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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY'

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1949k

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?EV. JOSEPH PORTER:
Minister Aids 'U' Students

By JACKIE OLIVER
Interest in personal counselling
led Rev. Joseph Porter, director of
the Methodist Wesley Foundation,
to go into student religious wok.
Through recognition of the need
for providing a religious at-
mosphere in college, and because
the work appeals to him, Rev.
Porter especially likes to work
with college-age students. Spe-
cializing in this phase of religious
counseling at Yale Divinty School,
he became interested in personal
development of faith.
"I BELIEVE in getting to know
the individual," Rev. Porter said.
Through personal counselling he
hopes to emphasize to future com-
munity leaders the existence of
God in relation to the "pagan
gods," such as popularity or social
interests.
"College students are a dif-
ferent, specialized group," Rev.
Porter stated. "They are build-
ing a philosophy of life, choos-
ing partners, selecting vocations
and establishing standards of
values," he explained.
According to Rev. Porter, the
program of the Wesley Founda-
tion provides a basis for a way
of life-making for Christian
citizenship. He described the
Foundation as "a home away
from home" for Methodist stu-
dents and all other interested stu-
dents on campus.
THE FOUNDATION'S program
this year is attempting to put
Christian beliefs into action as re-
lated to family, friends, other peo-
ple and other organizations. It in-
cludes sending CARE packages to
Europe, community service pro-
jects and student conferences.
Before coming to Ann Arbor
on Aug. 25, Rev. Porter was as-
sociate director of the Wesley
Foundation at the University of
West Virginia, Morgantown, W:
Va.
Previously he attended Emory
University in Atlanta, Ga., and re-
ceived an A. B. degree from Van-
derbilt University, Nashville,
Tenn., where he served as a rural
circuit pastor. His seminary work
was done at Yale Divinity School.

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hornecorning
Entries Due
Thi s Friday
Housing units desiring to enter
homecoming displays in competi-
tion should file entry blanks by
Friday, display chairman Pris Ball,
'51, announced yesterday.
Blanks will reach dormitories,
sororities and fraternities, league
houses and other units Tuesday or
Wednesday, Miss Ball said.
Itemized and estimated costs
not to exceed $20 are required in
the blanks, the chairman pointed
out.
To facilitate the judging pro-
cess this year, men and women's
divisions will have separate judges.
Housing units which do not re-
ceive blanks may contact Miss
Ball at 6922 or Jody Johnson at
2-2569.
Local Stations
To AirTalks
A ten week lecture series, "Psy-
chology in Modern Life," will be
presented at 4:00 p.m. Thursdays
over -WUOM and WPAG.
Prof. H. H. Kelley, of the psy-
chology department, will give the
second lecture on the topic "Clin-
ical Psychology and Personnel
Tiraining."
ORPHEUM
Cinema Triumphs
From All The World
UNLIKE ANY OTHER MOVIE
YOU'VE EVER SEEN .. .
the performers in it
acted with their hearts!
M-G
story of a runaway
kid, an adventur. M

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MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Phone 23-24-1
HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M.

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RATES
DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
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deadline daily except Sat-
3 P.M. Saturdays, 11:30
Sunday Issue.

-Daily-Wally Barth
STUDENT COUNSELOR-Rev. Joe Porter, director of the Meth-
odist Wesley Foundation on campus, talks to two students who
have come to him for consultation. Rev. Porter especially enjoys
working with college students-terming them "a different, spe-
cialized group." He came to Ann Arbor on Aug. 25 from the Uni-
versity of West Virginia, Morgantown, W. Va.
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FOR SALE .
MOTORCYCLISTS
BRITISH POUND DEVALUED
SAVE $195.00
on New British Motorcycles.
Others Selling for Storage Plus
Repair Bills.
Buy N ow! Save Now!
INDIA ,MOTORCYCLE SALES
207 W. Liberty - Phone 2-1748
Open EveningsTill 9:00
21x31 2 RB Series Graflex Camera, $85.
6481. )69
ELECTRIC HEATER-not used, $8. Apt.
7, 1032 Vaughn._Ph. 2-7825.
WINCHESTER .22 pump automatic with
case. In great shape! Best offer over
$16. Call Bernie, 6 to 7 p.m. at 6243.
68
FINE FULL-COLOR reproductions of
great works of art--in the pages of!
LIFE magazine.rSubscribe now at
the special student rates-less than
10c a week-and see these beautiful
features plus many others. Phone 2-
82-42 for full information. Student
Periodical Agency. 3
RIDE TO SCHOOL
Scooters and Motorcycles
Going out of Business.
Everything Reduced,
Mac's Auto Mart, Inc.
730 N. Main Ph. 20065 )29
THEY'RE UNBELIEVABI-E!
The new, American Princess Scarf of-
fers you its Garland Initial design;
two exquisitely handpainted script
initials in roses and forget-me-nots.
Initials are3" on snowy,trayon silk,
edges fringed. The beautiful textile
colors are guaranteed. And these
breath-taking APS are only $2.98!
Three initials $3.98. Specify if neck-
scarf or headscarf. Order now! C.O.D.
dielivery, anywhere! Calderon Studios,
213 Williams Drive, Clarksville, Ind.
72
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY - 1942
Buick Special, new motor. A-1 con-
dition. $850. 3250 Platt Rd., E. Ann
Arbor. 2-5870 after 4 p.m. )54
MAN'S E1NGL.ISH Overcoat. Size 40,
Misses 2 fur coats, black cloth coat,
velvet trim, dresses, sizes 12 and 14.
Clean and good condition. Two pair
ice skates, ski boots. 2 radios. 3110
Dexter Road. Tel. 2-4796. )13,
OPEN DAILY 1:15 P.M.

