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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ChurchNews
Discussions and parties will be
held by the student religious asso-
ciations today.
The Methodist WESLEYAN
GUILD will meet at 8:30 p.m. for
a party in the Wesley Foundation
Lounge.
An open house will be held by
the CANTERBURY CLUB from 4
to 6 p.m. today at the Student
Center.
The CONGREGATIONAL-DIS-
CIPLES GUILD will meet at 8:30
p.m. at the Guild House for a final
party before examinations.
Dr. T. C. Baer of China will
speak on "Christian Opportunities
in China," to the ROGER WIL-
LIAMS GUILD at 7:30 p.m. in the
First Baptist Church.
Dr. Baer is the guest speaker at
the Wayne Association Conference
of Baptist Churches which is be-
ing held in Ann Arbor today.
Moye To Talk
On Education
American Universities
Theme of Program
"Universities of the Americas"
will be the theme of a program to
be presented by the English Lang-
uage Institute at 8 p.m. today in
Rackham Assembly Hall.
Margaret Moye, who recently
returned from a visit to the Eng-
lish Language Institute of Mexico
City, will speak on "Universities
in the U.S." Miss Moye was for-
merly director of English House,
a campus organization which
helped Latin American students
learn English.
During her stay in Mexico City,
Miss Moye made an extensive
study of the Institute, which is
closely patterned after the Uni-
versity's. Her trip was sponsored
by the State Department.
The program will also include a
group of brief talks on the Uni-
versities of Chile, Brazil, San Mar-
co, Mexico, Columbia, Havana and
Buenos Aires. Several University
songs, including "the Yellow and
the Blue," will be sung following
the speeches.
The program is open to the pub-
lic.
'M' Clubs See
Football Films
Staff Secretaries Robert Mor -
gan and Waldo Abbot, Jr., of the
Alumni Association are showing
Michigan football pictures to
widely separated audiences this
week.
Morgan is showing pictures of
the Army game to 'M' clubs dur-
ing a two-week trip through Buf-
falo, Rochester, Utica, Albany,
Binghamton, and Elmira in New
York, and in Springfield, Hart-
ford and Boston in Massachusetts.
Abbot and District President Ed-
ward Strauss are showing the
Ohio State pictures in Duluth,
Minneapolis, Sioux Falls, S. D.;
Sioux City, Ia.; Omaha, Neb.; Des
Moines, Ia.; and Gary, Ind.

drama Critic
Will Discuss
Newest Book
John Mason Brown, for 14 years
drama critic of the New York
World Telegram and at present
associate editor of the Saturday
Review of Literature, will speak at
8:30 p.m. Thursday in Hill Audi-
torium under the auspices of the
Oratorical Association.
For years Brown has had the
reputation of predicting correct-
ly more hits and flops than any
other Broadway appraiser. He has
also served as drama critic for the
Theatre Arts Monthly and the
New York Evening Post.
Brown is author of several
books. The Modern Theatre in
Revolt, Upstage and Letters from
Greenroom G hosts were among
his first, followed by The Art of
Playgoing, Two on the Aisle and
Broadway in Review.
Accustomed As I Am, written in
1942, reveals "those perils of the
platform which make public speak-
ing the hazardous pastime it is."
Brown's experiences in the navy
are incorporated into To All
'hands and Many a Watchful
Night. His lecture here will bear
the same title as his most recent
book, Seeing Things, which was
published last fall.

GOBBLES 'N' JOGGLES:
'By Any Other Name, Garg
Smells the Same,' Fans Say

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THE RT. REV. ROBIN CHEN
Bishop Chen
'Will Deliver
Lecture Here
The Rt. Rev. Robin T. S. Chen,
Assistant Bishop of the Diocese of
Anking, Chinta, will address the
Canterbury Club at 6 p.m., Sun-
day, in the Student Center and
will preach at the Epiphany Light
Service at 8 p.m. in St. Andrews
Church.
Bishop Chen became a Chris-
tian in his youth. After graduat-
ing from Boone University, now
part of Central China College, and
the divinity school then at Wu-
chang, he was ordained and then
spent nearly three years studying
in the United States, at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania and the
Philadelphia Divinity School.
In 1938, the Divinity School be-
stowed an honorary degree on him
but had to award it in absentia
as Bishop Chen, then dean of
Anking's Cathedral of Our Sav-
iour, was shepherding his people
who were fleeing from Japanese
bombing raids.
The Citation accompanying his
degree spoke of "his astounding
mastery of Occidental learning
and his rare ability to express
himself in an acquired tongue."
Bishop Chen assists Bishop Lloyd
R. Craighill in the administration
of a Diocese which includes an
area of over 100,000 square miles
with a population of some fifty
million. During the war Bishol
Chen took up residence in the Free

By PERRY LOGAN
The Gargoyle, which makes a
triumphant return to normality
Monday, is the most popular aca-
demic magazine on campus, a
Daily survey has disclosed.
Telephone calls to prominent
University officials yesterday re-
vealed these intimate inside facts
on why the Gargoyle is not only
well-liked but also eagerly antici-
pated.
"We buy all the Gargles we
can," said the School of Public
Health. "Anything to kill germs."
"The swimming team is very
much interested in the Gurgle,"
the athletic department reported.
"A Gurgle here, a Glub there, we
lose a lot of men that way."
The anthropology department
has always been interested in
trolls, vampires, and Gargoyles.
The University Flying Club is
particularly fond of Goggles.
"We are fascinated by the Jog-
gle," the WAB reported.
"The Giggle? Yes," said the
psych department, "we've been
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trying to explain it for years."
The English department has had
more of the Garble than it knows
what to do with lately.
"You're trying to sell the Gar-
bage?" a restaurant owner
asked. "Deliver six cans."
The mathematics department
reports that its interest in the
Googol is purely academic, the
Googol being the number 1 fol-
lowed by a hundred zeros.
"The Girdle certainly gets
around in our circles," the Spen-
cer people revealed.
The Gobble is a by-word with
the Washtenaw County Consoli-
dated Turkey Raisers.
It should be explained that the
Gargoyle is a humor magazine,
written for the students of the
University of Michigan. It retails
at two bits. It has nothing to do
with the Notre Dame cathedral.
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Engine Society
Elects Gram
Prof. Emeritus Lewis M. Gram,
former chairman of the civil en-
gineering department, has been
named a director of the American
Society of Civil Engineers.
Elected by ballots received by
mail from society members
throughout the country, Prof.
Gram will take office at a four-
day meeting to begin Wednesday
in New York City.
Hold Those Bonds!

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China part of the Diocese, and
during Bishop Craighill's intern-
ment and subsequent release and
visit to America, carried the full
responsibility of diocesan admin-
istration.
Maxine J. Westpahal, counselor
for Episcopal women students, has
invited all Chinese and other in-
terested students to hear Bis ioi
Chen.
isDebate in Ieirniit
Michigan debaters, coached by
Donald C. Kleckner, will present a
demonstration debate today before
the Felician Academy in Detroit.
William Flaskamp and Robert
Dilts will take the affirmative and
Sidney Zilbur and Archie Carmi-
chael the negative on the question,
Resolved: That ,labor should be
given a direct share in the man-
agement of industry.

Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Jan. 15, 17, 18
Evenings at 8:30 - Saturday Matinee at 2:30
Tickets 96c-72c-60c (tax inc.)
SPECIAL RATE FOR STUDENTS WED. EVENING AND SAT. MATINEE, 42c
Box Office Opens Monday 10 A.M. - Phone 6300
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