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T.Al a MIC, !"7!AN . DAIL Y

SUN'DAY, FB 2,1938

iriiliwid

Christians Hold
Dy Of Prave r',
Lutheran Student Chor us
To OfferSongs
The "Day of Prayer," being ob-
4crved at 5 P.m. today in the Con-
gregatlonal' Church, is being spon-
sored by the World Christian Asso-
c~iation to promote a feeling of uinity
,among Christian Students throug~h-
out the world.
'The, service, which will be used
v;wherevei" the day of prayer is ob-
served, is a modification of one pre-
1pa're', by Dr. Reinhold von Thadden,
a .Verman- churchman who has been
imprisoned because of his opposition
to -the _ rligious policies. of the Nazi
Government.
Sponsored by the Inter- Guild
'Councl of the Student Religious As-
sociation, the Ann Arbor service wil
include "'Tis the Holy E~vening,
H1our,' by Beethoven, and 'God So
Loved' the World," by Stainer, suns,
~by the.Lutheran Student Choir, under"
the direction of Clifford Ber'g.

Girl Forester Is Serious

M organi Urges4
UnityOf Faithsl
Student Religious Director
SpeaksTo Hillel
An experimental method in reli-
gion to achieve better understand-
ing among the students of the va-
rious faiths, was advocated by Ken-1
neth Morgan, director of the Student
Religious Association, Friday night at,
the wveekl~y services of the H1illel
Foundation.
"We, Catholics, Protestants, Jewsj
and Orientals, should," he said, "in-
telligently use the best traditions of'
our respective beliefs and arrive at
some common ground of keen appre-
ciation and consideration for each
other.
"We should face the problems of
the world shoulder to shoulder," he
added, "as religious men and wotnen,
recognizing how much we have in
common."
( ueatioiial. Can ' s #
Offered th is Spring
Owing to demand, a special section
of course B190 in the Education
School, "Camping as an Education
Agency," will be given this semnes-
ter by Dr. Ross L. Alien, assistant
executive director of the American,
Camping Association.I
The course is a regular summer

JVPA II eti 1Recuperate~s

Air Travel Movie
To Be Sbhowna Here'
An educational movie on the corn-
forts and safety of Air line travel
will be shown at 8 p.m. Tuesday in)
the Union under the auspices of the
Ann Arbor Aviation Club.
The picture, filmed by. United Air
Lines, shows their new Douglas DC3 I
Air Liners in flighit. Maintenance
shops, radio equipment and the prep-
aration for air trips are also demon-I
strated. Mr. Dan O'Leary, a represen-
tative of the company,- will comment
on the film and answer questionsj
arising from it.

DAINTY PATTERNSQ
Ilk in FINE LINENS'
r' Embroidercd Pillowcases, I
r New patterns in grashes,
i by the yard.
jv Pi(INIIED TEA. OWELS -
1 GULSIT TOWELS
GAGE LINEN SHOP
a ~ 10 NCKEAAADE

EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

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' soon"
(Continued from Page 4)
fres have been arranged and Prof.
'Arthur L. Cross will give his popular
tally on "Michigan Worthies." New!
:students particularly are invited to l
this fine social gathering and will
greatly; enjoy Professor ;):oss's fas-I
cnating story of the men who have
trade the University of Michigan
famous.
Sfirst Methodist Church: Mor)nin f
worship at 10:45 .o'clock. Dr. C. W.
~Braares will preach on "People of
P~ower." The meeting will be held
in the.Michigan Theatre.
Stalker Mal:' Class for students at,
~ ~5 am.led by Prof. Carroth ers.
Thje subject for discussion this week
is:."choosin~g Companions."
Wesleyan Guild meeting at '6Gp.m.:
We will have three discussion groups.1
1. "Peace"' led iby Mr. Kenneth Mor-
kan; -2. "Adventures in .Religion,", ledl
by Dr, Thrashares; 3. "Christian So-t
dial Action" led 'by Kenneth Leisen-
iig, Grd Fellowship hour anid sup-
Pei" following the discussions. All
Methodi~st students and their friends
are cordially invited to the class and
F'irst Pi esbytvrian Church : 1432
Washi t N .v Ave.
10:45 a~,t ,The Atobiography of
Gow" Is. the subject of Dr. W. P.f
Lemion's sermon at the Morning Wor-
Shl1p 'Service., The student choir di-
rccted by .Prof. E. W. Doty and the
children', choir under the leader-
ship 'of Mrs: -Fred Morris will take
diart in tileservice, The musical num-
bcrs 'will include: Organ Prelude, "0
L.ord Our God" by Karg-Elert; An-
them, "Lord Thou Hast Been our

