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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 9, 1927 Page Sewr , .... llTTI r ]Joseph Flynn, Mr. E H. Reville Mr. MAYOR OF FORT WAYNE |'A|~]NtID , LlllhL l~.U~|k ]M B. BellE, Mr. Charles Franz PRAISES BOYOLOGY r[ ....... :_--: ....................... ~.I t~ ,.~,sflU[aLl~V~[~ truly lmt~rl #'1 ~ ~r'~aTw~r, ] Country Store Committee~" Mrs. COURSE OF K. OF C. l1 ! Un~ p~,., foundedAY ~I LOLL~.Ah]~ LAKI~IY !Bernier, chairman, Mr Victor Koers, I '/~ ~1 __-1 , AL " ' -- Ili l institutions EAST D_, i Mrs Eleanor Shader, Mrs William (By N C. W C News Service.) I .... I Hagan, Dr and Mrs H. W. Browning ~ FoI:L Wayne Ind., April 1. One kprll I0 S, ~.. [ tn pmn~ oI numbers and enthum-]Mrs" j. j. Raley, Mrs. M. Ehrenberg, I ol the greatest Knights of ColumbusI ....... 7 ....---~::---:-- ich and nob,~" ~.a.aemu,,fasm, ~ne ~armval m aid of the Schol-iMr." George Bujorski, Mrs Epps, Mrs. [Boyolo~y Courses in the history of te citizen of arship Fund of Little Rock College~M A ~iltz }the movement and the first event tear th=a'.. a ]has never been equaled. Gettingj"" Wresiling Match Committee---Mr conducted at the new million-dollar ,.greatsan~y and gay: away t.oa wonderful start on Mon-lMorris Ehrenberg. ]Catholic Community Center here, 0ahy~..._ ~Y. Thrown uay mgn~ las~, wh.en the GeneralI K C. Stunt Mr. George Kords-]ended Monday There was a total rsan, aC~g'~'apr'~means-- nowhe was!Committeeinfull vheld it's second meeting,[meyer, chairman. ]enrollment of 450 representatives of LITTLE ROCK ~ GE , ia,~.hog~tlanilor_d andlthe prep_ar_ahon.s for.the event are Advertising Committee John/business and professions, men of all COLLE t]adera ....llbe.rtyi, sw.n.g, and it would .notlHealy' Harry Elliott, W. O. a. San-lfaiths and walks of life. Of these ~ suffered m be at all surprlsmg, ff the Carmvall With ~,~ .... - " " . . non, R. G Helbron, J. J. Raley, Wil- 150 earned diplomas. Several of the i!ii ii:iiiiii ill ee was built .... an, Mrs. A. M. Kelth, Mms Edna iI Chlca o March 28 A set of vest ~ REV.R, JAMF.~ P. MORAN, Pr~,tdomt ,_ Y the heresy " " " - Hornibrook, president. Sophomores:[recreational habits. ~e out He br __llow Robinson, Chairman of the Gen-!B-zil ~ ............. nL Fresh.___ I ougnt a vvumu, pze~lue . umctt: en eran eral mm't " I Joseph D. Becker, of New rlav , conde - Co 1 tee, presided at the meet .... left" o~ e,~ mnatmn, in- which w ....... ~;~..-u.....^u -, /Wflham Murphy, premdent_. ]Conn , flel' dsecretary of the Kmghts" t- on and l t The varmus students of the college[ ..... mbus Be'" Life Bureau con need on Ram _ltended Those who could not attend l ........ leE. ~om y , - L to me .... e, went!sent renorts to the chairman of their/cusses are working on specmi iea-lducted the course and was presented 4~, ~ mm The v /tures which will be announced laLerl~. T .... V E~'an direc~br of the SUBIACO COLLEGE v~, after ~-~:- work, and new faces were seen at .... ~ , ~Y ........ ~. , ~mgnlng~ .... ! Ine chairman expresseu pmasure [ .... ('~mmunit- Center Re~resen ~ne meeting Ear the first time After .......... ~ ....... ~ ,~ - a~ ~ne reauy response ~o ~ne mVlm-!. ~" " ~ "" " Y rt Wa"ne ril 12 ~ ~Bernard Heinze had read ,the minutesl ............ t~a~ve l)awu L rtogg OI 0 y ad of theist; Ju:~l~']of the previous meeting, the chair- ~hnch~h.~a~e ?ah~^w~; b~n:ll~i:~.~t:mland Mayor William C. Geake address- Coud,ted by th. ~odietin. Fo~ t /, ~nurcn Onlman .........n ,~. .... ;^.. :^.~.-, I ......... z "ted the students of the course, paying - cqmtted St ). - land she outhned the work of the com-) .......... tribute to the Kni-hts of e false ct "ltees who are to have charge of the] ....... , ..... I~ne mgn~ t; aarges reader ~m~ees. ~ever nelore has a carn]-t~, , ~-- *~r their contribu,tions to epOSed c ..... ~many events in connection with the]. _~ ~ .... .... ~ ......t... , .... {t_;oiumuu~ ~ ~r~a]n A " vm ~. plunncu u. ~u~,, ,~ ~rg~ Two Pro,.Acade-~le Clu.o., R~lar Fo~r.Yoar Ola~tm~ ~ ~dk~l framed - . rmn Carnival. The following are the cam ........... {boy welfare work. ,. ~wentv-onol .... Iscalo as ~ne ~arn~vai zn~s year, anal C~ Fo~.Y~ S~enee Cou~a~ RogulAr Fou~Y~ ~m~ ane. He died ~kpril ml~ees, n.ame~: . . . .7 [the enthusiasm, the pep and interest[ ~ Cuura~ Fuur-Y~ C.~oo Coura.N L~mdtu~ to &. lB. ~'~. I rurality t;ommlttee---~vir. ~. ~']shown by all thus far, is of an un.~NOTRE DAME U. ASKS kprll i3__St Her Crossly, Mr. Bernard Hemze, Mr. lusualnature" j RADIO "FANS" TO BE reigned conjointl.:[~a~ey' Mr. Bernard Rando!ph... I Later more committees will be an-} JUDGES OF DEBATE eovigild, Kin- o~['~''~'upper f~.cKe~..omm~ee--~vlrS, lnounced' as the chairman has foundl RKV.~ BENID|CT BOR~dgRIDING, O. $. lB., P~ wnnam ~e~mg, ~ars ~" t~ ~oemer, N C W C News Servlce ) his ~ ..... [ " " " /it almost imnossible to place all who~ (By .... Were ~.~aer ~e. iMrs" j. H. Tuohey. Ihave thus far volunteered for service, No.tre Dame, Ind., April 1. Radio eOnver :da : ~utl_ Supper Committe.e--Miss ?lorence/but arrangements will be made tolfans listening to the program broad- ,s CaV ..uy .~ne]L;ash, chmrman, Mms Besme Cava-ltake care of all later with commi.tteelcast through station WSBT tonight Ihira w e.[naugh, Mrs. Stella Black, Mrs. Dan- /appointments. lwill be asked to act as judges in a ~rm~or ,forth Mrs John Kirsnel, Mrs Louise] ...... ~^~'-~-- ~'~s ear. wil debate betweent two teams of the and dea+~. .... "i__ .. ' ~." ~. ~ ...."... l ~ ~mw ~ ....... y . I bel e would'" ms]Keuer, mrs u~eorge ~cno~I, lvlrs. Ithe afternoon entertainmen.t, free to lWranglers' Club, Notre Dame Univer- MT. ST. MARY'S ACADEMY , -o~ re- Rolman, Mrs M Rapillard, Mrs ~ , d C~ied a m ..... ] ....... ". " ...... "lallwhoattend, the May Party Dances, [sity s honorary forensic socmty, on ~" ~#~ ~oemer, lures 2~nnrroiey,lvlrsfill , al rants in is regarded [ , "" "~produced and directed by Miss Edith]tho question of Feder g -" - as CeK. 200 ,aney ar~l - I ..... IReville.More than young [md. - ~acr~ Dunes and SUrer Committee Mrs f debatm was at "l ......... ---. "[ladies will take part in this feature~ This method o g . Cou~etod hit ~ S|.t~m of Mo~ a'~"S" - I~. ~mneimann, ~. ,en~n, ~lrS.]of the program, the dancing to take[tempted as an experiment last year. t a " ~.'