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'I'I AlIt CiUIH(AN I)I'1

SUN1M; JAN 16, 1J1

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T HODIST 'CRUSADLY: . r
Bishop's Confereiic on New To Hold S1udei,
World Order To Be Held Here Meeti s Today

CAN ADIAN VISITORS:
CWACs, Army Men, ArriveC
To Cheer at Nockey Game

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JAN. 24 ADXOFFICEI
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Participating in a nation-widc
crusade which has as its slogan, "The
Peace May Be Won with a Three-
Cent Stamp," the First Methodist
Church of Ann Arbor will hold a
Bishops' Conference on a new world
order Wednesday.
During the one-day "Crusade" spe-
cial attention will be given to music
and smgmgn and maintamnig a high

under the direction of Prof. Hardin
Van Deursen. Dr. Charles Brashares.
pastor of the church, will lead the
conference in evening devotions.
The Methodist Church, in carrying
on this nation-aide crusade, hopes
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spiritual atmosphere. Each repre- ve
SentatVe Will send out a card tomen le
in the aimed forces, telling them re
that people at home stand for a new
world order, and that religion must th
play a part at the next peace table.fS
Six church districts of Michigan :fgr
will be represented at the meetingp.
including Detroit, Flint, Marquette, ca
Port Huron, Saginaw Bay area and ca
Ann Arbor. N.
Among the speakers at the confer-3
ence will be Dr. Ernest F. Tittle of r> to
Evanston, Ill. His address on "The th
Commission of World Peace and the W
II Crusade" will be given at 4 p.m. R
Wednesday.-la
Other speakers include Bishop -ic
Ralph Cushman of Cleveland, the w
Rev. Fred G. Poole, director of reli- DR. ERNEST TITTLEs
gious education of the Detroit Con- .to speak at Crusade.
ference of the Methodist Church.
4 and Dr. Ralph Diffendorfer of New to encourage all its church members w
York City- to think seriously about a just and t
Among the topics to be discussed durable peace.
are "A Christian America," by Bishop W
" 6usharia, "'Youth and the Crusade," t'
"A Christian World." "The Coming G I to
*n Peace" apd- -The Prince of Peace."
Music will be furnished -by the ' a
choir of the First Methodist ChurIch, rgPg
- y Coeds Men d]
The GI Stomp. held from 3 to 5 tr
1 D ''at ite orp.m. yesterd ay in the north l unge h
of the Union, was termed a "huge : B
& nior Picture s success" with almost 400 women and s
t,2If i e servicemen presenta
Gunner, the official Navy mascot. wv
March 15 should have an added who was invited to be guest of honor.t
significance to University students, 1was unable to attend. The dog, re-
for besides the income tax deadline, cuperating from an attack of pneu--c
seniors graduating in June must monia, is still confined to the hos-
have subscriptions purchased for pital. However. when another GId
their pictures if they are to be in- Stomp is given, Gunner will be first d
eluded in the 194,'Ensian. on the list of guests.
This early dea IJn is nec~esstated women of Kappa Kappa Gamma.7
by the fact tha th i rnt i . being Kappa Alpha Theta, Gamma Phi y
published in th461$b6til6b thi year, Beta and Stockwell Hall were host- g
one for Februa. irafsape ois e faor esses, but all the women on campusv
June and one adrte'p eiber . . were invited an'd responded well.~ s
In this way new sorority pledges The purpose of the GI Stomp was c
new club officers and . -large section to give servicemen and women a-
of sport pictures will be included, chance to become acquainted. Music
1 of.Suet -inmms, man inr editor of the for dancing was provided by a juke
Ti a~id box.
Informal shots of campus scenes, The date of the next CI Stomp has
a' amces, and the traditional buildings not been set definitely, but one
all "appearI Nor are the Navy and Union spokesman said, "Without a!
Army trainees being neglected in the doubt there will be more in the fu-
yoa':boeik -,",ture."
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Kuroda WilSeak
At Methodhsi Prograin1
Leading the discussion "What I
elieve about God- at the Methodist
'esleyan Guild meeting today at 5
.m. will be Maryv Jean Sanford,
alph Gooch and George Liechty
Jth Dr. A. W. Blakeman. Dr. Char-_
s Brashares, and Rev. Andrew Ku-
da as research persons.
Other Sunday programs includeI
-e talk by Dr. Howar McClusky on
Strength for Living" at the Con-t
egational-Disciples meeting at 5
.m. Dr. McClusky, professor of edu-
tional psychology and adult edu-
tion, has been connected with the
.Y.A. and many other youth groups.
An invitation to all students and
wnspeople to the Open House at
3e Lutheran Student Center on
Vashtenaw has been extended by
ev. Alfred Schieps. student chap-
in. All floors have been furnished
ow and are ready for use. There
ill be no Gamma Delta meeting
cheduled in the evening.
The Lutheran Student Association
ill hear Miss Cecilia Hoeger. parishj
orker at the Detroit Bethesda Lu-
heran Church speak on "Leader-
hip of Women in Present Church
Vork." The program will be at the
ion Parish Hall at 5 p.m. with sup-
er following at 6 p.m.
Westminster Guild will meet at the
resbyterian Church at 6 p.m. for
upper and devotions led by Fred
:cKinney. Earle Harris will lead the
iscussion on Anti-Semitisin.
The use of the Bible in many coun-
ies around the world will be the
heme of the motion picture. "The
ook for Tomorrow." which will be
hown at the Baptist Williams Guild
t 5 p.m. today. Catholic students
ill gather at 5 p.m. for a supper at
he chapel's auditorium.
Among the new plans for the Epis-
opal Students is the workshop to
hake toys and scrapbooks for chil-
ren and invalids in hospitals. The
roups will get this opportunity at
:15 p.m. today after the prayer ser-
ice and Rev. Robert Murr's pro-
ram. They are also planning to re-
ive the News Letter to keep the 160
ervice men and women from the
Lurch informed on its activities.

