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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1934

nesday evening, May 23, at 8:15 o'-
clock at the School of Music Audi-
torium, to which the general public
with thedexception of small children
is invited:
Suite XVI in G Minor .. ...Handel
Allemande
Courante
Sarabande
Gigue
Andante in F ..............Bach
Variations on an Original
Theme in C Minor .....Beethoven
Prelude, Chorale, and Fugue.. Franck
Bagatelles, Op. 5 ...... Tcherepnine
Allegro Marciale
Vivo
Prestissimo
Lento con Tristezza;
Allegro don spirito
Presto
Events Today
Stalker Hall: 6 p.m. Professor
A. E. Wood on Sociology's Function in
Religion. 7 p.m. fellowship and supper.
All students invited.
"Nietzsche Reproaches Christ," ser-
mon by Dr. Frederick B. Fisher, pulpit
minister, First Methodist Church,
State and Washington streets, at
10:45, continuing a series on "Christ
Confronted by Modern Social Phil-
osophies."
Presbyterian Students: 7:30 break-
fast, meet at the Church house. 10:45,
Morning worship. 5:30, Social Hour
and Supper. 6:30, Student forum lead
by Mr. Graves. Subject, "The Modern
Use of the Bible."
Harris Hall: At 7:00 p.m. the dis-
cussion will be led by the Reverend.
Henry Lewis. The general topic is,
"What- Fields of Activity are left tc
Religion?"
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church:
Services of worship today are: 8:00
a.m. Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m.
Church school; 11:00 a.m. kindergar-
ten; 11:00 a.m. Morning prayer and
sermon by the Reverend Williat D.
Orr of St. Paul's Church, Albany,
New York; 4:00 p.m. Festival Church
School Presentation Service.
Roger Williams Guild: 6:00 p.m.
Mr. Kermit Eby, teacher of history at
Ann Arbor High School, will speak on
"Japan." You are -invited to come
with questions. Other services: 10:45
Morning worship, sermon by Mr
Sayles, "The Lord is My Shepherd.'
12:00 Noon Student Study group at
Guild House. Mr. Chapman, leader
Topic, "What resources has the Chris-
tian religion for meeting the modern
crisis?"
Fellowship of Liberal Religion (Uni-
tarian), 10:45 a.m., "Crocuses for
Children," a discussion of child-train-
ing by a panel of women. Dr. Kath-
erine Green, chairman.
Hillel Foundation: 11:15 a.m., Serv
ices at the League Chapel. Rabb
Heller will deliver the sermon. 4:1
p.m., Class in Jewish Ethics at th
Foundation by Mr. Hirsch Hootkins
6:00 p.m., Hillel Players dinner at th
Den. 7:15 p.m., Class in Dramati
Moments in Jewish History, at th
Foundation by Dr. Heller.
Outing for Graduate Students: Th
lilacs in the Arboretum are in bloom
Gail Brewington will lead a group o
a walk out to see them and othe
things in the Arboretum this after

noon at 3:00. All graduate students
who are interested should meet at
Angell Hall.
Coming Events
Special Assembly: Special assembly
for students in education at 4:10,
Tuesday, May 22, in the Auditorium of
the University High School. The pro-
gram will be presented by student
teachers living in Martha Cook dormi-
tory. Any member of the University
community is invited to attend.
Acolytes (Philosophical Society):
Professor Heinz Werner of the De-
partment of Psychology will speak ont
"The Aesthetic Value of Space and
Time in Primitive Art," Monday eve-1
ning at 7:30 in Room 1121 NaturalG
Science Building. Interested persons4
are invited.
Romance Journal Club will meet
Tuesday, May 22, 4:15 in Room 108
R.L. The following papers will bec
read:
Professor Kenyon - "A Misleading
Item from Sheridan's Library." -
Professor McLaughlin -- "A Note on
Purgatorio. Canto XL. Provenzano
Salvani."
Poetry Reading Contest: The an-1
nual contest in the reading of poetry
given by the Interpretive Arts Society┬ž
will be held Wednesday, May 23, at 8
o'clock in the auditorium of the Uni-
versity High School.-
The following students will speak:
Morton Adinoff, Ruth Chadwick, El-
eanor Chase, Josephine Gibson, Hu-,
bert Horne, Janet Neaman, Helen
Wright.
The public is cordially invited to
hear this program. No admission is
charged.
A.I.Ch.E.: Meentig of the Student
Branch of the A.I.Ch.E on Monday,
May 21, at 7:30 p.m., in the chapter
room. Mr. R. B. Harper, Vice-Presi-
dent of the Peoples Gas Light and
Coke Co., Chicago, will speak on the
subject of "A New Gas Supply and
Its Problems."- Refreshments will
be served.
Boulder Dam Film: The Student
Branch of the A.S.M.E. is sponsoring
the showing of The Babcock and Wil-
cox Co.'s films on the Boulder Dam
project at 7:30 p.m., Natural Science
Auditorium. The films cover both the
civil engineering features of construc-
tion and the mechanical engineering
phases concerning the installation of
machinery and equipment. The public
is invited. No charge.
Tau Beta Pi - Meeting at the
Union, Tuesday, May 22 at 6:00 p.m.
SAlmembers please be present as this
-is the last meeting of the semester.
Cercle Francais: Last reunion of
- the Cercle Francais will take place
i Friday evening, May 25, in the League
5 Grill. Supper dance, 9-12. Forty cents
e per person, including supper.
e Varsity Band - Concert Band re-
c hearsal Monday at 5:00 p.m. in Mor-
e
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N .L. Member CLASSIFIEDDIRECTORY
Arrested For

