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MIC IH 1ICA N

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interested in positions in the communication industry. This includes CONSCIENCE IS FORMED IN EARLY
the Development and Research Departments in New York City, the
Western Electric at Hawthorne, and the seventeen associated Qpel ating PROFESSOR FORD AT S.

LIFE, SAYS
C. A. STUDENT FORUM

companiesor thee Bel n System.
A. D. Moore, Ii. C. Anderson, L. 11Gra ITalks On "Psychology Of Moral usually through constant repeti- series of 12 sponsored by the S. C.
,.Values"; Homer G afton To tion. Thus, human beings are very A. on the general topic of "Look-
Steak Tomorrow seldom reformed overnight. Reli- ing on Life." The meetings are
gious denominations that start open to the public, and discussion
Freslian Lit School Officers: Everything we start, from the training from very early childhood is informal at all times.
There will be a meeting of the officers of the freshman class of the first single repetition, is theabe- ,have less b dig n later earHomer H.hGrafton gene ristiac
Litrar scoolin oom306of he nio, Mnda, Mrch18,at :30ginning of an automotized habit. than do those denominations which rarofia thwileatudn Christian
Literary school in room 306 of the Union, Monday, March 18, at 7:30 Everything we do is building for start training at a later age. By: association, will speak on "Mis-
P m. our future acts," said Prof. Adel- the age of adolescence, our habits sionary Work in China in the next
Edward J. McCormick, P esidcnt bert Ford , at the weekly student and automotozations are too strong of a series of bi-weekly interna-
Forum of the Student Christian to be easily changed, in spite of tional forums held under the
Freshman Class Dues-L. S. & A.: association Thursday afternoon at any amount of logic." auspices of the S. C. A. at 4:15
Dues of all freshmen in the Literary school will be collected Monday Lane hail. "Thus, the most moral "We very often bend logic to t 'clock tomorrow afternoon inLane
and Tuesday, March 18 and 19, in Angell and University Halls. Dues are being is the one who sees in each I our feelings and emotions, some- hall. Discussion in these meetings,
$1.00 and must be paid by each freshman. movement the building of a habit times building up complicated 'which are open to all who are in-
'hc ilb t t t Itr ~ thd terested, is informal, the purpose
Frank H. Baker, Treasurer, Freshman Class which will be best n the future. structures of reasoning to hide our of the forums being to get the
This requires the highest type of moral values from the public gaze. opinions of students from all over
Cosmopolitan Club: itelligence imaginable." We are indeed, courageous ndi~ the world. The discussion tomor-
Profesor Ford, who spoke on "The viduals if we can expose our true
There will be a meeting of the Cosmopolitan Club Saturday, March Psychology of Moral Values" ex- reasons for doing things. A very rouest o from a ang emissionary
10, at 8:15 p. m. in Lane Hall. plained that many students !large part of the foundation of our
Professor Charles B. Vibbert of the Philosophy Department will come to college are afflicted with moral values must be faith. In Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
speak on "A New Trend in International Student Life." IJconscience trouble when they are practical life, we have to accept $2.25 for the half year.
There will also be an initiation of new membors. Refreshments' urged to do things, such as playing almost everything on faith. In the
will be served. !cards or pool, which have been last analysis, teaching must be
All members and friends of the Cosmopolitan Club are cordiallly forbidden to them from childhood. dogmatic. Logic will not do for a,
invited to attend this meeting. "Our conscience is determined by proof of everything."
invitdLtoClarkehis meeti g.y lattitudes previously adopted by us, The forum was the fifth of a
Helen L. Clarke, Secretary
Phi Lambda Upsilon: -f --
There will be an important meeting of the Craftsmen Club Satur- g Upslysp eal Business PREPARE FOIt
day evening, March 16, at 7:30 in the large lodge room of the Masonic meet ig r day, MarChe1,st1
p . -.. . m. in room 303 of the Chmsr B RDUINESS UTR

Temple. Each officer and member of the club is urged to be present.
R. IW. Webster, President I
Hindustan Club:
There will be a social of the Hindustan Club of the U. of M. onI
Sunday. March 17, 1929, at Lane Hall at 2:00 p. m.
The Nippon Club and all other Japanese students on the campus are
invited there.
All the Hindu students on the campus and the members of the
Hindustan Club are requested to be there on time.
Mrs. R. Aaron, Chairman, Social Corn.
Michigan Dames:X
The next meeting of the Michigan Dames will be held Mondayl
(instead of Tuesday) March 18, at 8 o'clock, at the Faculty Women's -
Clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls Street. This, change in date is made i
so that the members and their husbands may attend the Faculty Dance{
Tuesday, March 19.
Mrs. C. W. Ferris, President
Notice:
Dr. W. H. T. Dau, President of Valparaiso University, and one of
America's foremost Lutheran clergymen, will speak at St. Paul's Church,
W. Liberty and Third Streets, next Sunday, March 17, at 7:30 p. m.
Lunch will be served at the church at 6:30. All are cordially invited.
Samuel Trepp, President, Michigan Lutheran Club
Faculty Alumni Dances:
The fourth of the series of faculty-alumni dances sponsored by the
Faculty Women's Club will be held at the Union on Tuesday, March 19.
The Michigan Dames and their husbands will be guests of the
club at this time.
All those interested are reminded that if they wish another dance
in April, their checks must be in on or before the night of the 19th.
If a sufficient number is not guaranteed by' that time, the dance will
not be given.
Mrs. W. L. Badger

B~uildin g.
F. D. Smith, President
International Forum:
Homer Grafton will lead a dis-
cussion on the general topic of
"Missionaries." Several students
will be prepared to present their
views on the function, importance,
and place of missionary activity.
Both negative and affirmative view-;
points will be welcomed.
The meeting will take place on
Sunday, March 17, at 4:15 p, m.,
in the Reading room of Lane Hall.
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