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E C65TUME1JUDGES - ' ARTISTSMA EDEBUT DESCME__EOLUTION
""IPIf"CI --- Today.fin The Churches _.--1- IIIF ' T [S I
flIW IIIL bJ I_____ nno Ann arbor's career as a
hire'1tt)l<t Church ( tion at the 10:30 o'clock service in the tle tiv al cente r.
Nlte hsbe coePa Iil etesujc udrcnsdr- (otnudfo Pgrwlve) ;RL (Corni~nue vfrom PageinTwelve)st
es otmso ohmnadte5ru:tx o e1:0ocokUiainCuc.A 0the oUniversity
,natncontu sx,., nta A raestmenotextefnr done as b5rttre~ Hall, and in ordler to accominc:.ate the
1ttdigte anaAV Iprcein the First Presbyterian people will gather a h church fra soloist when the Philharmonic Soc°iety chorusa. rnd rieisuitra, a temtpoariy
te' M4ay party, to be Lld Mbay Church. Prof. Boak will address the outdoor supper and-meeting. ofNe Yokpentd ethe'stae asuitn(exnedfrno
aadu ymaimu der e stuntclas on the subject, "The In- Ninth Symphony under the direction'therqu r et so not only were many
es of the students of the archhi fluence of Egypt on Early Christian-. Church of Christ DfselplJ; of Wilhelm Mengelberg recently. He sasct oult eitirely, but some of the
~l oleg, i t cnsit f heity," t noon. The Social Flour at 5:301 The Church of Christ Disciples has will appear' here in the :second' con- Seats in thidesctions wore located
ing: Prof. Emil Lorch of the 'will bet followaed by the Christian En- arranged for a special Mother's Day. cert of the festival as soloist in the'50tht o iew could be had of the
ectural college, and Mrs. Lorc h,' dea c'r meeting at which George Reg-1i progra~m and sermon. Rev. J. A. Can- American peir fDlu'Sasae eetees h ocr a
Eliel Saarinen and 'Mrs. Saari - ,, pemeeofDstsSa ; .er tinls6 teL, wt asil preside. The topic by will conduct the service at 10:30 Drift. greectedlwi th: great enthusiasm, and,
~r rn ct lrntdDe- w vill be, "Can One Be Absolutely on the subject, "Mothers of Great Another artist whose advent is peole ,crc led the auiditoriunm despitei
iatron of the art,, and one of thiTrrltiful?" Met1"n." Bible school will be held at awaited with much interest, is For- the fact that they could not see th'e
g designers of the famous ____ 9:30 and at the same hour the Christ- rest Lamont, a tenor in the Chicago, perfo)rmers. To add to the occasion,
ball, and -Mrs. Clark, Prof. A1 ;; irtdrt "4 EpiSCopa:, lthurch ian Men's Service Club will meet. At Civic Opera company. who is to sing it is further recorded that there was
J. Rousseau, Prof. Leon A. Ala- ;6~,irinc ilbeofrda o'clock a social hour will be held and th oeorh Yon a"i h a down pour of rain so that many
iand Prof. A. G. Pelikai . 1ocoki .Ade' psra light refreshments will be served. presentation of Respighi's "La Prima- clothesC-3 Wre rutine i. ar the music lby-
trding to arrangements of t'nhe 8 cl.ti o'clock nht.An Re tor ipl ' vera" which is to have its American crs jmed thre hill. In those days
itee of students in charge, a deliver Ithe sermon, DIoes Christ Livei St. Pauif Lutheran Church premiere here, with the University ^E eefwetn ossi n
e prze s t begivn ir t 1-ore? an red te ia e. BbleI The Joy and Sorrow of a Christian" !Choral Union, under the direction of Aih15,r and out o town guests were
e p;trie witobewiv e forth ere?"andFead te pryer ibewill be discussed at the 11:30 o'clock Ere .Mor nthraura.igtOligCel to walk the streets eating1
aovewchitee il e-jued lass cyun omnwil et nglish service in St. Paul's Lutheran i concert. He is also to sing as a solo, sa:ntdvitr'les and wliatever case could
aboe omitte.Th exctatl~1:1. The student supper at 6 bCI) ,eiint
of this prize will not be given . Cbi ilhne h cnimain iu:~h. rThe German service will be the brilliant "Celeste Aida" in the bi procureconvninty.
itilthe igh of he erly of hi yar.held at 9:30 and the student bible class group of Verdi numbers which will bed It was nct long until the Festival
singwilltakeplac, frm 9 it 0:30o'clck.resented by the soloists and chorus wa establisJ)-(l on a three concert
uni 21''cokadr~e :; t .14,1hodist Church on that night. ;Whenr the Chicago jl' is rncl later, with thre rdevelopment
