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ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
Dr. Henry Seymour Brown, super-
intendent of the extension board of the
Chicago Presbytery, will speak at this
morning's service of the Presbyterian
church on "Evangelizing a Big City."
Dr. Brown is one of the leading
workers in the big city church exten-
sion problem and is leading a staff of
social experts in work in tenement and
foreign sections of the city. He will
also speak to the young people's so-
ciety of that church at 6:30 o'clock
tonight.
At the 10:30 o'clock cervice of the
Congregational church Rev. Lloyd C.
Douglas will talk on "The Charter,"
the fourth sermon-lecture of a series
on "Life as an Industry."
Rev. Sidney S. Robins wil speak on
"Mr. Ford and the Ability to Think,"
at the Unitarian church this morning.
At St. Andrew's Episcopal church Rev.
Henry Tatlock will deliver the morn-
ing sermon on "The High Calling for
Life."
Rev. Arthur W. Stalker, of the First
Methodist church, talks on "The
Bible's Eternal Appeal," at the 10$0
o'clock service this morning. "The
Great Change," is the subject of Rev.
J. M. Wells' sermon at the First Bapt-
ist church.
Rev. Lloyd Merl Wallick, of the
Trinity Lutheran church will speak on
"A Certain Tree" this morning at his
farewell service as pastor of the
church. "Ye of Little Faith," will be
the subject of Rev. F. P. Arthur at the
Church of Christ, Disciples, and "The
Dangers of Self Exaltation," will be
the subject of Rev. E. C. Stellhorn, at
the Zion Lutheran church.
Other metings of special interest
during the day will be at the Congre-
gational church where ,Mr. Charles D.
IHurry, of New York City, will address
the students' forum at 12 o'clock. Mr.
Hurry is general secretary of the com-
mittee on friendly relations among
foreign students. The secretary of
Japanese students, Dr. K. Kato, of
New York City, wil speak to Congre-
gational students at 6:30 o'clock to-
night in the church parlors.
An invitation has been extended to
all students to attend a special mus-
ical service at 4 o'clock this afternnon
at the First Methodist church.

Thirty Years Ago
(From The Michigan Daily of
January 30, 1891)
Active preparations are now being
made for the trip of the Glee club in
April. Manager Ramsay has secured'
the use of the private hotel car "Chi-
cago," and the boys will be able to
travel with comfort, without being an-
noyed with the continual changing of
cars. The boys will wear the mortar
board and University gown while giv-
ing their concerts. The club will have
its picture taken next Tuesday morn-
ing. The boys sang in a phonograph
last Wednesday evening.
Both the Glee and Banjo clubs left
for Detroit this morning to participate
in the exercises of the D. H. S. Alum-
ni association. They will sing the
"Yellow and Blue," "Ann Arbor," and
"Carpe Diem." The Banjo club will
also render three numbers.
It is not generally understood that
the Glee club will sing at Ypsi on
Feb. 7. This being Saturday evening,
it is hoped that a large number of stu-
dents will accompany the boys, and
inspire them by that enthusiasm which
the U:of M. college yell always brings
forth. Arrangements will be made by

the Ypsi and Ann Arbor road so that H. A. Kenyon, "A Trip Through'
several extra trips will be made by (illustrated), April 6; and the
the train, and ample facilities will be will be concluded by a lecture

Spain
cours
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had to go to Ypsi.

LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA
ARRANGES LECTURE PROGRAM
A course in Spanish lectures has
been aranged for next semester by
La Sociedad Hispanica. Mr. Julio del
Toro will speak on Spanish American
writers, Feb. 29; Mr. G. L. Michaud!
will give an illustrated lecture on "The
Progress of Education in Costa Rica,"
March 9; Mr. N. L. Willey will speak
on Benito Jugarez, March 24; Prof

J. M. Albeladejo on "Popular Seren-
ades in Spain," April 27.
At the end of the course the Spanish
society plans to give a dansant to
which the holders of lecture tickets
are privileged to attend. Tickets for
the remainder of the lectures and the
dansant may be secured from Dorothy
Baisley, '22.
We serve dinners to parties. Teet's
Dining Rooms, 805 E. Huron St-Adv.
Teet's Dining Rooms for dinner
parties. 805 E. Huron St.-Adv.

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