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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

on Kennedy (
peak Tuesday

urches Prepare
Varied Programs

To Vaguely Paraphrase Caesar-

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLET

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Fr. Leon Kennedy. of Sacred Heai (Continued from Page 1)
Seminary in Detroit, will give the
church on the subject "An Impetuous
second in the series of talks on "The Judgment." Prof. Robert Angell of
Development of , Social Ethics" at the sociology department, will discuss
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Lane Hall. "Inside Germany" at 6 p.m. after the
Father Kennedy is a professor of Westminster Guild supper.
philosophy at Sacred Heart Seminn The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Friederi-
ary, where he took his first degree, ;hen, missionaries to the Philippines.
and also teaches at Marygrove, a will give an illustrated lecture at
girl's seminary near Detroit. He has 7:30 p.m. during the Grace Bible Fel-
studied at the University of Fri- lowship meeting at the Masonic
bourg, Switzerland, earning his Ph.D. Te
degree there. ple.
degree there. Dr. Carolus F. Harry, member of
Active and interested in the labor the United Lutheran Churchs' board
movement, Father Kennedy has edit- of education, will speak at 7 p.m. be-
ed several pamphlets giving the fore the Lutheran Student Associa-
Catholic views on this great' contro- tion.
versy. The Disciples Guild will have an
The third talk of this series will be open forum following a talk by Prof.
given next Tuesday at Lane Hall, by Bennet Weaver of the English de-
Dr. Jacob Van Tuinen of the phi- partment at 6:30 p.m. on "The Place
losophy department. of Sacrifice in Social Progress." _

(Continued from Page 4)]
the Mary B. Henderson Room of the1
Michigan League.
Botanical Journal Club, Tuesday,
7:90 p.m. Room N.S. 1139, March 28,
.1939. Reports by-
LeRoy Harvey, Some recent papers
on root nodules.
Nancy Hollister, Morphology, par-
ticularly spore formation, of Vibrio
desulfuricans. .
William Gilbert, Thermophilic ac-
tinomycetes and fungi in soils. .
Gretchen Beardsley, "Alice in Vi-
rusland."
Chairman: Professor K. L. Jones.
The Michigan Dames Drama Group
will meet in the Rackham Building
Monday evening at 8 o'clock. All
wives of students and their friends
are welcome.
Churches
Ann Arbor Friends (Quakers). The'
Study Group will meet at the Michi-
gan League Sunday at 3:30 p.m. This
will be followed by the meeting for
worship at 5. All are cordially in-
vited.

Parr will preach on: "The Mirror off
Christ's Mind" V "His Idea of Salva-
tion."
6 p.m. Student Fellowship will bet
held Sunday at 6 p.m. Supper fol-l
lowing which Prof. A. D. Moore of
the Engineering School will address
the group on the subject "Personali-
ty.")
There will be a Lenten Service at
8 p.m. on Thursday, March 30. The:
pastor will speak on "How Long Dost 1
Thou Keep Us In Suspense?"
First Church of Christ, Scientist,1
409 So. Division St., Sunday morn-'
ing service at 10:30.
Subject: "Reality."
Golden Text: Philippians 4:8.
Sunday School at 11:45.
Reformed and Christian Reformed'
church services will be held as usual
Sunday, March 26 in the Women's
League Chapel at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Rev. H.' J. Kuiper will speak
at both services.
First Methodist Church. Morning'
worship service at 10:40 o'clock. Dr.
C. W. Brashares will preach on "The
Way of the Cross."+
Stalker Hall. Student Class at 9:45

a.m. at Stalker Halt Wesleyan Guild
meeting at 6 p.m. at the Church. A
Communion Service is planned. A
Fellowship Hour and supper follow-
ing the meeting.
First Presbyterian Church, 1432
Washtenaw Ave. 10:45 a.m., Morn-
ing Worship Service. The Rev. War-
ren E. Hall, D.D., of the First Pres-
byterian Church of Wyandotte,
Mich., will preach on the topic "An
Impetuous Judgment." Palmer Chris-
tian at the organ and directing the
choir.
The Westminster Guild: 6 p.m.,
Westminster Guild, student group,
will meet for supper and a fellowship
hour. Prof. Robert Angell of the So-
ciology Department of the University
will speak on the topic "Inside Eu-
rope" at the meeting at 7 o'clock.
Unitarian Church: 11 a.m. Tenth
Anniversary sermon of Rev. H. i.
Marley. Topic: "Liberalism-Yester-
day and Today."
7:30 p.m. Liberal Students' Union
-Mr. Leonard Gregory of the School
of Music will speak on "Appreciation
of Music"-demonstration with sym-
phony records.

