Religion: Y. W. C. A.

When the Y. W. C. A. meets in biennial assembly, as it did last week in Milwaukee, many important points come up for serious discussion and decision.

Paying Guests. The most far-reaching of these was the cumulative decision on membership. Heretofore a Jewess or a Unitarian, "belonging" to the Y. W. C. A., lodging at its hostels, using its gymnasium and recreational facilities, could consider herself only a paying guest. She had no voting rights in the national organization which her fees helped support. Henceforth she will have such rights by majority vote,* of...

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