University rliFs1e~iigI l rpi; ohr"hsbe p Bethlehem F-vaIgelical Churf-h forces camne to Detroit a few months' Ofimursical td,,e. it has exc)tendedad 1
of ths nuelgscpernit-e 1) "Fath o uraMothe hbee ap- English services at 10:00 o'clock .,go, Forrest Lamont had the role of ".ew' until irn 1907, th~e six.concertI
ct. The c miteichre(l(Ujf tis morning at 10:30wiVll be followed by services in Ger- Fast in the presentation of Boito's ;:indard was adoptied. Until 1904, Mr.
pleting; the settings 11as been at1 o'clock in the Fiirs;t Methodist Church, i,,,"n 't 11, Srundav school and Bible Meplistofele and despite the fact that :vollenhauer and his Boston orchestra;
purchasing the, neces ,ary equip- nt roan the ible classes will meet ttlasrses will be held at 9 o'clock. j greatest interest was centered in the I a) peared regularly, but in 1905, Fred-
and according; to p; esent ars ~e hl.Tere will be Open jppearance of Chaliapine in that opera,;('rick Stoc'k and his Chicago Symphony.
vents the actual wvork of bu1bV- c inrWesley all from 5:30 until Zion' ltleran {'hurch !',aront made a most favorable impres- orchre tra appeared for the Festival
he he oln1':Weseya 3 A Mother's Day service will be held ">-n. A singer of the first rank he andi has p~layed hore at each succeed-
sefottwihe stredf ;t ee f )'r0 O'ot kw~eng thl e eld.n GildIin thle Zion Lutheran Church this1 has steadily increased in breadth of ing Festival since that time. The an-
to be done in order toinre agiieMy will speak on "The morning at 10:30 o'clock. The ser- his art and in the perfection of his' nual appearance of the Chicago or-
,ompetin an ispn>.,ib~r~tl' c~atst hine inLife" mon will be delivered by the Reverendl voice, until today he stands as one chestra is one of the principal fea-
hi the cooperation of those in { telihorn. The ible study hour will of the foremost of American tenors. ~~esof he rogam.'
of harou Collre~aiona Curc be held at 9 and the student forum at I All tenors of course have to bear theI The Ann Arbor May Festival ranks
oflabu ymnair,(ong t~a 'uei5:30 o'clock. burden of comparison with the in-lamong h edin' ui esiasi
cetn, J. Alny8recognit-01 .ion ofe Mother 10Day Mr.lockthis comparable Caruso, and all are, of the ,country, and great interest is al-I
reo 1' B ay appri eo .um ilthepr e c t, 0:45 okthis- ti-F'u(tte, MaY 9--A sleet storm eourse, found wanting when such corn- ways tttendant on the occasion. With
of 1siBetaniors pahas m de j mit~', o ~o theset"Tether- with, freezing temperatures cut off narlson is made. Lamont has never 1th: assage of years and the larger
ors of th'e honorary organiza 'served at the usual hour will be fol- wire cornmunic tion between Marqut- been hailed as a second Caruso, his de~velopment of the Festival scheme,-
These men together with the lowed by a debate, "Can A Christian Ite and the copper country~ yesterday. art is too lndivdual to be linked with it erisonnel of the soloists has beenI
rs, of the society will attend Oawn A Million Dollars?" Mary Carr shat of another, hut he has appeared !)nought to a much higher standard,
nual dinner given by it. Memh- in "Silver Wings" will be ;the motion Chicago, May 9-Ed'vin Denby, for- with tremendous success in many of and in recent years, particularly, al-
' th frshma, sphomrean 'picture feature to be shown at 7:30 mcer secretary of the navy, will speak( the roles which Caruso has made fam- most the entire list of soloists has
classes who rerospect ive o'clock. tonight at a dtinner of the Chicago Al- I mis, and has won for himself a na- been madec up of leading celebrities
rs will be invited.,- umni club of the University of Michi- tional and an international reputation. fro the Metropolitan and Chicago
--- -U11itaribl Church gan. for s, 2nd the greatest instrumental-
rnize Daily Advertisers.-Adv E "Putting Personal into Personality" Patronize Daily Advertsers.-Adv, ists of the country.
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Mr. Jerry Coan.

