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Rmnors of an impending German thrust through Alsace were heard
in Switzerland as German strength was massed with such strategy that
an attack via Istein, the Rhineland "Gibraltar," across Alsace between
Mulhouse and the Swiss fiontier was considered probable. Meanwhile,
French sources said French guns dominated the six German industrial
cities underlined on this Associated Press map. Around those cities
French troops were widening flanking movements in efforts to make
Cost Provides Chief O bject ion
To County Health Board-Prakken
'Highways' Will Be Topic
For Freshman Mixer
Of SigmaRho Tau
Prof. Roger L. M orrson of the
highway engineering department will
speak on "Highways" at the fresh-
man mixer of Sigma Rho Tau, heji-
orary engineering speech society, at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Professor Morrison acted as direc-
tor of the Michigan State highway
laboratories from 1924-27 and has
been in the University since 1924.
He was a member of the Ann Arbor
city council for two years, chairman
of the department of highway trans-
portation economics of the National
Research Council and vice-president
of the National Highway Traffic
Association. Locally, he belongs to
the Engineers Club, the Engineering
Society of Detroit, Sigma Xi and
Sigma Rho Tau.
Charles Forbes, '40E, will present
a sleight-of-hand program before
the refreshments and general mixer.
More than 400 freshman were at-
tracted to the freshman assembly of
the organization last Wednesday to
hear Dean Henry C. Anderson of the
engineering college speak on the
"Value of Public Speaking To En-'
gineers." Prof. F. N Menefee of the
engineering mechanics department,)
Harry C. Fischer, '40E, Newton Ha-
gar, '40E, and Prof. Robert D. Brac-
kett of the engineering English de-
partment also spoke.
Committeechairmen recently ap-
pointed are Charles Heinen, '41E,
publicity; John K. Mills, '40E, fin-'c
ance; Charles Forbes, '40E, program;
Harry Fischer, '40E, intercollegiate;
Newton Hagar, 40E, reception;
Charles Forbes, '40E, refreshments;
and Newton Hagar, '40E, member-
Circle chairmen or men in charge
of training groups are: John Hame-
lef, '42E, Frank Collins, '42E, Mal-
colm Bulmer, '42E, Gordon H. Gi-
rod, '42E, Dean Woodbury, '42E,
Norman C. Taylor, '42E, Milton Pet-
erman, '42E, Charles Forbes, '40E,
Howard Fox, '42E, Wade Flaherty,
'40E, Joe Anton, '40E, George W.
Weesner, '40E, Rexford Burnham,
'40E, Burr French, '42E, Harry W.
Reed, '40E, Andrew Faste, '40, and
John A. Bauman, '40E.
Medical Society, in which he said,
"Now it is up to each member of the
medical profession of this county to
give his individual support to this
movement. This can be done by
contacting or writing the Supervisor
of your ward or 'township, in order
that he may be convinced of the al-
,truistic aims of this project.
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onstrations of American Social Cus-
toms will be presented at the Inter-
national Center. These occasions af-
ford newcomers from countries in
which social customs differ from ours
the opportunity of having some of
the questions discussed which are
puzzling them as to how Americans
are expected to act in certain social
situations and why.
Hillel Foundation is organizing a
choir. All those interested in trying
out for it may call the Foundation
or the chairman of the Music Com-
mittee, William Simon-phone 7236.
The Peace Commission of the
American Student Union will hold a
meeting on Tuesday, October 10, Pt
8:00 p.m. at the Michigan Union.
First Baptist Church: 512 East Hu-
ron. Sunday services:
10:45, Morning Worship.
12:00-Student Round Table.
Discussion, "What About the Bible."
6:15, Roger Williams Guild in the
Guild House, 503 East Huron St.
8:0:,-Inter-Guild Rally at Lydia.
Prof. Edwin Aubrey of Chicago
Divinity School speaks on "The
Church and the Social Crisis."
First Congregational Church: StateI
and William Streets.
10:45 a.m. Public Worship. Profes-
sor Preston W. Slosson will speak on
"Science and Religion Allied Against
6 p.m. Student Fellowship Supper.
7 p.m. Address by Professor Ben-II
nett Weaver, "Students in Quest of a
Religion That Works."
First Presbyterian Church, 1432
10:45 a.m., "A Free Man's Judg-
ment" will be- the subject of Dr. W. Washington Sts. Morning woeship
P. Lemon's sermon at the Morning service at 10:40 o'clock. Dr. C. W.
5:30W .m.,Westminster Guild, sturv.Brashares will preach on "Ocean and
dent group, will meet for a supper and Waves.
fellowship hour. At the 6:45 meet-
ing there will be a devotional service Stalker Hall. Student class at 0:45
led by George Wills, after which the a.m. at Stalker Hall. Mr. Lawrence
group will hear Dr. Habib Kurani, of Vredevoogd will lead the discussion on
the American University at Beirut, "The Christian Honor Code."
Syria, speak on "Syrian Youth and Wesleyan Guild meeting at 6 p.m.
