Mitchell Case Judge
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Board today went into the open mar- - -
ket for the purchase of $25,000,000 in One-Time Congregationali
Secretary of the Treasury William Church Head Here Now
H. Woodin explained the purpose of Has 'Larger Parish'
the move was to replace $25,000,000
in government bonds with currency. In an article in the June issue of
No currency inflation is involved, the A icn M he Drn Llod
rather credit expansion is sought, heChe ADrcng a nepstr.oyd
addd.Cassel Douglas, once .pastor of thei
added.__i-local Congregational Church and au-
thor of typo recent best-sellers, "Mag-'
League. The tap chorus will practice nificent Obsession" and "Forgive Us
at 3:30 in the W.A.A. building. Our Trespasses," explains why he;
A dress rehearsal of all three chor- left the pulpit.
uses will be held at 9:00 p. m. tonight Dr. Douglas, despite his 10 year!
on the garden balcony. Every girl absence .from Ann Arbor, still has a
must be present.
Harris Hall: Open house this aft-
ernoon at the Hall from four to six
at which time tea is served.
St. Andrew's Church: Thursday
wide circle of friends here.
"A Nation-Wide Parish"
"r am now turning my attention to
a larger parish-a nation-wide parish
of novel readers," Dr. Douglas said -Associated Press Photo
in his article. And he explains that Federal Judge Henry W. Goddard
he wishes to give an account of -the is presiding at the trial in New York
"trials and tribulations" of a minis- of Charles E. Mit4he;1, fcrmer chair-
ter's life., man of the National City Bank, on
Many people believe, he said, that a charges of evad ig income tax pay-
pastor's life, is a hard one. That is ments. .
true,. but not for the, reasons they
think of, he states. Different from-
the common belief, a minister is not 31.
paid an extremely low salary and,,
Dr. Douglas asserts, in 30. years his
salary check has never been 24 hours ac iiie s OW
oveidue. The catch is that the min-
ister is "loaded with obligations he O erat in r
can never hope to repay" and he is
constantly harassed by favors asked
of him by people who have reason to A three million volt electrostatic
believe he should be grateful to them. machine has recently been installed
The minister does not have any of- in a basement room of the East
fice hours-he is always on the job, Physics Building. The odd-appearing
Dr. Douglas asserts. His reputation is apparatus is to be used by Prof.q
built largely on the work he does James M. Cork of the physics de-
outside of the pulpit among the par- partment for experiments on the dis-
ish. On national and religious holi- integration of atoms.
days, when the working man is free The machine is composed of a
at home with his family, the minis- metal sphere six feet in diameter7
ter must be in his church. which is perched 15 feet in the air
Doesn't Like "Collecting" on the top of an insulating post.
It is expected, the article declares At the bottom of the machine, elec-
that both the minister and his family tricity at a potential of 20,000 volts is
are of a sanctimonious nature and sprayed on a paper belt which runs
that they are of the type that for- up through the insulated supporting
mulated the "blue laws" in New Eng- tube to the top, discharging the elec-
land. For this reason they are con- tricity in the large sphere. Theoret-
stantly embarrassed by the actions ically, the limit of the voltage which
and words of their friends. It is he, can be obtained is three million volts,
who is called upon to perform the though so far, not more than two
distasteful act of warning those who, million volts have been produced. "
in the opinion of their friends or This machine is of the Van de
relatives, are becoming dissolute, Dr. Graaf type, and is the largest in the
Douglas continues, world now operating. Most of the ap-
Another of the pastor's oppressing paratus for Professor Cork's machine
problems is that of collecting from was made here i University shops.
the parish the quota assigned by the
church boards for missionary work. New Ambassad1r
And if he succeeds in collecting the
full quota his reward will probably be ' vc e/ Iiy _i n1"
that he is asked to make an emer-
gency drive for more money, as the LONDON, May 23.- (Il'--Robert
boards have already spent all they W. Bingham, new United Mates am-
had asked for, Dr. Douglas states. bassador, riding behind prancing
Until he resigned to devote his en- King's horses in an open royal car-
tire time to writing, Dr. Douglas riage, went to Buckingham Palace
preached every Sunday to an au- this morning, officially met King
dience of 2,000 in Montreal. He now George and presented his credentials.
plans to live with his family in Bos- Ray Atherton, embassy counsellor,
ton. and chiefs of the embassy depart-
ments accompanied the ambassador.
Bold Burglar Cowed
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Farmer Goes Modern
With Silo-Sun Bath
PAINESVILLE, O., -IP)-A new
use for a silo has been found by
J. C. Burnett, manager of a farm at
Kirtland, southwest of here.
When he tore down an old barn
to make way for an elaborate Four-
teenth Century garden, Burnett re-
modeled the silo into an elevated sun
A winding staircase inside leads to
a platform, inclosed by a high railing,
and here only the sky's chariot
driver, the birds and perhaps a few
curious aviators can peek at those
who choose this retreat for sun baths.
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Day and Evening Classes
State & William Sts.
Last Times Today
party Friday or Saturday (we dance until 2:00 on week-ends).
On the Stage
-On the Screen!
JE E. BVOW
"ELMER the GREAT"
in Stirring Drama
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