TURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1931
THE sUlmm tM # IAMDAILY
SWIM, TITLE TAKEN
Sophomore in Education Downs
Six Skilled Swimmers With
21 Point Score.
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the back craw=, Margaret Seely
placed second with Miss Renshaw
t Helen Hodgman and Miss Ren-
shaw were the others who placed in
the diving, coming in third and
fourth place respectively.
Second place in tne meet went to
Miss Kary, who won 18 points dur-
ing the evening and who placed
first in the 25 yard breast stroke
and in the retrieving of objects.
She brought twelve rings to the sur-
face in one minute in this last con-
test, winning over Mrs. Renshaw
who brought nine up from bottom.
Miss Seely was second in the breast
stroke and Mrs. Renshaw placed
Miss Seeley took third place in
the meet by winning 14 points. She
came in first in the candle race
with Miss Hodgman a close second
and. Miss Berridge third.
First place in the side-stroke for
form went to Elizabeth Whitney
with Miss Seeley, second and Miss
Moss in third place.
After the meet, there was an open
swim for everyone who had been
watching the meet. This is an an-
nual affair sponsored every Sum-
mer Session by the women's phy-
sical educational department.
-Women students here recently
demanded that the university es-
tablish smoking rooms for their use.
Scene in "Beggar on Horseback" Portrays Art Factory
Shown above is the Cady Art
Factory-subsidiary of the Cady
Overhead and Underground
Aerial Widget corporation-as
it is conceived by Valentine B.
Windt in the current production
of "Beggar on Horseback."
From left to right, the cells
contain the Novelist, the Com-
poser, the Poet, and the Artist,
who are forced to work in all day
shifts producing love stories,
jazz, hearthside verses, and
The comedy, which ends its
run at the Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre tonight was proffered
by the authors, George S. Kauf-
man and Marc Connelly, as a
variation from the ordinary
American comedy and as an
antidote to the worship of ma-
terial prosperity. Alexander
Woollcott, New York dramatic
critic, commented as follows on
the Broadway production:
"It is a small and facetious
disturbance in the rear of the
Church of the Gospel of Suc-
cess. When staged in the very
capital of the Land of Go-Get-
ters, its gesture is as defiant as
that made on a not dissimilar
occasion by one Barbara Friet-
COAL MINE OWNERS, WORKMEN HOLD
CONFERENCES ON HEAVY PRODUCTION
PITTSBURGH, Aug. 7.-(IP)-A
remedy prescribed for the ills of
the bituminous coal industry, diag-
nosed chiefly as over-production,
held the attention of operators and
miners alike today, following dis-
closure that a proposal for govern-
ment regulation of the business is
A majority of the leading own-
ers and operators in the vast coal
fields of western Pennsylvania and
West Virginia withheld comment
pending anouncement of the plan
However, other operators ven-
tured that the plan suggested a so-
lution of the problem of over-pro-
duction which would clear the way'
for adjustment of wages and work-
ing conditions, major factors in the
numerous walkouts in recent
Today northern West Virgina
operators let it be known they were
preparing for a meeting Monday
at which they would discuss the
suggestion "that the government
regulate the industry as a public
It was learned authoritatively
that J. D. A. Morrow, president of
the Pittsburgh Coal co., largest
commercial producer of soft coal
in the world, had suggested gov-
ernment regulation at the recent
conferences of Secretaries Lamont
and Doak with a group of opera-
tors in Washington.
SO C IET Y
Mosher Jordan halls entertained
members of the faculty and stu-
dents at tea Thursday afternoon.
This affair was especially in honor
of the facplty members whom the
residents of the hall invited. Ices,
wafers and demi tasse were served,
and Miss Ethel McCormick, summer
dean of women, poured. An hour
of dancing was also enjoyed.
The play, "The Young Idea"1
which was presented at Mosher hall
last Wednesday will be repeated
Sunday afternoon at five o'clock.
Mrs. Ethel McIntosh is directing
and the same women will be in the
cast that were in the last perform-
* * *
Professor Goodrich, Miss Mann,
Professor and Mrs. Bush, and Pro-
fessor and Mrs. Green were enter-
tained informally at a faculty din-
ner given Wednesday by Helen
Signing Out Slips Due
at Office of League
Heads of League houses have been
requested to bring signing out slips
for the first four weeks of Summer
School to the undergraduate office
of the Women's League building.
These slips were due two weeks ago
and it is essential that they be
brought in immediately, it was an-
nounced. Katherine O'Hearn, pres-
ident of the League has asked the
co-operation of each house in the
matter, which should have been
taken care of July 21.
NEW YORK, Aug. 7.-(IP)-A bat-
tle of American maritime giants for
and its fleet of north Atlantic ships
control of the United States Lines
loomed today as members of the
shipping board continued their con-
ferences on the proposed sale of
Thus far three groups have
shown an interest in obtaining con-
trol of the lines, sale of which is
being negotiated because of finan-
One of the principal groups ex-
pected to submit a bid for the
lines as the International Mercan-
tile Marine Roosevelt Lines.
Joseph Sheedy, who has been
connected with the United States
Lines both as stockholder and.ex-
ecutive, informed Chairman T. V.
O'Connor of the shipping board
that he has raised $10,000,000 in
capital for immediate use toward
the acquisition of the lines.
BOARD ASKS OFFER
FOR Us S, SHIP LINE
Atlantic Liners May Get
Owners; Three Groups
A speciality for twenty
Hwyjrx Whoofle, noted campus
journalist and playboy, was report-
ed resting well at University hos-
pital after a minor operation yes-
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