.BER 19, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
MEASURE PROPOSES RETURN
TO EASTERN STANDARD TIME
A bill providing that Ann Arbor time
be changed on Nov. 26 from central
to eastern has been introduced into
the City council, and will probably be
passed at a. meeting of the council
Monday night. This bill was drawn up
as a result of the large number of
petitions which have been sent to the
mayor asking that the city return to
the time used this summer.
So far such petitions asking for the
change have been received from the
majority of large business firms in
the city, while not a single request
has been been made to continue with
the present time.
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bring the same satisfaction
that you get from Mother's
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at the Armory. The best
Sandwiches in town.
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No. 3 and New River
Upper Lehigh Valley
Scranton White Ash
The Pruner Coal Co,
Retailers and Jobbers of
Coal and Coke
124 E. Huron Street
Bell Phone 1950 F-1
TO MEET HEREDEC ,2-3
EXPECT DELEGATS FROM EVERY
COLLEGE IN THE STATE
A Student Christian callings con-
ference will be held in Ann Arbor Dec.
2 and 3 under the auspices of the State
Y. M. C. A. for the purpose of putting1
before the students.of'the state the'
challenge of religious vocations.
The conference is expected to have
representatives from every college and
university of the state, and the total
attendance of the meeting will doubt-
less be more than 300, half of whom
will be out of town delegates.
President Marion L. Burton will de-
liver an address at the opening ban-
quet. Other speakers of prominence
who will appear at the conference
are: Dr. Charles W. Gilkey and Dr.
Ernest Allen of Chicago, Dr. E. R.
Petty of New York, Dr. A. G. Studer of
Detroit, Dr. C. M. McConnell of Chi-
Little Brown Jug
On Display Here
There are brown jugs and brown
jugs, but there is only one genuine
traditional Michigan-Minnesota brown
jug. It now rests in the window of
Graham's Book store, where its dec-
orations may be viewed by the public.
On one side is Michigan's "M" and
on the opposite side is Minnesota's
"M," each in its respective colors,
while on the dividing line between the
two are the scores of all the games
from the year 1903 to 1920. The tra-
dition of the brown jug dates from '03,
when Minnesota contrived to gain
possession of the Michigan team's
VISITS Y. W. C. A.'S
Margaret Spalding, '22, undergradu-
ate field representative of the Y. W
C. A., will leave Monday to visit Chi-
cago and Wisconsin universities.
The student Y. W. C. A.'s through-
out the country are divided into groups
of three, each of which has one under-
graduate field representative. This of-
fice circulates among the three schools
in the group, a member of each school
holding it for a term of one year.
The duty of the representative is
to visit the two colleges grouped with
her own and investgate the type and
activities of their associations. In this
way ideas are exchanged and the local
associations acquire the national view-
point and national benefit. The most
important questions upon which the
local organizations are now exchang-
ing ideas are those involved in finance,
the personal basis of membership, the
purpose, and both student and indus-
ENGINERING SOCIETY GIVEN
PREFERENCE AT UNION DANCE
Starting its program of social ac-
tivity with a dance, the Engineering
society will hold a pre-Thanksgiving
party, Wednesday evening, Nov. 23,
at the Union. This dance marks the
renewal of a tradition which has been
omitted for some time. Music will be
furnished by the Union orchestra, and
refreshments will also be served. En-
gineering society members will be
given preference in tickets from Sat-
urday until Tuesday at 5 o'clock when
the general campus sale will start.
Gets Detroit Appointment
Prof. Isador Lubin, of the economics
department, has been notified of his
appointment to the committee on reg-
\stration and statistics of Mayor Couz-
en's Unemployment conference in De-
troit. The work will consist princi-
pally of compiling statistics in regard
to the unemployment situation in De-
such. Notices to that effect were post-
ed in all the libraries on the campus
Since the opening of the fall semest-
er some petty larceny has been re-
ported at the library, the missing ar-
ticles being in most university prop-
Notices of a similar reward for the
apprehension of persons responsible
for the disappearance of student and
state property in other parts of the
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv. campus will also be posted.
