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SUNAY SERVICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES

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WTHY is it that people come into our New
Victrola ,and Record Department and
go out as well satisfied as if they had made
their purchases at some store in a large city?
It is because we offer them the same large
stock from which to make selections, and, in
addition, the services of trained and efficient
salespeople.

SOUND-PROOF demonstrating booths
make for your convenience in Judging
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ONE VISIT to our store will make you a
regular, visitor. In fact, our business is
built on our ability to- give courtesy, service,.

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St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Holy communion at 7:30. Morning
prayer and sermon by Rev. H. H.
[Lumpkin, of Fairbanks,, Ala'ka, at
10:30. Class in social problems in the
chapel at 12, leader, Mr. Warren S.
Blauvelt. Subject, "The Standard
Value Dollar and the High Cost of
Living." Vesper service and address
at 4:30.
Congregational Church
Dr. Carl S. Patton, former pastor,
preaches at 10:30. A group to dis-
cuss social problems meets at 12:10.
Underclassmen /study "The Teaching
of Jesus;" leader, Mr. T. S. Evans.
Upperclassmen take up "Bolshevism;"
leader, Professor Karpinski. Prof.
Dora Barnes leads the women's class,
subject, "Social Aspects of the Teach-
ings of- Jesus." Evening service at
7:45. Mr. Douglas gives the second
sermon in the series, "The Choice of
a Life Work."
Unitarian Church
Sermon at 10:30. Subject, rThe Be-
ginning of Wisdom," by Mr. Sidney
Robis. Young people's forum at
7:30. Topic, "Crime and Social Con-
trol." Professor Wood, leader.
First Methodist Church
At 10:30 Dr. A. W. Stallter will
preach on 'They That Are Wise."
Evening service at 6:30, led by the
Wesleyan guild. Subject, "The Chal-
enge of Opportunity." A social half-
hour immediately precedes the guild
¢meeting.,
First Presbyterian Church
Sermon at 10:30 on "Roosevelt, the
Great American." Bible school at 12.
Professor .Henlerson leads the stu-
dents' class. Subject, "Science and
the Bible.
Trinity Lutheran Church
At 10:30 Rev. Lloyd Wallick will
preach on "Stewardship." University
wens class at 11:30. Vesper service
at 7:30.
First Baptist Church
Public worship at 10:30. Dr. A. F.
Agar will "preach on "Counting the
Cost." Suiday school at 11:50. "Who
Is Rich" is the theme of Dr. Agar at
the evening service at 7:30.
Zion Lutheran Church
Students' bible class at 9:30. Ref-
ormation sermon at 10:30 on "The
Primacy of St. Peter." At 7:30 the
subject of the sermon will be "The
Dignity of Labor."
Church of Christ (Dlsedpe)
Students' class at 9:Q Moning
service at 10:30. Christian Endeavor
at 7:30.
St. Thomas' Roman Catholic Church
Masses at 6, 7:30, 9, and 10. Sermon
at 10:30.
Students' Catholic Chapel
Student services at 7:30 and 10. The
Rey. Fr. Bourke will officiate.
First Church of Christ (Scientist)
Sermon at 10:30. Subject, "Proba-
tion After Death.'"
WHAT'S GOING ON7
SUNDAY
2:31-Officers and county chairmen
of the Copper Country club meet
in room 319, Union building. Chair-
men are asked to bring a list of
members from their county.
7:30-Menorah .society meets in Lane
hal. Profeor Wenley speaks.
7:30-Lecture on "Who Is Rich" by
Dr. F. A. Agar at Baptist church.
MONDAY
3:30-Soph lit football practice, and
election of captain, on south Ferry
afield.
4:10-Junior lit football practice on

south Ferry field..
8:00-Olga aniaroff gives recital un-
der auspices "of Matinee Musical
club in New Union.
Don't 'say Shirt: say Emery. Buy
them at the Davis Toggery Shop, '119
S. Main.--Adv.
Pay your subscription to the Daily.

