THE MICHIGAN DAILY
University of Michigan
Wou Ei WILL GIVE
ns R7Eaflnrn n nf
Te inciude Colorn
F1ity years from now, when t
1Ugrey haired alumniu, with tears
his cycs ruminates on "those de
Pror eds oif League and Inter-(hiurch sincere old college days" and ca
IlrtIai to go to Women's to mind the many times he has wea
wing or Mason hall he may joyful
point to an old weatherbeaten obje
IIldiT As ARTICLES ANI) which liolds prominent place amoi
) ED GQODS TO BE 1S)LD hrs treatures and curios. Will itI
something from the tropics, or, pe
Every woman on the Michigan Ca-E hags a relic of the World War? N
it will be one o fthe old colonets fro
pus and practicaly every townswoman the balcony over the entrance to ti
will b representd at the Michigan former literary building, called Un
Leagi and Inter-church bazaar which versity hall.
Men of the University of Cambridge
actively electioneered in the recent
campaign against men who, if elected,
would allow women to attend the Uni-
t versity. The students neglected their
lectures and their work, and were
he busy canvassing votes for their party.
in It is claimed that in the polling they
ar lent their automobiles and motor bikes
lls with side cars to take electors to the
th Elections have rarely been taken as
ly seriously as this among the under-
ct graduates. Usually election time is a
ng legitimate excuse for "a good time"
be as they put it. Campaigning is never
r- considered. However, women of Cam-
o, bridge had appealed to the govern-
he PLAN DANCE FOR
O ppose W m en " "e"!"Beg"an '""Industry
Chicago, I., Nov. 25.-The Ameri-
can oil industry of today, including
ment after the students refused them ,275,000 wells producing 1,500,000 bar-
admission to the University. rels of oil daily, started with one well
Cambridge University sends two 'producing 25 ])rrcls a day, according
members to Parliament who are elect- to the American Petroleum Institute.
ed by the past and present graduate Col. Edwin L. Drake, a pioneer in
members of the University. If a man ' the oil- industry, brought in the first
favorable to the entrance of women ' producing well in 1859 near Titusville,
be elected, it means that women will Pa. At the time the well was put to
be admitted to Cambridge. The under- ; the pump, the world was using fats
graduates left no stones unturned in anQ greases for illuminating and la..
their efforts to prevent this from hap- bricatin, purposes and the automobile
pening. war unknown.
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is to - given Dec. 8 and 9 in Barbour On Wednesday morning when this
gymnasium, The bazaar which is an part of the structure was torn down, Music will be furnished by Harry
a afarrangements hadfsrpreviouslysbeegrnHoffman's Ambassador Sextette, late-!
E ,,nfar 's given for the benefit (made with members of the sophomore
of f WXmen's League. Last year class who assisted in the razing ly featured at the Majestic theater,
over $2,000 was added to the League's whereby the Women's League was to at the dance to be given by the,.Kappa
coffers through the efforts of the wom- have the privilege of raffling these Kappa Gamma sorority on Thanks,
en. A report of 100 houses on the coveted pieces of architecture off to giving afternoon for the benefit of
campus shows that practically every the highest bidders. The sale prove( the Women's League.
woman is busy making articles which unusually successful according to re-
will be sold at this time. Things to ports from those in charge of the .The object of the dance is to fur-
be sold include articles suitable for auction and but one colonet remains. s fo the horayainoAnity
use as Christmas gifts. This one was purloined by some over- bor for the holiday an opportunit
enthusiastic sophomore' and was re-: to spend an enjoyable afternoon andE
To Sell lia ed Goo s erthusitic sop oorte sand wasre at the same time it will materially
covredtoolae fr te ale Threincrease the funds of the League.
Besides selling the usual bazaar ar- fore it has been decided to hold it Dancing will continue from 2:30 to
titles, women of the Ann Arbor over until the Christmas bazaar. Dr.An g .,.,.ntinue--rm 2:3--t-
To preserve the life of the fabric, as well as
the ygood looks of the garment - is our aim
and our achievement
Energine used exclusively ly us, th only solv-
ent that preserves the life of the garment.
Sivissilized Garments Stay Clean Longer
We Call For and Deliver
209 South Dyers
Foruth Ave Pressers
" he Aome of Sne'gin"
churches will also have home baked
cakes and cookies and various sorts
of ruit preserves for sale at this time. Association
The representation from the Catholic
churches will serve chicken dinner on ]i-SS Spi
both Friday and Saturday evenings in I
the basement of the gymnasium. In 1 First among theI
this way it is hoped that people from the American associ
neighboring towns and from the coun- sity women will be
try may be accommodated. bringing before Ann
During tly afternoons and evenings will be- a recital oft
a tea room will be operated in the par- 'translation of "The I
lors of:Barbour gymnasium. In order ides, by Miss Dorot
that there may be no competition be- English interpreterc
tween this and the suppers, the tea The recital will be g
room wil l closed both days during Tuesday evening, in
the evening dinner hours. Angell hall.
ation of Univer-
Medea" of Eurip-,
hea Spinney, an
of Greek drama.
iven at 8 o'clock
5:30o' clock. Tickets are now on sale
at Graham's or Wahr's book stores.
SOCIAL SERVICE INSTRUCTOR
TO SPEAK AT MARTHA COOK
Miss Ruby Carlton, teacher in so-
cial service at the University hos-
pital, will speak to the members of
the American Association of Univer-
sity women concerning her social
work, at a meeting to be held at 3
o'clock Saturday, Dec. 2, at Martha
During the afternoon the members
of the association will do sewing for
the hospital. The meeting will be in
the nature of a Christmas party and
special music will be provided.
