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(Continued from Page 4) The Graduate Class will meet in the
Fluoroscopic Studies on Medical Stu-
Tea will be served at 4:00 o'clock in
Room 3502. All Interested are cordially
11:00 am.: Sermon: What Do You
Think?", by Rev. C. H. Loucks.
:00 p.m.: The regular meeting of the
Roger Williams Guild will be held In the
Guild House. Robert Lowrie will review
Stanley Jones' book: "Is the Kingdom of
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church- 8:00 First Church of Chrit, Seatjt:
a.m. Holy Communion; 11:00 a.m. Junior Wednesday evening service at 8:00.
Church; 11:08 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sunday morning service at 10:30. Sub-
Sermon by the Rev. Henry Lewis, DD.; Stday School at 11:45 a.
5:00 p.m. Choral Evensong and Commen- Su-catn11:45 atE
tary by the Rev. Robert M. Muir; 6:00 p.m.
H-Square Club (for High School stor' Washington St., open every day except
dents), Page Hall; 6:00 pan. Rector's Sundays and holidays from 11:30 a.m. un-
Question Hour, Tatlock Hall; 7:306:0p..til 5:00 p.m.; Saturdays until 9:00 p.m.
Canterbury Club for Episcopal Students,I
Harris Hall. Mr. William M. Fuson of the First Presbyterian Church:
Sociology Department will speak on "So- Morning Worship-10:45. "The Happy
atological Aspects of the POst-War World." Human", subject of the Lenten sermon
Compline and refreshments. by Dr. W. P. Lemon.
Westminster Student GuIld-supper and
First Baptist Church: fellowship hour at 6 o'clock followed by
10:00 axn.: The Roger Williams Class the second in the "Studies on Faith and
will meet in the Guild House, 502 E. Life-The Image of God i Man." Mr.
Huron St., to study the Epistle of James. Lampe will lead the discussion.
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Sunday at 11:00 aR.i. Lenten ServiceI-
'he Micigau League Chapel. Sermon bW
:he Rev. Alfred Scheps, "Judas, the Be-
ra-yer". the secPd W the series on th
;ymbos of Christ's Passion,.
At 6:00 p.m., Supper Meeting of Gamm
Delta, Luheran Student Club, at 1337
Wilmot, fojllowed by discussion and fel-
First Methodist Church and Wesley
Foundation: Student Class at 9:30 a.m
Professox George E. Carrothers Is the
.leader and the subject for discussion will
be "A Search for Life through the way
f the Altruist." Morning Worship Serv-
.ice at 10:40 o'clock. Dr. C. W. Brashares
will preach on "Food for the Spirit.
Wesleyan Guild meeting at 6:00 p.m. be-
ginning with supper. At 6:45 p.m. the
series on "PlannAing a Civilized Future"
wil be continued by considering the
subject, "Distributing World Surplus"
. obart Taylor, '43L, wiU introduce the
theme and will be followed by discussio
Memorial Cristian Church (Disciples):
10:45-Mporning Worship. Rev. Frederick
7:00 p.m., Guild Sunday Evening Hour.
Grace Dunshee will present a program of
dramticreadngsunder the title, Real
Possessions." The meeting will be held
at the Disciples Guild House, 438 Maynard
Street. A social hour and refreshments
will follow the prograin.
First Couegational Chirch:
Church School Departments at 9:30
and 10:30 a.m.
10:00 a.n. In the Assembly Room, Sym-
posium on: "What I Think-"
I. "About the Bible"-Prof. Preston W.
10:45 a.m. Dr. L. A. Parr will begin a
Lenten Series of Sermons on "Perplexing
Questions of Our Time."
I. "Can We Discover God?"
6:00 p.m. Ariston League will have Dr.
Yoder of the Ypsilanti Hospital as guest
speaker. "Our Relationship to the Com-
nunity" will be his subject. Joint meet-
ing of Methodist, Presbyterian and Con-
gregational students in the Presbyterian
7:00 p.m. Congregational Fellowship
will hear Dr. E. W. Blakeman, who wi
speak on 'Rligion on ar Conunity
Bais". Social hour and refreshments.