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IT'S SPRING! Let's start whis-
tling a few song tunes and tell you
how we feel about it all. Here goes:
"Confidentially" and "Any time
at all" we think we have never
seen such a good-looking collec-
tion of reefer coats before. Navy
blue is of course the tra-
ditional of all reefe cl-
~ ,.ors .and they have spine
piighty beautiful materi-
als at SOREN'S SHOP
(the little shop around
the corner from Williams
St.) Nubby wools, smooth
twills, double lapels, pi-
qu6 collars are some of
the high spdts on these
smart coats. One is a
Fashion Design of the
Month featured in Harper's Ba-
zaar. The coat is fitted like a
dress, something to be envied, and
it's little silk pique collar in spring
pink is the newest note from fash-
ion parades. A stunning tweed
reefer with clever little Chester-
field velveteen collar is there too-
Note: On some particularly clever
formals, a taffeta sheperd plaid
the '"Gone With The Wind" num-
ber; and a stunning gypsy dress
with plaided skirt and cool white
top.
"MONDAY MORNING," when
that feeling hits you, you want to
"Lambeth Walk," on down to the
PARROT for a little of that liquid
coca-cola known as the life-giving
mixture. That's our
J tantidote for that well-
known spring "high-
! t e m p er a ture." O r
hadn't you heard that
Classes 1 to 100 in the
catalog had been ad-
journed to the Parrot for the
spring term. Come on now no bolts,
We're expecting you tomorrow at
ten! Assignment: Making a sur-
vey report on the'latest swing ruc-
ords, with full details ircluded.
See you manana!
* * *
WHEN it's "Tu-Li-Tulip Time" all
little coeds blossom out in spring
tub silks and here's the grard
collection you have to choose from.
SARAH ROGERS SHOP on South
University is the place and here's
the info, a very good
'ip! A blue polka-dot
tailoredand tucked in
just the right places
with just the right zip.
It boasts a smart t'wo-
buckle white leather
belt, and the very col-
legiate collar-less neck.
There is a beauty in
what is known as suede
'cloth. It's really a cool
porous material but as
soft and delightfully
smooth as suede. For
the dirndl gal there is an adorable
dress in tiny-patterned green silk,
modified full skirt, and clever
little pockets on a nipped - in
waistline. They're really quite
something.
* * *
"STOP BEATING AROUND the
Bush." You know you have been
longing to be proud possessor of

a man-tailored suit with all the
zip and go in the tailored world
AT DILLON'S SHOP you can in-
dulge your longing
- to you heart's con-
'tent. There's every
type: Navy blue,
'ight blue, Striped
ones. The new idea
is the 'Wing-Strut
Collar, as piquant
as it sounds. Then
hthere are those
adorable little dress-maker tail-
ored combination in a fine wool,
with pinched-in waists, and crisp
white pique revers. All the checks
and plaids and pastels you ever
imagined are here, but we'll wager
you won't leave them long.
** *
"DID YOU EVER SEE A Dream
Walking?" Well I did and she was
coming out of the DIMATTI
BEAUTY SHOP! Just had a grand
new machine-less permanent, she
said. And she really was a walking
advertisement for their method of
giving permanents. Soft curls,
smooth waves, and sheen, all of
which is a definition of a really

"I aimed. I pulled the trigger. I hit him," said Tipton Cox, 17 year
old high school student, after Earl Durand, the Tarzan desperado, was
killed at Powell, Wyo. Cox is shown holding the rifle he used, standing
in the bank door where Durand was wounded. Bullet holes in the glass
were made by Durand and the shooting citizens of Powell.
Many Sugpplementary Courses
Listed For Summer Session
In addition to the regular six and gan representatives of text books.
eight week course being offered in the There are to be exhibits of children's
1939 Summer Session in the School books and old text books.
of Education several supplementary Non-Credit Study Program
features and curricula will be offered. The Reading Conference will be
Under the direction of Dr. J. B. non-credit study program placing the
Edmonson, dean of the education emphasis on newer methods and ma-
school, the Tenth Annual Summer terials of instruction as well as on the
diagnosis and treatment of reading
Education Conference will be held difficulties of pupils. Several na-
for one week beginning July 17. The tional known authorities on reading
conference,' which will be open with- problems will participate as lecturers
out charge to all who wish to visit and and discussion leaders.
attend any of the programs, is to be A cooperative secondary curriculum
integrated with the Third Annual directed by Cecil J. Parker will be
Reading Conference and the Book- isiue hssme o
Week Conference.istituted this summer to bring to-
gether a limited number of teachers
The Book Week conterence will be and administrators to work on prob-
a cooperative undertaking of the lems of improving instruction through
School of Education and the Michi- curriculum adjustment.The course

good permanent curl.
that but you may have
a new style fitted to
your face and desires.
Come spring, that is
just what you need to
pep up the forth-com-
ing male compliments!

