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THE MICHIGAN DAILY sLTNDAY',MARCH 1 19311

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ITII PKIrIDAHO MINEWOMEN TORACE SOON
FOR DOG MUS.HING TITLE AND $,0
TO GIVE ADDRESSES
fl FINAL P flCRAM

Dr. Fred Smith, Congregational
Moderator, to Deliver Two
Speeches on Final Day.
WILSON WILL GIVE TALK
Fisher to Speak on Humanism
at Methodist Episcopal
Morning Services.
Ann Arbor's church services to-
day in the morning and evening
will be particularly concerned with
concluding the services of the Re-
ligious Emphasis week which has
been in progress since last Sunday.
At most of the hurche< the lead-
ers who have been in the city for
the, last week will I ve their final
speeches.f
Heading the list of notable speak-
ers will be Dr. Fred B. Smith, mod-
erator of the National Council of
Congregational churches, who will
speak on "The Fruits of Religion,"
at the morning services at the Con-
gregational church, and on "Moral
Robbery" at the discussion meet-
ings following the regular student
supper.
Smith Noted For Work.
" Doctor S m ith is well-known
throughout the entire country for
his work in connection with evan-.
gelism and law enforcement. He
has served as chairman of the exe-
cutive committee of the World Al-
liance for International Friendship
among churches and as chairman
of the Citizens' Committee of One
Thousand for Law, Enforcement.
At the Presbyterian church, J.
Stitt Wilson will 'speak in the
morning on "Christ's Message and
Social Conscience," and in the eve-
ning on "Creating Spiritual Lead-
ership for Our Times." Wilson is
especially known as a former lead-
er of the Labor party in England
and was also at one time the mayor
of Berkley, Cal. The Presbyterian
student group will also hold a joint
meeting with the Methodist group
5:30 o'clock today, when Dr. Fred-
erick . Fisher, of the First Metho-
dist Episcopal church, will speak on
"The Meaning of Religious Exper-
ience.",
Fisher Will Lecture.
Fisher will speak on "Humanism"
at the morning service in the Meth-
odist church.
After interviews with President
von Hindenburg and Dr. Strese-
man, and with many other of the
German national leaders, Dr. Harry
N. Holmes of New ork, field sec-
retary of the world alliance for in-
ternational friendship, will speak
on "The Striking Personalities of
Modern Germany," at the Metho-
dist church tonight.
At the Lutheran church, Dr. N. J.
Gould 'ickey, executive secretary
of the Lutheran board of education,
will talk on "Christianity and Wor-
ship," at the morning sevice, and
on "Christianity and Culture," at
the evening meeting.
Dr. "Curtis W. Reese, dean of Ab-
rahamn Lincoln Center of Chicago,
will discuss "Changing Goals in Re-
ligion" at the morning service in
the Unitarian church and the Rev.
William F. Rob ison, of Loyola uni-
versity of Chicago, will conduct
student masses at St. Mary's chapel
at 8 and 10:30 o'clock today.
At the Episcopal church, Bishop
William P. Remington, bishop of
eastern Oregon, will speak at both
the morning and evening services.
. Heller, Franklin to Speak.
Rabbi Bernard Heller, of the
B'Nai B'rith foundation, will dis-
cuss "How to Interest the College
Student in Religion," at the League
chapel at 11 o'clock today and Rab-
bi Leo Franklin, of ;Temple Bethel,
Detroit, will speak on Religion at
Work" in Natural Science auditor-
ium at 8 o'clock tonight.

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°ete ou c o 7 ircorBritain, will apci n Ar bov, turning t o E ng danci where he play-
) nxt F: iday a4 Stud7 when edl at the Court theatre in London.
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::weft ,7;c 7 ~ l ce tat for his dran'atiei achrievemnents, was role of Oli via in "wlfhNight," London. Widdop is coming to the'
temsz- born n a rr. 7mcin I siley thi the lead in John Drink- United States to fill engagements
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Associa ted Press Photo
Mrs. E. P. Ricker (right), of Poland Springs, Maine, will race Thuls
:Ian, 'of McCall, Idaho, shortly for the title of woman dog mushin
;mpion and a side bet of $1,000. They will race over a 25-mile coursE

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chat

World Court Plans
Will be Discussed
Reasons for the [United States
joining the World Court will be
discussed at a mee:'ing under the
auspices of the 'ToN oy'o leaguae,
the Student Chistian associa-
tion, the Round Tabile club, and
the World Court Student com'-
mittee, to be heldt at 4:15 o'clock
WVednesday, March 4, in the Na-
tr ral Science auditorium.
Dean H. I . Bates, on the L aw
school, will act as chairman.
Speeches -"I be mae y rof.
and speech, Prof. T. A. Steiner,
of theF political scL +. A 6depart-
of the areht tre seine-l, Cath-
erine Rbnon 3,anti eo~ardl
Kimball, '33, concerning their
'ccrC~pn of the importance of
Th-e Voi Court Student con-
nmit'tecFrecentl y collected more
the x12;,0003sir'nature 3 on a peti-
tion- urgin -thnatth e United
States joihi the court,

Alpha Nu- Plans Specis
&irliamnentary Meetin'
A special parliamentary dril
with Hienry Moser of the speech de
partnnent presiding, will be he]
Wednesday night by Alpha Nui
conjunction with Athena and Poi
t'a. The meeting has been postpor
ed until Wednesday, in order nt
'to conflict with the lecture of Day
iel Davenport.
Tryouts for Alpha Nu are givir
five-minute speeches each weep ur
der the direction of Byron C. Vet
der, vice president. The speech
may be on any subject. The sc
ciety will vote on new membe
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of 'Technology will come to Ann Ar-
bor a week from Tuesday to nie
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