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periences of Jesus" and "Expression
of Jesus' Character." Supper will be
IAL BU I ETIN served promptly at 6 o'clock.
uctive notloe to all m abers of the Pc. ytcrian Student Appoint-
ce of the Aeistant to the President mnt: 9:30 Student classes at the
Church House.
10:45 Morning wrship, Dr. Wm.
make-up final examination for this P. Lemon, "How can we know the
course to be given this semester. Truth?"
5:30 Social hour and supper.
6:30 Vesper service. "Bread, But-
Lectures ter and Beauty," Prf. John L.
University Lecture Brumm.
Dr. Frederick A. Coller, Professor 8:00 Fircide Hour. Rev. Mr. Bald-
of Surgery in the Medical School, wm and wife. Returned missionaries
will lecture on the subject "The Pro- from Burma. Authors of "Bethane."
gress of Surgery in Recent Years" I
illustrated), at 5:15 p.m., Thursday, UInitarian Church: Family service
Feb. 28, in the Natural Science Au- at 5:15 o'clck.
ditorium. Topic, "Bible Stories You Can Be-
This is the sixth of a series of Uni- lieve." Buffet supper aL 6:15. Liber-
versity lectures by members of the al Students' Union at 7:30. Mr. F. F.
University faculties, which faculty Ing, am Jr., of Detroit, will give an
members, students, and the general intereSting talk, "Impressions of
public are cordially invited to at- Medierianan Countries." illustrat-
tend. ed with movies.
Public Lecture: Dale S. Cole, of Hillel Foundation: 11:15 Services
Detroit, will speak Tuesday at 8 p. at the League chapel. Rabbi Heller.
m., Michigan League, on the subject will speak on "Protestant, Catholic
"Power to Use." Mr. Cole is an elec- and ew - Can They or Should They
trical engineer by profession, a mem- Unite?"
her of the honorary societies Sigma 8:00. Student open forum at the
Xi and Eta Kappa Nu, a speaker Foundation, led by Leonard Ken-
and writer on technical as well as dall, Grad. The subject will be "The
religious subjects who points out that Unrealities of Campus Life."
religion today must be rational, prac-
tical, vn to met te n pfa Alpha Epsilon Mu: Supper meeting
changing world. The public is cor- at 6 p. in., Russian Tea Room of the
dially invited to this lecture which is League.
sponsored by the Baha'i Study Group.
Coming Events
Events Today Psychology Journal Club meets1
Methodist Episcopal Church: 9:45 Tuesday evening at 8:15 in room
a. m. - Class for young men and 3126. Dr. Colby will review Gott-
l women of college age. The group dis- schald's studies on normal andj
cusses modern social problems and feeble-minded children. All interest-
Christian ideals. Meet in the balcony ed are invited to attend.
of the church auditorium. ,
10:45 a. m. - Morning worship Romance Languages Journal Club:1
Service. Dr. C. W. Brashares has Meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb.
chosen as a sermon subject, "Beau- 26, at 4:10 in Room 108 R.L. Dr. C.+
tiful Lies." A. Knudsop will speak on "Recent
Editions and Studies of the Chan-
Stalker Hall -for Young Men and son de Roland." Graduate students+
Women of College Age: 12:10-12:40 and others interested are cordially
p. m. Class for young men and wom- invited.
en - students as well as those who --
are employed. Plan to meet with the Tau Beta Pi: Regular dinner meet-
group here today as considerations ing Tuesday, February 26, at 6 p. m.,
for future class meetings will be Union. Mr. Harry E. Brelsford in.
made at this time, charge of research at the Diamond
6:00 p.m. - Wesleyan Guild De- Power Specialty Co. will speak. '
votional Service. Dr. and Mrs. De--
Witt C. Baldwin, missionaries from A delphi House of Representatives,+
Burma, will lead discussion groups Men's forensic society, will hold a
continuing. "The Code of a Chris- smoker for members and prospective
tian." After the meeting there will members in its room on the fourth
be supper and fellowship hour. floor of Angell Hall on Tuesday, Feb.
--- 26, at 7:30 p. in. Professor John H.
Harris Hall. Regular student meet- Muyskens of the Speech Department
ing at 7:00 p. m. Dr. Carleton Peirce, will address the society. Adelphi will
associate professor of Roentgenology hear tryout speeches for member-
will give an address on, "The X-Ray ship after the address. All men stu-
in Medicine and Industry." An in- dents are eligible and may apply for
formal discussion will follow. All membership by giving a speech of
students are cordially invited. not more than six minutes on any
I subject. The public is cordially in-
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church: vited to attend the smoker.
Services today are: 8:00 a. m. Holy
communion; 9:30 a. m. Church Luncheon For Graduate Students
School; 11:00 a. m. Kindergarten; on Wednesday, February 27, at 12
11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and o'clock in the Russian Tea Room of
Sermon by the Reverend Henry Lew- f the Michigan League Building. Pro-
is. fessor Charles F. Remer, of the Ec-
onomics Department, will speak in-
First Baptist Church; Roger Wil- formally on the "Economic Boycott."
liams Guild - Sunday, 10:45, Rev.
R. Edward Sayles will speak on "Re- The Executive Committee of the
ligion is not Restraint but Life." Interfraternity Council will meet at
12:00 Noon at the student guild 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28, in Room 306
house, Mr. Cha'pman will start a new of the Michigan Union. All petitions
course of study on the history, lit- to this meeting relative to fraternity
erature and religion of the Old Tes- initiation must be in the council office
tament; 'to discuss the essentials for I by noon Thursday.a
an understanding and appreciation Alvin H. Schleifer, Secy.
of the subject.
6:00 Roger Williams guild meets. Elective Tap Class: A class in tap
Mr. Lawrence Louis and Mr. Hsun dancing for men and women students
Sung will be the speakers, discussing will be held in Barbour Gymnasium
oriental problems. on Tuesday evenings at 7:30, begin-
ning Tuesday, Feb. 26. A small fee
Congregational Student Fellow- will be charged to cover the cost of
ship: Prof. DeWitt N. Parker will the music.
speak on "Some Reflections on Re-