FOR SALE ROOMS FOR RENT
37 PLYMOUTH COUPE Priced for fast
sale, $200. 1372 Sucury Ct., W.V. )61 SUITE OF ROOMS for four men $7
FOR SALE -1939 station %won Ford). emn 12}i1ia.4r Rie
Highest bid over $200, good condition.4R
Call 2-8694. after 6 p.m. )70 DOUBLE ROOM for men near campus.
TWO Radio Victrola combinations. -_$6 a week. Call 2-8309. .13R
Table models. Good condition. Rea- BRING your week-end guests to the
sonably priced. Ph. 7556 )65 Pierce Transient Home, except for
BLACK Strock winter coat. Black gab- Army and Minnesota games. 1133 East
ardine suit. Both size 14. Excellent Ann. Phone 8144. )9R
condition. Reasonably priced. Ph-
7556. -)65ROOMS available for students' guests.
_- _-._._Football week-ends. Private home ac-
EMERSON combination radio-vie, 2k . commodations. Phone 2-9850. 12:30 tr
yrs. old, original price $110, sell for 1:00. 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. )3R _
$60. Call Jo Peck, 2-3225. )64 -
COLOR PICTURES are beautiful at this H'AVE VACANCIES for four male stu-
time of the year. We have a complete dents. Complete kitchen privileges.
line of films and equipment at thte hoose'on campus. Call 2-2052. )2F
Kodak Departnent. TWO ROOMS Private bath. Garage.
CALKINS FLTCHERQ hm R esDexter
State St. at N. University )5 15e uieRItale D'tR,436
ANKLETS--Crew and turni (lown cuff
from 39c, reinforced nylon heel and LOST AND FOUND
toe. Wools. I9e with nylon reinforced _----- - --
heel and toe. Wool aind cottens from WILL rgnlmn h pce psl
49cLL "gentleman" who0 picked up sil-
49c.Cousins ver bracelet on stairs in Natural
on State St. )2 Science Oct. 5th please contact
PACKARD-Late 1946 Six, Club Sedan. 31511 ex. 215. )16L
Excellent condition. Radio, heater. LOST-Maroon Shaeffer fountain pen.
$995. Box 204 Michigan Daily. )67 Architecture building. Phone 8600
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE-Well main- MacIntosh. )15
tained. All essential accessories. LOST-Glasses, case, carrier ribbon.
Cheap, rapid, dependable transporta- Wednesday morning. Ph. 2-6072. )17L
tion. Priced to sell. Call John Piele-_
meier, 2-4401, )48 LOST-Red wallet. Keep money, please
- _ _ - - ----_ - - - - return contents to Ann Maurer, 914
FOR SALE-A G.E. refrige.rator, circa Hil -50 18L
1940, clean and in excellent working 1111 2-5570)
condition, apartment size. Inspection LOST-Sept. 24, Old Gold Brooch,en-
arranged. Call 2-7560 or write W. B. graved, State Street. Reward. Ph. 2-
Goodman. 618 Packard. )62 1633.
1949 PLYMOUTH DeLUXE--4 door sedan LOST-Silver and black Parker pencil
for sale. All accessoriessincluding between N.S. and E. Quad. Ph. 2-
radiator and heater. Used only 4 4591, Rm. 316. 19L
months. Student leaving country. LOST--One brown corday zipper purse
Phone 4971. )60 containing Schaeffer pen and coin
1947 Crosley-New meotuor cast purse. Call 2-4471, Room 4541. )13L
iron block, dealer guaranteed. Like wisd n u.Poe pi PERSONAL -
new inside and out. Phone, YpslESO A
3996-R.__-_____-)5
}-i;' 53lsh -sed UNSIGHTLY HAIR remov~ed perma-
BICYCLE -Gis En gish sped nently. Short wave method ap-
hand-brak s. Good condition. 714 proved by Am. Med. Ass'n., 5 Nickels
Haven. Phone 2-9580. )44 Arcade. Ph. 2-6696 )12B
FOR SALE-Large collection of slightly -- -
used classical records, reduced price. LEA RN T DANCE
CANARIES, PARAKEETS and TROPI- JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
CAL BIRDS. Bird supplies and cages. 209 S. State Street. Ph. 8161 )1P
Mrs. Ruffins, 562 S. 7th. Ph. 5330. )2B WN IESt ..gmiae1
SALE of Used Typewriters. Come in and noon Fri. 2-7476. )5T
look them over. Reduced up to 50 CAMPUS DANCE STUDIO-Learn or
per cent. Office equipment Service hiprove your dancing. Quick easy
Co., 215 S. Fourth. ) lessons. Phone2-5. Act now. 13P
BETTER BUYS at Sam's Store-All wool FOREIGN STUDENTS-Ideal gifts to
Flannel Pants $6.49. U.S. Navy Sur- send to family, friends or benefactor
plus "T" Shirts 49c. 100% Wool Ath- abroad-subscriptions to TIME IN-
letic Hose 49c. Flannel Shirts $1:79. TERNATIONAL or LIFE INTERNA-
All Wool Army Gloves 59c; Army Navy TIONAL magazines. No worries over
type Oxfords $6.88. Open till 6:30 mailing, customs, or trade restric-
p. 2s. tions. Attractive gift card supplied
SAM'S STORE 122 E. Washington )6 wenyuodrPhe2--4 fr
WANTED TO RENT fullinformation. Student Periodical
Agency. 3B
WANTED APARTMENT-furnished near TUESDAY. OCT. 18-That's the date.
campus. Two ladies. Ph. 2-8451 Sat- Be seeing you at Hill. Danny, Skitch,
urday and Sunday. )2N Dot, Page and the boys. 3B
FOR RENT YOU'LL FIND that TIME tells you not
FOR RENTonly WHAT happened, but also WHY
HOUSE ON EAST SIDE OF TOWN- it happened and what is likely to
attached garage, venetion blinds, six happen NEXT. Read TIME this year
room, in perfect condition,$125 5per at the reduced student rate-only
month. Available now. Ph. 25-7284. $4.75 a year instead of $6.00. Phone
8F 2-82-42 to order your subscription. 3B

