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StITTYAV, UtA lk 2, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Faculty, Students, Citizens to Join in Religious Emphasi

s Week.

CHURCHES TO GIVE
SPECIAL SRIE
Noted Divine to Lead Discussion
Held in Connection With
Religious Program.
TO DISCUSS PROBLEMS
Bursley, Edmonson, Duffendack
Commend Plan Which Goes
Into Effect Today.
Students of the University, mern-
bers of the faculty, and the citizens
of Ann Arbor will join today in the
first meetings of Religious Empha-
sis week which will continue until
Saturday. Most of the church serv-
ices in the city today are being held
in conjunction witn the observance,
especially the young people's meet-
ings in the various student church
centers.
During the week, an attempt will
be made to combine the members
of all the various creeds and
churches represented in the Uni-
versity and in the city on the com-
mon basis of a searching analysis
into the ,religious problems of the
day especially as they concern the
young people and the students.
Leaders Distinguished.
Liberal leaders representing all
the denominations of the day have
been secured to lead the discussion
groups and the devotional meet-
ings for the period. The list of men
who will be in the city for the week
includes a large number who are
distinguished as religious leaders,
as thinkers in connection with the
modern problems, and many of
them as writers and authors of
books in various fields.
The project has, since its incep-
tion, received the unlimited support
of the faculty of the University
, . who have combined in expressing
their entire approval of the period
and its purposes.
In this connection, Joseph A.
: Lursley, dean of students, stated, "I
feel that this program for the Re-
ligious Emphasis week cannot help
having good results. The very fact
that all the religious interests are
combining in this effort and that it
has received the support of a con-
siderable body of students makes
it significant and insures its sue-
cess."
Edmonson Gives Support.
Dean J. B. Edmondson, of the
School of Education, added his sup-
port to the project and said, "The
plans for Religious Emphasis week
make a strong appeal to me. The
fact that all of the religious groups
are supporting the plans gives evi-
dence of a fine cooperative spirit. It
is my prediction that students and
faculty members will give the pro-
gram a degree of support that will
help to make it a real factor in the
life of the University."
"It gives an opportunity for us to
clarify our minds on some questions
of human experience that are ex-
cluded from our curricula," Prof.
Ora S. Duffendack, of the physics]
department, said. "A fine spirit of
tolerance is implied in that each
group leaves to the others the car-
rying out of the purpose of the
Mission according to its own plane
and practices."

Ruthven Commends
President Alexander G r a n t
Ruthven has been enthsuiastic
in his support of the Religious
Emphasis week plan ever since
its first proposal and has added
his confirnia.,oni of the plan to
the statements of the other
members oi1 the faculty.
"The inaug;uration of Religious
Ernphasis weeii," he statzd, "is
a projcet cf significance in the
life of the University. Persons
outside of the University, con-
fusedby the apparentnessoe
the more material aspects of col-
lege life, are inclined to over-
look the fact that the religious
growth of the student is going
steadily forward, sometimes even
without his full knowledge. A
week of concentration on spiri-
tual values cannot fail to profit
each of us."
President Ruthven will be pre-
sent at an informal reception for
the visiting leaders at 4 o'clock
this afternoon in the League.
Students and faculty members
will have the opportunity of be-
coining acguainted with the men
who will lead the programs dur-
ing the next week.

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YARDTO DDtoSS eadCatholic Group HAR i iiii DRETO
Rev. Fr. WilliamF. Robison, emi- n
Inent Cathoic clergyman and uni-RETURNS lU1W E
_versity professor, has been obtain-
Prominent Educator, Lecturer ed to lead the Roman Catholic stu- Rev. Thomas L. Harris, Former,
to Discuss Church's Place dents' program of activities for Re- Student Adviser Here,
ligious Emphasis week.!
in Social Legislation. ion E hass he ito Speak Today.
---- Robison has held important aca-'
James F. Yard, distinguished edu- demic and executive positions at Religious Emphasis week services
cator, traveller, and lecturer, and St. Louis university and the Uni- at the Episcopal church will be
at the present time, director of versity of Detroit. In 1906 he was marked by the return of Rev.
religious activities at the North- made vice president of the Uni- Thomas L. Harris former assistant
western university, will be the versity of Detroit. Three years later rector And stuchurchadvisor at the
speaker at several of the Methodist he accepted a professorship in present tine religious director at
ethics and theology in St. Louis. In Hraduiest n h t
church meetings during Religious 1914 he was made president ofsth Harvard university and by the stay
r of the Rt. Rev. William P. Rem-
Emphasis week. institution. He has written numer-
He has travelled and taught in ous books and papers on religious ington, bishop of eastern Oregon.
China and Japan for some time and matters. the Ann Arbor church for more
during his various trips has ac- Father Robison will conduct a than four ars hereh gained
quired a first hand knowledge of mission for students opening at the te ofstdents and
the political and masses today and closing at the townspeople alike. His first adr
aocial problems of masses Sunday, Feb. 22. ance this week will be at 11:30
she Orient and o'clock at the regular morning
o as been a life- IinrDiasstudet of drservice. He will be present at the
~ongstdn of!DII ItinHrihal
he problems of student supper at 6:30 o'clock to-
eligion. At 4:15 night
' k m Bishop Remington will be in
o'clock tomorrow
ie will lead a charge of services Tuesday through.
roup discussion L r i d ay. At 7:30
>d i s c u s s i o nr i daf " T h e C h u r c h 's ~ - -o 'c l o c k e a c h
Place in Social Chicago Theologist to Speak at morning, H o I y

