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October 31, 1936 - Image 8

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AGE EIGH T T HE CMICHIGAN DAILY
7l T 1 I'38, Sally Kenny, '38, Nancy Kover, '38, Jane Pitcher, '37, Elizabeth Pow- '39, Be
Corner Stone Lea u Comtees Named For Year June Laing, '38, Janet Lambert, ers, '38, Mary Redden, '38, Jean Waters
g 37, Gretchen Lehmann, '37, Barbara Rheinfrank, '8, Barbara Schacht, IVirginia
*___ .- Leif, '38, Marjorie Link, '39, Mary '37, Mary Skinner, '39, Eleanor Smith, wood,.
F r a kn (Continued from page 5) Loughborough, '39, Elizabeth Lough- '39, Priscilla Smith, '38, Helen Smith- Wheat,
d rm g b worth. '38, Helen Dee Morton '37SM, '38 Elinor Byron '39orough,38. son, '37, Betty Spangler, '39. Willard
'Louise Ome, '37, DorothyeNovyCavanagh, '37,M Roberta Chiseus, '39A, Dorothy Luthi, '39, Jean MacGre- I Dorothea Staebler, '39, Jean Steere, '37, Bet
SPhyllis, Blauia B'3n7rd '37', HLue Peck, '39, ary Pserkin, Maarne C ,Cram, '39, May Crowley, gor, '37, Marjory Merker, '39, Betty '38. Jean Stone, '38, Sybil Swartout, Zerbe,
Marory Blger, 38, ,37, Helen Peck, '39, Mary Perkins,, Margaret CMiller, '37, Virginia Mulholland, '39, '39, Barbara Teall, '39, Josephine Ther
Marjory Bolger, '38, Margaret Bry-'38, Lillian Platte, '38. 38.liabeth Mullin, '39, Mary Neal '37, Van Wonier '38, Mary Veenboer, '37, cial co
Edmund Shields, Former, ant, '39, Elaine Bubis, '37SM, Roberta Harriet Podelsky, '38A, Mary Rall, Phyllis Devay, '38, Fay Dibble, '37'EiaphM i , '39, anetik, Ha enido,3, renerk37, theLo
University Regent, Speaks Chissus, '39A, Jane Christy, '37, Mar- ,39, Marian Ranger, '38, Dorothy Ray,gJean Drake, '39.7Betty Fauver, '38,
At Private Ceremony jorie Coe, '38, Nancy DalI, '39, Avis '38, Marian Reynolds, '38, Frances '37 Betty Jane Flansburg, '37, Ruth
Day, '37, Olga Dobosz, '39, Jeanette Robinson, '39, Katherine Roderick, Fowler, '38, Eleanor French, '39, Ruth
In the presence of officials from Edick, '38, Katherine Eichelbarger,,'38A, Miriam Sanders, '38, Marie Friedman, '38, Janet Fullenwider,
the University, Regents, and trustees '37, Alice Frayer, '39, Florence Free-' Sawyer, '38, Sally Secrest, '37,'39, Betty Gatward, '38, Mary Gies,
of the Rackham Fund, the corner man, '38, Ruth Friedman, '38, Vera Frances Seitner, '37, Betty Shierson,{'39, Hattibel Grow, '38, Ann Gifford.
stone of the Hrace H. Beckham'Gray, '38, Mildred Goldberg, '37, Eva'38, Betty Sive, '39, Elizabeth Spooner,, '39, Virginia Handeyside, '38, Jane
Goldman, '38, Ann Gordon, '38Ed. I'39, Jeanne Stearns, '39, Mary Stev- Hardy, '39A.
School of Graduate Studies was laid Janet Groft, '38, Jean Greenwald, ens, '37SM. Jean Harrelson, '37, Hope Hartwig,
at noon yesterday. '37, Mildred Haas, '38, Mary Ellenj Elizabeth St. Johns, '39, Naomi '38, Barbara Heath, '39, Marion Hold-
Edmund C. Shields, Lansing lawyer Heitsch, '37, Jane Higbee, '38A, Jean Stone, '38A, Julia Ann Upson, '39, en, '37, Virginia Jackson, '38, IreneIlgs
and former regent of the University, Holland, '39, Nancy Hulwick, '39, Jar-Charlene Vallet, '39, Elizabeth Wahl, Jaskulek, '38, Helen Johnson, '39,
President Ruthven, and Bryson D. os Jedel, '39, Mary Lou Johns, '37, I'38, Antoinette Walker, '39A, Grace Mary Johnson, '38, Pauline Kolb, '39,
Horton, trustee of the Horace H. and Mary Johnson, '37, Helen Mary Jones, Wilson, '39SM, Terese Ann Wozniak, Katherine Keeler, '37, Ruth Kennedy,
37, Charlotte Kahn, '37, Gretchen '38.
Mary A. Rackham Fund participated Kanter, '37, Jo-Clarke Kimball, '38, New' members of the social com- POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
In the private ceremony Berta Knudson, '38A, Mary AliceI mittee, of which Harriet Heath, '37, is
Shields said in part, "We are here Krieger, '37, Louise Larrabee, '37. !chairman, are: Priscilla Abbot, '39, The Democratic Candidate
today to express our gratitude for Sally Leavith, '37, Margery Lee Mary Kathryn Andrus, '38, Eleanor FOR
the vision, foresight, and broad hu- Lehner, '39, Jane Lyon, '39, Jean Anibal, '38, Mary Margaret Barnes,
manitarian ideals of Mr. Rackham Matheny, '37, Eleanor McCoy, '39, ,'37A, Marian Baxter, '39, Maxine
in aiding lives of people by disburs- I Mary McCrory, '39M, Helen McRae, Elaess, '39, Catherine Bohrn, '39,
ing his fortune in activities for benev- '39, Ruth Menefee, '39, Florence Mid- Doris Bolton, '39A, Jean Bonisteel,
olent, charitable, educational, scien- Worship should e the truest language of the soul.
tifIc, religious apd public uses and
purposes. It was that vision, liberal-
ity' and grasp of the great problems
of human life that lead him to exe- HILLEL FOUNDATI
cute the will he did." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The gift which totals nearly $5,- Cor. East University
000,000 Was given to 'the University by Masonic Temple, at 327 Fourth Avenue Dr. Bernard Heller,1
the late Mr. Rackham, Detroit Phil-7 Ptsjj o ri e Rev. W. P. Lemon, Minister
a s k1 ,to hService at 10:45. BETHiLEH EM EVAN4
anthropist. The $1,650,000 buildingSevcat1:5BEH HM EV N
will contain lecture halls, reading, F IRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST South Fourth Avenu
study, discussion, and conference Sou 409 South Division Rev. T. R. Schmale,
for research groups and other grad- If are the likes I Services Sunday, 10:30 a.m. Services at 10:30
rooms ere wgips also te ra-itie type that Reading Room, 206 East Liberty
ute organizations toswing and sway ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH ST. PAUL'S LUTHE
(Missou:
Don't save it for Cr(American Lutheran Church)
. O t Don't sve it for a Cr. WErnetonSelhnd PstorvneCd.Tid n i

