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THlE MICrnG XN UMEY

SUNDAY, MAftCU 12, 1950

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Religion in Life Week
RELIGION IN LIFE WEEK - MARCH 12-16
SUNDAY, MARCH 12
Church Services. Guild Meetings
MONDAY, MARCH 13
4:15 p.m,-Radio Panel Discussion.. .Interfaith Executive Com.
4:00 p.m,-Seminars:
"The Christian Faith and Its Contemporary Alterna-
tives"..........Dr. V. R. T. Ferm, Rackham Building
"A Philosopher's Approach to Faith" Dr. Robt. Smith
Rackham Building
5:10 p.m.-"A Student and His Faith"...... Dr. V. R. T. Ferm
Congregational Church,
8:00 p.m.-"Christian Science:- the Science of God's Abundant
Provision"............ Harold Molter, Rackham Hall
8:30 p.m.-Campus Assembly:
"Religion in the World Crisis".. Dorothy Thompson
Hill Auditorium
TUESDAY, MARCH 14
4:00 p.m.-Seminars:
"New Testament in the Twentieth
Century".......Dr. Milton Froyd, Rackham Building
5:10 p.m.-"Faith Speaks to World Problems". .Dr. Robt. Smith
Congregational Church
7:30 p.m.-Testimonial (Open) Meeting:
Christian Science Organization, Lane Hall
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15
4:10 p.m.-Seminars: "Christian Science and Its Place in
Student Life".... James Witt, Rackham Auditorium
4:30 p.m.-Radio Program, WUOM: "Let's Talk About Books"
5:10 p.m.-Seminar: "Faith and Christian America"
Dr. John S. Everton, Congregational Church
THURSDAY, MARCH 16
4:00 p.m.-Seminar: "The Hydrogen Bomb and World Peace"
Dr. John S. Everton, Henderson Room, League

BACK IN 1862:
Reveal History of 'Big
Puddingstone'_Memorial

By ROBERT VAUGHN
Over on the northwest corner of
the diag rests "the big pudding-
stone," lasting memorial of the
class of 1862.
Nearly ninety years ago spirited
students, with the assistance of
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Passover Rite
Students wishing to participate
in the special Passover meal plan
during the week of April 1 to 7 at
Lane Hall must file their reserva-
tions with Hillel Foundation by
March 21, Foundation officials
announced.
Reservations for the two Seders,
including services and dinner, and
daily Passover lunches and din-
ners can be obtained by calling the
Foundation at 3-4129.
The Passover holiday, commem-
orating the Exodus of the Jwish
people from Egyptian bondage
over three thousand years ago, is
observed by the eating of matzoh
(unleavened bread ) and other spe-
cial dishes prepared in accordance
with the dietary law.

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five teams of horses, a giant sled
and handfuls of snow, worked
furiously to bring the huge, seven-
ton boulder to campus.
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IT'S DIFFICULT to say exact-
ly where the students found the
jasper-conglomerate stone because
reports vary. But it was apparent-
ry excavated from somewhere in
the vicinity of the old county jail
in the north section of Ann Arbor.
At the suggestion of a profes-
sor who pointed out that the
stone was peculiarly typical of
the state of Michigan, the class
of '62 hired teamsters Amon
West and David Knowland to
negotiate the job.
Five teams of horses were hitch-
ed to a snow sled and the "Big
Rock" was levered aboard.
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SNOW, which had been expected
to make the transfer less difficult,
suddenly began to melt and the
sled runners cut through thin ice,
and grated harshly on gravel.
Traveling with the teamsters,
students scooped up snow with
their hands wherever they could
along the route and packed it
down into a track for the sled's
runners.
Horses, teamsters and students
toiled two full days before the
rock was finally rolled onto its
historic site.
The buildings around the "Big
Rock" have changed considerably
since Civil War days, and eighty-
eight years of weathering has
sanded the memorial's inscription
down, but if you/look carefully you
will see that "the puddingstone"
still has "Class of 1862" scratched
on its bulging side.
Haber To Talk
SPensions
Prof. William Haber, of
the economics department, will
discuss "Collective Bargaining
Pensions vs. Public Social Securi-
ty" at the next meeting of the
Economics Club, 7:45 p.m. Monday
in the Rackham Amphitheater.
Following the lecture, discussion
and questions from the audience
will be heard. The club urged that
all staff members, and advanced
students in economics or business
adminisration attend. The lec-
ture is open to the public.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
ill:00 a.m. Saturdays).
SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 109
Notices
Emma M. and Florence L. Ab-
bott Scholarship: This scholar-
ship is available to undergraduate
women students who have been
residents at the University for at
least one semester and who meet
the qualifications defined by the

donor. Further information and
application blanks may be obtain-
ed at the Scholarship Division,
Office of Student Affairs, 1059
Administration Bldg. Applications
must be returned by Mar. 31.
Kothe-Hildner Annual German
Language Award offered to. stu-
dents in courses 31, 32, 33, 34, 35,
and 36. The contest, a translation
competition (German-English andl
English-German) carries two sti-
pends of $30 and $20 respectively,
and will be held from 3 to 5 p.m.
Tues., March 28, Rm. 108 Tappan
Hall. Students who wish to com-
pete and who have not yet handed
in their applications should do so

immediately in Rm. 108 Tappan
Hall.
Eight Graduate Fellowships in
Social Administration, sponsored
by the National Tuberculosis As-
sociation and leading to admin-
istrative positions in voluntary
health associations, have been an-
nounced by Wayne University. The
annual stipend is $1,200. Seniors
in Political Science, who are in-
terested, should contact Dr. George
Peek, Angell Hall, Mon.,'and Wed.,
Mar. 13 and 15, 3-4 p.m.
Representatives of the Bureau of
Appointments and Occupational
Information would like to meet
with the non-professional and non-
technical men in 231 Angell Hall,
4:10 p.m., Tues., Mar. 14, to dis-
cuss job opportunities.

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THE LOVE
STORY OF
A GIRL WHO
PASSED FOR
WHITE. -4

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CINEM
Ph. 5651

ENDING TODAY
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starring
JEANNE CRAIN - ETHEL BARRYMORE
ETHEL WATERS - WILLIAM LUNDIGAN
Shown at 1:30-4:20-7:10-10:00
Plus
GEORGEOUS GEORGE
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CHAMP"
Shown, at 3:20-6:10-9:00

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MOTHER DIDNT TELL ME..

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is one of those early-in-season pictures, so
well remembered at year's end that it is
prominently mentioned on all "most enjoyed"
lists. Produced in the tradition of "Belvedere
Goes to College," "Leler to TJhree Wives"

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cult: 6'Sittin

Iretty," it stars a gIamorous

Dorotly Mc(uire, excel ing her performances
it "Claudia" and "Gentleman's Agreement."
And brings her into the arms of William
Lundigan, fresh from his triumph in "Pinky."
Here is a picture to bring new joy, warmth
and laughter to your heart.

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tell you tlhat . .

. "MOT H ER DIDN'T TELL ME" is Delightful,
starriniq Dorothy Mc(Guire and William Luncigan,

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