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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 13. 1941

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Harold Wethey
Will Give Tallk
Here Monday
Eighteenth Century French
Traditions Is Subject
Of Fine Arte Lecturer
Prof. Harold E. Wethey, chairman
of the Department of Fine Arts, will
lecture to all students and faculty'
members interested, on the sbject,
"french Tradition in the 18th. Cen-,
tury," at 4:10 p.m. tomorrow in Room
D, Alumni Memorial Hall.
In his discussion Professor Wethey
will offer the general characteristics
of French art, and then treat the
classical tradition of the 17th Cen-
tury.
From this point he will move into
the art of the 18th century, which
is more personal and intimate than
that which precedes it.
Chief artists Wethey will discuss
ire Watteau, Boucher, Fragonard,
Chardin and Quentin de la Tour.
This will be the first in a series of
three lectures on French painting,
sponsored by the Department of Ro-
mance Languages. Second speech will
deal with "Post-Impressionism," Mon-
day, July 28; "The School of Paris"
(20th.Century) is to be the final talk,
Monday, Aug. 11.
Pastors Plan
World Events
Topics Today
(Continued from Page 1)
6:15 p.m., will review and discuss Dr.
a Stanley Jones' recent book, Is the
Kingdom of God Realism?" Rev. C.
H. Louks will lead the Student Class
today in a discussion of the "Mean-
ing of Suffering" from Dr. Fosdick's
book A Guide to Understanding the
Bible.
Speaking at the 11 a.m. service in
St .Andrew's Episcopal Church will
be Spencer Miller, director of the
Workers' Education Bureau of Amer-
ica. His topic will be the meaning
of the Malvern Conference, held last
winter in England, for the American
Church.
Lecturer on industry and social
problems and consultant in industrial
relations for the Protestant Episcopal
Church, for years Mr. Miller has
been interested in problems of labor
and industry. He is the author of
several books and pamphlets, the
best known being "The Church and
Industry."
The speaker is a graduate of Am-
herst College and received his M.A.
in political science from Columbia
University. He has during the past
week been a delegate to the New
Education Fellowship conference on
campus.

Group Offers
Recovery Plan
To Educators
(Continued from Page 1)

Ivanoff And Young
Earn Army Rating
Two cadets in the University's
ROTC, John G. Ivanoff and Wendell
E. Young, earned the rating of sharp-{
shooter at Fort Custer where cadets
of the junior class are undergoing a
six-week period of training.
The two men fired scores of 215
and 210 respectively out of a pos-
sible 250 points during several days
of range firing which is 'part of the
work leading to a commission as a
reserve officer in the United States
Army.
Results of the firing showed that
of the 516 students who participated
in the .30 calibre firing, 11 ranked as
experts with scores of 220 or better
and 82 as sharpshooters with 207 or
better. A total of 334 qualified as
marksmen with scores of 165 or above.

Dean leaves To Greect
South American Group
Dean of Students Joseph A. Burs-
ley will leave today for New York to
meet the Ecuadorean and Chilean
contingents of the' Latin-American
Summer School who arrive in New
York tomorrow and will reach here
Tuesday.
The group, consisting of 34 young
professional men and women from
Ecuador and eight from Chile, are
being brought here under the aus-
pices of the State Department in co-
operation with the Grace Line. With
the six Venezuelan students who ar-
rived here last week, this group will
constitute the final enrollment of 48
for the special summer course.
A Latin-American Summer School
is being held on this campus for the
first time this summer. Last year
a similar program was held at Chapel
Hill, North Carolina.

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Beaumont To Lecture In Education Series Workshop Plans Picnic
chool of Education will con- s Plans have been completed for a
ierregular fuo'lc e-professor of Psychology, of the Un-
eir r rfour o'lock lec- versity of Kentucky, will lecture on picnic for all members of the Guid-
ries held in the University the topic: "Self-Discipline Through ance Workshop Tuesday afternoon
chool Auditorium tomorrow. Guidance: The Psychological Basis at the Island fireplace. A committee
the past week these lectures of the New Education." was selected by the group' to make
ven place to the roundtable arrangements. Following the re-
ins that were held from 2 Red heDilCasies.freshments baseball and group games
Henry Beaumont, Associate will be engaged in.

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LOST and FOUND

LO T-Small Phi Beta Kappa pin.
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Fisher, ph. 25-8671.
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Call 3468.
FOR SALE
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LAUNDERING
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Careful work at low price.
LAUNDRY: Students' laundry. Shirts
12c. Phone 4863 for other prices.
Cash and carry. Mrs. Richards.
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607 Hoover Phone 5594
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Price List
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