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REV. HENRY TATLOCK, D.D.
Rector
REV. CHARLES T. WEBB
Curate
SCHEDULE OF BIBLE CHAIR
CLASSES
444 South State Street
Course I-"Upper Room" Class
-Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8
o'clock. a
CourseII-"Unl rsity Men's
Class" - Sunday Mornings,
9:30 to 10:15 o'clock.
Course III-General Survey of
the Bible - Thursday Even-
ings, 6:30 to 7:30 o'clock..
'Course IV - Methods of Bible
Study; and Teaching- Iriday
afternoons, 4:10to 5 o'clock.
Course V-A Discussion Class
-Friday Evenings. 6:30 to
7:30 o'clock.
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Cor. Division and Catherine
Services 7:30, 10:30, 4:30
At the Ten-thirty Service the
Rev. H. R. Lumpkin, Clerical
Deputy from Alaska to the Gen-
eral Convention, will present
another aspect of the Nation-
wide Campaigns.-

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10:30 a. m.
IR CARL S. PATTON
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preaches
7:45 p. m.
LJLOYD C. 1iOTGLAS
speaks to students
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METHODIST CHURCH
Cor Washington and State St.
Morning Worship 10:30
Dr. A. W. Stalker
Subject:
"THEY THAT ARE WISE"
Wesleyan Guild Meeting 6:30
Leader, LewistRamsdell
Subject:
"THE CHALLENGE OF
OPPORTUNITY"
Evening Worship 7:30
Dr. A. W. Stalker

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WET 'COURTS AGAIN HOLDS UP
FINISHING TOURNAMENT PLAY
(Continued from Page Three)
another new man, will also bear close
watching.
Play in the singles should be fin-'
ished Wednesday afternoon. The
plan is asfollows: All remaining
third and fourth round matches are
to be played Monday. Tuesday, the
semi-final round will be run off and
Wednesday the finals. Unless those
doubles teams which are holding up
the play get together,A number of
defaults will have to be made. Teams)
should get in touch with Coach Mitch-
ell at once.
Monday Matches
I The schedule for Monday includes
the following matches: Singles, third
round-Christie vs. Friedman, Ohl-
macher vs. Gregory. Fourth round,
Cole vs. winner of Christie-Friedman
match. Sanchez vs. Reindel. Angell
vs. winner of Ohlmacher-Gregory
match. Doubles:' Riley and Doty vs.
Gregory and Sanchez (after singles
are played). Burlek and Munger vs.
Pareira and Christie (after singles are
played). Bowers and Creedon vs. Clip-
pert and Parsons. Chipman and Stew-
art vs. Weinberg and Kolb. Gourn and
Friedman vs. winner of Chipman-
Stewart vs. Weinberg-Kolb match.
Cochran and Irving vs. Sutton and
Stephens.
DANCING
Every Monday and Thursday, 8 to
10 at the Packard. Private lessons by
appointment.-Adv.
Soiled walls may be cleaned with
"Climax-Cleaner." There is none bet-
ter. Phone 237. C. H. Major & C.-
Adv.

CHURCHES
, ' ST. PAUL'S
Huron and Chapin Sts.
Rev. Carl A. Brauer
Sunday School, 9: 0:0Ba. m
Church Services, 10:30 'a.
7:30 p. M.

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TRINITY
Fifth Ave. and William: St.f
Rev. Lloyd Merl Wallick
10:30 a. m., "Stewardship,"
11:30 a. im., University Men's
Class.
7:30 p. m., Vesper Service.
ZION
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
Rev. Ernest C. Stellhorn
9,30. Student's Bible Class.
10:30 a. i., Reformation Ser-
mon, "The Primacy of St.
Peter."
7:30 p. m., "The Dignity of
Labor."
All services English today.

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Theme for
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PRESBYTERIAN,
CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division
Leonard A. Barrett, Minister.
Mrs. Thomas S. Evans, Sec'y for
University Women.
Benj. C. Fairmau, Asst. in Stu-
dent Work.

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Noon Bible Class for Students
W. D. Henderson and Thomas S.
Evans, Teachers
Young People's Service at 6:30

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If you want to learn to be A good
dancer, attend Prof. Mittenthal's danc-
ing school. Armory, Friday evenings.
.Satisfaction guaranteed.-Adv.
Mrs. P. L. Stoddard, Hair Shop, 707'
N. University Ave., handles the F.
Burnham and Marinello goods. Phone
2652-Adv.
Have your -typewriting done by Kel-
ly, Apply Daily office between one and
fiye.-A,v

First Unitarian
Church
Cor. State and Huron Sts.
Services 10:30 a. m.
"THE BEGINNING OF
WISDOM"
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
6:30 p. m.
Young People's Forum
"CRIME AND SOCIAL
CONTROL"
Frof. A. E. Wood

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