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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

35 Women Join
New All-Girl.
Concert Band
Conductor Revelli
Asks More Volunteer
Musicians to Play
Preparations for the new All-Girl
Concert Band moved into high gear
today with the announcement by
Prof. William Revelli that over 35 of
the fair sex have already signified
their intention to join the new orga-
nization.
Coupled with this announcement
was also a call for more musicians,
especially cornet, trombone, baritone,
tuba, and percussion players. On the
other hind, Prof. Revelli continued,
those gitls who have a musical back-'
All girls interested in becoming
members of Michigan's first All-
Girl Band are invited to attend the
first meeting without instruments
at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12, in Mor-
ris Hall.v
ground on such instruments as the
piano desiring to play in the organi-
zation, will be able to receive training
in wind instruments.
While an all-girl organization may
be something new, women are cer-
tainly no strangers to the University
Band, for at present they make-up
about one fourth, of it, numbering 23
strong. Miss Betty Corell, the Band's
trombone soloist for the past two
years, has been hailed by the-late Ar-
.ur Pryor as the finest woman trom-
nist in the country.
SPEECH CONTEST TO BEGIN
The elimination contest for the
second of a pair of Speech 31 contests
will be held at 4 p.m. Monday, in
Room 4203 Angell Hall, Student spea-
bers from approximately 17 sections
*f the course will participate. Mem-
bers of the speech department staff
will serve as judges.

AS IONFERENCEPENDS:Pis. roup
Health, Social Service Fields Here Jan.18
Show Urgent Need for Women for Conference

Assembly Ball
to Be Held at
League Tonight
Ticket Sale Is Near
Sellout; Door Prize
to Be $25 War Bond

Glee Club to Sing
With a program consisting exclu-
sively of American music, the Uni-
versity Women's Glee Club will be
heard at 10:15 a.m. today over WJR.
Emphasis will especially be given
to George Gershwin's compositions.
Among the selections will be "Sum-

over WJR Today
mertime", "The Man Z Love", "Hal-
lelujah", "My Buddy", and "Comim':
thru the Rye."
Next semester the Glee Club will
sing every Saturday for the Michigan
Council of Defense. Any eligible sec-
ond semester freshmen who are inter-
ested are invited to join.

The .tight Honorable Margaret ciation, all stressed that the shortage 300 Representatives
Bondfield, only woman to be a mem- of personnel, -the spirit of service and P
ber of th e British Cabinet; yesterday the necessity of increasing the fields Will Convene; Special
urged wowaen to respond to the great for post-war work as definitely as did Forums Are Planned
shortages ,now existing in social and the afternoon group.
health fiel' is. With the opportunity for military The Fourth Annual Michigan Pas-
Speaking before the women's occu- status in nearly every branch of the Thr' onf Anal to an Ar
pational coiiference which completed armed forces, overseas service can be tors' Conference, bringing to Ann Ar-
its last twoa sessions here yesterday, seen by women in the fields. Because bor 300 representatives from 15 dif-
Miss Bond ield together with Mr. of the war emergency, most recog- ferent religious bodies, will open Mon-
Robert Kels q, director of the Univer- nized schools in these fields have day, Jan. 18.
sity social 'tadministration institute accelerated to facilitate more imme- The conference featuring the theme
and Mr. W ter ,E. Elder, assistant diate assistance.
regional civil', service director of De- Promises Security "The Function of Religion in a Period
troit, stressed , the fact that the pres- Another advantage to both social of Transition" will bring to Ann Arbor
ent experience' -available for women and health professions in addition to for three days 75 outstanding speak-
in the hard-piressed social fields will the fact that salary inducements are ers, including professors, ministers
be invaluable a s well as essential in most satisfactory, is that security for and other religious leaders. Special
the post-war w"rld since the neces- the future is very certain.
sity for well-tr ained personnel in forums will be held on a number of
these fields will' be as important, ifltopics, including international, indus-
not. more so in the war to win the Cam Pus Blood trial, race and marital relations.
ptee.fPProf. Nels F. S. Ferre of Andover-
Stress Spirit of Survace -F lleNewton Seminary, Massachusetts, will
The evening speakiers: M'iss Gladys Ola I U point out in a series of four lectures
Hall, director in thel American dietet- the genius of Christianity as it is be-
ics association; Miss Helen King, 200 Register for ing interpreted in America. Students
physlio-therapist from Detroit; Miss are invited to attend this series which
Beatrice Wade, occupational thera- Donation Next Week will be given in the Lecture Hall of
pist of Ypsilanti Normal College and the Rackham Building.
Miss Emilie Sargent, executive direc- The necessary men to fill the Janu- The conference, sponsored by the
tor of the Detroit visiting nurseis asso- ary blood bank quota of 200 had reg- Michigan Council of Churches and
istered by late yesterday. Plans are Christian Education and the Exten-
ban tosion Service of the University, will
Free 'Ensians Offerrd now complete for the blood bank to have as an added feature an inter-
Cam pus Lens Artists be held Tuesday and Wednesday, ac- faith symposium, discussing religion
'__ cording to Warner Jennings, '45, of and post-war issues. Prof. Albert Hy-
Amateur photographers-in fact the blood committee. ma of -the history department, Rabbi
anyone who possesses pictufes o Registration of women did not meet B. Benedict Glazer of Detroit, Temple
campus life, or has ideas for new pho- expectations, and as a result the men Be El Congregation, ev. Huber
tos-can win a free Michiganenslan are carrying the largest proportion Congregational Church, and Prof.
by entering the informal photo con- of the current blood drive. Francis Donohue of the Department
test which opened this week. A complete Red Cross unit will be of Education, -University of Detroit,
Ten free 'Ensians will be awa rded on campus Tuesday and Wednesday will be the speaker of the symposium.
for the best pictures. In additi n a to take blood in the Women's Athletic e
dollar will be given for every pi ,ture Bsilding. JILT CALL ME 'BOB'
used. Appointment schedules ,are being PUEBLO, Colo.. Jan. 8.-P)-Bozo
Any sndpshot of University life- prepared from the registration lists
pillow fights, dances, coke dates, bull and individual donors will be in- Milesavolevich told the court he
sessions--may be submitted. The )'En- formed by postcard their exact time. wanted a simpler name.
sian staff needs a great deal of these Donors are cautioned to appear The judge granted the request.
to be part of the senior picturei sec- promptly for the appointments to His new name?
tion. facilitate all operations. Robert Milisavijevich.