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Dr. Louis Mann, well-known rab-
bi and lecturer at the University of
Chicago, will aid in directing the
activities of the Hillel foundation
during Religious Emphasis week. Dr. James King to Give Talks
Dr. Mann graduated from Johns at Congregational Church
Hopkins university with Phi Beta During Week.
Kappa honors. He
has since held a Dr. James King, eminent scholar
professor ship of and leader of the Congregational
ethics at Yale and
is now a lecturer denomination, will be the chief
at the University s p e a k e r at the congregational
of Chicago a n d church during the activities of Re-
associate editor of ligious Emphasis week. Dr. King is
U h e Religious I a graduate of Harvard and took
Emphasis w e e k his master's and doctor's degrees
program of the at Clark university. At present he
Hillel foundation is head of Olivet college. He is a
will open with a student of psychology and philoso-
Dr. Ma inn meeting at 7:30 phy, having held for a time a
o'clock Sunday evening at the traveling fellowship in psychology
foundation building. There will be in Germany.
a round table discussion at 7:30 Also taking part in the Congre-
o'clock on Tuesday. At the same gational program
hour on Friday there will be an are Fred B. Smith,
Orthodox service. Concluding the moderator of the
program for the week, the regular ,National Council
morning service and a discussion ! of Congregation-
group at 7:30 will both be conduct- al churches, and
ed by Rabbi Mann. Rev. Harvey Col-
burn, congrega-
tional pastor of
Ypsilanti.

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Curtis W. Reese Will Conduct
Discussions at Unitarian
Church This Week.
Dr. Curtis W. Reese, Unitarian
Clergyman and writer, dean of
Abraham Lincoln centre, Chicago,
and a prominent exponent of relig-
ious humanism, will lead the dis-
cussion groups at the Unitarian
church, State and Huron streets,
during the next week.
Dr. Reese will speak every eve-'
ning, except Saturday, and at the
regular morning services of the
fellowship at 10:45 o'clock today
and next Sunday.
A banquet will be served at 6:30
o'clock, Friday, in the social hall
of the church. Prof. Carl E. Guthe,
director of the museum of an-
thropology, will be toastmaster for
the occasion and Dr. Reese will
lecture.
Following is the schedule of the
evening meetings and topics, each
of the meetings being for a spe-
cial group :p-
Tonight -f o
- ns and the
Modern Student;" "
tomorrow - f o r
< omen, "The!
Jutlook for Re-
igion;" Tuesday
night-for grad-
iate students,
'Humanism a n d
ihe Professions;"
Wednesday night
Dr. Reese -f o r townspeo-
ple, "Religion a n d Community
Life;" Thursday-for faculty mem-
bers, "Can a Scientist be a Church-
man?;" Friday night-general,
meeting, "Opportunities of a Hu-
manized Church for World-wide
Service."

Legislation." On
James F. Yarc, Tuesday at 7:30
o'clock in t h e
church rooms he will lead a gen-
eral discussion group.3
Supper will be served in the
church at 6 o'clock Wednesday and
following the meal, the discussion
will be led by Dr. D. Stanley Coors
who will also lead the groups on
Thursday night. The Friday and
Saturday meetings will be led by
Dr. Frederick B. Fisher, pastor of
the church.
Dr. Coors is a graduate of Albion,
college, Drew Theological seminary,
and Columbia university. He has
been active in church work and has
frequently spoken before college
and University assemblies. He is
keenly interested in the religious
problems of college students.
WILSON TO GIVE
TWO TALKS HERE
Two Other Noted Presbyterians
Listed on Week's Program.
Three prominent men in religious
circles will join in the leadership of,
the group discussions at the Pres-
byterian church, Huron and Divi-
sion streets, during the Religious
Emphasis week.
Among the foremost men who
will be in the city for the period is
the Hon. J. Stitt Wilson, prominent
figure in the Labor party in Great
Britain at the present time and
former mayor of Berkeley, Calif. He
will speak next Sunday in the
morning about "The Christ Message
and the Social Conscience," and in
the evening on "Creating Spiritual
Leadership for Our Times."
Dr. Benjamin J. Bush, at present
the pastor of the Westminster Pres-
byterian church in Detroit and dis-
tinguished for his work throughout
the country especially in y o u n g
people's circles, will open the week
here today with "Christian Convic-
tions" in the morning and at the
student meeting in the evening he
will speak on "Heart Hunger."
During the week J. Walter Ma-
lone, jr., of the University of Illi-
nois, wiil lead the group discussion.

