Religion: Presbyterians

In Chicago, 1,500 Presbyterians held a National Conference.

¶Will H. Hays, cinema tsar, pleaded for $15,000,000 that preachers might be adequately pensioned. Representing a laymen's committee on the fund, he said that U. S. Secretary of the Treasury Andrew W. Mellon had accepted fiscal stewardship of the fund of the Presbyteries.

¶Dr. Edgar P. Hill of Philadelphia lamented modern modes in U. S. education. Said he: "We are missing the mark. We are on a sort of merry-go-round. We are in motion and there is plenty of excitement and jazz music, but we are getting nowhere."...

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