11:00 a.m. Service of Worship. sermouI
by Rev. Edward H. Redman on: "Militant
Protestantism." a discussion of the men
and issues behind The Protestant, a maga-
zine edited by Kenneth Leslie.
8:00 p.m. Liberal Students' Union. Talk
by Mr. George Sumida, recently arrived
from a War Relocation Center on "Life
in a Relocation Center."
Unity: Mrs. Blanche Joki of the De-
trit Unity Association will be the guest
'peaker .for the local Un,ity group. Meet-
ing will be held at the Michigan League
this morning at 11 .o'clock. The regular
Monday Night Study Group will be held
at the Unity Reading Rooms, 310 S. State
NBA Wants An rogt-
Beau Jack Match
NEW YORK, March 20.- (P- In
the wake of Slmmy Angott's start-
ling comeback to snap Wee Willie
Pep's all-time record winning streak
at 62 straight, the National Boxing
Association today called for a bout
between Swarthy Sammy and Beau
Jack to "end the lightweight chan-
The possibility of such a bout
coming off iJmnediately was some-
what remote, however, since pro-
moter Mike Jacobs pointed out that
the Jumping Jack already is signed
to defend his half of the lightweight
crown--the New York half-against
bouncing Bob Montgomery of Phila-
delphia in Madison Square Garden
on May 21.
Chosen Head of
J LI With the season completed thr
Wolverine pucksters announced Bob
Yesterday it was announced that Derleth as their newly elected cap-1
Walt Stewart, junior from San Diego, tain. The 6 ft. 1 in., 205 pound de-
Calif., has been chosen captain of fenseman from Marquette, Indiana,
the Michigan swimming team for is best noted for his fast-skating,1
text year. hard-hitting role in the Michigan
Walt, through constant work, has lineup. *
Jecome one of the outstanding quar- It was not uncommon during the
er-mile freestylers in th4 n .course of a game to see "Big Bob"
ithecountry.'flash down the ice with the puck,
?,lated as about a five-minute swim- which is unusual for a defenseman.
ner at the beginning of the year, The opposition probably still re-
3tewart surprised everyone, and es- members the hard but clean checks,
:eially the Buckeyes when he swam delivered by him, using his speed and
i 4:56.7 440 yards in the first dual weight to best advantage. In the
'reet of the year, the first Ohio- Illinois contests, particularly, he dis-
Uichigan encounter. tinguished himself with his rugged
Since then, he has further im- playing.
uroved his times by almost two see--- This year's puck team, lacking in
2nds. After twice beating last year's speed as it was, had to play defensive
Big Ten champ Jack Ryan of Ohio
for second place behind the sensa-
,ional Buckeye sophomore. Keo Na-
kama, Walt lost by the narrowest of
margins to Ryan for the runner-up
spot in the Conference meet.
Walt has bLen known as a fighter,
;a uality which accounts for a lot
of his success. This same charac-
teristic makes him a fine choice
for leader of the Wolverines.
Walt Being Inducted
However, he will very probably be
on active duty before another season
comes. In fact, he is being inducted
with the ROTC advanced corps at
Fort Custer right now, returning to
barracks here next week.
It is still uncertain whether Walt
will be allowed by the Army to swim
in the Intercollegiate meet at Col-
umbus next Friday and Saturday or
the National AAU's in New York the
In both contests be would be a
great help to the Wolverine cause,
swimming both the 220- and 440-yard
freestyles. Since the Big Ten seems
to have most of the nation's best
swimmers., especially in the latter
event, it is very likely that Walt
would pick up some valuable points
for Michigan. I
hockey most of the time. so Dt'ch
was much in demand. In ift, I
played without relief durv te
!whole season, managing to store tp
enough energy for an enmire (0 m-
utes of bruising hockev.
