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tuhUN RfL Ut VII
INTEREST, ON TOOAY'S

glesther' ae may chnce forup-1
sets and1 the results of the contestst
will eliminate many strong contendersl
DU frm thevarious races. Michigan is
[0 Uj [practically the only school of any im-I
portance in the country which hasno oehn tsaeo h rd
iron today.
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-iy-Notre flame to Attract Great:- sents itself. Navy will take' an St. IFICIWAN HARRIERS TO
est Interest Xaviers at Annapclis in a game of an RUY AT CQLUNhIBUS TODAt
- insignificant 'nature. WV. and d;, con-
W1ISCONSIN BATTLE GITES conquerors of the strong LafayetteI (Continued from Page Six)
CHANCE FOR C0IMPAISON machine last week, will encounter
- ~~~~Wabash college at Washington, Penn-baIn thmotefnamite
When the time for action on the Sylvania. Wabash is one of the three .coach thinks. Arndt also is a strong1
gridiron rolls around this afternoon, runner-uips for the Oioa ConferenceI rukrner who has ahown well this year. 1
Michigan wil be the only school in title and although her defeat is pros-! Stevre places great faith in this mant
the Big Ten not sending her team into al there will b no want of campedi- and expects him to place well up int
an important battle. In the east, itin for her opponents. Ohio Wesley- !the list.
the south, and on the Pacific an, another runner-tip infthe Ohio; Grifin, Rearick, Shenefield, Reinkel
Coast contests of consequence will <.1- Conference. will furnish strong corn- and Vande Visse are the, other men
so take place.j petition for the Michigan Aggie s. It who will run for Michigan today. I
Three of-the four contenders for theI is doiubtful whether the Farmers will" They are without exception' stron'g
Western Conference titlo will, clash tbe able to check her Buckeye oppon- runners and ought to show up to ad- I
'with other conference team~s in hard ents although Coach Barron has been vaage.
g'ames while the tail-enders will fight shifting his men in a hope of greater' Illinois has -a strong aggregation
It out for last place. The Chicago- strength. "Stelb" Kip ke, brother to .iin the race today and will give St eve's
Ohio battle at Columbus bids fair to M~tichigan's halfback, will prob~ably fea- r
'outdo the other games in general in- 'tore the contest.
lerest. Although Oi snot consid- South of the Mason-Dixon. line two I I~ ~g
'eyed a title contender she is c onjced- battles of importance will take place. *
'eil a fair chance of spoiling the Ma- The powerful Georgia Tech eleven, I ®* -u
roon's record. with out one defeat behind her, will 1,
G6olpers Tackle Iowa Itry out the Georgetown squad at Atlan-!
Minsota w.ill journey to Icowa City ta ini a game that, the engineers shouldI
in an atmtt ontelakvs win by a small margin. Centre col-
In spite of the reputation already lege will engage Washington and Lee
gained by the Iowans, today's game at Louisville. Neither of the two teams
Will be their first really hard Confer- have been showing up well but have a l
ence game of the season and the :shown steady improvement in their BLLIARDS
strong team from the North is ,likely last games.
tstop them in their tracks. The i:floTor forgheenthils monsgroud
game . betWeen Wisconsin and the ll.= California, a strong bidder for the w florfo tismotPo~l
brii it likely 'to go'to the Badgers b' samne honors which she has held for g YOar.>reaing ar o
a comfortable margin. The inter i'ttelatfwyer nth aiiccat ® the pleasure of college life
in the game lies .chiefly in the fqc': will mzeet, the undefeated University of if you do not make use of S
that the. result will' be a basis fol. Washington eleven in a struggle which I them regularly.
