SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1949
'CENTER OF ACTIVITIES':
The Rev. Zendt Cites Growth of Church
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with ROZ VIRSHUP
By JACKIE OLIVER
A growing and active church isl
the center of many interests, ac-
tording to the Rev. F. E. Zendt,
minister of the Memorial Chris-j
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MR. ZENDT cited the develop-
ment of an increasing Christian
program as the most outstanding
achievement made in his church
in the past five years.
"Improvements in this field
have been the establishment of
a youth fellowship for high
school students, a graded school
church, Laymen's League and
support of the local, state, na-
tional and world Council of
Churches," the minister added.
An activity sponsored this year
by the Christian Church or the
Disciples of Christ, as it is na-
tionally known, is the Barnaby
Club. Mr. Zendt explained that
this organization is a cooperative
eating group which originated in
"WHEN FACILITIES were found
to be inadequate for the number
Who wanted to eat there, we de-
cided to let the young people use
the church basement," he added.
Now 60 students eat lunch and
dinner every day. They also use
the social hall for speakers, dis-
cussion groups and talent shows.
TheMemorial Christian Church
was built in 1890 on S. University
opposite Alumni Memorial Hall.
In 1924 when the Law Quadrangle
was built, the University moved it
to its present location on Hill and
BORN IN GALESBURG, Illi-
nois, Mr. Zendt was well-versed in
the Christian Church at an early
age since his father was a minis-
ter for 50 years. Graduating from
Knox College in business admin-
istration, he did graduate work in
religion at Butler University and
Yale Divinity School. ,
Mr. Zendt served as the first
president of the Student Workers
Association of Disciples of Christ,
president of the Arkansas Conven-
tion of Christian Churches, and
national dead for summer con-
ferences. He has also written sev-
eral articles for the Arkansas State
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Heralded as something new in thony" on the hour long, combin-,
radio, the variety show with a ation advisory clinic and talent
purpose, "This is Broadway", show for "would be-s" and "have
made its airwave debut at 9:30 beens" of the theatrical world-
p.m. Wednesday on CBS. show folk facing "career quan-
Clifton Fadiman plays "Mr. An- dries."
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A new Lutheran chapel of the
Missouri Synod will open officially
at 4 p.m. today at 1523 Washtenaw
The Rev. E. H. Voss of Saginaw,
chairman of the chapel cam-
paign committee, will speak. The
Rev. Carl Brauer, pastor of the
St. Paul's Lutheran Church, will
be the liturgist.
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CORNERSTONE LAYING cere-
monies will be conducted by the
Rev. Alfred T. Scheips, pastor of
the University Lutheran Chapel.
The chapel choir, directed by
Marylyn Ruff, '50SM, will sing.
The new chapel is a project of
the Michigan District of the Mis-
souri Synod Lutheran Church.
The building has a seating ca-
pacity of 211 with 100 auxiliary
seats. It also has a large student
center for Gamma Delta activi-
ties and a six-room apartment for
* * *
APPROXIMATE COST of the
project is $275,000. Since 1943 the
Lutheran chapel has been located
at 1511 Washtenaw, adjacent to
the new building.
ADVICE SEEKERS aired their
dilemmas, then displayed their
talent while the panel mulled over
the problems at hand.
Scriptless and trying hard at
spontaneous, theatre shop-talk,
the board handed down such
expert advice as "keep at it,
you have no problem at all,"
and "stay as sweet as you are."
"This is Broadway" HAS got a
purpose. It gives little known and
forgotten talent a chance to be
heard. Judging from the first
broadcast it offers some pretty
' * * *
UNFORTUNATELY the con-
trived Broadway board of media-
tion framework doesn't quite hang
Mary Martin and Ezio Pinza
will take the night off from the
Broadway musical "South Pacific"
to sing the popular show tunes on
the Telephone Hour (8 p.m. Mon-
Charles Dickens' "Great Expec-
tations" will be retold on "Tell it
Again" (10:30 p.m. Saturday,
The Student Arts Festival, pre-
sented by the Inter-Arts Union,
will end with a program at 3 p.m.
today in the League Ballroom and
an open forum discussion this eve-
ning at Lane Hall.
Student musical compositions,
two short panels and a perform-
ance by the student Modern Dance
Group will be featured in this af-
Marshall Fredrick, sculptor from
Cranbrook Academy, will direct
the first panel on "The Role of
the Designer in Contemporary So-
ciety." The second panel will be
composed of Prof. George For-
sythe, Juana de Laban, Prof. Oliver
Edel and Prof. Louise Cuyler.
Prof. DeWitt Parker, Prof. Aus-
tin Warren, Prof. Oliver Edel, and
Robert Shedd, Grad., former Hop-
wood Prize winner, will conduct
An exhibit of student paintings
and sculpture will be open to the
public all day in the League Ball-
CHURCH LEADER--The Rev. F. E. Zendt opens the door of the
Memorial Christian Church on Hill and Tappan. Since 1944
he has served as pastor of the Disciples of Christ, national name
of the church. The Barnaby Club, a cooperative eating group
which originated in Lane Hall, now has its headquarters in the
Christian Church. The club moved to the church when its num-
bers grew too great for Lane Hall.
"SOUTH PACIFIC" STARS ON AIR-Mary Martin and Ezio
Pinza will be guest soloists on NBC's "Telephone Hour", Monday,
May 16. They will sing hit tunes from the new Broadway
musical "South Pacific".
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SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1949
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The doctoral dissertation micro-
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action of the Board of Regents.
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