Not only
.7!

You'll want your new wave before
you hop the train for spring vaca-
tion, so why not call and make
your appointment now?
SPRING VACATION IS UPON
US and soon we'll be "Shuffling
off to-all points on the compass."
There's a little traveling to be
done, there are Easter gifts to
be bought, so you'd best hie
yourself down to CALKINS-
FLETCHER's for a look
at their special Mary
Dunhill Beauty Kits. Just
for this special promotion
week 'they are yours for
a mere $3.50 instead of
the regular $5.00. And of
course with any $1 purchase you
get one of those free Dunhill lip-
sticks. It's a bargain and a beauty
not to be overlooked girls!
* * *
WHAT IS IT THE TRUE COED
DREAMS OF? Why in her fond-
est dreams she pictures herself
owning at .east half a dozen of
the little sport models KESSEL'S'
CAMPUS SHOP is fea- :,
turing. Listen to the A
colors and# you will know ?
the why and wherefore:
Spray blue, chartreuse,
powder rose, pilgrim blue,
lemon yellow. They are { t
the softest light flannel,
and fitted and tailored up r
to even the college girls'
wishes. For a little vari-
ety there are the checked
tops that team up with
the plain colored skitrs. Necklines
are smartly collar-less or like the
traditional shirt-waist type. A
braided cow-hide belt -completes
them and we'd like to say "Wrap
me up a half-a-dozen."

Crogluim Trip
Record Printed
For First Time
Journal Is Founti Aiong
General Gage's Papers
In Clements Library
The previously unrecorded trip of
George Croghan, famous frontiers-
man and Indian agent of pre-revolu-
tionary days, from New York to De-
troit in 1767 has been published re-
cently by Clements Library.
All other journals of Croghan's
famous trips into the West to .repre-
sent the British in business deals
with the Indians had already been
published, and the present. journey
was unknown until officials' of the,
Library unearthed it in the papers of
General Thomas Gage.
Croghan's journey to Detroit in
1767 was threefold in purpose. He
intended to investigate rumored In-
dian troubles, to hold a military in-
quiry into the affairs of Jehu Hay,
then Commissary of Indian Affairs at
Detroit, and to remove from his com-
mand at Fort Michilimackinac, Ma-
jor Robert Rogers, hero of the recent
novel, "Northwest Passage."
Hillel Forum Hears
Rabbi Lesser Today
Rabbi Charles B. Lesser of Temple
Beth-Israel, Jackson, will speak at
the weekly Hillel forum at 7:30 p.m.
today in the-Foundation. His topic
will be "Today's Challenge to the
Jew."
Rabbi Lesser, whose achievements
in the fields of education and ora-
tion have won him numerous awards,
came to his pulpit in Jackson in
1937 from a similar position in Corsi-.
cana, Texas.
He is director of rehabilitation work
in the Jackson prison, lecturer on
Jewish religion at Albion College, a
member of the editorial staff of the
Jackson Citizen-Patriot and execu-
tive secretary of the Michigan Asso-
ciation of Jewish Youth. Publica-
tion of his book, "A Jewish View of
Jesus," is pending.
Voice Machine Explained
Here By Dr. J. 0. Perrine
The construction of a "voice ma-

will be offered with the cooperation
of Michigan State College, Wayne
University and the four state teach-
ers colleges.
To Develop Plans
The course will be directed toward
an actual development of plans and
materials for real school situations
by the individuals and groups par-
ticipating. It will be a six-week
course requiring the full time of stu-
dents enrolled in it.
In addition to the formal courses
to be offered, extra-curricular activi-
ties providing opportunities to meet
fellow students and members of the
faculty will be featured. Along with
education clubs and similar groups
provision is made for public lectures,
concerts, excursions, dramatic enter-
tainments and social gatherings.
SOMETHING
NEW!
WATCH
FOR IT
I -_T
A Greeting
,Card
Reminder
BIRITHDAYS
*'WEDDINGS
CONVALESCENCE
EASTER
* ANNIVERSARIES
MOTHER'S DAY
FATHER'S DAY
CONGRATULATORY
GREETING CARDS
For All Occasions-
at ...
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$5 FORA LETTER

Throughout the state the voters are arising in protest
against a challenge to the University's non-partisan status.
We have received so many letters that we wish to show
our appreciation to those who have written and who are
intending to write. Therefore we are offering five dollars
for the best letter on the subject,
"Why I Object To The Election of
Harry Kipke to the Board of Regents"
A second prize of $2. and a third prize of $1. will be pre-.

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