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First Baptist C)
Sayles will speak
'Sham and Reality"
k service in the
ch. The church
neet at noon and at
ant class will meet v
in the Guild House.
Hour at the Guild

hurch theran Consciousness" immediately
k on the sub- I following the student supper served
, at the 10:30 ( at 5:30 o'clock. There will be o
First Baptist j evening worship.I

bible school
t 2 o'clock the
with Mr. Chap-
The Friend-
d House from

iJLsl' Lre7L tJUian unurenU
"Dreamng, Daring, Enduring" will
fbe discussed at the 10:30 o'clock sr
vice in the First Presbyterian Church.I
Dr. Anderson will speak on "h
Theory of Evolution and the Fact, ofI
Faith" before the student classes'
which gather at noon. The Sociala
Hour at 5:30 will be folowed by the
fChristian Fhdeavor meeting which
Iwill be conducted by Beryl C. Schafer,
'25. '
The Norwegian whaling -expedition
jwhich h'as been working in the 'Ross
Sea, has returned to Stewart Island]
with 221 blue whales and a number
of tiubacks. Seventeen thousand bar-
rels or oil, including by-products, have,

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will be followed by the
nal meeting. The top-
n will be, "Things Wej
W~e Do Them".s

( Church of Christ Disciples.
'Rev. J. A. Canby will conduct the
service in the Church of Christ Dis-I
ciples at 10:30 o'clock this morning. i
His subject will be, "The Teaching of
the Sermon on the Mount." Bible
school will be held at 9 o'clock and the
Christian Men's Service Club at 9:30.
I.They e will be a you~ng people's service1
at. 6 o'clock.

Firm

and

Unitarian Church
"The Formality of Prayer" will be
onsldered at the 10:30 o'clock 'morn-
g worship in the Unitarian Church.
1 students a e welcomed to attend
e outdoor nieeting and supper at1
30 o'clock. The students will leave
ie church at this hour.
First Methodist Church'
Reverend Stalker will speak on tho
ibject, "The Long Motive", this morn-
tg at 10:30 in the First Methodist
hqurch. At noon bible classes will!
Beet in Wesley Hall and from 5:301
atil 6:30 there will be Open House in
esley Hall. Mr. Howard Hoag who,
as just returned from Harbin, Man-
uria, will speak on his work among
ussian refugees at 6:30. Mr. Wes-I
rman will address his congregation
n "The Bar'den Bearer" at 7:30 o'-

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TfInt1ty 1tu0theiain Chli rk.
"The Clcud-Is it Darkness or'
U Lght?" will be the topic of honsider-'
atlon at the 10:30 o'clock service M n
the Trinity Lutheran Church. Sunday!
scho~ol WI be he le'd at '9:'30 and 'the
student forum will hold theit meeting
in the Zion Parish Hall at 5:30.
St. Andrew's F~pisepal Church
.Holy Communion will be offered at
8 (;'clock this morning in St. Andrew's i
Church. The Rever end Charles 'R
Erdman of Princeton, New Jersey, }
be the visiting preacher at the 1.1 o'-'
clock service. Bible2 classes for wo- a
Smen will meet at 12:15 an~d at 4o'
clock the students will gath'er in Fa-
ris hall to go on a hike andl have a
picnic supper.

New Crop Flower
Seeds
Ann' Arbor people do not real-
ize that right here in our own
home town -we have one of the;
lamgest stocks of flower seeds
in the state. In annual seeds
we r'av~e not only, the well known
vanrities b'ut we have the new-
est novelties in separate colors
a 'well as -nixed. In perennial,
flgwer seeds wme have a wide
Variety . and carry many kinds
'not carried in retail catalogues.
It a small quantity or an ounce
is required we 'can supply. Our,
stocks are fresh and germina-
t ion is gunaranteed. Everything
in flowering- seeds, plants, bulbs,

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Congregational Chireh A J
"Wings and Mud" has been chosen
by Mr. Jump as his sermon topic thisi
morning. If the weather permits, the!1
Student Fellowship will 'meet at 4:45i~
o'clock for a mile hike to the F. E. '.
Royce farm wher'e by the campfire a }
supper will be served and a discus- j
sion of the subject, "How Does Soc-
iety Look After Its Children", will
take place. Following a brief sermon
by Mir. Jump,. George Arliss will. bei
seen in a remiarkable film, "The Rul-
ing Passion.".
Zion Lutheran Church
The subject chosen for the sermnon .
text this morning in the Zion Lutheran
Ch'urch is "The Perplexing Little!
While." The usual student supper at 1
5:30 will be followed by the student
forum. The topic of discussion will
be, "The Student Life 'of Some Great
Lutherans."
Bethlehem Evangelical Church
Sunday school and bible. classes. will
meet at 9 o'clock in the Bethlehemn
Evangelical Church. English' servic-
es at 10 will be followed by services1
in German at 11.
St. Paul's Lutheran Church
The morning sermon in St. Paul's
Lutheran Church, will be on "The Re-1
lation Between Christ's s't'ork and theI
Work of the Holy Spirit." Henry Don-,
neTr will lead the discussion . on' "Lut-t,

FUTURE REMEMBRANCES

of

COLLEGE DAY

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Announcing
A Policy of
Expansion

With the idea of giving our clientele bettei
'also believing that a larger business can beh
economically we will openi another store on Stat+
I st. This location is now occupied by Wadharr
tvany in Nickel's Arcade.
There will be an extension of the personal:
=tee that has characterized our establishment in th,
policy at both stores will be to feature the latest
of mens' furnishings, and Langrck Clothes, tailox
rock--New Haven.

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STONE on, Stone the buildings rise
~)about you, soy rapidly that you feel
a's if unseen hands had been working
overnight. Construction is rapid
enough, but 'it is All the result of many
longs months of careful planning and
the sl owvcorrelation of iany'forces.

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ME EBERSHIP in the Mich nigan
Mutu- al Savings Association is the
firmest: foundation upon which you
can build your savings plan. The
foundation should be ample as well. as
firmt. Memberships for each one of the
famtily 'shou-ld be your aim. Only a fewr
,memberships remain o pen. on our
books. A telephone call will b ring one
of our representatives to explain our
savings plan.

A WEL..,L-CONCEIVED plan is sec-
ond only to a firm foundation.. Be-
gin now to plan your future savings
policy. Haphazard methods result only
in haphazardr results. Plan definitely
to save something every pay-day, not
how little, but how much.

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