ligion" at the Congregational Stu- Hillel Players: Rehearsal for all
dent Fellowship. Supper at 6:15. members of the cast of "The Time
Has Come" Monday at 3 at the
Salp and Wade meeting at the Foundation.
Union at 5 o'clock. All members are -
requested to be present. Mechanical Engineers: There will
be an A.S.M.E .meeting Wednesday,
Lutheran Student Club will meet February 27, at 7:30, in Room 348,
this evening at 5:30 o'clock in the West Engineering Building. The first
parish hail of the Zion Lutheran part of the meeting will be taken up
Church, Washington Street. The by the oral presentation of student
topics for discussion will be "The Ex- . papers. fifteen minutes being allowed
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In order to die as their British army aviator fianacs did a few days
iealier in Italy, Elizabeth and Jane Dubois, beautiful American sisters,
plunged hand in hand from a plane piloted by John Kirton (center),
who thought he was flying the girls to Paris and did nct notice their
absence until he was well over the English channel. He is shown as he
aided in unloading a cargo of gold on a previous landing at Abridge,
for each. The presentation of pa- women's debate team will meet
pers will be graded and the best pa- Northwestern University's negative
per will be presented at the coming team in the Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
Chicago conference. Those students ter at 7:45 p.m. tomorrow night. They
intending to participate will please will debate the question of govern-
contact Professor Boston before 5:00 1 ment monopolies on the manufacture
p. m. Tuesday. There will also be a and sale of munitions of war. The
film on Suspension Bridge Construc- debate is open to the general public.
tion. Will the M. E. faculty please
read this notice in their Monday Ex-Treasury Head
The Bookshelf and Stage Section To Tel Own Story
of the Faculty Women's Club will
meet Tuesday afternoon, at 2:45 PITTSBURGH, Feb.23. -08 90 -
o'clock, at the home of Mrs. ClareSin-
Mullett, at 1312 Geddes Avenue. come tax case closes, Andrew W. Mel-
lon will be on the stand to tell his
own story.
Interior Decoration Section - The Pittsburgh multi-millionaire,
Faculty Women's Club meets Mon- who seeks a $139,000 refund on his
day, 2:30 p. M., at the home of Mrs. income tax, is spending the week-end
W. J. Emmons, 929 Olivia Ave. Mr. with his attorneys working on the
Frankel will talk on "Historical and case in which the government has a
Contemporary Wallpapers." counterclaim he should pay more
than $3,000,000 -in tax and penalties
Women's Debate: The affirmative for 1931.

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wave. 35c. Reat of week, Soc. Per- cal author, March 14 in Mill 'Auditor-
manents $3 - $6, end permanents,
$2. Phone 7561. 12x ium, are now on sale in Wahr's and
I Slater's bookstores, it was announced
BIBLIOPHILES TO MEET yesterday by officials of the National
The Bibliophiles section of the Fac- Student League, sponsor of the lec-
ulty Women's Club will meet at 2:30
ultyWome's lub ill eetat 2301The tickets are at present selling at
p.m. Tuesday with Miss Fredericka i
G40 cents, it was stated.
Gillette, 1319 Forest Ave. The group1-_

is now studying John Mansfield un-
der the direction of Miss Catherine
The Bookshelf and stage section will
meet at 2:45 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Clare Mullett, 1312
Geddes Ave.

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