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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1967

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Sacred and Secular Together

The Daily Offlcal Bulletin is
official publication of the Univ
sity of Michigan for which T
Michigan Daily assumes no edit
lal responsibility. Notices should
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form
Room 3519 Administration Bldg.
fore 2 p.m. of the day preced
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Notices may be published a ma
mum of two times on request; D
Calendar items appear once on
Student organization notices are
accepted for publication. For m
Information call 64-8429.
SATURDAY, FEB. 4
Day Calendar
Mathematics Education Confere
Hill And., 9 am.
Basketball - U-M vs. Purdue:
Fieldhouse, 1:30 p.m.
Cinema Guild-Akira urasawa's
Lower Depts": Architecture Au
and 9:05 p.m.
University Musical Society C]
Union Series Dance Concert-The
al Winnipeg Ballet: Hill Aud., 8:30
School of Music Degree Recital-
thur Follows, cellist: Recital Hall, S
of Music, 8:30 p.m.
General Notice
Physical Education-Women Stud
Women students taking required
ical education who were medically
ferred for the first half of this
should report to Office 15, Barbour
nasum, to sign for the second
of the term. Registration will be
from 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5
Monday through Thurs., Feb. 6 -thr
P.
Upperclass students who wish to
physical education classes niay d
on Thurs. and Fri. morningsc
Feb. 23 and 24.
TV Center Programs: On Sun., F
the following programs produced b
TV Center will have their initial
cast on Detroit stations:
8:30 a.m., WXYZ-TV,. Channel
"Understanding Our World: Four
flies Abroad." Four faculty men
cuss the pros and cons of taking
families abroad.
12 Noon, WWJ-TV, Channel4
"Campaign in the City." American
tics at the local level is examined
documentary about Detroit City C
cilman Mel Ravitz's bid for reelecti
Doctoral Examination for John
tol Kohl, Jr., Zoology; thesis: "A
tological and Genetic Analysis of
male Sterility in the Large Milk
Bug, Oncopeltus fasciatus," Sat.,
ORGAN IZ
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR
NOUNCEMENTS is available to offi
recognized and registered studen
ganizations only. Forms are ava
in Room 1011 SAB.
Folk Dance (WAB), Folk dance,
Feb. 6, 8:30-10:30, Women's At
Bldg.
** *
.Square Dance Club, Dance, Feb.
11 p.m., Women's Athletic Bldg
students, faculty and staff are in
to join the fun. No experience n
sary.
Young Friends, "Macbird" play
Ing, Sun., Feb. 5, 5:30 p.m., Fr
Center, 1416 Hill.
* * *
Gamma Delta, Feb. 5, supper
But it still t
over four m
to brew Car
the mellow
flavorful b4
of Copenha

