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f PAGE SIX !/: [ : !% COLLEGES LITTLE ROCK COLLEGE ' Pebble Off Press The Junior class issue of'the Peb- ble has just been received from the ln'inerz. It is a large issue and con- tains besides the usual quota ,of stories, articles and poems, more than twenty pagesf advertisements. The issue is featured by a full-page cut of the JuniOr Class. The next issue will be dedicated to the Seniors. Morris Debaters At the last meeting of the ',Morris Debating Society, Cyril Gorilla and Charles McGuire upheld the victorious side in a debate whose subject was: Resolved, that the Athletics of the College should be put in the lands of an Alumni Board. The members of the affirmative were Bernard Hines and Joe Hample. An'chg t]e visitors who attended the debate was Mr. Mul- line, who made a few remarks of con- structive criticism. Mr. Fugere, the moderator of the Society, also spoke. The newly elected officers of the So- ciety are as follows: President, Ed Wright; Vice Presi-] dent, Tad Lavan; Secretary, Nell] Parka; Sergeant-at-arms, Frank I Carr; Historian, Bub Thouey. Plan Debate at K. of C. a Plans are being considered for debate to be given at the Knights of i Columbus Hall. The members of the local council recently donated twenty dollars to the Morris Debating Socie- ty, to be used as a-prize for the best individual attendance throughou the year. The coming debate will be held in recognition of the interest which the Knights have taken in the Society R; O. T. C. Banquet The officers of the R. O.T. C. and the faculty of the college dined to- gether Tuesday evening, Feb. 13th. The dinner was given by Father Heagney. Besides the officers and the members of the faculty, Rt. Rev. Bishop Morris and Governor McRae were present. Both the Bishop and the Governor spoke. The other speakers were Capt. Girault and Lieut. Wright. Music was furnished by Mr. Fugere and Lieut. McCam- mort, hilamathcia Club There was a meeting last week of the Philomatheia club at the K. of C. Hall. Discussion centered around the subject of the carnival which it was decided would be held on April 21St. Rumor says that the carnival will be bigger this year and better thaa ever before. The meeting was attended by Father Flaherty and a delegation of students who presented the Club with the Philamatheia'char- tar. Junior Prom The date for the Junior Prom has I been set for May 18th. It will be held I at the Hotel Marion and will eclipse anything in a social line that the col-I lege has ever attempted . I League Finals The tournament which the R. O. T. C, basketball league has been con- ducting for several weeks past, will end next week. On Friday the finals will be played to determine the win- ner. Much enthusiasm has been shown by the four companies repre- sented in the league; which is to say, that the unit as a whole has profited by the tournament. Credit is due Lieut. McCammon, who organized the teams and acted as official referee. SUBIACO COLLEGE Madri Gras Tuesday evening, Feb. 13, the Dra- matic and Glee clubs presented their annual Mardi Gras entertainment in the college auditorium. The program i included two comic playlets, several l musical numbers, vocal and instru- mental, amd ended with a magic and mystery act, Clever Presentation The two-act sketch, A Fair Ex-] change, proved to be the cleverest and most enjoyable farce put over the members bf the Dramatic Club this year. It ridiculed the senseless hostility sometimes indulged in by neighbors, resulting from narrowl selfishness and often leading to cost- iy law-suits when a slight comprom- ise would redound to the mutual bane- fit of both parties. The fine humor and sparkling wit flashing forth in a constant cross-fire of accusations un- der the most ridicuously awkward and distressing circumstances in which the principal charactersSteve Grif- fin and George Cams as Byrd and! Hurd, respectively, find themselves, t kept the stream of hilarity steadily. flowing throughout the peormance. I George Coury as Lawyer Sly, who by l his super-cleverness, eventually de- t feats his own well-laid schemes, was master in his role; whilst Oscar D. Rust and R. E. Woodard as police- men, and W. Woodard as. jailer, play- ed with their'pep. C. O. D. Brosdcasting Radio-Broadcasting Station C. O. D., invented by Rastus. Joe Weiterer, who also concocted this riot of fun anddaughter, was a burlesque on the radio. The antics of the inventor and operator seconded by his' motley staff of entertainers, P. lI. Derrick, A. i THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1923 SCHOOL QUESTION OBITUARY GERMAN BISHOPS PROTESTANTS JOIN SUBJECT MATTER (By N. C. W. 0 News Service) PROTEST AGAINST IN DEMONSTRATION OF LENTEN BRIEFS Father Nicholas B0000ker, RUHR OCCUPATION FOR CATHOLIC POET Milwaukee, Feb. 17--The Rev. Nicholas J. Becker, for twenty years modmUaw (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) pastor of St. Mary's, the oldest Catho- By Rev. Dr.. Wilhelm Baron van By Rev. Dr. Wilhelm Baron van ,am quickly qualify London, Feb. 19.