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dill iUAi', ,JAN. 1;, j038


French Author College Graduates
DescibesLife Go For Literature,
Describes Life
Library Discovers
College graduates are more inter-
ested in literature than any other
Prevost, Former Editor, subject, requests received by the read-
Here On A Fellowship; ing list service of the University in-
Will Speak T rdicate,it was announced by the1
________University Library recently.
Jean Prevost, former editor of the Last year, in response to more than,
Paris newspaper, "L'Intransigeant," 875 requests from alumni, 5,500 lists
will give a University lecture on "La and lecture notes were distributed by
Vie et L'Oeuvre de Roger Martin du the University. More requests were
Gard," at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in the received for lists in literature than
Natural Science Auditorium. He will any other subject. Next on the list
speak in French. was hobbies, followed by history, edu-
M. Prevost and M. du Gard are cation, psychology, biology, sociology,
both well-known men of letters in and the fine arts.
France and are close personal friends. The distribution of these reading
M. du Gard achieved public promin- lists was inaugurated seven years agoI
ence last fall through his book "Les as part of the University's program in
Thibault" which won for him the adult education among the alumni,
Nobel Prize in literature. The work maintained by the Bureau of Alumni
'gives a complete story of a middle Relations and the Extension Service.!
class French family. He has also -
written several plays. ,
Prevost has been editor of "L'In- Aerona tical Prize 1
transigeant" and of "Europa," inter-
--- -_-' y~T Ar, ltivu~ty

More Ground S
lo Reduce Cra
Improvement of private and gov-
ernmental ground facilities will be an
important factor in lessening the
number of airplane crashes, Prof. Ed-
ward A. Stalker of the aeronautical
engineering department: said in an in-
terview yesterday.'
Commenting on the recent Clipper
disaster in which seven were killed,
Professor Stalker pointed out that
the technical constructional details of
the airplane, although faulty in cer-
tain details, are usually not to blame
for crashes. The difficulty in most

tations Needed


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developed to reduce the possibility
of fire.
2. Design planes to fly at higher al-
titudes, and reduce the probability of
hitting high mountain ranges when
the radio apparatus fails. "If air-
planes were capable of high altitudes
as 25,000 feet, with an adequate pay-
load," he emphasized, "our Western
mountains could be cleared with so
much vertical distance between the
mountain peaks and the airplane that
.rrors in reading of the altitude would
rarely,. if ever, cause a mountain

-- -uI St. Paul's Lutheran Church, West
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notic* to till members ofcav mn at 10:45.
mywgity.;-opy rece--ed - the ad- e t --Asstaut t t -P-esi The Student Club will leave the
UNW2ie: 11 SO aJ1L On 8B*urdB church at 5 p.m. for Mill Lake to the
- home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cannehl.
(Continued from Page 4) -will be our guests at this meeting. Supper and outdoor sports form the
-- _-----Fellowship hour and supper follow- attraction of the evening. A large
social hour will follow. ing the meeting. attendance of Lutheran students and
- --- their friends are expected to attend
First Church of Christ, Scientist, First Presbyterian Church, meeting the outing. The usual Sunday eve-
409 So. Division St. at the Masonic Temple 327 South 4th ning meeting at the church is omit-
Sunday morning service at 10:30. jAve. ted this Sunday. Be at the church
Subject, "Life." Golden Text, John 10:45 a.m.. "Enduring Investments" not later than five o'clock.
1:1,4. 'is the subject of Dr. Lemon's sermon.
Sunday School at 11:45 after theSpecial music by the choir under the Trinity Lutheran Church corner of
morning service. direction of Dr. E. W. Doty. The Fifth Ave. and Williams St. Sermon
musical numbers will include: Pre- by the pastor Rev. H. O. Yoder on
First Congregational Church: 10:45 lude, "The Lord is My Refuge" by Self-forgetful Unity in Christ."

