THE MICHIGAN DAILYAILYAT
Daniel Williams To Speak
To Religious Group Tonight)
Prof. Daniel Day Williams, pro-
fessor of Systematic Theology at
Union Theological Seminary in
New York City, will speak to the
combined student religious foun-
,dations at 8:15 p.m. tonight at the
Presbyterian Chuch, 1432 Wash-
"Does the University Need the
Church?" is the topic which Prof.
Williams will discuss.
He was brought to the campus
by the Office of Religious Affairs
and will deliver a University lec-
ture on "Main Issues in Christian
Thought Today" at 4:10 p.m.
Tuesday in Aud. B, Angell ]Hall.
ZETA PHI ETA - National
Speech Arts Fraternity for won-
en will present its first Reader's
Theater at 3 p.m. today in 2508
Poetry readings will be given
by Profs. Claribel Baird, La Mont
Okey and John Sargent.
JAZZ GROUP - The Modern
*# Jazz Society will meet at 8 p.m.
tonight in the Union. New mem-
bers are welcome at this meeting,
at which a live jazz group will' en-
* * *
LIFE' GUARD-Members of the
Life Guard Corps will meet at
7:15- p.m. Tuesday in the Women's
Pool to plan life guarding sched-
ules' for tihe next eight weeks.
Interested women who hold Wa-
ter Safety Instructors certificates
are also invited to attend.
The lecture will be sponsored
jointly by the Faculty Committee
for Studies in Religion and the
Office of Religious Affairs.
"Theology" is the topic which
will be discussed by the graduate
group of the Congregational Dis-
ciples Guild when Prof. Williams
meets with them at 8 p.m. tomor-
row at the Guild House on Thomp-
Also on the theologian's agenda
is a meeting with the Christian
Federation Advisors and a faculty
luncheon where he will discuss
"Theology and a Higher Educa-
Prof. Williams, teacher, preacher
and lecturer, began his career as a
Congregational minister. In 1938
he left the pastorate to become
Dean of the Chapel and instructor
of religion at Colorado College.
From 1939-54 he was professor
of Christian Theology in Chicago
Theological Seminary and the
Federated Theological Faculty of
the University of Chicago. He has
been at Union since 1954.
His two best known published
works are "God's Grace and Man's
Hope" and "What Present - Day
Theologians are Thinking." He is
a frequent contributor to the mag-
azines. Journal of Religion, The
Christian Century and Review, of
The International Center's an-
apual Christmas trip for interna-
tional students will be from Dec.
26 to Jan. 3 this year according to
Helen Tjotis of the center.
Shirts, Suit Patterns,
Colors Aid in Choice
Of Proper Neckwear
By NANCY VERMULLEN
Ever stand in front of a tie rack
and wonder which tie to wear?
You won't have to rack your
brain over that rack if you keep
a few style rules in mind when
Stick to solid colors with neat
under-the-knot or side effects for1
striped business shirts and popu-I
lar three-button striped wool-
patterns in neckwear are always in
Solid-color ties go best with
small checked business shirts and
solid wool-worsted suits. All-over
textured ties harmonize with solid
shirts sand striped wool-worsted
suits. Diagonal striped cravats go
well with fine-line striped shirts,
but make sure the tie is dark for
In almost every case, a dark tie
looks best with a light suit and a
lighter tie is right for a dark suit.
With a drab fabric you can empha-
size brightness in the tie; with a
bright suiting wear a more subdued
In the case of a suit or jacket
with several colors in the fabric,
try to pick out one of these and
match or harmonize the tie with
Avoid duplicating the pattern of
the suit in the tie. For instance,
with checks don't wear a check tie
or a striped tie with a suit with a
strongly defined stripe. Wear in-
stead either a solid color or a tie
with an unobtrusive, yet totally
Lending distinction to the array
of lightweight wool challis ties are
neat foulard patterns, Ivy in ap-
pearance, in colors to harmonize
with today's suit tones.
Really special are the slim wools
trimmed with leather. Wear one to
accessorize an Oxford cloth but-
ton-down collar shirt and wool
cheviot sports suit and you'll be
grooming yourself for success.
Just remember that ties should
harmonize with the suit and the
occasion, and you won't find them
such a "knotty" problem after all.
LINOLEUM, wall tile, shades, venetian
blinds installed properly. Murphy
Brothers, 320 E. Liberty. NO 8-6725.
Special two drawer files for students.
314 S. State
Specialties -- 24 hour service
News Letters- -hStationery
Fraternities - Sororities
Invites - Programe
Posters - Tickets
ROACH PRINTING - Ph. NO 8-8132
415 Detroit (opposite Farmer's Market)
504 First National Bldg.
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
2007 South State NO 2-3350
Bumping and Painting
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business. At-
las tires, batteries and accessories.
Warranteed & guaranteed. See us for
the best price on new & used tires.
