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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

This subject will be discussed by Mr
H. L. Pickerill, director of student.
work at the Church of Christ, Dis-
ciples. Opportunity for questions an
disagreement will follow. The us-
ual friendship hour at the close.
First Church of Chrit, Scientist,
409 So. Division St., Sunday morning
service at 10:30. Subject: "Christ
Jesus.", Golden text: Colossians 3:
16, 17. Sunday School at 11:45.
First Presbyterian Church, 1432
Washtenaw Ave. 10:45 a.m., Morn-
ing worship service. "Can A Man
Rob God?" is the subject upon which
Dr. W. P. Lemon will preach.
6 p.m., The Westminster Guild,
student group, supper and fellowship
hour. At the meeting which will
follow the group will divide into sec-
tions to consider the following topics:
Personality Adjustment; Group Wor-
shp; Community Responsibility; Ra-
cial Relations, and The Evolution of
Religion.
8 p.m., The Sunday Evening Club
will meet in the Lewis Parlor.
Stalker Hall. 9:45 a.m. Student
Class. Dr. E. W. Blakeman will lead
the discussion on "The "Christian
Emphasis of John." 6 p.m. Wesleyan
Guild meeting at the church. This
will be the first meeting in a series
of discussion groups under the theme:
"The Church in Conflict Areas."
These groups will be on the subjects
of: "Cooperatives," "Peace," "Labor,"
and "The Church and the Student."
Fellowship hour and -supper follow-
ing the meeting.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Sun-
day: 8 a.m. Holy Communion; 9 a.m.
Breakfast and Study Group for Stu-
dents, Harris Hall; 9:30 a.m. Junior
Church; 11 a.m. Kindergarten; 11
a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon by
the Rev. F. W. Leech; 7 p.m. Student
Meeting, Harris Hall, discussion of
Sheen lecture.
Trinity Lutheran Church: Worship
services at 10:30 Sunday with ser-
mon by Henry O. Yoder on "The
King in His Victory." The first of a
series of Lenten Sermons on "The
King of Kings and The Lord of
Lords."
Wednesday evening Lenten Devo-
tions at 7:30 with sermons "Follow-
ers of Jesus Christ, Their Marks."
Zion Lutheran Church-Worship
services at 10:30 with sermon by the
Rev. Ernest C. Stellhour. German
Lenten Service Wednesday at 7:30
and English Lenten -Services on
Thursday at 7:30.
Unitarian Church: 11 a.m. Mr. Mar-
ley will speak on "Probating the Will
of Charles Lounsbury."
7 p.m. Moving Pictures on "Stu-
dent Work Camps" and comments
by students who attended under
supervision of Friends Service Com-
mittee.
8 p.m. Unity Hall Forum: Leon M.
Birkhead of Kansas City,mchairman
of Friends of Democracy will speak
and answer question on "The Nazi
Threat to America."
The Lutheran Student Club will
meet 'at Zion Parish House at 5:30
p.m. Sunday for supper and social
hour. Prof. Paul Kauper will speak
at the discussion hour at 6:45 on
"Law and Morals."
Ann Arbor Friends will meet for
worship at 5 p.m. on Sunday at the
Michigan League. All those in-
terested are invited to attend.
FirstdCongregational Church. Rev.
Leonard A. Parr.
10:45 a m. Morning Worship, Dr.
Parr will preach on: "The, Mirror of
Christ's Mind." I "His Idea of Re-
ligion."
6 p.m. Student fellowship will be
held. Supper following which Dr.
Parr will give an illustrated lecture

