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iffieiil Agreements Intended for Ono
Semester Only in Order to Permit
Desirable Changes, Says Dr. Wahr
All rooming contracts printed by
he University and distributed from
he offitc of the Dean of Students in-
fall. Dr. Wahr stated that the ofli-
cial contracts were printed for one
semester in order to give the landla-
dies and the students a chance to
change wherever it is desirable, and
that' he favored a system of this
He added, however, that this does
volvo only one semester's rental, buc not relieve the individual student of
all students renting rooms on some his responsibility wherever he has en-
other basis and agreeing to yearly j tered into some other form of agree-
contracts, will be expected to abide ment; and that it is only right that
by their agreements, according to Dr. this should be observed by )iJm. ini-
Frederi ck B. Wahr, assistant to the versity rooming contracts will again
Dean of Students. . be distributed for use the second se-,I
With the close of the semester there mester, and an endeavor will be made:
will bo many changes made, and the to make this form of agreement more,
University will not hold any studentst. widely used than it has been.Inthe:
to second -,emester rentals made last past.
Wiliam Courtenay, one of the most!
popular stars on the American stage,
will appear in "Her Temporary Hus-1
band,"Edward Paulton's clever and
highly amusing farce, as this week's
attraction at the Garrick theater.
"Her Temporary Husband" may be'
described as a farcical romance with
a new angle in its romantic treatment.
The story concerns Blanche Ingram's:
quest for a temporary husband
The will of the elder Ingram stipulat-
ed that the family fortune should go to
Blanche on, her marriage, but, drew
the line at her maiage to one Clar
once Topping. To overcome this dif-.
ficulty, Clarence induces Blanchedto
marry some tottering old man who
would soon be sure to leave her a
widow. In the meantime, Blanche
would secure the Ingram wealth-for
Clarence. Tana Burton, Nvho has been,
Blanche and fallen desperately in love l
with her, decides to impersonate a(
soon-to-be-deceased patient in Dr.
Spencer's hospital, marry Blanche and
leave the rest to fate. The play)
abounds with highly humorous situa
tions and lines, and the scenes where Mrs. Harvey Improving
Tom convinces Blanche that she must London, Dec. 8.-Mrs. Harvey's doc-
discard the scheming Clarence for a tors believe she is out of danger but
better man, are well developed. the ambassador has cancelled all en-
gagements so as to be at her bedside.
"Main Street,' +which has proved Mussolini t: be in London
f London, Dec. 8.-Mussolini is cam-
such a distinguished success, both in onothec.le.- m is com-e
novel and play form will be offered Ing for the Allied Premier's confer-
this week by the Bonstelle company. ence Saturday.
Though the locale has been claimedj
by at least a hundred cities in the
northwest, and the middle west, the;
study that Sinclair Lewis has made
of a small city, is anywhere. Amer-.CLEAN
thrown together to make therdrama
of a little world. PURE, AND
There are eery, few, comedy dramas'
that mirror America as it is, with all W HOLESOM E
-its faults and fine outstanding quali-
ties faithfully: depicted. when char- What more can be asked
acters instantly recognized as real as
any of your neighbors, find themselves for in milk?
in the midst of situations that have
every appeal that makes for heart
throbs, laughter, and real dramatic
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Night" (Chadwick), Miss Howe; "In-
vocation" (Capocci),Mrs. Rhead. Bi-
ble classes for students will meet at
noon in Wesley _hall. The Wesleyan
Guild devotional meeting will hold
their service as usual at 6:30 o'clock.
Rev. Charles W. Gilkey, pastor of
Hyde Park .Baptist church, Chicago,
Ill., is the segaker at the evening serv-!
ice at 7:30 o'clock. "What Is There
in Religion", is Dr. Gilkey's subject.
