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TIlE MICTTI~AN T~XTTIY

WEDNESDAY. NOV. 25. 193G

Poor Memories Are Attributed

Three To Talk

To Laziness By Prof. Pillsbury In Inter -Faith
I d7nd*UUwUd Sadn

the tentative arrangements call for cussed by speakers representing the
three additional Sunday afternoon Christian, Jewish and Oriental re-A
programs which will include among ligions.
their subjects "Can Human Natulre The series is sponsored by Council
be Changed?" and "The Idea of of religion, and the Faculty Com-
God." These topics will all be dis- mittee on Religious Education.

eating Material As Entity I

formed automatically so that you
will learn it in a connected form with
greater ease.
Secondly, form natural associa-
tions within the material to be
learned but do not attempt to think
of complicated associations having
nothing to do with the material on
hand, for so much time will be spent
in making and remembering the as-
sociation that time will be lost in-!
stead of gained.
Thirdly, concentrate wholely on
the material to be learned and give
it all your attention, for otherwise
your memory will be laboring with
two things at once and slow down
the process of memorization.
Lastly, do not attempt to learn the
whole thing at one time., In other
words practiced "spaced repititions,"
that is, spread the work over a period
and then read the whole thing two
or three times at regular intervals in,
that period.
anksgivig
Union Service
To Be Offeredl
A Union Thankigiving Day service
of Protestant churches affiliated with
the Ann Arbor Ministerial Associa-
tion will be presented at 10:30 a.m.
Thursday in St. Andrew's Episcopal
church, it was announced yesterday.
The Union service, a traditional af-
fair in Ann Arbor, will feature a ser-
mon by Rev. Theodore Schmale, min-
ister of the Bethelem Evangelical
church. The program will be presid-
ed over by Rev. Henry Lewis, of the
Episcopal church, and music will be
furnished by St. Andrew's choir. Dr.
W. P. Lemon, minister of the Pres-
byterian church will read scrip-
ture, and Dr. Howard Chapman of
the Baptist church will offer the
prayer. Dr. C. W. Brashares, min-
ister of the Methodist Episcopal
church will give the closing prayer
and benediction.
At the Trinity Lutheran church a
special Thanksgiving service will be
offered at 9 :30 a.m. The sermon will
be "Thanks to God" delivered by
Rev. H. 0. Yoder.
Zion Lutheran church will also
present a special Thankgiving pro-
gram at 10 a.m.

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Plans for an Inter-faith Sympo-
sium series starting on Dec. 13 in-
clude as speakers on the subject
"Ideal Societies, or Utopias" Dr. Ber-
nard Heller, director of Hillel Foun-
dation, Prof. Yuen Z. Chang, visit-
ing lecturer in English, and Prof.
Preston W. Slosson, of the history
department, it was announced yes-
terday.
The purpose of the series is-to offer
a chance for each religious tradi-
tion to be presented by its friends
in order to introduce the basic facts
of living religions to the campus,
according to Rev. Dr. Edward W.
Blakeman, Counselor in Religious
Education.
In the initial symposium, Dr. Hel-
ler will present the Jewish view, Pro-
fessor Chang the Confucianist view,
and Professor Slosson the Christian
view of ideal societies. At present,
---_ Last Day
ERROL FLYNN
"CHARGE OF THE
LIGHT BRIGADE"

The Oratorical Association
presents

11 ,7 HILL AUDITORIUM
SUNDOAY, NOVEMBEER 29, 8:15 p.m
5i~I'ie Admis'son',sI1and 75ce 'ickets at

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Night and Sunday
Station-to-Station
Rates
. . . . .40
. . . ..35

Cleveland, 0.

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THANKSGIVING
DINNER-
Served 1 to 3
UNIVERN[TY GRILL
615 E. William Just Off State

Extra
"SAY IT WITH CANDY"
BETTY BOOP CARTOON
NEWS OF THE DAY

Flint .
Jackson
Lansing .

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.30
.35

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Assure Yourself of a
HAPPY THANKSGIVING
Enjoy a delicious, home-cooked
THANKSGIVING DAY DINNER
at the MICHIG INN, where courtesy
and service reign supreme.
-0
Roast Young Turkey Long Island Duckling
Baked Sugar Ha n Southern Fried Chicken
Complete with all the "fixings"

Port Huron
Saginaw .
Battle Creek .
Bay City .
Kalamazoo
Grand Rapids

. . . . .

.". . 35

.. " . . . .35
. . . . . .35

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0 0 "35

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Benton Harbor
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Chicago, Ill. .

. . .50

.65

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. .60
.65

Petoskey
Pontiac

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Traverse City . . .
Sault St. Marie . . .
Marquette .. . . .

.60
.80
.85

ONE DOLLAR PER PLATE
0
MICHIG INN
302 So. State St.
Reserve Your Table Now.

Washington, D.C.
Ironwood .
New York, N.Y.'.

. . . . .95
- - - - 1.00

. .

. 1.10
. 3.75

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San Francisco, Cal.

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Rates to other points are correspondingly
low. Ask "Long Distance".
The above representative station-to-station
rates are for the first 3-minute talking period.
They are in effect every night from 7 p. m.
until 4:30 a. in. Also from 7 p. in. every
Saturday night until 4:30 a. in. Monday.
P IC1HIG~AN BELL T L P O E Co

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THANKSGIVING DINNER ... 85c
Served from 12:30 to 9 P.M.
Shrimp Cocktail Half Grapefruit, Maraschino
Cream of Fresh Mushrooms
Queen Olives Celery Hearts Sweet Gherkins
ROAST YOUNG TURKEY. Oyster Dressing ,Cranherrv Sae

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