national political and social encyclo-
pedia and is traveling in the United
States under the first Jesse Isador
Straus Traveling Fellowship to bring
prominent French leaders to America
for research. He is the author of
"The Life of Montaigne," "We Walk
on the Sea" and others.
5 M. Prevost will describe the present
political situation in France to mem-
bers of the French, philosophy and
political science departments at a
luncheon Tuesday. He will be in
Ann Arbor until Wednesday, when
he will leave for other Middle Western
and Western universities.

tiaven 1 roiumnus
Clarence L. Johnson, '32E, was re-
cently given the Sperry Award, an
honor annually bestowed upon the
man, under 30 years, making the most
distinctive contribution to aeronau-
tical science during the year.
Mr. Johnson is responsible for the
aerodynamic design of the Lockheed
14 airplane motor, the fastest com
mercial engine now in operation.
Read It In The Daily


cases lies in the deficiency or insuffi- rash." a.m., Service of worship. Dr. Leonard Reger; Anthem. "Seek Ye The Lord"
ciency of contacts with ground sta- 3. Establish a compulsory longer Parr will preach on "The Prophet .by Roberts, and a solo, "Fear Not Ye, Lutheran Student Club will meet
tions. proving period for planes before they With a Harp" iO Israel" by Buck. !Sunday at 5:30 p.m. in Zion Parish
"The greatest hope of eliminating are put on airlines for transport serv- 6:00 p.m.-A rousing discussion is 5:30 p.m., Westminster Guild, stu- Hall. The speaker will be Profes-
the airplane accidents appears to be ice. anticipated in the Congregational dent group.' supper conference. Re- sor Howard McClusky. The student
principally a matter of improving the Student Fellowship next Sunday. eve- po'ts of the recent National Assembly choir will meet at 4:00 p.m. for re-
navigational aids to flying, such as 1 * 1 ning at 6 o'clock. Under the leader- of Student Christian Associations will hearsal.
radio and weather forecasting." Pro- C Ihurch I H.Ilear I ship of Dr. Edward Blakeman, a be made by Clarence Karsin Emily
fessor Stalker said. I f k t - group if students, including a mem- Morgan and Guy Orcutt. All Pres- Unitarian Church, State and Huron
The Clipper crash, Prof. Stalker re- aber of the R.O.T.C., will debate the byterian students and their friends Streets, "Happy Sunday Evening."
ported, may have been caused either question of "Peace, Pacifism, and are invited. 6 p.m. Candlelight Service -
by the dumping of gasoline to lessen (Continued from Page 1) Preparedness." Both the radicals "Proud Pilgrimage to Haymarket."
weight or the construction of the --------------- and the conservatives will make them- Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church: Address by Mr. Marley, assisted by
plane. The former immediately sets 5:30 p.m. Reports of the recent Na- selves heard in this meeting. This Services of worship Sunday are: 8:00 Mr. Edward Jurist and Norman Ros-
up a distinct and dangerous fire haz- tional Assembly of Student Christian will be open to the public, the debate a.m. Holy Communion; 9:30 a.m. ten. Cello solo, Miss Gratia Har-
ard. Although the tanks are drained, Associations will be presented by beginning at 7. Church School: 11:00 a.m. Kinder- rington.+
the vapors still remain; and may be Clarence Kresin, Emily Morgan, '38, garten; 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer 7 p.m. Buffet Supper.
ignited by the high rate of combus- and Guy Orcutt, '39 First Methodist Church: Morning and Sermon by The Rev. Frederick 8 p.m. Round Table led by Prof.
tion. At 10:45 a.m., the Rev. R. Edward worship at 10:45 o'clock. The sermon W. Leech. Lowell Carr on "The PuIlic Mind
The second, he said, would merely Sayles of the First Baptist Church will be "Christian Soldier." The and the Courts." 6
be a matter of speculation. ( will give the second in a series of service will be held in the Michigan Harris Hall: Dr. V. A. Scanio, Ph.D.,; 9 p.m Social Hour-Radio program.
Radio Research In Progress three sermons on realism and religion. Theatre. head of the University of Michigan pm _____ ou-Radioprogram.
Referring to ground stations, Prof. His special theme will be "Seeking Italian Department will speak Sun-
Stalker explained that one of the Reality Through Religion." Stalker Hall: 9:45 a.m. Student day night on his experiences and
main difficulties encountered is the The Roger Williams Guild, meet- Class under the leadership of Mrs. travels abroad as a student. The
distortion or even complete obitera- ing at 6:15 p.m., will have as guest Carrothers. meeting will begin at seven clock.
tion of radio beams in the mountains and speaker Prof. John H. Muyskens 6:00 p.m. Wesleyan Guild meeting. IRefreshments will be served. All
where local storms or metallic de- of the speech department. He will "God in the Out of Doors" in pictures Episcopal students and their friends
pohsits may intercept the waves. discuss the subject "Changing View- and poetry. The Foreign Studentsare cordially invited.
"Research work is in progress and points"
it is hoped that much better informa- E "The Prophet With a Harp" is the----_7
tion will soon be available as to the title of the sermon of Dr. Leonard A.
exact causes of radio failure," he Parr for the 10:45 a.m. service of the
said. "At present there does not seem First Congregational Church. Tuck
to be much hope of predicting local Under the leadership of Dr. Edward1.
storms in the mountains unless a W. Blakeman, Counselor in Religious T H ESE
larget umber of observation stations Education, a group of students, in-
are st up."ldiga ebeIfth .OTC.1'iy
Prof. Stalker listed as a possible so- cluding a membei of the R.O.T.C.
lution to the problems of making air will debate the question "Peace, Pacif- you
taesae:ism, and Preparedness" before the BED
1. Replace the gasoline engines meeting at 6 p.m. of the Congrega-
now used with oil-consuming diesel tional Student Fellowship.
engines which would have to be better The morning prayer and sermon ofs
_the Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church
will be given by the Rev. Frederick
Students Will Raise W. Leech at 8 a.m. At 7 p.m., Dr. V. - with YOU inside!
A. Scanio, Ph.D., head of the ItalianwO
Funds For Spanish department, will speak on his travels
and experiences abroad as a student