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Monday,,Ma y 12th

In presenting our Spring and Summer fabrics
we have departed from the conventional

and stereotyped.

Yet the galaxy of new

shades and colorings will not make the most
conservative dresser hesitate to choose some-
thing different."

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CH'URCH OF CHRIST
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TRI ~ITV LUTHERAN
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"The Seegqr"

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May 11, 1924
10:20 ..
Morning 5cr, ie

All Services Hfeld in Lane I[al
Corner State andi Washinugtona sts.
SERVICE S
Sunday:
Bible School, 0:20 A. WT.
C'hristian Men's Servica Club,
9:30 A. M.
Preaching Service, 10:30 A. Al.
Rev. J. A. Canby will condut
the service. Subject: "Ifotlh-
ers of Great Men." With a
special Mother's Day pro--
gram.
Students' Bible Class, 12 noon.
Young People's Service, 6:0(0I1P.
M. Social with light rofresh-
ments.
The midweek praye r service is
hold at 7:'10 on each Wednesday
night.

(Missouri Synod)
Cornie Third and West ltwron Sts.
CAUL A BRXUEIIR, Pastor
SERVICES

5:30 A. M,--Sermon, German.

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Fifth Aye. and Willi St.

ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STET4LRORN, Pastor

JREV. L. F. G" DE;RMAN, Pastor

11:30 A. M.-Sermon, Englishe.
"The Joy anid Sorrow of n
Christiaul"
Students/join mixed choir giving
a sacre'l concert at Detroit.

9:3~0 A. M.--Sunday School.

Gut?

"tIlgl Persopul iIto Pers~onal ity"

10:30 A. M.-Serinon.
"A Mother's 11aith."

Subject:t

9:00 A. M.--Bible Study flour.
10:30 A. M.-A Mother's Day' Ser
vice." Ser'mon by the Pastor.
5:20 P. AL--Student Forum. Top
is to be discussed, "The COMB1nuiu
fly C1huirch." Ihenry A. Mitchell
leader.

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No evening service.

4: "0 P. M.

Young people gatlier at churchi
for OUTDOOR supper and meetin .

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5:30 P. M.-Student Forum at Zion
Parish hall.

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BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave.. near Pacyard
G. A. NEUMANN, Pastor
SuindAy School at 9:00 a. M.
9:00-Sunday School and Bible
classes.
10: 00-4inglish Services.
11:00-German Services.

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REV. MERLE Ii. AN )ERSON, D. 1)., Minister
1.,EWIS C. RtEl ANN, '16, Sec'y Men Studenits
RlS. NELLIE CAD WELT1 Seely Women Students

Cor. S. State and E. Washington Sts.
REV. ARTIWRIW. STALKER, D.D., M1inister
REV. W. SCOTT WESTERIIAN, Associate Minister
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Di'ector
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship. Pastor's subject:
"FAITH OF OUR MOTHERS"

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10:30 Morning Worship, Sermon Subject:
"6YOUR MOTHER"
12:00 S0tudlent Class:. Prof.,Boakc will speak on "The Influience of Egypt
o()]IIfy Vkh'stiauity."
5:30 Social Hour.

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12:00 M.-Bible Classes meet in Wesley Hall.
5:30-6:30 P. M.-Open House at Wesley Hall.
II 6:30 P. M.-W-eslevan Guild Devontional ]h'a-ti,

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C hristian E~ndeavor. George Register, 126L, leader. The topic will
be: "CAy ONE BE ABSOLUTELY TRUTIIFUU"I

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RI. 'FIIA RD SAYLES, minister
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN
'll-k1sf er of Un ivers ity Students

Leader. Subject: "The 4Greatest T hing in Life,"
No Evening Service.

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HENRY LEWIS, RECTOR
CHARLES T. WEBB, Director Student Work

10 :30-Wvorship and Sermon, c"Wo.
mint at Her Best" Mr. Sayles.
12:00-Sunday School. Students at
Guild House. Mr. Chapman in
chaTrgOeEROO.O GD

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
HERBERT A, JU3'iIP, Mijihster E. KNOX MITCHELL, University Ps
LUCY IUBE 11. Secretary for Women Studentsi
"THLE STONE CHLURCHL WITH THE WARM WELCOME"W
In recognition of Mother's Day Sunday, Mr. Jump will preac
10:45 on

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RACHEL ILAVILAND, Secretary for Student Work
SUNDAY, MIAY 11TH

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46TRFs MOTHERHOOD OF GOD"

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