Anti-Hitlerism
Harvard Junior Is Caught
Spreading Propaganda
On GermanWarship.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 19. -
Allen Kellogg Philbrick, secretary of
the Harvard Chapter of the N. S. L.,'
and a junior on the campus, was ap-
prehended recently in the act of
stuffing anti-Hitler propaganda down
a blower in the German cruiser "Karl-
sruhe" now at anchor in the Charles-
town Navy yard.
Philbrick was caught in the act
of dropping bundles of the pamphlets
down the blowers by one of the Ger-
man sailors on watch who called a
marine guard to take charge of the
matter. The guard handed Philbrick
over to the commandant of the navy
yard, but the latter declared it out of
his jurisdiction, and referred him to
the Federal Marshal, who in turn
handed the prisoner over to the Bos-
ton police. At the station Philbrick
gave his name as Allen, but this was
found to be false and he was kept
in jail for the night for further ques-
tioning.
The flyers, which clogged up the
blowers on the "Karlsruhe" contained
some of the following exhortations
addressed to the Germfan sailors: "At-
tention, German sailors! Let not
Hitler lie to you. His promises are
broken daily. Salvation lies in Com-
munism. Join the fight, German sail-
ors, for a free Soviet Germany."
ris Hall. All members must be pres-
ent.
Roussky Kroujok: Last meeting of
the semester on Wednesday, May 23,
at 8:00 in Lane Hall. Professor C. L.
Meader will speak on "The Literature
of Soviet Russia."
Michigan League Against War and
Militarism will meet at 5 p.m. Monday
in the Upper Room, Lane Hall. Plans
for the National Youth Day meeting,
May 30, will be reported on. All stu-
dents are invited.
Junior A.A.U.W. Drama Section:
The annual picnic will be held Wed-
nesday, May 23, at Flemings Creek,
Geddes Road. Call Veronica Hoff-
stetter, 21947, for reservations by
Monday, May 21.
Sigma Rho Tau: Tung Oil Banquet
next Thursday at the Union. Ormund
E. Hunt, vice president of General
Motors, will be the principal speaker.
Program and distribution of honors.
Tickets, $1. Open to all students of en-
gineering or architecture.

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Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre

DON'T MISS THE DANCERS!
3 Matinees: Tomorrow, Tues., and Thurs., at 3:15
The Leading American Dancers
Doris HUMPINIFY
Charles W.IMA
"I wish to recommend personally these delightful recitals. No
artists have more color and gaiety. At the Lewisohn Stadium,
with the New York and Philadelphia orchestras, with the
Theatre Guild they have been a sensation. They will be one of
the highlights of the season!' -Robert Henderson
"Guild Theatre in New York crowded to the doors - an ova-
tion! These dancers are rich and racy, exquisite and powerful
all at once." -New York TIMES
TONIGHT at 8:15 - Matinee Wednesday at 3:15
Madame EUGENIE LEONTOVICH
The First Lady of Our Stage
in her gay and sprightly comedy hit
tAnd So To fled"
with ROLLO PETERS and Katherine Wick Kelly

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