THE MICHIGAN DAILY
I'R.MAY, APRIL 19, 1946
PAGE TWO rRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1946'
Special Good Friday Services.
Are Planned by City Churches
'U' STUDENT'S HUSBAND:
Dr. Chung Ling Pien Will
Design China's Largest Dam
Good Friday will be observed in.
Ann Arbor by special services today:
Two three-hour programs have
been planned by the Ann Arbor Min-
isterial Association. The Rev. E. C.
Stringer, pastor of the Westside
Methodist Church, is in charge of the
service which will begin at noon in
the Wuerth Theatre. A period of
meditation will be led by the Youth
Council of the Ann Arbor Council of
Churches during the first hour. The
Rev. R. K. Ballard, pastor of the Pil-
grim Holiness Church, will speak at
1 p.m. and the Rev. George Murbach,
pastor of the Calvary Evangelical
Church, will speak at 2 p.m. Special
music has been arranged for each of
the three hours.
The program at the First Metho-
dist Church was planned by the Rev.
C. H. Loucks, pastor of the First Bap-
tist Church. At noon, soloists from
the First Presbyterian, First Metho-
dist, St. Andrew's Episcopal, First
Congregational and First Baptist
Churches will give musical selections
related, to Holy Week. The Youth
Council of the Ann Arbor Council of
Churches will direct an hour of medi-
tation at 1 p.m. During 'the third
hour, Prof. Douglas Steere, of the
philosophy department of Haverford
College, will speak on "Lent To Be
The Host will be exposed on the
altar of ST MARY'S STUDENT
CHAPEL for adoration by the con-
gregation from 8 a.m. to noon. Mass
of the Pre-sanctified will be said at
noon, with Father Frank J. McPhil-
lips explaining the ceremonies during
the service. During the remainder of
the three-hour devotion, Father Mc-
Phillips and Father John F. Bradley
will give sermons on the Passion, and
the Way of the Cross will be said.
The Way of the Cross will also be
said at 7:30 p.m.
The Rev. Alfred Scheips will preach
on the subject "Jesus: Just, Exem-
plary, Substitutionary, Uni versal,
Sufficient" during the Good Friday
service at 7:30 p.m. in the UNIVER-
SITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL. Holy
communion will be celebrated.
Dr. Henry Lewis will speak during
the three hour service which will be-
gin at noon in ST. ANDREW'S EPIS-
COPAL CHURCH. At 8 p.m. the
Schola Cantorum will sing the Can-
tata, "Gallia" by Gounod.
Canterbury Club will have a tea
from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Student Cen-
"Shall I Crucify Him?" will be the
topic of the sermon the Rev. E. C.
Stellhorn will give at 1:30 p.m. in
the ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH.
There will be a communion service at
7:30 p.m. and Mr. Stellhorn will speak
on "Shall I Glorify Him?"
S * *
Good Friday devotions will be held
from noon to 3 p.m. in the TRINITY
LUTHERAN CHURCH. The Rev.
Walter Brandt will discuss "Our Sav-
ior's Words from the Cross."
FOUR DIE IN B-25 CRASH-Fire fighters probe the wreckage of an
Army B-25 for the bodies of four crewman killed when bomber crashed
in a wheat field near Forestville, Md., soon after taking off from nearby
Andrews Field, Md.
For busy days on campus and **
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"Les Femmes Savantes," by Moliere,
sponsored by Le Cercle Francais, will
be presented at 8:30 p.m. May 1 in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
A five-act play, "Les Femmes Sa-
vantes" was introduced in March of
1672 in Paris. It deals with a cer-
tain philosophical, and scientific pe-
dantry that developed toward the end
of the 17th century and bloomed far
into the 18th century. Moliere,
alarmed by that new tendency which
might submerge reason and common
sense, produced "Les Femmes Savan-
Shirley Scrwartz '47, president of
Le Cercle Francais, who will play the
role of the domineering pedantic
mother will be remembered for last
year's production "Ces Dames aux
Chapeaux Verts," and the production
of the year before. Her perform-
ance as Henriette will be the second
for Pamela Wrinch '48, secretary of
Le Cercle Francais, who was Mari in
"Ces Dames aux Chapeaux Verts."
Richard Koppitch, Grad, veteran of
four French productions will portray
Trissotin, one of the young men over
whom the girls lose their heads. The
young hero, Clitandre, will be played
by H. Earle Russell, Grad. In his
last performance before entering the
service, Russell played the part of
the young hero of "La Belle Aven-
Misses Mark in
DETROIT, April 18-(/)-The pol-
ice department sent the first echelon
of its pigeon posse into action at the
city airport today-with dishearten-
Inspector Marvin Driver admitted
his men couldn't get within range on
foot so they drove an automobile full
speed toward the flock and opened
They got 12 pigeons and the usual
innocent bystander-a crow.
Patrolman Edward Vivian blamed
the poor score on interference by in-
coming and outgoing planes.
"Did you get any of those?" he was
"Not that I know of," he hedged,
The pigeons are a nuisance because
they have hampered plane traffic
at the airport.
Held in reserve today was the pos-
se's ace, John Milligan, 34, who won
a place on the first team by scoring
87 on the police patrol range with a
Dr. Chung Ling Rien, Chinese en-t
gineer and discoverer of the chemical
compound which made possible the
development of America's lightest
cordless electric iron, will return to1
China soon to aid in the construction1
of China'selargest dam on the
Pien's wife, Nung Chung Lee is
working on her master's degree in
mechanical engineering at the Uni-
versity. She came to this country in
1942 from Nanking, China after at-
tending the University of Nanking.
She is living in Ann Arbor with her
one year old daughter, Francis. She
will receive her master's degree in
June and plans to stay on here until
she earns her doctor's degree.