compiaring Michig an with the two waill eliminate one of the two from the
Conference teams which she has yet title, race." Stanford is taking it easy -- - I
to meet. with the U. S. C. eleven Which she
Mlountaneers Invade, Indiania should maniage to conquier with ease.,
Northweste'rn will meet Purdue at [: In the Missouiri Valley 'Conference __
Evanston i a battle which promises tfNeb raska will mix with Kansas in a
to be full of thrills. Atho'ugh ni- game which will' probably decide the
ther team has ailv' claim on the dham- Conference title winners. Althioughi 1
pionship, the old rivalry and the ques- defeated by Syracuse' in an intersec- ~ s~ n~
tion of which of the two teams shall tional game a week ago, Nebraska 'is' I Z AD CNDE
have won one Conference game, will considered the likely, winner of today's U PIES LUNCHES6S 6l g
be sure to result in a hot contest.-.In- game. :. I. ftwy -to treat you riht"
elana will celebrate her home corn- Although no: Conf'erence titles will * o ®® * u s w u E6,9 wg
ing day by taking on' the undefeated bhe definitely decided in today's strug-j
Wes': Virginia eleven. The HoosiersI
will he fortunate to hold the gentle-
men from the south to even a- present- j Ir'r'rm'TTTVT TTTT 1Th A fT

hill and dale men the greatest amount I SEND FACULTY DIETORIRS
of competition as Ohio. State is be- TO SECRETARIES OF SCHOLS
lieved to be weak. ___
- Faculty directors are out and have
MARQUIS TO SPEAK HERE1 been sent to the secretary' of every
- ~school and college in the Universityj
" Yourth Down and One to Go" is the from whore they may be obtained by:
title of the address to be given b y any instructor desiring them. Direc-1
Dean Samuel S. Marquis, rector of St.! tories for the faculty of the literary
Joseph's Episopal church of Detroit, collegc: have been placed in the mes-
at the second of the University, serve, uenger boxes of the, dean of the col-
ices which will be held 'at 7:30 o'clock;. lege. Any other University officials
tomorrow night in Hill auditorium. may secure their directories from the
William Wheeler, head of the voice de- office of, the registrar.,
partment of the University School of The directory contalining the entire
Music, is in charge of the music. i list of new instructors. is also ready
Until recently Dean Marquis was "fr distribution and ay be obtained
the head of the welfare department of at the same time.
the Ford Motor company of Highland l
Park. Previous to his nine years'! You will be ,surprised afthe large
work with this comanyvie rwas de" n results obtained at low cost rrom ak
of St. Paul's cathedral of Detroit. "Daily" classified ad-,Ady..
(v Ri]wU STARTING.
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able score.
In the East, Harvard and Princeton-
will come together in their Annual
Pig Three battle which the Crimson:
is doped to in. The Yale squad
which 'has been improving steadily.
with the return of its captain short-
ly after the Iowa game is scheduled
to enjoy a. comparitive .rest, when it*
takes on the, weak MVaryland eleven.
Penn ,State and ~ Carnegie Tech, two
of the, stron~gest elevens in the °section,
this season,. will furn~ish an exciting
exhibition of the game if past perform-
ances .indicate' anything. Although
Penn State was ,defeated by the Navy
last 'week she is still considerd pow-
erful. +~ Cornell is "doped" to conquer
Dartmouth when the two teams mee~t
at the Polo grounds. Cornell has ruin
up the largest number of 'points in
the country so far this season and it
will be a~ task for the }Hanover boys
to down 'her.
of special interest to the Middle
West will be the Army-Notre Dame
game, Ao be played at ,West Point.
Coach I, ockne has built up a strong
outfit thiat is sure to "surprise the

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CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and .William ;St.
REV. L. F. GUNDERMIAN, Pastor

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ervices

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST',SCIENTIST

409 S. DIvislon Street

+3p i~Ieloo

'Subject: "Mortals. and Immortals:.

El

-9:30-Studenpt Bible Class.
10 t30-"Under Two Flags."

will buy a Corona,' L. C.
Smith, Hanmmond, Under-
wood, Remington, Royal,
or any standard. type-
writer, you miay prefer.
See us before you, buy.

6:3-Luther League.

A. working religion appeals to every man. Con-.
vince him that religion' is practical, calls forth the
best that is in him, and holds something that satisfies,
then he will accent it, use it, and let it possess him.
Religion after all is a way cf living and not mere-
ly a belief. The great religious leaders of all ages
have spent their time showing men how to live, ancC
have said little about beliefs. The difficulty we. now
have in understanding Christianity is' caused by the
fact that so many theoretical and theological explan-

ations ha4ve been sp~tin round it, only adding confusiont
to the already raixed inds of those seeking light.
Applied religions, not theoretical religion, is 'the
religion for the world. Of course, there is a place
for, theoretical conceptions, but' in everyday life, one
does' not nieed to concern himself with these ideas.
Practical religion -consists of living life normally,
maintaining a t riendly and brotherly attitude toward
all who Atltioul'd one. if one applies himself to life
in, a bmt an: way, ifei may. rest assured hie is applying
religion.

