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mUlC THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

STATE HEAD WILL
EN SUNDAY MEETINGS

Oxley Thompson to Talk
le's Relation to College
Man's Religion

on

With an address on the subject,
he Relation of the Bible to the Re-
ion of the Modern College Man,"
esident William Oxley Thompson,
Ohio State University, will inaugu-
e this year's series of Y. M. C. A.
nday evening meetings at 6:30
lock tonight in University hall.
President Thompson who enjoys a
putation as one of the foremost edu-
tors and lecturers in the United
ates was the orator at the com-
nicement exercises of the 1915 class,
it June, and he has appeared in
Ln Arbor on numerous occasions as
6 speaker on various of the local
urch foundations.
Waldo R. Hunt, '16, chairman of the
Ligious education department of the
M. C. A., will explain the work of
e classes for the study of religion
ich the "Y" will foster this year,
d a general invitation will be ex-
ided to the men present to connect
emselves with some branch of the
Erk-
A, quartet has been secured which
11 render speci'l music, and Lewis
Reimann, '16, president of the Y.'
C. . who will preside at the meet-
g, will briefly outline the policy of
e association for the coming year.
rhe meeting will begin promptly at
30 o'clock and it will be dismissed
time to allow all in attendance to
ar David Starr Jordan, the Wes-
ran Guild lecturer at the Methodist
urdh.
SMOPOLITANS TO MEET TODAY
isical Program to Feature Reception
to New Members
Cosmopolitan club will hold a social
3:30 o'clock this afternoon in Har-
hall The affair will be a reception
the new members of the club.
Dr. Gerald Strong, violinist, Dorothy
ines, pianist, and Irving Mellor, bar-
ne, have been secured to take part
the musical program, as well as the
lowing students: Grace Rosser, '19,
prano; Carlos Zanelli, '19, tenor;
F. Crockett, '16, ukulele; Charles
isbie, '16, tenor; Marco V. Nasteff,
,_violinist, and Ralph S. Gerganoff,
, 'cello.
est Rifle Practice of Year Tomorrow
University riflemen will have their
st practice of the year at 1:00
lock tomorrow afternoon. The
age will continue to be open for
e members of the club from 1:00
lock to 6:00 o'clock daily, and from
)0 o'clock until 10:00 o'clock each
iday night. Saturday morning will
reserved for the exclusive use of
e faculty. An initiation fee of one
lar is required for membership in
e club, together with the payment
an annual fee of 50 cents. James
ompson, '18, will have charge of
range. Captain of the team, L. C.
icoxen, '16E, has given notice that
mn aspiring to the team must get
t for practice as soon as possible.
rhe private canoe houses at the U.
M. Boat Livery will close for the
iter Monday, November 1. Anyone
shing to repair or change his canoe
remove anything from lockers must
so before November 1. oct31
'In a hurry " Call Stark, 2255.
oct3eod

SENATE WILL HEAR MEMORIALS
To Remember Dean Guthe, Prof.
D'Ooge and Mr. Walker
Memorials for the late Dean Karl
E. Guthe, Prof. M. L. D'Ooge, and Mr.
A. H. Walker, a lecturer in the Law
School, will be read at the meeting of
the university senate in the law build-
ing tomorrow night. No further busi-
ness will be transacted at the meet-
ing, which is the first of four sessions
for the collegiate year.
Frances Hickok,'15, to Teach Oratory
Miss Frances Hickok, '15, after car-
rying off the Varsity oratory honors
during the past college year, recently
received a position as instructor of
English and public speaking in Tono-
pah, a large mining center in south-
east Nevada.

