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City Churches
List Programs
For Weekend
'Priestley' To Be Subject
Of Marley's Sermon;,
Prof. Weaver To Talk
With Palm Sunday almost here



The N
the yea
It was
when m(
dents sw

and just two weeks remaining in the
Lenten period, Ann Arbor churches
are carrying full programs today
and throughout the week.
Rev. H. P. Marley will address
the Unitarian congregation today on,
"Joseph Priestley-Chemistry and
Life," the story of the dissenting
minister who experimented with
gases and discovered oxygen.
At the Unitarian student meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m. the problem of "La-
bor in War-time" will be covered,
with J. F. Chapman as discussion
leader. Mrs. Ruth Hughes was sent
from the Student Union to the Con-
ference for Democracy in Education
this /weekend at Harvard University.
"Reality" will be the theme of the
10:30 a.m. service at the First Church
of Ch1rist, Scientist.
"Responsibility" Is Topic
Sermon topic selected by Dr. Char-
les W. Brashaares of the First Meth-
odist Church is "Responsibility."
Prior to the morning worship, Dr.
George E. Carrothers of the Depart-
ment of Education will conduct the
fifth of his second semester series
of student -classes.
Wesleyan's four discussion groups
on marital relations, social reform,
community in conflict and world in
conflict will hear more authoritiesj
on these subjects. today. These in- i

came m
and hea
oner, Pr
Ivan C.
and me
high sci
Greek M
noon bu
who atte
the big
being t
ple yes

ton Plays'Big Time' Host- Senior, Grad
Cokes, Jokes Provide Full Day' Scholarships
y WL SWIL SAP y Elizabeth Appel, whose cheeks were Announced
sichigan Union really played just like that. She's from North-
1e" yesterday, handling and western High School in Detroit. andj
one of its largest crowds of is coming- here next year because Applicaions For Awards
r. she's interested in advertising. "The I. .
an all-day affair that began Michigan boys have been awfully nice I
ore than 300 high school stu- to me, but I'm goigseadyit c By April 1
armed in at 10 a.m. for Uni- know." We didn't know, but we can- I
Day. Right on their heels understand why. The following graduate scholar-
nore than 500 engineering y ships and fellowship are available
who lunched in the ballroom Greek Week speaker, Dean Fred- toichins and gradu
rd Gov. Murray D. Van Wag- rekeekekOSpae, e peddto.Miheaonsinios an gaduaestu
resident Ruthven and Dean erick Stecker of Ohio State, stepped dents. The eonditions of each are to
Crawford. Private parties out of a Hanel discussion for a be met by April 1.
etings, special lunch for the moment at the coke bar. "They A fellowship at Chicago Theologi-
hool students, coke bars and a y gls e sid SI wish cal Seminary which supplies $500 for
Week panels kept the after- -theywould come to Ohio State.". the year, is to be given. The appli-
sy-almost too busy for thejI cants should present their creden-
to find time to re-set the In the midst of all the day's ac- tials to the Counselor in Religious
for 500 fraternity initiates tivity workmen were busy in the first Education. From these applicants,!
ended the IFC's formal pledge floor Union lounge installing illumin- one will be selected to represent
ated glass cabinets which soon will Michigan who will then compete with
ig Union Manager Frank C. be the "final resting place" of origipal representatives of other Big Ten
1 admitted it was "one of scores and manuscripts of some of Schools. Four Michigan graduates
ger days" but claimed it was Michigan's famous songs. They are won this holarship in the last
aken in stride. Dining room the gifts of Mrs. M. M. Root, who ran ten years:
s handled almost 4,500 peo- the University Music House here for The Mi r: Kraus Ramsdell Fel-
terday. Six hundred engi- many years. lowship x 'm0aunts to approxi-
500 pledges, 300 high school -mately $600. Appicants should go to
s, 350 in the main dining the Dean of fth Graduate School.
200 in special parties and E afl k One applicatiis selected each year,

try's f
the ge
up tea

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Aiton To Lecture in Costa Rica
agnie s one of e coun- Three honors were conferred bn
oremost authorities on South Prof. Arthur S. Aiton of the history
a, Professor P. E. James of department this week.
ography department will take V Professor Aiton was appointed
cphig diepatmenHritakdeUnthrough the Department of Cultural
aching duties at Harvard Uni- Relations of the State Department to
during the six-week summer deliver a course of public lectures on
given there, it was announced United States history at the Univer-
lay. sity of Costa Rica at San Jose. Ac-
am hd d cording to present plans, he will leave