No sissy is Gene Hopkins, only
gi among 438 University of Wash-
ington forestry students. Declining
to chrange her course, Miss Hopkns
said, "I -really want to learn for-
estry."
Dwelling Place" by Rogers; solo, ""the
Lord is My Shrepherd" by Dvorak.

45:30 p.m., The Westminster, stu- session course, buit will be given from
denit group, supper and meeting. Ibis-2 t 4 p.m. on Wednesdays with two
hours credit, this spring. It deals
cussion groups on Principles of Chris-! with the growing importance being
tian Living-In Interpreting Events!atce ocmin sapaeo
of Today; In Getting Along With education, and explains its role in
People ; In Men. and ,Women Rela- tis system.
tions, and In Business and Profes -__ ___
sioiis. A fifth group will discuss basic
prinipls o Chrstinit. 18 p.m. "Dare the school buil a
f p'iltip ' f hrstanty' IDo' ft-U aUSU'J - _t8t M is l a d A A- Mo- V~

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Harry Hopkins, Work Progress
Administration head is shown. as he
sumi'd himself at Coral Gables,
Fla., as he recuperated from a re-
~cent operation.-___
Apply Early For
Summer Work
IDr. I'uridoni Says Positions
Already Available
Requests for summer workers are f
already pouring inlto the offiCe of the {
Bureau of Appointments and Occupa
tional Information. Dr. T. Luther Pur-
dom, director, said yesterday, in catll-
ing for student applications.'
Many positions are openr in sumxmer
amp as counslscors, Camp doctors
and nurses as well as requests for
ardceners. wait resses. bell- boys mnd
others. The jobs pay from :five dol--
lars a week up, includinag ixainten- j
atee.
Students wishbing summer em iploy -
:nent are a 'keci to register in R oom 30 , M s n H l . a y of t e p o
paec Live employers accept the student
ly letters and on the recommendiationI
of the Bureau while ot hers come to,
Ann Arbor :for interviews arranged by
the office.
Those desiring positions in iarticu-_
lar localities or organizations are
asked to register their. preferences

Win
P.M.
It~i)0-°J(oe 1enhieL
6 :30----Doub~le Everything,
7:00--open House.
7:30-- Phil Baker.
11:00---The People's Choice.
8:30--Earaches of 1938.
9:00---Ford Hour.
10:00-Zenith Foun datiopl.,
0:30---Hrmit's Cave.
11 :OO---,Jay Freeman Oreb,
11:30--CalCalloway.
12:00-Buddy Rogers Orch.
wJ
P.M.
600--Catholic FHour.
6 :10-People In the News.
6 ;45---Studio Feature.
7:00-Jack Benny.
7:3t--lnteresting Neighbors.
8 :00--tCharley McCarthy.
9 :00-Manhattan Merry-Go-Roun-d.
9:30---Familiar Music.
10 :0--Rising Stars.
10:30--"Amxerica and War."
11:00--Dance Music,
11 :30--News, Music.
WXYZ
P.M.
6 :00---George ,essel.
6i:30--To Bec Announce-d,
7 :00-Dinner Concert,
7 :30--Ozzie Nelson.
83:00--Detective Series.
83:30 -Californta Concert,
9 :0U-Hoilywood Playhouse.
'1'30-WR~t-er Wineheli.
17 :45---lrene Rich.
10:00--Mgrek Weber Orch.
10 :30-Cheerio.
11:00--John McI~ay.
11:30 --Henry Blusse Orch1."
12:00-Eddie Vilmos Ore.
CKLIV
- P.M.-
5:00-~ Variety Revue.
6 :00--Dance Orchestra.
6:30--Tim and Trene.
7:00--Forum.
7:15---News.-
7:30- ---Bill Carlson Orcb.
11:00---Epic of America.
8 :30--Happy Hal.
9 :00-Choral Contrasts.
9:30-Pontiac Baptist,
10 :00--Goodwillj.
1 0:30--Gospel. Service~s.
1 7.30---eporter.
12 :00--Dance- Music.

