THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 1922
TOMORROW'S SERVICES IN
ANN ARBOR CITY CHURCHES
(Continued from Page One)
cial music will also be given at the
Communion service will mark the
day at the Presbyterian church and thej
regular services held. Prof. W. D.
Henderson, of the University Exten-
sion division, wil speak on "Jesus in
Modern Life," before his students'
class at 12 o'clock.
"Daniel in Bablyon" will be the sub-
ject taken' by Dr. J. B. Silcox at the
Congregational church for the morn-
ing. Students class will not meet at
12 o'clock as usual, but plans will be
discussed for the new year at the
young people's meeting at 6:15 o'clock.
Rev. Simson Auhyahkaosa Brigham,
a full blooded American Indian, will
speak at both morning and evening
meetings of the St. Andrew's Episcopal
church. Vesper service will be con-
ducted by Rev. Charles T. Webb.
"Does the World Need Saving?" ,
the topic for the morning at the Church
of Christ, with the other services as
usual. The regular services will also
be held at Trinity Lutheran church.
Party to be Given at High School
Pattengill auditorium will be the
scene of an interesting event on Jan.
13, when the girls of the Ann Arbor
high school are to have their fancy
dress party. Several features in the
nature of stunts and playlets are be-
ing prepared by the classes and alum-
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