--World peace, and tie parish in Milwaukee, died here Capitaine Capitaine ommtat, the menace of non-religious education last Friday at she age of sixty- (By N. C. W. C. News Service) (By N. C. W. C. News Service) vil rviae amd stationmastar, in State schools are touched upon by six. Father Becker entered St. Cologne, Feb. 5. Several members Cologne, Feb. 5.--The Baroness  positioh practically all F, nglish bishops, in Francis Seminary at St. Francis, of the Catholic Hierarchy of Germany Anna van Krane, noted Catholic poet Wtte today for heir Lenten pastorals. Wis., when only thirteen years old, have made emphatic protests against anti author, recently celebrated her  dlred. Cardinal Bourne goes into the anti was ordained in 1879 at the age the French occupation of the Ruhr. seventieth birthday anmversary in school question at considerable length of twenty-two. After twenty-four Besides the appeal sent to the Pope Dusseldorf, where a demonstration ,in anti declares that the new Code of years as pastor of St. Mary's, Pewau- by Cardinal Schulte in which the Car- her honor was participated in by Canon Law leaves no excuse for par-kee Wis., and other mission parishes, dinal complained of the French Catholics and n on-Catbolics alike. ants sending their chi]dren to non- he became pastor of St. Mary's church treatment of German employes wire She became known chiefly for her Catholic schools. The carciinal indi-, here. tie founded the Mission of St. refused to obey French orders, the] poems based on legends surrounding the life of Christ. One of her prose cares to parents that the decision, in Benedict the Moor for colored Catho- Bishops of Munster and Trier havel works published since the war is determining whether childlen may be lies in Milwaukee and wiped out all made public protests exempt from attending Catholic the indebtedness on St. Mary's, which Appeal' to Justice based on the life of Anna Catherine schools, cannot be made by any indi- celebrated its diamond jubilee in 1912. lishop Poggenburg, of Munster Emmerich, the Westphalian nun. the FATHER vidual priest, but must be settled by The funeral was held Thursday. cause of whose beatification is now the diocesan bishop, and 250 of his priests signed an em- phatic denunciation of the conduct of before the Vatican. The general tone of all the pastor- Father P. J. Clancy the French in the Ruhr and appealed SIGNALS als foreshadows a closing up of Cath- Cleveland, Feb. 17.--Rev. Peter J. to the sense of justice on the part NEW COLOGNE IELL In rids n olic ranks over the question of schools; and, as recent legislation! Clancy' pastor of SL Augustine's of other mttions to intervene on the TO RING IN LASTER nd its pursuit. tends to interfere with the managing r church' Barberton, Ohio, died Feb. 12, ground that the Germans are being l]y Rev. Dr. Wilhehn Baron yon bo, aged 54. lie was born in Franklin, mistreated after they ba(I put down Captaine HELD control of Catholic: schools, the stiffen-i Pa., and educated at Saratoga their arms in consideration of cer- I of a ing of the Catholic attitude seems Springs, N. Y., Northeast Pennsyl- thin promises made by the Allied na- (By N. C. W. C. News SeiTice) likely to result from the episcopal de- vania; St. Mary's Seminary, Cleve- tions. Bishop Bornewas:er of Trier Cologne, Feb. 5.--It is hoped that Uric liberations. Descendant of Martyr Dies I land, and Assumntion College, Sand- has been active in visiting and corn- the new bell for the Cologne C-tthe- AT THE , ]|ll,l Ur. Adrian Fortescue, one of the+ wich, Ont. For a number of years lotting families of German employes dral to be known as the "Deutsche otthe world's foremos authorities on East- after ordination by Bishop Dennis who have been expelled by the Glocke am Rhein" will be installed in TItECAVE As! F " er Churches, (lied last week, in Lon- O'Connor of Toronto, Father Clancy renca, time to be used during the Easter i was attached to the diocese of Gel- services. The foundry in which the don. t-le was the son of a pronlluent f r episcopal dignitary of Scotland and veston and served as pastor in Waco, AFHER QUINN MADE bell i being ca,;t has been prevented a direct descendant of the English Texas, until 191.U, when he returned SECRETARY FOR U. S. OF from completing the job because of martyr, Blessed Adrian Fortescue. to his home diocese