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May 24, 1933 - Image 6

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Three Major Figures it World Tariff Confierences

sup-mer Plans
I1()t.11 led 'For
B.i uG..Ke
A10ni it iicrma 1-e)

Velrsaile Scholar

Baptists Attack
Pres. Roosevelt
For Wet ViewNs
WASHINGTON, May 23.-(A')-Thie
Southern baptist Convention, by a
voice vote of- its membIers, is on rec-
ord as feeling that "much to the
discredit of his administration" Pres-
ident Roosevelt had allowed the
White House to be used to "advertise
the beer business."
The convention adopted the reso-
lution Monday night as one of its
Anial acts bcfore turning today to
1. har"mony mecting with Northern
Satptists, the first joint session of
he two churches since theyspi
vcrh slavery 88 years ag o.

--Assocated Press Photo
1icc lars in the field of international econo nits are pictured in conference in London after the
t@rn^;'iea;un r .qssl for an intin-national tariff truce was Dadopted by the organization cominittec of the world
cis:;:zrainac acn.nfercncc. Left to right.: Signor i: Crvandi, tit:ian ambassador to Great Britain; Norman
lDavis, Eu1rro:'ean negftBator for President Roosevelt; 'andlHerr von Bloesch, German ambassador to Great
t'r it.in.,

Th^ activities oft
r -roundcs Dcpartmer
o the routine main'
. a l upkeep of the c:
;1inncr months, a
card( C. Pardon, s
;uilcdings and grc
nents have been in
-'awp.ng of the cal
4nci t he depart-nent
.ip with the worm.
;et of the depart
fllow any very ext(
'mprovement s tithe:
)r grounds, Mr. Par
The usual nucc
roofs are to be mad(
aier. The departmc
uled to paint the oL
versity High School.
Repairs which a
during the summner
the replacement of
in the Chemistry 1
checking over of tha
Dental Clinic, will
this summer, Mr. P
A further decrea
of the department
only those repairs
solutely necessary
tion of the buildini
These would include
outside painting tc
dow casements fr,
Pardon explained.
The department
for mechanical we
jobs in competition
tractors and ifi
enough, it is awa:
this way, the Build,
Department has d
chanical work in t1
rangle group and n,
tract to paint thei
Hall, Mr. PardonE

Adult Education Institute Planis
To Hold Second Sessioin Here
The Adult Education Institute, a Law," Prof. John F. Shepard, "The
joint, co-operative organization of Psychology of Religion;" Prof. Avard
the extension division of the Univer- Fairbanks, "A Demonstration of
sity and the Michigan Federation of Modeling;" Grove Patterson, editor
Women's Clubs, will hold its second of the Toledo Blade, "The Public and l
annual convention from June 5 to 9. the Schools;" Prof. Leonard L. Wat-
The program of the institute will kips, "Inflation of the Currency;"
consist of a series of lectures on in- Prof. Howard Y. McClusky, "The
ternational affairs, current educa- Psychology of Adolescence;" R. V.

the Buildings and
nt will be limited
tenance and gen-
°ampus during the
eceording to Ed-!
.upecrintendent of
ounds. Improve-!
rade in the land-
mpus since 1922
is now all caught


tion of Farm Relief."
Dr. Maud E. Watson, "Mental Hy-
giene;" Dr. Thomas Woody, Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, "Philosophy of
Education in the Soviet Union;" Prof.'
John E. Tracy, "The Stock Ex-
change;" Prof. Max Handman, "Or-

bcniQC5wiuUUno The resolution wyas approved over
~nsiv e changes or - n opposition plea that it was -um-
r in the building s ecesisar iy disrespectful to the Presi-
rdon said.ent of the1cUnitd straes."
-dnsad o Iit 1sso:.cad TC Photo It e~presscd "regret" Othat11Mr.
s a r y r ep a ir s t o l v t n I . G a t f N e Y r kj
c during the sum- Gato e ok Roosevelt hlmd usedl the influceo
ent is also sched- 'chairman of Yale Daily News, was and power of his office for repeal of
utside of the Uni- voted ley his senior clasxnates of the Eighteenth Amendment" and for
L. Sheff'iel scientific school, Yale Uni- the legalization of beer.
arc; usually made vcrsity, as the man who has done The opposition was led 1by L. Wail-
months, such 4.sth motfrYlhe an os ter P. Binns of Roanoke, Va. Cries
,f worn-out sinkstemotfrYlh an os of "no" "no!" rose as he moved to
Building and the admired; most brilliant, and most strike out the sections- pertaining to
,e plumbing in the likely to succeed, the President's Prohibition views.
be taken care of Dr. K. A. Handy of Baltimore came
'ardon said. AMERICAN FRENCHMEN to Binns' support, saying he under-
se in the budget French students at Emory College stood the resolution included Mrs.
would mean that do wiings in a different way. They Roesevelt also, since "she stood for
which were ab- are segregated in a small vilage en- the serving of beer in the White
for the preserva- tirely their own, where they speak House as was 'ter personal right to
gg could be made. rnhecuiey.A oga hydo so."
.e roof repairs andFrnhecuieyAslgasty
can act like Parisians without im- He pronounced the convention pro-
o e rstingwMr. porting Follies Bergeres, they'll lead posal "not in keeping with high
°om rsting Mr.a pleasant life, their classmates say. ideals."
sends in its bid
ork and painting
i with other con-
its figure is low
rded the job. In TH
lings and Grounds
on e all th e m e- ' - A
1enew Law Quad- M C G N L A U
ow holds the con-A""
nside of Hutchins M I
iEAD, Scotland,_______________
submarine L-23
;h a trawler in a
h~e flotilla reportedDIN ER
___.edasisane 75c, 85c and $1.00 50c andz75c
Tea will be served in
. Evening Dancing in the Grill
P. Telephone 2-3251 for Youtr Reservotion

tion and dinner in honor of Gov. ganized Labor in Europe;" Prof.; SUB DAMAGE
William Comstock and Mrs. Corn- Charles F. Remer, "Japanese Venture'KNARS Y
stock, President Alexander G. Ruth- in China;" Prof. G. E. Densmore, KNAID
yen nd rs. uthen, nd rs."Some Common Mistakes in Pronun- May 23.-(IP)-The
R. L. C. Proust, elation;" Dr. David Trout, Hillsdaleelie oa i
"The Emotional Life of the Child;" thick fog near her
Among the speakers and speeches "Euato The captain of tU
are: Prof. John L. Br'umizn, "What Prof. W. D. Henderson, 'Education
Maks God la;" ro. ErlJ.and the Changing Order;" Prof., that the L-23 did n
Brc oado,"ieAeia rgs .oeig n oatc}Painters;" Prof. Arthur B. Moehi- w- I
Thought; Prof. James K. Pollock, ma,"innig h"chos" and
'The Present Situation in Germanizy;" Prof,.FRobertg tohey, Canadian
Mis mm . Fx, "arlamenaryvs. American Banking System."
The enrollment fee for the entire
Reer 'week is $2. Persens who may wish
t 1YJ~' to attend for a single day may do;
so for $1. This charge does not in- *
Fees 6 ! elude the luncheons, teas, dinner, or
Dra matic Festi val Plays. ..

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