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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1935

THE MICHIGAN l)AIIY

Local Churches
Plan Programs
For Students
Dr. Joseph Brewer, Jr.
To Discuss New Methods
Of College Education
Several members of the University
faculty and one noted visiting edu-
cator will feature the lecture and dis-
cussion programs of local churches
today.
Dr. Joseph Brewer, Jr., president of
Olivet College, who is widely known
for his experimentation in unique
methods of teaching at that insti-
tution, will speak twice today at
the Congregational Church. He will
talk on "Quality vs. Quantity in Edu-
cation" at 10:30 a.m. and will ad-
dress the student group at 7 p.m.
on "New Attitudes in College Edu-
cation."
In discussing "Will the Liberal
Lead?" at 5:30 p.m. today in the Uni-
tarian Church, the Rev. H. P. Mar-
ley will give a brief history of the
liberal movement of the past two cen-
turies. Both the conservative and
the progressive type of liberal will
be discussed, and John Dewey's re-
cent book "Liberalism and Social Ac-
tion" will be reviewed in connection
with the address.
Church of Disciples of Christ
The morning worship at the
Church of Disciples of Christ, which
will feature a sermon by the Rev.
Fred Cowin, will begin at 10:45 a.m.
There will be a forum at 6:30 p.m.
tonight with Dean Wilbur R. Hum-
phreys leading the discussion. Ques-
tions have been obtained from the
members of the guild, upon which
Dean Humphreys may base his ad-
dress. The subject to which the
questions pertain is the Bible, the
program being an observance of Uni-
versal Bible Sunday.
Prof. Lowell J. Carr of the soci-
ology department continues his talks
,on "The Social Responsibility of a
Christian," at noon today in Stalker
Hall. At the Wesleyan Guild meet-
ing at 6 p.m. Prof. Bennett Weaver
of the English department will speak
on "Literature.'
First Presbyterian Church
The forum topic on the program
of the First Presbyterian Church to-
day is "The Essence of Religion.,,
The forum will begin at 9:45 a.m.
and will be followed by the morning
worship service which will include
a sermon by Dr. William Lemon on
'The Making of God'sGentleman."
Dr. William D. Henderson, director
of the University Extension Division,
will speak on "Human Nature and the
Bible" at 6:30 p.m.
Dr. C. W. Brashares of the First
Methodist Church will preach on
"The Book of Books' at 10:45 a.m.
The morning service at the Beth-
lehem Evangelical Church will in-
clude' a sermon on "The Peacemak-
ers" at 10:30 a.m.

Prize JWinning IDress.,; it Chicago Contest

Leading Role On Winter Stage
Is Played By Sports Appar
Brilliant Colors And Novel trousers are full but not too bag
Bright woolly sox and mittens a
Accessories Accentuate gaiety and the hat is visor-brimm
Wooly Materials White is a new and very popu
color in this field. An entirely wh
By BARBARA LOVELL suit is relieved by brilliant blue a
Now that the arrival of winter white wool mittens worked in a pleE
weather seems final as well as sudden, ant design. White leather mitt
one must look into the matter of to be worn over gay wristlets
woolly sports apparel with more than novelties. The same color is f
casual interest. tured in cable-stitch stockings whi
Ski suits have ma(.e their first ap- are rapidly coming into favor.
pearance on campus and will become ICampus Uniform
increasingly important. This year Cap, scarf, sock and glove sets
they are very clever in cut and all almost a campus uniform when c
unnecessary bulkiness has been elim- weather really sets in. One set
inated. Lined, they are pleasantly knit in an interesting stitch in K
warm and just about the most com- green, brown or red with a contra
fortable attire one could desire. In ing stripe. The hat is built upsii
most, their bright wool has under- a peak. Other caps are little rou
gone a snow-proofing process which affairs with bright buttons on t
makes them even more practical. If you object to wearing a hat yet
Colors are preeminently important. not care to go about with frost-bit
Strong reds, greens, blues and browns ears, there is a red knit cap which
are effective. Navy with red con- nothing more than :straps acr
trast, brown with orange and green and around the head widening i:
with tan are favorite combinations. enlargements over the ears.
Tailored Suits In Style
Good tailoring is most essential. PRINCESS IS BURIED
The best suits are English in design LONDON - (AP)- Funeral servi
- simple and neat. An attractive were held in St. George's chapel
model is semi-fitted with a jacket Windsor castle today for Princ
bound in a contrasting color and fin- Victoria, sister of King George, w
ished with large bone buttons. The died Tuesday at the age of 67.

Lunchecon is Held
By Sorority Group
A luncheon celebrating Founder's
and State days was held by Alpha
gy. Omicron Pi sorority at 2:30 p.m. yes-
dd terday in the Michigan League, with
ed. members of the Beta Gamma chap-
lar ter at East Lansing as guests.
ite The launching of the good ship
and A.O.Pi was the theme, which was
as- carried out in the decorations, a red
ens and white ship, red candles, and jas-
are mina roses. Edith Forsythe, '36, was
ea- general chairman and the speakers
ich included Ruth Sonnanstine, '36, and
Henrietta Simpson, '39.
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-Associated Press Photo.
In the annual 4-H club congress in Chicago these girls were named
winners for the dress designing contest. From left to right are shown:
A brown wool dress and swagger coat, dark blue linen suit, flowered
taffeta gown, and a brown and gold dotted crepe frock.

List Of Patrons
Is Announced
For Cabaret
Class Project To Be Held
Dec. 13, 14 In Ballroom '
Of League
The list of patrons and patronesses
for the traditional Sophomore Cab-
aret, which is to be held in the after-a
noon and evening of Friday and
Saturday, Dec. 13 and 14, in the;
League ballroom, has been announced
by Angeline Maliszewski, '38, gen-
eral chairman.
The list will include President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Dean
and Mrs. Joseph Bursley, Dean and
Mrs. James B. Edmonson, Dean and
Mrs. Edward H. Krause. Dean and
Mrs. A. S. Whitney, Dean and Mrs.
Wilbur Humphreys, Walter B. Rea,
assistant to the dean of students, and
Mrs. Rea; Director and Mrs. Emil
Lorch.
President and Mrs. Charles Sink,
Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl Fox
Bacher, Miss Jeanette Perry, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Prof. and Mrs.
Rober't C. Angell, Prof. and Mrs.
Philip Bursley, Prof. Henry Ander-
son, Prof. and Mrs. Preston Slosson,
Prof. and Mrs, Howard McClusky,
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Litzenberg, Mr.
and Mrs. George M. Stanley, and
Dr. Margaret Bell.

Zion Lutheran
Church Holds
Meeting Today
The Lutheran Student Club of
the Zion Lutheran Church will meet
at 5:30 p.m. today in the Parish
House at 309 East Washington Street,
for a social half hour which will
be followed by supper.
The program will be in the form
of a discussion presented by the
members of the club which will have
as its subject three famous hymns
associated with the Christmas sea-
son. All three songs will then be
sung by the student club quartet
which consists of Elizabeth Pardon,
Dorothy Williams, Milton Bender and
Gerhard Naeseth, '36. The singers
will be accompanied by Elda Foster.
The program is in charge of Esther
Theurer, '35, Ahti Mackela, '36, and
Rino Gressenius.
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