Sunday school, .11:45.

Wednesday' Evening;' testimonty
meeting, '7:,30.
Reading Room, 236 Nickels Arcade.
Open daily 12, to 5 except-Sundays and
Holidays.
ALL. ARE WELCOME.

7:30-"The Friend of God."

EVERYONE IS WELCOME
UNITARIAN CHURCH ZION LUTHERAN

0I . D. Moprill
~ 17 Nickels Arcade

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CLOSES COE
AT 3 P.M. lC ADVERT IS~ING AT 3 P.M,

State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
10:40 A. M.
"THE. STREAMS OF MOTIVE
POWER"
The third in a 'series of sermons on aip-
plied psychology.

CHURCH

Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor

BETHLEHM EV ANELCAL
CHRCh
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th AY6 e nar Packard'
G. A. NEUMANN, Pastor-

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9:30 A. M.-Pastor's Bible Class.
10:30 A. M.-Sermon, "The Savior
Babes."

Sunday school at. 9:15 a m.
ofchurch service conducted fn the GeV
man Laugu age at 10:30, A. M.

Firsgt <Bap'ist Church.
R., EDWARD 'SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. CHAPMANti,
Mnfuster of. University .Students
To~rning& worsjh 1o :.30. Sermon sub-
Ject: *When I, Becamje a MIan."
R.. Edward Say~lps will preach.
12:00-The bible Schiool in the church
led by D~r. Blunting.-
200-The Men's Class in the church
led by Dr: Fries.-
'12 :00--uild Class at Guild 'I-ouse.'
"Stephen's Martyrdom and a.
New Epoch."- Mr. Chapman.
4:00-The Junior B. Y. P, U. in
ebarge of Mrs. ;sic.
8:00-The Guild Social Half Hour.
:6:30-Guild meeting in church par-
lors. Dr. Ida S. Scudder, emi-
nent medical worker in: India,
will speak. The public invited.
6:30-The Baptist Young People's So-:
ciety in the Guild House.
-7:30-There 'will be no evening ser'-
vice ow iig to the student ser-
vice in Hill1 Auditorium.

AND~

ANN ARBOR
BII8LE CHAIR

'UPPER Room"
BIBLE CLASSES

LANE HALL

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.00

MICHIGAN DAILY
Classified Hates. Two Cents per word a day, paid in advance. Min-
iniim charge for first day, 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c~. Three
cents per word per day if charged. White space charged for at rate
of,5c per agate line. Classified, charged only to those having ,phones.
lcer Rates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid in advance .
PR4ONE 9600

9:45 A. M.
Sun day School
., 5:45' P. M.
Y. P'. R. U.Sup per

5:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Subject
to be discussed: "Prayer."- Miss
Beata Wagner, leader.
7:30 P. M.-Sermon: "To Follow Je-
sus Requires M~ore Than 'Enthusi-
asm."

Topic.: "Healthy Christian Optimism."
ST, PAUL'S LUTHERAN
OHURON

See "UP, per Room" Bulletin
and Printed Schedule
Sunday Class for Men from
9:30 to 10:15

LOST
LOST-A Cornell gold football some-
time on Saturday. Owner very an-
xioua to recover. Finder pllease call
251. ;Reward. 40-3
LOST.- Coduroy coat, corner Madison
and yThompson, Monday afternoon.
Finder please notify Rose, 2866-M:
Reward. 41-2 1
LOST.AGold wrist watch between
Mack & Co.'s store and Congr ega-
tional church, Wednesday night.~
Phone 2200. 42
LOST--An Airdale pup, with "brown
collar, wrapped in white. Finder
call Colburn, phone 63.. Reward.
42
LOST-Airdale, six months old, name
"Jerry." Reward. Phone 2845-W.
500 Packard St. 42-1s.
LOST-Tesdv ' In Room :G-217 or (G-
321, N. S., Ws. 46, book. Schaut &
Issacs.- Call Rol, 1398-R. 42
LOST-or strayed. Airdale dog from1
Geddes Road Wednesday. Reward.
Call 421 or" 7136-F2-1.. 42
.LOST-A. 0. Pi sorority- pin. Call
2949. if found. Reward. 41-3
FOR BENTI

'WANTED -
WANTED-Senior Lit wants room-
mate. Also double room for ren
~204 N. Ingalls St., phone 2044-R.
