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Churches Offer Special Services
In Peacetime -4"Eas;ter (4:eI(4)3lutt1I

(Continued ir onli-Ptg i )
Ch ase and the choir will present other
Easter music. A second baptismal
service will be held.
The Rev. F. E. Zendt will speak on
"The Easter Fact" at 10:50 a.m. in
Because of the lar t;'e umi ci '
home to observe Easter, the Guild
will not have its regular supper and
Sunday program. It has planned in-
stead an "Old Favorite Hour," for
which members are to bring their f a-
vorite poem, scripture, story or song.
Refreshments will be served. The
program will begin at 7 p.m. in the
Guild House.
The Rev. Leonard Verduin, pastor
of the Student Evangelical Chapel,
will speak on "The Resurrection" be-
FELLOWSHIP at 4:30 p.m. in Lane
FntTo Confer Hee
A joint committee representing the
National Association of Furniture
manufacturers and the Furniture
Manufacturers Association of Grand
Rapids will confer with faculty mercn -
bers and students of the School of
Forestry and Conservation Tu esday
on the school's furniture 'course., first
of its kind in the country, whiicht was
inaugurated last semester.
Charles A. Sligh or Holland, for-
mer president of the National Asso-
ciation of Furniture Manufacturers,
will speak in a conference with wood
technology students at 10 aim :Tuies-
day in the West Conference Roomu of
th e Rackham Building. At 1l anm.
the0 committee will touir 1teWood
Technology Laboratory.
Of the present enrollinent ojf 2 in
the Wood Technology curriculumr, 18
students are following the Furniture
Industry Program.- Five sc holairship s
are available for next fall to studlents
in this program.J

Hll.l1wi talk will be the four'th in
a series: of five 01n Clhristia n doctrine.
Mas s will be said at 8, 10:30 and 11
Ch9APEL. Delisya Aldaba, Philip-
pine soprano, will sing during the low
maitsses at 8 and 11, and the men's
choir will sing the responses of the
high miass at 10:30. Faether Frank J.
McPhiillips will discuss "The Risen
Christ" at all masses.
The Rev. Alfred Scheips will speak
on "Risen, As He Said!" during the
11 a.m. Easter Sunday service at the
Gamma Delta, the Lutheran stu-
-lent club, will not have its regular
Sunday meeting,
The 9 a.m. Easter Service of the
wiil be conducted by Dr. W. P.
Lemon, with the Rev. James Van
Pernis speaking on "Hope Unbound-
d"Mr. Van Pernis will conduct the
service at 10:45 a.m. and Dr. Lemon
will preach a sermon on "Festival of
Westminster Guild will 'not meet
Communion will be celebrated at
9 and 11 a.m. in ST'. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH, with special
Eater music provided hy the Schola
Can torum and the Girls Choir during
the 9 a.m. seciV'e, and by the Men
0nd Boys' Ch°, ir d(uring the 11 a .m.
I V i("(.
CAS.' Ri-BU lY CLUM will hold a
,;upper meeting at (3 lxmi. in the Stu-
dent Center. Dr. 1henry Lewis will
lead a discussion on the Resurrection.
Greek Student Croup
IX lk1 ta Esilon lIii, I fellenic Oitho-
rdox. tuident group., xwiil1 iold a special
,1111ting at 3 :3(0 p.mn. tomorrow in St.
Nichlolas Church to formulate plans
for their Spring, Dance. Proceeds
from the dance, which will be held
May 17 in the Masonic Temple, will
be placed in a scholarship fund.