"In the Footstepsof the Master" with
slides from the Holy Land.
8:15 p.m. A Union Lenten service
sponsored by the Ann Arbor Minis-
terial Association. The student In-
ter-Guild Council will cooperate in
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God, Dorms And Anti-Semitism Packers Sign Brennan Chicago Gets Cranefield
The Green Bay Packers of the Na- Prof. Eleancr Gotz Cranefield of
Spuestions tional Professional Football League the Institute of Health and Social
announced yesterday the signing of Science will be a member of the sum-
(Continued from Page 1) I asked one of my professors what Jack Brennan, '39Ed, for three years ier quarter faculty of the University
-a~~o thhe was doing in the Armory and he a guard on the footbal team. The of Chicago.
even up the score we cannot say. glared at me. Packers placed first in the Western Professor Cranefield will present a
Certainly, he will be in a position to William Feldman, '42, asks: "How Section of the League last fall. course on Social Case Work
cause no small amount of uneasiness can any of the other SRA speakers
to the central figures in last year's support the existence of God after
l'affaire Kipke. Bertrand Russell's convincing argu-
Irving Zeiger, '41, asks: "Assuming ment?"
complete isolation for the U.S. is im- THE ANSWER: Assuming that
possible, what should our stand be Bertrand Russell's presentation of
in regard to Euro- - 18th and 19th cen-
pean affairs?" t u r y arguments
THE ANSWER,: were convincing,
As a nation that < which we might . "
values democracy 'Y 4 ,say is a lot of as-
and all it stands sumption, we still THE GREAT WALTZ is the theme, WITH MICROSCOPIC LENSES
for, we must real- do not think that
ize that to wait ntheothernSR A girls; % time is the tempo - and your skin by token of these bliz-
until our immedi- speakers will be its great swirling flounces which zards ought to look like a kinder-
ate selves are menaced by totalitar- greatly perturbed by his arguments. swing and sway -cracked, chapped, dry; and. if
ianism is dangerous. Isolation being This is perhaps a little unfair since most prettily. you've been ed, with at
impossible, it follows that we are in we heard Father Sheen Friday and Spring formals flu'go kin sdie o t a
constant contact, through trade and know that he did not even consider - are out in their flu-bug your skl is dried out and
commerce, with the rest of the world.inneedsopnealTc glory and at the
Russell's points. This is simply to say KESlo ELSan aM- ols ALtheLTHE a
If we think democracy worth salvag- that each of the SRA speakers, argu- KESSELSuCAM- ostheansr.
ing; we must be willing to wage an ing from different points of view PUS SHOP you $.size forw$1. A ssy's
active battle in its behalf. (battle, in- will present different arguments. The find some beau- Double Vitan1 Cream.
cidentally, is not synonymous with validity of the arguments will be a ties sure to glori- PDoulrVytamr'dream.
matter of personal acceptance. fy the wise co-ed. Pticularly foiseni-
ei ~J . /4tive skins th 's is enriched
Elaine Goldstein, '40, asks: "Should Prof. Richard Fuller of the sociol- Grand Illusion by Vitamins A and D, This
there be a greater personal relation- ogy department asks: "Do you think m i ght b e fine emollient is what you
ship betweennro-emollienani-Sewitismoo
i et npo-anti-Semitismis increasing on this name of a certain want if you are coveting that
fessor a nd stu- . .... . ? white net for it
would make any smooth, silky complexion in defi-
dents? THE ANSWER: It is difficult to d kance of that erratic Weather Man!
THE ANSWER: x say whether it is increasing or not. girl a vision .. .
Despite progress- a Certainly, we must agree that much # Innumerable
ive educator's cries of it exists here. What has happened, Yards of billowing net and a min- DOLLARS TO DOUGHNUTS you
that closer contact however, is that it has become more iature waistline created by ribbon have bought or are buying a new
is necessary, we outwardly evident. We think it a bows and bands. Black marquisette sprmg bonnet and now is the exact
should not assume serious matter not because of the pos- with white felt medallions ought time to try a new hair-do to com-
that increasing this relationship is sible inconveniences to Jewish stu- to sound sympathetic chords in the plement it. And you might even
the hidden secret for greater academ- dents but more because of what this striking girl's mind. Lovely is the decide to get your
ic success. Why, only the other day, anti-Semitism stands for word for a pink net reminiscent spring permanent
of June Moons - Pardon the ec-"s now at the VOGUE
stacies but these really call for BEAUTY SHOP be-
Sum ~er Session A ,ain Uffers special exclamations!fore there is a gen-
eral scramble for
Course In Renaissance Studies WE'VE GOT THE BLUES AGAIN heardaboutte
-not Monday blue but Navy blues. Zotos permanent's famous Guard-
You'll have them too this spring. ian Eyes, lights that signal when
A Graduate Conference on Renais- series are Dean McKeon of the Uni- Smarter, prettier, more delicate your wave has reached perfection.
sance Studies including work in Eng- versity of Chicago who will spak on lingerie trims, to top it all off. If you've never had one of Vogue's
lish, economics, languages, fine arts, Renaissance Philosophy, Dr. Kristol- Navy, you know, has permanents you really can look
history, mathematics, political science ler, a German scholar teaching at all the famed smart- forward to a permanent that gives
and philosophy as well as supple- Yale this semester who will talk on ness of black and in- you everything You want -- and
mentary lectures by professors in the Florentine Platonists and Tucker finitely more becom- that's real satisfaction!
other universities and many outside Brooke of Yale whose topic will be ingness. Every girl * * *
activities will again be offered for Queen Elizabeth. finds navies to suit THE DRAMATIC AND VIVID
this year's Summer Session. The Library of the University is her type - tailored, MURALS which decorate the out-
Among the outside activities planned well equipped to supply the needs of trim pleats in shirt side of the New York World's Fair
are museum trips to visit collections students of the Renaissance. Col- waists, crisp, spank- buildings have been translated in-
of Renaissance Arts in Detroit and lections in English literature of the ing - white pique to eleven colors, which you will
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scholars from outside the University. drama. There are also fine collections and dress ensemble with palest types you will need
Among those who will talk in this on English history and that of the bon bon pink lingerie lace. The for every occasion
Low Countries during the Renais- lucky girl in that will call up from dawn to dark.
the service. The choir of the First sance. The William L. Clements Li- visions of sugar and spice 'n' (you These eleven colors'-
Methodist Church directed by Mr. brary of American History includes know the rest). Navy stripes, even are na'med after the painters of
Achilles Taliaferro will furnish the a valuable collection of books and tiny Diamond Jim dog studs on the murals and we invite you to
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given.the Western Hemisphereatin your favorit campus styles.

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