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PAGE SIX
Peace Council
Plans To Ask
NyeTo Speak
Armistice Day Program Is
Approved; Group Names
Kensler Secretary
Plans to bring Senator Gerald Nye
to the campus in November to speak
on peace were made public yesterday
by the newly-formed Peace Council.
An Armistice Day program
against war, which has been under
discussion among members of the
exectitive committee of the organiza-
tionfi was officially approved last
night, and a program outlined. A
reading of the play "Bury the Dead"
is scheduled, or a program of speak-
ers.
The Council, meeting in the Union,
Thursday, voted to send a question-
naire on peace issues to both Down-
ing, Democratic candiate for con-
gressman from this district, and the
incumbent, Michener. Plans to
show peace movies in December were
discussed by the organization, and a
study club was formed to investigate
in the interests of peace, for their own
information and for the organization
as a whole. The study club, like the
Council, is open to all students in-,
terested, Julian Orr, '37, said.
Next meeting of the Council was
set for Oct. 29. Kenneth Kensler,
'39, was elected corresponding sec-
retary, whose duties will be to coi-
respond with other colleges and uni-
versities having anti-war movements
-and with other national peace or-
ganizations.
A committee to plan the Armistice*
Day program will be composed of
Clarence Kresin, '38, Doris Wisner,
'37, Richard Trisdell, '39, and Kermit
Webb, '38.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCT. 17, 19M

New Envoy From Spain

"'~P I election are as follows: vicc-presi-
ecSchoolIsConductiM icsophomorest, Arthur E. Gulick; secretary,
NameW r ht He d Irwin M. Howe; treasurer, William
S y.ThA; nfirstye arBion o -arsa n ar-
RREdward M. Wright was elected man Warren K. Simmons; and J-
DOSpresident of the sophomore class of i Hop committeeman, Paul S. Stoller.
Used As Subjects; which the discharges come, a small the medical school and Robert D. J. Philip Berger was eleted vice-
Probe Cells To Final Link lesion is made with an electric cur- Howell president of the junior class j president of the sophomore class;
rent and the brain is removed and yesterk1by, it was announced last Anne V. Lufkin, secretary;RSamuel
With Respiration cut into sections, about one-thou- night by Miller G. Sherwood, '37, Stearns, treasurer; Harry R. Lusk,
sandth of an inch thick. The sec- president of the Men's Council.
In the physiology department of tions are then strained, examined and Other results of the junior class
the Medical School Dr. Robert Gesell the lesion is located by microscopic-DRUGS
and two graduate students, Conway examination.
Magee and John Bricker are experi- "By this means," Magee said, "the 12 noon, Students' Bible Class, H.
menting with dogs to find the parts exact group of cells from which res- L. Pickerill, leader.
of the brain that are concerned with piratory discharges come can be 7 p.m., because the church base-
respiration. found." ment is being used by guests the Stus- .cu
The dog is injected with an an.- M .s hat e a n dents' Guild will meet at the GuildfA aUrrM
aesthetic and then the top of the Magee said that they are trymg House, 438 Maynard St., to discuss
brain case is opened and the brain to find the complete circuit through the subject "Campus Life and Re-
is exposed. Two needle electrodes which the respiratory discharges ligion." A social hour will follow a. ws
are placed in different parts of the must go. The reticular formations the program.
medulla in an attempt to find dis- of the spinal cord, medulla, and pons
are thought to be the most important
Mageestated that it is difficult to portions of the central respiratory Unitarian Church, Sunday:
find places in the brain in which the system. Rev. H. P. Marley will speak on
discharges are in rhythm with the When the discharges are obtained "Vincent Van Gogh-Gourmand for
rate of breathing. When they are the points from which they come are Life." At 11 a.m. and Prof. A. S. ToucH
found they are amplified 10 million stimulated by an electric current or Aiton will speak to students at 7:30 . ^OTmlR
times so that they can be seen and with chemicals and gases. Mr. Ma- p.m. on "The Spanish Rebellion."
heard. The discharges are also pho- gee said that this is to see what ef-
tographed. On a kymograph the rise feet the stimuli has on respiration. Trinity Lutheran Church, E. Wil- -14 PI{1UR1
and fall of breathing and of the These experiments are made pos- liam at S. Fifth Ave., Henry O. Yod-
heart beat is recorded. sible by a grant from the Rockefeller er, pastor.
After the cells are found from G Foundation. Dr. Carolus P .Harry of Washing-

