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TYE$ZAY, SEPTAMBEt 26, 1954
HELD OVERSEAS JOBS:

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAIGE ELEVr N

New Ministers To Lead
Two Campus Churches'

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By NANCY BYLAN
The pulpits of two University
congregations will be occupied by
new ministers this fall.
'The Rev. Dwight S. Large left
a Kalamazoo pastorate to join the
First Methodist Church in June
and two months later the Rev.
Joseph M. Smith, formerly a mis-
sionary in China, came to the
.Memorial Christian Church.
DR. LARGE has recently re-
turned from Palestine where for
-6 months he worked as a member
of the Gaza Relief Unit, organiz-
ed by the American Friends Ser-
vice Committee, at the request of
the United Nations. He had
IFC Textbook
Service Open
Until Friday
T h e Interfraternity Council
book exchange will be open from
10 to 12 a.m. and 1 to 4:30 p.m.
today through Friday in Rm. 3B
of the Union, according to Tony
Palermo, 151, manager.
Students may buy used books
or leave their old books to be sold
at the exchange any day during
the week. The exchange will
charge the seller 10 cents for each
book sold instead of the former 15
per cent commission.
Originally, the book exchange
was scheduled to operate in Rim.
25 Angell Hall, Palermo explained.
The Student Legislature, coopera-
ting with the IFC this year, had
arranged to move the book ex-
change there last spring.
However, the Haven Hall fire
destroyed so much University
space that the Angell Hall room
.as needed for registration pur-
poses this fall.
Despite this difficulty, Palermo{
hoped that the exchange would
be patronized more than ever this
fall.:
"Right now," he said, "we can
use as many books as students
can bring in."
If any books remain unsold by
Friday, Palermo added, they may
be left until next semester when
they will be put on sale again.
Sellers may check at the ex-
change from 10 to 12 a.m. and 1
to 4:30 p.m. Monday to see if their
.books have been sold.
Palermo said he hopes to have]
-checks for sold books in the mail1
by Oct.. 9.

charge of the relief distribution
for 38,000 Arab refugees.
A graduate of Albion College
and Yale Divinity School, Dr.
Large has held pastorates in
Flint, Clarkston, Port Huron
and Kalamazoo before coming
to Ann Arbor.
He is also Dean of the Michi-
gan Pastors' School, a graduate
program for one week of study
for all Methodist ministers of
Michigan, held each year in Sep-
tember at Albion College.
s s S
FIRST HAND experience in
China and the Far East has been
the background of Mr. Smith,
who spent 10 years in that area.
A graduate of Lynchburg Col-
lege, in Virginia, and Yale Di-
vinity School, he held a pastorate
in Virginia before leaving with
his wife for China in 1940.
Evacuated to the Philippines
because of tension-between Ja-
pan and the United States, he
continued his missionary work
there until, shortly after Pearl
Harbor, he was placed in a Ja-
panese civilian internment
camp.
Mr. Smith remained in the
Philippines for several months
after his liberation by American
troops to help with rehabilitation,
after which he came back to this
country to travel and study. Re-
turning to China in 1947, he con-
tinued his work there for two
more years until the imminent
collapse of the Nationalist Gov-
ernment made it necessary for
him to return 'to the states.
Because he hopes someday to
return to China, Mr. Smith want-
ed to settle in Ann Arbor which,
he explained, offers him many
facilities for keeping in touch
with China through Chinese stu-
dent groups and courses in Chi-
nese in which he plans to enroll.
* * *
BOTH MINISTERS are looking
forward to working with congre-
gations composed largely of stu-
dents. Dr. Large's pastorate in
Kalamazoo gave him a previous
contact with a church related to
campus life. In addition he served
as director of the Kalamazoo
Wesley Foundation, the Metho-
dist student group.
He has enjoyed his work with
students, "especially s e e i n g
their response when religion is
expressed to them in shoulder
to shoulder terms," he said.
Although this will be Mr.
Smith's first experience in work-
ing with students, he explained
his interest in them "for the part.
that they are going to play in the
future of the world."

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