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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY SERICES IN
ANN ARBR CHURCHES
Lectures by several well known vis-
itors and pertinent sermons from local
ministers are the features of this

week's services at the variousc
es. At the First Baptist chui
Clarence A. Barbour, president
Rochester Theological se
speaks on "The Master's Defini
Life" and at the evening sera
"The Land of the Undiscovere
Barbour is widely known in
church communion for his serv
international secretary for r(
work in the Y. M. C. A. of Noi
erica. He was heard by thous
American soldiers during the w
is the author of several books,
ing "The Bible in the Worldr
and "Making Religion Efficient
Meaning of Spring Descril
At the Unitarian church, Re
ney S. Robins will discuss "W]
Symbols Ought to Symbolize.
Robins will talk on the modern
ing of the Lent-Easter season
gards what is the truest and I
pression of what ought to be fel
the Spiing and about the "pass
Jesus.- C.~ Stewart Baxter, '21
dent of the S. C. A., will sp
"The Eyes of Youth" at thee
service.
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett will
the theme, "What is Your I
God?" at the morning service
Presbyterian church. Reveren
rett will also speak on various
ious points in answer to a qu
ifaire sent out by Chinese stud
the University of Chicago.
Rev. William L. Stidger, pa;
St. Mark's Methodist church in
will deliver the Wesleyan guild
at the Methodist church al
o'clock. His subject is "Oriental
lights," the material for his
having been gathered last yeas
he was on a trip of 50,000
around the world. Reverend1
spent a number of months o
where he was known by the dou
as "Angelface.".
At the Congregational chu
associate minister speaks this
ing on '"The Young Man Who
At 6 :30 o'clock the second of 1
ies of talks on Cosmopolitans
will be given by Ramon Capi
grad., and Manuel Pablo, '22E,
Philippines'.

Rev. E. C. Stellhorn, of the Zion
Lutheran church, speaks at the morn-
ing service on "Heaven Unlocked,"
and the evening service-on "Herod, A
Man to Whom Jesus Would Not Speak."
Rev. Howard R. Chapman, Baptist
student pastor, preaches at the morn-
ing service of the Trinity Lutheran
church on "Fellowship in Christ's Suf-
ferings."
"Substance" is the topic to be dis-
cussed at the morning service of the
Christian Science church. The testi-
monial,meeting will be held Wednes-
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Bishop Charles D. Williams will be
the speaker at the morning service of
St. Andrew's Episcopal church. Bish-
op Williams will talk on "The Gospell
for a Day of Disillusionment." At
4:30 o'clock Rev. Charles T. Webb,
curate, will discuss "The Development
of the Hebrew Scriptures."
"The Mind of Christ" is the subject
for morning services at the Church of
Christ, Disciples. F. P. Arthur, past-
or, will also deliver the evening ser-
mon on "The Province of Preaching."
University Men's Bible class meets
this morning in Lane hall.
,i'i.

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Screen

s
C
i

SMajestic - Louise Glaum in
"Love." Larry Semon in "The
Suitor."
Arcade-Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuck-
le in George Barr McCutch-
eon's story, "Brewster's Mil-
lions."
Wuertlh-- Douglas Fairbanks in
"The Nut."
Orpheum -- Mildred Chaplin in
"Polly of the Storm Country."
THIS WEEK
stage
Garrick (Detroit)-Henry Hull,
Alma Tell, and George Marion
in the comedy, "When We Are
Young."
Schubert (Detroit)-Bert Wil-
liams and George McKay in
the musical comedy, "Broad-
way Brevities of 1920."
Sunday night specials. Both Amer-
ican and Chinese, for your entertain-
ment. Chinese Gardens.-Adv.

SENIOIR IT S WILL gradually and to introduce it into and orders may be placed for t
E TA classes where the majority were up- any time.
EET ON HURSDA perclassmen. The honor committee
has presented a report to Dean John Austrian Treaty Subject of I
Members of the '21 lit class will R. Effinger's advisory, committee ask- "The Austrian Peace Treaty"
meet at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon ing its approval of such a plan, subject of a lecture to be gi
in room 205, Mason hall, to select a Senior caps and gowns may now be Archibald Cary Coolidge, profe;
to fill the vacancy re- ordered from George Moe. No deposit history in Harvard university,
councilman't iltevcnyr
need be made. Wagner and company Natural Science auditorium a1
cently left by Joseph Avery, '21, who are handling the official senior canes o'clock on Friday, March 18.
graduated in February. If a large

enough representation of the class is
present the council man will not only
be nominated but also elected at this
meeting.
The senior honor committee has
sent out questionnaires to all mem-
bers of the faculty of the literary col-
lege relative to the success of the
honor system recently introduced into
the senior finals in classes containing
50 students or less. The consensus
of opinion of the faculty was that it
would be best to extend the system

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Books, Stationery, and Miscellaneous Goods

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and in order to do this, we shall have a great readjustment on all of our prices. Thus we
have a gigantic

Beginning Tomorrow and Lasting for a Period of Two, Weeks
A few of the articles included in this sale are listed in the following

Stationery

Books

Leather Go

Our complete stock of station-
ery, including box, pound, and
Michigan Seal paper is inclu-
ded in this great clearence
sale. We are selling much
stationery at far below cost.

Complete sets of
Kipling
Mark Twain
O'Henry
Conrad
Hardy
Stevenson etc. .

Works of Standard Authors
Jack London,
H. C Wells
Arnold Bennett
Rex Beach
Hugh Walpole
etc.

Leather Note Books
Sorap Books
Portfolios
Diary's
Poclet Books
in fact our entire line of
leather goods

We will have special tables of selected books at
Everyman New Edition 69c
This Includes Our Childrens Books

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and 69c

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