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THE MICHTAN DAILY

SUND AY,

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FULL SEMESTER:
Guest Speakers, Conferences
Highlight Student Guild Plans
Release of semester plans of the speakers in the Sunday afternoon
student guilds indicates a pre- programs. Among them will be:
dominane of guest speakers and Prof. fFrenec Kiss, noted ana-
weekend conferences for the cam- tomist from the University of
pus in the spring program. ..Budapest, Hungary; Hans Burki,
Michigan Christian Fellowship guest instructor at Wheaton Col-
will present a number of guest lege, from Zurich, Switzerland;
Dr. Allan MacRae, president of
Faith Theological Seminary; and
Bishop Subhan, of the Methodist
-SRA -To H ol Church in Bombay, India.

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GUILD
NEWS

Mnnual Dinner
National Brotherhood Week of
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews will be observed
ocally when the Student Relig-
ious Association holds its annual
Brotherhood Banquet at 6:30 p.m.
tomorrow.
Students and townspeople will
hear George Schermer, of the
Detroit Inter-Racial Committee,
discuss community efforts toward
iitercultural understanding af-
ter the banquet. Proceeds from
the dinner tickets, which are
priced at $1, will go to the World
Stud4ent Service Fund.
Theninter-faith program, which
will continue on campus in suc-
ceeding weeks, will feature stu-
dent speakers following a theme
of brotherhood and cooperation.
Deadline Set for N.Y.
State Service Exams
New York seniors who are plan-
ping to take the examination for
professional and technicalassist-
ants to enter State service will
have until Saturday to file their
pplications.
Application blanks and com-
plete information may be obtain-
ed at the Bureau of Appointments,
201 Mason Hall.
Only half of the world's total
forest area is made up of soft-
wood and temperate hardwood
forests, according to the Ency-
clopedia Britannica, yet these for-
ests supply 91 per cent of all the
timber cut and used. Tropical
hardwoods furnish the remaining
9 .percent.
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Spring Retreat
MCF will also hold a spring re-
treat with guest speakers at Wal-
denwoods, near Brighton, in April,
and a missionary conference at
Lane Hall in May.
The Lutheran Student Associa-
tion's first guest speaker will be
Dr. Ruth Wick, executive assistant
of the Student Service Commis-
sion of the National Lutheran
Council. On March 14, Miss Edith
Eycamp, Lutheran missionary to
India and recipient of the British
Kaiser-I-Hind award, will speak
to the student group.
Ping Pong
The third weekend in May will
signal a retreat to a nearby camp
site for fellowship and worship
byte hAssociation students.
Some of the highlights of the
Newman Club schedule will be a
ping pong tournament in March,
a St. Patrick's Day party, Hard
Times Dance and Formal Dance.
Officers of the Ohio Valley prov-
ince of Newman Clubs will hold a
weekend convention on May 15.
Continuing its theme of "Chris-
tian Living in the World Com-
munity," the Wesleyan Guild
will undertake four International
Teas, monthly parties with other
campus groups and assistants-
with youth programs innearby
towns. On May 1, the group will
join in a state-wide Convocation
in Lansing.
Gamma Delta, Lutheran stu-
dent club, will hear Alfred T. Wil-
son, president of the Internation-
al Lutheran Laymen's League
next Sunday.
Birthday Ball
Hillel Foundation will open
their program with a Birthday
Ball Saturday at the Union. In
March the group will present Hill-
elzapoppin', musical revue, and
Masquerade Ball in celebration of
the holiday Purim. Sabbath eve-
ning services every Friday and
Corned Beef Corner each Sunday
round out the program.
Freshman Day, for and by
freshman, will be held by the
Roger Williams Guild next Sun-
day. Prof. William Frankena, of
the philosophy department, will
also speak. in Easter play, "The
Dawning," on March 28, and a
spring retreat May 8 have also
been planned.
The Evangelical and Reformed
Guild is planning a meeting with
foreign students soon and an-
other with the Congregational-
Disciples Guild to discuss merger
plans for the two student groups.
At MICHIGAN
JACK
KELLY
smokes
CHESTERF I ELDS
Jack says:
"Chesterfields give the only
complete smoking en joy-
in i."
A nation-wide survey shows
that Chesterfields are TOPS
with College Students from
coast-to -coast.

