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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1934

Re .Hep Coe a.m. Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m. noon, Monday, Nov. 12. Reports will
Church School, 11:00 a.m. Kinder- be made on proposed changes in plans
Screen Reflections Series On Religion garten, 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayers for the work in Education in the 1935
"1Rei on and Sermon by the Rev. Henry Lewis; summer session.
__7:30 p.m. Choral Evensong and Ad-
AT THE MAJESTIC (Continued from Page 1) dress by the Rev. William D. Orr. German Department: The monthly
with work, tired in every nerve, wait-, meeting of the German department
"MRS WIGGS OF THE ingfor the service to begin, I asked Lutheran Student Club: At 6:30 will take place tomorow at 4:15, Room
CABBAGE PATCH" mysif this question: What is it all for, o'clock, President Alexander Ruth- 201 University Hall.
A Paramount picture under the direc- this toil, this struggle, living in the ven of the University will be the guest
tHon of Norman Turaug starring Pau-PshogyJunlCbwilme
line Lorm n T.rFiels.asu Pau- heart of intellectual conflict, nothing of the Lutheran Student Club. Psychology Journal Club will meet
EvlynLVenable.C andFient Taylor. PittA sure. everything called into question, The talk will follow a supper at Tuesday, Nov. 13, 8:15 p.m., Room
meu.dycal revue. "Grandfather's Clock." what is the good of it? Then came 5:30 o'clock in the Zion Lutheran 3126 Nat. Sc. Bldg. Miss Djang andi
o 'an Ed inCa. inthenetm s this thought: Life stands at the center parish hall. others will report on some recent
reel. of the worl'd, human life; whatever studies in human learning. All in-
If you're one of the many -that likes cleanes that, whatever redeems it Unitarian Church: Five o'clock De- terested are invited to attend.
to dip back into the days past, when f rnm the power of evil, whatever gives votional service. "Peace With Hon-
Alice Hegan Rice created and made it freedom, whatever greatens and or' - a review of the book by A. A. Economics Club: There will be a
live a famous American name, Mrs. glorifies it, must be true. Religion then M'ilne will be Rev. H. P. Marley's meeting at the Michigan Union on
Wiggs, who with her family lived down appeared to me to mean sovereign in- subject. Liberal Students' Union at Monday, Nov. 12. Mr. A. Smithies,
in the cabbage patch, then you'll more sight into life's meaning, insight that 7:30. Prof. Preston James on "A of the Department of Economics, will
than enjoy the screen version of this generates power to overcome the Skeptic Looks at War and Peace" talk on "The Business Cycle Theory,"
famous novel, world, insight that brings one into followed by a discussion. at 7:45 p.m.
It is an old, old story that has been humble but happy service in the King-
done over and over in bed time stories dom of God, that leads a man to Hillel Foundation: 11:15 Services at Graduarte Education Club: Meet-
in our younger days, and yet a story consecrate his being to the improve- the League Chapel. Dr. Heller will ing on Monday evening, Nov. 12, at
that makes us live in that poverty ment of the life of his kind, and that deliver the sermon on "What the 7:00 in the Graduate Library of the
stricken but delightfully happy place gives him a song in the night." Hillel Foundation Contributes to the University Elementary School. Dr.

woman interested is invited to attend. Mrs. R. H. Holmes, Mrs. Carl Burk- sor George G. Ross of Landscape De-
lund, and Mrs. H. M. Dorr. The pro- sign give an illustrated talk on "My
Luncheon for Graduate Students gram will be given by the new mem- I Trip Down the Mississippi."
on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at 12 o'clock bers of the section.
in the Russian Tea Room of the Athena Literary Society meeting
Michigan League Building. Profes- Garden Section of the Faculty Monday at 8:30 p.m. in the Athena
sor Arthur Lyon Cross, Richard Hud- Women's Club will meet Wednesday, Room. Elections for this semester's
son, Professor of English History! Nov. 14. at 3:30 p.m. in the lecture officers will be held. All members
will speak informally on "Some Har- room of the Library to hear Profes- be present.
vard Worthies of the Nineties."

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Dance for Graduate Students will
be held on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 9
to 12 at the women's Athletic Build-
ing. Admission 35 cents.
Eagle Scouts, Sea Scouts: Mr. Watt
is scheduled to speak. Constitution
and Rules of the Road will be pre-I
sented. Officers are to be nominated.
Banquet is formulated. All Sea Scouts
and Eagle Scouts are invited to at-
tend the regular meeting Tuesday,{
Nov. 13, at 7:45, in Room 302 of the
Michigan Union. Old members and
newcomers are both cordially invited.
The University of Michigan Radio
Club will visit a number of Ann Ar-
bor amateur stations on Nov. 12,
starting from Room 302 of the Mich-'
igan Union at 7:30 p.m. A trip to
the Jackson Radio Club will be made
Nov. 16. In order to arrive early
cars should start from the Michigan
Union at 6:15 p.m. If possible, please
bring a car to each of these meetings.
Faculty Women's Club, Tuesday

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Now is the time to order Monograms for Christmas.

known as the cabbage patch.
Pauline Lord is admirable in her American life, that portion of which
portrayal of the loving Mrs. Wiggs. I is down in the cabbage patch. If you
She is a sincere and devoted mother, like a bit of sentiment, and a real
who can never be swayed from a insight into that cross section of life,
loyal family. All of the children are see "Mrs. Wiggs" by all means. It is
done exceedingly well by unknown a decided relief from the usual run
talent, with Europinia taking the of the sophisticated rich type, and the
cake, when she threatened to "hold picture is a step toward the higher
her breath until she got black in the ideals in motion pictures that has
face." been long known only to the legiti-
It is a most charming tale of mate stage. -C.A.E.

