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lowest possible cost and under cap-
able guidance and instruction. The
tour as outlined at present will take
in important and interesting places, in
Great Britain, universities of London,
Oxford and Cambridge, and Edinburgh,
the industrial centers of Manchester
and Glasgow, Stratford-on.-Avon,

France; Bordeaux, Marseilles, and
Lyons; Italy, Rome, Milan, Genoa,
Naples, Pompeii, Florence, Pisa, Ven-
ice; Scandinavian countries, Copen-
hagen, Christinia, Stockholm and then,
to Berlin, Cologne and Paris.4
The members of the tourst will sail
from New York July 1st, on the "Sax-
onia" which has been especially re-

served, and will stop at Plymouth,
Cherbourg and Hamburg to land the
carious members.
Cabot Now In Washington
Dr. Hugh Cabot, dean of the Medi-
cal school, is in Washington, D. C.,
this week.

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prayer and sermon at St.
Episcopal church will be
hie Rev. John H. Lever, so-
esuperintendent of the dio-
[chigan. In the evening
4:30 o'clock, Rev. C. T.
continue his series of lec-
reat men of the Christian
speaking on "Edward the
At 6:30 o'clock Miss
all, secretady of work
ege women in the depart-
leligious education, New
will speak.
Room Bible class will meet
,lock this morning in Lane
saking Christ" will be the
the morning and "The Res-
f the Body" the subject at
ev. L. F. Gunderman at the
theran church.
Dominant Idea of the Age
ic or Christian?" is the
L. A. Barrett will discuss
fing service at the Presby-
ch. Prof. W. D. Henderson
on "Another Phase of the
iment" before the student
on.k
dI MWemoral Services
rial service will be held
ng at. the Church of Christ
L. Shelton, the missionary
illed by robbers in Thibet.
for the evening service is
a Prophet."
s of Soul" will be the
Rev. Sayles' morning ser-
e Baptist church. Rev. C.
at St. Paul's Lutl~eran'
1 use the subject "Our In-
" for his morning sermon
st Before Herold" for his
rmon. Passion service at>
ran church will be held in
g at which time Rev. E. C.
w~ill preach on "In the Gar-

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LRAN+GE STUDENT
TOURS TO EUROPE
ur international students' touirs
been organized for the summer'
922, under the auspices of. the In-'
tte of International Education.
bership is open to students and
uctors in American colleges and
-ersities. Each of the tours is
r the general guidance of the In-
[te and is also under the special
ices of the appropriate interna-
al society in this country, as fol-
: Students tour to Great Britain,
English Speaking Union, students
to France, Federation de I'Alli-
Francaise, Students tour to
"the Italy America Society. Stu-
,s Tour to the Scandinavian coun-
and the American-Scandinavian
ndation.
iese tours have been planned for
'ents, in order that they may travel

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