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September 29, 1921 - Image 7

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U

ICONGREGATIONAL ST U D FNT S
IWILL CONSIDER INPOkT-
ANT ETENTS
In an effort to keep the student body
informied on economical, social and
political events the Congregational
Students' association has planned a

urns. It is planned to open the meet-
ings with a 30-minute address on the
subject announced for the evening
which will be followed by an' openM
isticussion.
The speakers for the montlh of Oc-
tober with the subjects that they will
speak on are as follows: Prof. J. Rl.
Brumnm, "The Collegeo Aan's Religion";
Prof. AV. A. Fraser, "Germany and the
Peace 'Treaty"; Dr. J, B. Silcox, "Cal-
ifornia"; Prof. Chas. B. Vibbert,
"French-American Relationship"; Prof

The list of speakers for the winter
will include both local and out of
town men. These forums which were
originally held at noon on Sundays'
will be open to the general public and'
will be held in the church parlors in
the basement of the church.
Parcel, Post laundry cases at Wahr's,
316 State S.A'
Lawboratory supplies, Coats, Aprons,
otc. at Wahr's,' 316 State St.-.Av.

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OCTOBER

FOR, THIS
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ENOUGH STARS FOR1 ITRSALL IN THIS "ONE

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ELLIOT DEXTER

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THEODORE KOSLOFF
RAYMOND HATTON

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WANDA HAWLEY
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STARTING
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BECAUSE TIS
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