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THE MICUIGAN DAILY

P DB 1 tJ his church and guest speakers will ley will speak on "Evolution or De-
P races R Hl lt "TCu Ave the sermons anti addresses. The volution.'}
Srev. Walter E. Kutch of Holy Cross 9 p.m. Coffee Hour. Rev. W. P.
U ponCongress Are Po t e n Lia 1 Church, Detroit, will speak at 9:30 Lemon will lead a discussion, follow-
a,m. in German and at 10:45 a.m. in ing the address of Lloyd Douglas'in
the morning service on the Missionary Hill Auditorium, on the question of
Rail Head Says Wage Cut O m j etter Prayer: "Thy Kingdom Come." "The Clergy and Literature."
The Rev. Isadore Schwartz, Mis-
Forced By Inaction With three and one half miles of sionary Pastor of Emmanuel Hebrew Trinity Lutheran Church: Church
bomb-proof shelter nestling beneath Lutheran Mission in the city of Chi- worship services will be held at 10:30.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.- ()--A bm-rjfsetr etigseet ago will speak before the Student The hpastor, Uiest aps tdnsne lbat6pmRn eie h emnwl ei e v. eron r ivYleg,
the University campus, students need wilillpakbfreteStdn Thepastr, Rhev enry n"rvg
blunt-spoken railroad executive who have no fear of foreign invaders, if Club at 6 p.m. and deliver the sermon wdeiv Dt s"
rose from the ranks said today rail- , ver such a fear should become prev- . sal eei service d ein DutC h r
road imanagements decided upon a alent. o'clock. His sermon topic is "God Zion Lutheran Church Worship
15d cntagemesduci on a fail The potential bomb-proof shelters Guided Men." A group of ladies Services will be held at 10:30 with the
15 per cent wage reduction after fail- consist of a system of tunnels, large will serve a supper to the students at Rev. Ernest C. Stellhorr. pastor, de-
ii; teo obtain relief at the last session cough for a man to walk through, 5:30. All Lutheran students and their livering the sermon.
of Congress. containing 15 to 20 miles of pipes friends are cordially welcome to take Lutheran Student Association spon-
H. A. Enochs, chairman of the com- which bring heat and hot water to part in the day's program. sored ,b these two chturches will meet
mittee representing the major rail- University buildings and dormitories, at 5:30 in Zion Lutheran Parish Hall.
roads in negotiations with Labor, re- Th ntrlheting system located Unitarian Church: 11 a.m. Mr. Mar- Supper will be served at 6:00.

ted this in picturesque language to on Washington and Huron Streets,
resident Roosevelt's emergency fact- furnishes heat to approximately 100
riding board. buildings, according to Irving W.
The husky,dred-faced executive, who nmettner, maintenance inspector for
gan railroading as a baggage man, the Buildings and Grounds depart-
Id his story under questioning by ment.
ean James M. Landis of Harvard Before the boiler plants were used,
aw School, one of the three board each campus building contained wood
embers. burning stoves and it was the job of
"I want to know who were the men the janitor to get these heated upI
ho decid'ed this," Landis said. early in the morning, before the stu-
"There's no secret or myster# about dents arrived. The present power
" Enochs replied, adding that a house with its intricate tunnel sys-
oup of sub-executives met last tem was built,23 years ago. The build-
arch and decided wages should come ing was located in a hollow so that
wn 15 per cent. water returning from the steam radi-
i -ators would have a natural flow.
About 38,000 tons of coal are used
evr year for heating purposes, Mr.
do-op Adopts ~ a r be seddy b wt
__40-p Ado ts Tuettner said. At present, about 90
Personnel Plan the advent of cold weather, the rate
will go up to about 260 tons.
The tunnels range from about six to
ew System Will Offer ten feet in height and from five and
Stiidents Exerience onehalf to eight feet in width. Sev-
U[ S pereral pipes are suspended from. the
walls. Entrances are located in every
A new plan for choosing the pur- building but are barred by steel doors
asing agent, personnel manager, to prevent inquisitive students from
id treasurer of the Michigan Wol- getting into trouble. Several years
rine, students' cooperative cafeteria, ago, Mr. Truettner recalled, groups of
is been adopted by the executive high school students managed to get
ard to displace the comparatively into the tunnels. They were dis-
iphazard method by which these covered about eight hours later wan-
sitions have been filled in the past. dering around aimlessly in the maze
The system provides for a training of passageways searching for the en-l
urse by which candidates for posi- trance through which they had come. I

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The schedule of debates for Sigma er. Phone 8321, 839 Tappan. 1031
Rho Tau, engineering speech society, LOST and FOUND
was announced yesterday by Profgs-.
sor Robert D. Brackett, adviser. Argu- LOST-A Delta Kappa Epsilon fra-1
ing on the question, "Resolved, That ternity pin Saturday in vicinity of
government policy of developing na- Pretzel Bell. Call 2-2547. Reward.
tional water power sites is sound," 101
the society will meet Wayne Univers- --
.ty on Oct. 20, the University of De- LOST-Sigma Phi Epsilon pin at
troit on Nov. 15, University 'of Toledo League Saturday. Reward. Call
on Dec. 6, and The Detroit Technol- 2-3189 immediately. 114
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LOST-Will the person who picked
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LOST-Hamilton rist watch in'
(Continued from Page 4) Union washroom Friday. Reward.
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NOTICES
ENROLLMENT in Public Evening
School classes Monday evening, Oct.
10th. Classes ir. Shorthand, Typing,
Bookkeeping, English, Mathematics,
French, German, Spanish, Citizen-
ship, English for Foreigners, Art,
Public Speaking, Sports, Piano,
Sewing, First Aid, Home Nursing,
Photography, Woodwei"K, Drama-
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