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A party of 40 persons from thePasuofAnro.A,. azal
Canadian Army arrived in Ann Arbor is chief yeoman of the NOTC.
yesterday afternoon to see their She enlisted on June 23 1943.
hockey team from Woodstock meet immediately after graduatng from
the Michigan team. high school. "I joined the CWACs
Included in the partywerie five because I wasn't old enough to enlist
officers, eight CWACs or members of i an Amrcn rnh"Pt.
m any American branch," Pvt.
the Canadian Women's Army Corps Brown said.
and 27 enlisted men. The entire w .
group is stationed at Woodstock, Ont. I like military life a ot < i an
never want to go back to civlan;
Pvt. June Brown, who graduated life," she added. Pvt. Brown has
from Ann Arbor High School in '43, been in Ann Arbor on furlough for
was one of the CWACs in the party.hpay two ees. Shewillre
She is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. C.M. tdyt the past tofekshe willrt.rn,
Woodstock.
The other seven CWACs were all
NIY )A nately 5.200 CWACs in Canada. The
Caadangi's.Tere aeaproxi
Publicetiminimumage limit for this branch
e of service is 18.
, The party was composed mainly
Siusdiles and 18 Year of hockey players and officials. One
Old Vote - of the officers, Maj. C. G. Bell, is an
S O ( Topics army doctor. Several years ago he
took a post-graduate course in medi-
Michigan Youth for Democratic I cine here.
Action, anti-fascist group formerly Woodstock is in an army drivin
called the Student Victory Commit-'sWoodheoc anaini sodiving
tee, will. hold a public meeting at school where Canadiani soldiers are
7;30eem. Tlhurdaypi mhetniong.attaught to operate all types of motor
7:30 p.m. Thursay in the Uon. vehicles.
Scheduled for discussion at the _e_ _s._
meeting are the 18-year-old vote
issue and the subsidies question. Vir-
ginia Long and Mort Rosenthal will
debate the merits of ballots for 18-
year-olds, and Charles Sabat will

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1 discuss subsidies.
There will be general discussion
from the floor on the issues dis-
cussed. Everyone interested is in-
vited to attend.
New Music Group
iv 6 4First Co ert
The University string orchesti'a
organized as a new campus music
group at the beginning of this semes-
ter. will present its first concert at
8:30 p.m. tonight in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre under the direction
of Prof. Gilbert Ross.
Ruby Kuhlman. '46SM. pianist,
will appear as soloist, playing with
the orchestra in J. C. Bach's "Con-
certo in E flat major."
The program. which is open to the
public without charge, also includes
dances by Handel and Boccherini,
Frescobaldi's "Fiori Musicali" and
J. K. Stamitz's "Sinfonia in F * ma-
jor.

PRE VI w

'fi The Micht gait
Starring Mary Martin. Franchot
Tone, Dick Powell and Victor Moore.
"True To Life". the new musical
comedy opens at the Michigan today.
The picture, which tells the story
of how the Porter family rises from
obscurity to fame. features Tone and
Powell as two high salaried radio
writers whose bosses are displeasedi
with their material. Powell gcoes in
search of inspiration, meets Mary
Martin in a Long Island diner and
lets her think he is down and out.
She takes him home with her where
he meets her dippy family. Before
lie knows what is happening,. she has
arranged to put him up until he
finds a job.
He realizes that right there iii the
Porter home is his new true tp life
radio show.
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CLASSIFIED A
MISCELLANEOUS
IMEOGRAPHING: thesis binding.
Brumfield and Brumfield, 308 S
State.
ECOND SEMESTER PUBLIC EVE-
NING SCHOOL begins Monday, _
January 17, at the Ann Arbor High A
School. Courses in Typing, Short-'
hand, English, Spanish, Mathe-
matics, Woodwork, Mechanical
Drawing, Citizenship, Consumer
Problems, Sewing, Ceramics, Metal-

1DVE R II _ IN f I,"In Old Oklahoma,",. Lhe pcture
which has been hailed by critics as
being the last work in cowboy stories
craft. Bookbinding, Drawing, Mu- opens today at the State.
sic, Painting, Body Conditioning. John Wayne, Martha Scott and
Sports, First Aid, and Home Nurs- Albert Dekker are starred in the film
ing. For further information call while included in its supporting cast
5797 are George "Gabby" Hayes and Mar-
jorie Rambeau.
HELP WANTED Wayne plays the role of an Okla-
N----- - -- -oma cowboy who has struck oil and
VON COSMETIC COMPANY. Note is trying to protect his find from
ad in leading magazines, offers Dekker, a millionaire from the city.
good earning opportunity in Ann - -_- -
Arbor for energetic young woman
desirous of working part time to
help with current expenses. For
particulars write Avon Products.
Inc., 1402 National Bank Building.
Jackson, Zada Norris, Manager.

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