rTIIE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, JAN 31., 1937
- ____ I;peak on "That's the Spirit." Fel low-
University Aids "T nt ts" Coing rEvents
1 ship hour following the meeting. C mn vit
" DAILY OFFICIAL ---- Grman Table for Faculty Mcm-
In Civ r iyAtid DA L CTI L First Mthodlist Church: Morning bers: The regu;ar Iuncheonimeetm
-lB lLE INWorship at 10:30 a.m. Dr. C. W. will be held tomorrow at 12:10 i
ArtIfromcPagc Brashares will preach on "Mein the Founders' Room of the Michigan;
Islam ic (Continued from Page 3) Kampf." Unions. All facuhly members inter-
-_- ested in speaking German are cordi-
ally invited. There will be an in-
(Continued from Page 4) peasant paintings, sponsored by the Church of Christ (Disciples): formal 10-minute talk by Prof. Hans
Institute of Fine Arts, at the Archi- 10:45 a.m., Church service. Rev. Beutler.
has only been exhibited publicly on tectural Building. Open daily from 9 Fred Cowin, Minister.
one previous occasion. to 5 p.m. except Sunday through the r 12 noon, Students' Bible Class. Dr. Junior Research Club: The Feb-
Among the pieces sent from Paris mont o b ary. te lee Louis A. Hopkins, direttor of the ruary meeting will be held at 7:30
are a Hispano-Moresque silk fabric ture to be announced. The public is Summer Session, will speak on "The p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 2 in Room
of the fifteenth century decorated Poetry of the Bible." 2083 N.S. Bldg.
with crowned lions in a heraldic ar- Exhibition of oil paintings by Karl 6:30 p.m., Disciple Students' Guild. Program: "The histologic verili-
rangement, and a late sixteenth cen- o
tryemrsiand silk fabric ected Hofer, Alumni Memorial Hall, Feb. The discussion of last Sunday on cation of root canal therapy in ex-
with figures. One of a number of 1-21, 2-5 daily including 'Sundays. "Personality Detours" will be con- perimental animals" by Dr. C. Merle
pieces sent by the Textile Museum of - tinued. This is one of a series of Dixon, School of Dentistry.
piecs snt y th Tetil Musum f .discussions on the general topic,
the District of Columbia is a twelfth Events O Tdys "P sionsote nrtyp", An Adventure in Industrial Re-
century green and gold fragment Of athwaysito Perso at." search," by Dr. E. J. Abbott of the!
decorated with sphinxes and arabes- varsity Glee t iuf: !do rehearsal The Guild will meet at the Guild Physics Research Company.
qesrte stoday, Jan. 31. No make-ups Tues- House, 438 Maynard St., instead of y
iesa day, Feb. 2. The next full rehearsal at the church during the examina-
teen of the twelfth century of Sy- is Sunday, Feb. 7, at 4 p.m. in prep- tion period. Faculty Womnen's Club: The Bock
i nds a aration for the concert trips. _ _helf and Stage Section will meet
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ti manism Institute
Will Begin Feb. 14
The Liberal Student's Union of the
Unitarian Church will hold an In-
stitute of Humanism featuring speak-
ers and discussion groups for three
Sundays starting Feb. 14 and con-
tinuing through Feb. 28, it was an-
Meeiings will start at 7 p.m. with
a devotional service, followed at 7:45'
p.m. with talks and discussion pe-
;iods. Following the talks and dis-
cussions, a social hour featuring
-ancing and games will be held.
Graia Harrington, '38SM, is chair-
man of the social committee; Flor-
ence Benell, Grad., is head of the
committee on speakers; Carl Nelson
has charge of the devotional services;
and Kathleen Schurr, '37, president
of the Liberal Student's Union, will
act as chairman of the discussion
FERRY HARD AGROUND
ST. IGNACE, Jan. 30.-(/)-The
M E N U
Hann and Chicken a la King en Casserole
Spring Vegetable Salad
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Vanilla Ice Creanm
Choice of Beverage
medallions inlaid with silver lent by
G. Eumorfopoulos, London (pub-
lished for the first time in ARS IS-E
LAMICA Volume 1, 1934), and an
eighteenth century Persian helmet
damascened in gold lentrby the Met-
ropolitan Museum of Art.
