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YSUNDAY, JUL'

V~ 24, 1932

43 Ordnance
Officers Meet
HereJuly 31
Forty-three regular and reserve of-
ficers of the Army Ordnande depart-
ment will arrive at the University o-_
July 31 for the annual two week Or-
dnance Training period, according tc
Prof. Alfred H. .White", colonel of or-
dnance reserve, and professor of
chemical engineering in the Univer-
sity.
Not drills and parades, but hard
study on problems of the chemistry
and metallurgy of explosives and
metals will be the order of the day.
The manufacture and loading of
shells for artillery is the special
problem assigned these technical
men of the Army.
Church in the Development of Sum-
mer Study" at the Student Guild at
6:30 p. m. today. Fellowship hour
will follow.
Presbyterian Students: Professor
Howard Y. McClusky will conduct
the meeting this evening at the
Church House (1422 Washtenaw).
Social hour at 5:30.
Unitarian Service: ,"W h a t's On
Our Young People's Minds" will be
the last of three addresses by the
Reverend W. H. Gysan, Unitarian
Church at 10:45 this morning.
Liberal Students Union: Robert C.
Angell, of the Department of Socio-
logy, will speak on "Marriage and Its
Problems in Modern, Life" to the
Liberal Students Union, Unitarian
Church, corner State and Huron Sts.,
at 7:30 Sunday evening. There will
be refreshments and a social hour
after the discussion.
Reformed Students: Church serv-
ice will be conducted Sunday morn-
ing by Mr. B. Kruithof at the Phi
Alpha Kappa fraternity on 1000 East
Ann St. The Service will begin at 10
o'clock.
St. Andrew's Church Sunday Serv-
ices: 8:00 a. m. The Holy Commun-
ion; 9:30 a. m. Summer School of
Religion for children, 11:00 a. m.
Kindergarten; 11:00 a. m. Morning
prayer and sermon, by the Reverend
Henry Lewis, "The Problem of Self-
Control."
Classes in Religious Instruction:
10:00 a m., Harris Hall, Christian
Biography, leader Miss Ellen Gam-
mack. 8:00 p. m., The Rectory 725
Oxford Rd., Christian Philosophy of
Life, leader the Reverend Henry
Lewis.
SWIM at
Newport Beach
Portage Lake

Governor cat Siege of Indiana Mine

(Associated Press ViLoto)
Gov. Harry G. Leslie of Indiana is shown with Mrs. Irwin Coffey
(left) and Mrs. Emil Coffey, YiIves of miners who were besieged for two
days in a coal mine near Dug ger, Ind.; by more than 1,000 union sym-
pathizers.
omance Tat es Place of Parent
Match-aking Hinawaii Today

HONOLULU, July 23.--- (AP) -
Cupid, with some able assistance
from modern America, hsis kicked
the props from under o-,nie of the
orient's oldest customs arid hoisted
the banner of romance i:i place of
parental match-making.
I Here in Hawaii, wher u, Mr. Kip-
ling to the contrray notwlithstanding,
east meets west on tomraon ground,
when a Japanese youth sees a maid
who fills his-eye, he sim ply tells her
about it. He doesn't -'ait for par-
ental approval.
And if a Japanese lass sees a
youth who warms the cockles of her
heart she, no different in this respect
from her Caucasian Sisters, finds
ways of letting him know without
unseeming boldness.
It's all a part of tho melting proc-
ess and the commingling of east with
west, according to the Rev. Katsuyo-
shi Miyao of Honolulu, who has set
a record for joining members of his
race in matrimony. He estimates he
has preformed over 6,000 Japanese
wedding ceremonies in the last 25
years.
Gone is the day in Hawaii when
Japanese boys and girls were forced
into marriages of convenience, al-
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though the practice still may go on
in Japan, he said.
"Until seven or eight years ago I
knew cases where Hawaiian-born
Japanese were compelled to marry
strangers with arrangements strictly
between parents," Mr. Miyao said.

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ALMOST' a fraternity man. Almost a class
leader.'And on the tough college courses, he
almost made the grade~ .What was wrong?
Loss of energy, listlessness, lack of appe"
tite Aare signs of constipation. Personalities
are clouded. Class and campus life are
seriously handicapped. e
But you can banish constipation so easily.
Just eat a delicious cereal. Kellogg's ALL.
BRAN. Two tablespoonfuls daily are guaran-
teed to give relief. Ask that it be served at
your fraternity house or campus restaurant.
You'll enjoy Kellogg's Slumber Music, broadcast over WJZ and
associated stations of the N. B. C. every Sunday evening at 10.30
E. D.S. T. Also KFI Los Angeles, KOMO Seattle at 10.00, and
KOA Denver at 10.30.
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