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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

RE LiGIOUS SEMiNJAR
.ITO BE1-HE[LD HERE

Chosen as President
of Carolina University

lication in the
he University.
President until

Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

XLII. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1931

No. 42

EXHIBITION

cction of Premiated American Church Designs is
exhibition room of the Architectural building.
y from 9 to 5, except Sunday, until Nov. 17.
MEETINGS TODAY

now hung in
Open to theI

'niversity Symphony Orchestra: Broadcasting at 7 p. m., Morris
Rehearsal Sunday morning at'9:30., Hill auditorium. Thae cars
lus will leave for Saginaw, Tuesday at 7:45 a. m. Please be on time.
ophomore Cabaret: There will be a meeting of the Chessmen's War
) II this morning at 11 o'clock, in Barbour gymnasium.
[asonic Students: There will be a ieeting of the Craftsmen at 7:30
Masonic Temple.
hilippine-Michigan Club will render a joint program with the Cos-
litan Club at 8 p. m., at Lare hall. Professor Hayden of the Political
ce department, who visited the Philippines, China and Japan re-
, will speak. A typical Philippine "night scene" will be staged.
osmopolitan Club meeting at 8 p. m., Lane hall. Prof. Hayden of
olitical Science department will give a lecture on "The Presidential
on In America." The lecture will be preceded by a short program
the auspices of khe Philippine-Michigan Club. After the lecture
sual social hour will follow. Refreshments will be served. Club
ers are urged to attend. Please take your membership card along.
iers will be required to pay a nominal charge. -
COMING EVENTS
rench Plays: Students interested in trying out for French Plays,
see Mr. Koella, Monday, Nov. 16, from 2 to 5:30 and 7 to 8:30, in
408 Rdmance Language building.
gma Xi: Next meeting Monday, Nov. 16, 7:30 p. m., in the Am-
ater of the University Hospital-main floor. Dr. Harley A. Haynes,
or of the Hospital, will describe the work of several departments
iboratories which will afterwards be visited. A number of demon-
ns will be made. After the inspection, refreshments will be served.
embers are urged to attend.
ieta Sigma Phi: Meeting Tuesday evening, at 7:15 sharp. Import-
iat all members be present for the discussion of plans for Press
convention tea.
calp and Blade: Mleeting Sunday, Nov. 15, at the Union, 2:30 sharp.
ruids: Meeting on Sunday at 12 o'clock noon.
usiness Administration Lecture: Mr. C. S. Ching, Director of In-
al Relations for the United States Rubber Company will speak on
abject, "A Sound Industrial and Public Relations Policy," in Room
gell hall, at 3 p. m., on Monday, Nov. 16..- This lecture is intended
rily for Business Administration students but all, others interested
vited to attend.
industan Club will meet in Lane hall, Sunday at 2:30 p. m. The
ers are requested to be on time, as the group photo will be taken
the meeting.
hiinese Politico-Economic Society meeting Sunday evening, Nov. 15,
. m., Wesley Ball. Mr. Wilson S. Liu will speak on "The Economic
t of the Manchurik Question." Mr. T. T. Ying's topic will be "What
Should The Chinese Take Toward the Manchuria Crisis." All
se students interested are welcome.
r. E. M. Javier, of the Philippine Islands, Grad. student in Law,
resident of the' U. of M. Cosmopolitan Club, will discuss "The Mis-
y' Enterprise in the Philippines" with the members and friends
Student Volunteer Group at 9:30 a. m., Sunday in Harris hall,

