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ATHEARN ACTION IS APPROVED BY FACULTY GROUP Adopt Resolution Backing Trustees’ Ouster of College Head. The oimon of thp junior class, notwithstanding dismissal of Dr Walter Scott Atheam as presi dent of Butler university is approved by the faculty of two colleges of the institution. Dr. Athearn was dismissed with out a hearing by the board of di rectors last Monday. He refused to resign, and in a public statement charged that the policies of the uni versity were controlled by the “downtown office.” A resolution supporting the board's action was adopted at a meeting of the college of liberal arts and sciences faculty and a similar resolution unanimously was approved by the college of religion faculty. F’ledgf Support The liberal arts college resolution, drawn up by Dr. Paul V. Haworth, follows: "Resolved. That the faculty of Butler college recognizes the efforts by Dr. Walter Scott Athearn while president of this institution and wishes him well in any future field in which he may labor. “In view of a great number of reasons, some tangible and others intangible, we approve the ‘rep taken by the board of directors in severing his connection with the in stitution. “We pledge our utmost endeavor and support to acting President James W. Putnam in the arduous task he has undertaken. He long has enjoyed both our confidence and affection. We want the friends of Butler and the public in general to know that under his wise and sensible leadership the institution will move on harmoniously to larger fields of influence. W. C. T. U. Takes Action “It is our desire that this resolu tion be given to the newspapers.” The Meridian Women's Christian Temperance Union yesterday adopt ed a resolution commending Dr. Atheam for his fight against the use of liquor on the Butler campus, and asked directors of the univer sity “to give to the friends and patrons of this Christian institution a reason for sudden dismissal of this Christian gentleman.” The resolution was signed by Mrs. A. C. Hawn, president, and Mrs. H. N. Garris, secretary. WALKIES QUIET AGAIN Threatened Violence Fails to Take Place at .Marathon. Despite alleged threats of violence, according to the officials of the Walkathon, no trouble took place last night or early today. Thirteen couples and one solo contestant still were competing today. Gone, but Not Forgotten Automobiles reported to police as stolen belong to Harry Hoober. Ben Davis, Ind., Ford coupe from Clifton and Udell streets. Lawrence O Stinson. 846 North West street. Ford coupe, 95-115. from in front of 846 North West street. Harry Bevins, 1002 Eugene street. Chrys ler roadster. 17-005. from in front of 1310 West Thirty-second street. Walter Oliver, 573 North Pershing ave nue. Pontiac coach. 50-380. from Capitol avenue and Sixteenth street. BACK HOME AGAIN Stolen automobiles recovered bv police belong to: George Boyene, R R. 15, Dodge sedan, found in rear of 3535 Graceland avenue C E Miller, 3207 East Tenth street. Plymouth coupe, found at 655 Greer street. B Hoadley. Bloomington, Ind . Buiek sedan, found at Thirtieth street and the canal S L. Langlev. 2356 Prospect street, Oak land roadster, found at Boyd and Cruft streets, stripped of five tires. Mary Pottinger. 5215 Washington boule vard. Buiek coupe, found in front of 405 West Ohio street You are a little taller when you arise in the morning than you are when you go to bed at night. One Sure Way to End Coughs and Colds Persistent coughs and colds lead to serious trouble. 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With the opening of the new store. Indianapolis will see a com pletely new establishment in fit tings. interior decorations and win dow display space. The entire building has been remodeled and redecorated. _/uc^c/ FULLY PACKED CIGARETTE tobaccos ■Hi JwSSRSr I 1 This young lady is one of a small ? }.\ 1v rtl ,1 army of inspectors. Her job is to tpi - IHPIP- fSfc 1 iKltl. examine I aickv Strike —to make sure , •<.. Bflf" :|M that it comes up to the exact stand ’ • p \, s , ll ardswescr. livery Lucky Strike she ■ It/ passes is full weight, fully packed, P|j J . round and firm—free from loose \ ends. And no Lucky that she ’ • • ' f- •: \ examines leaves without this V * - Jfc wraHk P That's v. ny each and every l.u ky Ay draws so easily—burns so smoothly. Toutt.. * ALWAYS ikejinest workmanship “its toasted ” AlMAXsZuckiesplcascJ , FOB THROAT PROTECTION—FOB BETTER TASTE . • O. E. Campbell, general manager, an old resident of Indianapolis, said of the opening of the store: “In establishing this store, I am realizing an ambition to return to my old city and make my perma nent home here. There is some thing of a coincidence in the fact that in this building, my older brother started his merchandising career with the New York store.” “Penney stores represent, in sub stantial part, the ownership of the men who manage them. Men who make a success in one locality are open for partnerships in other lo calities as the opportunities arise. “The store will handle a complete line of apparel for men, women and children with dry goods and per sonal accessories.” THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES INDIANA MURALS AT FAIR TO BE RETURNED HERE Dismantling of Exhibit at Chicago Event Is Under Way. By Unitfd Prmn CHICAGO. Nov. 2.