M'es Will tmotrurt At 11"rlifirds


a course in elementary geography and
a more specialized course entitled

alter the Summer Session and return
late in October. While in Costa Rica
he will also travel throughout the

"Geography of South America" in country giving lectures to civic
the period between July 7 to August groups.
15k Afterwards, he will return to Dr. John Studenbaker, director of
the Department of Education, ap-
resume his duties at the University pointed Professor Aiton to serve on
for the fall term. the National eGneral Committee on
Meanwhile, he is booked for an ex= Latin American Relations. -Profes-
tensive lecture program which will sor Aiton will serve on the board
takhim to various parts of thewhich is designed to expand cultural
take ht relations of Pan-American nations.
United States. On May 2 and 3

Professor James will present the an-
nual report of the Committee of
Geographic Research at the meetings
of the National Research Council in
Washington, D.C.
On May 16 ProfessorJ m. *Pwll

He was also the recipient of the

2,500 tap-room customers kept I who may make his own selection of l t* beforul ai sso-
Union chefs cooking all day. Addrtssbsort a eraduate inPopuaton ecuie"-
cec i l aAe s ciation of America, in Washington,
The Biical 8eninary in New York. D.C., on the subject, "Population of
At the high school coke bar--with rPThis schoiar;Lizpays $500. Only per- Latin America." This speech will be
glsacing- wsith girls andcouple ~sons in the uper 25 per cent of the based on studies being carried out for
shagging-it was high school all the gipi.Ceetastepstfv er npplto
way. The funny part of it was that University , i pply. Credentials the past five years on population
you couldn't tell the Union staff Ohio State's Dean Frederick Steck- :ho1d be pr, seited to the Counselor distribution.
gigolos from the high school boys. er, a man who has been associated indreligiousondcation;xLikewise, an June 24 in New Lon-
One of the prettiest girls there was with fraternities as a member, a uni- Presbyterian Theological Seminary don, Conn., Professor James will de-
versity dean and as an alumnus, in Chicago. Four scholarships are to liver the opening address of the In-
told 500 newly initiated fraternity be awarded to members of the in- stitute of Latin American Affairsi on
'DeanAlum ni - men last night that Greek Letter so- coming class of this seminary. Those the general topic, "Population of
cietiesmust take stock of themselves j competing will bc required to com- Latin America." However, he will
" amrIa~irn ~ innrn t.nrc~.IT e ;t . __ c _ ap roach fthe nrnh~ bl afl.


to those
at Hone


and not let pLpiessionai' back-slap-
Honoredlpers" create for them an atmosphere
of false security.