Drink Carlsberg -the mi
Brewed and bottled by the Carlsberg BreweriesC

an 1, Room 2111, Natural Scienct Bldg., 2 FEB. 6- Feb. 9. Get Form 5000AB at Summer
er- p.m. Chairman, T. M. Rizki. Camp Birchtrail, Wis.-Private girl's Placement Service.
the camp, interviewing for crafts, gymnas- Washington Post, Wash., D.C.-Sum-
or- tics, photography, nature, drama, dance mer intern program for Jr. & Sr. in
be Placement and tripping. Also need female kitchen journalism.
to manager. ACA member camp. Fred S. Dubin Associates, West Hart-
be- ANNOUNCEMENTS: Green Lane, Pa.-Coed. Cabin coun- ford, Conn.-Summer positions for un-
ing Port of New York Authority-Holding selors and div. head, married couples dergrads, full-time to grads in design
day pen meetn Feb. 7, 4-5:3 p Aud. accepted. and electrical engineering.
Da , Angell Hall, for general information, FEB. 7- MisLbryoodn nln
ral ilb n iw E.7 Miss Liberty of London, England -
ill be interviewing at Bureau of Ap- Green Lane, Pa.-See Feb. 6 listing iris summer in England, requiring
)ay pointments on-Feb. 17. Clarkston, Mich.--Coed. Riding, swim- typing of 50 w.p.m.
ny Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Read- ming, nature, camp craft and counsel- Montreal Canadian Corp. for Expo '67
y' Ig, Mass, Palo Alto, Calif., and London, ors, male & female. -otlCanadian plCsonl,foExo6
not England-Interviewing at Bureau Tues., Canadian applicants only
Feb. 7. College textbook representatives Camp Arbutus, Mich.-Girl. Water-*
needed in Mich. Call Mrs. Davis, 764- front, landsports and crafts. Further information and details at
7460. Summer Post Office Jobs-Deadline Summer Placement Service, 212 SAB,
for applications for test is this Thurs., Lower Level.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Gradu-
ates and seniors make appointments by
4 p.m. of the day preceding the visits
nce- by the following companies. All em-
ployers expect to see your file beforeA
the interview Please return forms and
Yost update your files as soon as possible
Call 764-7460, General Division Desk.
MON., FEB. 6-
"The New York Central System Railroad,
d., 7 Detroit, Mich.-BA/adv, degrees Arch., SATURDAY, FEB. 4 fthe Royal Winnipeg Ballet in Hill
Chem., Biochem., Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts, 1 p.m. - UAC and University Aud.
Geog., Geol., Hist., Law, Math, Phys. SUNDAYFEB5 j
horal & Poll. Sl. for Computing, Mktg. Res., nationality clubs will sponsor the S - d
Roy- Purchasing, Sales, Stat. & Trans. 1967 World's Fair in the Union. 7 and 9:05 p.m.-Cinema Guild
p.m. Air Force Logistics Command, Wright- 7 and 9:05 p.m.-Cinema Guild will present Akira Kurosawa's
Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio - BA "The Lower Depths" in the Archi-
-Ar- Econ. & Math for Computing, Mgmt. tcrA.present Akira Kurosawa's h w
chool Trng. and Personnel. "The Lower Depths" in the Archi- tecture ud
Xerox Corp., Birmingham, Mich - tecture Aud.
BA/adv. degrees Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts, 7C
Hist., Journ., Poll. Sdi., Psych. & others 7an9:05 p.m.-CinemaIwi
s for inside and territorial sales. present Richard Lester's "A Hard
TUES., FEB. 7- Day's Night" in Aud. A.
ents: U.S. Civil Service Commission, Detroit 7 and 9:30 p.m.-MUSKET will
Phys- and other locations-All fields for SS
de- Admin., SS .Payment Centers and all present "Out of Our Minds" in
term employment under the FSEE. Menldelssohn Theatre ,
Gym- Jordan March (Allied Stores Corp.), 8:30 p.m.-The University Mus- * *
half [Miami, Fla.-BA/adv. degrees Econ., Gen.
held Lib. Arts, & Bus, for Mgmt. Trng., ICal Society Choral Uaion Seriesa
p.m., Mktg. Res., Merchan., Personnel & Re-, will present a dance concert by
ough tailing.
WED., FEB. 8-
elect Inland Steel Co., Chicago, 111. - Any
o so degree or major for Mgmt. Trng., Sales
only, & Finance.
National Center for Health Statistics,
Wash., ' (.-BA/adv. degrees Econ., PR ES ENT I NGG
eb. 5, Math, Psych, Soc. & Stat. for Stat.
y the Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Co.,;
tele- St. Paul, Minn.-BA/adv. degrees Econ.,
Gen. Lib. Arts & Math for Computing,
7 - Ins., Securities Analyst, Group Sales. PR
Fam- Aetna Casualty and Surety Co., Hart-
dis- ford, Conn.-BA/adv. degrees Econ., Ed-
their ucation. Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, Geog., L GUI TAfRIT
Hist., Journ., Law, Libr. Sci., Math,
4 -- Philo., Poll. Sci., Public Health, Speech,
poll- Soc. & Soc. Work for Ins., Sales &
in a Field Representatives. AT THE
oun- Joseph T. Ryerson and Son, Inc., Chi-
on. cago, IL.-BA Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Math, Phys. for Adv., Computing, Mktg
Clay- Res., Merchan., Product. & Sales.
Cy-
Fe- SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:r
weed 212 SAB-
Feb. INTERVIEWS:
ATION NOTICES
AN- p.m. followed by a talk by William
icaily Steude on: "The University Student and
t or- His Relationship to the University," 1511I
ilable Washtenaw Ave., University Lutheranj
Chapel.-
Mon., Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill St. att
hletic Forest Ave., Sun., Feb. 5, worship
services at 9:30 and 11 a.m.; supper at
6 p.m. with film at 7 p.m.: "The Holy
4, 8- Swindle"-dialogue between Dr. Joseph
All Sittler, Chicago Divinity School, and
vited Rev. Robert Karsten, campus pastor at
ieces- Wittenberg University.
c * * ! ,
read- University Lutheran Chapel, 1511?
iends Washtenaw, Feb. 5, 9:45 and 11:15 a.m.
services will be conducted by the Rev,
A. Scheips. Holy Communion will beI
at 6 offered. Bible class at 11:15 a.m.
3 VARIETY SHOWS
Ma ~plus"O
* The Nagilo dancers from Israel
* Pakistani love songs
aeI " Ta.lking drums from Africa
akesg
!oi" A Korean karate exhibition
lsberg- * A Latin American fiesta
and many other acts from around
eer the World.1

