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U&.IIIULU III
AROR CHURCHES-

"A New Ann Arbor," is the subject
on which the Rev. J. M. Wells of the
First Baptist church will speak at to-
day's morning service. Mr. Wells was
manager of the drive made recently

for the Ann Arbor Community service
budget, and his sermon will, be based
on his experiences while canvassing
during this campaign.
At the Presbyterian church, Rev.
Leonard A. Barrett will preach the
first of three sermons on the sort of
religion we need today. "The God We
Need Today," is the first in the ser-
ies. The theme for the Christian En-
deavor service is to be "The New Life
in China."
The subject of Rev. Sidney S. Rob-
ins of the Unitarian church at the
morning service is "The Discovery of
Happiness." He will point out that to
be happy one must find himself as
well as forget himself. He says that
this is a part of what we see in those
who have actually discovered happi-
ness. At the evening service at 6:30,
o'clock, Prof. R. W. Sellars of the
philosophy department, will speak on
some of the great ethnic ,religions.
The title is "Other Gods," the other
gods spoken of in the first command-
ment.
Other services for the day are as
follows: Rev. P. F. Arthur of the
Church of Christ (Disciples), will give
the last of his historical sermons on
the Disciples of' Christ. His subject
is "Does It Work." At St.. Andrew's
Episcopal, Dr. Henry Tatiock will
preach at the morning service on "In-
complete Morality," and Charles T.:
Webb will talk on " A Lesson Forgot-
ten," at 4:30 o'clock. Rev Arthur W.
Stalker will deliver a sermon on seek-
ers after truth at the morning serv-3
ice of the First Methodist church.
"Making Ready for Christmas," is
Rev, Lloyd C. Douglas' morning sub-I
feet at the Congregational church.
At the Zion Luther church, Rev. E.
C. Stellhorn will talk on "Nearing the
Goal," at the morning service, and
"What of a Personal Christ," in the
evening, and at the Trinity Lutheran
Rev. Lloyd Mere Wallick will deliver
the first of a series of sermons deal-
ing with the birth of Christ.

Dublin, Nov. 27.-Mrs. Annan Bryce,
wife of the former member of parlia-
ment and sister-in-law of Lord Bryce,
former British ambassador to the Un-
ited States, recently was prevented
by British authorities from landing in
Wales to deliver an address. She was
sent back to Ireland and soon releas-
ed.
She had been staying in Glengariff,
County Cork, with her husband and
received an invitation to address meet-
ings in Tonypandy, South Wales. She,
crossed to Holyhead to fulfill this en-
gggement but when the boat reached
Holyhead pier, a military officer ord-
ered her down to the cabin to - be
searched. Nothing was taken except
the notes of the speech she meant to
deliver in Tonypandy.
She was refused permission to land
at Holyhead and was taken back to
Kingstown in custody. At Kingstown
she was put on a military motor lorry
and driven to the Bridewell where she
was detained for a few hours. A
castle official arrived and informed
her that there was no charge against
her and she was then released.

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Screen
Majestic- Jack London's story,
"The Mutiny of the Elsinore."
Also Topics and a Mermaid
comedy, "Dynamite."
Arcade - Douglas McLean and
Doris May in their latest pro-
duction, "The Jailbrird," and
a comedy, "I Wonder What
Baby Thinks About."
Wuerth-"Lahoma," with an all-
star cast. Hank Mann in "Leap
Year," and Fox News.
Orphehm-Anita Stewart in one
of her hest, "Old Kentucky,"
and a Comiclassic comedy.
THIS WEEK

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

year will be examined in each suc-
ceeding year throughout their Uni-
versity course, according to an an-
nouncement by Dr. M. L. Ward of the
dental faculty.
"This idea has been introduced in
order that the dental faculty may
properly advise students as to their
method of living and safeguardance
of health," said Dr. Ward.
Within the last two or three years
indications of tuberculosis, " Bright's
disease and other systemic disor-
ders have been discovered among stu-
dents of the senior classes, accord-

ing to dental authorities. The new'will be carried out with the
system whereby students will be ex- of determining the cause of u:
amined at the beginning of each year ful conditions in they Dental
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MEXICO EXPERIENCES SHORTEST
REVOLUTION IN ALL HISTORY
Mexico City, Nov. 27.--One of thee
shortest lived revolutions in the his-
tory of Mexico has just been put down
by the government in the state of
Nuevo Leon.
Abelardo Arizp4, a colonel in the
Carranza army, approached a small
village near Monterey with 10 follow-
ers, announcing that'he was the van-
guard of the "Army of Reconstruc-
tion," which was going to topple the
present government. Word was sent
to the garrison near Monterey and
that evening Arizpe and his men were
captured and at sunrise the next
morning the colonel was shot.
His men, who appeared to be more
interested in getting something to eat
than in overthrowing a government,
were allowed to depart unmolested.
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A SlLVERS anAttgs
DIAMONDS
A Gift of Beauty
Is Joy Forever.
Also a Fine Investment.

Stage
Garrick (Detroit)--Barney Ber-
nard in "His Honor Abe Pot-
ash," that Montague Glass
farce with the original New
York cast.
Schubert (Detroit) - Cecil Lean
production, "Look Who's
Here," a snappy musical com-
edy with Cleo Mayfield.
ANNUAL PHYSICAL EXAMS
REQUIRED OF DENT STUDENTS

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IRISH CITIZENS FORBIDDEN
POSSESSION OF FIREARMS
Dublin, Nov. 27.-All arms and am-
munition in Ireland have been called
in by the government, and it is now
a criminal offence for anybody to be
in possession, howeverinnocently, of
such articles. Permits have been abl-
ished. Needless to say, the Sinn Fein-
ers have not given up any weapons
and the order: has only- operated
against people who kept guns for
sport, or happened to possess sou-
venirs of the war.
The German cartridges brought
home by many Irish boys would ap-
pear on a charge sheet as so many
rounds of dum dum ammunition, and
even a disabled revolver falls under
the ban. The souvenirs, therefore, now
repose in the government stores. Some
loyal people were not quick enough in
responding to the government order
and have had to pay for it in the police
courts.
In one case a man who had a per-
mit for a gun thought it would be all
right if he told the police about it
without going to the trouble of lodg-
ing it at the military barracks. The
police knowing his position, encour-
aged his delusion. But that did not
save him from prosecution and the
facts showed how needful was the
government's precautions, for the Sinn
Feiners got into his house and made
away with his gun while the prosecu-
tion was pending.
FIVE TAKE EXAMINATIONS
FOR PHILLIPS SCHOLARSHIPS
Five students entered the competi-
tive examinations for Phillips schnlar-
ships which were held yesterday aft-
ernoon in Tappan hail. These schol-
arships, which are given annually,
are awarded to those two or three
students who excel in the Latin and
Greek entrance examinations of the
University.
First year men and,women who are
candidates for the B. A. degree are
eligible to compete for these prizes,
which are offered in accordance with
the will of the late Henry Phillips
Jr. and are valued at $50 each, baThe
scholarships are to be awarded by a
committee consisting of the President
of the University, the dean of the LIt-
erary college, and the senior profes-
sors of Latin and Greek.

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