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935 tho re- this her is ten persons, approximately the to the the The of Col. Oleary Tells Of K.of CProgram To Combat Isms' Field Agent Speaks Before Alton Council of Order Tho program of the Knights of Columbus, embracing a strengthening of Christian ideals as a bulwark against influences aimed at American institutions, was discussed at a meeting of Alton Council of the order, Thursday night, by Col. M. J. O'Leary, representative of the supreme office at New Haven, Conn. Between the extremists, said Col. O'Leary, stands the church with its tried and proved principles. Adherence to these, and spreading them,, he set forth as a major aim of the order in its program for the new fiscal year. Spread of these principles by the organization of study groups, through lectures, and other methods was urged. Winners of the recent K. of C. golf tournament were announced at the meeting by W. L. Budde, chairman of the committee in charge of the event. Herbert Wickenhauser, the winner, was presented with a dozen golf balls, and his name will be engraved on the trophy in the club library. Hugh Bergfeld was the runner-up. Also listed for prizes were Tom Gavin, Al Johel, H. Schenk, Tom Jun, Francis Manning, and Verdell Williams.