-Xeu"et'/~euumg' ~wrs: A~e fnerry, ~rs. wag-lplace in the immnese campus in front[Responses were amazingly numerous n ~rlage across/goner, Mrs. t~armmnaei, Mrs. Stmzer,]of Morris ~Iall. It will be an un-|and encouraging and this year's con- ~, Ll~,zarT, Seioufl~ And Commor~tM, D~m,m~t~ ~ on because so[Mrs. Duvall, Mrs George Hart ~ ........... ! ...........he second annual de een d-rowne I ~Jlnmg .... r~oom" ~omm~ee .... " ~trs'" usual mgn~, ann one wnlcn snoulaltes~; Is,, caueu ~ atm In- $~mm~, ~x~ o~ Mu.i~, Flu~ Art. ~ud an ~- d in i ......... ~ "]attract a large gathering of interested Jbate. The students particip ' g " work m Franz ~m~, cnmrman, ~rs mamas all members iif~. . " 11771 " _ Ispectators. Tickets for the Home[the debate tonight are fill:h:It part ofiH:[d, y., Mrs: Frank Hunt, MmSlCooked Supper, always an interesting~of the varsity deba)ting team. a in 1i en xocum, ~urs. VlCr~or ~oers, Lv~rs. . . I on -~ 84. = ........ ]and attractive feature of .the Carny-] V~N. M~{~['Hi Mount St l~m~7~t Atdomy, Pu~N H~i~ha 's w ~ae bridge]~nomas i~ew~on, urs. ynroy ?oX, lval' were distributed at the meeting[~.ARSlNAL MUNDELEIN '. ere wrou~.h, ~virs. J. F. Kobitz, Mrs. ~en winme-h.` ~,~. xxr~l~..~ T,~-~i~ ~T~{..... ~e]~" Little Roel~ $~rl~=-~ hutch " m . . u,-,s ..................... ~ ............... TO WEAR VESTMENTS [fi~ - the `ticko!i committee. The price of/ FOUR CENTURIES OLD asafwas opened Koch, M,ss Janet Kelth, Mrs. term the supper will be fifty cents and the/ theUnd to be ~runmskb mrs. ~ernaru r~emze, Mrs. usual large crowd is expected to at-[ "~", N C W C News Service ~ iron ba~- Steve Pruninski, Miss Fay Stephens .......... . . . !in3 ...... h ~ ~ena ~nls iea~ure, unly name eooKefl rusted ~., Mrs. Fred Stephens, Mrs Hugo Nor- . ........... [ g , - uy " IO0U Wlll De servearnree banns oI ' tar vell, Mrs. C. A RatA, Miss Annie . . " ..... ~ments made m the fifteenth cen y, music, one ann possloiy ,~WO orenes- . MORRIS INSTITUTE FOR BOYS "-S- Schmeltzer, Mrs H A Shear, Jr, .... - mcludmg one chasuble, ~wo dalmat- t Pat .... tras will furnisn music DoCn afternoon . ,~ " ernu,, Mrs J-ha Sherrill Mrs Fred Gibb ~cs, three stoles and mamples, a burse roitiers .... " " ' " ' and evening, and there will be plenty ................. ~ ,_ ~Donl; ann a Veil, nas been pre~en~eu ~u te, ~ Mrs Dan Boone, Mrs A E. Harris ............. ' ais f .... " " ?_ _ oI amusemen~ ~o a~rac~ an. xn ~ne o,~.m..~ M,-delein Archbisho~ of co~ .*~aer, MrsRussell Lafferty Mrs Major ........... ..a ........ x ..... asento " "" "" evening, in auu~uon re ~ne uance 'v r Co=ductod by the Brother~ of the Poor of St. FrAuei~ _ _ f hm Mrs Koscheln- Mrs L J Menton Chicago. The vestments will be ~ o n ~t laoly sol~.-~^ ~- " .~ . ~ ~' " ' which will be handled this year by the ............ . .... ~uu~ lursFrank .,e~zi,~ ., , , oy barolnal ivlunueleln 2~_prli ,:), embraced " s" Pharmacy Class, there wulusa oe a .... .t the Lunch Stand Committee Mrs A . . when be offlcmtes at the ordmatmn ,oey of MarnesBr ...... M,~, TT.b~ M~.~ "~Tat wrestling match, m which L~ttle ,to the priesthood of 20 seminarians, ~. Prom 10 ~ 1~ YeArs---Elementary Education, Up to Amd tere cache-Dursi:'M';s F':ank Severson["Mrs W Rock's favorite, Rudy Dussex will who make up the first class to be or- s of " ' " ' " " meet with another well knowngrap- l-.l.dl,*| Kt$hth GrAdh,. , Se]ey J B-rne Mrs J M Finla,, . darned at the semmary at St. Mary ~rs I- "" " ~ .... ~" _ pler The auto contest, the damond ......... in "" - om Novelty" Booth Committee Mrs. . " .... . ..... . aT ~ne ~age, ,~uunoem , ~,. ~i ~. . L. ..... ring con~es:, ~ne popumrl~y con~e~, / . shop -f Edwara o'~rien, chairman, Mrs. Ed- " .......... o The vestments were~ preserved*by ~o sol:*--- ..an(1 all ~:fle o~ners wnlen arouse ,~uuewin Wells. Miss Mary Vo~el, Mrs At ........ an Italian noble family and later were VKN. BROTHER ALBERT, S~rcy, Ark., Route N~. | . ~ '-'.., ~" ~.mucn mteres~ wm occupy a large ......... ~ensm Mrs J E Bacon, lurs ~ 1-1 cranslerreo :o a conven~ m vemce g' " ..... share of the attentio~n of those who '" ~teea Mar. Reville, Mrs. Percy Gaines, Mrs. T. From this convent they were sent to ' or St. Optaus received the the Same day cruel Gov- -~eution of N. Chichester, Mrs. Herman Lensing. Dance Committee Pharmacy class. or len, chairman Senior Class, Mrs. Joe fear- world, stole Flynn, sponsor, Mrs. William Letzig, na Mrs. William Heibach, Miss Mary She Froley, Mrs. Eisman, Mrs. John Pip- Home Made'Cake and Candy Com- mittee Mrs. W. C. Bray, Mrs. John Healey, Mrs. Ayres, Mrs. McKay, Mrs. William Boone. Tango Booth Committee--Bill A1- kin, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Charles Franz, and muti- Mrs: William Allen naortification Track Meet Committee---Rev. T. L. ~n 304. Keany, Rev. Thomas Walshe, Rev. Herman Wernke, Prof. Harold Mur- phy, Coach Winkleman. Popularity Contests--Bigelow Rob- inson, Tom Harding, Tom Newton, William O'Connell, Rev. O'Neal, ffos- eph Gavet, Warren Baldwin, Hickey Himstedt, Frank Letzig, W. B. Mc- Connell, A. J. Keith, Jack Sanders. General Utility Committee---Elec- Prepara. tric light: Mr. J. T. Hornibrook, Mr. L. J. Menton, Mr. Edward O'Brien, Mr, C. K. Hegarty, chairman, Mr~ TAre, Father "Mind Your Own Busness," and a se- attend In the afternoon the usual races of the boys of the city will be held on the oval. The next meeting of the General Committee will be held on Monday, April 18, at 8 o'clock in the Cathedri~l School Parlors All mem- bers of committees are urged to at- tend and hear the reports which will be rendered at this tme. CATHOLIC COMMITTEE ON PEACE ANNOUNCES PROGRAM OF MEETING (By N C. W. C. News Service) Washing:on, April 1.The pro- gram of the meeting of the Catholic Committee on International Peace which will be' held here April 19 and 20 has just been announced. The meeting, which convenes at the Catholic University of America at 2 o'clock on "the afternoon of April 19, will be preceded by a meeting of the several sub-committees at 10 o'clock lection from King Lear [the sub-committee reports and dis- O'Hearn Debating Club [cussing them particularly and gen- Y The negative side of the debate re-! erally. luting to the name of the school was~ The Rt. Rev. Thomas J. Shahan, ) won by Henry Dodge, Fred Boozey rector of the Catholic University of gAto Tex- and Thos Breslin, against Andrew America, will greet the meeting at its Cademy Murray, John Walsh and James Mar- opening session. P. H. Callahan of This Will tin. Father Strassner and Md Wil- Louisville, Ky., acting chairman of for both liam Jones acted as judges Instruc- the organization committee, will re- d to bring tivo_~ ~_.