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TillE 311 {C I T I G A N D A tIY SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 193

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here will be improvisations and aning. The Foreign Students are to be
>usiness meeting. I the guests at the supper tonight at

D)AILY OFFICIAL
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-Id, to be followed by a seminar
rccting at which Calver and Dick
vilz present papers.
Alpha Gamma Sigma will hold an
mpcrtant business meeting, which is
to be followed by a pledging service,
Monday evening, Dec. 6, at 7:30 in
the Michigan League.
The Hillel Players will meet on
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Founda-j
tion. In addition to the presentation
of .Eugene O'Neill's "Off Nags Head"

Lutheran Student Club will not
lave their regular meeting in Zion
?arish Hall this Sunday on account
.f the trip to Lansing. Regular meet-
ng will be held next Sunday.
Church of Christ (Disciples) InI
the absence of Rev. Cowin Professor'
;ennett Weaver will occupy the pul-
,it at 10:45 a.m. The subject will be
Prisoners of Hope."
Disciple Guild:
12:00 noon, Student Bible Class.
5:30 p.m., Social Hour and Tea.
6:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Pickerill
vill conduct the third discussion of
the series of programs on "Love,
Courtship, Marriage and Home
Building."
First Church of Christ, Scientist,

6 o'clock in the Church Parlors. All
Foreign Students, as well as all other
students, are most cordially invited.
First Methodist Church: Morning
worship at 10:40 a.m. Dr. T. T.
Brumbaugh will speak on "Chris-
tianity's Stake in the Orient."
Stalker Hall: Student Class at
9:45 a.m. Mrs. T. T. Brumbaugh will;
lead the discussion.
Wesleyan Guild meeting at 6 p.m.
Dr. T. T. Brumbaugh will speak on,
"The Youth of Japan Face Crisis."
Fellowship hour and supper following
the meeting.
First Presbyterian Church meeting
at the Masonic Temple 327 South
Fourth Avenue.

Presbyterian affiliation and their
friends.
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church,
Services of worship Sunday are:
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion; 9:30
a.m., Church School; 11 :00 a.m.,
Kindergarten, 11:00 a.m. Holy Com-
munion and sermon by The Rev.
Henry Lewis; 4:30 p.m. Choral Even-
song and One Hundred Years of St.
Andrew's Church School, and recep-
tion in Harris Hall following the
service.
Harris Hall, Sunday eveninz at 8
o'clock, Professor James E. Dunlap
of the University Latin and GreeK
Department will speak on "Virgil'si
Messianic Prophecy" to the Student
Fellowship. Please notice that N the
time of this meeting is changed due
to the Parish #Birthday Celebration
in Harris Hall in the afternoon. All

+ University Botanists 409 So. Division St.
Sunday morning service at 10:30.
Discovered A Tree ISubject. "God, The Only Cause and
Creator."
Called The 'Telcon' Golden Text: Psalms 19: 1, 3.
Sunday School at 11:45 after the
morning service.
The ancient Indians of eastern"
Mexico introduced into that region First Congregational Church, 608
economic plants from distant areas, E. Williams.
Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Lundell of the 10:45 a.m., Service of worship. Dr.
University Herbarium have discov- Leonard A. Parr will preach on "The
ered in making a botanical study of
the vicinity of Tamazunchale, San Arch Heresy of Our Time." Musical!
Luis Potosi. selections include an organ number
Many of these trees and plants I "Communion" by Guilmant; a choir!
were unknown to botanists until Dr. rendition of "Lo, How a Rose E'erl
and Mrs. Lundell visited the region Blooming" by Praetorius; and a bari-
last summer and published an ar- tone solo by Donn Chown of Sander-
ticle on the results of their study in
the last issue of "Field and Labora- son's "Green Pastures."
tory." 6:00 p.m., "The Greatest Problem
One of the trees discovered by the: in the World" will be the subject on
University expedition is the "telcon," which Dr. Leonard A. Parr will speak
described by Dr. Lundell as "a mag- to the Student Fellowship this eve-
nificent tree with attractive large
purplish blossoms and named Carpo-
diptera Ameliae." According to Dr. Theatre Group To Give
Lundell, this genus, related to our 'Mr. Toad' At Plynoitl
basswood, has previously been found .
only in the West Indies and tropical At the request of several alumni
Africa. It is planted in eastern Mex- who saw the play in Ann-Arbor, the
ico for shade and ornament. Children's Theatre will present "Mr.
Another example of this type of Toad" today in the Plymouth High
Indian silviculture is that of the sa- School Auditorium.
podilla tree Which grows abundantly The same cast which presented the
in the luxuriant wet tropical forests play here will take part in the Ply--
of the region of southern Mexico ex- mouth production. The second play
plored by Dr. and Mrs. Lundell. A of the series, "The Secret Garden," is
tree related to the sapodilla is the scheduled for presentation Dec. 10
chief source of chewing gum for that and 11 at the Lydia Mendelssohn
area and is also found farther south. Theatre.
Theatre

