' PAN-AI MM
TO BE DISCUSSED
Diplomats* Business Men
and Others Will Meet
Here in December.
State Department officials, chiefs of
diplomatic ini&sions from Latin Amer
ican countries, representatives of the
Pan-American Union and other agen
cies concerned with inter-American
relations and heads of large hanking,
export and shipping companies in
this field will discuss "Pan-American
ism—Its Justification and Future” at
George Washington University De
cember 6, 7 and 8.
The conference will open with a
general meeting December 6. Speak
ers will include Sumner Welles, Un
dersecretary of State; Senor Manuel
de Freyre y Santander, Ambassador
of Peru; Senor Adrian Recinos, Min
ister of Guatemala; Dr. Leo S. Rowe,
director general of the Pan-Ameri
can Union, and Dr. Cloyd H. Mar
vin, president of the university.
During the two days following group
meetings are schedule for discussion
of various phases of the subject. These
meetings, with the topics, will be held
Tuesday afternoon, December 7, cul
ture and education; Tuesday evening,
law and education; Wednesday after
noon, news and communications, and
Wednesday evening, commerce and
George Howland Cox, director of
the Inter-American Center, will be
general chairman of the conference.
IRISH CLUB DANCE SET
Annual Fall Ball to Be Given
The United Irish Club of Washing
ton will hold its annual fall dance
/it, 10 p.m. Wednesday in Knights of
Columbus Hall, 918 Tenth street N.W.
Proceeds of the dance will be used
to establish a sick benefit fund. Denis
E. O’Connell is head of the commit
tee in charge of arrangements.
Fair and Fowl at Show
No harm intended, but that's the way it appears as Rita
Vermillion, who will be one of the participants in the National
Capital Parks Horse Shoio, to be held November 14 at the Rock
Creek Park Equestrian Field, meets Tommy, a bantam rooster,
who will be mascot for the riders. J. B. MacMurray holds
Tommy. —Star Staff Photo.
ARMISTICE DAY TALK
Rev. W. J. Parsons Will Address
The Rev. W. J. Parsons, professor
of history at Georgetown University,
will deliver an Armistice Day talk at
the regular meeting of the Cosmo
politan Club Thursday in the Carl
The club will consider plans for a
ladies' night program in the near
future. The question of indorsing the
traffic poster campaign of the Ameri
can Automobile Association also will
CARNEGIE LECTURE SET
A. V. Kidder to Speak on Exca
vations in Guatemala.
Archeological discoveries in Guate
mala will be discussed by A. V. Kidder,
chairman of research, Carnegie Insti
tution of Washington, at (f:30 p.m.
Tuesday, November 16, at the institu
Two seasons of excavation near Gua
temala City have made it possible to
determine the chronological relations
between the Maya of the old empire
and the early civilizations of Mexico,
Mr. Kidder said yesterday.
HOUSE SHOW SET
150 Mounts Expected to Be
Entered in Contests
About ISO of Washington’s smart
est bridle path mounts are expected
to be entered in the second bi-an
nual horse show sponsored by the
Office of National Parks at 11 a.m.
next Sunday in Rock Creek Park.
Trophies and four ribbons will be
awarded winners in each of eight
classes. Entries are being restricted,
it was said, to horses that have not
Maj. James W. Bamett of the Army
War College is manager of the show.
Other officials announced yesterday
are Fenton Fadely and Maj. Frank
L. Whittaker, judges of events; Percy
Niepold, starter; Edward Kelly, an
nouncer, and Albert Clyde Burton,
awards and arrangements.
Two new classes have been added
for this show. - One is a junior horse
manship open to all juniors under
16 years of age. The other is an
open jumping class, the jumpb not
to exceed 4 feet In height.
Other classes—the same as for
merly—include three 'jumping events,
one being for riding academy horses
There will also be an event for chil
dren’s riding ponies to be shown at
walk, trot and canter and open to
children riders under 12 years of age,
The other two events are for bridle
path "hacks,” the first being for rid
ing academy horses—and* thr> othei
being restricted to mounts ridden bj
the owner or member of his family
Monday, November 15, in the Shore
Mrs. Theodore Huntley and Mrs.
Clyde De Binder are sponsoring the
luncheons, at which presidents of the
chapters will discuss topics chosen
from the society's magazine, the Del
phian Quarterly. Mrs. Huntley will
introduce Sir Willmott,
Electric Eailwayi Out.
The Fhillppinos will follow the ad
vice of government engineers and not
build electric railways in Mindanao.
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