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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TURDAI
RSITY WO N'S ASSOCIATION LibraryNotes
Christmsueansbactonfoh otOrR e m aSa
TIof the students and faculty members'
AKES FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENThita ensvcto orms' 0 R emno vaI S al,
on the campus, but fr the staff of theOunvriyLbaytmesabsy
University Library it means a busy
Research by Allowance for voted to preparation for the profession peri For, between Dec. 16 and Jan.
Study of Physical of social service, and is open to any call during which time each of the
Sciences woman who has at least one year of 450,d00 books must be accounted for.
graduate work. The first step in this task is being S
1,000 TO FURTHER It is specified that the Boston Alum- completed this week when all library
N-AMERICAN RELATIONS nae fellowship must be in Europe or books held by students are being re-
America for one year of constructive turned. At present there are still 2,-
erican Association of Uni- 000 volumes charged out to students, IS STILL IN FULL BLAST. WE HAVE
omen announces six fellow- which must be returned by SaturdayVOUR DT
lications for which must be night. Members of the faculty have in VACATE R DOWN -TOWN LOCA'
later than Feb. 1, 1922, to W ATCH RESULT OF their possession approximately 13,000
'aret E. Maltby, Barnard Col- WO M E N 'S MEET, books. These need not be returned (120 EAST LIBERTY STREET), JAN.
mbia University, New York SAYS M URTLAND over the vacation period but each fac- WD NOT INTEND TOTCARRY I
ulty member Is expected to ca W E DO NO
of application should contain Library t verify his account,
t of the applicant's educa- "College women should watch care- OUR N LOCATION ANY OF OUR P
ning, a statement in full of fully the results of the International !
f study or research, and the Congress of Working Women which During vacation period the upper ENT STOCK SO HAVE SLA SH ED
view. Each application was held recently in Geneva, Switzer- and lower study halls and the gradu-O. P
accompanied by a certificate land," said Prof. Cleo Murtland, of De- ate reading rooms will be closed. PRICE ON EV RY PAIR OF M EN 'S
egistrar of the college which troit, member of the university voca-
he applicant's degree, also tional education staff, who is in Ann During the month of November 8,- W OM EN'S W INTER FOOTW EAR, REG
nials as to her health, char- Arbor to attend the Manual Arts con- 052 books were drawn from the Li-
ity, and scholarship, and by rerence. brary for home use, as.compared with LESS OF COST.
pers or reports of investiga- The congress adopted a broad pro- 7,000 for the preceding month. Books
ished or unpublished. gram dealing with the social and eco- used in all study rooms and depart-
s Available Next Year nomic crises of today. Resolutions mental libraries during the month total
lowships available for the were adopted favoring the promotion 54321. Records show that 418,377 A AIAND
year, 1922-1923, are as fol- of trade union organizations among books were used during the 12 months
e Freeman Palmer Memorial working women, the development of closing Nov. 31. This figure does not 304 SOUTH STATE STREET 120 EAST LIBERT
p for which candidates must an international policy giving special include the many books used in the
legree of Doctor of Philoso- consideration to women and children, reference rooms of which there is no
ctor of Science, or must pre- and the appointment of working wo- record made.
which woul h onsidered men on organizations effecting their

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Stk'.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
December 11, 1921
"OUR BELIEF IN GODT)
The characteristic of our age
is not atheism but a bewilder-
ment about the God they believe
in.
CHRISTMAS READING
Supper of Y. P. R. U. advanced
to 5:15, and at 5:45 a reading
by George D. Wilner, Depart-
menteofgOratory, of Sir J. M.
Barrie's play, "The Will." Out
for University Service.
A CORDIAL WELCOME, MORN-
ING AND EVENING

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SUNDAY'S CHURCH SERVICES

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What Others Say:

QJI.rrhi
Cor. Catherine and Divison St.
7:35 A. M.--Holy Communion.
10:30 A. M.-Morning Prayer and
Sermon by the Rev. Gordon
Craig.
4:30 P. M.-Vesper service and
address continuing the series:
"Great Men of the Christian
Church," by Rev. C. T. Webb.

