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November 12, 1938 - Image 6

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Officers Meet At Convention Here

Student Flyers
To Hold Meet

Injured In Blast On German Ship


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The University of Michigan Flying
Club will hold a flying meet at 3 p.m.
tomorrow at the Ann Arbor Airport,
Pres. Edward Martin, '41, announced.
The club has a membership of over
30 students but only about 15 of the
more experienced flyers will be eli-i
gible to compete. The airmen will
perforni-in two Aeroncas and a Ham-I
mond bi-plane.
The first event on the program is
a contest in paper cutting. A roll
of paper is released from the plane
and the pilot must cut the descend-
ing streamer in three part with his
A bomb dropping contest is also
scheduled. In this, sacks of lime arej
dropped from an altitude of 500 feetl
at a 15-foot circular target. The finall
competition of the afternoon will be
"spot" landing a plane after cutting
th mnn Pt 50ff fPt

Soldiers Learn Medicine
Military medical training is now
given to 100 University students in
the School of Medicine by a newly
Grganized unit of the R.O.T.C. under
the direction of Col. Leon A. Fox. The
training covers a period of four weeks
in college and six weeks in summer
streets. 11 a.m. "Bulls in the Peace
Market." Armistice address by H. P.
7:30 p.m., "Medicine, the State and
the People." Discussion by Dr. Theo
Zbinden of Toledo.
9 p.m., Coffee Hour.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
409 S. Division St.
Sunday morning service at 10:30.
Subject: "Mortals and Immortals."
Golden Text: II Corinthians 5:17.
Sunday School at 11:45.
Hillel Foundation: 11 a.m., Council
meeting. 6 p.m. Cost supper. 8 p.m.,
Forum. Dr. Isaac Rabinowitz, "Re-
form Judaism and Jewish Youth
Lutheran Student Club will be
guests of the Congregational Stu-
dent Club at their Parish house,
corner of State and Williams St..
Sunday at 6 p.m. All Lutheran Stu-
dents please be present.
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unemuer b uu -e One of four crew members injured in the myt~yerius xioson on
Those wishing to attend may call the Hamburg-American Line's steamer Vancouver in the Oakland,
the airport and transportation will be Calif., estuary was Ivan Maranovsky, of Hamburg, fourth assistant_
arranged. After the meet, rides will'engineer, whose hand was crushed by the blast. He is shown as he was
be available for those interested in led from the vessel to ryeeive medical treatment ashore.
joining the club. - - - -- --- - - - - -- - --_- --- - --_-_-_-_-_
Illed widely in Europe and Asia in re- Arkhangelsky, Organ Postlude "Al- student meeting Sunday night will be
cent years. # legro Maestoso" by Elgar. a, Supper-Business Meeting at 6:15
__nyer_.5:30 p.m., The Westminster Guild, in Harris Hall. Cost 15 cents. The
First Methodist Church. Morning student group, will meet for a sup- meeting will adjourn at 7:15 in order
FrtMtoitCuc.Mr ig ;hat the students may attend the In-
worship service at 10:40 o'clock. Dr.' per and fellowship hour and then go terGuild meeting at the Congrega-
C. W. Brashares will preach on "The to hear Dr. Howard Thurman speak tional Church at 7:30. Howard Thur-
Tasks of Jesus." The choir will sing on "Peace" at the Congregational man, Negro Educator wlil be the
the Russian Spiritual "My God andIChurch at 7:30.1a

-Daily Photo by Sheeline
Shown above, from left to right, are Dr. Clement A. Smith, vice-
president and president-elect; Dr. D. Murray Cowie, secretary and
professor of pediatrics; and Dr. Damon Walthall, retiring president, 'at
the seventeenth annual meeting of the University Pediatric and Infect-
ious, Disease Society.

Henschel. Achilles Taliaferro is
choir di'ector and organist.
Stalker Hats. Student Class at 9:451
Pubsication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of thealkertud sssatn9:45
tUaivertty. copy received at the office of the Asiatait to the President a.m. The subject for discussion will
"anti 3.30. 11:00 am. on Saturday be "Confucianism." Prof, Carl Rufus
and Utah Tsao, Grad., of China, will
(Continued from Page 4)e the Lutheran at sup- lad the discussion.
Ientrtan GildWesleyan Guild at 6 p.m. We will
per. Following an informal social
terested in the musical activities of hour they will unite in an Inter- have fellowship hour and supper, and
the. Foundation., including musicales, Guild meeting to be held in the at 7:15 go in a group to the Congre-
a choir, and a string trio. Church Auditorium at 7:30. Dr. gational Church to the Inter-Guild
Howard Thurman will speak and his meeting at which Dean Howard
Churches subject will be "Peace?" Thurman of Howard University will
First Baptist Church and Roger
Williams Guild. 'Sunday, 10:45, Dr. Disciples Guild (Church of Christ)
John Mason Wells will preach on - 10:45 a.m., Morning worship, Rev. First Presbyterian Church, 1432
"'the River of Life." Church School :Frederick Cowin, Minister. Washtenaw Ave.
meets in the church at 9:30. The' 12 noon, Students' Bible Class, H. 10:45 a.m., ",The Quest for Reality"
University students class meets at L. Pickerill, leader. is the subject of Dr. W. P. Lemon's
the Guild House at 9:45. 6:30 p.m., Social hour and tea at sermon at the Morning Worship
At 7:30 p.m. the Roger 'WilliamstheG dd I Service. The student choir directed
Guild will join other church Guilds y Guild House, 438 Maynard St. Palmer Christian take part in the
in the special Armistie Day pro-ru 7:30 p.m.. The Guild will go in a service. The musical numbers will
gram at the Congregational Church. group to the Congregational Church include: Organ Prelude, "Andante ex-
Prof. Howard Thurman of Washing- for the Inter-Guild peace rally. The pressivo" by Elgar; Anthem, "Rejoice
ton, D.C:, will give the address on speaker will be Dr. Howard Thurman in the Lord Always" by Purcell, An-
"Peace" of Howard University who has trav- them, "Now the Poets of Heaven" by


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