Religion: Y. M. C. A. at Cleveland

Cleveland, hard-working convention city whose hotel rooms have been filled (but not full enough) this summer by Schmeling-Stribling fight-fans, then convening Shriners, then pilgrims to Cleveland's new outdoor opera, was host again last week. The guests were 986 delegates to the Twentieth World's Conference of the Y. M. C. A., held in North America for the first time since the founding of the Y. M. C. A. in 1844, and some 700 more delegates to the 43rd International Convention of North American Young Men's Christian Associations, held in conjunction with the World...

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