THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, NOV._ 11, 1937
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Pratt Gives Arnmistice
Day Carrillon Recital
Wilmot F. Pratt, University
carillonneur, will play the follow-
ing Armistice Day program at
7:30 p.m. today on the Charles
Baird Carillon in the Burton
"Star Spangled Ban e r,"
lea tiers Opei
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universities are scheduled to attend
AmeicatheBeauti u , y
Ward;~ "Whe Jhnny UCmes this meeting which will be presided
Ward;inghenohny L mes over by Hope Hartwig, '38, president
Marching Home," by Lambert; of the League and John Thorn, '38,
"Columbia the Gem of the ofeegue UnonT
Ocean"; "Tramp, Tramp, president of the Union.
Tramp"; "Battle Cry of Free- Speakers and their subjects on to-
dom," by Root; "Les Marseil- day's program include:
laise," by de Lisle; "Reubens- "The Future of Democracy," by
marsch," by Benoit; "Pack Up Prof. Joseph R. Hayden, of the po-
Your Troubles," by Powell; "Rus- litical science department at 10:45
sian National Anthem," by Lvoff. a.m., "The Social Responsibility of
The prcgram will be conclud- Teachers in a Democracy," by Prof,
ed by "Gcd Save The King" and Stuart A. Courtis of the education
"Taps." school at 2 p.m., "The Responsibility
of the Parent in a Democracy," by
Bertha Ashby Hess of the education
Noted Humanist To Speak school at 3 p.m. and "The Humane
Before Unitarians Sunday Ideal in a Demorcray," by Frances
Clarke, director of humane education,
Dr. A. Eustace Haydon, professor American Humane Association, New
of history of religions at the Univer- York at 4 p.m.
sity of Chicago and noted humanist,; A well-known woman juvenile coirl
judge from Nashville, Tenn.-Camillc
Kelley-will address the banquet at
and religion Sunday and Monday, 6:30 p.m. in the Union on "Value vs.
it was announced yesterday. Cost." Music will be furnished for
Dr. Haydon will speak on "Man's the banquet by the University Men's
Search for the Good Life" at 11 a.m. Glee Club
Sunday in the Unitarian Church and i Tomorrow and Saturday the meet-
on "The Task of Religion Today" at ing will be broken up into study
4:15 p.m. Monday in the League. groups. Speakers scheduled are Prof.
William Haber, of the economics de-
The lectures are being sponsored partment on "The Social Services in
by the American Unitarian Associa- Community Planning," Prof. Wells
tion and the University Committee on Bennett, director of the architecture
Religious Education. school on "Problems of Housing in
Community Planning," and Dr. James
D. Bruce, medical adviser to the
aire tor ath Service on "P ing for Coin-
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Lxtension D r c-tor
To Broadcast To(day
Edith Thomas, head of the Library
Extension Division, guest speaker for
the broadcast at 3 p.m. today from
Morris Hall, will discuss plays for
high school production.
In her stacks at the library, Miss
Thomas has 250 plays which are
loaned for examination to schools,
church clubs, organizations and little
theatre groups upon request. Nearly
10,000 requests are received each
The list of plays Miss Thomas will
discuss on this program will be mailed
upon request by Waldo Abbot, di-
rector of broadcasting, Morris Hall,
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