THE MICHIGAN DAILY
leteher -Henderson To Play A t Military Ball,
This~ Week To Seep Tea fntpe..
IBand Contcert, Lecture, Banquet
The Installation Banquet, the last; of the music school. Guest soloist
of the Oratorical Association Lec- will be Cecil Leeson, celebrated saxo-
Lures, a tea dance and a band con- phonist.
cert are only minor events in stu-' John B. Kennedy takes the Hill
dent lives as this weer leads up to' Auditorium stage on Tuesday night
April 8-the beginning of spring va- for the last Oratorical Association
cation. lecture of the season. 1H. V. Kalten-
A pomientAusria ecnomstborn was scheduled to appear but
t D. Oskar Morgenstern, will speak on wstoilt oi.M.Kney
"Social Science in Europe" at 4:15 famous as an NBC announcer and
p.m. tomorrow in the Natural Sci- news commentator, will speak on
"What's WogWt h ol.
ence Auditorium. WogWt h ol.
At 6 p.m. tomorrow most of the-
women on campus will attend the FOLK DANCES TAUGHT
1938 Installation Banquet to be held
in the League Ballroom and the Many students, faculty and towns-
Grand Rapids Room.+ people attended a program which was
Band To Give Concert given at 7:45 p.m. yesterday in Unity ;
The University Band will presentI Hill where Mrs. Werner Striedieck
its Spring Concert at 8:30 p.m. to-} taught folk and old fashioned
morrow in Hill Auditorium Under theI American dances. Community sing-
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'38, tickets and finance chairman an- p) ~~~ V ~ l -
noiriced. _. _)AI1Y11 ) i A tJ/1"'j a.m. Holy Communion (Corporate
Other committeemnen who were re-F Communion for members of the Con-
cently anniouiced 'irnclude-Donald M. I Uni vvrli(y.(Cop~y tz(It'ta l IJr uti(cU of the A. Atwl to tlicr ' -ST« rt frainCas ihbekatf
Alexander,, .'38E, chairman. of the U"011 I 30, 1 :00 am 1. .. UUW, lowing at Harris Hall), 9:30 a.m.
patrons and guests commnittee; Carl- -- - - Church School, 11 a.mn. Kindergarten,
ton L. Nelson, 38, hnead of the rches- (~ftlu' ri ' ~63 icsinporm u 11 a.m. Holy Communion and sermon
tra comnmittee. _._-..-.-_---p(m, , by The Rev. Henry Lewis, 8 p.m. In-
Cm _---N---met-t-he icign.eageonaySect "We Pre pare For Peace or War?. ednmntoalHl omno
Commitee amedmeet t th Micigan eagu Monay :The following sub topics will be pre-;treoiaonlHyCmuin
John E. Cornelius, '38, will be in evening at 8 o'clock. ented in brief talks: "Trends in In-' Service with the following ministers
charge of publicity, and Kingsley- ternational Policy," "Legislative Is-' of Ann Arbor participatinmg: The Rev.
Kelley, '39BAd, Will. be chairman of Advanced R.O.T.C. Commutation! sues" and "What Makes Up My Win. P. Lemon, The Rev. L. A. Parr. I.
th~e progrms and favors committee, checks will be disbursed Tuesday, Mind." TeRv er eiTeRv .E
The drill team will be under" the di- April 5, between 1:30 and 4:30 p.m. 'Harris Hall: Celeb a~;on of~ the HolyI Sayles, The Rev. E. P. Sawyer, The
recton o Thodor Maden,'39,andRev. Kenneth Morgan, The Rev. H.
sectionrofTh ereMadn, ', aecend cc Cnet:Te- oa a-Communion in the Chapel, Sunday L. Pickerill, The Rev. F. W. Leech.
Ricar T Waeran '0, s ece- acedCocer: heSchlaCa 'morning, at 9 o'clock, after which __
tar'y of the central committee. torum, a male chorus of 60 voices. the group will proceed to the Michi- FrtCnrgtoa hrh 04
The floor commrittee: will be head- 'from Luther College, Decorah, Ia., gan League for breakfast. ,a.m. Prior to the regular opening atj
ed by Gordon H.t Arnold, '40. The will sing in Pattengill Auditoriuml Sunday night Student Meeting at 10:45, the chorus choir under the
decorations committee includes W il- Tuesday, April 5, 8:15 p.m. !.Harris Hall. The group will meet as direction of Henry Bruinsmna, will
son B. Archer, '38, Allen Andrews, - - usual at 7 o'clock for a short, in- sing some special Lenten music. Dr.
'39E, Gilbert K. Phases, '38, and John, ; formal mee'ting until 71:45, at which? Parr will continue his discussion of
Stevens, '38E. Major 'Walter B..C u che time all members of the Guild. and'Wa Is This Christianity" with
F'ariss will, be the department ad- Stalker Ball: Student Class at, 9:45 JIal Episcopamlstudents and their thtopc" oit.
viso. ;. a~11.,Thesubjfect for dliscuission) will, friendsar cordially invited to join' 3 p.m. The Pastor's Training Class
be "Race Relations." Dr. Ca}rrol iers1 with the members of all other stu- will meet in Pilgrim Hall at 3. 7
a* ,, - land several of the foreign i udei;ntsI dent guilds of Ann Arbor and come; 6 p.m. "Gentlemen, the King," is
ing preceded the cdancing.
Badminton: Open splay 7:30 to
9:30 p.m. tomorrow, Wednesday
and Thursday; club play 7:30 to
9:30' p.m. Wednesday, Barbour
Bowling: 4 to 6 p.m. and 7 to 9
p.m. tomorrow through Friday, 3
to 5 p.m. Saturday, W.A.A. Build-
Dance Club: Dance festival at
Art Institute in Detroit.
Ridng: Crop and Saddle ride, 5
p.m. Thursday, meeting at Bar-
Swimming: Open swimming 4
p.m. tomorrow and Wednesday,
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will lead the discutIssMi to St. Andrew's Church to the Inter-
Weslcyan Guild Meetingigt 6 p.in,. denominational Holy Communion;
Prof. Preston Sloss on will speak on Ser vice to be held at 8 o'clock, Sun-!
"The Game of Casuistry." !cay evening. This service is spon-I
Fellowship Hour at 7 p..I orcd by the ,Ann Arbor Ministerial
Association and the Interguild Stu-
First Methodist (bjhit'V. Morning dent Groups of Ann Arbor.
worship at 10:40 o'cloc-. Dr, Bra-
Chre il pecho "Look."E Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church: *
shars aillpre~ch. o - Services of worship Sunday are : 8 U
Disciples Guild (Chuirch of Christ)
10:45 a.mn., Morning Worship. l~ev *.-*".'. ....
Fred Cowin, Minis'ter.
12:00 noon. Students Bible\ Class,
H. L. Pickerill, leader. """
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