Playing hockey isn't Derleth') 1nly
achievement, as last fall he i'eci c
his letter in football. He played tack-
le and in his first year at the sport
became a second-stringer, substit[t-
ing often for Bill Pritula. If nothin
comes up to interfere he will
fighting for a starting position nixt
TOURNEY IN DETROIT
DETROIT, March 20--iI')For the
fourth straight year Detroit will be
i hosts in 1943 to the ,ational toumn
of the Amateur Softball Asso< ittiui
Defenseman Bob Derleth Eleeted
Leader of Wolverine Pucksters
1! g A Da(1, ,Predicts
Sn iWin cup
OYI', March 20.- VP)- On
o ot' the start of National
eague playoffs, manager
tk Alms of Ihle champion De-
Red Wings predicted last night
at h, t eam should capture the
~vmicy Cup. The Wings meet the
Toronto Maple Leafs here tomorrow
in he opener of a best of seven ser-
Tigers ot Ready
EVANSVILE, Ind., March 20.-
' Detroit Tigers finished their
1~eck in training camp north of
t he Estiman-Landis line by engaging
in an extensive batting and fielding
(1ll oday, but evidently Manager
S 'e O'Neill isn't over-enthusiastic
e club's progress.
Wrestling Coach Ray Court-
right has awarded freshman num-
crals to the following: Orin Ahl-
strom, Royal Oak; George Curtis,
Norfolk, Va.; Bob Gittins, Detroit;
Alan Holcombe, Ann Arbor; Paul
Landsberg, Royal Oak; Tom Mil-
ler, Grosse Pointe; Bob Reichert,
Niagara Falls, N.Y.; Bob Roosma,
Euclid, 0.; Charles Telfer, Port
huron; B ugh Wilson, Ann Arbor;
Bob Worrell, Western Springs, Il.
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THAT WELL KNOWN
charm in the person of
Nelson Eddy came to Hill
night in the last Choral
Union concert of the year.
. . . The famous baritone
sang to a packed house,
and packed is the word. -.-
He had them practically
standing in the aisles and
there were about ten rows
of seats on the stage -.
His program ranged from
the classical to definitely
non-classical, such as that
old Kentucky mountain
song "Frog Went A Court-
ing." . . . Feminine admir-
ers besieged him for auto-
graphs as he hurried to
catch a train out of town.
ABOUT FACE-and it
appears that the women
are not the only ones who
possess the prerogative of
changing their minds...
The Michigan Union after
deciding to open their fa-
cilities to women on Sun-
day nights have now de-
cided not to . . . In fact
the Student Board of Di-
rectors voted for the strict
enforcement of a regula-
tion providing that the
Union shall be for the ex-
AND SO to sports . . ,
Things are sort of in a rut
at the moment seeing as
how it is in between sea-
sons but as soon as golf,
tennis, and baseball get
rolling there will be plenty
HAPPY HARRY Holi-
day's broad grin grew
broader Thursday after-
noon when he broke a
world backstroke record
... At the Detroit Athletic
Club Harry broke Adolf
Kiefer's record in the 200
meters . . . His record-
breaking time was 2:22.9,
one-tenth of a second un-
der the et:ablished mark
held by Kiefer, owner of'
everyr backstroke 'ecord on
the books - - - arry Was
exipectjIn to turn in a
faster Umie than he did,
but a gun that twice failed
to , o set his nerves a
little o much on edge to
get his long stroke to
functiol ing as smoothly as
REMEMBER PEM?. - .
Straige tales we hear
Michigan Men of Spors
thing.' St're lis get-
ting built 11 Ioc
THE WOLht hui-
dlads have a on'rc a few
more recol ad lures
for them selves in eas
week - . Bob Uf.r, Con-
ference and NY onal -
mile king, romped to an*
first place at the Illinois
Tech Relays at Chicago
. Chuck Pinney, timber-
topping ace, blazedi thru
the 70-yard low hurdles in
the fast time of :08.0.
BRINGING the big Red
Cross drive up to date . ..
The men appear to be
stealing the glory, going
over the top with $1,082.82
turned in . . . The Man-
power Corps have been
setting up booths around
in convenient plAces
Fraternities and men's
dorms are all doing their
part, as well as the coeds
on campus in this big
AND THEN there's the
one about the poor coed
who was coming between
a group of soldiers on
campus ...Tr'aveling her
own little way down the
diagonal t'other day as one
is wont to do she was mus-
ing to herself . . . Sud-
lenly a hand tapped her
on the shoulder and said
'li m coming through"
Thinking it to be the usual
Y'un of diagonal-hog bi-
cyclists she said placidly,
O1r no you're not!"
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