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SJNDAY
6:30-Miss Louise Brown addresses
Wesleyan Guild of the Methodist
church on "Fine Art Of Ap fleca-
tion."
7:30-Union reingious meeting in Hill
auditorium, Bishop Theodore Hen-
.derson speaks.
9:00-Captain Isadore Levine speals
on "Zionism" before Zionist society
in Lane hal auditorium.
MONDAY
2:0-Varsity band practices in School
of Music instead of University Hall.
3:00-Fresh lit football practice on
Ferry field.
3:30-8oph lit football practice' on
South Ferry field.
4:00 - Miehiganensan editorial and
businss staffs hold short meeting
In-Mihiganensian offices in Press
building.
4:00-Junior, engineer football prae-
tice on Ferry field.
4:30-Chimes business staff meets in
Union.
7:15 - Soph engineer football team
meets- n Engi eering society's room
in Engineering bulding.
7 :30-Adeiphi House of Representa-
tives meets on fourth floor of U-
hall.
7:30-Varsity Mandolin club rehears.
al in UniersfyHall.
7:30-Men's Educational club meets
in room 306 Union.
TUESDAY
8:00-Band Bounce in Hill auditorium.
8:00 - Intereollegipte Socialist soci-
ety meets in room P162 Natural Sci-
ence building. Mr. I. Paul ' tylor
will speak on "The Church and So-
cial Crisis,"
8:00-Michigan Dames meet in Lane
hall. Mrs. F. Vanderveer will speak
on "The Cycle of Life" with illustra-
tions-
U-NOTICES.
The Jewish Students' congregation
will not meet Sunday evening on
account of Union services in Hill
auditorium.
Fresh lit and engineer gym classes
start Monday Nov. a.
CAMPUS CAN RESERVE 190
MICHIGANENSIANS TUESDAY
(Continued from Page One)
only those. who reserve their copies
by subscribing during the present
campaiggn can be assured of securing
A, copy of the 1920 Michigansian.
No extra copies of the yearbook are
to be printed. This system will make
it possible to publish a bigger
and more expensive Michiganensian
through the economy of running on a
closer financial margin.
Thirty-five hundred leaflets describ-
ing in outline the proposed contents of
the 1920 'Ensian will be distributed
upon the campus late Monday after-
noon. Though primarily the Michi-
ganensian will be a book of the se-
nior classes of ,the University, . at-
tempts are being made by the editors
to mate this year's volume of uni-
versal interest and appeal 'to all
classes.
FERRIS INSTITUTE MEMBERS,
HOLD MEETING AT UNION
Prof. Gerrtt Masselink, vice-pres-
ident of Ferris Institute, and several
other members of the faculty of that
institution, were guests of honor at
an informal' gathering last evening at
the Union, held under the auspices
of the Ferris Institute club.

About 65 members were in, attend-
ance, coming from all parts of the
state to meet 4vith those now in the
University. Impromptu speeches were
given and some new methods to pro-
mote friendliness in such a gathering
were introduced.
GeorgeE. Bigge, '21, was elected
president of the club.
GYMNASIUM CLASSES START
FOR ALL FRESHMEN MONDAY
Gymnasium classes for all Fresh
lits and engineers start Monday. All
students taking the work are requir-
ed to have their lockers arranged for'
and all the necessary gym clothes
ready by that time.

Cor. Division and Catherine
Services 7:30, 10:30, 4:30
AT TEN-THIRTY THE SER-
VICE WILL BE THE HOLY
COMMUNION WITH SERMON
BY THE RECTOR. MR. BLAU-
VELT'S CLASS IN SOCIAL
PROBLEMS MEETS IN THE
CHAPEL AT 12. THE ORIGIN
OF ST. MARK'S GOSPEL WILL
BE DISCUSSED IN THE BIBLE
CLASS (12 TO 12:40, PROMPT-
LY).
REV. HENRI? TATLOCK, D.D.
Rector
REV. CHARLES T. WEBB
Curate
First
Baptist Church
Huron St, below State +