J'ussi Bjoerhin 'Thiessen. Lands
I~I pn5"rd it J' SIrea it)Iuliid
Music IFesival I lIAR 'iii NI eLtio I
May Festival, the long-awaited cli- "Streamlined English," as taught
max of the University's musical sea-' at the University's English Language
son, will open Thursday, May 2 with Institute, is described as the mstt
Jussi Bjoer ling, prominent Swedish( successful language training program
tenor, as featured soloist, for foreign S tudents in this countryl
Through wars, p'anics and depres- by A. D. TIhiessen in the Apr il issue
lionis since 1893 thle University Musi-1 of 1. h l let in of theicRan American
cal socuty h as continuied to offer Union.
this annual musical event. Give's Credit
The Phlilaelphia Orchestra has Thiessen, who is librarian of the
appeared in the festival sre since Provisional Internnational Civil Avi-
1936 and will be heard again this ation Organization, concluded uring1
year, under the direction of Eugene his recent survey of language train-1
Ormandy, in each of the six concerts.E ing facilities here that the primaryt
Eleven Soloists "credit for applying new and original
The Festival will be highlighted' methods to an old but persistent
by eleven soloists, five of whom were problem" in this country goes to "Dr.1
born and educated in the United Charles C. Fries and his loyal and en-
States. Bjioerling, soloist at the open- ergetic staff."t
rn ociwl in eetosfo As the article explains, the insti-
four oper~as: "~Camen," ~Manion," tute was established to help increase
"La Bolieme" and "Tosca." the English ability of Latin Amei-
The University Choral Union with can students so that they may best
Alexander Hilsberg, assistant con-profit from attendance at American
ductor of the Philadelphia Orches- universities. With Prof. Fries "the
tra, and Hardin Van Deursen direct- dynamo charging this system," the
ing, wil sing Mozart's Requiem Mass organization was foundtd in 19381
at the Friday concert. Nathan Mil- after consultation with the State D-
stein, violinist, will play Trchaikov- imprtment. k'CocroiDMar.cenfcMthd
Brown To Sing Thie course provides Latin Amei-I
Soloists at the other concerts in the can students with two months of in-
the week-end series include Anne tensive training in English, employ-t
Brown, Negro soprano who gained ing the most advanced scientific
fame in Gershwin's opera "Porgy and methods in the field. Prof. Fries and
Bess," Bidu Saoyao, Brazilian soprano his staff have, according to the ati- I
who was forced to cancel her en- pe, been responsible for developing ag~ri eels erbcueo evri ftea ntos
llne';!, Williamn Ka plil, noted young
pianist, Salvatore Baccaloni and I ;-
Th e FeNsti val You th Chor u, com-
prosed of children fromt the publicc Irxtmnuce from page )1
schools of Ann Arbor, will make its
aninual appearance at the festival 3i Pos:ess in the opinion of the
at Saturday'S concert. The children executive commoitee, qualities requis-.
will be under the direction of Mar- it e for pa i i 1io~-in in public ;dmni-v
g uerite Ilfodl supervisor of music ir Iioi(n. Ia
in the schools .and as ristait p lroft's a r'f~sdan('s1Irvcet
- - ire the lIn [ titi' will be $70 for esi-
<lsill .tial 0 Ifor rnor esi,7dent.
Sa.( et L Iev' [1 b1"I 'l w t n tlute will als o offer shortI, l evcc"trzingcn wfopr
sciis already emplhloy((d in piulic serv-
ice agencies.I
With Professors Perkins and Ford
The Federal Public Hlousing Au- responsible for admrinistra~ion of the'C
thority announced yesterday a meet- Institute's program, the executivee
ing on Child Safety for all Willow committee will determine poiy en
Village residents at 8 p.m. Ttuesday, p piv piain oicadsin
April 30 at t he Williow Village Con- adidvdabtuln rgaso
munity Building. study.
Sponsoredl by theicW asit(naw nx'c iiive Coimitte
(nnty Red Cros.s Accident Preven- the executive ec ti tte is con-
icin Division, the meetinig will be thesw se ( Dean E. lytlie Stason, of
fast of six ma1(-briigs which sonstiuote the Law School, chairajn;u Dean
the( iregulart i'RedICross c('1'in safe-1("Russell A. .Stevenson, of the School
ty. of Business Administration; Prof. I
Dr. Ernest H. Watson will speak on Robet Angell, of the sociology de-
"Acidents to Children as Seen by a partment; Prof. Arthur W. Brom- [
Physician" in addition to special age, of the political science depart- f;
movies. ment; and Prof. I. L. Sharfinan, of I
Every person over 15 years who at- the economics departmnent.
tends all meetings will receive a cer- Thle Institute's Announcement will a
tificate showing he has completed the be ready for students early in June f
accident prevention course, the Red in Ri. 215 Haven Hall and at the r
Cross announced. In charge of the Rackham Building.
meetings will be Mrs. Joseph W. Students interested in the Insti-
Ccurttis, assistant in accident pre- tute's training program may consult
vention at the Washtenaw County Prof. Perkins in Rm. 215 Haven Hall.
Red Cross Chapter. .. ----- ------ --- _.__--
Christian Fellowship PR INTI NG
The Chinese Christian Fellowship PROGRAMS . CARDS . STATIONERY
will hold a reception for new students HANDBILLS, ETC.
at 3 p.m. today at the home of Ed- Downtown: 308 NORTH MAIN
ward W. Blakeman, Counselor of Re- AHN RS
ligious Education.________________



{ o'atilt2@ue Pfrom :Pu<ge.;
tain Eye Movements," at 4:15 p.m.,
Thursday, May 9, in the R~ackham
Amphitheater. Announcemient of the
Henry Russel Award for this yetv
will also be made at, tis; timei.
French Lecture: Dr. Fra ncit3W.
Gravit, of the Rom-ance La._ngu age
Department, evil offer the las;tFrench
lecture on the series; sponsored by
the Cercle Francais, on Tuesday,
April 23, at 4:10, p.m., in Room ,,nD
Alumni Memorial Hall. The title of
[his lecture is: "Frenesie dlans la. rue
Quincampois". This lecture is open
to the general public and ft"-e of
Academic NoTtices

Student Recital: Mary Jean Ward-
well, student of violin under Gilbert
aRoss, will present a recital at 8:30
p.m. on Wednesday, Apr'il '24, in Lydia


Final Examination Schedule for
Women's Health Lecture
Section I-Mon. Apr, 22, 4:1
p.im-Rackhain Auditorium..
Section II-Tues. Apr. 23, 4:1
p.m .--Rackhain Auzditoriumn.