of Cleveland. PROPAGATION SOCIETY lack of charcoal. THE He was educated at the Scotch Col-I Since then he lms served as assist- The new bell will replace the fa- lege in Rome and at hmsbruck Uni- ant pastor in a number of parishes of (By N. C. W. C. News Servic, e) mous "Kaiserglocke " which was versify, being ordained at Brixen m the diocese in Cleveland and other New York, Feb. 16.The Rev. Wil- melted down (luring the war to ob* the Tyrol, in 1898, and was a special- cities, liam Quinn has been appointed Na- thin metal for the manufacture of ist in liturgy and Eastern Church his- Bishop Joseph Schrembs was cele- tional Secretary of the Society for the war supplies. tory, and was appointed by Rome brant of the pontifical Mass of re-]Propagation of the Faith for the  S consultor of the Sacred Congregation quiem in St. Augustine's church, Bar- United States. Amlouncement to this OKA MONASTERY GAIN,. for the Oriental Clmrch. lie was the berton, Ohio, on Friday effect was made from the office of NEW NAME FOR SPECIAL author of many books on liturgy and Msgr. Joseph Freri, National Direc- VARIETY OF POULTRY METHODISTS URGED tar of the Society, 343 Lexington Ave- } -- oriental churches, including "The Or- TO CONDUCT WEEK-DAY t nue. '  ' (By N. C. W. C. News Serdce) thodOXFathersEasternand theChUrch'"Liturgy"The'ofGreek ISt. CLASSES IN RELIGION I Father Quinn was born iu Sedalia,, .... Lake of Two Mountains, Que., Feb. John Chrysostom." I (By N.C.W.C. Sews--'-"ervice) I Mo. He is a graduate of St. Vincent s l 19.rhe [rappst monastery at Oka, College, l,os Angeles, and took post I the home of Oka wine, Oka cheese Earl Marries American Girl Chicago, Feb; 16.Week-day reli-] graduate work at the University of[ and a distinctive selection of musk- Marriage of Earl of Denbigh anti gious instruction is the most impm-[ Chicago. IIis theological education l melon that is especially served in Ca- THE Miss Kathleen Emmet, youngest taut need of the country at the pres- [ was received at the Kenrick Seminary I nadian and New York hotels, has 30 W. daughter of late Thomas Addis Era- ent time, Dr. James V. Thompson I in St. Louis, and after he was ordain- been given new prominence as a re- themet'cryptf NeWof York,westminsterWaS ] told the annual meeting of ,the Young ]ed he took special courses in moral sult of the recent New York Poultry LITTLE People's and the Week-Day School ! and dogmatic theology at the Catholic Show, at which the monks exhibited Cardinal Bourne officated and cele-[Department of the Board of Sunday[ University of America in Washing- a distinctive breed of poultry, known brated the nuptial Mass. The Earl Schools of the Methodist Episcopal [ton. All during his college and semi- as Chantecler. The breed is the re- SKECT A and Countess of Denbigh lei't fort church. Paris. ' ,, Children Must le Taught 0ary days he was interesteci in mis- suit of more than ten years of experi- sionary work, and later he served as ment on the part of Brother Wilfred, Here Is Notable Convert . [ In the United States, two out of I assistant to the late Msgr. Ketcham, the poultry husbandman of the insti- IBABEL C. Edward Bullough, Cambridge don,] every three boys and girls of school former Director of the Bureau of tute, and has already been recognized and fellow of Gonville College, Cam-I age, have no religious education of Catholic Indian Mission, and as gen- as an established breed by the Amer- "Lady Treat's" bridge, has been received into the an) kind--Hehrew, Catholic, or Prot-I eral secretary of the Marquette ican Poultry Association. 'flfflho Church. t estant," lle said. "No civil.ization, no i League. DR. McGINNIS WILL government is safe until its citizens "Only Am" "Urula lek" CONDUCT RETREAT OF' are equipped with Sufficient moral I,ENTEN LECrURES and ethical principle to insure respect ON "GOD OR GORILLA?" 0 R D 0 F 0 R 1 9 2 3 ,, copy, TOLEDO KNIGHTS and support for law and order, social I justice and progressive development I (By N. C. W. C. News Service) -- (By N, C. W. C. News SetTice) land achievement of common moral] New York, Feb. 17.--A series of $1.00 Postpaid  w. Toledo, Feb. 16.