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TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1935

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- phets and Prophecy In Old Testa-
nent."
3 T TTTTT T At5:45,;all students of Roger WVil-
[AL BULLETINr iiA":o~oret
l~i lin s Gu ild are requested to meet at
uctive notice toal members of the the guild house to go in a body to the
ce of the Assistant to the Preadent Zion Luiheran parish house as guests
of the Lutheran League. Rev. Fred
Cowin will speak on the hymn, "0
. L eve That Will Not Let Me Go."
the 42nd Annual May Festival, to be Le a iN eMG
given in Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor,.
May 15, 16, 17, and 18. Presbyterian Student Appoint-
ments:
First Concert: Wednesday eveningt :
May 15. Artist and Choral Concert. 9 - S
Helen Jepson, Metropolitan Opera vhe Church House.
soprano, soloist. University Choral 10:45 a. m. - Morning Worship.
Union, Chicago Symphony Orchestra. "The Survival of the Unfit." Dr. Wm.
World premiere of songs from "Drum -Lemon.
Taps" by Howard Hanson. Frederick 5:30 p.m. ---Social Hour and Sup-
Stock and Howard Hanson, Conduct- ;; at the Church.
:30 p.m.--Student Forum. "Prob-
oi.lrnIMe In Collec e" Dr. Alden W.
Second Concert: Thursday evening,.quires.
May 16. Artist and Choral Concert.
Part I. King David by Honegge. 8:00 p.m. --Fire-Side Hour at the
Par I."Kig D~vi." y Hneger.Church House.

desk, do so immediately. Those
tending will be charged 30 cents.

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Ce ~rewgational Church: At 10:30
the minister, Rev. Allison Ray Heaps,
will speak on "Samson, the Popular
Athlete." The lecture at 11:30 will
be given by Professor Preston Slos-
son. He will speak on "The Congre-
gatinal Church," giving the history
ci its origin, the policy and tenets of
the denomination.
6:00 - Student Guild Supper fol-
lowed by a musical program by the
Fellowship Symphony Orchestra -
Mies Vlasta Podoba, bassoon, John
Knell, flu e, and John Houdek, tuba.
These young artists will play solos
with orchestral accompaniment. A
vocal solo will be given by Harriet
Clark, '37. Kaura Simonen, '37, will
preside at the piano.x
Harris Hall, Sunday:
Celebrating of the Holy Commun-
ion in the Chapel at Harris Hall in
the morning at 9:30.
Regular student meeting in the
evening at 7 o'clock. Achilles Talia-
ferro, student in the School of Music
and organist of the Methodist Church
will lead a discussion on, "Gregor-
ian Church Music."
Sant Andrew's Episcopal Church:
'ervices of worship today are: 8 a.m.
Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m. Church
Schooi, 11:00 a.m. Kindergarten,
11:00 a.m. Rite of Confirmation by
the Right Rev. Hayward S. Ablewhite,
D.D., Bishop of Marquette, Morning
Prayer and Sermon by Bishop Able-
white. 5:00 p.m. Young People's
Fellowship will meet at the Y.W.C.A.
for a pot-luck supper.
Lutheran Student Club: Rev. Cow-
in of the Church of Christ's Disciples
will speak at the meeting of the Club
on Sunday evening. The Baptist
Student Guild will be guests of the
Lutheran students on this occasion.
Those who plan to attend should note
that the supper will be served prompt-
ly at 5:45 o'clock instead of 6 o'clock
as is customary.
Rfermcd Students: Rev. John
Minnena will conduct services in
the Michigan League Chapel at 9:30
a.m.
Unitarian Church: Evening service
at 5:15 o'clock. "Asia - Mother of
Religion" -- dedication service of
eight flags of the historical religions.
Liberal Students' Union meeting at
7:30. Harold S. Gray, of the Saline
Valley Farms will speak on "The Fu-
ture and Value of the Cooperative
Farm." Sociology students will be
especially interested.
Orchestra, and Chorus Rehearsal:
Rehearsal for Orchestra and Chorus
for "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
at 2:15 at Lydia Mendelssohn.
Varsity Glee Club: The bus for
Dearborn Inn leaves today at 5:30,
and for Cranbrook on Monday at 5
p.m.
Alpha Epsilon Mu: Regular meeting
at League, 6 p.m. Candidates for
spring initiation will be discussed.
Phi Eta Sigma Members: If you
plan to attend the informal dinner
at the Union at 6:30, and have not
already left your name at the Union

