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November 09, 1919 - Image 8

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FE MORE
BEFORE WAR

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Ukuleles,

expecta-

.$12.00 and up
........$20.00 and up
.$0.00 and up

An increase of 20 per cent over
last year's attendanee is the record
of the Ann Arbor High school ac-
cording to the princial, Mr. L. L.
Forsythe. This unusut increase he
believes is due to the universal "back
to school" movement and also the
great influx of new families to Ann
Arbor.
"Optimist" Reappears
Many activities, both new and re-
sumed after the war, are made possi-
ble this year. Among the latter, is
the publishing of the "Optimist," the
high school weekly paper, of which
Robert A. Hicks is editor-in-chief.
This paper, which boasts of 580 vol-
untary subscriptions, aims to be lit-
erary and humorous, and also to con-
tain a weekly summary of news.
An entirely new innovation is the
inauguration by the physical train-
ing departmentof an ipter-class se-
ries of football games, the winning
class to be given a loving cdp.
Armistice day will be celebrated by
the high school in aseembly exercis-
'es, Prof. W. T. Henderson to be the
speaker.
WHAT'S GOIN, ON
SUNDAY
2:30-University Symphony orchestra
in Hill auditorium. yr. Wm. Wheel-
'er sings.
3:00 - Christian Science lecture i.
Whitney theater, by Virgil O. Strik-
er of Boston.. Admision free.
6:30-Meeting 'of Wesleyan Guild of
the Methodist church to receive new
members.
.7:00 - Jewish student congregation
meets in Lane hall.
7::30-Wesleyan guild lecture, Meth-
odist church, by Dr. A. W. Wishart
of Grand Rapids. Subject, "Making
a New World."
8:00-Menorah society meets in Lane
hall. 'Speeches and discussion.
MONDAY
7:30-Varsity Mandolin club rehears-'
al, in University hall.

SUNDAY SERICES IN
I NN ARBOR CHURCHES
St. Andrews Episcopal Church
Holy communion at 7:30. Morning
service at 10:30. Class in social praiW-
lems at noon. Twilight vesper serv-
ice at 4:30.
Congregational Church
Mr. Douglas preacheĀ§ at 10:313 on
"Buried Treasure." Discussion groups
of University men and women at 12:10.
Prof. David Friday will speak at the
Plymouth guild- meeting at 6:30. Sub-
ject, "The Labor Situation and the Un-
iversity Student." Address to stu-
dents at 7:45 on "The Perils of Profes-
sions."
First Methodist Church
At 110:30 Dr. A. ". Stalker will
preach on "Jesus and the Scholar."
Wesleyan guild meeting at 6:30, led
by Miss Ellen Moore. Subject, "Rec-
ognition." Rev. A. W. Wishart of
Grand' Rapids, wil speak at 7:30 on
"Making a New World." '
First Presbyterian Church
"The Receipt for 1ewer" will be the
theme of the norning sermon at 10:30
by Rev. Leonard A. Barrett. Kinder-'
garten during the service. Bible school
meets at noon. Young people's eve-
ning service at 6:30. Evening service
at '7:30, addressed by Mr. Nazareth'
Mangouni, a native of Armenia. Sub-
jest, "New Armenia."
Trinity Lutheran Church
Holy communion at, 10:30. .Student
Bible class meets at 11:30. Vesper
service at 7:30.
First Raptist Church
Public worship at 10:30. Mr.-J. M.
Wells will preach at "A Link Between
Two Extremes." Sunday school at
11:50. Guild class meets at the Guild
house. Guild meeting at 6:30. Sub-
ject, 'The Need of Vision."
Zion' Lutheran Church
Students' Bible class at -9. The Rev.
Ernest C, Stellhorn speaks at 10:30
on "The Christian Employer." Eve-
ning service at 7:30. All services to
be in English.
Church of Christ (Deciple)
Sermon by Mr. F. P. Arthur - at
10:30. Subject, "Is the Qospel Up To
Date?" "Paul at Jerusalem" is the
theme of the evening, service at 7:30.

Church of Christ
DISCIPLES
South Uniiersity Ave.

SERVICES:
Subject:
10:30, Sermon: "Is the
Up to Date?'*

TODAY'S CHURCH

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9:30, Bible School: Classes for
all..
7:30, Sermon: "Paul at Jerusa-
lem."
Home meetings the rule
this month

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F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
Phone 2358-R

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ST. PAUL
Huron and Cha
Rev. Carl A. I
Sunday School, 9:00
Church Services, 1

FIRST
CONCREGATIONAL
CHURCH
110:30 a. mn.
LLOYD C. DOUGLAS
preaches. Topic:
"BURIED TREASURE"
W 6:30 p. m., /
Plymouth Guild
Prof. David Friday speaks on
"The Labor Situation and the
University Student"
7:45 p. m.
Evening Service
Address to Students
by Mr. Douglas
"The Perils of Professions;

10:30 a. m., The Holy
munion.
11:30 a. in., Students'-
Class.
7:30 p. m., Vesper Service.
10:30 a. m.; "The Christian
ployer."
7:30 p. m., "Religious Stupi
(All services English to
FIRST
METHODIST CHURC
Cor. S: State and E. Washi
A. W. STALKER, Pasto
Rev. A. W. Stalker, D.D., I
10:30, subject: '
"JESUS AND THE SCHO
Dr. Stalker
7:30
Wesleyan Guild Lectur

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as and Records,

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Speaker: Rev.