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The season upon us has many qual-
ities that are all its own, Its origin
gives it its first and greatest one, that
of-the expression of the divine kind-
ness and love to all men. Life may be
lived in an entirely different mood,
when the assurance has been given
that the heart of this big universe of
ours is essentially kind. "Fear not"
was the part of the message spoken
to the shepherds. Anxiety gives way
to, peace. The clouds hovering over
the heart are dissipated. Hope sits
where despair had her throne.
Humanity has not been slow in not-
ing that a similar spirit between men
has contributed wonderfully toward
making this world a very livable,

place. "Good will- toward men" has
been a long time in becoming a sweet
and gracious human custom. Fam-
ilies, with their own affections, have
felt the thrill of Christmas and have
been bound together in nobler bonds.
Neighbors have dropped suspicious
and enmities mission of good will. And
and divine mission of good will. And
at last the very nations that in their
historic careers have appeared to
have known only selfishness are in
their representatives meeting in our
Washington to further the Christmas
spirit in pledges for human welfare.
This has the promise of being the
best Christmas the world has ever
seen.

6:00 P. M.--Supper
Hall.

in' Harris

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FIRST BAPTIST

CHURCH
Huron, Below State

ANN ARBOR
BIBLE CHAIR
AND
"UPPER ROOM"

10:30-Prof. L. F. Smith of Kal-
amazoo College will preach.

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12:00-Sunday School.
Class at Guild House.

Guild

ST METHODIST CHUI
Cor. S. State and E. Wasbington Sts.
REV. ARTHUR W. ITSALKER, D.D. Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director

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BIBLE

CLASSES

5:30-B. Y. P. U. at Guild
House.
5:45-Guild Social Hour at
Church.
6:00-Guild Devotional Meet-
ing. Topic: "Do Your Christ-
mas Shopping Early.' Earl
Nicholson, leader.
7:00-All join in University
Service at Hill Auditorium.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH

10:30 A. M.-Morning Worshin. Pastors Subject: "THE SEATS OF
THE SCORNERS."
12:00 Noon-BIBLE SCHOOL. Student classes in auditorium of Lane
Hall.
6:00 P. M.-Social Half Hour for the Young People.
6:15 P. M.-"CHRISTMAS SERVICE" for the Guild Devotional Meet-
Ing.
SPECIAL MUSIC FOR THE MORNING SERVICE: "Benedictus"
(Tours), the chorus; "Sing 0 Heavens" (Tours), the chorus; "God So
Loved the World" (Stainer), the quartette.
STUDENTS ESPECIALLY INVITED.

(MO. SYNOD)
Cor. Third and West Huron Sts.
C. A. BRAUER, Pastor
9:30 A. M.-Public worship
(German)
10:30 A. M. - Bible School.
11:30 A. M. - Public worship.
Subject: "The Mission of
John the Baptist.'
WELCOME
ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELLHORN,
Pastor
"God's way is never through
the thicket of human devices
and cunning. He succeeds in
spite of human efforts rather
than because of them. This God
we trust. His will we proclaim."
9:00 A. M.-Bible study hour.
10:30 A. M.-"Christmas Prepar-
ations."
7:30 P. M.-Rev. H. Mackensen
will preach on "Christian
Stewardship."
All services in English.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
HURON AND DIVISION
MORNING WORSHIP
at 10:30
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett
speaks on
"The Future of the Church in a Modern World"
Prof. W. D. Henderson's Student Class
12:00
"The Sermon on the Mount"
YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY
Social Half hour at 6:00 - Program at 6.30
Topic: "Investing a Life" Roland Robinson, '22E, Leader
MUSIC: Organ Prelude, "Cantaline in F Minor," Marchant; "Call
to Worship", Earl of Morington; Anthem, "I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes,"
Rogers; Anthem, "Behold the Days Come," Woodward.
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LANE HALL
See "Upper Room" Bulle-
tin and Printed Schedule.'
Sunday Class for Men from
9:30 to 10:15
CHURCH OF CHRIST
South UniversityAo
Rev. G. G. Townsend of Angola,
Indiana, will speak at 10:30
A. M.
Students Classes at Noon.
Bible School at 9:30 A. M.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 P.M.
Gilbert Bishop, Organist

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F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
SUNDAY:
10:30 o'clock: Morning worship with sermon by Dr. J. B. Silcox;
the theme is "A MAN SENT FROM GOD."
12:00 o'clock: Class for University students led by Mr. George
A. Kuyper. The discussion centers around the "Sermon on
the Mount."
2:45 o'clock: "Sing" at the Homoeopathic Hospital.
THURSDAY:
8:00 o'clock P. M. Soloists and chorus will give Part One of
the "Messiah." The public is invited and there is no admis-
sion charged.
NEXT SUNDAY:r
Dr. Chester B. Emerson, minister of the North Woodward Avenue
Congregational churchin Detroit, will preach.

TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and William St.
Rev. L. F. Gunderman, Pastor
9:30 A. M. - Students' Discus-
sion Class.
10: 30 A.M. - "The Search-light
of the Judgment."
7:30 P. M. - "Love Finds a
Way."
A Home-like Church

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