—Dismantling of the Thomas Hart Benton murals j at the Indiana exhibit at the world's j fair was under way today. Formal withdrawal of the Hoos- j iers from participation in the fair , was marked by a luncheon yester- I day at which Governor Paul V. Me- j Nutt was guest of honor. A. Murray Turner, Hammond. ; chairman of the Indiana commis- j sion for the fair, presided. The j luncheon was at the Blackstone hotel. Rufus C. Dawes, president of the world's fair commission, and Rich ard Lieber, who managed the Indi ana display, were among the speak ers. Prediction was made that the In- j diana murals will be housed prop- j erly in the near future. For the j present, they are to be taken to j Indianapolis and stored, it was said, i SCOUT TROOP 20 TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY Dinner on Twelfth Birthday to Be at Broadway Church. Tw’elftjh anniversary celebration of Boy Scout Troop 20 will be held at 6 tomorrow night at the Broad way Baptist church. It is expected that a member of i the Indianapolis Jamboree patrol, who attended the world scout meet ing in Hungary last summer, will be present to relate his experiences. The Rev. R. M. Dodrill, pastor of the church, will preside as toastmas ter at the celebration dinner. The troop was organized Nov. 8, 1921, by R. E. Branham and H. W. Has kett. PROSPECT CLUB TO GIVE MINSTREL SHOW Second Reformed Church Building Fund to Get Proceeds. Prospect Dramatic Club of the Order of Eastern Star will give a 1 minstrel show, “Dark Town Min- I strel,” for the benefit of the building fund of the Second Reformed church tonight and Saturday night at the I church, Shelby and Pleasant streets. HOOSIER EDITOR ISSUED Frederick Landis, Former Candidate for Governor, in Charge. First edition of the Hoosier Editor appeared today. Frederick Landis, one-time candidate for Governor, is the editor. The first issue contains articles on Cuba, the NRA. the armistice, and “the old saloon.” Wholesale! Producer Seeks to Buy Only Dialog. Hollywood, cal., nov. 2 Charley MacArthur tells this story of the shrewdness of some producers. Said one after reading a MacArthur script: “I don't like your story, Mr. MacArthur. nor the way you de veloped the plot. But I think the dialog is swell. 1 ’ The producer paused. “How much,” he asked craftily, “will you take for just the dia log?” FEDERAL AGENT AIDS IN PROBATION STUDY New System Proposed for Juvenile Cases. Miss Alice Scott Nutt of the chil dren's bureau, department of labor, Washington, is in Indianapolis as sisting in setting up anew statis tical system in probation work. Miss Nutt will meet with the state pro bation commission next Wednesday. The new system deals with re ports of work of probation officers in juvenile courts throughout the state of Indiana. It is in line with plans of the state probation commission to evalu ate probation in Indiana, and aid in the use of preventive measures in juvenile delinquency. t Krause Bros 1 Going Out of % Business Sale f Buy for Now V Buy for Christmas “Court House Is Opposite" Rate: JPJbzJAwance ortr ROtENBERGEH WALL PAPER CO. Comer Delaware * Mass. Ave. Indianapolis Ft. Wayne, Richmond, Anderson CRUSADERS FOR TOLERANCE TO SPEAK' IN CITY Rabbi, Priest and Minister Touring 37 Cities in 25 States. Indianapolis will be visited Nov. by a rabbi, a priest and a minister touring the country in a crusade to quell religious intolerance. They are appearing under auspices of the Na tional Conference of Jews and Christians. Rabbi Lazaron. Father Ross and the Rev. Everett R. Clinchy, confer ence director, are to visit thirty seven cities in twenty-five states. They will go to South Bend Nov. 10. “Newton D. 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A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT AND 17c PER DAY MAKES YOU THE PROUD OWNER OF A gB MAYFLOWER |Sgj|| IVI ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR B 8 CARLOADS BMj NOW IN USE IN INDIANAPOLIS ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR SANDER&RECKER Meridian and Maryland TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES THIS WINTER Here are seven suggestions for delightful winter voyages, each extravagant in enjoyment and highly thrifty in cost! Hawaii *220 Australia *616 New Zealand *495 Hawaii (17 days) *326.50 New Zealand (46 days) *615.75 Australia (46 days) *655.20 South Seas and Oriental Cruise, *I.OOO. For Details on These Winter Cruises Consult Richard A. Kurtz. Manager Travel Bureau The Leading Travel Bureau of Indianapolis 4JNION TRUST*' 120 E. Market St. RI ley 5341 .'NOV. 2, 1933 j more than twenty years, died yes ' terday at his home here. Funeral services will be held Friday.