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Latvian Choir
Song Service
Is Announced
Prof. Christian To Direct
Two Special Choruses
In Vespers, March 27

Contributions Will Buy Medicine
And Food For Chinese Studentsj

Tenor To Sing
For Orchestra
Concert Here

Contributions of at least the price
of one meal on Starvation Day, Fri-
day, will do much to alleviate con-
ditions faced by thousands of Chinese
students, who have fled to the inter-
ior to continue their education, three

tramping for thousands of miles,1

Chinese students carried apparatus,'
valuable books from Eastern cities- Moussorgskys "Pictures at an Ex-
TKnuming, the terminus of the Burma hibition" wifeatrethe first Tni-

Road in the Southwest and to
Changhsa in the Northwest, the
Chinese students described.

Tentoal faosLatvian Chinese students pointed out in an v-nvriis mlaae
interview yesterday. Umversities Amalgamated
'singers and two special choirs under DdThe universities were then amalga-
the direction of Dr. Palmer Christian DB mated. Temples, public buildings,
of the Music School, will sing the associated universities of the South- bamboo huts and caves cut in the
Great Vespers March 27 in Hill Audi- west of flee China last summer; C. K. sides of mountains became the cen-
torium, under the auspices of the Tseng, Grad., who taught at Tsing- ters of learning of unoccupied China.
University s sr adritis n frrn Tao; and Jack Tao of Hankowpar- IX7~4-I, n 1 r. -


versity Symphony Orchestra concert
of the semester at 8:30 p.m. tomor-
row in Hill Auditorium.
The composition, originally a series
of pianoforte pieces, was arranged
especially for the Orchestra by Mar-
ion McArtor, an instructor in theory
at the School of Music, and will be
heard for the first time tomorrow.
"Pictures at an Exhibition" de-

Piano Recital
Will Be Given
Wheeler To Play Chopin
Compositions Today
Compositions by Beethoven, Cho-
pin and Franck will be played by
John Wheeler, '41SpecSM, in a piano
recital in partial fulfillment of his
Master of Music degree at 8:30 p.m.
today in the Lydia Mendelssohn The-
Wheeler will open his program with
"Sonata, Op. 26" by Beethoven which
will be followed by "Prelude, Chorale
and Fugue" by Franck':and Chopin's
"Impromptu in F sharp major,"
"Trois Nouvelles Etudes" and "Fan-
tasia in F minor, Op. 49."
Organist and director of music at
Augsburg Lutheran Church in To-
ledo, Wheeler is at present studying
piano under Prof. Joseph Brinkman
of the School of Music. He is a mem-
ber of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia of
America and the American Guild of
Tribune, Awards

Threatened Strike Deadline Extended
FLINT, Mich., March 8.--(A )- more time to effect a settlement.
Deadline for a strike threatened by The Union's 30-day notice of in-
the United Transport Workers Union tent to strike expires tonight. A wage
(CIO) against the Flint Trolley increase from 73 cents to 85 cents an
Coach Company has been extended hour for operators and two-week
until Wednesday to allow a special vacations with pay are sought by the
state labor mediation commission union.