At the Morning Worship Service at Episcopal students and their friends
10:45 Dr. Kenneth D. Miller, Execu-: are cordially invited.
tive Secretary of the Presbytery of
Detroit, will preach on the topic: Unitarian Church, Sunday morning
"Magnifying the Lord." There will service, 11 a.m. Mr. Lon Ray Call of
be special music by the student choir Chicago will speak on "What Liberals
under the direction of Dr. E. W. Doty. Want."
The musical numbers will be as fol- 7:30 o'clock, 'Building for Peace
lows: Organ Prelude, "Magnificat" and Democracy"-a report on the
by Reger; Anthem, "Forever Worthy Peoples' Congress in Pittsburg, by
is Thy Lamb" by Tschaikowsky; Solo, Ralph Segalman, Rena Rubenstein
"If With All Your Heart" from the and Rafael Haskell.
"Elijah" by Mendelssohn .
Prof. Carl W. Rufus will speak at J N THECROWD
I the meeting of the Westminster
Guild, student group, at 6:30 of ex- at
periences in the Far East. This meet-,tto I i
ing is preceded by a supper and fel- nn
lowship hour at 5:30. A cordial in-
vitation is extended to all students of 802 Packard

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"Let's stop
snack after

in at CALKINS-FLETCHER'S for a
the show. I ate ihere this noon and

had a most enjoyable plate lunch.
"They also serve very delicious SANDWICHES
each noon and evening - so that's the place

HOW LITTLE IT COSTS
TO TELEPHONE HOME!
THE RATES for long distance telephone calls are especially low
after 7 every night and all day every Sunday. And you can have
the charges billed to your home telephone when you want to call
the folks.
r
NOTE THE LOW RATES to the representative points listed
below. Rates to other points are proportionately low. Ask Long
Distance (dial 110).

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for us"
Did you

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know that CALKINS-FLETCHER

3-MINUTE STATION-TO-STATION RATES

ANN ARBOR to:

Day
except
Sunday
$.50

ALBION
ALPENA

1.05

BATTLE CREEK

BAY CITY

.60
.70
.90
.85

BENTON HARBOR

BIG RAPIDS
CADILLAC
COLDWATER

1.00

FLINT

.60
.45
.85

GRAND HAVEN

GRAND RAPIDS.
HILLSDALE.
HOLLAND.
HOUGHTON.
KALAMAZOO
LANSING .
LAPEER
LOS ANGELES, CAL.

.80
.45
.85
1.55
.70
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Night
and
Sunday
$ .35
.60
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.55
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.95
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3.50
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1.00
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.65
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serves an exceptional plate lunch each noon? You
really save time and money and gain in quality
when you eat at CALKINS-FLETCHER'S.
When lunch time comes round today, make it
a point to drop in and have lunch at our fountain
which is under the supervision of an expert dietician.
Today's Menu
MEAT LOAF
FRESH GREEN PEAS
FRUIT SALAD
HOME MADE SOUPS and PIES
Be sure to take advantage of our evening lunches
especially on Sunday after the show.
For this Sunday-
"BIG APPLE" SUNDAE
or "BLACK AND WHITE" DISH

MARQUETTE
MT. CLEMENS

5.35
1.40
.45

MUSKEGON.
NEW YORK, N.Y.
OwOSSO.
PETOSKEY
PORT HURON
SAGINAW
SAULT STE. MARIE.
' nAI7 -VU ''^

.90
1.65

.45

1.10
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1.25

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