FRIDAY, MAY 12,
THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 12.
Priest Compares Byzantine, Latin Rites,
gregation participates actively
during the mass by singing re-
sponses. The traditional insensor
TheByzantine sign of the cro;;s
is also different from the Roman
Catholic. Starting from the right
and going to the left shoulder.
The position of the fingers, three
up anditwo down, is traditionally
Marriages linking Eastern and
Western Rites are permissible. The
service takes place in the woman's
church an is performed by the
man's priest. The children are
always of the father's rite, Zaved
The Byzantine Rite, concentrat-
ed in Slavic nations, is as much a
part of the Catholic Church as the
Latin Rite, Zavell said. It is re-
lated to the Greek Orthodox
VU Guest Orgyanist
To Give Recital
Hans Vollenweider of Zurich,
Switzerland, guest organist at the
University this semester, will give
a recital at 7:30 p.m. today in
the Lutheran Student Chapel. The
concert has been arranged by the
Chapel in conjunction with the
Extension Service of the Univer-
A National Science Foundation
grant of $11,450 will finance an
in-service institute for junior high
and high school mathematics
teachers at the University during
the 1961-62 academic year.
church and is performed by the
mathematics department will ad-
minister the grant which covers
tuition costs for institute mem-
bers and provide a small amount
toward books and travel for the
Saturdaymorning credit courses.
Prof. William J. LeVeque will
conduct first semester classes,
teaching number theory from his
new textbook. Prof. Brumfiel will
teach a second semester course in
geometry, including a survey of
some of the newer treatments of
high school geometry.
Institute members will gain two
hours of graduate credit.
The NSF grant is part of $2.7
million, which will support 263
in-service institutesnnationally in
1961-62. Andrews University, Cen-
tral Michigan "University, Univer-
sity of Detroit, Northern Michigan,
Wayne State and Western Michi-
gan Universities will also receive
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