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. tg~i1JV1luu al 1C11Ue5jNU1 amboo hutS for dormitories ; A uV , L A. .A1t1At u
ticipated in the gigantic migration of) bUt th h
program n universities which began in and classrooms, Chinese students are scribes a trip through an art gal-
ship service through the great Orth- 1937 with the Japanes invasion and given the equivalent of fifty centsd e composesreactionsto
odox music conceived by the St. occupation, a month for food. This provides about a -
Basil, a i fourth century eon, and tn.one meal a day for the average stu- Prof. Arthur Hackett, tenor, of the
translated by Austris A. Wthol of Chinese To Benefit dent. Thus, the majority of the stu- School of Music, will serve as guest
the Latvian Singers. The solo parts One-half of funds contributed to dent body is undernourished and'Soloist singing three selections by
usually taken by the priests and aco- the World Student Service Fund will lives only on a subsistence of starva- Dupare, Invitation au voyage,"e
lytes will be sung by members of the go to Chinese students who are en-tiondiet.de
famous chorus. deavoring to acquire knowledge and t diet.
faou cors.At Kunming students live in themnd"
The two choirs which will also ap- training to repulse the Japanese and center of one of the world's worst Under the direction of Prof. Thor
carry forward reconstruction ofJohnson of the School of Music, the
Thrae noedtwoycoirsrhich iaso ap-{Chiarr owr eontuto fmalarial areas, Laing cited. Recently, Orchestra will also play Schubert'S
fraternities. The Vespers will be ung C-ina. the dormitories of these were bombed Symphony No. 4 in C minor (Trag-
in anticipation of passion week. American funds will go far in by the Japanese, he 'said. ic)" and overture to the interlude
The Orthodox litany emphasizes China,' because the American dollar Laboratories are used in shifts from "The Secret of Suzanne" by Wolf-
the adoration of the Diety, medita- i .equal to 18 Chinese dollars, they dawn to midnight, Tseng, who has Ferrari.
tion. and the habit of listening to the 1 said. Food and medical supplies are taught at one of the colleges, point- Aside from his work at the Uni-
reading of the scripture and the re- sithe eatest need in Chinese Uni- ed out. Synthetic substitutes for gaso- versity, Professor Johnson has
cital of the , creed, Dr. Blakeman, i eline and candles have made possi- achieved national recognition as,
counselor in religious education, Fleeing in boats and buses or ble transportation light. Students conductor of the Grand Rapids Sym-
who is one of the sponsors of the - climb over 2,000 feet to obtain ice phony Orchestra and musical direc-
project, pointed out. for experiments since there is no ice tor of the annual Mozart Festival in
The Russian Litany has been adap- uuent K iC urch manufactured in free China. North Carolina, which he founded
ted for use in a program in which i City Evacuated in 1937.R
students may participate. The Uni- Grou s Fo011 w When air raid aarms sound, thew The Little Symphony Orchestra
versity choruses will take the parts populace evacuates the city and hides il present a recital at 4 p.m. today
of the penitents in the response, and; iin the Law Club, under the direction
accompany the Singers in the presen- Lenten Themse adre stes""di of Professor Johnson.,
tation of the symbolic banishing of aed phi ass systes ars
and the assistance of guest speakers laka od xii
earthly darkness, as the worshipers ,tsdakham Holds Exhibit'
apprachthe lta. GuldsAniiunc Varousthe entire populace is given educa-
approach the altar. l uils renounce Various tion while waiting for the all-clear A collection of ancient Chinese
The entire service will be sung in Discussions, Speeches signal. mirrors, along with the Neville col-
darkness but for candles on the altar Student supplies are very meager, lection of Ceramics and Bronzes from
Singinge wriu th compa ie the Reg _ar et s they said. For example, a professor Siam is being shown in the Rackham
Siguing without accompaniment, the had to wait two weeks to secure sev- Building. The exhibitions are open
pitch and tempo since the program will include a veof guest speah-rh eral sheets of paper to write to the to the public daily from nine to five
nariety speak- United States. p.m.
is a worship service and not a con- ers who will discuss current prob-
cert, Prof. Earl Moore of the Music lems at student religious-social meet-
School said. ings today,.j-UniversityPress Issues Books
At the First Baptist Church Profes-
England Hails Passage sor Mentor Williams will speak on O
B "Christian, Patriotism" for the Roger I On W ide V ariety Of Subjects
Of Lend-Lease Aid Bill Williams Guild in the Guild House
NEW YORK, March 8.--(AP)-The at 6:30 tonight. The morning ser- Songs of Michigan lumberjacks,
British radio tonight said Senate pas- mon at this church will be "Christ- Thomas DeQue's ther oer- s t pioublicaion oe s tyechibu
sage of the lease-lend bill "marks the ian Motivation." ature and a description of the In- nature are supported by special gift
beginning of the end for a dictator- The Westminstier ,Student Guild dians of the Western Great Lakes funds. For the past three years an
ship now plaguing this continent," of the First Presbyterian Church are among the varied themes of the anonymous "friend of the Press" has
and "may be the turning point in will continue its special series of Len- publications issued by the University presented an annual gift of $5,000.
the history of this war." i ten meetings of "The Life and Pas- Press, now in its 11th year of opera- Substantial financial aid has also
sion of Our Lord" in various realms tion. been given by the administrators of
of human life with a talk by Mrs. Directed by Dr. Frank E. Robbins, the Horace H. Rackhan Fund.
CLASSIFIED B. A. DeVere Bailey of Toledo. The managing editor, the University Press sales for 1939-40 totaled 4,081
group will meet for supper at 6 p.m., Press has sponsored since its formal items, and 3,373 items were distrib-
and the discussion will take place inception in 1930 the publication of ted chiefly to the University libra-
at 7. Dr. W. P. Lemon's sermon this a wide variety of scholarly research ries, indicating the extent of the ser-
morning is "The World Invisible." by faculty members. During that vice which the University Press ren-
The chief feature at the First time its most widely selling volume ders directly to the University.
TYPING -18 Methodist Church today will be the has been "Michigan Trees" by Char-
round table discussions on "Contemp- les H. Otis and George P. Burns,
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen, orary Conflicts." The groups will talk which is now in its 10th edition.
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or about "The World in Conflict," "The In 1939-40 the University Press
2-1416 14c Community in Conflict," "Social Cor- published a total of 12 books, 44
rection," and "Marital Relations." pamphlets and a series of periodicals,
woodT.14xMaynardd.t. .Ph n e y 689 At the First Congregational Church an output which places the Press
wood, 414 Maynard St. Phone 5689. the Student Fellowship discussion at near the top of the scholarly presses
27_ 7 p.m. will be led by Miss Florence in the country.
iIOLA STEIN-Experienced legal Pride. The topic is "Student Friend- Among the most recent publica-
typist, also mimeographing. Notary ships." tions of the University Press are
rathiif Phanp 6.:97 VIA nnflrlnndi-Xt~.p will hp te, "Experience and Substance" by Prof.