SUNDAY NIGHT LECTURES
CHURCH AND PROSPECT STREETS
Beginning November 20, 7:30 P. M.
F. H. DUDLEY, EVANGELIST
"WHY GOD DIDN'T DESTROY THE DEVIL"
These lectures will deal with present day conditions in the
Light of the Bible.
WRITE FOR FREE READING MATTER
DR. WELLER SPEAKS BEFOREn
DENTAL SOCIETY MEMBERS$50Q nvvn U OE
Dr. C. V. Weller, of the Pathology
department of the University, gave a r..VWeg TO STOP PETTY THEFTS
lecture, on "Dental Aspects of Cancer-
in the Mouth" Thursday night in the In an effort to check mutilation and
dental amphitheater. This is one of theft of library property the Universi-
a series of lectures given to members ty has posted a $50 reward for infor-
of the Dental society on questions of mation leading to the arrest and con-
direct importance to their profession. viction of any persons responsible for
State and Huron Sta.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
November 20, 1921
"How to Pray for Peace." A fo-
cus for the whole question of
the meaning of prayer. Serv-
ice 10:40 a. m.
Prof. Alexander G. Rutliven will
speak at 6:30 on "The Essen-
tials of Life from the Biolo-
gits's Point of View." Y. P.
R. U. Supper, 5:45.
Music: Mr. Stahl at the organ:
Anthem; Soprano Solo; "Ben-
A Very Cordial Welcome!
STODAY'S CHURCH. SERVICES
STUDENTS AND RELIGION
I have been directly associated in
religious work among students for
about twenty-five years. My experi-
ence and observations are that prac-
tically all university students respond
to a genuine religious appeal. This is
not to say that all students are Christ-
ians or interested in the organized
churches but it is to affirm that the
inner life of university men and wo-
men craves that which can only be
supplied b yreligion. Moral habits,
social service and altruistic ideals are
born of religion and only remain in
proportion as the inner life of the
individual student is fed by vital re-
ligion. The problems of religious or-
Huron, Below State
10:30 - Morning Worship: Ser-
mon by the Rev. Clarence S.
Burns of Ypsilanti.
Guild Class at Guild House,
taught by Rev. Howard R.
6:00--Guild Social Hour.
6:30 -Guild Devotional Meet-
ing in church parlors.
6:30 - B. Y. P. U. meets at
*10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship: REV, D. D. FORSYTH, D.D., Phila-
delphia, Pa., Speaker.
12:00 Noon-BIBLE CLASSES in AUDITORIUM OF LANE HALL.
6:00 P. M.-SOCIAL HALF! HOUR for the young people.
6:30 P. M.-MISS THELMA STEVENSON, Leader, WESLEYAN
GUILD DEVOTIONAL MEETING.
*7:30 P. M.-BISHOP ADNA W. LEONARD, LL.D., San Francisco,
* Both Bishop Leonard and Rev. Forsyth have been delegates to
the National Methodist Conference which has been held in Detroit
this last week and it is because of this we are able to have them in
Ann Arbor at this time.
DO NOT LET THE OPPORTUNITY PASS. HEAR THEM SUNDAY.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
Cor. Third and West Huron Sts.
C. A. BRAUER, Pastor
9:30 A. M.-Public worship
10:30 A. M. - Bible School.
11:30 A. M.- Public worship
"The Bridegroom Cometh."
PRESBYTERIA N CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELLIHORN,
To us the Gospel of Christ is
infinitely more than a code of
ethics. It is the power of God
to save not only from the guilt
of sin, but from sin itself.
9:00 A. M.-Bible study hour.
10:30 A. M.-(German) Sermon,
"Needful Preparation for the
Second Coming of Christ."
7:30 P. M. - "The Grand Old
Man from Moon-city."