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..Y 4, .1930'

THEAM R - MGAN-DAELY

4,.90TE UMRMHA AL

nharn'S. SHIPPING BOARD STARTS
.NSTUlNS le " STUD YOF MRCHANT MARINE ILLS
FT IH C I 1 H 9T- 1 N E 1W.lurley.o f Chicago Named sold, or are being operated by
.Oeof Six to Examine Rap. American companies.
* tidly Failing Boat Lines. New Line Authorized.

tr5. arcJR~aAn.a LncerL Irum ItL £" ricanI4
to Win British Amateur
Golf Title.

(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, July 3-Making
room for the president's six-man

TO PLAY IN MINNEAPOLIS 1 committee which will study ship-

(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, July 3 --- Flushed
with a stirring welcome celebrating
his dual victory abroad, Bobby
Jones today turned his face west-
ward seeking new golf worlds to
conquer.
The modest lawyer and bank di-
rector of Atlanta, Georgia, stepped
off the liner. Europa yesterday to
be accorded a reception befitting
the first American to win both- the
'British amateur and open chain-
pionships.
Above the din of shrieking sirens,
popping firecrackers, and the cheers
of thousands, 'Bobby managed to
say that he 'had no pans for retire-
ment from competitive golf; that
'he had given no thought to winning
all four maj or .champlonships this
year, which include the American
open and amateur yet to be played;
that he did .riot ,.leave his bag of
famous clubs ..behlid in England;
and that lucki-played - a large part
in his triumphs at -$. Andrews and
Hoylake.
In the. vaniguard -Of welcomers
who met the liner down the bay
were about 500 fellow townsmen,
who journeyed from Atlanta to
greet their favorite son and escort
him proudly up Broadway in aC
shower of paper to receive Newl
York's official welcome from Mayor
Walker. First to~ embrace him when
he stepped aboard the city boat
Macom were his father and mother.
The celebration ended with a
dinn~er at the Vanderbl~t after
which Bobby prepared to go to
Minneapolis today 'to play in the
national open tournament which
begins next Thursday.
Carrying a motion picture cam-
era, Jones debarked from the Eur-
ctpa and said 'he "never felt bet-
ter."-
"Even when you were playing?"
he was asked,. for it.,is. known that
the nervous .strain in matches
sometimes upsets him.
"Oh, then maybe I wVas a little
-less than 100 per cent," he an-
swered. "But on the whole I could
niot have been better physically."

ping -board policies and a pending
$60,000,000 loan, the board today
1vacated. an office on the ground
Ifloor of the Navy building.
' Six members of the committee
have been appointed tentatively,
although there is a possibility that
one of them, Charles Piez, of Chi-
cago,. may: decline to serve, because
of ill-health.
When the committee really gets
down° to work, one of its members,
E. N. Hurley,, of Chicago, will find
a .decidedly different_ organizationi
from -the .gigantic one he directed
during the World war. He will
find, instead of the massive war-.
time shipping board, a dwindling
and. comparatively _small organiza-
tion which is slowly -goirng. out. of
business.
Few Vessels.. Remain.
When Hurley was chairman of
the. shipping board,. he was. respon-
sible .in part for ,the .ordering of
almost 2,000 vessels. to .carry. men
and. supplies to, Europe. and event-
ually to stimulate the American
merchant marine. Of those 2,000
vessels, -there remain 432 of which
186 arein._operation.
In_ 1924, congress appropriated
$50,400,000 for the board; the 1931-
1932 fiscal year budget will call for
about $4,000,000.
The ships that were orderedj
while Hurley was chairman either{
are tied up awaiting sale, have been
_ nlI lllI ni nnrl IIIIIIIIIIIiIIi tIIn l tP.. I
Among the Best =
= ~ and at =
Reasonable Prices
V _
FREEMAN'S
= DINING =
ROOM _
Clean, cool and with _
excellent service.
_ Only one block north from
=Hill Auditorium. =

Th'ere now are 17 government-
owned lines operated under char-
ters by American firms, and using
ships in trade :between the United
States ,and ports all over the world.
The eighteenth, the American Bra-
zil line, was authorized today to
cease operations because of deficits
which could not be decreased. All
the remaining 17 eventually are Ito
be sold. to private owners.
Hurley will find one operation of
the board with which he never' had
an active connection. J~n. 1920, after
he had" resigned to "go back to- the
farm," congress authorized a loan
fund of $125,000,000 to aid Ameri-
can shipping and shipbuilding.'
Eight years later_ that sum was in-
creased to a quarter of a billion{
dollars, and the board- has almost'
passed the $100,000,000 mark with
loans to 'build about 35 vessels. c

W ashkre Plans Schedule
for Education Baseball
Regulation baseball rules, with
~a few exceptions, will 'be in force
during play in the Men's 'Educa-
tion club league organized recent-
ly. "The following schedule has been
dirawn up 'by Paul Washke of the
Intramural department:
Tuesday, July 8: Faculty vs.
Teachers; Principals vs. Superin-
tendents.
Thursday, July 10: Faculty vs.
Principals; Teachers vs. Superin-
tendents.
Tuesday, July 15: 'Faculty vs.
Superintendents; Teachers v s.
Principals.
Thursday, July 17: Teachers vs.
Faculty; Superintendents vs. Prin-
cipals.
Tuesday, July 22: Principals
vs. Facuty;. Superintendents ye.
Teachers.
Thursday, July' 24, -Superintend-
ents :vs. Faculty; Principals vs.
Teachers.
All games will_ be played at 4:15
o'clock in the afternoon,

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WANTED-A few student wash-
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Experienced typist. Phone 21147.1
4, 5, 6, 71
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4, 5, 6)

FOR RENT-Rooms including fur-
nished apartment for young
couple, teachers, graduate or

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Also Improve your Golf Game at the
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C AFETERIA
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