Road service - mechanic on duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-9168 }S3
While You Wait Service
Get your hats cleaned - Suits pressed
Shoes repaired and shined -
Fine Tailoring, 119 East Ann Street
Phone: Business NO 8-6966
30 years in same location1
(opposite court house)
ANY FUR STYLE made quickly. Your
fur or ours. Accessories for sale.
515 E. Liberty NO 5-5729
WILLIS PACKING CO.l
Huron River Branch
Freezer Lockers for Rent
331 E. William, Ann Arbor
Call Huron River plant for
Home Freezer Meats & Vegetables
DON'T BE CAUGHT BY
COLD WEATHER. GET YOUR
Golden's Service Station 601 Packard
GET our price and quality on new or
HICKEY'S SERVICE STATION
30 N. Main cor. Catherine NO 8-7717
FOR RENT: Graduate women or work-
ing girls. Large, clear, newly furn-
ished double room. Available Imme-
diately. NO 3-6362. )C58
MALE STUDENTS WANTED
to share large furnished campus
apartment. Excellent location. Rent
includes all utilities. Phone NO 5-
ROOMS FOR RENT. Male students.
One half block from campus. Cook-
ing privileges. 417 E. Liberty. )C57
FOR RENT-2 large, clean pleasant
rooms with bath in private residence
for women students or nurses. Near
campus. Call NO 2-7282. )C55
CLEAN, COMFORTABLE, single room
in quiet, private home. Near campus.
$12 per week. Male student. NO 3-
IDEAL FOR FOUR students thru sum-
mer session. Two bedroom apartment
unfurnished. Includes stoverefriger-
ator, heat and water. Available Nov. 1
and lease thru August 31, 1958.
$142.50 per month. Coin operated
laundry facilities and swimming pool.
1500 Pauline Blvd. See caretaker.
ATTENTION STUDENTS - TRAILER
SPACE AVAILABLE. Car pool now
forming, excellent water and road.
20 minutes east of Ann Arbor. Mich-
igan at Hagerty Rd. Canton Mobile
Village, Wayne, Michigan. )1
DANCE CLASS - The Modern The trip will include three days
Dance Club will initiate a co-rec- in Washington, D.C. followed by
reational modern jazz dance class three days in New York City.
at 8:15-p.m. Tuesday in the dance There will be home hospitality in
room of Barbour Gym. Washington for those interested,
The class will be taught by Lou Miss Tjotis said.
McKush Ann Arbor professional Further information can be ob-
dancer and owner of a dance tained from Miss Tjotis in Rm. 18
studio. l of the International Center.
to House Managers
Fraternities and Sororities
We specialize in
* NEW FURNITURE:
Rugged Built -AU.S. Naugahyde Covered
or Fabric if you choose
warranted to be the BEST: U. S. Naugahyde
and hundreds of fabrics of choose from.
We Re-Build or Exchange the Construction
in Leather or fabric Cushions to Solid foam.
* ACADEMIC BALLET
Phone NO 8-8066
Michigan Theatre Bldg. Y
Aclearance of broad loom
carpets and room sized rugs.
Save up to 50%.
SMITH FLOOR COVERING
207 E. Washington NO 3-5536
TYPEWRITER REPAIR and service;
pick up and delivery. Moseley Type-
writer Service. 204 N. 4th Avenue.
NO 3-5888. )J30
BUY AND RENT your typewriter and
have your typewriter repaired at the
MORRILL'S - 314 S. State )J33
PETS AND SUPPLIES
BABY PARAKEETS and breeders. Ca-
naries. Cages and supplies. AKC
Beagles. 305 W. Hoover. NO 2-2403.
NEW BLACK variatus arriving. New
shipment of plants. Tropical fish,
water newts, alligators, aquariums
and supplies, monkeys, hamsters, etc.
328 East Liberty NO 3-0224
(Open daily except Thursday)
FOR SALE-tame pet fox. Has had dis-
temper shots, etc.
328 E. Liberty NO 3-0224
FOR SALE-Man's beaver fur coat in
good condition, medium size. Price
$100. Write Box 111, Sehewaing, Mich-
FOR SALE-Roller Skates, all leather
shoe, 812D. Call 5-5077. )B60
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks, 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
FOR SALE-Grey Cotton rug 11'6" x 13'.
$30.00. Call NO 2-1201. )B57
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Watch, Wega, Black and white
plaid band. Lost Tues. night. Call
NO 2-3165. )A51
LOST: Lost Tuesday. Tan envelope
purse contents indispensible to own-
er, Keep money. Return to Mosher Hall
desk. No questions asked. )A50
LOST-Two AEPhi pins. If found call
NO 2-2545. )A49
LOST-Brown wallet. Contents impor-
tant. Reward. Call NO 2-2539. )A29
LET US ADVISE YOU
Quality work over 25 years
Phone NO 2-4706
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.j - of
is on its way!
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electricity of holiday excitement filling the air.
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