Scalp and lade Society meetingi
at 5 o'clock at the Union.
Engineering Open House Commit-
tee Chairmen: There will be a meet-
ing at 5 p.m., Union.
Appointments of the Disiples
(Church of Christ) Guild:
10:45 a.m. - Morning worship serv-
ice with sermon. The League of
Micah," by Rev. Fred Cowin.
12:00 noon - Upper Room Bible
Class taught by Rev. Pickerill.
5:30 p.m.-Social and tea.
6:30 p.m. -- Discussion meeting of
the guild with Mrs. H. L. Pickerill,I
topic, "Building Personality Through
Worship."
7:30 p.m. -Evening worship serv-
ice and sermon, "Meditation On a
Memorable Hymn," by Rev. Fred
Cowin.
All friends and members of the
guild are cordially invited to attend
these meetings.r
Hillel Foundation: Dr. Harry Dob-
sovege, former executive secretary of
the Jewish Publication Society, willI
speak on "Romance of Jewish His-
tory," at the Hillel Foundation's regu-
lar Sunday morning service at 11:15
- League Chapel. Dr. Dobsovege isf
responsible for the English transla-
tions of Graetz, "History of the Jews,"
and many other classics--every one,
is welcome to attend.
At 8 p.m. at the Hillel Foundation,
Dr. Dobsovege will conduct an open
forum on the same subject as his
{ morning service.
Coming Events
Vocational Series: Students of the
College of Literature, Science, and the

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class business. Reference. Box 38.
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NOTICE
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Boats at Lake Michigan on beau-
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MAY
FESTIVAL
j Six Concerts

May 15,.16,17,,18
Soloists

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SIX "NEW" ARTISTS

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MARY MOORE
New Brilliant Coloratura
Soprano of the Metropolitan
Opera
HELEN JEPSON
TNew Sensational Lyric Soprano
of the Metropolitan Opera
MYTRLE LEONARD
Star 'of the Metropolitan
Opera whom Schumann-
Heink calls "the other
Contralto."
RUTH POSSELT
American Violin Virtuoso
MAXIM
PANTELEIEFF
Stupendous "Boris" of the
Russian Grand Opera
Company
W ILBU R EVANS
American Baritone

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Arts: - -
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Angell Hall, for students in the Col- _LO AN O-
lege of Literature, Science, and the T__A
Arts and others interested in future LOST: Silver Deit a Gamma ring. In-
work in Library Science. The meet- itials on back., F.J.W. Call Jane Wil-
ing will be addressed by Dr. W. W. loughby at 2-2591. 164
Bishop, Librarian of the University __---------
and Head of the Department of Li- DOBSOVEGE SPEAKS HERE
brary Science. Dr. Hary Dobsovege, former execu-
The next meeting of the vocational tive secretary of the Jewish Publica-
series, to be addressed by Professor tion ociety and translator of Graetz'
Emil Lorch of the College of Archi- 1 "History 0 the Jews" and other
tecture, will be held on March 28. woxks, will speak on "Romance of
Jewish History" at 11:15 a.m. today!
Physics Colloquium: Prof. J. M. in the League Chapel. Dr. Dobsovege
Cork will speak on "A Review of Re- will also lead a discussion on the
cent Experiments On Disintegration same subject at 8 p.m. in the Hillel
of Aluminum," at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Foundation.
in Room 1041, East Physics Bldg. All --- ---- - --- ----
interested are cordially invited to at- l
tend.1 L INSTRUCTIONS II?