To Design Dan
Mrs. Pien said that her husband
plans to return to China later this
spring to design the dam, which will
be the largest in China, at Denner
on the Yangtze River. The project
will be sponsored by the Chinese gov-
ernment, she said. Dr. Pien is wait-
ing now to have his passport cleared
and expects to travel in Canada for
the next two months.
While he was in the employ of a
Detroit engineering firm Dr. Pien dis-
covered the still secret chemical
compound which will retain heat for
Lane Hall Lists
SRA Coffee Hour...
Members of the Policy Board and
the Board of Cooperation of the "In-
sight" staff will be special guests at
the Student Religious Association
Coffee Hour at 4:30 p.m. today in
Special hostesses for the coffee
hour will be Allegra Pasqualette and
Leroy Waterman will discuss the
New Standard Revised Edition of the
Bible during the Lane Hall Saturday
Luncheon at 12:10 p.m. tomorrow.
Reservations must be made at Lane
Hall before 10 a.m. tomorrow.
three minutes without dropping or
gaining more than ten degrees. Be -
fore discovering the final compound
he made more than 1200 tests over a1
period of a year.
New Irons in Fire
The necessity for the h at retain-
ing qualities was discovered in a re-
cent survey of Detroit housewives
which revealed that their average
ironing method was working in sixty
second spurts with thirty second
pauses. The irons are now in produc-
tion in Grand Rapids and will prob-
ably be on the market next fall.
Pien, now 36, arrived in this coun-
try in 1937 with a mechanical engi-
neering degree from the University,
of Nanking. He received degrees in
chemical, metallurgical and civil en-
gineering from the University of
Iowa and the Colorado School of
Mines and earned his doctor's degree
in civil engineering at Iowa.
Buy Easter Seals!
Beer - Wine - Mixers - Keg Beer
10 to 10 Daily
8 A.M. to 11 P.M. Sat.
303 N. 5th Ave. Ph. 8200
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Division at Catherine
12-3 P.m. - The Three-Hour Service
8 P.M. - Cantata, "Gallia" by Gounod
The public is cordially invited.
Dr. Thmas Frianci, Jr..chairman
of the epidemiology department of
the School of Public Health, has
been awarded the Medal of Freedom,
an award given to civilians for service
in foreign countries during the war.
Dr. Francis was overseas three
times during the war. He worked on
influenza and jaundice prevention in
several theatres of operation.
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DOUBLE FEATURE - TODAY & SATURDAY
Will Be Guests . . .
The Roger Williams Guild will be
the guest of Hillel at a sabbath eve
service at 7:30 p.m. today at the Hil-
lel Foundation. Members of the Guild
will meet at 7 p.m. in the Guild
Prof. Davis To Ta*...*
Prof. Joe Lee Davis of the English
department will talk on "Literature
and the Peace" at the Fireside Dis-
cussion following sabbath eve serv-
ices which will start at 7:45 p.m. to-
day at the B'nai Hillel Foundation.
The talk will include a discussion
of a few recent intercultural novels
such as "Focus" by Arthur Miller and
"Wasteland" by Jo Sinclair.
SAVE 25% ON TENNIS RACQUETS,
Strings, repairs. Just arrived, H. C.
Lee frames. McClusky and Dare,
417 8th street. Ph. 2-7360.
FOR SALE: Handsome large library
table, 6x 3 ft. mahogany, colonial.
Ideal for fraternity house. Miss
Mary Kane, 1731 Longfellow Ave.,
Detroit, Townsend 5-2877.
FOR SALE: Man's pre-war 3-piece
blue tweed suit, size 38. Excellent
condition. Call 2-6478.
FOR SALE: Man's brown tweed
spring topcoat. Size 40 long. Excel-
lent condition. Call 2-6806.
FOR SALE: Suit, 2 pc., summer wt.,
38 long, dark gray chalk stripe,
single breasted, pre-war, $14.95,
Elgin, Room 110, Dorm 2, Willow
PORTABLE, electric phonograph.
In leatheratte luggage case. Tone
and volume control. Call Clark
HELP WANTED: Fountain help, top
pay, hours to your convenience,
Apply in person to Mr. Lombard or
Mr. Benden. Witham's Drug Store,
corner of S. University and Forest.
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WANTED: Part time stenographer
for work mornings Monday through
Friday inclusive; if ncessary re-
adjustment of hours can be ar-
ranged. Apply B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation. Hill and Haven or
phone Miss Goldberg 26585.
"PART TIME SALESMAN for
"Alumaroll," the modern Alumin-
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young man. Overnight travel un-
necessary. Straight commission,
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Michigan Aluminum Awning Com-
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WANTED: Binocular microscope.
Will rent for 6 wks., or buy if neces-
sary, phone evenings only 2-6813.
WORK AS A WAITER at Phi Sigma
Delta fraternity. Delicious home-
cooked meals. Apply 1811 Washte-
naw Ave. or phone 2-6313.
RENT A JUKE BOX for your party!
$12.00 including records. Ph. 22878.
ATTENTION all S.M.A. grads: Please
write Herb Greene, Box 764 W.
Lodge Ypsilanti or call Ypsilanti
9390. Object: Get together!
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Alpha Omicron Pi sorority
pin. Engraved initials on back-R.
J. M. Reward. Phone 2-2281.
LOST: Plastic rim glasses in Brown
case. Mary Jo Lett printed inside.
Finder please call 2-1347. Reward.
IZFA (student Zionist organiza-
tion) will conduct a "Third Seder"
and present a movie, "Pass to Tomor-
row" at 7:45 p.m. Sunday at the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation.
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Anderson, Willow Run Bowling Al-
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Village. Phone Ypsi. 1852.
HELP WANTED: Youngman or wo-
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the college budget? A few hours a
day taking orders for Avon Pro-
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