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January 30, 1921 - Image 10

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This served as the christening place ize their designs, with a pistol shot,
of the "Frosh". The first year men fired in the air.
were pushed in in swarms and then "One of the finest pieces of marks-
dragged on their back through the manship I ever saw," said "Gus", "oc-
grass. cured when the Sophs strung their flag
Getting the Black Friday posters up on the pole one night and cut the
distributed over the campus was the halliards Of course, the flag had to
the ambition of both the Sophs and come down and after several 'plans
the Frosh. The practice was frowned had been proposed a senior dent ap-
upon by the night watch, who on peared with a rifle. He took just one
many occasions scattered the offen- shot at the flag and severed the rope
ders, just as they were about to real- which held it to the mast."

structed on the south side.
"In the days when "Biffy" Lee CHURCH OF CHRIST 4. N ua nsapa
coached the football machines, just DISCIPLES cl C
before the coming of Yost, some of the
big games were played on Navin field South University Ave. Cor. Catherine and Division Sts.
in Detroit. I believe the hardest loss
that Michigan ever experienced was a F. P. ARTHUR, PASTOR
game played with Iowa on the Detroit Rev. Henry Tatlok, D.D., Rector
grounds," asserted "Gus". "The team Rev. Charhes T. Webb, Curate
had been doing well that year and 9:30 - Bible School. Maurice
Iowa was doped a weak team. When Taylor, Supt. 7:35 A. M. - Holy Communion.
the train from the west passed 10:30 - Morning Service. Sub- 10:30 A. M. - Morning Prayer
through Ann Arbor the Iowa boys re- ject: "Ye of Little Faith." and Sermon by the Rector,
leased in its wake a white cloud of "A High Calling for Life:
divulging the secret tha 6:30 - Christian Endeavor, C. an Address to Men Students."
posters, di ugn th se rt ha E. Van Neter, Leader.
Michigan would be no more after the 4:30 P. M. - Evening Service
next afternoon's game. It, of course, 7:30 - Evening Service. Sub- and Address by the Curate,
ject: "Conversion of a Rabbi.
as the campus joke until the score Also a film will be shown. "Missionary Minds of Israel."
of the game came back overwhelm-
ingly in favor of Iowa. When the
train whisked its way west another
snow of handbills spread over the UNITARIAN CHURCH
landscape with the single phrase, 'I FIRST Staean 'HUR t
told you so.' State and Huron Sts.
Black Friday, in the time before the BAPTIST CHURCH SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minsiter.
blue laws, was the day of days. Therem January 90, 1921
was a pool of pond lilies behind thee uron St., Below State 10:40 A. M. - "Mr. Ford and
-pbthe Ability to Think." The ar-
c old library in the Botanical gardens. J. M. WELLS, MINISTER tiles on the "Jewish Prob-
321 East Ann Street lem," from Mr. Ford's paper
have been sent to non-sub-
ANNnARB-scribers as a "challenge to
ANN ARBOR thought." How can newspa-
pers and pulpits alike pro-
BIBLE 10:30 A. M. - Public Worship. mote real thinking?
J. M. Wells will preach on 5:40 P. M.-Y. P. R. U. Social
"The Great Change." Hour.
Headquarters in Lane Hall. 6:30 P. M-Forum of Religion.
12:00 Noon - Guild Class. "Six Days Shalt Thou Labor,"
H. R..Chapman will speak. Professor David Friday.
Classes meet in the "Upper 6:30 P. M. - Guild Meeting. We imagine Professor Friday
Room." will say something about the
Rom "The Challenge of China" by Blue Laws.
Upper Room Bible Class Sat- Dr. H. L. Canright. All Seats are Free
urday evenings. University A e r
Men's Bible Class Sunday
Ask for printed circular an-
nouncing six courses. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Read the Upper Room Bulletin. CORNER HURON AND DIVISION
of Chicago
will speak at the Morning Service on:
SCIENTIST Dr. Brown is one of the country's leading workers in big city
church extension problem, and is solving the problem o\ the church
in Chicago. As Superintendent of the Extension Board of the Chi-
cago Presbytery, he is leading a staff of social experts in work in
tenement and foreign sections of the city.
12:00 Noon. Dr. Iden's student class.
6:30 P. M. Dr. Brown will speak to the University Young People's
Sunday services at 10:30 A.M. Scey
Thed subjetis ove." Testim- "0Special Musical Numbers by the Choir:
The subject is "love." Testimo- "O, Jesus, Thou Art Standing" ..........................Prothorse
nial meeting, Wednesday even- "Thy Hallowed Presence"..............................Carter
ing at 7:30. A cordial invita-
'- tion is extended to all. Sunday
School at 11:45 A. M., to which
pupils under 20 years may be
admitted. A public reading FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
room, 236 Nickels Arcade, is
open daily, except Sundays and REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D., Pastor
holidays, from 12 to 5 o'clock. MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director
January 30, 1921
.: _ _ _ _ _10:30 A. M. "The Bible's Eternal Appeal." Pastor's Subject.
12:00 Noon. Bible School.
ZION LUTHRAN6:00 P. M. Social Half Hour.
6:30 P. M. Mr. Herbert Twining, Leader, Wesleyan 'Guild Devo-
CHURCH tional Meeting.
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.Special Musical Service at 4:00 P. M.-"Ave Maria" (Schubert),
R V. E.nC Washington Miss Struble, violinist, and Mr. Brooks, organist; "Day is dying in
REV. E. C. STELLHORN the West," Choir Hymn, Excerpts from "The Holy City" (Alfred R.
Pastor Gaul); "Contemplation," violin and organ; "No Shadows Yonder,"
120 Packard Street Chorus and Tenor Solo; "My Soul is athirst for God," Tenor Solo;
"At Eventide it shall be Light," Trio; "They that sow in tears," Quar-
"I commend my soul into the tette and Chorus; "Eye hath not seen," Contralto Solo; "Adoration,"
handsom GodmyCeatorhpviolin and organ; "These are They," Soprano Solo; "Thine is the
of Kingdom," the Chorus.
ing and assuredly believingKg , eCA I TAUE
through the merits of Jesus SPECIAL INITATION TO ALL STUDENTS
Christ, my Savior, to be made
partaker of life everlasting."
- -Shakespeare. Tl fr h
10:30 A. M. -.(English) "The
Dangers of Self Exaltation."
7:30 P. M.-(English) "A Les-
son in Multiplication." CONGREGATIONALCHURCH
-------------_ 10:30
The minister will deliver the fourth sermon-lecture of the
TRINITY LUTHERAN series on "Life as an Industry."
R The theme for the day is:

Fifth Ave. and William St. 12:00
Rev. Lloyd MelWallick,
Re. Ploastor The Students' Forum will be addressed by Mr. Chas.
_ D. Hurry of New York City. Mr. Hurry is general sec-
Sretary of the Committee on Friendly Relations Among
Foreign Students.
10:30 A. M. - "A Certain Tree" r:S e
will be the theme of the pas-C6:30
- tor's sermon. This will be The Congregational Students will meet in the parlors.of
Mr. Wallick's farewell service c the church to hear Dr. K. Kato of New York City. He
as pastor of this church. is the secretary for Japanese students.
11:30 A. M. - Sunday School.
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