Wednesday, Hill
Cerit, ut.tm_ stof his tcha..- sB Pi'or. IL i . s : 't ~Aulditoriu. This is a Western Coe2-J
IL _titi. ; ,7:i Sv?. 1..[eretice debate on the question: "Re-
_ solved, That a Limitation in En-
1'.arningto ayoung womZen1 that gleer' potx1ta fecieadrllmcnt of Western Conference LUni-
~uisfat co-es fromi a well known z "=cful rnve ti tahen in bialegybI j versifies and Other Comparable In-
relig ious temra :nee cadquarters cn teachcr;3 were 12e'ft:-d Dot by tlie va-, stitutions Should be Effected by
ihe Northwester.,n campus. paet nn paeis of the L'iolo icai Con- I-taising Scholarship Standards."
zy th.e thocught is ithat saving a girl's e cld rlr:cta.J axtid Saes rday ir This wil be the last debate for
iiguire saves hex' ol Friends of the ,he Varsity this year. The team will
f lowing bowl comnplaini that this n cnnx"c with the Soho olma tors' ,3e made up of Clinton D. Sandusky,
atakof the Drys seems much like Club. i3, Edward H. Litehfield, '36, and
iing below the belt. The meeting, under the chairman-! Wilbcx't L. Hindman Jr., '33. Both
- -~---ship' of Prof. Harley H. Bartlett, was1 Sandusky and H-indmnan have parti-!
' dd these to your list of defini- held in the form of a symposium, elinatfed in previous conference dc-
'dons:: A commission is a small body onder the tgeneral topie of Opportu- bates.
of puzzled men entirely surrounded, ufty fox' Investigation i Natural Hbis- ____________________
by gratuitous advice-Daily Illini; A tc ry by High School Teachers. T
, ccd education enables you to get Professor George R. LaRue, in the LI j ~IlinLI I
into imo. e ntellgen t tcuble--Ar- lixroductoxry address, stre:,sed the, rdnja umrScol(c
nont' I'1ei News. And add this to fact that teachers should take part elcuoa)Jn 6Jl 9
yo 'rlist of imean technocrats. A pro- in xresearch. whichbleads to contin- M Boar anly uitison~. Eeentau,.
r0s-or in the physics department at Inous scholarly growth. Dxr. W. W boarmdiaTtio dvn.cEem.e,
the University of' British Columbia Bishop, librarian of the University, ' for eircular to Secretary. Resi-
nowr keeps tab on his5 classes with a pontd out the "a.iou ways, tuchdential french Summrer iSchoox.
. punctuality machine." The machine as making photostat copies of maps LiecGILL UNIVERSITY
flas hes a sarcastic "late a gain" at the and books, or by sending out books I MO NTREA L, CANADA
tardy student and accompanies the on intexr-libraxry loans, in wvhich the
rebuke with a loud jingling of bells. libxrary can be of use to isolated and
--- -- independent investigators, o s well as
1Sixty per cent of the Syracuse Uni- those located here in the University. T HE PI NTED PAGE
versity students~ date only once a Vjictor Cachalane of the Cx'anbx'ook
month, some not at all. Isiuee cec tBomil Offers This 'Week -
t,'h;s stat einc'ri ofa univcersity so- Hills was elected chairman fox' next Noel Coward's '"Design for Living"
:ioogea pxo 'C5Oi Ws he ass c-year's me tng . In eonclusiou of the C'Geor'ge Kauffman and Edna
~cntly for an investigaticn by' the recetin Przofessox' Lax,'dett said that ebx "ine tEgt
Univrsiy Wmex's ounil n hwthe OconLeence had been planned
ao further social contacts among the with the. idea of showing how inves- BOOKS 5c A DAY--NO DEPOSIT
tu dEnts. The Syracuse Daily Orange tigators themnselves liked to go about 14 Nickels Arcade
says thie women advocate gxreater in- research i '11the various fields open The Most Complete Assortment
formality. The women agr'eed that alot, h tahrado hw
so-called "social mixers" create "ax- In; cotohe auhetho ad owhchshey of New ~Books in Town
tificia itutos and so faizl in their mizght uu in their studies.
Spurpose. __ _____

c^Evcryrthing modern -.Ihc Swiss Challcngces Comnparison"

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A Roller Skatin'

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ACTIVITIES.