first-year honor man; and William
T?. Knapp, second-year honor man.
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Lenses Ground. .
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State Street at Liberty
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-Associated Press Photo.
Francisco de los Ricos (above),
newly-appointed Spanish ambas-
cador to Washingt'n, is shown as
he arrived in New York to take
over the post vacated by Louis Cal-
deron, who resigned because he
felt "unable to cooperate with cer-
tain tendencies within the new
Spanish government."
9:30 a.m.) Both Oriental and Amer-
ican students are invited.
First Presbyterian Church:
"The Coming Religion" is the sub-
ject upon which Dr. William P. Lem-
on will preach at the morning wor-
ship service Sunday, Oct. 18 at 10:45
a.m. The vested student choir aug-
mented by a double quartette, under
the direction of Mr. Martin Thomp-
son, will sing.
Dr. Benjamin J. Bush, Minister of
the Westminster Church of Detroit,
will speak at the meeting of the
Westminster Guild at 5:30 p.m. His
topic will be "Education in Account
with Religion." A supper and social'

hour will precede the meeting. At'
7:30nthehGuild will leave for the
Island, where they will sing songs
and roast marshmallows around a
campfire.,
First Baptist Church, 10:45:
Morning worship and service. Dr.
E. W. Blakeman in charge. Subject:
"Religious Education in Progress."
12 noon. Student class omitted,
absence of Dr. Chapman.
6 p.m. Student meeting at Guild
House. Prof. T. P. Sinha, of Uni-
versity of Chicago will speak on
"Social Problems of the East."
Harris Hall, Sunday, Oct. 18:
There will be the regular student

meeting in Harris Hall at 7 p.m.
Dean Joseph A. Bursley will be the!

speaker.

All students and theirI

friends are cordially invited.
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church:
Services of worship Sunday, Oct. 18
are:
8 a.m., Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m. Church school.
11 a.m., Kindergarten.
11 a.m., Morning prayer and Ser-
mon by The Rev. Henry Lewis.
Church of Christ (Disciples), Sun-
day:
10:45 a.m., Morning worship, Rev.
Fred Cowin, minister.

ton, D. C., Secretary of the Board of
Education of the United Lutheran
Church in America will deliver the~
sermon in Trinity Lutheran Church
this Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Dr. Harry will also speak at the
Lutheran Student Club in Zion Lu-
theran Parish Hall at 6:30. A social
and supper hour will precede his E
address. All students are welcome
to both services.
First Congregational Church, Sun-
day:
10:45 a.m., Service of worship, ser-
mon by Mr. Heaps, the fourth in the
series "Building a Christian Per-
sonality."
6 p.m., Student Fellowship, Supper
at 6 o'clock followed by a discussion!
on World Peace.

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dents from the vicinity of Rochest-
er, N.Y., are cordially invited to be
present.
Phi Eta Sigma members notice
change in (late of dinner. Sunday,
Oct. 25, is the new date. There will
be a six o'clock dinner, for which
you must sign before the 25th.
Sigma Rho Tau meeting Tuesday,
Oct. 20, will begin at 7 p.m. and will
be over with before 8 so that mem-
bers will be able to attend the ama-
teur hour sponsored by the band.
Stanley Chorus: All old members
and officers, who sang at Mack school
last spring, please call 2-1865 before
Monday noon,( and leave name and
telephone number.
"The Awakening in India" and the
religious issues involved will be dis-
cussed by Mr. T. P. Sinha of the
University of Chicago at the first
meeting of the Eastern Religions
Group Sunday morning. The group
will meet at 9 a.m. in the Russian
Tea Room of the Michigan League
for a cafeteria breakfast. (If you
wish, come after the breakfast at

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