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April 06, 1924 - Image 16

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zy In The Churches -

ongregfttioiiiil (liirelI
rnP will give hi lqast Book
on Optimihim this morning
will discuss Rose Mlacaulay's;
'old by an Idiot." It will be
n "The Mood of Freedlom."
i's supper will follow thie
service. "The 'Modern View
esurrection" will be the stui-
r discussion topic at 5:30l
The University Women's
b will sing at the motion plc-
lee at 730 o'clock. The feat-
is to' be "The Cricket on the

Bible classes will meet at 9:30, and
at the same hour the Christian Men's
Service Club, will holdI their meeting.
'rhe student's BPible class will be held
at noon and the youing people's ser-
vice meetihlg at >::10 o'clock.
St. I'auilll° 1 iran liiircel
"Tr1hree Re asonq for Vnbelief" will
be considlered b)y the> Reverend
Brauer at the 11:310 o'clock English

service in St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
German services will be held at 9:30
and the student Bible class will meet
at 10:30 o'clock. The student social
hour at 5:30 will be followed by sup-
per andI a discussion on "Evolution,"
led by John L: Herzog, A Passion
service will be held at 7:30 anti the
sermon subject has been announced
as "Deepest Depths of Sin."
Fir,. Presbyterian Church
A ''Pre-Eas1 ier Message" will be
delivered at the 10:30 o'clock morn-
ing service in the Presbyterian
church this morning. At noon the
Bible clan es led by Miss Mlary Ross

and Prof. W. I?. Hendterson will meet.
The social Astdyhour it 5:0 ill 1be
followed byh;thie iriia ndvr
mIeeting-. Miss Neva Lovewell. ,'2
1headl-resident 0ofthe LaJird co(mmnityi
hu, iii!owil Duilitratedl lecture on s eti lenient work iln
Reverendl Augustus P.l-, eccord of'
Detroit, will preach the sermon this
morning- at the 10:30 o'clock service
in the Unitarian Churchi. Suinday
school classes will gather at 9:45.
Young people's supper will be served
at 5:45 anti followed at 0:30 by a

short talk. by Professor R. W. Sellars
on .The Gospel Accordling to John
Dew ey."
Mionll 1, 41en'l('11111,01
"Some Wond"erf'ul ('laiums Jesus
Makes for Hlitmself," will be discussed
this morning at the 1u:30t o'clock Ger-
mani service, in the Zion Lutheran
Church. The Bible study hour will
be heIlzat 9:00 o'clock. Thle :social
hour at. 5:30 will be followved byv the
serving; of the student supper. Rev.
L. F. Gutndermann will lead the dis-
cussion at the student forum at 6:3o
on the topic, "The Idea of a Sacra-
ment." "An English Lenten sermon

T1rinity Luitherain (Church
'The Blood of JTesuis" is the subject
upon01 which Rev. Gunderian will
])ase his sermnon this uorning at 10:30
in the Trinity Lurtheran Church, Sun-
(lay, school and Bible classes will be
held at 1+:30 o'clock.
Betlilehient FEvangelical CVhurclh
Englishi services wilt be held at 10
o'clock this miorning in the Bethile-
hem Evangelical church; German ser-
vices at 11. Sunday school and Bible
classes will be held at 9 o'clock.

will he (delivered at 7:30O on "Calaphas' j j14
Part in Jesus' Passion."'

(Continued from Page Thirteen'
acoustics of the hall are pronoun
remarkably fine. The performar
will be staged and conducted with
the magnificence usually associ
with the Metropolitan--a large
chestra and choruas and superb
tin gs. Mail orders ae now being~
ceived by the Cleveland:oncert
1226 Huron Road, Clev an0.P
for single pefuraceragf
$1 to $7.


, . ..._.