Religion." at the church. Supper and fellow-
8 p.m., The Sunday Evening Club, ship hour will begin at 6 p.m. and
will meet in the Lewis-Vance par- I the meeting will begin at 6:45 p.m.
lors. Prof. Preston Slosson will speak on
"Europe Takes the Plunge." We will
St. Andrew's Episcop. Church, Sun- close in time to attend the Inter-
day: 8 a.m. Holy Communion; 11 a.m. Guild meeting.
Kindergarten, Harris Hall; 11 a.m.
Junior Church; 11 a.m. Morning Student Evangelical Chapel meet-
Prayer and Sermon by the Rev. Henry ing: All students interested in evan-
Lewis; 5:45 p.m. Student meeting, gelical Christianity are invited to a
HarrisHall. Buffet supper, 15 cents.
Meeting adjourns 7:45 p.m. to the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre to hear
:Dr. Edwin E. Aubrey on "The Church
and the Social Crisis." Sponsored by
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-
Day Saints: Sunday School and dis-
cussion group 9:30 a.m. Chapel. Wom-
Unitarian Church: Corner of State
and Huron Streets. 11 a.m. morning
service. Rev. H. P. Marley will speak
on the subject, "These Things Are
7:30 p.m. The Liberal Students'
Union will meet in the Library of the
Church. There will be a discussion
of the topic: "Looking Forward To
Peace," led by a, member of the fac-
First Church of Christ, Scientist:
409 S. Division St.
Sunday morning services at 10:30.
Subject, "Are Sin, Disease, and
Golden Text: Psalms 103; 2, 3.
Sunday School at 11:45.
worship service in the Grand Rapids
Room at the Michigan League on
Sunday morning at 10:30. Dr. G.
Goris will speak on "Dynamic Rest."
There will also be an evening wor-
ship at 7:30 in the Michigan League
Chapel; Dr. Goris' sermon topic for
this service will be "Abiding Values."
Trinity Lutheran Church, William
and Fifth Streets 10:30 a.m. Church
services. Sermon by Rev. H. 0.
Zion Lutheran Church, Fifth =td
Washington Streets. 10:30 a.m.
Church services. Sermon by Rev. E.
Disciples Guild, Church of Christ:
10:45 a.m., Morning Worship.
6:30 p.m., Professor Mentor Wil-
liams will speak on "Basic Conflicts
Behind the Present World War." A
discussion will follow the address.
7:30 p.m., Social hour and refresh-
8:00 p.m., Protestant rally at Lydia
Hillel Foundation: Reform Ser-
vices will be held at the Foundation
at 11:00 a.m. Dr. Isaac Rabinowitz
will deliver the sermon on "Sigmunin
Freud and Moses".
First Methodist Church, State
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Catholics Aid Refugees By RICHARD HARMEL
The Unitarian Church will continue The people of Washtenaw County'
its policy of discussing controver- should inform their supervisors,
sial issues. The Rev. Harold P. Mar- meeting Tuesday in Ann Arbor, that
ley will speak on, "Why I Like Amer- favorable action must be taken on
ica," Oct. 15. War has been the the proposal establishing a countyj
theme of recent meetings of the Lib- ( health department, Lawrence W.
eral Students' Union held at Unity Prakken, '30, editor of "Education
Hall. Digest" said in a recent interview.c
A collection to aid Polish refugees The cost of such a county health
will be taken today at all Catholic department is the chief objection of
churches in the archdiocese of De- the Board of Supervisors, Mr. Prak-
troit, including St. Mary's church ken explained.
here. At the first general meeting A total of $25,000 to $30,000 per
of the Newman Club, Catholic stu- year would provide a fair budget fora
dents' organization, the Rev. Father a health department for Washtenaw
Urbin Nagel of Washington, D.C., will County. Merely organizing such a
present his views on world affairs and lepartment would mean a grant of
religion. $7,500 from the state.
The program of the Hobart Guild Michigan is compelled by law to
of St. Andrew's Episcopal'Church is give any county health department
at present an examination of the $3,000 annually. From Social Se-
bases and traditions of Christian re- curity Funds allocated to Michiga~n
ligion to see if they are valid or are by the federal government, a possible
merely hang-overs and to determine grant of $4,500 can be had This
if they apply to present problems-- amount is the county's share of the
war included. Social Security Fund, but it cannot
obtain this money until it has a mod-
Polish Refugees Aided ern health unit.
WASHINGTON,, Oct. 7.-A')-The The rest of the money, Mr. Prakken
Polish National Alliance, a fraternal hoped, would come from funds divert-
organization of Americans of Polish ed by the Board of Supervisors. In
descent, contributed $150,000 today this way there would be no additional
to the Red Cross for relief of the tax burden on the people.
Polish population in the war zone. The city of Ann Arbor might ob-
ject to a county health department,
Mr. Prakken pointed out, because of
the inadvisability of combining city
and county organizations. This has
been done in the past, with little in-
convenience. Administratively speak-
ing, a county health department is su-
perior because it would prevent dupli-
cation of personnel and mean a lower
budget With the city government,
however, Mr. Prakken added, would
rest the final decision as to the com-
To illustrate the support of the very'
men who are best qualifi'd to know
the county's need for a health de-
partment, Mr. Prakken quoted a let-
ter from Dr. John W. Kemper, presi-
den't of the Washtenaw County
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