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rAE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. MAY 'I

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Language Conference To Be Cnelde

Massed Music
Festival To Be
Held May 21

GUILD PROGRAMS:
Rev. C. LI. IACwks To Le d
I Discussio a Bptit Ch-urch

The executive committee of the
Central, West and Southern Division
of the National Federation of Modern
Language Teachers will conclude a
two-day conference 'here today in
Rm. 302 of the Union.
Included in the discussion of trends
in language teaching throughout the
United States, will be a consideration
of the work that is being done in the
Army Specialized Training Program.
Stephen Pitcher, president of the

Federation, and Prof. Elton Hocking, of the Division which includes 13
of Northwestern University. are par- states, is host to the group.
ticipating in the conference. Both Others attending the conference
are members of the Rockefeller Foun- are: Prof. H. C. Berkowitz of the
dation commission set up to study the University of Wisconsin, Prof. James
teaching of language to ASTP stu- B. Tharp of Ohio State University,
dents in the nation's colleges and Prof. Edwin Zeidel of the University
universities. Professor Hocking re- of Cincinnati, Lilly Lindquist, super-)
cently made an inspection of the visor of the teaching of foreign lang-
ASTP unit stationed here. uvges in the Detroit public schools
Prof. Julio del Toro of the Spanish and Phillis Ward, also of the Detroit
department, who is former president public school system.

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Guild activities this week-end in- by Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
Students May Play in clude the talk by Lowell Haswel, 44E. Club, at 4:30 p.m. today at the Uni-'
Comnbimed Orchestras on "An Appreciation of the Church versity Lutheran Chapel. Supper will!
Hymns" at the Lutheran Student As- ' follow at 5:30 p.m.
University student instrumentalists sociation at 5:30 p.m. today in Zion Students, servicemen and members
are invited to take part in Michigan's Parish Hall. of the Congregational-Disciples Guild
Fcurth Annual Massed Orchestra Roger Williams Guild will hear its will meet at 5 p.m. today at tte Con-
Festival which will be given Sunday, pastor, Rev. C. H. Loucks. lead a dis- gregational Church for a supper with
pasellowshvp hour.andudkvotionalaserv-
May 21, at Hill Auditorium under cussion on the recent Kirby Pagefip ur and devotional
the auspices of the School of Music Conference on "Christianity's Contri-i
and Michigan Civic Orchestra Asso- bution on a Just and Lasting Peace" A vesper servtie will be h eldat 5
ciation. at 5:30 p.m. at the First Baptist p.Fm.at the hMethdodist Welw..an
Brass and woodwind as well as Church. ship hour scheduled for 6 p.m.
string players will be needed. Re- A discussion meeting will be held Ctbu Clu at St. Andrew's
hearsals can be arranged either withCt
the Ann Arbor Civic Orchestra under ',Episcop 1Church will have an OpenI
the direction of Joseph Maddy or House and supper at 6 p.m. today in
with the University Orchestra under + Page Hall. The Presbyterian student
the direction of Gilbert Ross. 11N4*,4 group will not meet this week.
The former will meet tomorrow The Student's Evangelical Chapel
night and every following Monday at at 218 N. Division, sponsored by the
7:30 p.m. at the city high school. The UIX I 1! Christian Reformed Church, will hold
University group will rehearse for the regular worship services at 10:30 a.m.
program at 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 16, 1 and 7:30 p.m. today. Rev. Leonard
at the Burton Tower. -gVerduin is the minister.
Many civic orchestras from south- . * -
western Michigan will combine and One of the most uniquely funny
assemble under the baton of George films ever produced is "The Miracle
Dasch of Chicago and Northwestern of Morgan's Creek," co-starring Betty
University. The two Ann Arbor or- Hutton and Eddie Bracken.r -__
chestras will form the main part of The pair becomes involved in many
the instrumentation with a harp en- difiulie wenBetylaknson
semble also to be featured. difficulties when Betty awakens one The Sweetest LOVE ST(
morning only to reme nber that she
Further information may be ob- had been secretly married the pre-
tamed from Prof. Philip O. Potts of vious night after receiving a blow on
the engineering college, acting presi- the hed
dent of the Association, or at the thehead.A
meeting and rehearsal at 7:30 p.m. Im:lWT ii o1N
tomorrow at the city high school. At the Stile . . . ALL-STAR CAST-
A vividly-told tale of a Russian EARL COVERT
Selfrid e Field Gets frontier village and its heroic people MARGARET SP ENCER
in the early days of the Nazi inva- JULES EPAILLY
N e w o lander1sion is presented in "The Nortgi Star." CARL RANDALL
NrThis latest achievement by Sam HELEN M\-cGLYNN
SELFRIDGE FIELD, Mich., May 6. Goldwyn opens at the State today "HARRY K. . IORTO T
-(AP)-Major Dwight H. Bridges, 28- and boasts a cast which includes as Still Seats Available - Box
year-old native of Colorado Springs, featured players, Anne Baxter, Dana Prices $1.20 - $1..80 - $2
Colo. has assumed command of the Andrews and Walter Huston.

hIns urace fact
To Ce Topic
"Should w e ha i ntional insur-
ance as provided by the Murray-
Wagner-%Dingall A" will be the topic
under debate at 8 p.m. Thursday at
Pattengill Auditorium, C. C. Craw-
ford, assistant supervisor of Ann Ar-
bor s hooL and director of adult ed-
ucai ion. announced yesterday.
Dr. James Bruce vice-president
emeritus of the University, will in-
troduce the :peakrs. Pre enting the
affirmative side will be Mr. Leon
Goodman, Detroit attorney attached
to the UAW-CIO International Un-

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The negative side will be taken by
a representative of Washtenaw Med-
ical Association.
The discussion, presented by the
Ann Arbor Community Forum, is open
to the general public.
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When the 477th Bombardment
Group and 553rd Fighter Squadron
transferred to new bases, Major
Bridges remained as the senior fly-
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graduate of the University of Kansas,
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1940. Last winter he was placed in
command of the sub-base at Oscoda,
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