nizations To Open Song Recital Speech Group Inter-Guild Summer Worship Labor Conference
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The Summer Worship Service
sponsored by the Inter-Guild Feder-
ation which represents nine religious
denominations will be held at 8:15
p.m. today on the bluffs above the
Big Fireplace at the Island.
The service, which will be led by
Gregor Hileman and Virginia Rock,
has been planned in response to re-
quests that inter-denominational
student services be held more fre-
quently than once a year, as the past
custom has been.
Hymns, guided meditation, and
prayer will be outstanding features
of the twilight program. The order
of service was compiled by a com-
mittee representative of the cooper-
ating denominations and Tom John-
son, Inter-Guild president.
Campus reaction to this outdoor
union service will be discussed at the
weekly Inter-Guild luncheon at 12:15
p.m. Thursday in Lane Hall. Just
as student opinion concerning pre-
vious services which Inter-Guild has
sponsored has guided the commit-
tee in planning this service, so reac-
tion to tonight's service will aid in
the preparation of future programs.
All students and townspeople are
urged to attend this open service,
and the cooperating guilds will par-
ticipate as groups. Cooperating guilds
are the Roger Williams Guild (Bap-
tist), the Pilgrim Fellowship (Con-
University Unable To Get
Help To Open Dorms
Plans to house 32 U.S. Army Air
Corps officers and their wives in the
East Quadrangle have been dropped
because University authorities are
unable to obtain sufficient help to
open the building, Francis C. Shiel,
residence hall business manager, an-
The officers are part of a group
in charge of training enlisted men at
the Willow Run Bomber Plant and
are being housed during their four-
week stay in hotels in Ann Arbor
and Ypsilanti and in the Union and
There will be no curtailment of
residence hall facilities this fall, Mr.
Shiel stated, but the summer situa-
tion is difficult because , all regular
help has left for the summer..
"Although we have every inten-
tion of cooperating with the govern-
mertato the best of our ability, the
shortage of help has forced us to
abandon plans for reopening one of
the East Quadrangle's houses for
this group," Mr. Shiel said.
"We have been short-handed ever
since war plants in this area started
extensive hiring and it was impossi-
ble to obtain a staff large enough to
let us open the dormitory for the
Army group before next semester,"
Sugar Deliveries Ordered
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8. -(IP)-
Seven Western sugar processors
were authorized by the Office of
Price Administration today to make
sugar deliveries in the Lower Mich-
igan peninsula, to meet demands
anticipated because of increased ra-
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