-- Today - Monday - Tuesday -
15f UNTIL 6 - EVERY DAY
SHOW STARTS 1:30 TODAY
EDDIE CANTOR
a1,
"KID1MILLION S"
LAUREL & HARDY
"TIT FOR TAT"
Walt Disney's Silly Symphony
"TORTOISE AND THE HARE"
Technicolor Novelty

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Psychology Journal Club meets
Tuesday, March 26, 8:15, Room 3126
Natural Science Building. Dr. Wood-
burne will discuss some experiments
bearing upon the mechanics of de-
velopment. All interested are invited
to attend.
Acolytes: Meeting Monday, March
25, 7:30 p.m., Room 202 S.W. Dr. I
Bernard Heller will speak on "Mai-
monides, and His Reconciliation of
Philosophy and Religion."
Electrical Engineers: There will be
a meeting of the Detroit-AnnArbor
section of the A.I.E.E. at Ann Arbor,1
Tuesday, March 26. The meeting will
be held in Room 348, West Engineer-
ing Building at 7:45 p.m. E. W.
Spring, Research Engineer of the
Detroit Edison Company, will speakI
on, "High Voltage Cables." All elec-
trical students, including sophomores
and freshmen, are urged to attend
this meeting. A dinner will be served!
at the Union at 6:30 for those who
desire to eat with the group. Make
reservations for dinner with Professor
S. S. Attwood.
Student Branch A.S.M.E.: C W.
Lighthall, General Manager of the
Hoover Steel Ball Company, will
speak to the group at the meeting to
be held in the Union, Wednesday
evening, March 27, at 7:30. Mr.
Lighthall will speak on the manu-
facture of ball and rolle'r bearings.
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Every form of dancing.
' Open 10 to 10. Terrace
Garden Studio. Wuerth
Theatre Bldg. Ph. 9695

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SIX "OLD" FAVORITES
GIOVANNI
MART INELLI
Leading Tenor of the
Metropolitan Opera
ETHYL HAYDEN
American Oratorio Soprano
JOSEF LHEVINN E
Distinguished Piano Virtuoso
PAUL ALTHOUSE
Leading American Tenor of
the Metropolitan Ope a
THEODORE WEBB
Favorite American Oratorio
Baritone
PAUL LEY$SAC
Narrator of the New York
Civic Repertory Theater
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Organizations
CHICAGO
SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
.UNIVERSITY
CHORAL UNION
YOUNG PEOPLE'S
FESTIVAL CHORUS
Choral Works
BORIS GODUNOF (in English)
KING DAVID by Honegger
Also
WORLD PREMIERES
of
DRUM TAPS - Hanson
JUMBLES -- James
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7616 -PHONE -7611
NOW PLAYING

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Haven't You Heard?
The Majestic has lowered
Prices!!!
25C

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1. All week-day matinees
2. Evenings in the Balcony
3. All Seats bcfore 2 P.M. Sun.
35C
1. Evenings on the Main Floor
2. All Seats Saturday evening.
3. All Seats after 2 P.M. Sun.
Shiows Continuous 1:30 - 11:00
And we offer you a delightful
ccmedy spiced with alluring
romance.
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Conductors
Earl V. MOORE
Musical Director
Frederick STOCK
Orchestra q4onductor
Eric DeLAMARTER
Associate Conductor
Juva HIGBEE
Young People's Conductor
Howard HANSON
Guest Conductor
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Special Notice
Season Prices Reduced
The prices of season tickets
have been reduced $1.00 each to
the levels of $2.00, $3.00, and
$4.00 (former prices: $3.00,
$4.00, and $5.00) for holders of
Choral Union "Festival Cou-
pons," and to $5.00, $6.00, $7.00
(former prices, $6.00, $7.00 and
$8.00) for others.
Subscribers of record to pa-
trons' tickets will please mail in
their orders promptly on special
blanks mailed to each such sub-
scriber.
Orders from others will be

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