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Ticket sale for Assembly Ball, to be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight today I
in the League Ballroom has already
reached almost 200% of last year's
mark, making the dance a near sell-
out. Ray Gorrell's band will play at
the Ball.
All net profits will go to the Bomb-
er-Scholarship fund, and a $25 war lPee l
bond door prize will be drawn for
at 10:30 p.m. War Boutonnieres are
still on sale at the League and may
be obtained by ball-goers for their
guests up to 9 p.m. Any telephone or-
ders will be taken by Gertrude In-
wood, '43, at Martha Cook.
Members of the central committee
and their guests are Beatrice Glass,
'43, with Alan Brandt, '44; Mary Jane
Utley, '43, with Cadet Glen Heggie,
'39E; Jean Bisdee, '44, with Walter
Furbush, '43E; Betsy Follin, '45, with Save your money so tia t I t w
Bob Hargrove, '45E; Ruth Edberg,
'45, with Gil Whitney, '46; Joan Sel-nw
mier, '45, with Fey Looman, '44; Joan not bercompeting withthe govern-
Kintzing, '45, with Jim Bagley, '45;
Marion Hrebek, '44, with Jim John- ent for essential war products.
son, '44E; Frances Sacks, '45, with
Jack Souder, '44; Florence Turin,
'44Ed, with Lawrence Kurtz; Doreen
Larmee, '44Ed, with George Hilde-
brandt, '43E; Catherine Call, '43, with
Bill Williams, '43, and Florine Wil-
kins, '45, with Jim McCrystal, '43L. Member Federal Reserve System
h M and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Membership Meeting
to Be Held Tomorrow
There will be a membership meet-
ing of Avukah, student Zionist orga-
nization, at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the & n h
Hillel Foundation.
Full reports of the activities of the
national convention in New York and 330 SoUTI- SAEu . . 101 SOU'rI MAIN
the midwest convention in Chicago
will be presented. There will be an

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(Continued from Page 2) Guinea, Solomon Islands, Africa,
England, etc. This particular #eries
violincello;. will give tliree concerts in will be; exhibited until January 16.
the- Third Annual Chamber Music First floor rotunda, University'Muse-
Festival rridgyevening and S&turday ums. Open daily 8-5; Sunday 2 to 5.
afternoon arnd -evering- January--22 The public is invited.#
and 23,.in the rmantLecture Hall- of
the Rackhaxn Building E ve sT d
Alec Templeton,'sensational Britisht
pianist, in a special concert at popu- Athena Literary Society: Ensian,
lar prices, Thursday evening, Feb.25, pictures will have to be retaken today
jn Dill1 Auditorium, at 1 o'clock in the League.
Golden Jubilee May Festival-six
concerts, May5, 6, 7 and 8.CE
Tickets at the offices of the Uni- C
versity Musical Society in Burton Varsity Glee Club picture will be
Memorial Tower. tamWR on Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at
-Charles A.,Sink,President Rentscliler's Studio. Full dress, blue
ribbons. Regular rehearsal to follow.
Exhbtins Avukah, the Student Zionist Fed-;
Exhibition, University Museums: eration, will hold a closed member-;
"Znimals on our Fighting Fronts-IL. ship meeting Sunday evening at 7:45
Uk'ds". Sixtyfye birds collected from at the Hillel Foundation. Election of,
*rious'countries which are now con- new officers to replace those leaving
sidered as war zones, such', as New for the Army will' take place. Also

