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-THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

'STTNTDA'V, DEO. 13s 10^0

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Arab Students
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Church Topics
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Of The DAY ParleyToday Yuletide Spirit
(By The Associated Press) Arabic-Speaking Peoples' Music And Art Emphasis
Flint Strikers Vote Problems To Be Subject ; To Be Used To Portray.
On Strike End Monday Of Panel Discussion Christmas Theme
FLINT, Dec. 12.-UP)-Striking bus An open panel discussion upon the' (Continued from Page 1)
drivers of the Flint Trolley Coach. life and problems of the Arabic-
Inc., will vote Sunday morning on speaking peoples of the Near East Meditation." The Student Fellow-
whether to continue a walkout that will be held at 9 p.m. today in Room ship will give its Christmas vesper
has left this city of 165,000 persons 316, the Union. service at 4:30 p.m., presenting the
without a transportation system for Bahij Khurs-Makdisi, '37E, will story of Dickens'. "Christmas Carol"
days. represent Syria and Lebanon in the with stereopticon slides and a mu-
five daysiscussion; Bahouth Bahouth, '37E, sical pageant of the Nativity. At 8:15
Adding to the tension of the week- Palestine; and Hussein Safar, Grad., p.m. a candle light Christmas serv-
end are two factors: the company's Iraq. John Nassar, of Detroit, will ice will be presented by Sigma Alpha
franchise to operate its lines has been speak on the cultural life of the Iota, music sorority.
revoked, although the city commis- Arabic-speaking peoples. Ralph M. "Approaching Christmas" will be
sion may reinstate it at any times Bahna, '37L, president of the Arab the subject of the regular morning
and the Drivers' Union, the Amalga- Students Union will act as chairman JOSEF HOFMAN service of the First Methodist
mated Association of Street and Elec- and will take part in the panel in '!Church to be held at 10:30 a.m. Ther
trio Railway and Motor Coach Em- matters pertaining to the sentiments I " * theme has been suggested, according
ployes, has threatened to suspend the and views of the American-born de- to the Rev. C. W. Brashares, by the
and M otor Coachh E m-tte pertC .ining to thessentim ents
strikers unless they return to work scendents of the Near East. various ways of approaching Christ-
at 8 a.m. Monday. The panel is being held under the Schools Tebate mas suggested by the Wisemen, the
The coach company today prepared auspices of the Arab Union which has Shepherds and others in the Christ-
a "final" proposal to the striking been reorganized here recently. The TJ"W.j!mas stories. Continuing the spirit of
drivers who are seeking 75 cents an Union is composed of students who jI ere OJ an i Yuletide, the Wesleyan Guild will
hour instead of the existing 55 cents, are residents of the Arabic-speaking Aoffer a service of music, readings and
a demand the management has countries and American-born stu- An all-day session of debate and pictures to be given at 6 p.m. in
termed "impossible." dents who are descendents of Arabic oratorical activity for high school stu- Stalker Hall.
origin. The purposes of the organ- dents of Michigan will be conducted Music again dominates in the col-
Ad tsization are to bring about a mutual here on Saturday, Jan. 9, under the orful Christmas services as the
sKillingunderstanding between peoples of auspices of the Michigan High School Church of Christ will give a program
State Officer the Arabic race, to bring before the Forensic Association, it was an- at 6:30 p.m. today including a piano
MARQUETTE, Dec. 12---(P)-Ray- American public the culture and tra- nounced yesterday by Dr. William P. arrangement of "Pastoral Sym-
mond Kivela, 27, who admitted to- ditions of the Near East, and to bring Halstead, manager. phony" from the "Messiah" by Janet
mund motive about increased attendance of Near Arr angements for the use of the McLoud; a cello solo "Ave Maria" by
