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PAOE IX

THE MICHIGlAN DILY

SUNDAY , PEEMJIL Lw:, ; )4

Students Will Study Meditation
Episcopal students 'lave uklected T1 uc 'day', December 17. will deal
Advent 1940 as the time to clairi with 'What Is Neighborly Be-
something of the technique of miedi- , Tliusday's, Decern-
vation, from which many great mei r, * 9 i h WhatCdny, DoceNow
have derived their ability to act as h r 9, wit h "What Can I DoNo
leaders of the people, by means of and Continue To Do?" Thursday
a series of half-hour meditations night there will be an all-night vigil
every night this week except for men who wish to experience this
Wednesday, at 9 p.m. in the Bishop ancient worship discipline.
Williams Memorial Chapel at Harris Friday morning, December 20, at
Hall..7 a.m. as a culmination of this week
The topic of the first meditation of meditations, there will be a ser-
to be held on Monday, December 16, vice of Communion and a breakfast
will be "Who Is My Neighbor?"; for all Episcopal students.
Every Woman Likes 0
More T ABLE LINENS ,
"Give her a handsome tablecloth and napkin set
S_ -which will be sure to bring her compliments
) /. galore at her next dinner party.
c- Or a gay luncheon set will brighten up the
whole room anrd make the meal twice as enjoy-
able.
- Undoubtedly one of our unusual bridge sets n
would make her swell with pride. IJ
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Speech Society
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN oHldebate

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Events Toda
Varsity Glee Club: Rehear
afternoon at 4:30 sharp. Mus
will be given out to membe
deposit of $2.00. There will k
hearsal on Tuesday. Dec. 17
p.m.
Record Concert in the Lea
day at 6:30 p.m. Program:
Passacaglia and Fugue C
by Bach. (Stokowski and P
phia)..
Emperor Concerto by Be
(Schnabel.)
Symphony No. 5 by Szosti
(Stokowski and Philadelphia
Graduate Outing Club wi
today at 2:30 p.m. in R
School (use northwest re
trance). Short business meet
lowed by ice-skating at Colise
skiing. Supper in clubrooi
graduate students and facult
ed.

%)Th Rlle sPc~~erch Oli, il mo W, , c t, 1 ' 'mi Pla 1.! { i
ne sday, Dec. 18, at 8:U0 p.Im. in the tereely e ConiteCs
Y Amphitheatre of the Rackham Build-
sal this ing. The following papers will be Sigma Rho Tau, honorary engin-
sal hisread:-
ic folios eering speech society, will hold its
rs upon "Plant Hormones," by Prof. Felix first intercircle debate on the topic:
be a re- G. Gustafson. - "Resolved: That This House Favors
at 4:00 "The Origins of a National Net- A Rear Installation for Engines in
work of Railroads in France from 1942 Automobiles" at 7:30 p.m. Tues-
1833 to 1852." by Prof. Arthur L. day in the Union.
'he debate will consider the ad-
igue to- Dunham.
--~_ ~ amtages and disadvantages of plac-
Minor Economics Club will meet on Mon- latombltnin in the rar
'hiladel- day. Dec. 16, at 8:00 p.m. in Rack- rather than in the front of cars.
ham Amphitheatre. Professor Edgar mong the points which will be con-
ethoven. M.. Hoover, Jr., will speak on "Cen-; idered are safety, economy, appear-
" ~ance. speed and the reaction of the

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ackham
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traization and etense. G.raduate
students and staff members in Eco-
nomics and Business Administration┬▒
are cordially invited.!
German Table for Faculty Mem-
bers will meet Monday, Dec. 16. at
12:10 p.m. in the Founders' Room,
Michigan Union. Faculty membersj
interested in German conversation{
are cordially invited. There will be
a brief talk by Mr. Werner Striedieck
on "Heiteres aus der Wissenschaft."
The Seminar in Religious Music
will play records from the Messiah
at its regular meeting Monday, 4:15
p.m., Lane Hall.
The Institute of The Aeronautical
Sciences' trip to Selfridge Field and
The Warner Aircraft Plant will bej
postponed until after Christmas va-
cation due to the fact that permis-

public to such a change.
At the same time the "Stump
Speakers' Society" will hold its sec-
ond intercircle debate on "Resolved:
That the Government Should Manu-
facture Guns and Powder."
These intercircle debates are being
held this year entirely among mem-
bers of the local Sigma Rho Tau
chapter for the purpose of helping en-
gineers learn to present all sides of
various topics.
- Be A Goodfellow
New Magazine
Appears Today
SRA Will Introduce First
Issue Of 'C ontroversy'