Services in English will be held
this morning at the Zion Lutheran
church. Rev. E. C. Stellhorn has,
chosen for his topic at 10:30 o'clock
"The Lord's Supper More Than a Me-
morial Service". At 11:30 o'clock
will be held the Lord's Supper cele-
bration. The regular meeting of the
Student Forum will be conducted at
6:30 o'clock. "Individual Bible Study";
is the subject which has been chosen
for discussion. Services this evening
will be held at 7:30 o'clock. The
subject is, "The Interval Between
Christ's First and Second Coming".I
that this report should "become a di-
rective factor in the educational sys-
tem of China, influencing powerfully
the intellectual life of the Chinese:
church and of the Chinese people."
His address on Sunday evening at the
Baptist church will probably deal with.
facts learned in his recent visit to
Church of Christ
Women's Day is being celebrated.
today at the Church of Christ. Dr.
Kenneth Duncan, of Canton Christitn
College, Canton, China; is the speaker.
for the service this morning. Dr.
Duncan is about to return to that In-
stitution to establish a chair of busi-
ness administration, the first of its.
kind in China. The choir will present
the following musical program:
"Praeludium" (Dubois), Mrs. Bryce;
Offertory, "Romance in A" (Lieu-
rance); "The Story of Old" (Parks),
the quartette, consisting of Miss;
Sauer, Miss Auyer, Mr. Haskins and
Mr. Delbert Clark; Postlude," "from:
Greenland's Icy Mountains," arranged,
by Ashford. Bible classes for stu-
dents will be held at noon. and.
Christian Endeavor at. 6:30 o'clock.
A special musical program will be!
presented at 7:30 o'clock by Mrs.
Bryce. The order ia as follows:
"Adoration," from "The Holy City"
(Gaul); "ReverIe" (MacDowell);
"Pilgrim's Chorus," from "Tannhau-.
Wadham's and Co.
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Added to this is the fact
that we sell mik of the
highest quality only, com-
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; v ,ry"
Baptist Church ser" (Wagner), Mrs. Bryce; Anthem,
"Victims of Miscellany" will be the "Christian, the 'Morn Brealts Sweetly,
O'er Thee", (Shelley), Miss ;Bauer;,
subject of the sermon at the morning baritone and tenor duet, Mr. Haskins
service of the First Baptist church. and Mr. Clark, "The Message," fron
The Students' class will meet at noon "The Light Eternal" (Petrie); "Pray-
at the Guild house. There will be a er," from "Elijah" (Mendelssohn), Mr.,
Guild devotional meeting at 6:30 Clark; "And There Were Shepherds"
o'clock. Dr. Frank W. Padelford, sec- (Parks), Quartette; Contralto Recit-
retary of the Baptist Board of Educa- ative Aria, "He Shall Feed His
tion, will spieak at the service at 7:30 Flock"; Soprano Aria, "Come Unto(
o'clock this evening. Rev. Frank W. fe," from "The Messiah" (Handel),
Padelford, D.D., holds a position of; Miss Werkhelser and Mrs. Glass; Ant-I
prominence and influence among ed- them, "The Lamp in the West" (Oley
ucators generally as well as in his Speaks); and Postlude.
own denomination. He has given spec-
ial attention to problems of religious RSV. Westwood 4tUnitarin
education at university cen'ters. For Rev. Horace Westwood, D. D., of
the past 10 years he has beenthe ex- Toledo, will preach at 10:40 o'clock
ecutive secretary of the Board of Ed- this morning at the Unitarian church.
ucation of the Northern Baptist Con- "The Fundamental Christ" is' his top-
vention. He was secretary of the ic. He will speak of the quest for
China Educational commission last the historic Jesus, and of whether we
year, which spent several months in a, can feel that we really know him.
first-hand study of church schools andE There will be a discussion at 6:30
colleges in China. Prof. Ernest 1. o'clock in regard to the year's pro-
Burton of the University of Chicago gram, which will be led by Joseph L.
was the chairman of this commission. Abramson.
Dr. Padelford has recently edited a!
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of the fPndings and recommendations Lisbon, Dec. 8.-Signor Silva is
of the commission. It has been said -again forming a cabinet.
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