S-VNqDATY, NOV. 5, 1944
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CityChurches Welcome New Students
Glee Club Holds Smoker
For the first Sunday of the fall
term, the city's religious and church
groups have planned a variety of
programs for University students
with new members particularly in-
vited to attend.
The Congregational-Disciples Guild
will meet at 5 p. m. today at the
Congregational Church for a cost
supper and a program featuring the
activities of the Guild for the seme-
ster. The meeting will close by 7 p.m.
with a brief worship service.
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New Pastor Will Speakj
Dr. James Kenna, the new pastorj
at the First Methodist Church, will'
address members of the Wesleyan
Guild at 5 p. m. Fellowship hour
and supper will follow the meeting.
The Student Class will meet at 9:301
a. m. in the Wesley Lounge to begin
a series of lessons on the theme
"Understanding Ourselves." Dr. Ed-
ward W. Blakeman, University reli-
gious counselor, will lead the dis-
The First Presbyterian Church
group, Westminster Guild, will un-
dertake a series of discussions on
"What I Believe" at 5 p. m. Dr.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
GRADUATES AND ALL SERVICEMEN
ON THE CAMPUS
A Rousing Sing and Tryouts for Membership
Club Rooms-Third floor of Michigan Union
William Lemon will speak on "About
God." Supper will follow the pro-
William's Guild to Meet,
Dr. Luther W. Smith will address
the Roger William's Guild at the
First Baptist Church Guild House
at 5 p. m. on "A Cause Worth Liv-
ing For." Dr. Smith, executive sec-
retary of the church board of edu-
cation and publications, has been
interested in youth movements in
Germany. Doris Lee will have charge
of the worship service.
Canterbury Club at St. Andrew's1
Episcopal Church will meet at 6 p. m.
at the Student Center for supper
and discussion groups. Rev. Henry
Lewis will be the speaker.
Redman to Address Students
"Religion in Action in a Free
World" is the topic of Rev. Edward
Redman at the Student Group ga-
thering at 7:30 p. m. at the First
Open House will be held at the
Zion Lutheran Parish Hall from 4:30
to 7:30 p. m. today by the Lutheran
Student Association. Supper will
be served at 6 p. m. with the pro-
gram headed by Dr. Ira Smith, regis-
trar of the University.
Lutheran Services at 11 a. m.
The University Lutheran Chapel
will hold Sunday services at 11 a. m.
under Rev. Alfred Scheips. Gamma
Delta, Lutheran Student Club, will
meet at 5 p. m. for super and pro-
St. Mary's Student Chapel will
hold Sunday masses at 8, 10 and
11:30 a. m. Other churches that
have special groups for students are
the Bethlehem Church with Student
Guild at 5:30 p. m. and Youth Fel-
lowship at 7:30 p. m. Grace Bible
Fellowship will have a University. Bi-
ble Class at 10 a. m. at the Masonic
Temple with Ted Groesbeck as lead-
President Alexander G. Ruthven
will receive the degree of "doctor
honoris causa" from the Catholic
University of Chile and will in turn
present a plaque to the International
Center honoring Director Emeritus
J. Raleigh Nelson at the Interna-
tional Center's Annual Fall Recep-
tion at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
The degree, to be conferred on
President Ruthven in honor of his
work for "international cooperation
in education," will be presented by
Augusto Munoz, a graduate of the
engineering school who has recently
been appointed to the faculty of the
Catholic University of Chile.
Nelson, appointed counselor to
foreign students in 1933 and director
of the Center in 1938, served in those
capacities, until his retirement in
1943. He had also been a member
of the engineering school faculty.
The plaque, which will be received
by the present director, Dr. E. M.
Gale, has been designed by Carlton
Angell, University artist.
Following the presentations, the
reception will be held in Rackham
Assembly Hall. On the reception
line will be Pres. and Mrs. Ruthven,
Dr. and Mrs. Gale, Prof. and Mrs.
Nelson, Dean and Mrs. Joseph A.
Bursley, Dean Alice Lloyd, Prof. and
Mrs. C. W. Rufus and Prof.. and Mrs.
A. S. Aiton.
All foreign students and theif
American friends are urged to attend
the special ceremonies and reception.
Of SRA Named
Franklin H. Littell, a graduate of
the Union Theological Seminary, will
succeed William Muehl as director
of the Student Religious Association,
it has been announced.
After receiving his Bachelor of
Divinity degree from the Seminary
in 1940, Mr. Littell became Minister
of Youth at Detroit's Central Meth-
odist Church. He is also a 1937
graduate of Cornell College at Mt.
For the past two years, Mr. Littell
has been doing graduate work at
Yale University. He is a member of
the National Council of Religion and
Towe To Address
Howell Rotary Club
Larry Towe, director of the Uni-
versity News Bureau, will address
the Howell Rotary Club at noon
tomorrow, speaking on "Interesting
Personalities on the Michigan Cam-
"Michigan on the March," a tech-
nicolor film, and the story behind it,
as told by Towe, will be presented at
8 p.m. at the community fall festival
party of the Saline Valley Farms.
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will hold its second smoker for all Michigan numbers. Colton Storm of the William I
freshmen, upperclassmen, graduate "Kampus Kapers," the all student Clements Library will discuss "Map
students and servicemen on campus variety show, sponsored by The Daily, as Historical Documents" at th
who wish to tryout at 4:30 p.m. League and Union will feature the eighth annual meeting of the So
today in the club rooms on the third Varsity Glee Club i its first appear- ciety of American Archivists, to b
floor of the Union. ance of the year on Nov. 15 at Hill held in Harrisburg, Pa., on Novembe
Prof. David Mattern of the School 8 and 9, it was announced yesterday
of Music, director of the Glee Club, Halvdan Koht, minister of for
said that the club is composed of Council to Meet I eign affairs in Norway at the time o
some of the finest voices he has the Nazi invasion, will be guest speak
heard in years. The Hillel student council will hold er at the meeting.
Notwithstanding the scarcity of its first mdeting of the year at 10:45 The entire program was arranged
"smokes," the tryout will afford stu- a. m. today in the Foundation lounge. by Howard H. Peckham, also of th
dents the opportunity for a rousing All members are urged to attend. Clements Library.
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Get into the swing of college life this
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FIRST TRYOUT MEETING
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 4:00 P. M.
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