An informal Carol Sing will be held
at Lane Hall tonight at 9:00 p.m. It
is suggestd that students bring
washable toys which can be given
to the Toy Libraries.
Avukah, student Zionist organiza-
tion, is sponsoring a technicolor
sound film produced in Palestine, en-
titled "Our Promised Land," in the
League tonight, Dec. 15, at 8:00
p.m. Tickets on sale at the League
desk, Lane Hall, and the Hillel Foun-
dation.
Art Cinema League: Tickets for
the new series are on sale at the
Union and Box Office of the League.
The first feature in this series is
'Charlie Chaplin in the Keystone
Comedies, which will be shown
tonight. ,The other films are Lon
Chaney in "The Unholy Three," John
Gilbert in "The Big Parade," and
Edward G. Robinson in "Little Caes-
ar." All are Sunday evening per-
formances at 8:15 and will be shown
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
The Michigan Christian Fellow-
ship will hold its regular meeting
today in the Fireplace Room of Lane
Hall at 4:30 p.m. Rev. Sudgen of
Jackson will give the last in a series
of four talks. All students interested
are invited.
Coming Events
Junior Mathematics Club will meet
Tuesday evening, December 17, at 8
o'clock, in 3201 A.H. Mr. Bernard
Larner and Mr. Leonard J. Tolmach
will speak on "Logical Systems in
Mathematics." All interested are in-
vited.
The Romance Languages Journal
Club will meet on Tuesday, Decem-
ber 17, at 4 15 p.m. in the West Con-
ference Room of the Rackham
Building. Professor Hayward Ken-
iston will discuss the qualities re-
quisite in a good doctor's thesis. The
program is of especial interest to
graduate students, and interested
persons from other departments are
cordially invited.

DO YOU KNOW ANYONE wI
wouldn't like an album of Strau
waltzes for Christmas? Then giv
them Tschaikowsky's Fifth. Rad
& Record Shop, 715 N. Universit
JEWELRY OF BETTER QUALIT
at Eiblers. Bracelets, necklace
brooches, compacts reasonab
priced. We will gladly help yo
308 South State.
OOKENDS, brief cases, fountai
pens, desk sets, book covers, bil
folds, desk calendars, playin
cards, etc. WAHR'S BOOK
STORES. {
JPST a small remembrance or
grand gesture! You'll find jus
the gift for "her" at the ELIZA
BETH' DILLON SHOP 'round t
corner on State.
A HINT TO THE WISE. Every dis
criminating man will enjoy a pa
of Bass Weejuns. There is nothin
finer. VAN BOVEN SHOE, INC
FLOWERS are the perfect gift f
all women. Add the personal touc
to your Xmas gift this year with
bouquet or corsage from UNIVER
SITY FLOWER SHOP, INC., 60
E. Liberty.
MEN'S TIES-Ann Arbor's best va.
ues in silks -rayons - and a
wool . . . 55c or 2 for $1.00. Can
ton-Degener, 609 E. William
Phone 4341.
GIFT BLOUSES-The popular gi:
this season; sheers in long an
short sleeves - white and paste
shades-Smartest Hosiery Shopp
Mich. Theatre Bldg-
GIFT HEADQUARTERS-Complel
stocks, perfumes, Kodaks, cosmel
ics, smoking supplies, men's to
letries, pen and pencil sets, leath
notebooks. Calkins-Fletcher, 32
South State.

ho BEAUTY IS as beauty does. Our
ss Christmas stocks represent the
ve finest and most practical in cloth-
ing and accessories. Come in soon
won't you? SAFFELL & BUSH,
y 310 S. State.
Y IF YOU CAN'T DECIDE, remember
es, music on records - a gift that's
ly lasting and in good taste. Albums
u. of records for $2.00 up. Radio &
Record Shop, 715 N. University.
in GIFT SUGGESTIONS from the
1- VARSITY FLOWER SHOP, 1119
og S. University. Candles, cards, gift
- wrappings, pottery, Xmas greens,
and cut flowers.
a HERE'S THE SOLUTION of your
st particular shopping problem - a
L gift chosen from our complete stack
he of study aid .office supplies anti
accessories. Ball & Thrasher. 205
South Forth Avenue.
it FOR GIFTS THAT PLEASE MEN--
g Choose from our selection of shirts
.r at $1.65, $2.00; gloves at $1.50 up,
_ and ties at $1.00. Kuohn's Clothes
or Shop, 122 E. Liberty.
a FOR SOMEONE you especially want
to please, we are showing our
16 finest stock of furs in years. Drop
S in soon, won't you? Marchande
Furs, 607 E. Liberty.
l- A NEW PIPE, jar of tobacco, or a
11 carton of cigarettes from our com-
e- plete tobacco counter is just rthe
m, thing for the man in your life -
SWIFT'S DRUG STORE. 340 S.
-- State.
ift
d GIVE a practical gift this year. Give
el house slippers, shoe trees, shoe bags,
e, shoe mittens, hosiery, rubbers, and
boots. CUSTOM BOOT and SHOE,
- 121 S. Main. Phone 3831.
ate
t- WE'LL BE PROUD to show you our
i- finest gift stock in years; pens,
er pencils, typewriters, desk-lamps -
24 any of them sure to make a hit.
MAYER-SCHAIRER, 112 S. Main.