42
WANTED-Room in private home, ov-
er the Wisconsin game. Call Weid-
eni 2878-W. 41-2
jWANTED-Tickets for Wisconsini
game. Call 1913-M, George or leave
number. 42-4"
WVANTED-Pin boys. Good pay. See
J. Johnson,. Michigan Union bowl..'
ing alleys.:. 21'
WANTED-Four tickets for Wisconsin
game for '12 Medic. Call Wenger
348-R. 42-4
WANTED-Two tickets for Wisconsin!
game. Call Brown or _De"iew, 1447.
__________42-4
WANTED-Two tickets for Wisconsin
game. Call Cannon 1565-J, 42.7
FOR SALE
FOR SALE---One ticket for Wisednsin
game, providing I can get two ade-
joining seats. Phone 409-W~. 42
FOR SALE-Banjo. Call Barth, 2220.
42-2
. NT II'TTif.ANF I UQ .. .

6:30 F. M.
Reading and Discussion until
sity se+irvice, 7.:0.

Univer-

(Missouri Synod)

Ail services in English

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
REV. A. W. $TALIKER, D.D., Minister
MISS ELLEN WV. MOORE, Student Director
10:30 A. M. Morning Worship. Pastor's Subject: "IS THERE A HIGHER
MOTIVE?"
Special Music: Anthem: "Benedictus". (Gounod), the quartet and chorus
choxir; "YList,' the Cherubic Host," (from the Holy City)
(Gaul), the quartet and chorus choir;- solo: "Eye Hath Not
Seen" (from the Holy City) (Gaul), Miss Howe.
12:00 Noon FIVE BIBLE CLASSES IN WESLEY HALL. Every Methodist
Student most cordially invited.
5 :00-6:30 P. M. Open House at Wesley Hall. Light lunch served from
5 X30 to 6:15.
6:30 P. M WESLEYAN GUILD DEVOTIONAL MEETING. Mr. Robert
Xneebone, leader.

Cornerr Third and West Huron, Sis,
CARL A. BRAUER,. Pastor

SER VICES

9:30 A. M.--German.
10:30 A: , M.-Bibleg School.
11:30 A. M.-English.',

"Why are so6 few willing to p0ay the
price for Christian Discipleship?"
CHUJRCH OF CHRIST
(DIISCWLS)'

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
DPIVISION AND H{URON-
REV. L. A..BAIRRETT PDD.,Minister .'
. LE1'IS . C-REflfANN, Seely Melt. Students
MISS HELEN 'SHAW BROEIHSHIT, Sec'y Womxen Students
10:30
D R#' 10A SUfJPDhER
Pregident Union, -Medical College, Velore, India, will speak
12:00
STUDENT CLAS .
PROF. W. D. HENDERSON, LERADER
"THE ATTITUDE OF 'THE MODERN STUDENT TOWARD THE BIBLE"
5:30
SOCIAL HOUR, REFR'ESHMENTS AND ENTERTAINMENT
-' - -6:30
YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING
vyhe quiet Hour: Its 'Value"
Helen I. Brown, '25, leader.
Note:, A report o~f the Dr. Bob McCandliss-Hoover campaign
will be,.i ade.
~t. nbrew's Episcopal C.burcb
Con. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWS, Rector
I - CHA4RLES T. WtiiB, Student Pastor
- - - MISS RACHEL HAVILlAND, Secretary
7:356 A. 1t-4 01 yCommunion.
.9: 15 A. M..-Church School i Harris' Hall.' --

A SPECJAL INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO STUDENTS.

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CONG REGATI ONAL CHURCH
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH A WARM WELCOME"
HERBERT ATCHINS4Y JUP, Minister
E. IKNOX MITCHELL, JR., Student Pastor
11 ARYKigIMRALL MILLAR, Women's Secretary
What are you thinking about?
.What are .you living for?

s: UNIVERSITY

Bible School at 9:30-A. M.

New orchestra led by Miss Lucile Ne -
4lamny of Grano Ra.Pids,' will play
{here for the first time.
10:30 A. M.-Subject: "Jesus - in the
-Synagogue."

C. E. a9 c: J0 j. M.
All stuidents cordially init ed..

volt?. AtNT-Desirable well heated

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