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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH

ontest Models

By Architects
Put(On Exhibit
Problem To Plan Museum;
100 Entries To Be Shown
Until Saturday
An exhibition of entries in the
Collaborative Competition sponsored
in January by the Alumni Associa-
tion of the American Academy of
Rome is on display this week until
Saturday in the third floor exhibi-
tion room of the Architectural Bldg.
Entries in the 'competition were to
exhibit at least three of the four arts
of painting, sculpture, architecture,
and landscape design. Their problem
was to design a museum located on
an island in a lake and entries were
planned to show the form of the
building, its painting, sculpture and
other aspects. More than 100 entries
from colleges and universities all
over the country were received. First
prize of $200 went to a team from
the University of Pennsylvania.
Two Michigan entries are in the
exhibit. Second medal in the con-
test went to a team composed of
Mary Margaret Barnes, '37A, mural
painter; Walter Anicka, '37A, archi-
tect; and harry Bethke, Grad., sculp-
tor. Honorable mention was received
by the team of Katherine Hoffman,
Grad., mural painter; Robert Mah,
'37A, architect; and Harry Furst,
'40A, sculptor. Work was done under
"the supervision of Professors Ralph
Hammett, Jean Hebrard, Jean Slus-
ser, and Alexander Valerio of the
College of Architecture, and Prof.
Avard Fairbanks of the department
of fine arts.
The exhibit is being shown con-
currently with an exhibit of draw-
ings submitted in the competition of
the New York World's Fair of 1939.
Robert Space, '37A, is in charge of
the arrangements.
Local Stores Requested
To Close Good Friday
All local stores and offices were re-
quested to close from noon till 3 p.m.
Friday in observance of Good Friday
by Mayor Robert A. Campbell and the
Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce.
In urging the closing, Mayor Camp-
bell called attention to the religious
services in Ann Arbor during that pe-
riod.
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4 Cars In Accident;,F
5 Persons In'ured DAILY OFFICIAL
I BULLJETIN
An accident involving four cars atL
midnight Monday on the Ford road (Continued from Page 4)
near the Gctfredson Road caused in-
jury to five persons. of Mrs. J. H. Roberton at 333 South
Two cars collided head-on, block- Division St today at 8 p.m. Margaret
ing the highway. After a third car Brackett and Bettie Howard will pre-
had halted at the scene of the acci- sent a group of readings.
dent, a fourth automobile hit that'
one driving it into the first two.
The injured persons, who suffered The Michigan Dames Book Group
mainly cuts and bruises were Mrs. will hold a pitch-in supper today in
Calvin Hunter, 637 N. Fourth St.; the Russian Tea Room at the League
Mrs. Eva Patterson, Battle Creek, who at 6:30 p.m. All members of the
was knocked unconscious temporar- group are cordially invited.
ily; Eric Dahberg, Dearborn, and Mr.i
and Mrs. Alden V. Lewis, Dearborn.
Coining Event~s

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the Union Open House, the elimina- Holy Communion service will be
Lion reading of the Chicago Confer- held Thursday evening at 1:30 p.m.
ence papers will not be held until Students of the Lutheran Faith are
Thursday evening, March 25, at 7:30 invited to the service for Holy Com-
p.m. in the Michigan Union. A good munion. Preparatory service will be
attendance is urged to help judge held at the opening.
these papers. Good Friday service will be held
Mechanical Engineering magazines od1Ftod3 sem.follwig te ld
for March and past months are avail- gical1 to 3 p.m. following the litur-
able in the Mechanical office, Room gical service for the day with the
221, W. Eng. Bldg. choir singing the litany hymns for
the Seven Last Words. Meditations'
Scandanavian Student Club: There
will be a meeting of the Club on
Thursday, March 25, 8 p.m., at the
Union, Room 323. There will be
election of officers and all members
are urged to attend. Any other stu-
dents interested are invited to be
present.
The Journal Club of the German
Department will meet on Thursday,
March 25, at 4:10 p.m. in Room 201
University Hall. Prof. E. A. Philipp-
son will speak on "Runenforschung ..>
und germanische Religionsgeschichte
(mit einer Einleitung uber die Her-'-
kunft de Runen)."
Holy Week Services in Trinity Lu-
theran Church: Trinity Lutheran
Choir of 18 voices will render the
Lenten Cantata Wednesday evening
at 7:30 p.m. The cantata is "Beth-
any" by Rhys-Herbert.

on "Those at the Foot of the Cross"
will be given by the pastor. This serv-
ice is so arranged that those who
cannot stay for the entire service can
leave after one of the parts of the
service.
Students are invited to these serv-
ices. The church is located on E.
William at S. Fifth Ave.

Group: There will be a meeting on
Thursday at 2 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Harry Bouchard, 1111 Woodlawn
Ave., (between Packard and Forest).
Michigan League Chapel: Wednes-
day, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
at 7:40-7:55, Morning Watch de-
votion service. These services are
open to all students and are planned
by members of the Church Guilds.

Liquor Use Scored,
But Not Outlawed
(Continued from Page 1)
morals and good taste, and to en-
deavor by all reasonable means to in-
sure conformity with, the foregoing
standards of conduct."
The Committee's announcement
stated that students and student or-
ganizations may, if they so desire,
request the Committee to advise with
them regarding specific problems of
conduct and discipline.
Dean of Students Joseph A. Bursley
is chairman of the Committee on Stu-
dent Conduct which includes Dean of
Women Alice C. Lloyd, three mem-
bers of the University Senate ap-
pofnted by President Ruthven, and
the dean or a representative of the
dean of each school and college.
Violations of the standards set by
the committee arenbrought before
the sub-committee on discipline.

English . Journal Club meets Fri-
day afternoon at the Union, with
important business preliminaries be-
ginning at 4 p.m. The program, open
to the public at 4:20, will be devoted
to a colloquium on recent 19th Cen-
tury scholarship. Mr. Webster E.1
Britton will discuss F. L. Lucas' "The
Decline and Fall of the Romantic
Ideal." Mr. Clifton Ellinger will dis-
cuss Joseph Warren Beach's "The
Concept of Nature in Nineteenth
Century Poetry.
A.S.M.E. Members: On account of1

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