gen.II
SHOW TIMES: Friday (Feb. 3)
8:00 and 10:00 P.M.
Saturday (Feb. 4)
fellow, flavorful beer of Copenhagen. 7:00/ 9:00 and 11:00 P.M.
Copenhagen, Denmark - Carlsberg Agency, Inc.. 104 E. 40th St., N.Y.

By DEBORAH REAVEN
Question: What hides at the
end of an alley off Maynard and
has been called "the coolest place
in Ann Arbor?"
Answer: Yes, friends it is the
Canterbury House.
Those students who venture into
the wonderful world of Canterbury
find there an amazing number of
experiences. Mostly recognized as
a one-of-its-kind coffee house,
Canterbury offers more than the
proverbial folk-singer on week-
ends. It offers warmth, friendship
and a brand new philosophy that
life is good and that "It's good to
be the way you are:"
It is not obvious to most of
Canterbury's visitors that It is a
religious organization. That's part
of the plan. Sure, everyone knows
Martin Bell and Dan Burke are
ministers. After all, they do wear
clerical collars when they're up
there on that. stage clowning
around. But the line between what
is secular and what is sacred is
being effectively rubbed out and a
new religion that all of life is holy,
is taking over at Canterbury.
Rev. Bell has expressed it in a
small booklet published by and
about Canterbury. "This then is
our job at the Canterbury House,"
he said, "to witness to the simple
identity of sacred and , secular, to
the Church's concern for the
world, and to the Church's affirm-
ation of the totality of our life ex-
perience. That in the end we might
be clear-once and for all-that
there is nothing more important
than being human."
Run by the Episcopal Student
Foundation, Canterbury has been
attempting to unify life into one
single entity in several ways. First,
it moved from its old location on
South Division, one too far away
from the normal hustle and bustle
of Ann Arbor, to its new spot right
in the middle "of shops and traf-
fic, confusion and people," as Rev.
Burke puts it in the publication.
He also noted that "Canterbury
House is just for 'dropping in' day
or night," that they expect to be
available for counselling, and that
they plan "to gather all of this up
in worship which, because of our
circumstances, will have the ac-
cent on instructive experimenta-
tion." A class of inquiry into the-
ology and the Eoiscopal church is
being taught there by Andy Fid-
dler, and another course has been
set up for confirmation purposes.
"All in all." he said. "I think we
are attempting to explore and pre-
sent in a theological manner the
universe of human discourse that
is the University."
Ed Reynolds, student manager
of the Canterbury House, wrote in
the publication that "Canterbury
House is nothing and everything,
pedestrian and unique, pain and
happiness. It is all these and ev-
erything else. Canterbury is life,
for life is all the aforementioned
things . . . Canterbury House is
you. Tt's not you, it's me. It's not
me, it's an unborn child. And be-
cause Canterbury is all and none
rf these, Canterbury House is
God."
That is part of the religion of
Canterbury. The fun is part of it.
Life there is something to be en-
joyed, every day, every weekend,
every year. Life is the same wheth-
er it is Jesse Fuller Saturday night
or a sermon by Michael Cooney
Sunday morning.
Canterbury House is the place
where it's all happening.
Photography
By
Andy Sacks

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REVEREND DANIEL BURKE OFFICIATES AT ONE OF THE
SUNDAY MORNING SERVICES

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REVEREND MARTIN BELL (left) AND STUDENT MANAGER ED REYNOLDS
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