p~aTHE MICHIGAN DAILY sUNd
,s iN 'Emma Fischer Cross; "Sanctus," Male
. j Quartet; Anthem, "Praise the Lord",
*U~lI(Turner), the chorus choir; "The Lord
viinnurJs My Light," (Allistsen), Mrs. Louise
CHURN U h cO illioray; Postlude, "Thanks be
'rge Nine? Guild house at noon. At the Students'
"ifield, '25, will t Guild meeting at 6:30 o'clock, Prof.
America Going Leroy Waterman will give the address.
I),. Baker will speak at. 7 :"0o'clock
r, 1,0 ion "P resent Conditions in India."
iwll szpeak at QlL, uirk to Talk
ning in the; Morning Prayer and ai sermon on
re will be n "The Unanswered: Call", wil be :given
this morning at 10:30, o'clock in St.
tian Endeavor i ndr'ew's church. There will he a'
:k. 1 Barn Service and address :by the rec-
of Onugole, In- tor at 5:00 o'clock. "Two Mules rur-
ars' experience den of Earth" is the subject. ~ Tollow-
guest today of, jug the supper at Harris hall at 6:0'0
h. Rev. R. E. o'clock Mr. D. L. Quirk will speak on
:30 o'clock on the tonic, "The Community Theater as,
'The follow- a Means of Developing Local Art."
Ivin~g musical There will be open house for men and
epared for the women from 46 to 6 co'clock: on Wed-
Qrgan Prelude, nesday at Harris Hall.
tewart); Mrs.! Communion services will be con-
ducted in German this morning at the otEg ';901111!1INKII3~IE dhI~lUIIIEIEIEudZ IE~lhrlhEEUII3!
Bethlehem church. The -subject, "The "I "
Ihitneof the Sai n ts, has beenIN
chosen forit te seron
"A Broader Human Sympathy" is - 1
the sermon tonic for the service at. L i C
10:40 o'clock this morning in the Uni- idm"
tarian church. This is the last in the w
series on applied psychology. The of- TEM' T N V
fering will be given to the Near Eas-t rw p
Emergency Fund of the Red Cross. ti
Following the supper in the church.
parlors at 5:45 o'clock, Mr. George,~ 215 E. HURON PHONE 214_Fl 1t
Wilner. of thc department of public
speaking, wil give a series of Thanks -_______________________________________________
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