---The annual re-sanctions. What nation desires iu its lectures will be given on, Monday treat of the Fourth Degree members life taught its children. ! evenings during Lent at the Catholic of the Knights of Columbus of To- "W e must recogmze that no educe-IClub of this city by Alfred W. Me- Bookers--Little Rock OFFICE ledo, will be given by' the Rev. WiNltion is complete without religion. Whet Cann, on "God or Gorilla?" His pro- SUPPLIES liam F. McGinnis, D. D., LL. D., Pres- church is now in the process of or-1 gram is as follows: Feb. 19, "Evolu- ident of the International Catholic ganizing a church school system that]tion--Whe New 'Faith;'" Feb. 25,! DESKS I oged Ev.lence of ,voluton; I   PRINTING I Truth Society and Editor-in-Chief of wil'i" reach every ciild, qhis system] "  .... '  " " I Truth, at the Cathedral of St. Fran-I will have its Sunday, week-day and M-trch 5, ".Its Contradictions;" Marcb I M.A. BILTZ Our ciSttredde FourthSales" DegreeThere areKnightsfOUrteenin hUn-To, wtcation school sessions." It'c::t  .... n 2 uMe:::h ti;!,), a'n' drult:h:;:g'" t SpecialNew RepresentatiVeyork Life automatiCal SendWrk" for illustrated ledo, and it is expected that the seat- BIG FAMILIES PREFERRED Humanity." Insurance Co. Office Supplies. ing capacity of the Cathedral will be (By N. C. W. C. News Service) taxed to the limit every evening. The London, Feb. 12.Working class SIXTEEN NEW PRIESTS 801-7 Southern Trust Bldg. retreat begins on Sunday evening, families with clfildren are no longer IN CLEVELAND DIOCESE Fix Up That Life Insurance Printing I Maret 4, and closes on Sunday even- /to be penalized when seeking an Today"I Sell It." ing, March 11. apartment for rent, as is generally (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Phone 7446 the case vt present, under a new Cleveland, Feb. 19.Slxteen young Little Rock, Arkansas BISHOP O'REILLY LEFT scheme which is to be put in action men will be ordained to priesthood by in PATRONIZE oUI ESTATE TO DIOCESE i at Westminster. Bishop Schrembs in St. John's Cathe- I  A block of apartment houses is to dral February 24. This*Is one of the (By N. C. W. C. Nes Serwce) ] be erected at a cost of something like largest classes in years. ,A shortage $175,000, and of the conditions of priests throughout the diocese in- BOOKS Lincoln, Nebr. Feb. 16.The will t one (rf the late Rev. C. J. O'Reilly, D. D., of letting is to be that no apartment duced Bishop Schrembs to ordain this -- m Bisilop of Lincoln, dispdses of a pri- shall be let to a familyt unless there class abead of the customary period, i i sate estate estimated at about $9,000. are children living with that family, about Trfifity Sunday. h LIVE AND UP-TO-DATE BOOK FOI It provides that after all funeral ex- I penses and other claims have been w- . m THE CATHOLIC lM00]t paid, the sum of $500 shall be set aside for Masses. BOYS' PROTECTORY olic--Th.CON'FENTS--'Th" Cttizm--th. prom!mmtcatholic Pres--Church i The corporation of the Bishop of America---The Problem of Problem---The Spirit df Lincoln is to receive $4,000 to be ap- iagesSex-Hygiene or Purity--Our Pride and Our plied to the seminary fund to cam- ARMSTRONG SPRINGS ism--Freemuoury--Catholie Societies--The SI' plete a scholarship which the late Friend. $I Bishop began several years ago. All Conducted by the Brothers of the Poor of St. T fl E A M E R ! C h N e R I Ii of the remainder of the estate is to ' ' be turned over to the Bishop of Lin- Francis, Who ha w taken over the famous health CONTENTS--At Home---Wit Hl Fellow coin as a nucleus of a fund for the resort, long known as "Armstrong Springs" and LoyaityIn the Pareehial Women--In the ,Homes of His establishment of a Central Catholic adapted the proper equipment for the purpose of Sqcial Work--Kindneu. High School in this city. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. J. Klein, vicar-general giving to THE PRINCIPAL CATHOLIC of the Lincoln diocese, and the Ray. H. A. Campo, chancellor, are named BOYS FROM 10 TO 16 YEARS A POPULAR EXPLANATION OF as executors. 1 HOLY SACRAMENT8 AND CATHOLIC [ ELEMENTARY EDUCATION T, author paints out tho inate beauty of th* Randall, R. E. Woodard and Georgo as it is used in the administration of the Carns, spelled the comic in the Nth Up to and Including Eighth Grade [principal catholic Devotions. H treat uch power, i nake his point clear, yet briefly enough to a' _ Baffling Andrew solid meat of instruction is hero, yet It is  po The clever slight-of-hand stunts of HEALTH DISCIPLINE KNOWLEDGE [lightful reading. By adoptinK te descrtptivo form -- ig both abstract discussion and polomi, lm the youthful prestidigitator, Andrew AcqUired Within Pleasing Environment I which should make it ry lmph. C. Baker, mystified the audience and . to lur of tho bautiu of our vanmumlal. baffled solution,  med. The musical numbers, especially For Information and Terms Write:   REV. GEORGE T. Mlilff the songs, "Just Keep On," by the . I (12too, Cloth; net, $1.11 Glee Club, accompanied by the Abbey VEN. BROTHER ALBERT, l ENZma eoa v'u'nuc.,.r $ :,i Orchestra, and "The Watch," sung by Rev. Father A. Jaschke of Mt. Sterl- [ ing, Ill., an annual visitor at Subiaco, Route No. 3 SEARCY, ARK.  0 0 [   Y -   SEC. delighted the audience and drew forth [  long applause. ' ...... ,