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October 23, 1923 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1923-10-23

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The government under
Gonatas, is taking measure
:H11U !O SCUI LU down the revolt, and claims
the situation in hand.
Practical Courses to Be Offered in
Bible Study and Religious DEBATE OE
REEVES WILL SPEAK BEFORE Washington, Oct. 22.-(By
OPENING BANQUET TONIGHT Sharp objection by Charles F
of Seattle, former director of
erans bureau, marked the ope
The Institute of Religious Education of public hearing before th
will open its annual fall term under committee investigation on t
the direction of the Ann Arbor Bible ation of the bureau. Mr. F
chair with a banquet and an address clared that he had 'come 3,0
by Prof. Jesse Reeves of the Politi- and from a sick bed to assist
cal science department at 5:30 o'clock mittee and to defend his
at Harris hall. Lionel iCrocker, Grad., which, he said, is under att
chairman of the committee in charge, insisted that he should beg
has arranged for a varied program to right to be heard in reply
be given through the department of ments concerning his asser
they had made."
Religious Education under the aus- thh made.
"This matter is going all
pices of the Student Christian associa- country," he said, "and unl
tion. make reply, it will be assum
Practical Courses Offered am sitting here without offe
Practical courses are to be given in objection."
bible study, religious education, and Senator Reed, republican,
general religious activities. The ses- vania, chairman of the com
sons beginning this evening will be the senators, told Mr. For
further given Oct. 30, and Nov. 6, neither he or any other part
13, 20. The opening class will be from dividual is "on trial" and th
7 to 7:15 o'clock under the charge of proper time he would be giv
local pastors. opportunity to explain.
The class period which is open at
7:15 o'clock in, Lane hall and continues It's true efficiency to u
until 8 o'clock will have three courses. Classifieds.-Adv.
Comparative Religion will be taught
b y P r o f e s s o r T . E . K i r k p a t r i c k o f t h e- - - --__Pl t c l , s i n e d p r m t . T sB 0
Political science department. This BO,
::ourse will consider the origin andNorwegian Gr
t d. N egianlonsli n

Colonel WedMat. 0c to $1.500j N
to pu NI h B o t
s to have! Sat. Mat..Soo to $2.50
to The Great American Thrillodrama
A Thousand olso hs and Jolts s
ScinceEa rrigs
IUEARead the Want Ads
A Pare comfortable
A. P.)-"}
. Forbes,
the vet- whe
nngeday No danger of tearing the
e Senate
he opeieCOMING SUNDAY lobes of your ears when
mibes doaD
th ms By Jove! you wear this kind.
integrity uch hEasy put on take
ack. He LaughsEtopand
given the Doff and not too con-
to state Dontcha Know.nt
Lion ta spicuous or gaudy. We
over the have very attrac-
ess I canhsome
ed that I
Bring, any tivv designs in screw
Pennsyl- Iearrings now on dis-
mittee of -
rbesthatplay, some set in Dia-
~bes that'
ata tthe monds and pearls. Also
en ample ! _lQs
en e pendulumearringsa nd
se Daily other jewels to delight
the eye.
ain Calf Three Rousing Cheers
10O And All ThatAo
Sort of Rot
fSate Street Jeweler
Just imagine one of the fun-
niest stories in all fiction in 302 SOUTH STATE
the bands of the master
director who made
bilt RhA
dis- i Read the Want Ads- --- ~-~ ~ ~~~~

teveiLopment of mo ern reg ious prac-
tices and beliefs.
= cepted. Address Whimsies, Press "Boy Problems" will be given by Mr.
buildinm F. H. Swits, executive of the boy
W II ON All organizations who want space In scouts movement at Ann Arbor. Lead-
SGO IG the 1924 Michiganensian should ap- ers of boys work throughout the state
ply at the 'Ensian office for con- will also be secured. The third course
tracts, or make arrangements for will be "The Twentieth . Century
TUESDAY the same with George L. Pattee, or- Bible," conducted by Dr. Iden, head of
4:00-Gargoyle art and editorial staffs } ganization manager. All contracts the Ann Arbor Bible chair.j
meet at Press building. must be in by Nov. 1. Third Session.
7:15-Mt. Clemens club meets in Un- Seniors who have not yet obtained The third session will meet from 8I
ion, room 304. their photographers' receipts must to 8:45 o'clock and will also include
7:30-Veterans of Foreign Wars meet do so as soon as possible. The three courses. The "Indebtness of ArtC
in Union. Michiganensian office is open from to Religion" will be given by Prof.,
7:30-Union life membership captains 2 to 5 every afternoon except Sat- Bruce A. Donaldson of the Fine Arts
meet in room 302, Union. urday. department. The lectures are 'to be7
4:30-University Girls' Glee clube- illustrated. "The Message of the
meets in Barbour gymnasium. VARSITY SHOWS SPEED Prophets to the Present Age" will be
8:15-Players' club presents "The IN 01110 STATE CLASH 'conducted by Prof. Leroy Waterman of;
Trysting Place," and "What They --jthe Semitics department. "English
Think" in Sarah Caswell Angell IReligious Poetry in the 17th Century,"
hall. (Coalinued from Page Seven) will be taught by Prof. James Han-
WEDNESDAY on his offense, Utz gave Ohio every- ford of the English department. Such
4-Open house in Harris hall for thing that she least expected. The end ,poets as Donne, Herbert and Milton
all students. running game is still in the stage of will be discussed.1
4:15-Piano group of Matinee Music- I development, so Utz refrained from These various courses will be out-
ale Student league meets in home I using this means of attack for long lined by instructors in charge at the
of Mrs. Lee Case, 912 Mary street. gains. Instead he used the forward dinner which will mark the formal
7:30--Smnoker of U. of 31. Aeronautical pass as a medium of advancing the opening of the institute.
society at the Union. ball, using line bucks and end runs
8:15-Pla'yers' club presents "The only to bring the opposing backs in Greece Faces Revolt
Tryst1g Place," and "What They close, which made the pass more cer- Athens, Oct. 22.-(By A. P.)-A mil-
Think," in Sarah Caswell Angell tain. itary revolt has broken out in some
hall. Ohio was beaten on defense, her of the provincial garrisons. The mut-
U-NOTICES running attack proved 'unsuccessful ineers, numbering about 2000 and re-
Pencil sketches and etchings by Cze- after one or two gains, her percentage ported to be under the leadership of
cho-Slovakian artist-c now on exhibit of completed passes was far surpassed the royalist general Metaxas, demand-
in the architectural corridor of the by the Wolverine total, she was out- ed the resignation of the revolutionary
Engineering building. punted and outguessed. Upon these government in order to incur the im-
Manuscripts for Whimsies now ac- facts rest Michigan's victory.. partiality of the coming election.

Distinguisht on all cou
-but not the type of sA
that "everybody's" we
ing. Designed and t
for the collej man ofd
criminating taste w
leads but rarely folloi
Imported Norwegian C
skin carefully & pridefu
fashioned into a shoe
surpassing merit. C<
servativly correct, yet w
life & youth in every li
Nov. 26-27-28
12iDuane swreet-AWYorkC


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