THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Jackson Churches Sponsor
Pastoral Training Program
Pastors of churches in and
around Jackson began a six-day
clinical pastoral training program
Monday, October 15 at Foote Hos-
pital in Jackson, according to
Chaplain Malcolm B. Ballinger of
Chaplain Ballinger is in charge
of the program, which will con-
tinue for six successive Mondays
during October and November. The
Ministerial Associations of Jack-
son and Foote- Hospital are joint-
ly sponsoring the training pro-
Pastors meet at the hospital
each Monday and attend classes
taught by doctors, nurses, hos-
pital administrators, chaplains,
and other professional people who
minister to the sick. The pastors
make bedside calls on patients and
dicuss with Chaplain Ballinger the
various problems and opportuni-
ties which these calls afford.
The pastors also gain some first-
hand experience in the hospital by
serving as orderlies for two days.
During their orderly experience
they see the life of the patient in
the hospital and observe the func-
tions of the various hospital per-
sonnel. Opportunities are afforded
them also to observe surgical op-
erations, delivery of babies, autop-
sies, and various other hospital
Similar clinical pastoral training
programs have been conducted in
Bronson Methodist Hospital in
Kalamazoo, Pontiac General Hos-
pital, Byer Memorial Hospital in
Ypsilanti, Harper Hospital in De-
troit, and other hospitals. Chap-
lain Ballinger reports he has more
requests for such programs than
he can fulfill. Pastors who partici-
pate in the programs enthusiastic-
ally endorse the program as most
helpful to them in making pastoral
calls in hospitals and in homes.
Folk Singer Gives
Pete Seeger, noted ballad and
folk singer, will give a concert at
8 p.m. Monday in the Masonic'
Seeger is know for his sensitivity
to folk music tradition and ability
to transmit the ageless quality of
the folk song in his performances.
Tickets for the concert are avail-
able at the Music Center at Thayer
and the Lisle office in Lane Hall.
H. Glenn Ludlow, new director of
the University's Bureau of Ap-
pointments, recently announced
plans of the Bureau for 1956-57.
"We intend to build on the
strengths of former operations and
make certain changes and exten-
sions to keep up with the growing
enrollment," Ludlow said.
Ludlow, who was appointed in
June to replace retiring Luther
Purdom as the Bureau's director,
said "Due to increasing enrollment,
we have been expanding our pres-
He said the Bureau of Appoint-
ments was particularly expanding
its program in regard to seniors at
the University. Ludlow said the
Bureau attempts to find job op-
portunities for all seniors who re-
quest such aid.
In addition, the Bureau runs a
summer placement service. Inter-
views for summer jobs in resorts,
camps, business and industry, are
usually held in the Union, and
feature representatives of leading
business firms throughout the
Students who attend the inter-
views receive information about
the jobs available to them and are
also surveyed by the interviewer.
Major IV Accepts Honors
At Special Birthday Party
HUNGOVER-The guest of honor at Delta Tau Delta's canine
birthday party yesterday takes a moment to recoup.
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By DALE McGHEE
Frivolity prevailed and Major IV
calmly accepted plaudits as the
King of the Day.
Complete with balloons, frank-
furters and cider and about 15
canine guests, Delta Tau Delta
fraternityuheld a festive front-
lawn birthday party yesterday af-
ternoon for their two-year-old
Great Dane, Major.
As the appointed hour drew near
with many guests still absent, sev-
eral nervous whispers of anxiety
rustled through the crowd. Major,
meanwhile was inside at his toi-
Gradually they all arrived. A
low sports car pulled up to the
curb and out stepped Sigma Phi's
dog, Humphrey Henry Howland
Crapo Christie III, in a black felt
derby complete with a valet (hu-
man) in "white tie and tails."
Tex, newly pledged mongrel of
Theta Xi, rose from her sick bed
to be with the group. She centain-
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ly managed to put up a good front,'
but those in the know were fully
empathetic with her condition.
A white jacketed "custodian,"
with shovel and rake in hand, cir-
culated to make sure the party
was kept clean and under control.
Mister," said a young (nineish)
lady tugging at the reporter's
shirt, Major's wearing my father's
pajamas. This is my dog Heidi and
I'm Ginny Nutt and I live right
After a solemn parade by the
guests around the roped-off ring,
matters really got down to "brass
tacks" by commencing with the
Delta Chi's dachshund Henryl
won the canine version of musical
chairs (which was much too com-
plicated to try to explain).
Neighborhood dog Jacque won
the social finesse contest (also too
complicated to explain, but in-
volving manners in eating a frank-
Finally to the accompaniment
of a brass bind (one trumpet, one
trombone) everyone, well everyone
who could, sang "Happy Birthday,
Major," the cake was cut and the
party was over.
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Vittorio De Sica's Greatest Film
"A Masterpiece"--Time Magazine
"Best Foreign Film of the Year."
N.Y. Critics Award "UMBERTO D"
Office 214 E. Washington
Ann Arbor's Professional
Arena Theatre TONIGHT thru Nov. 4
Introducing Playwright Denis Cannan
6588 Jackson Rd.
Friday to Sunday
Late Show Saturday 11P.M.
FRANCIS IN THE
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Memberships also at Marshall's Bookstore, Music Center, Artisans, Grinnell's
For Those Who Care
Tues. & Thurs. Evenings
Ph. NO 2-7538
1108 So. University
Tonight 7:00 and 9:00
Sunday 8:00 only
"TILL WE MEET AGAIN"
Ray Milland and Barbara Brillon
Architecture Auditorium 50c
Monday, 8 P.M., Rackham Am-
phitheatre. Membership in the
Gothic Film Society is by sub-
scription, at$5.00, to a series
of 1 0 films, of which "The
General" is the first. Subscrip-
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day evening, before the show-
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call NO 3-1353 or NO 3-1430.
DIAL NO 2-3136
ENDS TONIGHT AT 8 P.M.
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
300 P.M.T. 28, ADM. DONALD B. MacMILLAN NORTHEN LIGHTS"
The Famous Admiral Takes Us To The Arctic Aboard His Schooner "Bowdoin"
SUN., NOV. 11, A E "THE BEAUTIFUL
3:00 P.M. CURTIS N G BLUE DANUBE"
An Enchanting Cruise From Germany's Lovely Black Forest To Austria's Gay Vienna
The 2 year run
with the original
SUN., DEC. 9, 3:00 P.M.
by Carlisle Floyd, just given its professional premiere this
month by the N.Y. City Opera Co., and which has the
musical world talking in superlatives.
Susannah will replace "The Tempest,"
originally scheduled as the Sunday matinee
offering, Sunday, November 11
The Best of Denmark's Scenic Grandeur and True-Life Stories Of Its People
SUN., JAN. 27, 3:00 P.M.
DOWN THE NILE"
Marvelous Films Of The Only Expedition Down The Entire 4,200-Mile Nile River
SUN., FEB. 17, 3:00 P.M.
Persons who have already ordered
tickets for "The Tempest" will
have the option of receiving tick-
ets to "Susannah" or requesting
a refund and will be so notified
"Susannah" is a modern dramatic
version of the opocroyphal story
of "Susannah and the Elders,"
its scene laid in New Hope Val-
The story powerfully suggests
that the U.S. Puritan heritage has
conditioned us to suspect anyone
who is a little different, to equate
non conformity with wrongdoing
The great soprano star, Phyllis
Curtin, has the leading role, ably
supported by baritone Norman
Triegle and tenor Jon Crain.
Acclaimed the Finest Film of Japan, One Of The Most Beautiful Places In The World
SUN., MAR. 10,
COAST TO COAST"
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