It's getting

wua rme r

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Will Go To ROTC
The annual federal inspection and
presentation of awards ceremonies of
the University ROTC in May will
again feature the Chicago Tribune
awards for outstanding student mili-
tary work, the military science de-
partment announced yesterday.
The Chicago Tribune will present
eight awards, four gold medals for
seniors outstanding in infantry, en-
gineering, ordnance and signal corps
work with the local unit. Four silver

And you all know what that nieans. Spring is coming-and
with spring goes a new wardrobe, the one you've been thinking
about all winter. If you'd like to see the new styles that Ann
Arbor merchants are handling


Watch for
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Spring Supplement


medals will be awarded to outstand-
ing juniors in the four fields of ROTC


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rroessor rc en w ai er w De er
speaker at the Lutheran Student As- DeWitt H. Parker of the philosophy
sociation Meeting in Zion Parish Hall department; the second volume of
at 5:30 p.m. Morning sermon at the Prof. William H. Hobbs' reports on
Zion Lutheran Church is "If the the Greenland Expeditions of the
World Hate You," and at the Trinity University, 1926-31; and 'New Mich-
Lutherant Church "The Tragedy of tigan Verse," edited by Prof. Carl E.
LujeteranChc h eTi'gdomofGdy oBurklund of the College of Engi-
Rejecting the Kingdom of God..
Rev. H. P. Marley of the Unitarian n gAll the strictly scholarly publica-
Church will present the first of his tions are financed by regular appro-
Lenten services at 11 a.m. on the anal-
ysis of the nature of the city.
Prof. Avard Fairbanks of the fine RIT A PORTABLE
arts department will speak on "Re- I TYPEWRITER
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