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MACANY DECLARES Men of Union Opera Don Finihig Touches
asT Merrie-Go=Round' Prepares for Premier
IUNG GNRTION

Detroit Minister Believes Youth
Must Settle Conflict of
Science and Religion.
S.C.A. CONDUCTS SERVICE
Indifference Toward Church Is
Laid to Multitudinous Body
of Truth Facers.
Youth of today is more "lost"
than the youth of any previous.
generation and therefore needs
more than ever before a personal
*relation with God, the Rev. Dr. Al-
vin E. Magary, pastor of the Wood-
waid Avenue Presbyterian church
of Detroit, told an audience of stu-
dents and townspeople Sunday aft-
ernoon in the Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre, at the third of the exper-
imental devotional services, con-
ducted by the Student Christian as-
sociation.f
There is a distinct conflict be-
tween science and religion, and the'
youth of today must arrive at a
competent conclusion concerning
his personal dedication of God to
solve the problems of life, the De-
troit minister stated. He laid spe-
cial emphasis on his belief that,
there was a conflict between reli-
gion and science.
Answers Questions.
Following his address the Rev.
Dr. Magary answered several ques-
tions placed by persons present. In
repi adng to one of the questions he
stated that the indifference of mod-
ern youth toward the church was
due to the multitudinous body of
truth that is today 'facing it. The
younger generation is bearing the
greatest pait of the strain of a
tremendous intellectual revolution,
he said.
'There is no divine discontent,
what is divine is purposed, while
discontent paralyzes man for thel
time being," he said in answer to
the request for the analysis of di-
vine discontent.9
In explaining his religious be-
liefs for another query the Detroit
minister stated that he "bases, his'
faith in religion upon the experi-
ence of the human race, during its
growth on the world.
Explains Hostile Feeling.
An explanation for the hostile
feeling commonly held against the
members of his profesison was giv-
en first in the Rev. Dr. Magary''s
address. The fact that clergymeir
come the farthest of any profession
from attaining their objectives, has
lead to a disrespect of the minis-
try, he declared.

ASPIECH CONTESTO RLEY DEPICTS Navy Department Heads Outline Activities;
Includes List of Travels and Inspections
INILL BE STAED OL ROA S, APS WASHINT ,9 h "On Oct. 10, 1929, the secretary
Francis Adams, the yachting skip- visited Lakehurst and made a short
Extemporaneous Contest to be Ancient Highways Not Inferior flight on the Los Angeles."
Fxtmpoaneusper; Ernest Lee Jahncke, the ship- It was shown that Mr. Jahncke
Held This Afternoon to Modern Thoroughfares; builder, and David S. Ingalls, the
in Angeil I l H . States Professor. aviator, have covered a lot of ter- jhad traveled by airplne steam-
ritry n al srtsof onvyanesship or destroyer to almost every
_ - ritory inall sorts of conveyances
TOPIC IS C0OEDUCATION DESCRIBES OLD PLATS they took over the job of running spot where the navy had interests,
the navy department for the Hoo- including Hawaii and Alaska. He
Preliminaries in the all-campus "Three thousand to thirty-five made a submerged trip in the V-4;
extemporaneous speech contest, hundred years ago there were ex-m r and flew on and off the aircraft
sponsored by the Oratorical associ- I The secretary, Mr. Adams, out- arfew not
ation, will be held at 4 ,o'clock this tensive hard surfaced road sys- lined his own activities and those carrier Lexington.
afternoon at the Adelphi room, on tems which were in no way infer- of his two assistants at the very M Vr. Ingalls inspected everything
the fourth floor of Angell hall. ior to our most modern roads of beginning of his annual reporI in the naval establishment which
All candidates, whether they have today," said Prof. John S. Worley,I beini of s a ua t, affected aviation, and watched the
already signed up or not, will meet which was submitted Saturday to
there at4ign, ptoreceive spel of the engineering transportation the presiden;, detailing trips by progress of aircraft development in
there a 4 p. m, to reeivethecicommercrealenworld.ilThe rfindb
topics on the general subject of department, while speaking of an- battleship, submarine, airplane, au- the commercial world. The find-
"Co-e&cation." They will have cient roads and maps. tomobile and other methods which ings of these three fast traveling
half an hour in which to prepareI Today rlear Cnossos, on the is- had been made in' the course of naval administrators were suntmed
their talks and the contest proper land of Crete, there remains a hard their duties. up.
will commence pronmptly at 4:30 p. sufce Fir'st, the president was advised up:
m. Five minutes wiilbe alwed surfaced road in such a state of that Mr. A rasetoo o as a 25 "The morale of the navy is high;
each speaker. preservation that the modern auto- p. in., March 5; that Mr. Ingalls the health of the personnel excel-
Five of those who compete will mobile can be operated over it at followed at 9 a. in., March 16, and lent; the condition of reenlist-
be selected to compete in a final a high rate of s-eea. This, high- that Mr. Adams took o ce at 2:35 mennu extremely satisfactomryand
a gh aeo pee.T ,hgh-Arl2 the number of desertions compara-
contest to be held December 17, way was constructed abbout 1,500 B p. in., April 20.~
when it is hoped to have a meet- Cy sThen the secretary told of per- tively small."
ting of the four literary societies on In speaking of early road Maps sonal inspections of navy yards and
ithe campus. At that contest, pre- Professor Worley said: "Our first other shore activities, his observa- Twenty-five states are represent-
pared speeches, limited to 8 mmn- road map was made by a Roman tion and battle practice in south- ed on the campus of Emory Uni-
utes, will be delivered. in te third century A. D., and was ern waters, his attendance at the versity according to statistics.
The judges who will determine 1 later copied and incorporated by launching of vessels, his study first Georgia leads with 672 students on
this selection are: Henry G. Moser Nicolas Bergier in his two volume hand of scouting fleet movements, the list, and ' Alabama is second
and Patrick J. Smith, instructors in work published in 1728. The map and winding up with this sentence: with a total of 70 students.
the speech department, and Orm- was drawn badly out of proportin_
and J. Drake, '30Ed., president of The roads as shown consisted of
the Oratorical association. straight' lines joined at angles.
Gold, silver, and bronze medals "The first. road maps or books
will be awarded the winners. were published in England andm i h g
e The purpose of the contest is to Scotland about the middle of the I
stimulate interest in public speak- seventeenth century. They were
ing on the campus and to develop made only after careful surveys hadary i
tfor varsity debating teams and Un-been made to determine the direc-
r iversity orators. tion and length of the road, and thr er one
a ! ---elaborate notes had been taken. of
. Northwestern University has es-Iall the principal topographical fea-
t tablished a new enrollment record tures such as streams, villages, cross "
this year. The enrollment totals I roads, estates, tilled land, forests,
a more than 11,000 students. I and game preserves."
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Wflianm J. Reynolds, '30,
Trainer of the "girls" dancing chorus, will appear as one of the
most winsome of chorines in "Merrie-Go-Round," the twenty-fourth
Union Opera, when it opens at the Michigan theatre, Thursday night
for a three day run with a matinee Saturday. Tickets are on sale at
the side desk of the Union today and may be obtained at the theater
box office beginning tomorrow. Seats are priced at 75 cents to $3.00
Discussion of a personal religion interest in attempting to solve that
then followed. Before taking up question.
the subject, he pointed out that "The roblems most necessary t(
i solve are those that go deepest into
although we may worship accord- life. There are questions which
ing to many different creeds, we all can not be answered through sci-
worship the same God, and that it i ence. There is.no mathematical so-
was from that anglo that he was lution to the human equation, there
is no chemical analysis of the hu-
proceeding. man emotion; science and religior
"People are easily preoccupied ( run contrary in the looking out foi
with the details of religion, and are oneself."