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Junior College and the Parker School
of Chicago.
The groups at Michigan and Illinois
have established a joint body to
handle the drive and news bulletins
on the progress of the campaign will
be issued every two weeks. The first
bulletin will be published here.
The Midwest College Ambulance
Campaign is part of the All-American
College Ambulance Fleet's Drive
sponsored by the Medical Bureau to
Aid Spanish Democracy. Professors
Reuben L. Kahn, Frederick A. Coller
and Louis H. Newburgh of the medical
school, and John Sundwall, are mem-
bers of the national committee of
the Bureau.
In addition to the 49 ambulances,
100 doctors, nurses and ambulance
drivers, and eight American hospitals
are helping the Loyalists as a result
of the work of the Medical Bureau
to Aid Spanish Democracy.
Men and women trained in our
courses reach SUCCESS quickly
and with a high degree of cer-
tainty. Records prove it.
Experience confirms it.
Business, itself, recognizes it.
Then why not inquire today,
about the Training this school
provides? Many successful ca-
reers began by acting on this
Harry M. Clark, Director;
Margaret Sinclair, Registrar
Nickels Arcade Phone 3330

to the student meeting at Harris Hall.
Graduate Appointed
To Symphony Post
Romine Hamilton, '32M, former
teaching assistant and concert master
of the symphony orchestra, has re-
cently been appointed concert master
of a new symphony orchestra in
Wheeling, W. Va.
The Wheeling project is still in the
experimental stage and is being pro-
moted by the Ogleby Foundation to
develop interest in music in the area.
Beside being connected with the or-
chestra, Mr. Hamilton is teaching
music in the community.
Student Pianist To Give
Her Graduation Recital

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Did You Know -

Janet McLoud, '38SM, will give a
graduation recital at 8:15 p.m. tomor-
row innthe School of Music Audito-
rium on Maynard Street.
Her program follows: Prelude and
Fugue in C Sharp minor, Bach; Son-
ata in D major, Mozart; Davidsbund-
lertanze, Schumann; Sonatine, Ravel
and Reflets dans l'Eau and PoissonsI
d'Or, Debussy.

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