' First, Methodist Ch ehc
nt-Fire Larger Life," has been
ni by.'Rev rend Stalker as his
,n sUbjeet- this morning at tie
So'clock service. At noon Bbt.
ea 'Niyill meet in Wesley Hall ands
to o' clock a&Wospital Sing nders
uspiioes o the Social service d-
"rnt of the Weseyan Guild "will4
tl. An "Easter" supper will be
ail at 5 o'lovk and followed atl
by' ' religious drama, "He Is'
on lof God" M. W.C. Peare,
,ate secretary of, the World's
day School Association, willf
It on. "Reliious Eduationr an
Ingto " atthe evening service
t, Andrew's Epscopal Church
ly C Unntoln will be -offered at
v or1ock eeryice in St. Andrew'.4
etap 1fcdurch.:.,Discussion groups
p" wiather at 930 under the
4i hI#of, finest F. Lloyd. The
c A lfscussion hs been an-
4 -$q iee t 'e @ Maor Prob-
' fi ec by Modern Industrial-
' ohrmIationwill take place at,
0 20 o'clock servlee at 'which
^Rht: Reveend Herman Page,
.~ o'14Miciganr, will give the sr-s
address. The evening prayer at
11f be followed by the usual stu-
Churich-.oi Christ Disciples
wertnd J. A. Canby will peak at
0:30'o'clock service this morning
e, "Church of Christ Disciples.4]
rer Noises
r UfSetsOn
incr~jease Here
Otti krecei} kg 'gets im An .Ar1~r
.ga~i in ium rber i ra~iation
y l tait ri~n, tis " Alnost mii-
caps dring 411e srvce hours
p nc9pc quterng l3 p w I ,n g,
tlrn r snx {growl g rwich ae to
ghlatio, g _aueby exuni on
yol li a eyig sett. ,Radation,
riling to popular opinion, is
d by the reemssion of the re-
°d, ,rt inoui however,
rr seous; radiation is# almost
t"% c9Aiicaw itl~nthe
'iigset Whenever a set is
o~ (0 e~onanb4 a (llAStlrbance is
Lp which not only causes a howl-
Within but also annoys the other
in "the vicinity.
rre is a, prevalent opinion that
reenerative ~set is the worst of-1
er in regard to radiation. WhileI
regenerative receiver does rai-
t is by no means the sole offend-
the, single circuit and the hetro-
sa must also share in the guilt.:
rodyne circuits and ather radio-
uency amplifiers since -they 'are
~et to0 instability "'ill1 also osi-
and-° ¢Ouse iturbanoe..
t(Co tiued%fromn Page Ten)
ts Banks in; "The Covered
oor'~,' ani Pathe News.
nky Dean, the cunning kiddie
yed with, Charlie Chaplin in
tPilgSrim,"stars in "A Prince of
L,"showing At the Orpheum
are today through, Tuesday.
cis just four years old, William
unond in "The :Breathless Mo-
" comes on Wednesday and'
rsday. Natty Mattison and
au. Rich in "Mile a Minute or-,
aid Ruth Roland in "Haunted
oy" feature the last two days of

ae Anmerican comedy, 'Kempy,'
es to the Garrick Theatre this
k commencing tonight. J. C. Nug-
and Elliott Nugen~t, father and
"wrote "Keinpy" The Nugents,
au thors of purely American plays
they have had two other success-
plays produced, "The Clean
n," and "Dumnb Bell" In each' of
rsuccesses they have sel; cted
e phase of native life, fashioned
,to a humorous story, and peopled
ith types that are to be found
ywhere and anywhere.















There has never been. a time when men's clothies were more


sensible than they are for Spring 1924; or
These facts ar4e worth telling and they're
The niew styles~ fit Iy mnd hang informally.
is relaxation; the cogts look relaxed-not sn fe e~ c;t r usr'ae ie n .

The wi1
tg nqr s

t.ff; they
. - ,0


ire comfortable



Men look better in such clothes because they seem to be so
completely at ease and so unconscious of their clothes. The
clothes wear better because there isn't so much strain can them
In the illustrations above you see the new models; the double.
bratdsits; the four piece golf suit; styles that drapse:e easily
and thanett-sggest the waistline. They're good-smnot only
in style but, in all-wool quality



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