SUNDAY, OCT. 9, 1938 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Several Visiting Speakers
In Ann Arbor Churches
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a.m. at the Church of Christ (Dis-
ciples) by Rev. Frederick Cowin. Stu-
dent Bible class will be held at noon.
A social hour and tea at 5:30 p.m.
will be followed at 6:30 p.m. by a dis-
University students will have class
at the Guild house of the First Baptist
Even The British Are Adopting The Famous Fascist Arm-Waving
Church under the leadership of Dr.
Howard R. Chapman. The Rev. Hugh
W. Stewart, pastor of the Baptist
Church of Stratford, Ontario, will be
the guest preacher. His theme will
be: "Hidden Sources of Joy." The
Roger William Guild will meet at the
Guild house at 6 p.m.
"The Way of the Christ," will be
the topic of Dr. Charles W. Brashares'
sermon at the First Methodist Epis-
copal Church at 10,40 a.m. The choir
will be under the direction of Achilles
The First Church of Christ, Scien-
tist, will employ as the text of its ser-
mon, "Are Sin, Disease and Death
Those undenominational people will
find their needs filled at the Grace
Bible Fellowship led by Harold J. De
Vries. Morning services will be held
at 11 o'clock and evening services will
be held at 7:30 p.m. The theme of
the evening service will be "The
Priesthood of the Believer in -Old
Testament Type." The Grace, Bible
Britons borrow Fascist salute to hail Premier Chamberlain whose picture hangs in a London shop. The arm salute, ironically, belongs to the dictator-
ships, Italy and Germany, with whom the democracies, France and England, bargained at Munich.
Fellowship will be host to the regular
monthly rally of. the southern Michi-
gan fundamental fellowship Monday
afternoon and night. A full program
is offered Monday with two speakers
scheduled to speak at 3:30 p.m. and
4:30 p.m. The Rev. Jay J. Pease of
Jackson and Rev. Titcombe of the
Sudan Interior mission will speak at
3:30 p.m. Mr. Pease has been broad-
casting over the local radio station
WIBM of Jackson for eight years and
is known to be a live-wire preacher.
Dr. John E. Zoller of Detroit will ad-
dress a group at 4:30 p.m.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is con structive notice to all members of the
University. Copy rec 1ved at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:00 a.mn. ft Saturday.
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The Silver Theatre
The Laugh Liner
The People's Platform
Ford Sunday Evening Hour
The Hermit's Cave
Henry King's Orchestra
Frank Dailey's Orchestra
C C. Bradner
Fitch Band Wagon
American Album of Familiar Music
News and Music
What Price Loyalty?
Show Of The Week
Dick Barrie's Orchestra
Bach Cantata Series
Say It With Words
Old Fashioned Revival
The Goodwill Hour
The Canadian Club Reporter
Jerry Blanes Orchestra
Bob Crosby's Orchestra
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Diehl, Dean of Medical Sciences,j
University of Minnesota, will lecture
on the subject "Significance of the
Student Health Movement" at 4:15
p.m., Friday, Oct. 14, in the Rackham
Lecture Hall. The public is cordially
invited. His lecture forms part of
the program for the observance of the
25th Anniversary of the Health Serv-
ice of this University.
American Chemical Society Lecture:
Dr. William Krumbhaar, of Reichold
Chemicals, Inc., Detroit, will speak on,
"Formation and Destruction of a
Paint Film," at 4:15 p.m., Wednesday,I
Oct. 12, in the Chemistry Amphithe-
Freshman Round Table: Professor
Howard McClusky will speak on "The
Development of Desirable Personality'
Traits" at the Freshman Round Table,
Lane Hall, 4 p.m. today. All fresh-
men are welcome at the Round Table'
be held today in the Union at 6 p.m.
j The Graduate Outing Club will meet
at the northwest corner of the Rack-
ham Building at 3 o'clock this af-
ternoon. The group will leave prompt-
ly for Peach Mountain where there
will be hiking and a wiener roast.
The group will return at about 7 p.m.
The Christian Student Prayer
Group will hold its regular meeting
at 5 p.m. this afternoon in the Michi-
gan League. Please consult the bul-
letin board for the room.
From Monday to Saturday at 7:30
p.m. special messages will be given
for students by Doctors Zoller of De-
troit and Pease of Jackson at the Ma-
sonic Temple, 327 S. 4th Ave. Stu-
dents are urged to take advantage of
For Information - Call MISS JONES of 2-3241
CALOT, Fez, Pill box, Shako,
Halo--Here's the new line-up for
the day of the big game. The new-
est in brilliant angora toppers.
If you'll match your angora socks
and mitts with these bright hats
you will star at the game; snug and
warm you'll be too, 'cause for foot-
ball games they're God's gift to
chilly women. JACOBSON'S HAT
SHOP has them of imported an-
gora in a kaleidoscope of beautiful
shades: .Kelly, Spice rust, Royal,
Orange, Flame, and the always
IF YOU'VE DATES on your
mind (and I don't mean the
kind you find between the covers
of a history tome) you had best
concentrate on the perfect dating
frocks . DILLON'S are featuring.
exclusive Franklin's of which you
won't see ahother one. Moire has
the spotlight at the moment, 'a
honey of a blue, and a very sleek
black with the new double skirt.