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Fried Oysters, Tarter Sauce
Broiled Special T-Bode StLeak
Broiled Special Tenderloin SteakI
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Fried Scallops, Tarter Sauce
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef
Broiled Small T-.Bona Steak
Grilled Pork Chops, Apple Sauce
Grilled Veal Chops, Jelly
Grilled- Lamb Chops, Jelly
OUR REGULAR DINNERS
45c
Fried Fillet of Haddock

Breaded Veal Cutlets
Braised Swiss Steak
Grilled Liver with Bacon
('hopped Round Steak with Sauce
Vegetable Dinner, Fried Egg
Chicken-Mushroom Chow Mein
Fehwith Noodles
FehMushroom Omelette
90C
Sizzling Porterhouse Steak
Sizzling Fancy Filet Mignon
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Sizzling Reg. Filet Mignon
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Roast Turkey
Branded Top Sirloin.
Potato, Vegetable and Salad
G Pie, Baked Apple, Ice Cream,-

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of Chicken Soup or Chilled Tomato Juice

Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church:
Services of worship Sunday are: 3
a.m. Holy Communion; 9:30 a .i.
Church School, 11 am. Kindergar-
ten: 11 a.mn. Service. of Dedication
of Organ with address by Prof. Earl
V. Moore.
hlarris hlall: "The Businessman's
Point of View" by Mr. Charles H.
Henderson, Director of the. Wash-
tenaw County Gas Companiy, will be3
heard by the Student Fellowship inI
Harris Hall Sunday night. The meet-
ing will'begin -atseven o'clock. This is
the second of the series of talks on
the present economic conflict. All,
Episcopal students and their friends
are cordially invited.
IUnitarian: Church: G p.m. "Hitler
J versus Niemollei"-- an- ancient con-
troversy in new g;arb---address by Rev.
(1.. P. Marley.I
17 p.m., Coffee Hour for students.!
ENl*JOY A REAL
ITALIAN DINNER
1602 :Packard Rd. at Marion St.
Dinners served daily by
reservation. Sunday from 12-8.
/%s

wat G. Fraser of the school of eca-
tion.
Lutheran Studet Club will meet,
in Zion Lutheran Parish Hall at,
5:30 this Sunday. Supper will be
served at' 6 p.m. by the ladies of the
church. Prof. Bennett Weaver will
speak after the supper hour on "Thre3
Influence of Religion on Literature."'

THE PARROT
338 SOUTH STATE STREET

Zion Parish
Washington

Hall is located at 309 L.
St.

GREENE
scores
again!

IThe Lutheran Student +Choir will
Imeet for rehearsal this week on Sun-
day, at 4 p.m. in the Congregational
Church due to tihe choir participat-
inig in the Fedration Day of Prayer
service in that church.

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10 till 2

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live lobster diriner for only $1 .00 at either the
Dining Room or Tap Room~ of the Allenel Hotel.
Taste this truly delightful table delicacy, fresh
as' if, seined directly from thec sea, and brought
to' you as served only ot the secs-coast. Other
sea foods may be had, including blue Points, Half
shells, Fried Oysters, and Fresh Fish Dinners,

$2.50 the bid
Ticket Sales begin
Tuesday, February 22
at the Union desk
For Freshmetn Only, Monday
41,1d Tuesday

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