complete reports of the conven
in New York and Chicago wi
heard. All members are urged t
tend.
Churches
Memorial Christiian Church (E
ples): 10:45 a.m., Morning wor
Rev. Frederick Cowin, Minister.
p.m., Qud Sunday EveningI
President Alexander G. Ruthven
speak informally to a joint me
of the Congregational and Di
students at the Congregati
Church on some phase of reli
education. A social hour with ref
ments will follow the program.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Chu
8:00 a.m., Holy Communion;]
a.m;, Morning Prayer and Sermo
the Rev. Henry Lewis, D.D.;3
a.m., Junior Church; 5:00 p.m.,
phany Light Service with mus
the Men and Boys Choir; 6:00

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is Opportunity Month at Zwerdling's

election of officers to replace Bill
Schumer, president, and Paul Mish-
kin, vice-president..
LLETIN
tions H-Square Club Supper, Page Hall;
ill be 7:30 p.m., Canterbury Club for Epis-
o at- copal students, Harris Hall. Speaker:
The Rev. Henry Yoder of Trinity
Lutheran Church. Topic: "Changing
Ann Arbor Challenges the Church".
Disci- First Baptist Church: 10:00 a.m.:
rship, Roger Williams Class will begin a
7:00 study of the synoptic gospels, meet-
Hourn ing at the Guild House, 502 E. Huron LUTHERAN STUDENT ASS
n will St. The Graduate class will continue
eting its discussion of immortality, meeting Sponsored jointly by the Zio
sciple at the church. 11:00 a.m.:.Sermon: Lutheran Churches.
onal "Are You Afraid?", the Rev. C. H. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
gious Loucks. 7:00 p.m.: Roger Williams E. Washington and S. Fifth
resh- Guild evening meeting at the. Guild 10:30 A.M. Church Worship S
IIouse. Mrs. Orcutt will review D. R. "About My Father's Business
Sharpe's recent biography of Walter Christiansen.
Rauschenbush .
rch- TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURC
11:00 E. William St. and S. Fifth1
nby First Presbyterian Church: Univer-103AM.Cuc Wosi
on biy udnBbeCasat:3am 10:30 A.M. Church Worship S
11:00 sity Student Bible Class at 9:30 a.m. "Fatherhood and Sonship,"
Epi- Morning Worship-10:45, "Yourself Yoder.
i Ep Incorporated" subject of the sermon YUTER.
ic by D.W .Lmn etise LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSN.
pm by Dr. W.. P. Lemon. Westminster Parish Hall, 309 E. Washingt
p'm' Student Guild-Supper and fellow-
ship hour at 6:00 p.m. followed by a 5:30 P.M. Social and fellowshp
continuation of the discussion on "A 6:00 P.M. Supper with progra
Just and Durable Peace. EveryoneSTADE SEPCO L
welcome. ST ANDREWS EPISCOPAL
Church: 306 N. Division St.
First Methodist Church and Wesley Harris Hall: State and Hu
Foundation: Morning Worship at The Rev. Henry Lewis, D.D.,
10:40 o'clock. Dr. C. W. Brashares The Rev. John G. Dahl, Cur
will preach on "In Spite Of." Wes- George Faxon, Organist and
leyan Guild meeting at 6:00 p.m. Prof. 8:00 A.M.: Holy Communion.
Leroy Waterman will speak on "Bud- 11:00 A.M.: Junior Church.
dhism." Fellowship hour and supper Lewis.
following the meeting. 5:00 P.M.: Epiphany Light S
Men & Boys Choir).
Lutheran Student Chapel: Sunday 6:00 P.M.: H-Square Club Su
at 11:00 a.m., Divine Service in the FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTt
Michigan League Chapel. Sermon by (at Harris Hall)
the -Rev, Alfred Scheips, "What Our 7:30 P.M. (Sunday): Canterbu
Redemption Cost". Sunday . at 3:00 er: The Rev. Henry Yoder.
p.m. Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student ing Ann Arbor Challenges th
Club, Ice Skating Party. Meet at Lane Student Teas: Tuesday and Fri
Hall. Supper will be served at St. Evening Prayer: Tuesday, 5:15
Paul's Church at 6:00 p.m., Holy Communion: Wednesday8
a.m. Chapel.
First Church of Christ, Scientist: Intercessions: Friday, 12:10 p.r
Sunday morning service at 10:30, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHI
subject: "Sacrament". Sunday School
at 11:45 a.m. Washtenaw Avenue
Free public Reading Room at 106 Ministers: ,William P. Lemon,]
E. Washington St. open every day Willard V. Lampe
except Sundays and holidays from Mark W. Bills, Director of M
11:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.; Saturdays Franklin Mitchell, Organist
until 9:00 p.m. 9:30 A.M.: Church School. C C
University Student Bible Cl
First Congregational Church: 9:30- 10:45 A.M.: Morning Worship.
10:30, Church School Departments Lemon, "'ourself Incorpora
10:45 A.M.: Nursery during the]
will meet. 10:45, Morning Worship. Worship.
Dr. L. A. Parr will speak on the sub- 6:00 P.M.: Tuxis Society will
ject, "Your Aim in Life?" 7:00, Joint the missionary study book,"
meeting of the Congregational Stu- Caribbean," by Charles Han
dent Fellowship and the Disciples Shirley Mattern and Elane T
Guild in the Congregational Assem- tha Raiford will lead the de
bly room. President Ruthven will 6:00 P.M.: Westminster Stud
speak on "Religion and Education", and fellowship hour followe
n tion of the study of "A Ju
Peace," at 7 p.m.
Unitarian Church: Sunday, 11:00
a.m., Services resumed with Rev. Ed-
ward H. Redman, formerly of Vir-
ginia, Minnesota, as minister. He will
speak on "Setting Sights". 8:00 p.m.,
Liberal Students Union. Discussion of