In conjunction with the World
Day of Prayer to be observed
today, St. Andrews Episcopal
Church will present Rev. John
Burgess, '30, chaplain and pro-
fessor of religion at Howard Uni-
versity in Washington, D.C., in
two talks today.
Rev. Burgess will speak on
"Christianity and Race Relations"
at 10 a.m. in the Student Center.%
At 11 a.m. he will speak on
"Christian Brotherhood" at thet
church. Rev. Burgess is a mem-I
ber of the Bi-racial Commission
of the National Council of the
Episcopal Church and the social
relations department of the
Washington Diocese.
Michigan Christian Fellowship
will hear Rev. Harold DeVries,
of the Grace Bible Church, speak
on, "The Content of the Gospel,"
at the regular Sunday afternoon
meeting at 4:30 p.m. Refresh-
ments will be served following
the talk.
Grace Bible Guild will hold a
meeting and cost supper at 6:15
p.m. today in Fellowship Hall.
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FRIENDSHIP TRAIN BEGINS JOURNEY-Dressed as Abraham Lincoln, Illinois State Represen-
tative William G. Horsley, of Springfield, recites the famous farewell address which the Great
Emancipator delivered from the same spot 87 years ago. The ceremony signaled the start of the
Abraham Lincoln Friendship Train, carrying food for Europe and Asia. At left is G. H. Sido,
railroad official.
Anthropologyv Museum antIs G.I. Souvenirs

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By DOLORES PALANKER
For all you veterans' wives
whose fingers have been itching
to rid your already cluttered-up
homes of those annoying wartime
souvenirs, here's your opportunity.
The Museum of Anthropology
has announced that it will be
happy to relieve anyone of any
collections pertaining to the back-
ground and culture of peoples of
the world.
Melanesian Exhibition
This announcement was prompt-
ed by the exhibition of Melane-
sian art now on display in the
Museum rotunda. The various
bowls, weapons, masks and uten-
sails being exhibited are the con-
tribution of Dr. Justin W. Leon-
ard of the Michigan Institute
for Fisheries Research and Mr.
Kenneth W. Prescott, a graduate.
student of zoology and for the
most part were collected during'
the recent war.
The black-skinned inhabitants
of the islands of the Solomons
group which are the heart of Mel-
anesia are among the best native
artists in the world. Their art
has been hurt but not destroyed
by the invasion of the white man
and the slavery, plantations and
shock of battles such as Guadal-
canal and Bougainville.
Carved Hardwood
Melanesian art is character-
ized by hardwood carved into liv-
ing forms which are stained, pol-
ished and highlighted with shell
and lime designs. The swift-dart-
ing frigate bird, the bonito and
other fish of the island waters are
used as religious symbols and
have deep religious significance.
Among the representative spec-
imens in the display are two elab-
orate wooden bowls forming the
body of a bird and carved from
a single block of wood. There is
TYPEWRITERS
Office and Portable Models
of all makes
Bought,
Rented,
Repaired,
STATIONERY & SUPPLIES
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G. I. Requisitions Accepted

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ROOM AND BOARD
OFFERING meals for girl students. 520
Forest. )55
WANTED-Men to join boarding club
at 1315 Hill. 3 meals $1.80 per day.
Call Mike 2-2252, noon or evening. )49
HELP WANTED
QUALIFIED young woman to tutor
10th grade girl student. Evening
home work. Mention hourly rate in
detailed reply. Box 53. )45
EXPERIENCED men and women coun-
selors for Jewish co-educational sum-
mer camp in Michigan. General and
specialty counselors. Phone 2-8439,
evenings 5-9 p.m. )20
WANTED: Young woman for counter
and fountain work. Student wife
preferred. Campn1s section. I'.
5464 after 4:30 pizn. )3
FOR RENT
HALF Double room, family home. Pre-
fer engineer student. Two blocks from
Union. Ph. 8196. (74)
LARGE DOUBLE ROOM for male stu-
dents. Near Field House. Call 2-0873.
)40
ROOM to rent, two boys. Close in.
Phone 4546. )64
ONE BLOCK from Campus, Half of
Double Room available in new resi-
dence building at 413 Forest, $5 a
week. Contact I J. Nagler at Nag-
ler's Fur Shop. Phone 2-2619. )61
WANTED TO RENT
VET wanting to be married needs
apartment immediately. Call Stover
2-6173. )43j
WANTED - Graduate woman student
and child desperately need housing
for summer 1948 and school year
1948-49. Box 55, c/o Mich. Daily. )78
BUSINESS SERVICES j
PIANO STUDENTS taught by music
school graduates now accepted for
new semester. Beginners and ad-
vanced. Phone 2-0779. )77
WANTED--Sewing, Dressmaking, Alter-
ations or Repairs. Miss Livingston.
315 S. Division. )63
DON'T BE LATE-Get "It's a Date!"
weekly guide to events in Ann Ar-
bor. Send name and address with
$1.00 to Jack Trustman, 1037 Olivia,
Ann Arbor. )15
DEVELOPING AND PRINTING