~o~,-~ ,,,^- ~-,,~,-~n"~'"~; ...... ,,~-~"~.-~..:~"'~z soond_ . This. session will be devoted Father Strassner, and Prof. William ~o the repor~ of the sub-committee O'Connell, the moderator of the Club. on International Ethics to be given Junior* Win by the Rev. Dr John A Ryan. Chicago. question as foot- etively, ffohn Walsh and Andre~ Murray pitched the Juniors to a victory over the Freshmen, 13 to 3. Clarence Fritz could no~ make his curves break trough Harry Andrews held the hard hitting Juniors to a lone score in 4 Innings. Walsh had five strike outs, Murray four, Fritz three and An- drews 6. This victory placed the I Juniors second in the class league standing. % Rev. William S. Kress, ~A. F. M, of Los Angeles, recently received thirty-four Japanese children into the Church. They all attend St. Francis Xavier School. Conductor--"I've been train for seven years." Passenger--"That so? you get on?" CLAUDEL'S COMPLIMENT TO HILAIRE BELLOC (By N. C, W. C. News Service) Washington, March 25. -- Upon [earning that Hilaire Belloc is now writing a series of articles on the Reformation for the N. C. W. C. News Service, M. Paul Claudel, the new French Ambassador, himself an author of distinction, extended his congratulations to the Service. "You are indeed fortunate," the Ambassador said, "to be able .to pre- sent to your" readers the works of Mr. Belloc. I congratulate you" Am- bassador Claudel declared that both Mr. Belloc and Gilbert K. Chesterton are very capable and do much good. AUTOMOBILE cHAPEL FOR USE IN OREGON ST. VINCENT'S INFIRMARY Couduetod hy the S|8~rs of ChArity of Namaroth OF~I Ratlnf, Clio A~--Traininf School for Nureoa VKN. $1$TRR SUP~RJOR, Tonth and Htirh $~. LAtt]o Rook g ST. JOSEPH'S INFIRMARY, Hot Cemdueeod J~r tho ~i.kor, of MoreF luRraRu'lp', $~m~ P~Jat Home---Hot BAth. Afgtli~od Wttk that morning At this time the sub-(By N. C. W. C. News Service.) commi,ttees will put heir repors into Portland, Ore., April 2.----An auto- final form. The sessions of the meet- mobile chapel car, with elaborate ing will be devoted to the reading of auxiliary equipment, is being built '~ U.S. R~.~v~/~a. for the Catholic Truth Society of Oregon. t~ will be used to reachI J small towns and remote places in the! YEN SIBT .............. i , . ~ ~r~s~ not Sp~Jngs~ ~ I State which are without church fa-[ cilities. The Society is convinced of1 the practicability of the auto chapel~ ] ] ~| i from observing .the success of th~'~_ , ~ | | \ , Catkohc Church Extension Society s~r-~ railroad chapel. It believes the auto I A ,o . ,... ,.,...v ] plan, however, m'ore adapted to its 3T, SCHOLASTICA S ACADAMY ! peculiar needs FORT SMITH. ARKANSAS Wit~ a body eight by 24 feet, mounted on a two-ton truck, the new vehicle will contain a chapel with an Cu~dMot~l hy ~ho l~m~hao $t.~ma, c -- altar and other church furnishings. It als~ will carry a tent and folding chairs, so as to provide an ouCdoor Both R~dhmt ud Da~ P~, l'li~ ~,.ks~ auditorium if need be. There will be C~,~m o~ ~o. motion picture and stereopticon equipmen, t, with batteries to- run ~ ~ on this them. In addition, there will be a kitchenette in one end for the prep- Where did aration of meals on the road. The m t cost of the car is to be about .$4,000. t