University Campus." 2:30, Class in Yoakum will speak on the subject,
"Jewish Ethics," led by Hirsch Hoot- "Research in Education." All per-
kins, at the Foundation. sons taking graduate work in educa-
tion are cordially invited. Refresh-
All Pre-Forestry Freshmen are re- ments will be served.
quested to meet in Room 304 of the
Michigan Union at 2:30 p.m. Pro- Mathematical Club: Regular meet-
fessor Ramsdell will be present and inng Tuesday, Nov. 13, 7:45 p.m., in
a trip to one of the University build- 3201 A.H. Prof. R. L. Wilder will
ings has been arranged. speak on "Generalized Manifolds."

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Vulcans: Supper meeting at 6 p.m.,
tower room of the Union.

cial activities. The regular evening1
DAILY OFFICIAL Church service is held at 7:30 p.m. Druids Supper Meeting at 6 p.m. in;
and Rev. Cowin's sermon subject will the Union Tower. Important busi-I
BULLETIN be "Things Of Others." All mem- ness to be discussed.
bers and friends of the guild are cor-I
- 'dially invited to attend all of these Scalp and Blade pledging ceremon-
(Continued from Page 2) services. I'ies at 5 o'clock, at the Union.
will speak on "The Ministry of Recon-
ciliation." 12:00 Noon, Student class Presbyterian Student Appoint- Iolan'the: Full rehearsal of entire
at Guild House; Mr. Chapman lead- ments: s operetta with principals and chorus
9:30 - Student Classes meet at the at the Laboratory Theatre, 3 p.m.
ing a discussion on "Jesus and the Church House. sharp. Unexcused members will be
Christian Religion." 6:00 p.m. Roger 10:45 - Morning Worship. "The dropped from the cast.
Willams uild metingat GildUnknown Soldier Talks It Over." Dr.
House. Prof. William E. Doty, of William P. Lemon. Outing for Graduate Students: The
the School'of Music, will speak oni 5:30 - Social Hour and Supper. Graduate Outing Club is going on an
"The Philosophy.of Jesus." A social 6:30 -Student Forum. "A Wom- afternoon walk, leaving Angell Hall
hour and refreshments will follow. an Looks at War." Mrs. Benjamin at 3:00. All graduate students who
J. Bush, Detroit. are interested should meet on the
Disciples Guild (Church of Christ) steps at that time. The group will
Appointments: Worship Service at Harris Hall: Regular student meet- be back in time for supper. There
10:45 a.m. with sermon by Rev. Cor- ing at 7 p.m. The topic for discussion will probably be a ball game of some
in. His sermon subject is "Patriotism will be, "The Functions of the Ser- sort as part of the outing.
Is Not Enough." Upper Room Bible mon" and Prof. Howard Mumford
Class, led by Rev. Pickerell, meets at Jones of the English Department will Coming Events
12:00. The discussion meeting of the be the leader. All students are cor-_
guild is held at 6:30 o'clock. This dially invited. . Faculty, School of Education: A
week the topic is "World Peace Among I special meeting of the Faculty of the
the Nations Today." A half hour Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church: School of Education will be held in
before the discussion is given to so- Services of worship Sunday are: 8:00 the Michigan Union at twelve o'clock

Sigma Xi: The first meeting of the Afternoon Play Reading Section:
year will be held Tuesday, Nov. 13, The next meeting will be held on
Room 2003 Angell Hall, 8 p.m. Prof. Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 2:15 in the
C. C. Fries will give an illustrated talk Alumnae Room of the Michigan
on "The Making of a Dictionary." League.__
Landscape Design Club: Meeting Michigan Dames: The Study Group
Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 7:30, Room 403 will hold its next meeting at the
South Wing. Arvid Andreson will League Monday, Nov. 12, at 8:00 p.m.
give a talk and demonstration on Mr. Otto W. Haisley, Supt. of
Photography and its application to Schools, will talk on modern condi-
Landscape Design. tions in Russia. All Students' wives
are invited.
Dance Club Demonstration : The
Dance Club will give a demonstration Michigan Dames: The Bridge
on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 14, at Group will meet Tuesday evening,
3:45 in Barbour Gymnasium. Fresh- Nov. 13, at thekLeague. Please be
men are particularly invited and also there by 8 o'clock.4
anyone who is interested.
Monday Evening Drama Section-
Graduate Women Students: A Faculty Women's Club: Regular meet-
posture class for graduate women is ing Monday, Nov. 12, at the home of
to meet on Wednesday at 3 o'clock in Mrs. Willard Olsen, 1202 Olivia Ave.,
Barbour Gymnasium. Any graduate at 7:45. Assisting the hostess will be

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