President Marion L. Burton will de-
liver the principal address. at the first
of the series of Sunday evening serv-
ices, which is to be held in Hill audi-
torium at 7 o'clock tomorrow eve-
Another feature of the gathering
will be the Varsity Glee club, which
will make its initial appearance of the
year. The 52 men who compose the
Glee club werepicked from- a field
of 150 tryouts by Frank L. Thomas,
"Impressions from the Eastern Re-
ligious Conference," will be the sub-
ject of a short talk by James G. Frey,
'22. Walter B. Rea, '22, will preside
over the meeting.
The complete musical program fol-
Organ Prelude: First movement..
Sonata in A minor
Hymn....... ....... "St. Gertrude"
Onward, Christian soldiers!
Marching as to war-
"Morning Song".........A. A. Stanley
The Varsity Glee club
Hymn ............"Evening Praise"
Day Is dying in the west;
Heaven is touching earth with rest-
Organ Postlude: Laudate Dominus
Organist-Prof. Earl Vincent Moore
Director-George Oscar Bowen
AT THE THEATERS
S0D A Y
sents Betty Blythe
er 0' Mine."
Majestic - Charles Chaplin in
"The Idle Class."
Wuerth-Douglas Fairbanks in
his own production "The Three
Orpheum-May Allison in "The
All upperclass women playing on
class hockey teams are required to
take a physical examination at the
Health service before 12 o'clock Mon-
day, Oct. 24.
Class hockey teams will be announc-
ed the first part of next week.
Chaperones for dances over the week
end are: Union-Mrs. E. G. Heartt;
Armory-Mrs. H. B. Lazell ; Packard
-Mrs. H. W. Cake.
An honor point hike for women will
start at 9 o'clock Saturday morning
from Barbour gymnasium and return
at 12 o'clock.
All girls in the second round of
the tennis tournament must play- off
their matches by Saturday evening or
default. Scores are to be posted on
the bulletin board in Barbour gymnas-
DeanMyra B. Jordan will entertain
the freshman social committee from
4 to 5 o'clock Monday afternoon in
There will be a meeting of the Jun-
ior Girls' play committee at 4 o'clock
Tuesday, Oct. 26.
Dean Myra B. Jordan will entertain
the freshman spread committee at a
supper at 5:30 o'clock Monday in Bar-
The board of directors of the Wom-
en's league will meet at 10 o'clock
this morning in Barbour gymnasium.
The board of representatives with the
advisory board will meet at 11 o'clock.
MICHIGAN WILL WIN. So will we.
Special menu changed twice daily.
Barley soup, choice of roast, beef,
roast lamb and stew with vegetables.
Roast pork and beans, breaded lamb
chops, gravy, bread and butter, cof-
fee or tea, desert-all for 35c. We de-
liver anything to your room. Ham's
Lunch,.538 Forest. Call 1526-M.-Adv.
Special three piece orchestra every
evening from 6 to 7:30 P. M. at Chi-
Campus Swept 21y
Gargoyle's 'first number' did not sell
exactly like the o.f. hotcake as a mat-
ter of speed today. It was more like
an auto -race between Tommy Milton
and Ralph Do Palma illustrating,
"Here they come, there they go!" in
a record breaking sale. Five hund-
red more copies of Gargoyle were pur-
copies having been put into ei
tion by 5 o'clock yesterday afte:
Members of the Gargoyle staff
bute the sale not only to the exce
of the 'first number'" itself butt
interest on the part of early1
comers waiting for tomorrow's
The remaining 300 copies of t
sue, it is expected, will be on s
the game this afternoon.
DANCE TONIGHT. Masonic
ple, Ypsi. Dancing at 8:30.-A
375 END POINT
Garrick (Detroit) - The Green-
wich Village Follies, 1920.
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)-The
'iillar, '20. Announces Engagement
Announcement of the engagemtient of
Mary Kimball, of Danvers, Mass., to,
Bruce Millar, '20, of Lansing was made
Friday evening. Miss Kimball is a
Simmons college graduate of the 1920
Millar is a member of Michigamua,
Sphinx, Sigma Delta Chi, and P Delta
Epsllon and was associated with The
Daily, Chimes, and Michiganensian
during his four years on the campus,
having been managing editor of the
1920 Michiganensian. He is at pres-
et the director of publicity of the
state department of health
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President Marion L. Burton
and Mrs. Burton will be at home
to returning Michigan aulmni aft-
er the Ohio Slate game next Sat-
urday until 7 o'clock.
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