Velvet dirndls in all the jewel tones
-ask about a certain plum shade.
If you're the type for black you
can pick the queen of the collec-
tion for your own. Black crepe
trimmed in silk astrakan.
PLAID SKIRTS,-plain skirts,
pleated skirts.-Join the clan of
smartly clad-college girls - out-
fiting down at KESSEL'S ARCADE
SHOP. Kick pleats, swirls, and
tucked skirts whichenever lose the
band-box look. Here's the place
to snap up angora sweaters in all
the smoky fall shades. Come to
Kessel's for your major course in
VICTORIAN ELEGANCE PLUS
1938 ingenuity! Here's a scoop!
The sum total of formal smart-
ness has just arrived at the POL-
HEMUS HAT SHOP. No, not a
fancy feather for your hair but a
wristlet in the shape of a Victorian
bouquet. Peeking underneath you
discover that a zipper slides open
and you've a hiding place for com-
pact, hanky and mad money. It's
the final addition to your high
curls 'n hoops to complete the
"southern belle illusion." Ant won't
the boys with B. P. (bulging pock-
ets) stand up and cheer for you.
"Wristlet"-that's a hot-off-the-
PICK 'N PAIR-Mix 'n Wear!
Select your own sweaters, jackets
and skirts-contrast or match the
colors-top them off with a perky
"Knobby," the newest suede hat to
match your suede jumpers, and by
simple addition and subtraction
you can step forth each day a
new you. St. Julian wool, imported
from the southernmost tip of the
Argentine, makes' your Bradley
knit costume soft, wrinkle-proof,
sag-proof and light as a cobweb.
COLLINS' have all the shades and
styles. A limetless wardrobe from
a limited budget.
IF YOU'VE A WEATHER EYE
out on the signs of coming brisk
weather, you will stampede right
down to SARAH ROGERS on
South University for smart mit-
tens-angora ones like fluffy kit-
tens,-but in shades so bright your
hands would hardly need the soft
warmth of the wool. Kelly green,
fireman red, royal blue, and the
perfect shade for polo coat owners
-a lovely taffy color. In case
you do your cheering for Michigan
on the quiet side-you can sport
your loyalty with the "M" mittens.
Yellow or navy with contrasting
TONY SARG takes the prize
again for bringing comedy into
table linens. Blockprint linens il-
lustrated by that known personal-
ity. GAGE'S have the hand-printed
luncheon sets that you might well
take note of now if you've a gift
list in mind. Unusual styles aren't
always to be found for the asking.
There is always a new trick in
hanky or scarf for the college girl'
with accessory ideas.
SWAMPFIRE, PIMENTO, Reg-
ency, Burgundy, those are shades
in nail polish that bear looking
into for they are Peggy Sage's
latest contribution to finger-tip
splendor. There is Vintage for
your Crushad-grape outfit and
Hacienda, the perfect compliment
to black. And since CALKINS-
FLETCHER is looking for the lat-
est manicure aids here is the new-
est 3-in-1. Removes polish, pre-
vents cracking, and leaves a polish
base-the trick for smart-looking
6:00 Eduard Werner Orchestra
6:30 Boredom by Budd
7:00 PPopular Classics
7:30 Sunday Night at Seth Parkers
8:00 Spy at Large
8:30 Songs We Remember
9:00 Win Your Lady
9:30 Walter Winchell
10:00 Donald Novis Sings
11 :00 Press Bulletins
11:05-11 :30 Johnny Messner
11:30 Abe Lyman Orchestra
12:00 Maurie Baker's Orchestra
12 :30 Earl Hines Orchestra
Named For Local Jobs
Architects for five of the Univer-
sity building projects which have been
aided by PWA were named yesterday
by Prof. Lewis M. Gram, director of
plant extension. All are out-of-town
firms, and have done no previous ,work
for the University.
Triangles Will Hold First
Meeting Of Year Today
Triangles, junior honorary engi-
neering society, will hold its first
meeting at 7 p.m. today in Room 302
of the Union. Discussion of the pro-
posed amendment to the constitution
of the Engineering Council is sched-
The Lutheran Student Club will
meet at 5:30 p.m. today at Zion
Parish Hall for an informal meeting
and supper. The forum at 6:45 p.m.
will be conducted by Rev. Yoder and
Rev. Stellhorn. Pictures of the Na-
tional Lutheran Student Ashram will
be shown. All Lutheran students and
their friends are invited.
Mr. Ya-Kun Chang whose paintings
have been on exhibition during the
past week at the Horace H. Rack-
ham Building will speak at the In-
Eta Kappa Nu meeting tonight at
7 p.m. in the Union. Room to be
Vulcans: An important meeting willl
and we will
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