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We will give employment to a good num-
ber of thrifty students during the summer
vacation as demonstrators of the great usefulness of the HOME AND SCHOOL REFERENCE WORK in the various counties of
Kentucky. Good salaries or a very high
rate of commission will be paid to such as
are suitable. All who enlist with us before
April 15 will have the benefit of our free
training class which will meet one hour
each day, outside of school hours, and will
be conducted by men and women who are
experts in the lines you are expected to
For information call at 407 West Sixth
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Talk on "India" Is Fourth
of Series To Be
"India is a land of religions," said
Dr. Benjamin J. Dush, pastor of the
Socond Presbyterian Church, In his
talk before the Mission Study Class at
Patterson Hall Friday night on the
subject of "India."
"America has given the world two
religions," said Dr. Uush. "They are
Christian Science and Mormanism
and the fact that Utah elected a man
directly opposed to the Morman be
lief shows that even now that reli
gion Is on the downward path. India,
on the other hand, has given the world
threo religions, Buddhism, Bramln
Ism, and a mixture of the two, Hindoo
In this country, we have the bad as
well as the good, but the bad is al
ways In opposition to what our rell
glon teaches as good. On the other
hand, in India, the evil is considered
as much a part of the religion as the
When asked what religion the great
poet of that country, Tagore, taught,
Dr. Bush said that Tagore knew a
great deal of our Christianity, for he
knew our language and had spent
some time in this country. In his
writings he apeaks of God in a rather
light as "Father." He
thinks of him as a person and his
poems show a mixture of the re
ligions of his country.
"In India they are saying now," said
the speakers, "that we have made
them dissatisfied with their religion
and that now we owe them another
and it is our duty now to teach them
The talk Friday night formed the
fourth of a series of eight to be given
to the Junior and Senior classes of
Mission iStudy this spring. The Freshman class is taught by Miss Marie
Collins and the Sophomores study
under Miss Mildred Collins. More
than 90 iper cent of the girls attend
these classes and the idea has proved
a marked success. The entire work
is in charge of the Missionary Committee, of which Miss Mildred Graham
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"Woman's Part In the War" is the
subject of the advance program of the
Library Club, which will hold its next
meeting Wednesday afternoon, April
25, in the club room at .the library.
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Miss Grace Snodgrass will give a talk
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on "Woman at the Front," and Miss
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Miriam Horlne will speak on "Woman
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This program has been H"H' Mil
planned to meet questions of immedi
ate importance and the talks will give
niany practical suggestions (to slu
dents who are Interested In affairs of
national importance and wish
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Has pleased the exaoting
student and the best peoKASTLE LEAVES
ple generally for fifteen
years . Can he show you?
Miss Elizabeth Kastle, Senior in the
Department of Chemistry, leaves to
311 W. Main St. Phone 1092-night with her mother, Mrs. Joseph
Kastle, for Honolulu, where she will
make her homo in tho future. She
Is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma
fraternity and has been affiliated with
many college activities.
L. F. Bischoff, a Freshman in the
College of Civil Engineering, won the
local peace oratorical contest held In
dhapel Friday evening under the aus
pices of the National Oratorical Peace
Association to decide the representative of the University in the State contest to be held here tomorrow night.
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on "War and HILL CAPTAIN OF VOLUNTEERS.
Mr. Bischoff spoke
Peace." The other contestants and
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George H. Hill, captain and adju
their subjects were J. W. Milan, "Internationalism," and T. L. Creekraore, tant of itlie (battalion, has charge of a
Let ua meet you
"Peace and Democracy."
volunteer company which was formed
The winner of the contest tomorrow at Versailles last week. Several of
will represent the State In the group the cadet officers are assisting In tho
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contest, which includes the Southern volunteer work.
West Main Street
group will compete in the national
AG SOCIETY MEETS
contest, to be held In Mohonk, Now
York, in June.
The Agricultural Society held Its
McBrayer, of the regular weekly meeting in the Ag.
Last year J. J.
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Law Department, won the local, State Building Monday evening. Tho new
and group contests, and was awarded constitution was read and
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a prize in tho national contest in June. and R. L. Penley told of hla trip thru
He Is not eligible this year, because the State with the Farmers' Institute
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of his former participation.
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