Council of Religion to Direct
Meetings; Prominent
Men to Speak..
(Continued from Page 1)
Religion," "the Present-Day Prob-
lems of Religion," and "How Or-
ganized Religion is Meeting the Is-
sues of Today." An unusual feature
of the Seminar will be an -experi-
mental Devotional Service which is
planned to close the meetings on
Saturday night. This service is to,
be conducted by students of the
various faiths and will seek to de-
velop an aesthetic effect through
the use of poetry, music and pray-
ers which wll be acceptable to the
various sects.
Arrangements for the program
are being conducted by a prelimin-
ary committee appointed by the
Council of Religion. The commit-
tee includes Alfred Lee Klaer, El-
len Gammack, H. P. Marley, G.'
Ronald Innes, Wilbur J. Myers,
Philip Bernstein, and Ralph A.
Wurster.
meet at the Hall at 9:30 a. m., on
Sunday morning. Sunday supper at
6 o'clock. Dr. Albert M. Barrett,
director of the State Psychopathic
Hospital in Ann Arbor will speak
to the students at 7 o'clock Sunday
evening.
Tea is served to students at the
Hall every Tuesday afternoon at
4 o'clock.
Evangelical Students: All Evan-
gelical students and others inter-
ested are cordially invited to attend
a free supper at 5:30 p. in., Sunday
in the Bethlehem Church House at
423 South Fourth Ave. There will
be talks on "Disarmament" and a
discussi'on following.
Liberal Students Union: Mr. Syd-
ney Bruce Snow of Meadville Theo-
logical Seminary will speak Sunday
evening on "The Future of the
Church." 4 4

l CHT COMMUNISTS
FACE DPORTATIO0N
Punishment Result of Canadian
Mountie's Revelation of
Plot on Government.
TORONTO, Ont., Nov. 13.-(IP)-
The red coat of a royal Canadian
mounted policeman was an ironic
symbol to eight followers of the
Red flag who faced sentence today
as members of an unlawful asso-
ciation and parties to a seditious
conspiracy.
They were convicted Thursday
largely upon the testimony of Sgt.
John Leopold, who doffed his red
coat seven years ago to sit in the
councils of Canadian Communists
and rise to an official in the organ-
ization as "Comrade E. W. Essel-
wain."
The men convicted are Tim Buck,
Tom Ewen, John Buychuk, Amos
T. Hill, Malcolm L. Bruce, Samuel
Cohen, Matthew Popovitch and
Thomas Cacie.

ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBIT PORTRAYS
DEVELOPMENT OF AMERICAN CHURCH
"Little Brown Church in the Vale' Once little more than a box with
Has Become Giant Edifice a steeple, the representative church
of Stone and Marble. structure of today is an elaborate,
complex building. It is a worship
"The Little Brown Church in the place, richer and more beautiful
t~al' 'hasgron u alng iththethan ever before, and in addition i~s
little red schoolhouse on the hill, n educational buildm g, a social
if one may base a conclusion on the all, a gymnasium, a banquet hall,
photographs and floor plans of a club house, a game and recrea-
twenty-one prize chur hes on exhi- dramatic center, anid atcomunit
bit today in the third floor gallery rllig eont.r n omnt
of the architectural building. rallying point.
The exhibit, furnished by The
Christian Herald, a non-deinonina- Pastor Will Discuss
tional religious monthly magazine Modern Social Facts
of New York city, will be on display
until Nov. 17, according to Dean
Emil Lorch of the college of archi- "The Christian Attitude on Mod-
tecture. ern Social Problems" will be the
Every size and type of church is subject of a talk to be given by Dr.
shown completely and attractively, E. W. Blakeman, Methodist student
from the little tenthousand dollar pastor, at 4:15 o'clock on Tuesday
chapel to the million-dollar temple, afternoon in Lane hall.
and from the pure, inspiring Gothic This program will initiate a series
with tracery windows of imported of open forums to be held weekly
stained glass to the semi-domestic by the Student Christian associa-
structure of native stone and of no tion at this time. Forums will deal
particular architectural style. Not- with religious and social problers
able are half a dozen excellent ex- of the college student of today.
amples of the modern treatment of Student pastors and professors will
the Georgian or Colonial churches. be asked to serve as speakers.

Associated Press Photo

Dr. Frank Porter Graham, who
succeeds Dr. harry Woodburn Chase
as president of the University of
North Carolina. Dr. Chase is now
president of the University of Illi-
nois.
Revolution in El Ora
Draws Ecuador Troops
GUAYAQUIL, -Ecuador, Nov. 13.-
(A)-The province of El Oro, home
of former President Larrea Alba,
was in revolt today and a detach-
ment of troops was being sent from
here to put it down.
The leader of the revolt sent a
communication today to American
Minister William Dawson in which
he said Americans and American
interests in the area would be re-
spected,,It was believed he referred
particularly to the gold mines be-
lotigtng to the South American De-
velopment Co.
All lines of communication with
the province were cut by the rebels
but it was definitely established
that the leaders seized municipal
funds in several villages and towns
to provide money to carry on the
revolt.

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