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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY 'b

JINDI SEHICES IN
AN1 ARBOR CHURCHES
Today will be observed as Anti-Sa-
om league day in the Methodist,
)ngregational, Presbyterian, Disci-
e, and Baptist churches. Mr. N. C.
Atter, manager of the Washtenaw
unty dry campaign, has provided
eakers for the above churches.
Appropriate Lenten services are be-
g held during the week at the St.

Andrew's Episcopal,
cal Lutheren, St.
Lcal Lutheran and
:hurches.

Trinity Evangel-
Paul's Evangel-
Zion Lutheran

First Baptist Church
10 :30-Public worship. Sermon by
the Hon. A. C. Graham.
11:50-Sunday school; Prof. L.Wa-
terman and Rev. J. W.Wells, teach-
ers.
6:30--Young people's meeting. Eg-
bert Doughty, '22, leader. Rev. J. M.
Wells, minister.
Bible Chair House
9:30-University men's class. Top-
ic: "Science and the Mosaic Law."
4:30-Class for general public.
Topic: "The Ninth Commandment."
Dr. T. M. Iden, teacher.
Church of Christ (Disciple)
10:30-Sermon by Mr. A. E. Lauf-
fer ofDetroit.
7:30-Evangelistic services open.
Sermon by minister. Subject: "Why
Should Every Man Be a Christian?"
Services will be held each evening
by speakers from Detroit and Owosso.
Rev. F. P. Arthur, minister.
First Congregational Church
9:30-Church school, followed by
kindergarteni.
10:30-Morning service. Atty. W.
B. Wheeler of Washington, D. C.,
speaker. Subject, "The New Age."
12:00-Sunday school.
6:30-Mr. V. Z. Zogalian speaks to
students' Round Table. Topic, "Ar-
menia's Sacrifice." H. L. Meyer, di-
rector of religious education.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
7:30-Mkorning prayer and commu-

by Professor Miller. Subject, "Peace."
Rev. Henry Tatlock, rector.
Trinty Evangelical Lutheran Church
10:30-Morning . service. Subject,
'Humanity's High Priest."
11:30-Sunday school.
7:3 0-< Evening service. Sub-ject,
"Jesus of Naareth Passeth By." Rve.
Lloyd Wallick, minister.
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran
Church
10-:00 -- German service. Subject,
"Let Us Not Receive the Grace of
God in Vain."
7:00-English service, Lenten. Sub-
ject, "Christ, Our High Priest." Rev,
H. A. Brauer, minister.
Zion Lutheran Church
10:30-German service. Subject,
"Worse Than the Heathen."
7 -V --a Er glish service, Lenten.
Subject, "Jesus Foreseeing the
Cross." Rev. E. C.Stellhorn, minster.
Methodist Episcopal Church
10:30-Morning service. W. V.
Waltman, of Lansing, speaker.
12:00-Prof. T. C. Trueblood speaks
to University's men's class on "The
League of Nations.'"
6:30-Wesleyan guild meetiryg. E.
W. Dunn, '20, leader.
7:30-Wesleyan guild lecture. Dean
Shailer Mathews of the University of
Chicago speaks on "The American
Spirit in Action."
German M. E. Church
The church has been reorganized
as a church mission, and desires to
serve those without church homes
especially in the second ward. Sun-
day school and main services will be
conducted in English, other services
in German. The church will be re-
opened this morning with a sermon
at 10 o'clock on "Serving the Commu-
nity." H. L. Weiss.
Presbyterian Church
10:30-Prof. C. W. Greene of Al-
bion college speaks.
12:00-Prof. T. E. Rankin speaks
to students' Bible class.
6:30 -- Young people's meeting.
Rev. L. A. Barrett, minister.
Jewish Students' Congregation;
6:45-Evening service.. Rabbi Max
Merrit of Evansville, Ind., will be
the speaker.

Community Chapel U-NOTICES
3:00 - Sunday school. Subject, Senior medics wil make arrangements
"The Beginnings of the Gospel." Rev. for caps and gowns at Moe's, 711
J. M. Wells, teacher. North University avenue, as soon as
possible.
Tryouts for the Cercle Francaise play
OIN Owill be held Monday evening at 8
I Y U2AQ V ii O o'clock, at 202 south wing.
octogTickets for the Pennsylvania club
TODAY banquet to be held March 13 at the
10:00-Sunday school and special Dry Union, are now on sale at the Un-
exercises at the Unitarian church, ion desk. A large ticket sale is
exreriEsat tHeurnran crchat expected as it is the first get-to-
Corner East Huron and North State gether of the Pennsylvanians on the
3:00-Christian Science lecture at the campus.
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Wm. D. the Cosmopolitan club at 9 o'clock
Kilpatrick, C. S., of Detroit, will Sunday evening on "America and
speak.
7 :00-Meeting of Y. P. R. U. at Uni- World Peace" Public invited.
tarian church. Address by Prof. R.
W. Sar on Trh des eligiProf. R For service and results try a Gaily
Greece and Rome.' Special music Want Ad.-Adv.
All welcome.
S:00--Prof. 1. Leo Sharfman will ad-
dress the Menorah society in the
red room, Lane hall. jt
Michigan's paper for Michigan men. Your Husband
-Adv. --

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BE INDEPENDENT OF "DAD" TYPEWRITERS and Office Supplies,
Earn your own spending money. rentals and repairs. Agent for Rem-
Turn your spare time into dollars. ington, Monarch, and Smith Premier.
Just a few more places open. Give
phone. Address Dollars care of Daily G. E. Washington, 8-9 A. A. Say. Bank
-Adv. Blk.Adv.

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Private lessons by appointment

Sch olofDancing
Classes in modern ballroom dancing.
Individual attention given to each pupil.
Special afternoon classes for children.

Classes in toe, classical and national dancing
Miss Jeanette H. Kruszka

IL

Studio:
516 William St.
Phone 1422-R

Residence
2006 Washtenaw
Phone 1598

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at the following low prices.
Silk Faced Suits at ........ $42.50
All Silk-lined Suits at.... $50.00
All Silk-lined Suits at. ...$5.5.00
Let us show you these garments.
REMEMBER we have a limited
number of new Dress Suits for Hire.
Reservations of these suits for J Hop will
be made on March 10.

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. to satisfy the taste
of the most evact-

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(Geo. T. Alexander)

Footwear of
Quality and
Distinction.

Tinker & Company
Clothiers. Furnishers and Hatters
342 S. State St., at William St.

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nion.
X10:30-Morning prayer, and ser- Christian Science
mon by Prof. D. S. Miller of Colum- 3:00-Lecture by W. D. Kirkpatrick
bia university. Subject, "The Pillar of Detroit in Sarah Caswell Angell
of Fire." hall.
12:00 - Confirmation lecture for
adults. Those who advertise in The Mich-
4:30-Evening prayer and sermon igan Daily cater to ALL Michigan

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so frequently-paint them with
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University, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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