Lutheran Church; Wickey
Also to Lecture.

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Dr. . F Grberfast in H a r
Dr. L. F. Gruber, president of the hall. I n f o r mr
Chicago Lutheran seminary, will be discussions w
the principal speaker at the meet- be held in Ha
ings during the Religious Emphasis hall daily a
week at the Lutheran church in o'clock. Tea
Ann Arbor. be served.
Dr. Remington Student s e
Dr. Gruber is especially well- ices will be held at 7:30 o'clock e
known for his work in coordinating night in St. Andrews church.
the results of the recent scientific On Saturday, Bishop Reming
development with the various reli- will preside at a conference on
gu bcational work for women in
gious beliefs of the day. He has church. This session will be hel
served on a special commission on Harris hall.
the relationship of religion and Bishop Remington's last appe
science and is professor of system- ance of the week will be at
atic theology and author of ."The o'clock next Sunday morning wl
Einstein Theory - Relativity and he will conduct the regular mo
Gravitation." He will speak at ing worship.
7:30 o'clock next Friday on "Chris- Bishop Remington now bishop
tianity and Science." eastern Oregon, was born in P
Dr. N. G. J. Wickey, of Wash- adelphia. He attended the Del
ington, executive secretary of the cey school and the University
United Lutheran board of educa- Pennsylvania, graduating from
tion, will also be latter with the degree of bach
the guest of the 4 of science. In 1906 he took the
Lutheran church F gree of bachelor of divinity ft
of Ann Arbor dur- the Virginia Theological semin
ing the week. He and that of doctor of divinity f
is a graduate of the same institution in 1918.
Gettysburg c o 1- = After teaching at the Delan
lege and of Harv- school and serving successively
ard university and curate, deacon, and vicar in P
has been profes- ;. ' delphia, he became rector of
sor of philosophy Paul's Minneapolis and latter S
at Concordia col- fragan bishop of South Dak
lege and presi- where he served among the Sig
dent of Carthage Dr. L. F. Gruber Indians for six years. Follow~
college. He is also an active con- medical work in the World war
tributor to numerous religious and became bishop of eastern Ore
educational journals. in 1922.
During the week, Dr. Wickey will
speak at several of the meetings. NEW YORK--(AP)-The best ar
Thursday night, he will discuss teur chocolate maker in Northa
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Problems." He will speak at both self, is none other than its n
the morning and evening services distinguished citizen. Bruce Ba
.Text Sunday. His topic in the morn- tells in the current American n
ing will be "Christianity and Wor- azine abou Calvin Coolidge mal
ship," and in the evening he will himself a night cap every night
speak on "Christianity and Cul- fore retiring. No information
ture." given about dunking.
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Noted Spiritual Leaders of All
Sects Will Lecture Here
During Symposium.
Regular meetings are planned at
4:30 o'clock and at 7:30 o'clock each
day during. t he
next week at the
Baptist church in
connection with
the Religious Em-
phasis week. At
meetings Dr. Al
lyn K. Foster will
give a short ad-
dress and will
I e a d the group
discussion. Dr. Foster
Dr. Foster is a graduate of Balti-'
more City college and has attended
Johns Hopkins university, Southern
Baptist Theological seminary, Yale
university and Brown university.
During the war he was Y. M. C. A.
secretary in France and Germany
and has been acting pastor of
churches in Brooklyn and Worcest-
er, Mass.

Smith has been
connected w i t h
t h e interchurch
Dr. James King world movement
and with the men and religion for-
ward movement. He is widely known
as an outstanding speaker. He was
an active worker during the Span-
ish-American and World wars, en-
gaging in spiritual welfare work
among the soldiers. One of the
most important activities of his ca-
reer, however, was the organization
of the great citizens' movement of
1923, which had for its object the
rallying of all the forces of the
community towards the presgrva-
tion of law and order with particu-
lar reference to the liquor situation.
The weeks activities will open
with the regular Sunday morning
service at which Dr. King will be
the chief speaker. At 6.0O o'clock
Sunday evening there will be a
student supper at which Dr. King
will speak. On the following Sun-
day at the close of the week's pro-
gram, Smith will address both the
regular morning service and the
evening student supper.
DETROIT -(A)- Anong victuals
ordered for the wedding feast of
Councilman Fred B. Dibble of Ham-
tramck and Miss Violet D. McLeod
are 10 barrels of sauerkraut and
one-half mile of sausage.

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If you do not care to enter articles of your own making, then enter
those made by someone else. Remember the only requirements of entries
is that they must be made by hand. Rummage through the old family
heirlooms, that have long since been carefully stored away,-articles made
by your grandparents or other ancestors. You will be surprised at the
workmanship seen in some of these old family treasures.
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DO NOT WASTE ANY TIME
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