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)n and Trinity
Ave.
ervice. Sermon:
," by Rev. Elmer
3H
Ave.
Service. Sermon:
by Rev. H. 0.
., Zion Lutheran
ton.
p hour.
am following.
CHURCH
iron Sts.
Rector
ate
Choirmaster.
id Sermon by Dr.
ervice (music by
upper, Page Hall.
is
ury Club. Speak-
Topic: "Chang-
he Church."
day, 4:00 p.m.
p.m. Chapel.
& Thursday, 7:30
m. Chapel.
URCH
D.D.,.
dusic
asses for all ages.
;lass.
Sermon by Dr.
ted."
hour of Morning
have reports on
"The Rim of the
nson, Joe Goetz,
Thompson. Mar-
votionals.
ent Guild supper
d by a continua-
ust and Durable

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division St.
Wednesday evening service at 7:30.
Subject: "Sacrament."
Subject: "God."
Sunday School at 11:45.
Free public Reading Room at 106 E. Washington
St., open every day except Sundays and holi-
days from 11:30 A.M. until 5 P.M., Saturdays
until 9 P.M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
512 East Huron St.
Rev. C. H. Loucks, Minister
Mrs. Geil Orcutt, Associate Student Counselor
10:00 A.M.: Roger Williams Class will begin a
study of the synoptic gospels, meeting at the
Guild House, 502 ~. Huron.
The Graduate cla s will continue its discus-
sion of immortalit , meeting at the Church.
11:00 A.M.: The Church at Worship.
Sermon: "Are You Afraid?"
7:00 P.M.: Roger Williams Guild evening meet-
ing at the Guild House. Mrs. Orcutt will re-
view D. R. Sharpe's recent biography of
Walter Rauschenbush.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
120 South State St.
Ministers: Charles W. Brashares and Ralph G.
Dunlop.
Music: Hardin Van Deursen, director.
Mary McCall Stubbins, organist.
10:40 A.M.: Church School for Nursery, Begin-
ners, and Primary Departments where young
children may be left during worship service.
10:40 A.M.: Worship Service. Dr. Brashares'
subject is "Living in Spite of."
6:00 P.M.: Wesleyan Guild Meeting for Univer-
sity Students. Prof. Leroy Waterman, s3eak-
er. Fellowship hour and supper.
7:00 P.M.: Newlyweds Discussion Group meets
in Parlors. Bible discussion led by Rev. Ralph
G. Dunlop.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
State and William Streets
Minister: Rev. Leonard A. Parr, D.D.
9:30 A.M. and 10:30 A.M. Church Schools.
10:45 A.M.: Morning Worship. Dr. Parr's sub-
ject will be "Your Aim In Life?"
5:15 P.M.: Ariston League: "Visiting Speaker,
Mr. Cuthbert.
7:00 P.M.: Joint meeting of the Congregational
Student Fellowship and the Disciples Guild
in the Congregational Assembly room. Presi-
dent Ruthven will be the speaker of the eve-
ning giving an informal talk on "Religion
and Education." Social hour and refresh-
ments following.

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