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CHRISTM AS*MUSIC
YPSI NORMAL C HOIR
Frederick Al6xander, ConduCtor
200 Voices; Children's Galery Choir 150 Voices

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getting too far away from the fun-
damental things, the reality of God,
and the validity of religion," the I
Detroit pastor explained. "It does I
not matter, where Cain got his
wife, there is nothing of practical

Christmas
Presents
JAMES FOSTER
House of Alrt
,ANN ARBOR, MJCHIGAN

OPTICAL
DEPARTMENT-
Lenses and Frames Made to Order
Optical Prescriptions Filled
HALLER'S
STATE. STREET :JEWELERS

Conrad nagel
phil spit amy's band,
a silly symphony, sound cartoon
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Old Nocis from Ronen, Goventry, Provence and an English "Wait"
Choral Music from Purcell, Mendelssohn, Grieg, the Rissians, and Old
France. Choral Miniatures celebrating Birds Songs, Moonlight, a Poet's
Love Song and French coquetry of the 13th Century. Virginia music
played by John Challis.
Pease Auditorium Ypsilanti, Thursday, Dec. 12
50 cents; no reserved seats
Doors closed for Prelude 8:00 to 8:30 p. m.

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INVITATION TO U OF M. STUDENTS:
You are cordially invited to inspect the displayI of Oriental Art
Goods at No. 12 Nickel's Arcade.
(No obligation to buy.)
If you are looking for Xmas gifts you may find something here.
Before buying any other gifts, consider these points: Economy, Ex-
quisiteness, Beauty, Unusualness, Artistic Designs.
CHIRL HYUN of New York

Froaternwite sand
SOrorites
Christmas Vacation is an excellent time
for your linen, blankets and furnishings to be

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Twuenty-fourth Annual Production
Lat Day,
Get Seats For
"Merrie-Go-Round"

Joy 1
"Who's the Head Man?"
Each of thei a Head Man in a scintillating,
girl and music, all-talking comedy-revue. A
smash hit of the NEW SHOW WORIJl.
THE TWO
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selves.
The Varsity will be glad to launder and
return them to you on or before the opening
day of school. Stored in a safe place. There
is no danger of loss by theft during the period
that your home is closed.
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