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Coast To Coast To
it In Kansas Relay Aeet

life of a comminity naturally gathers.

WHAT'S GOING ,ON
. . . . . . . . . . .

Ship Afire at Uobokeii Docks
Hoboken, N. J., July 10.-Fire broke

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(By Associated Press)
nce, Kan., July 10.-Prelim-
ans are already under way for
asas Relay's, which have 'been
tatively for April 21, next
)r. F. C. Allen, director of ath-
the University ;of Kansas, has
eciving assurances from other
that they will have entries,
is preparing to care for teams
ast to coast,
ormal invitation to the relays
t go out until shortly after the
the year, but already the in-
indicate the widest interest.
Emulate Penn Games.
have received assurances That
versity of Pennsylvania ex-
o participate with our teams
southwest, and teams from the
coast may be here," Doctor
aid. "What the Penn games
he East, we expect the Kansas
to become fo'r the West and
est." , ' -
stants will'be divided into five
conforming to the eligibility
overning entrance. These di-
will numbersuniversities, col-
military schools, Indiana
and high schools. Including
tions for high school and spe-
ents desired by groups, the
program will supply at lea
s in the 440 yard, 880 yard,
d medley relays.
,11Lany Stars Entered
feature of the meet will be
mbling of athletes of national
to contest in special events
ig both track and field, ac-
to Doctor Allen.
University of Kansas track is
the best in he United State;,"
Allen said, "and good athletes
run on good tracks."
luarter mile track has a 220
raight6way, with a foundation
nize Daily , Advertisers.--Adv.

and four inch dressing of three parts
cinder and one part clay, underlaid
by dour and one-half miles of drain-
age. Fifteen thousand seats, from
any one of which any part of the
track is plainly visible, surround it.
During the recent Missouri Valley
meet, held at the University of Kan-
sas, four valley records were broken,
and the 100 yard -dash put within one-
tenth of a' second of the world's rec-
ord. As this was the fifteenth an-
nual Conference meet, Doctor Allen
is inclined to give the track a l'arge
share of the praise.
"The Kansas relays will be a big
thing," Doctor Allen declared. "The
university has been urged before to
start something like it. Now that we
have the stadium, nothing will hin-
der our putting the idea across. Peo-
ple like relays. Accessibility to Law-
rence favors holding the meet here
Feeling toward the university is goo'
and we already are assured of active
interest and response."
RAILROAD, MOST POWERFUL
PUBLIO UTILITY-RIGGS

Tuesday,
4 p. ih.-Tea party

July 11
and "open house,"

Alumnae house, 1227 Wasl1tenaw
avenue. All women invited.
5 p. m.-The Ethics of the Prophetic
Religion. Dr. H. Slonimsky, of Cin-
cinnati.
7 p. n.-Women's Educational club
meets at Adelia Cheever house. All
women interested are invited.
8 p. m.-The Safety of Surgical Op-
erations. Dean Hugh Cabot.
8 p. m.-Concert-Faculty of the Un-
iversity School of Music. (Hill au-
ditorium). '
Wednesday, July 12
1 p. m.-Excursion No. four.-Wind-
sor, Ontario; Belle Isle, and the De-
troit River. Picnic to be held at
Belle Isle.
6 p. m.-The Prophetic Religion of a
Life-Idealism. Dr. H. Slonimsky.

In small localities, a community
church may become the center; while,
in larger and more populous districts
the independent community -house has
been successful.'
Greeks to larch on Constantinople
London, July 10.-Decision to march
the Greek army on Constantinoule was
taken June 28 by the Greek council,
according to information received by
the Daily Mail's Athens correspond-
ent.

out today on the trans-Atlantic liner ands of college students will
Nieuw Amsterdam at the .Holland- ed in the Democratic bid for

American line Vocks here.
The fire, which started in the fourth
lotch, did little damage but caused
considerable excitement among the
passengers who were due to sail to-
day.
Payyour Daily suDscription at the
Press Building, Maynard Street.-Adv.

1924 Presidential election, Sena
David I. Walsh, Massachusetts, reve
ed today.
Pay your Daily subscription at t
Press Building, Maynard Street-A
Pay your Daily subscription tod
$1.50.-Adv.

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Thursday, July
5 p. m.-The Permanent
of the Messianic Ideal.

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Significance
Dr. H. Slon-

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the unsettled territory the population
increased. In a very real way the
prosperity, yes the very life, of this
nation is bound up with the prosperity
of the railroads, because this nation
more than any other nation in the
world is built upon the foundation of
railroad transportation... t...
"The relationship between investor
and rate payer, owner and user, pub-
lic utility corporation and public, is
one of the most intimate and, vital
business relationships to be found in
the country. Upon their right determ-
ination depends the existence and use-
fulness of the utilities, and the utili-
ties make possible our present day
civilization."
Order your summer Daily today.

imsky.
8 p. m.-Educatonal motion pictures.
Friday, July 14
2:39 p. m.-Excurison No. five-Niag-
ara Falls and vicinity. Under the
direction of Prof. I. D. Scott, via
Michigan Central railroad to Detroit.
5 p. m.-Experimental Demonstration
of the Properties of Liquid Air.
8 p. m.-Recital-Shakespeare's "Tam-
ing of the Shrew." Assist. Prof.

Louis M. Eich.
Angell hall).

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Saturday, July 15
a. ,m.-Excursion No. six-Detroit
Creamery company and Detroit wat-
er works.

LARGE COLLECTION OF
m pu and River Views}
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Amateur Finishing, Groups, Copying

KIERONYMOUN spiAK
ON COMMUINITY WORK-
Introduced as community adviser,
the only man in the world to hold that
position, Dr. R. E. Hieronymus, of the
University of Illinois, delivered an in-
teresting lecture on "Buildings and
Beautifying the Community" in Natur-
al Science auditorium last night.
Dr. Hieronymous began his lecture

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by defining his unique position. "The
office of community adviser," he said,
"has been instituted to bring the un-
iversity closer to the community and
the community, closer to the universi-'
ty, without introducing new organi-
zations. We do this' through the ex-
isting agencies, such as the associa-
tions of commerce, women's clubs,
and improvemen~t societies."
The word community," he said, "has
come to have a new meaning." He
defined it as "a group of people living
fairly close together, who are grad-
ually coming to think and act togeth-
er in the chief concerns of life." The
community is not confined by artificial
boundaries, although the center of
trade is usually the center of the
community, other things, however, de-
termine its boundaries. 'The health of1
the community, its schools, roads, and
churches are all vitally related to the
community.
"Schools, said Dr. Hieronymous, "al-
though fundamently for education,
'form the nucleus around which the
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Get into the habit of eating at
the Arcade Cafeteria this sum-
mer. Choose onlywhatistempt-
ing from the dozens of summer
timefoods; yout b enjoy your
meas -and yetbe surprised

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