WITH. THE CHURCHES

Methodist-Rev. A. W. Stalker will
preach at the regular morning service
on "The Method of Preparedness." A
young men's discussion class will be
held at 9:30 to discuss questions of the
Bible. The student Bible class will
meet at 12:00 o'clock.
Baptist-Rev. F. B. Bachelor will
give the second of his series of ser-
mons, entitled "The Quest for God,"
at 10:30 o'clock this morning in the
Baptist church. The title of this ser-
mon is, "Can God be Found in the Lit-
erature of the Bible?"The Bible school
will meet "at 12. Oliver Heywood, '17
law, will conduct the Young People's.
Guild at 6:30 o'clock, and will talk on
the topic, "Stickers."
Episcopal-There will be a celebra-
tion of the Holy Communion at 7:30
o'clock this morning in the Episcopal
church. Rev. Henry Tatlock will con-
duct the regular morning service at
10:30 o'clock, and will preach on "The
Work of Laity in the Church." Pro-
fessor Bonner will conduct a Bible
class on "Compolative Religion" at
9:30 o'clock in Harris hall, and at the
same time Professor Waterman will
hold a class, studying "The Bible as
a Book of Life." There will be a meet-
ing of the Bible class for university
women at the residence of Miss Alice
Cocker, 1722 Cambridge road.
Congregational-Rev. Lloyd C.
Douglass will preach at 10:30 o'clock
this morning in the Congregational
church. His subject will be, "The
Luxury of Being Unspoiled."
Presbyterian-Rev. L. A. Barrett,
the local minister, will give the fourth
of his series of sermons on "The Ne-
cessities for Life" at 10:30 o'clock this
morning in the Presbyterian church.
The title of this sermon is, "The Ne-
cessity For a Conviction." The Bible
school will meet at noon. A young
people's service will be conducted at
6:30 o'clock this evening. The subject
for discussion will be, "Throw Your-
self Into the Task."
Jewish-The Jewish Student congre-
gation will meet at 6:45 o'clock this
evening in Newberry hall. Rabbi Sam-
uel Hirshberg, of Milwaukee, will talk
on the topic, "Has Religion Proved a
Failure?" At 8:00 o'clock the Menorah
society will hear Professor Waterman,
of the Semitics department, speak on
"The Religious Problems of Today in
the Light of Early Jewish Literature
and History." All students are cor-
dially invited to attend these meet-
ings.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
"Everlasting Punishment," 10:30
o'clock.
Bethlehem German Evangelical, il-
lustrated lecture on "Luther, the Monk
and Reformer," 6:30 o'clock.

APPOINTMENTSMAE TO
LITERA1RY AULTYSTFF
Frank L. Hager, E. B. Christie and J.
J. Albert Rousseau Are
Chosen
J. J. Albert Rousseau, Frank L. Ha-
ger, '05, and Emerson B. Christie, Yale
'i, have been appointed to the uni-
versity faculty, according to an an-
nouncement made yesterday by Regis-
trar A. G. Hall.
Mr. Rousseau, who was studying in
Paris when the war broke out, has
been appointed assistant professor of
architecture, to teach architectural de-
sign and related subjects.
Mr. Hager has been appointed to an
instructorship in the French depart-
ment. After leaving Michigan, Hager
took up work for his Master's degree
at Illinois and Ohio State universities.
He then' went to Highland college,
Highland, Kan., where e taught
French until two years ago, when he
went to Shattuck Military school in
Wisconsin, remaining there until his
appointment to the literary college
faculty was announced.
Mr. Christie has been appointed in-
structor in Spanish. Christie left for
the Philippines after receiving hIs di-
ploma at Yale, teaching in a number
of institutions there, besides working
for the government Bureau of Science.
He is the author of a number of books
on the subject of the ethnology of the
Philippines.
The motion picture picture policy
will be continued at the Majestic to-
day. "The TwodOrphans," most elab-
orately produced, will be shown.
"The Two Orphans" has long been
known as a classic of thc stae. But
now, as picturized it is seen in a new
form. Adolphe D'Ennery, the author
of this world-famous drama, would
hardly recognize his play as produced
for the screen so vital and virile a
thing has it bscome through the skill-
ed direction of Herbert Brenon an
the wonderful effects of skilled
camera work and production. With
Mr. Brenon himself as Pierre and
Theda Bara and Jean Sothern as the
two sisters, the cast of principals
could hardly be stronger. Few there
are who do not know the story of the
"Two Orphans."
PRES. HUTCHINS RETURNS FROM
TR TO SA(INA W CONVENTION
President Harry B. Hutchins has
returned from Saginaw where he
spoke Friday at the meeting of the
State Teachers' association and also
at a teachers' alumni banquet at the
East Side Saginaw club.
President Hutchins' address to
the alumni was confined mainly to
the Michigan Union clubhouse cam-
paign, and was enthusiastically re-
ceived by the 250 graduates present.
Among other speakers at the banquet
were Dr. David Starr Jordan, of Le-
land Stanford University, and Prof.
Walter H. Miller, '84, of the Univer-
sity of Missouri.
The private canoe houses at the U.
of M. Boat Livery will close for the
winter Monday, November 1. Anyone
wishing to repair'or change his canoe
or remove anything from lockers must
do so before November 1. oct31