tty Walsh, '37SM, Margaret
ton, '38, Dorothy Webb, '37,
a. Weidlein, '38, Gail Wall-
'37, Joan Wentz, '38, Mary
'39, Betty Whitney, '38, Sue
'37, Mary Louise Willoughby,
ty Woodworth, '37, and EditIr
'37.
e will be a meeting of the so-
nmittee at 4 p.m. Tuesday at
gue, Miss Heath announced.
- DR. CHAPMAN
DN, B'NAI B'RITH
and Oakland
Director
GELICAL" CHURCH
ie, near Packard
Pastor
kAN CHURCH
ri Synod)
rty Streets

G
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t

PRESENTING
To our patrons, a new
.Riding instructor, Mr.
Philip Lowry.
Golfside
Riding Academy
3250 East Huron River Drive
Phone 2-3441

the Judgment Day.
You'd better do your dance
While you have the chance.
*/
November the 6th $2.50 a BID

Rev. Ernest C. Stellhorn, Pastor
Service at 10:30
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
East Huron between State and Division
Rev. Edward Sayles, Minister
Morning Worship - 10:45
12 O'clock - Student class - Mr. Chapman
6 p.m. - Joint meeting of church and stu-
dents in church parlors, guests of ladies
of the church.
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
(Uunited Lutheran Church of America)
Cor. Fifth Ave. and William Streets
Rev. Henry O. Yoder, Pastor.
Service at 10:30.

Carl A. Bauer, Minister
10:45 - Reformation Day Sermon,
"The Authority of the Word."
6:30 p.m. - Prof. Albert Hyman, of the Uni-
versity, subject: "An Interpretation of
the Reformation."
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Corner State and Washington Streets
Rev. Charles W. Brashares, Minister ,
9:45 a.m.-Student class at Stalker Hall
10:45 a.m.-"The Kind of Man You'd Like To
Be" Sermon Topic
6:00 p.m. at Stalker Hall "Learning the Rules
of the Game," Coach Yost, speaker.

HAROLD D. GOLDS
ATTORN EY-AT- LAW
Graduate of the University of
of Michigan.
Eight years of university train-
ing: nine years of practice; a
sympathetic understanding of
the human problems of the
court.

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...This is the first
cigarette I ever smoked
that really satisfies me
Not strong, not harsh and it has all the
flavor and aroma you could ask for.
That settles it. . . from
now on, it's Chesterfield.
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