tial fuilfilent of the requirements
for t ,l e degree of Bachelor (of Mustic,
I liepoga is open to the puiblic.
It, wil inclutde ('ompositions by Vitali,
BIch,, oart Lalo, and Cecil Bunl-
Student Recital: Marian Owen,
pianist, will present a recital in par-
tial fulfillment of the requirements
for the degree of Master of Music at
8:30 Sunday evening, April 21, in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. Her pro-
gram will include compositions by
Ravel, Beethoven, Medtner, Grana -
dos, Albeniz, and Chopin. Mrs. Owen
is a student of piano under Joseph
T1he public is cordially invited.
"Ancient Man in the Great Lakes
Regi;on." Rotunda, University Muse-
tim Building, through April 30.
Events Today
TZFA, student Zionist organization,
wil conduct a "Third Seder" and pre-
sen,. Palestine movie in technicolor,
"P!sto "Tomorrow", narrated by


p.m.-Natural Science Auditorium.
Please appear for examination in
the section in which you are enrollee:
Doctoral Examination for Gb dyice
Hlelene Bi adic'y, Educ'dlion; the pis:
"The History of Sc hoo)l 1I1:.llIh!E(dI-
ricatior in WNest Virgina 83-14,
Tuesday, April1':1, 4 :0 p m.,i tlu
fiast Council I tooli, Iik 10Bildl :-
o.Ci a ir!inin, 0. V& SI c~l wi 1501
N'otice to Soplioino, ~ ad cnio StuI 8-
dents taking the Pi ut'ile Exina-
tions :
You will be exculsedl fromn('lass".4
wvhere there is a ('onfl ic t with the cx-
Inuina tion s. Peeto{ yi di'ust l c~
fot aslly 0 o von llf~I iJ 1 ' 'Iir ,'i[
Iled Cross IWater #' ate' I 1.tIIuc-'
Any student w~ho is iri1,('r c l in
taking the Ried Cro s Wat r Sft
Instructor's Cour'se should sign up l)in
Office 15, Barbour Gymnnasiuni. To be
eligible, -students should ber 19 years
of age and have their Senior Life
Saving Certificate. The course will
be given during the weeks of ,I/a y 6
and 17. Further details as to ti one ,uid
pIatce will be antiounic('d later.
Faculty Recital: Lynne Palmer,
Instructor in Harp in the School of
MIusic, will present a program of corn-
positions by Salzedo, Brahms, Proko-
fieff, Caplet, arid Mozar't, at 8:30
T'hursday evening, Api'il 22, ink Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater. She will be
assisted by Marie Mountain Clank,
'lutist, and John Kollen, pianist, in
rjozart's C:oncerto for hTarp arvti flute.
The public i' cordially invited.

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[University Had io Programs'
Station )VRAR
2:30 ph.EDCTO IN REVIEW-"'i'ie Value of Physical Fit-
ness Training" by Professor Elmer D. Mitchell
sponsibility in Collective Bargaining." By Mr. A. hK. Ste-
Station WPAG
5:45 p.m. CILDREN'S PROGRAM-"The Country Bunny and the
Little Gold Shoes"
P'resented by E.Philip Sanford of River Forest, Illinois;
Mary Bronson of Detroit, Michigan; Janice Carter of
South Bend, Indiana; and Audrey Enelow of Wheeling,
W. Va.
Station WPAG
5:45 p.m. THE ORIGINAL DRAMA-"Millie" by Barbara Weis-
berg. A student-written, student-enacted radio play..
Station WKAR
2:00 p.m. EPOCHS IN MUSIC-Program under the supervision
anil direction of Professor Hlanns Pick. A program of
contemporary composers.
The first of fine radio recitals featuring the works of
Ludwig Beethoven.,
2:30' p.m. EDUCATION FOR THE VETERAN-Prepared by Mr.
Clark Tibbitts of the Veterans Service Bureau.
Station WPAG
5:45 p.m. CAMPUS NEWS--Prepared by Rosamond Hlaas of the
University News Service
Presented by: Pat Cline of Ann Arbor; Judith Green-
gard of Far Rockaway, New York; and Arthur Shef.
Station WPAG
5:45 p.m. DOROTHY ORNEST, soprano--A program in the regu-
lar series of well-known and best-loved songs.
Station WJR
11:15 a.m. THE MEDICAL SERIES-"Facts About Poliomyelitis"
by Dr. Denham of the University of Michigan Hlospital
Station WKAR
2:30 p.m. THE ORIGINAL DRAMA-"Millie" by Barbara Weis-
berg A student-written, student-enacted radio play
2:45 p.m. RELIGION IN RE VIE W--"Marriage--A Cultural As-
Dr.! Edward W. Blakeman, Counselor in Religious Edu-
Station WPAG
5:45 p.m. THE UNIVERSITY CARILLON-Played by Mr. Sidney
Station WJR
2:00. p.m. STUMP THE PROFESSOR--A .quiz pragram with a
panel of University professors answering the questions.
Station WJR
9:15 a.m. HYMNS OF FREEDOM-.-Quartet directed by Ernest
Larson. Commentated by Dr. D~onald E. Hiargis


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