elude Mrs. Byron Murphy of Ply-C Featured speaker of the IFC's
mouth, Michigan, and Mrs. Edward (Continued from Page 1) formal pledge banquet, Stecker called
Blakeman; Prof. Lowell J. Carr of the on the fraternities to adopt a self-
sociology department and head of engineering section of the Civil Aero- disciplining program of three "C's,"
the Michigan Child Guidance Insti- nautics Authority, Kerber, '18E, of the elements of good fraternalism.
tute; Prof. William H. Hobbs of the Washington, D.C., is a member of the "Be Curious about your fratern-
geology department, who will be aided engineering staff at the Lockheed ity," he said, "understand it and
by Alex Barbour and Jack Zeller, Aircraft Corp. Neff, who graduated ' learn of.other people's attitude-that
education counselor and secretary, from Michigan in 1890, is now in of the faculty, independents and your
respectively, of CIO Local 7, Detroit, charge of the New York office of the parents. Be Critical, by that I mean
p.nd Hervie Haufler, '41, managing 'Brown and Sharpe Mfg. Co. His to adopt a self-criticizing attitude,
editor of The Michigan Daily; and home is in Upper Montclair, N.J. examine yourselves, realize that you
Dr. Edward Blakeman, student re- Consulting engineer for many con- have a purpose. And above all, be
ligious counselor, with the help of struction concerns is Paine, '11E, of; Creative. You are to be builders of
Harold Gray, manager of the Saline Chicago, Ill., who is the inventor of character and scholarship."
Valley Cooperative Farms, emphasiz- lift-bridge types and three speed Speaking on the dormitory influ-
ing the Malvern Conference. transmission. ence on fraternities he implored the
Summarization of the groups';.Newly appointed Professor of Pub -en o eriie he impor the
Sumariaton f te rous'lie Health, Vaughan. was until this men to' examine the why's of the Uni-
findings will be offered to the Foun- versity's building program before
dation April 6 by Howard Parr, '41, year Commissioner of Health in De- they criticize it.
Byron Hatch, '42, Hervie Haufler and troit. He graduated from Michigan in The scholarship cup, awarded an-
Jean Westerman, '42, respectively. 1912 and has since 1922 been a spec- nually to the pledge class with thej
sal lecturer in Public Health Admin- highest scholastic average, was
Students Take Office istration. In 1925 he was president of awarded to the initiates of Acacia.[
Installation of officers will open the American Public Health Associa- Dick Spath, '44E, accepted the cup
the program of the Student Fellow-I tion. which was presented by Dean Jo-
ship at 7 p.m. today at the First } seph Bursley.
Congregational Church. Following s-h Bs ----ly-
this, Prof. Bennett Weaver of the De- Strike Board- ' VpQ-
partment of English, will lead a dis-M AR I LYN S
cussion of "Friendship with God."
New officers of the Fellowship in- elttySsrDesp;tu
clude Ray Steiner, president; Ruth
Wile, 43N, vice pesident d a (Continued from Page 1)
cabinet composed of Robert 'Craig, - --- _ - - - p"f 'I
'44, Norton Norris, '43, Kiyoshi Kane- ment Workers Organizing Committee
shiro, Grad., Kenneth Anstutz and telegraphed W. H. Davis, vice-chair-
James Fredrickson, '44. man of the Defense Mediation Board,
Ann Arbor Society of Friends will at Washington that the union would
hear Perry Hayden of Tecumseh, meet Sunday to consider a board re-
Michigan, describe the civilian work quest that production be resumed in 7""
that conscientious objectors are do- International Harvester plants pend-
ing in place of military service, at ing negotiations. Davis wired back
6 p.m. today in Lane Hall. that the Board was authorized by the
The Bethlehem Evangelical Church management to say that if the em-'f
will welcome its new members at the ployees vent back to work there
worship service at 10:30 a.m. todayl would be "no discrimination against
Reverend Schmale's sermon will deal strikers." The union seeks, among
with "Truth And Life." other things, wage ad.iustments. ;n I£, '

plete elam-inirLons in three of the
following fields: English Literature,
History. Phikooy, Greek, Psychol-
ogy, Economics, Sociology, and Eng-
lish Bible. These examinations will
be conducted between April 24 and
May 1.
Students anticipating entering the
Christian Ministry should confer with
either the Director of the Student
Religious Association or the Counse-
lor in Religious Education before
April 1.

I p-unGi proum mrom a 1
ferent standpoint: that of laying the
groundwork for an understanding
of Latin American problems.

Oriental GIFT Shop
300B S. State

FincI iss In. Junior
(Ase Club Chosen
Four finalists in the Junior Case
Club trials wovre announced yesterday.
They are Lon H. Harringer, David
G. Laing, appellants, and Jack H.
Shuler and Seymour J. Spelman, re-
They will argue at the Founders'
Day trials, April 25, and wil act as
Case Club judges for the next year.
William Butler was chosen as an


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