sion to visit the Warner Plant has . First issue of the Student Relig-
not yet arrived from the War De- ious Association's quarterly "Contro-
partment. versy" will appear today, John Hus-
,"___ton, editor-in-chief announced.
The Institute of the Aeronautical Formerly called the "Religious For-
Sciences Memorial Lecture, com- um," the magazine printing faculty
memorating the Wright Bros. Flight, and student ethical, philosophical and
will be given by Mr. R. Belknap on religious opinion may be obtained at
Tuesday, Dec. 17, at 7:30 p.m. in ;Lane Hall, Huston announced.
Room 1042 E. Engr. Bldg. The title Paul Lim Yuen, Chinese engineer-
of the lecture is "Recent Fog In- ing student explains and evaluates
vestigations." The same lecture will the tenets of the Chinese philosopher
be given in New York and at all in his article, "Confuscius Say." A
branches of the Institute. definition of pacifism, its basis and
relation to the conscientious object-
Graduate Students: The Graduate or are presented in the feature story
Student Council is planning a gen- ?by Murray L. Deutsch, Grad.
eral program for those students re- . Edwin Bowers, '41, defines values
maining in Ann Arbor during the t
Xmas vacation. Program will in- 'phy while Martin Dworkis, Grad.,
Xmasvaction Prgramwil gives his personal views of religion.
elude classical music, dancing, bridge, John Williamsormer preien
and possibly a Christmas dinner. John u iltiams,bfirmer president of
All graduate students, faculty, and Alpha Nu contributes his analysis of
members of the staff are welcome to religion in the terms of the Beat-
participate. There will be a meet- udes. Goodrellows - Monday
ing of those interested on Satur-
day, Dec. 21, in the Men's Lounge of Slosson And inHy a
the Rackham Building during the
opera broadcast from 2-5 p.m. For ( ven Summer Posts
further information call Abe Rosen- ;
zweig at 2-1815. e

Be SatiSfied With A MICHIGAN DAILY ClaSSZZed

Alpha Lambda Delta: Initiation of
new members Tuesday, Dec. 17, at
4:00 p.m. in the League Chapel. All
active members call Lorraine Jud-
son or Gertrude Inwood before Mon-
day, Dec. 16, whether or not you can
come and make arrangements for
paying dues. There will be a tea

Pro. Pr eslto. losson willu go to
Columbia University for the summer
session and Prof. Albert Hyma will
teach at the University of Colorado,
at Boulder, Colorado next sunmmer, it
was announced by the history de-
partment.
A world-wide authority of world
history, Professor Slosson will con-
duct classes in recent European af-

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af terwards. fairs. Professor Hyma will specialize
in teaching medieval and Renais-
La Sociedad Hispanica will hold no sance.
regular meeting next week. Instead ---
"Alla en el Rancho Grande," a musi-
cal comedy, will be shown at the Lydia

For Marvelous
Movies Starting
Christmas Day
Cin6oda

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-fiction, mystery, biography, current affairs, poetry
classics, de luxe editions and others, including a most
complete stock of BOOKS FOR CH ILDREN.
LEATHER ZIPPER CASES BOOK ENDS
I-BR IE F CASES~ FOU NTA IN PENS
B ILLFOLDS DESK SETS
A ES
DIARIE CALEN DARS
TRAVEL CASES M ORBOK
MICH IGAN J EWEL RY
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STATIONERY by Crane,MCHGABLNES
Eaton, and Montag GUEST BOOKS
MICHiGAN SONG BOOKS GAMES FOR EVERYONE
ATLAS and GLOBES NOVELTI ES
Td1

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Yes, trinkets make nmce gifts
ut she hfon stockings in
their Christmas wrapping are
tops with every feminine
name on yor list. so o most
of your shopping at ouu
Rollins Hosiery counter.
3 PAIR BOX $2.88'

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