BUSINESS SERVICES
PIANO PLAYER at liberty. Union.
Years of experienice, both comnbo and
big band. Ca:ll Bill Riatner, 4797
after 7. )13B
DRAFTING SERVICE
Engineering, charts, Schematic, and
graphs for publication. Ph. 2-9118
afte-r 5 l+. n. )14B
WASHING and/or ironing, done in my
own home. Free pick-up amnd delivery.
Phone 2-9020. )1B
EFFICIENT Expert, prompt typewriter
repair service. Mosely's Typewriter
and Supply Company, 214 E. Wash-
ington. Ph. 5888. )5B
1kILDEGARDE SHOPPE
109 E. Washington
Expert Alterations
C7ustom Clothes
Estab lishedTradition )3B
PALL'::.MUSICAgL REPAIR
Vani Doren Clar. Reeds
Box of 25--$4.50
New and Used Instruments
209 E. Washington )43
DID YOU KANOW?
You are entitled to two FREE lessons in
plain writing whether you enrol,l for
nore training or not and you are NOT
obligated to continue. You may have
all manner of ornate writing donehere.
You are entitled to one half dozen
beautifull engrossed name cards
FREE, mely as a "get acquainted"
offer. You will find my prices are most
reasonable. You are indeed welcome to
drop in ainy clay, excep~t Sunday, from
10 to 7 at 402 Observatory and meet Mr.
Early. Penman for over 30 years. Ph.
2 8606. ) 8B
Indian Songs
For WUOM
'U' Records
Authentic Indian songs have
been recorded by the University
Broadcasting Service, at the Isa-
bella Indian Reservation near Mt.
Pleasant for use in a series of
WUOM programs on Americt.n
history.
William Bender, WUOM Script
Editor, made a special trip to
the reservation to secure these
tape recordings of the songs and
language of the Chippewa Indians
which will be used in training ac-
tors appearing on two broadcasts
in the new series.
THE FIRST which will deal
with Captain Morris' efforts to
prevent a renewal of the Pontiac
War in 1764 is scheduled for Nov.
10 while the story of the siege
of Fort Detroit in 1763 will be
presented Nov. 24.