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Ask For Travel Tickets

What Travel Tickets Are
Travel Tickets are small coupons. Given by the most representative merch-
ants in Ann Arbor in appreciation of your trade. They represent a cash discount
at the rate of one mile of travel for every dollar in trade. Buy a package of to-
bacco for five cents and get a twentieth of a mile of travel. Buy a suit of clothes
for thirty dollars and get thirty miles of travel. Be sure to patronize the mer-
chants mentioned below and ask for Travel Tickets. It will not take long to save
enough to go anywhere you wish absolutely free.
How To Use Them
Ask for Travel Tickets everywhere you spend money even when you get a
shave or ride in a taxi. It will soon count into mileage. When you have saved
a quantity, no matter how large or small, TAKE THEM TO SCHROEN BROS.'
DRY GOODS STORE, 124 S. MAIN ST., and he will give you transportation
on any railroad or boat line in the world or any interurban line or even street car
tickets. A mile of travel tickets is worth two cents of travel. Example: Fare to
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trolley is 45c, requires 22' miles of Travel Tickets. Fare to Detroit by rail is
72c, takes 36 miles of Travel Tickets. So on to any destination.
What Travel Tickets Mean to the Students
Ask for Travel Tickets whenever you spend money. Save Travel Tickets.
You can exchange them for transportation of any kind to any place even a strip
of street car tickets or a vacation trip no matter how far. If you have not the
required number of Travel Tickets saved up to go where you wish redeem them
for two cents of travel for each mile of Travel Tickets and pay the difference to
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THINK WHAT IT MEANS, you can have your transportation paid free
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The Following Merchants in Ann Arbor Give Travel Tickets
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Arnold & Co., 220 South Main Street....... .............................Jeweler
Hoffstetter's Walk-Over Boot Shop, 115 South Main St......... . .......Boots and Shoes
Wagner & Co., 303-305 S. State St.... Ready-to-Wear Clothes, Hats, Furnishings & Shoes
LutzClothing Store, 217A 5 Main St ...............Clothing, Hats, Men's Furnishings
H-agen & Jedele, 217 S. Ashley St ......................... Clothing, Boots and Shoes
Myles Cloth Shop, 618 E. Liberty St.................................. .Tailors
H enry & Co.. 713-715 N. University Ave...........................Tailors to Men
L. C. Weinmann, 219-221 E. Washington St........ .... ........... ......Meat Market
Washington "Quality" Market, 201 E. Washington St..................Meat Market
French & Schiller, 520 Forrest Ave............................Meats and Groceries
J. A. Brown, 223 E. Washington St...........................................Grocery
Theurer & Walker, 305 S. Main St.......................................Grocery
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0. F. Hoppe Studio, 619 E. Liberty St. ...............................Photographer
L. E. Wenzel, 207 E. Liberty St.....................Wall Paper, Paints and Decorating
Famous Shoe Repair Co., 301 S. State St.. .....................Shoe Repairing
George J. Moe, 711 N. University Ave...............Athletic Goods and Student Supplies
C. A. Moe, 705 N. University Ave........................................Barber Shop
Sam. Hammial, 116 E. Huron St.....................................Barber Shop
Stark Taxi Co., 209 W. Huron St............................Taxicab and Baggage Line
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a-
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