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10:30 a. m.
Public Worship
Sermon by
J. M. WELLS
"A QUESTION WITHOUT AN
ANSWER"
Communion Service follows the
- sermon.
12:00 m.
Guild Class in Baptist Guild
House
Prof. R. H. Holmes will address
the class.
6:30 p. m.
Guild~ Meeting led by
Miss Esther Dorrancee
"How to Make Life Cont"
SCHEDULE OF BIBLE CHAIR
CLASSES ,
444 South State Street
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Course I-"Upper Room" Class
-Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8
o'clock.
Course II-"University Men's
Class" - Sunday Mornings,
9:30 to 10:15 o'clock.r s
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-Friday
Afternoons, 4:10 to 5 o'clock.
Course V-A Discussion Class
-FridayEvenings, 6:30 to
7: 30 o'clock.

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Morning Theme:
"RELEASING SPIRITUAL
POWER"
Prof. Henderson's Bible Class
at noon
C. E. Service at 6430

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on the campus who are actively en-
"There are many juniors and seniors
gaged in work and who receive no
recognition for their efforts. Would
you award buttons to them also, or
would you keep this distinctive mark
only for sophomores? 5
"Then, too, if such buttons were
dwarded to all who took part in cam-
us and class activities there would
be no end of the buttons in evidence,
and they would be too common to
merit the wearing. Also there arises
the question of who would pay for
they buttons and that of who would
be responsible for awarding them
Until such difficulties are solved I
cannot endorse the plan," he contin-
ued.
Professional Dancing Lessons given
by Prof. 0. D. Laschen at Masonic
Temple, Ypsilanti, every Tuesday. Join
this week. Lessons 7 'to 8. Private
lessons 8 to 9. Assembly at 9. %Music
by Ike Fisher.--Adv.
A chance for any student to make
$25.00. Read the. Randall Studio ad-
vertisement.-Adv.

Church of Christ
DISCIPLES
South University Ave.
SERVICES:
Sermon 10:30 a. m.
Subject:
"WHAT IS THE GOSPEL?"
Bible School 9:30 a. m.
Classes for Students
Prof. Hopkins Teaches Men
MIss Grace Greenwood
,has the ladies
Home meetings the rule
this month
F. P. UTHUR, Pastor
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Leonard A. Barrett, Minister.
Mrs. Thomas S. Evans, Sec'y for
*Un*vgrsity Women.
Benj. C. Fairman, Asst. in Stu-
dent Work.
First Unitarian
Church
Cor. State and Huron Sts.
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m., and
Kindergarten during church.
Morning Service, 10:30
"THE WHEEL OF RELIGIOUS
LIFE"

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3ERLE & SON, Music House
11.0 S. MAIN STREET
THE LATEST IN RECORDS ALWAYS

FIRST
I CONCREGATIONAL
CHURCHI
10:30 a. m.
LLOYD C. DOUGLAS
preaches on
"HUMAN ENGINEERING"
6:30 p.'m.
Plymouth Guild
Social half-hour
"Personality or Message";
Mr. Dougla speakss on"
Some hats have style,-but "Berg"
hats are style. Get 'em at the Davis
Toggery Shop. 119 S. Maine St.-Adv.
Pay your subscription.

Young People's Forum, 6:30
Discussion of Vocations
Messrs. Moses and Weeks
Misses Hagens and MacKinnon
SOHLANDERER & SEYFRIE
JEWELERS
CNiCWgm O fAu FRI * -Of -
Quality and Servic
113 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor, . Micl

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Sidney S. Robins, Minister

Mr. Engineer AT THE
dehts Su ly Store

Get the habit! Wear the shoe of
quality; otherwise stated, the Craw-
ford Shoe. Crawford shoes are carried
at the Davis Toggery, 119 S. Main St.
-Adv.
Good looking of course! It's a
Cluett-Peabody shirt. Davis Toggery
Shop, 119 S. Main St.-Adv..

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Sublet: "REMAKING THE WORLD'B
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