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Two Chaplains,
Students Th Talk
At Conference
Catholic, Protestant,
Jewish Religions
Will Be Represented
Two chaplains, representatives of
the Jewish, Catholic and Protestant
faiths, and students will address re-
ligious leaders and educators at a
College University Conference on
"Religion in the War-Time College"
on Saturday and Sunday, March 18
and 19, in Lane Hall.
Representatives from 29 colleges
and universities in Michigan have
been invited to attend the sessions
held under the joint auspices of the
War Emergency Council of the Chris-
tian Associations and the Conference
of College Teachers and Ministers of
Religion.
Col. Carter To Be Here
Representing the chaplains will be
Lt. Jule Ayers of the Army Air Corps,
and Col. Thomas Carter, head of the
chaplains for the Sixth Service Com-
mand. Their discussion of "Our Men
in the War-Time College" is sched-
ulded to begin at 10:30 a.m. in Lane
Hall.
Reports from different colleges on
"Situations Which Chalenge Leader-
ship" will be given by representatives
from the various schools. Charles
Kraft will present the problems of a
church college, John Price, a state
college, Dorothy Zimmerman and
Dean Joseph P. Selden, Wayne Uni-
versity, and the Rev. C. H. Loucks
and Rabbi Jehuda Cohen, the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
Panel Is Scheduled
A panel on "Po t-War Education
as a Religious Oppbrtunity" will in-
clude both students and faculty
members. Prof. Howard Y. McClus-
ky, associate director of adult educa-
tion and professor of mental meas-
urements in the School of Education,
will represent the faculty. Students
are Elizabeth Hawley, former head
of the Post-War Council, and Make-
peace Isao. William Muehl, acting
director of the Student Religious As-
sociation, will represent the religious
point of view.
Special Meeting Planned
"Religious Counseling" and "Group
Religious Leadership Today" are two
special conferences planned for 2:30
pm. Members of the first 'panel are
Miss Dorothy Powell of the University
of Chicago, Prof. David Trout, Cen-
tral State faculty, Chaplain Jule
Ayers, New York City, the Rev. Henry
0. Yoder, Trinity Lutheran Church,
Dr. Edward W. Blakeman, religious
counselor, and Rev. Fr. Hugh B.
O'Neill of the. University of Detroit.
The second panel, which will dis-
cuss both civil and military aspects
of religious leadership, includes the
Rev. C. W. Brashares, First Method-
ist Church, Dr. H. Lewis Batts, inter-
church campus minister, Kalamazoo,
Harold Kuebler, YMCA, Dorothy
Zimmerman, YWCA, and Dean Fred
Mitchell of Michigan State College.
MVott To Speak Sunday
Final speaker for the Saturday
conferences will be the Rev. Ralph
Hyslop of the Congregational Chris-
tian Board of Education, Boston,
Mass.
At the Sunday meeting, Dr. John
R. Mott will speak on "Journeys
among the Students and Colleges
of Friend and Foe." This talk, which
will be presented at 3 p.m. in the
Rackham Building, will commemor-
ate the hundredth anniversary of the
YMCA.
Workshop To
Discuss Local

Social Services
The operations of Ann Arbor's
social service agencies will be dis-
cussed at the workshop course which
begins at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday in the
Rackham amphitheatre.
These classes in community ser-
vice will be held every Tuesday for
six weeks and are open to anyone
who applies through the Civilian De-
fense Volunteer office at the Armory.
The meetings are sponsored by the
CDVO and the University Extension
Service.
At the first class Prof. Arthur
Dunham of the School of Public
Health will talk on "Why Social Ser-
vice?", giving a short history on the
availability and necessity of these
services.
Also featured at the opening ses-
sion will be an illustration of the
operation of Ann Arbor agencies
through the use of a hypothetical
case presented by local social work-
ers.
San Carlo Star
Dies Backstage
SAN FRANCISCO, March 9.-P)
-Aroldi Lindi, European tenor, col-
lopsed at the conclusion of the fam-
ed "Vesti La Giubba" aria of "Pagli-
acci" at the opera house last night
and died backstage while the audi-

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