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COLLEGE TO FAVOR WILLING STUDENTS 'President Hopkins of Dart mouth Warns Undergrad uates of Policy. Bt the Associated Press. HANOVER, N. H.. September 30. President Ernest Martin Hopkins opened Dartmouth's 161st academic year yester day with an address in which he warned the student body that the college felt "obligated to restrict college opportu nities to undergraduate constituencies which will appreciate their values and make honest endeavors to utilize them." “It is likewise from such considera tions that college officers are forced to hold due reservation and to remain only mildly impressed by eloquent contentions that colleges exist solely to satisfy the wishes of the undergrad uates,” he declared. Solicitude of College. "The perspicacious college will be far more solicitious to provide the man the undergraduate is to become with what he will hold to have been valuable to him than to provide what a nebulous undergraduate sentiment, which periodi cally vacillates according to cycles, ap pears to desire at any given time. “I do not mean by this that the of ficial college should ever make itself inaccessible to the opinions and desires of the undergraduates or should be unwilling to weigh the merits or argu ments which they may submit in re gard to the conduct or the policies of the college. Ido mean that what seems best for mankind as a whole cannot be forgotten or ignored in college manage ment for the spacious satisfaction of i conforming to an ephermeral under =1 SOL HERZOG, Inc. 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Discussing the opportunities of the American youth, President Hopkins said: “Opportunities lie about us so abun dantly that the only concern is for the wisdom we may have in selection of these. The machine age is freeing life of the necessity for sordid toil and giv ing rapidly increasing leisure and eco nomic resources which, if we so will, may be made available for the spread of culture and the establishment of new standards of satisfaction for human ex istence. Our problem is not a paucity of resources, but the intelligence to utilize the wealth of these to build our selves up rather than to dissipate our selves and to demean ourselves in fri volities or in Inconsequence. HORSES SHOW GAIN. * Influence of Autos Is Discounted in Association's Report. CHICAGO, September 30 (/P).—There are $1,400,000,000 worth of horses and mules in the United States, the Horse Association ot America announced to day byway of proving that the auto mobile hasn't been such a devastating influence after all. The number of saddle horses has actually increased in recent years, the association found. The number of horses in the United States was given as 14,930,000 and mules at 5,447,000. Now You Can Wear FALSE TEETH Without Embarrassment Eat. talk, laugh or sneeze, without fear of false teeth dropping or slipping. Fasteeth holds them firmly and com fortably. This new, fine powder has no gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Makes breath pleasant. Newer and bet ter than anything you’ve ever used. Get Fasteeth today at Peoples Drug Stores. I or any other drug store.—Advertisement. THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON. D. C.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 11)20. LORD THOMAS’ SON WED. Miss Ursula Owen Bride in London Ceremony September 5. LONDON, September 30 OP). —An- nouncement was made here yesterday, that Leslie Montague Thomas, second son of J. H. Thomas, lord of the privy seal, was married on September 5 to Miss Ursula Owen, a niece of Miss Louise Owen, who formerly was secre tary to the late Lord Northcliffe. It was explained that while the wedding was private and took place when the father of the groom was in Canada, It wss nevertheless not secret and ’that the cabinet member had sent a message to the young couple at the time of the ceremony, II THE iIC6EBTf.O# I'___ __ m '' " | VALUE IN TOWN A. |\/ CM mM/ she New GOLD-PLATED "Million Dollar” Valet Auto Strop Razor a WT l< in COMPLETE WnH STROP AND ip VALET BLADES 1A / A V f JVV/ I■RZjIM WK\ ** vv A1 • AMmCASGfieAttSTDRUG STORES] Jr I \ A big 39c Family Size Tube of Rexall, Voo\*\ MILK-OF MAGNESIA /// — 35 T— Tooth Paste /„ v , . 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According to the Dally Express, most of the applicants, who are returning Americans wishing’ to travel on the same ship with the MacDonald party, are doomed to disappointment, as 75 per cent of the liner’s accommodations were reserved early in the Summer, and F there i* a big waiting list for other ! cabins. Difficulty has been encountered in i finding room even for the government ■ delegation. Small as Mr. MacDonald’s i party will be. the members have not been able to obtain staterooms close to ; gether. and it may be necessarj to re ! arrange accommodations for this pur : pose. The exact number of the British , delegation still is uncertain, although i Mr. MacDonald will occupy the imperial i suite which the Prince of Wales used when he traveled to the United States aboard the Berengarla several years ago Arrangements for the prime minister’s companions still are unsettled. v BISHOP IS ENTHRONED. BELGRADE, Jugoslavia, September 20 ( fP). Enthronement of the first Protestant bishop in Jugoslavia took place yesterday at the important town of Starapassova. The representatives of many Evangelical churches, dele gates of the Serbian Orthodox Church, foreign delegates and a large crowd of Protestants were present. The t«tai number of Protestants in the kingdom was 216,847, or 2 per cent of the popu lation in the 1921 census. FOUR MEN ARE FREED IN CONSPIRACY TRIAL One Defendant Found Guilty and Gets Mistrial in Liquor Case. By the Associated Press. WICHITA, Kans., September 20. Pour men charged with conspiring to violate the prohibition laws were ac quitted and a fifth convicted by a Fed eral Court Jury here yesterday. The Jury failed to agree in the case of C. C. Dehner, former city commissioner and chief defendant. Exposure of an alleged liquor “pay off” ring was due to evidence furnished by Henry J. Alien, former publisher of the Wichita Beacon and now a United State Senator. Tom Davis, alleged bootlegger, was found guilty. Those acquitted are: Boy Criswell, former assistant chief of po lice; Fred Dickinson, former detective, and A1 Simon and Max Motl’inger, al leged distillers. -- " Mrs. Wallace Heads College Group. CHICAGO, September 20 OP).—Mrs. Edith M. Wallace of Seattle, Wash., was elected supreme president today of the P. E. O. Sisterhood, an international organisation of college women.