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First
Baptist Church
Huron St., below State

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FIRST and

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10:30 a. m.
Public Worship
Sermon by
J. M. WELLS
"A LINK BETWEEN
EXTREMES"

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Noon, Prof.
speaks to s
6:30, C. E. SO

and

. TUESDAY
5:30-Banquet of liiount
club, Union.
7:00-OrgAnization meeting

Clemens
of Box-

11: 50 a. m.
Sunday School
Guild Class
meets in Guild House
6:30 p. M.
Guild Meeting
"The Need of Vision"
Samuel Ashbolt, leader

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of the month pay-
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ingclub, third floor of Union.
7:30-Important meeting of all active
members of Cercle Francais, room
202 south wing of University hall.
7:4-Organization meeting of New
York City club, room 325, Union. All
students from New York or Nassau
and Westchester counties invited.
NORTHWESTERN GRADUATES IN
CHICAGO PLAN ORGANIZATION
Chicago, Nov. 8.--With the idea of
bringing together all graduates. and
'former students of Northwestern uni-
versity into a social and fraternal or-
ganizatio alumni of the university
living in hicago have organized and
named committees who will report
future plans, and suggest a name for
the organization and suitable constitu-
tion. It ,is' estimated between 2,040
and 3,000 Northwestern men now are
living' in Chicago and suburbs, with
between 15,000 and 20,000 who will be
eligible to membership in other sec-
tions of the country. It is intendei]
to form a branch organization in many
other cities.
Forty Thousand Die in Petrograd
Helsingfors, Nov. 8.-Forty thous-,
and persons have died in Petrograd in
the last six months. The number of
births registered during the same
period amount to only 5,800.
DO YOU DCANCE
This query has faced you on
every bulletin board and in
many State St. windows.' It is
an announcement that classes
are being formed for the second
series of lessons in the Old
Union Hall.
The beginners' classes will be
held on Monday and Wednesday
this term and the advanced
classes on Tuesday and Thurs-
day. The classes are exclusive-
ly for University men and wo-
men, and the lessons are only
for those enrblled in the class.
University and School of
1Music women wishing to enroll
may do so Tuesday, Nov. 11th,
from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m., in New-
berry Hall,.

.Students' Catholic Chapel
Student services at 7:30 and 10.
The Rev. Fr. Bourke will officiate.
Unitarian Church
Sunday school at 9:30. Kindergar-
ten during church. Morning service
at 10:30. Sermon by Mr. ,idney S.
Robins. Subject, "The Beautiful.
Gate." Young people's forum at 6:30.
Topic, "What About Christion' Sci-
ence?"
AMERICAN MILITARY LEADERS
NOT GIVEN TITLE OF "SIR"
London, Nov. 8.-Tbe question has
been raised whether the order of
Grand Cross of the Bath, which was
conferred . upon General John J.
Pershing, really carries the title of
"Sir." The official list gives the title
to various members of the order, but
not to the American military leader,
whose name appears as "Pershing,
Gen. John, G. C. B. (U. S. A.)."
Neither does the -list give a title to
Vice-Admiral W. S. Sims upon whom
was conferred the Grand Cross 'of the
Order, of St. Michael and St. George,
although in the' case of British sub-
jects this carries the title of "Sir."
RUSSIkN GENERAL PERFORMS
UNUSUAL MILITARY FEAT
London, Nov. 8.-The exploits of
'General Monatov, a Russian cavajry
leader, in: breaking. through' the Bol-
shevik line and maintaining a force
of about 3,000 horsemen for weeks
back of the Bolshevik line, is viewed
by British military experts as one of
the most unusual episodes of five years
1of fighting in Europe.

St. Thomas' Roman Catholic
Masses at 6, 7:30, 9 and 10.
at 10:30.

Churchl
Sermon

Course I-"Upper Room" Class
-Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8
o'clock.
Course H--"UnIvrrsity . Men's
Class" - Sunday Mornings,
,. 9:30 to 10:15 o'clock.*
Course IlI-General Survey, of
the Bible. - Thursday Even-
ings, 6:30 to 7:30 o'clock.
Course IV - Methods of Bible
Study anid Teaching-Friday
Afternoons, 4:10 to 5 o'clock.
Course V-A Discussion Class
-Friday Evenings, 6:30 to
7:30 o'clock. K

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CLASSES
444 South State Street

Cor. Division and Catherine
Services 7:30, 10:30, 4:30
THERE ARE THREE SER-
VICES AT ST. ANDREW/S
EVERY SUNDAY. BESIDES
THE TEN-THIRTY MORNING
SERVICE THERE IS THE
EARLY COM1UNION AT SEV-
tN-TIRTY AND THE TWI-
LIGHT VESPER. SERVICES AT
FOUR-THIRTY. SOME PEO.-
PLE PREFER TO WORSHIP
AT THESE TIMES.
REV. HENRY TATLOCK, D.D.
Rector
REV. CHARLES T. WEBB
Curate
Measured by its price, the Crawford
Brogue Shoe is the most reasonable
'buy in town. Davis Toggery Shop.
119 S. Main S.--Adv.

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GRADUATE FLAYS SPI.
' OF STATE STREI
(Continued from Pai
more "the only -man's sa
west."
It is inconceivable tha
War has 'failed to teach
sentially inspiring, serio
vating. Is npt his artie
an insult to' all the fine
have gone from Michigan
also insulting to the me
great and beloved Presid
James B. Angell, who fo
opportunities for women
Alumni and faculty of
sity should not le this
lenged. Alumnus

Young People's Forum, 6:
'What About Christian Sciei
Professor R. W. Sellars

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Men students may enroll at.
the same time in the Old Union
Building.

Cloth, Blue Print Paper Etc.
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