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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IAY SERTICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES

John Mason Wells, pastor of the
First Baptist church, will speak at the,
morning service on "Building a Life."
In the evening Rev. Y. H. Shahbaz will
give a lecture on "Held Captive by the
Turks." Rev. Shahbaz was for six
months held a prisoner by Turkish
officials and his son starved to death
at their hands.
At St. Andrews' Episcopal church
Rev. Henry Tatlock will speak at the
10:30 o'clock service on "Two Reasons
That Deter Men from Entering the
Clerical Profession." The subject for
the morning service at the Church of
Christ, Disciples, will be "Increase
Our Faith." "Experiencing Salvation."
is the title of a sermon to be given
this morning at the Presbyterian
ehurch.
Unitarian Sermon on.Brooke
At the Congregational, church the
minister will begin a series of lenten
services on "Problems of Leadership,"
treating today the "Economic Prob-
lem." Rev. Arthur W. Stalker, pastor
of the First Methodist church will
speak this morning on "Appreciation
and Life."' At the Unitarian church a
sermon will be delivered on "A Life,
Stopford A. Brooke," by Rev. Sidney
F. Robins. Mr. Brooke was the famous
poet and pastor who died during the
war. "The Force of Christian Life,"
is the subject of a talk to be given at
the Zion Lutheran church this morn-
ing.
Other religious meetings of special
interest will be at the Congregational
church where Prof. Edwin D. Dickin-
son, of the Law school, will address
the University religious forum on "The
Law as a Profession," at noon today.
At 6:30 o'clock this evening the Con-
gregational students lead by Adrian T.
Hess, '23, will take up a discussion
of the forum subject from the point
of view of the student.
Dr. H. M. "McCandless, of China,
will speak on "Ancestor Worship and
Family Life in China," at 6:30 o'clock
this evening at the Unitarian church.
Lenten Talks Planned
During the Lenten season, which be-
gins next Wednesday, the Sunday
preachers at St. Andrews'Episcopal
church will be brought here on the
Baldwin lectureship foundation, found-
(Continued on Page Eight)

WHAT'S GOING ON
SUNDAY
9:30-University Men's Bible class
meets in the upper room, Lane hail.
4 :0-Student volunteers meet, Lane
hall.
5:45-Social hour at the Unitarian
church followed by a lecture on
"Ancestor Worship and Family Life
in China," by Dr. H. M. McCandless.
6:00-Social half hour at the Vleth-
odist church followed by Wesleyan
guild meeting.
7:30-Rev. V. H. Shahbaz, of Persia,
will lecture on "Held Captive by the
Turks," at the Baptist church.
FEBRUARY ?
4:30-Twilight recital, Hill auditorium.
FEBRUARY 8
4:30-Twilight recital, Hill auditorium.
8:00 - Sascha Jacobinoff, violinist,
plays, Pattengill auditorium.

of the University School of Music,
School of Music hall.
7:30-Meeting of the University post
of the American Legion, Union.
FEBRUARY 10
4:30-Twilight recital, Hill auditorium.
FEBRUARY 11
4:30-Twilight recital, Hill auditorium.
7:00-First rehearsal in the Workshop
of those who received notice of se-
lection in Union opera chorus.
7:45-Gospel Meeting, Lane hall..
FEBRUARY 13
::00-Community sing and program
by the Michigan band, Hill auditor-
ium.
FEBRUARY 14
4:30-Twilight recital, Hillauditorium.
FEBRUARY 15
4:30-Twilight recital, Hill auditorium.
FEBRUARY 16
4:15-Concert by advanced students of
the University School of Music,
School of Music hall.
(Continued on Page Eight)

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Cigars and Candies. Cigarettes and Pipes.
"WE TRY TO TREAT YOU RIGHT."
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