Several thirteenth -and fourteenth
century enamelled glass objects will
be shown. Perhaps the most splendid
example is a compote with cover
formerly in the collection of Baron
Edmond de Rothschild, Paris, now in
the possession of Mr. Kevorkian, New
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ers, and by the exigencies of his po-
sition and reputation as a virtuoso.
The D major Prelude and Fugue,
which concludes the program, is the
work of a few years later, slightly
more mature, and probably written
for some special tour or performance,
since it is in the composer's most
brilliant and virtuoso style. In con-
trast to these is the solemn grandeur
of the Prelude and Fugue in B minor,
one of Bach's last and most imposing
works for organ, full of nobility of
sentiment and dignity of expression.
Again there is contrast in the pres-
ence of three Choral-Preludes-elab-
orations of traditional church tunes
in a warmly intimate, devout style.
Somewhat similar in character are
the transcriptions for organ of two
brief pieces: one, the Siciliano move-
ment from one of the three sonatas
for flute and piano; the other the
well-known "Air for the G-string"
which forms the second movement of
the Third Orchestral Suite in D. Very
seldom heard is the Pastorale in F
major, consisting oftfour movements
having a unity of style and key se-
quence, although it is disputed as to
whether they were originally written
as one work.
First Baptist Church:.
10:45 a.m., Worship and sermon.
Rev. R. Edward Sayles will speak
on "A Poet's Creed." Church School
meets at 9:30 a.m.
First Presbyterian Church:
Masonic Temple, 327 South Fourth
At the morning worship service at
10:45 a.m., Dr. C. Herbert Rice, Prin-
cipal of Allahabad Christian College
in India, will be the speaker.
Dr. W. P. Lemon will give a lecture
on the subject "What Determines
Human Destiny?" at 4:30 p.m. This is
the last of a series of lectures on
"The Faith of a Practical Christian."
The Westminster Guild Student
Group will meet at 5:30 p.m. for their
supper and social hour, which will be
followed at 6:30 p.m. by their regular
meeting, at which time Dr. C. Her-
bert Rice will be the speaker.
Stalker Hall: 9:45 a.m. Student
Class led by Prof. Geo. Carrothers.
Subject: Certain Shifts in Religious
Emphasis." 6 p.m. Wesleyan Guild
meeting. Dr. C. W. Brashares will l
Trinity Lutheran Church: Serv-
ices will be held at 10:30 a.m. TheI
pastor, Henry O. Yoder, will use as
his text Matthew 5:6. "Hungry and
Thirsty for the Right Things" is
the theme of the sermon.I
Lutheran Student Club: There will
be no meeting today, January 31.
The next meeting will be on Sun-
day, Feb. 7 at 6 p.m. The boys will
prepare the supper and there will be.
an informal meeting afterward.
Unitarian Church, 5 p.m. Rev. H.
P. Marley will speak on "Wingless
Victory and the King of England."
7:30 p.m., Student Meeting, Mov-
ing pictures of T.V.A. Student Work
Stanley Chorus: Important re-
hearsal called for this afternoon, at
3:00, in the Game Room, the League.
All new members are expected to
come Please be on time. All girls
who have not yet paid their last
semester dues must bring them today,
as the new deadline for payment for
the picture is Monday.
witn Mrs. .S. DufIendack, 2107
Devonshire Road. on Tuesday, Feb.
2, at 2:45 p.m. Mrs. William Steere
is assistant hostess.
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railroad ferry Chief Wawatam, load-
Monday Evening D~rama Section ed with freight cars, was hard
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. aground tonight on North Graham
1, at the Michigan Union. Shoals in the Straits of Mackinac.
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