day for the first time thathis motive Eastern students at the University. Pattengill Auditorium of the Ann Ar- Max Mitchell; and "Silent Night" by
in killing State Conservation Officer Members of the faculty, students bor High School a e being made by Janet Rogers.
Andrew Schmeltz seven weeks ago and the general public are invited to Glenn Mills of the faculty, Dr. Hal- The third of the current Advent
was to avoid arrest, was under sen- attend the panel discussion. stead stated. He expects to welcome ----- - ------
tence of life imprisonment tonight. more than 80 high school debate;
Kivela, a trapper and farmer of . . teams which will participate in about
Negaunee Township, pleaded guilty This MonthJsTechici 250 contests. I
several days ago in circuit court to a Will ;Be Sold Monday The morning portion of the pro-r
murder charge, although he had said The December issue of the Michi- gram, Dr. Halstead said, will be de-
that he shot the officer accidentally gan Technic will go on sale Monday. voted to debate and the afternoon
while hunting pheasants. Judge The magazine will contain six fea- to an open forum discussion of the Jo n
Frank A. Bell, who had known Kivela ture articles among them are "Where issues involved in the debate topic.
since boyhood, pronounced sentence do Engineers Go from College?" re- After arguing on the ownership and
of life imprisonment in the Mar- printed from the Industrial Research! operation of all electrical utilities the
quette branch prison today after de- magazine; "The Trend in Automo- udentcuss will have an opportunity to Clark
termining the degree of guilt. bile Development" by Prof. W. E. I a sarticular problems, Dr. Hal-
Lay; "$200,000 per Inch" by Sidney 'steadsa.G able
ce-Lockd BoatsSteinborn, '38E; and "All Figured;-G a l
ic-oke ot Out" by Harod Fitzgrad. RETURNING KILLER
yrO" by Harold Fzgerald , " - PORTLAND, Ore., ec. i2.-'A)- Fronchot
Finally Reach Shore Prof. A. D. Moore's column, "En-iWilliam A. Kuhlman, 28-year-old
NORTH BAY, N.Y., Dec. 12.-)- gineer's Notok, and "Engineer- Cincinnati gunman, met two Indiana'
Five motorships locked for a week in ing Economics" will also be con- officers who arrived today to return
the thick ice of Oneida Lake reached tinued. him to face murder charges and
Sylvan Beach Harbor and safety to- The price is 15 cents an issve. The ! blandly re-told the story of i he brutal in the hilarious
night with the help of the state tug remaining six issues may be obtained! slaying and mutilation of Harry Mil- ; "LOVE ON THE RUN"
"Syracuse" and exhausted captains f,80 cents. r, retired Cincinnatian.
and crews walked ashore unanimous ----...- Added
in their comment-"It's the worst ex-T
perenc weveeveha."R EAL HOME COOKING , Terrace Garden*
perience we've ever had."Dancing Studio Color Cartoon - Sportlight
The boats reached the Sylvan Under New Management Instructions i n a lii
Beach Harbor, at the eastern end of Eorms. Classical, social, News Novelty
Oneida Lake, at 5 p.m. There they UNIVERSITY GRILL 2nd Floo 25c Until 2 p.m Toda
were tied up by the crews. 615 East william, just b5low State wuerth Theatre Bldg.
First boat in was the "A.M. Barnes"-

series of the First Presbyterian creational programs given in the
Church will be given at 10:45 a.m. Stuyvesant House Settlement of New
when the Rev. Dr. W. P. Lemon will York City will be presented by Mrs.
preach on "A Hero With A Wounded Pratt. for several,.years connected I
Heel." At 8 p.m. the Westminster with the settlement. Mr. Pratt will'
Guild Players will present "The play the piano and lead in the music
of the program.
Tinker," a play by Fred Eastman. "Cooperatives - Democracy i n:
At Harris Hall another unique Business" will be the subject for the
program will be presented under the panel discussion following the meet-
charge of Mr. Pratt and Mrs. Pratt. ing of worship of the Ann Arbor
A demonstration of one of the re- Friends at 5 p.m. in the League.
wJE

.and after the-show or before-
DANCE (Free)
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