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REV. PORTER was born in
Talladega, Ala., and his wife,
Lillian, is a native of New Haven,
Conn. Until recently when his 8-
months-old son became the cen-
ter of his attention, photography
was his chief hobby.
Rev. Porter can usually be
found at the Wesley Foundation
headquarters adjoining the
the First Methodist Church. Its
facilities include a, large lounge,
recreation room, 3-room apart-
ment, music room, student di-
rector's office, workroom, social
hall and kitchen.

The Foundation also has access
to the church facilities, includ-
ing the sanctuary and church par-
lqr,
WESLEY Foundation activities
include 'Do Drop In" teas ou
Wednesday afternoons and Bibl4
studies on Wednesday nights.
Open houses or parties. are held
every Friday and hamburger
roasts are scheduled after all
home football games. Student
seminars and a Fellowship sup'
per mark the Sunday program.

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SRA To Hold
Fall Meeting
At LaneHall
The electorate of the Student
Relgious Association will hold
their annual fall meeting at 7:30
p. m. tomor1ow at Lane Hall.
The group represents the 20 re-
ligious guilds on campus. It con-
sists of 350 students who have
completed one semester of "re-
sonsible service in an affiliated
primary group," as specified by
the SRA constitution.
The electorate will recommend
major program emphases for the
1949-50 year. The Executive
Council has appointed leaders for
six program departments on a
tentative program.
They are Tom Dinell, Spec-
Grad, study and discussion;
Judy McWethy, Grad, social
and recreational; Gene Peaslee,
'52A, public relations; Deba
Dutt, Grad, intercultural; Dave
Vanley, relief; and Mary Jane
Mils, outstate.

What's Up in the Dorms

NOW thru TUES!
3:00 - 6:15 & 9:35 P.M.

EDITOR'S NOTE - Con
What's Up In The Dorms
tact Martha Bazar at t
4007 Hinsdale House.
Martha Cook will h
nual, official welcomi
residents at 5 p.m. tod
House director Mr
will deliver a short t
history of the dormi
new girl, escorted by a:
will be presented with
and a rose. After a sh
program a buffet sup
served.

ntributors to THE CEREMONY, which tradi-
should con-
lhe Daily or tionally takes place on the second
Sunday in October, is a memorial
old its an- to William Wilson. Cook who
ng of new financed the building.
day.
s. Diekema Sarah Saswell Angell house held
alk on the its first elections earlier this week.
tory. Each The new dorm officers are Court-,
n older one, ney Sherbrooke, president; Sally
an oak leaf Allerton, first vice president; Flo
ort musical Norris, second vice president;
per will, be Teetah Dondero, secretary; Dale
Vandenburg, treasurer.

Enjoy our
PRIME RIBS OF BEEF
JUICY STEAKS
SEA FOOD
A lienel
DINING ROOM

The
Oarsha BAR Plan
- 1. GOOD FOOD
* * 2. EXCELLENT SERVICE
' * * 3. REASONAFBLE PRĀ°ICE
Your visitors will enjoy a snack
at Marshall's - Newest, Most
Modern Eating Place in A. A.
MARSA LL
235 S. State State Theatre Next to Us 4

START

Thru M
MAT. 30c N
NO. MAIN --OPP. COURT HOUSE
PRESTON FOSTER

TS TODAY
Wednesday
IGIITS & SUN. 40c
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Batman and
" Robin, No. 2
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featuring
IoDM BROWN
AMDREf
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MONTGOMERY CLIFT
ALINE MacMAHON
JARMILA NOVOTNA
in"The Search"
With WENDELL COREY and IVAN MMDOL
ENDING TODAY
MINIATURE
"TRIAL OF DONALD DUCK"
Disney Creation

Plus! 1 30 - 4:45 & 8:00 P.M.
*Ab. Ustarring ANN SOTHERN
ALEXANDER KNOX
Coming WED.!
"THE GREAT GATSBY"
with Alan LADD
Also
"MANHANDLED"
with Dorothy Lamour
WEEKDAY MATINEE 25c
NIGHTS & SUNDAYS 35c

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