T.' .oux'nanltS in the various spring
sports are beginning next week and
from the! numberm of entxries so fax'
muchi enthusiasm is bein; shionv in
dhem.
Sorosis and Marth1a Cooks are both
entering more tha. n one tenmriii theI
intra-mural baseblalconte ssrow ilm
progre S, "Tweni ty-six teams;-1are com1-
peting and games-ncar'e beinig played
off from 4 to ii p. i;1. every Monday,I
Wednesday, and Friday,
It is still time to sign uip for singles,
doubles, a ln ixe.d doub les in tenniS,
for the clay cour'ts will not be ready -
until tomorx'ow,: All who played in
the touxnanxentI last fail ar'e urgedc
to sign up ffnr this season. Dor'is

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It was reported that one faculty
inem7bex' advocated a s rt of fr'ater-
nity house where both mien and
w omeln could live, while anlother sug-
gested that a fa-ulcty member be ap)-
{ ointed for each house to arrxange for'
dates and take the place of the old-
fashioned paxrcnt.
Another sugge> stions that s eemed to
meet with favor was tat thle faculty
lift thle ban pi'ohibx ting wkomen from=
entering- fiat ex'nity houses except for
j egi.> tred ocial Qgatl i nns.
If this dating situI'ation dentin-I
pcVe mrater ia;ly n1 the necrfuture,.
it was suggested that Syra"Pcuse Uni-
vex'sty tux'n all its ,buildings ixnto
1diimly lighted libhrar'ies for a week or
so ,,ii let naturec take its cour:;e.
Ob erval ton( from here;o^.d<here1
Un iv ersity of PrsaeAeia

Theday ofmillions of thrills to Mothers of America
w -osheatsthrb wth oythrough the manifests of
devotion -tendered by those whom they love most, their
cikir n. It is the happiest day of all the year to the
Mov=cthers who receive the tender tributes that m-ean to CI
I be the saddest day, too, to Mothers who carelessly or
sj' cruelly remain negiected.
t OR MOTHERS' DAY C.ARDS
Now SUS! ' AJ 6 OF LOVE J1
Nowis cc -im torn~ke ourselection while the
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F RANC°x C-BOYCPHOTO COMPANY
ANI' ARBRSG E1CCARD CENTER
3 orth Uxti vkbpity 103 East Liberty

You Mustn't Fall
But Yet You aty.

T (Swis~,s (1leaiicrs Do

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The I at nor haneding in the golf Utah are not allowed to run cigarette
ccoe asas een rextended until7 advertiei/>z ~nEns %which hint orsuggest,"
oroxo nonC-cording to rJane 1 thiat women should smoke-A sur+1 ?.L".3 J 41 Vy
'i; ucker. '33, manageI'.IIualifyingrr )an1Eastern i.e' z(,y showed ha
Sresms be in early sixnce thr'ee 6.3 per cent of the students sleep
torn mnt a' to be run--begin- threugh at leas:t three how's of!
a x~aixitrmee i tadvanced. classes eachwe.

209 South 4'11 Av.
C. H. SCHElROEM'

2 NoAh University

F. P. HALL

ERWIN SCHIROEN

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TUESDAY NIGHT~r - INGALLS STREET AT NORTH UNIVERSITY
'Wcdw lesday Nigh t if Postponed Because of Bad Weather)

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Sa roCH L gEN K E R "2 y o u- , y o UNc

LIST F EYNTS ND PIZES
1. Boys 100-yard dash ( under 13-lst mr'lieTennis Racket (Mor tgom exy Ward &: Co.) ; 2nd prix-e
'Theatre {yP:assies.
2. "I.en's 150-;yard das h - AA prize Kasl ette Radc cio Rl aynrcont Radio Shop; Wined prze Golf balsla (Go.
Moe Shoxrt Shop).
r.r;ls' 65-yard dash (uxndler'1n~ prizec Tenn is slIacks (Collins Shop).
4. Women's 102-yard dash--Ist prize Wi- eEvening ag t(Goodyear's) ; 2nrd prize Book Ends Kress Gift
Shop).
5. Menx's fancy sk;atixxg--lst prize Sweatexr (Wild & Co.): 2nd ilrize 3 Pasces to Gr'ai cxis Ballrowm.
6. Womnen's fancy skating-Ist prize Fouxntain Pen Witham. Dr'ug); 2nd prize Woodenx Lettexr Opener
(Fostex's).
7. Couple skating--lot prize L-ather Billfold (Fostex's, Purse (Jacobson's".
8. Mixedi couple (ginl backwards) -1st prize Suspenders (Saffel &r Bush), Hosiery (Mar'ilyn Shop).
0. Potatdo relay (ouce movexnent)---Ist prizc Bo s of Candy (Betsy Ross Shop) ; 2nd prize a Tennis Balls
Fischer' Har'dwar'e).
110. Fr'atexrnity a ld Jindependent xrelay--$5 woxrthx of ecaning sexrvice (Goldman Br'os.).
11. Soxrority rela, ' 8 Theatre Passes.
12. Backwar d skating-Ist prize Fountaixn Pen (W~ah-'-) ' 21).0 rize Cigar'ette case '(F'oster's).
13.G, ,ucest costume-lsL, prize $3 W.orth of Trad? at Slater's.

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Nickel Plated- Steel Faced Bearings
Ankel Pad and Key Included
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214 South 4th Avenue

213-215 W. Liberty i t.

Phone '433163

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skaters vwear
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Campqus Head quartors for Phoenix Hosicry

"CHICAGO" ROLLER SKATES

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(for ladies)
IRegular Size
1'for .......
311 S. Main St.

$1.Z5

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15C ec., 2 for.

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