I¢;.co ainYrinan Gyni I Miss Spinney presents her inter-
In addition to the bazaar, the Wom- prctations of Greek plays without any
en's League has succeeded in obtain- properties other than a Greek cos-
ing Waterman gymnasium on Satur- tume and a background of velvet cur-
tains. She has appeared before many
ven The music committee has a-l noble audiences both here and
given. Th musiccommittee hasta,- abroad. Among them are: The Clas-
nounced thiat Kennedy's orchestra,I sical association of Harvard univer-
which will tour the East during the s sPrinceton university, and the
Christmas vacation, has been secured s PtyoPrinceton
to play at this time. This will be its New York Drama league.
last appearnee before the trip and will
be the only time that the new music Sorosis Nets .0 For League Fund
which they are practicing for the trip Members of Collegiate Sorosis re-
will be played in Ann Arbor.I ebers0ofColleae-
Each sorority and dormitory will of the Jackson Style Shoppe for hay-
have a booth at the dance which will ing displayed gowns from that com-
be arrangedi in the same way as the pany at the style show given oa No-
fraternity at the Junior Hop. Patron- vember 15 and 16. A check for the
esses for the dance will be announced amount has been turned over to the
later. University of Michigan League fund.
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Each Attraction RegIns on Monday and Closes on Sunday Night.
Fifith Ave. and William St.
REV. L. F. GUNDERMAN, Pastor
9:30-Student Bible Class.
10:30-"Making Gratitude Habitual."
7:30-"The Danger of Delay."
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
10:40 Sunday Morning Service. Ser-
mon Topic: "A BROADER HUMAN
SYMPATHY." The last sermon in
the series on applied psychology.
Thanksgiving Service offering to
the Near East Emergency Fund of
the Red Cross.
5:45-Supper in the Church parlors.
All students welcome at regular
-Whatever branch of knowledge I desire to take
up all the best thought of the world is at my
disposal; in my home I can start with the ele-
mentary principles, and with a little daily effort
can work my way upwards till I stand on the
heights where the latest discoveries and thoughts
are spread out for me, to use. I can either remain
one of the crowd with the nonentities or I can join
in the thoughts, triumphs, and discoveries of the
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave., near Packard
G. A. NEUMANN, Pastor
Sunday school at 9:15 a.m.
9:30 A. M-Bible Study Hour.
10:30 A. M.-Sermon "God's Plan for 'duniion Service, conducted
the Administration of Redemption." the German language.
6:30 P. M.-MR. GEORGE
NER of the department
Speaking, wlil give a
5:30 P. M.-Student Forum. To be
discussed: "A School of Religion at
Michigan." Rev. Wallick, leader.
7:30 P. M.-Sermon: "Not Fit for
10:00 A. M. Thursday-A Thanksgiv-
ing Day service.
All Services in the English Language
"A man's love is his life."
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
REV. A. W. STALKER, D.D., Minister
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director
0:30 A. M. Morning Worship. Pastor's Subject: "THE ADVENTURE OF
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.
6:30 P. M. WESLEYAN GUILD DEVOTIONAL MEETING. Miss Margaret
7:30 P. M. Evening Worship. Mr. Ralph Carson, Rhodes Scholar, Speaker.
Subject: "ENGLAND TO AMERICA:"
pecial Music: "Andante in D," Mrs. Rhead; 'Hymn a Sainte Cecile," Mr.
Clancy and Mrs. Rhead; "Benedictus," the Chorus Choir;
"I Will Mention," the Chorus Choir; "Postlude in D," Mrs.
Rhead; "Rennie," Mrs. Rhead; "Elegie," Mr. Clancy and
Mrs. Rhead; "Lord God of Abraham" (Elijah), Mr. Adams;
"Almighty, Show Thy Grace to Me," Mrs. Wheeler and the
Choir; "Jesus Shall It Ever Be," Miss Howe; "Festival
March," Mrs. Rhead.
;ubject: "The Inheritance of the
Students Cordially Welcomed
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
Corner Third and West ron Sts.
CARL A. BRAUER, Pastor
9:30 A. M.-German.
10:30 A. M.-Bible School.
11:30 A. M.-English.
Sermon Subject: "The Blessedness
of Jesus' Sheep."
Note: Rev. James 31. Baker of Ongola,
India, special guest today, has had
25 years' experience in India.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CH PCH
DIVISION AND HURON
REV. L. A. BARRETT, DI)D., Minister
LEWIS C. REIDIANN, Sec'y Men Students
MISS HELEN SHAW BROEKSMIT, See'y WIomn ci $ udents
Morning Worship: "THE RIGHT OF FREE SPE'
PROF. W. D. HENDERSON, LEADER
"WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE BIBLE'
YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING
THANKSGIVING MEETING: "The Goodness of nad"
CONGREGATI ONAL CHURCH
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH A WARM WELCOME"
HERBERT ATCHINSON JUMP, Minister
E. KNOX MITCHELL, JR., Student Pastor
MARY KIMBALL MILLAR, Women's Secretary
At 10:30-Sermon by Mr. Jumn on "THE THRUST OF THE RELIGION OF.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
Bible School at 9:30 A. M.
Zt. Inbrew's Episcopal Cburch
COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, Rector
CHARLES T. WEBB, Student Pastor
MISS RACHEL HAVILAND, Secretary
7:35 A. M.-Holy Communion.
9:00 A. M.-Bible Discussion Group under the leadership of 'rfessr Morris
10:30 A. M.-Morning prayer and sermon by the Rector. ubject: "ThE
TTVA' TAT*flf13 Vfl , I - .4
t 10:30 A. M.-DR.
CHAPMAN will speak.
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