also a hardwood headrest of the efit humanity with your contri-
type which Melanesians substitute butions whether it be the com-
for pillows. plete skeleton of a prehistoric
So, all you ardent souvenir man or a simple little bowl. The
hunters --- and meticulous hoiuse- Museum of Anthropology will
wives-here's your chance to ben- welcome it with open arms.
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WANTED
TAILS 40 long. Call Maurice Riley,
Ypsilanti 600. )75
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-Dearborn commuters arriv-
ing on campus 9:00 a.m. leaving 4:00
p.m. to ride in 1946 Mercury. De3926.
William Fulton. )12
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Gruen wrist watch between
Burton tower and music school.
Finder pleaserleavedat Music School
office. Reward. )67
WHO TRADED stadium boots during
Wednesday night's rushing? I have
dark brown pair; lost light brown,
Sun Valley Pair. Call 4549, Stockwell.
)71
PARKER Pen and Pencil. Grey. Lost
on campus Wednesday, Jan. 28. Call
Joan Benson, 2-4561. Reward.
LOST - Lusina Watch in Chemistry
Building. Silver spring wrist band.
Reward. 419 Adams House, 2-4401. )52
WILL PERSON who "borrowed" 2 books
(Shakespeare and American Lit.) from
League cloakroom Monday please re-
turn them to Rose Cornish, 2-0379. )50
PARKER 51 Pen. Brown. Lost between
Tappan Hall and Bus. Ad. School.
Phone 9766. Reward. )41
FOR SALE
TUX and Tails, 36 or 37 long. Call
Maurice Riley, Ypsilanti 600. )76
SKIS, Groswold matched hickory, used
five times. Size 5 ft.. 9 in., with cable
bindings. $15. Phone 2-7614. )65
FOR SALE-Engineering drawing in-
struments. Call Irene Kole. 24561.
)68
BICYCLE; new balloon tires; new paint
job; excellent condition, $30. Call
Mansour or Morrill, 20549. )69
1947-5 passenger super deluxe Ford
Club coupe. Perfect condition. Radio
-heater. $1,875. Call W. C. White,
4145. Lawyers Club. )70
UNDERWOOD portable typewriter,
$25.00. Call 6118. )72
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS, practically
unused, $17.50. Call Al, 2-1044, after
8:00 p.m. )73
ONE PAIR size eleven hard toe, pre-
war hockey skates. Used approxi-
mately five times. )38
BABY Parakeets, African Lovebirds, and
Canaries. Also Bird Supplies. 562
South 7th. Phone 5330. )36
BEAUTIFUL Solitaire Diamond Ring.
% carat plus. Yellow gold. Tax-free.
value can be verified. Call 2-8114. )57
FOR SALE-1940 DeSoto 2-door fully
equipped, good condition. Call 2-2330
after 7:30 p.m. )18
ROYAL Portable Typewriter. Modern,
Magic Margins, etc. $60. Call 4866
evenings. )56
FOR SALE-B & L Microscope, triple
objective, mechanical stage. Good
condition. Call 2-7629 after 5:30. )54
KING Cornet-Gold lacquer. Excellent
condition. Tel. 2-4591, 324 Hinsdale
House. )47
FOR SALE: '36 Chev tudor, radio and
heater. Very good condition. Rea-
sonable. Reply Box 54. )46
USED HALLICRAFTERS S-40, in ex-
cellent condition. Will sell or trade,
419 Adams, West Quad. 2-4401. )44
MICROSCOPE: New Bousch and Lomb.
4 objective, mechanical stage, wide
angle ocular. Call 2-8192. )42

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