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~AQE TWO
Church Groups
To Hold Weekly
Meetings Today
Baptist Guild To Hear
Rev. Carpenter Review
Carver's Biography
In observance of Race Relations
Sunday, Roger Williams Guild at
the Baptist Church will hearRev.
C. W. Carpenter review the biography
of George Washington Carver at
5 p.m. today.
Mrs. Timm To Speak
Congregational - Disciples Guild
will meet at 5 p.m. today, with Mrs.
Charlotte Timm speaking on "The
Bahaist Faith and the Post-War
World." Supper and social hour will
follow the program. The guild will
participate in the World Day of
Prayer service in the church at 8 p.m.
"What I Believe about Eternal
Life"' is the suibject for the discus-
sion at the Wesleyan Foundation at
5 p.m. today in which students and
ministers will participate. Supper
and fellowship will be at 6:15 p.m.
Lutherans To Meet
Lutheran Student Association will
hold its supper and probram at 6
p.Mn. and will join the inter-Guild
service later in the evening.
Continuing study of "Building a
Christian Home," James Van Pernis,
assistant student director, will lead'
the discussion on "The Choice of a
Lfetime" at the Westminster Guild
meeting at 5 p.m.
Rev. Chester Louckes will address
the Canterbury Club at the Episcopal
Chirch at 6 p.m. on "Tenets of the
Baptist Faith."

THE ~MICHIG7AN fDAILY

SUNDAY, FEB. i3, 1944

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Faculty Coneert I
Will Be (ivel,
Prof. Rcss, Helen 1illi
To resent Program
Prof. Gilbert Ross, violinist, and
Miss Helen Titus, pianist, will pre-
sent a joint faculty concert at 8:30
p.m. Thursday in the Lydia Mendel-j
ssohn Theatre.
The program, open to the public
without charge, includes Tartini's
"Concerto in D minor," Caporale's
"Adagio," Scarlotti's "Sonata in E
major," (K. 304), and Franck's "So-
nata in A major."
Ross Lee Finney's "Duo for Violin
and Piano," composed in 1943 and
played for the first time in Ann Ar-
bor; Syzymanowski's "La Fontaine
d'Arethuse" and De Falla's "Danse
Rituelle de Feu" comprise the sec-
ond part of the program.
Prof. Wassily Bsekirsky, violinist,
and Prof. Joseph Brinkman, pianist,
will present an all Brahms program
tomorrow in the Rackham Memorial
Building in Detroit. This program is
the last in a series of three faculty
concerts under the auspices of the
University Extension Service and the
School of Music.
Who's He Kidding?
WASHNGTON, Feb. l2.-R)-
Senator Byrd (Dem., Va.) received a
complaint about the Capital's weath-
er today from one of his visitors.
The complainant who found the
sleet-covered city unpleasantly cold
was his brother, Rear Admiral Rich-
ard Evelyn Byrd, the Antarctic ex-j
plorer.

FIRST HAND ACCOUNT: County Tops
Prof. Shao-Chang Lee To Talk Botid-Quota
On 'Scholars in China' Today
Chairman Reveals '
Prof. Shao-Chang Lee. who was in ing the Institute of Foreign Studies. Total of $149,000
Honolulu at the time the Japanese In addition to this he has been lec-
attacked Pearl Harbor, will speak on turing throughout the state on Chi- Washtenaw County went over
"Scholars in China, Then and Now," nese-American relations in the past, top yesterday in the Fourth
at 7:30 p.m. today in the Interna- present and future. 1 Loan Drive as the figure for the
tional Center. Dr. Gale said that "large bodies of of bonds in the area stood at $7,
Prof. Lee was for many years pro- Chinese students and others at the 926.50, which is 106% of the co
fesor f Cinee hstoy ad ln-Center especially interested in Chi- goal.
guage at the University of Hawaii. na are looking forward to Prof. Lee's g"The
He is widely known for a chart he has lecture." "The total collected in the Un
compiled showing the development sity drive has reached $149,
of Chinese culture. With his permis- In a lecture before the Inter-Cul- Clark Griffin, chairman of thet
sion Dr. Esson M. Gale, director of tural Relations Committee on Jan. versity drive, revealed. "This pu
the International Center, has in- 10 Prof. Lee related Japanese activi- within striking distance of our g
the1r Intern a tionaCenztrhan-ties at Hawaii before the war. He Employes of the University L

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At The Michiga..

At The State

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Th e much-heralded. ca
the ed picturization of Erne
War way's "For Whom the
sale filmed in what critics ha
938,- as the most beautiful
unty ever seen, is the new shov
the Michigan isoday.
iver- Starring Gary Cooper
000," Bergman, the film tells o
Uni- Robert Jordan and Mari

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oal."
aun-

ciudedt it in a oo nen as wriu en en-
titled "Basics of the Chinese Civili-
zation."'
He is now a visiting professor at
Michigan State where he is direct-
Allen To Speak
To Chemists
Dr. C. F. H. Allen will speak on
"Carbonyl Bridge Comrounds" under
the auspices of the American Chem-
ical Society at 4 p.m. tomorrow in
Room 151 in the Chemistry Build-
ing.
Dr. Allen, who is now with the
Eastman Kodak Company, received
his Ph. D. at Harvard and has had
the Doctor of Science degree con-
ferred on him. He has done exten-
sive research in the field of organic
chemistry.
Dr. Lawrence 0. Brockway, chair-
man of the University section of the
society, will introduce the speaker.

said then that the Japanese priests dry have supported the drive whole-
there were doing all in their power heartedly by buying over $2,600
-to "Japanize" the residents of Jap- worth of bonds y
anese descent and that 20 Japanese The high total for the county was
were interned in Hawaii after Pearl reached through an oversale of
Harbor. bonds other than series E.
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gerly await- Hollywood invades tc csampus of
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aid the Loy- Harry does a dance for tihe first. time
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LOST and FOUND

MISCELLANEOUS

LOST: Brown alligator purse, Feb. 8.
Anyone having it please return to
Room 1, University Hall, especially
the glasses. They are terribly im-
portant. Myrtle Klein
LOST-Plack onyx ring with dia-
mond chip, in Library rest-room.
Sentimental reasons. Reward. Call
Lois, 22868.
LOST-Pearl necklace with large am-
ethyst pendant. Valued as keep-
sake. Reward. Contact Daily.
HELP WANTED
WANTEDMale student to work for
room beginning Feb. 26 or 27. Mrs.
Frank E. Jones, 721 Tappan Ave,
phone 6105.
CLERK: office or store work. Knowl-
edge of typewriting desirable. Male
or female. Full time person pre-
ferred. Part time with afternoon
or morning free acceptable. Steady
employment. Apply in person. O.

MIMEOGRAPHING: thesis binding.
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State.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for
your discarded wearing apparel.
Claud Brown, 512 S. Main Street.
WANTED
UNDERSTAND Box 15 has been
receiving numerous replies. I, too,
am interested in an escort for V-
Ball. I rate but don't date. C'est la
Guerre. Don't care if its Khaki,
Navy Blue or civvie§. Just reply
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