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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rEninrnnnimr service "Faithfulness Tested" will' be
BUIIIL fLYV the subject under discussion.
BUFFALO FLY ENDRNbEBS dW~VMI SEtYiLE Ii im a
St. Paul's Lutheran Church
"Civil Government" will be the ser-
U ITLL IN UJIRA11!.LIA NH! 919CH OUM Smon text at St. Paul's Lutheran church
. this morning at the 11:30 o'clock ser-

News From Other Colleges

Sydney, N. S. W., Nov. 3-Austral-
Ian cattlemen are deeply concerned
over the reports that a pest known as
the buffalo fly has been ravaging many
herds. The pest is similar to a fly
which causes extensive losses among
herds in India, Africa, and the East
Indies, andi it is asserted that the
damage will exceed that caused by
the dreaded tick in Queensland and1
Northerl New South Wales unless
prompt action is taken to check it.
Sir xGeorge Knibbs, director of the
Institute of Science and Industry, has
made a cursory insuiry into the mat-
ter. IHe stated that they pest is be-
coming serious in the northern terri-
tor'y and will spread to other parts of
Australia unless preventive measures
are taken immediately. He added thatj
it might bscome more serious than the
:5 tick which has already reached New
South Wales, Western Australia and
Queensland from the northern terri-
tory. The result would be an eco-
nomic loss that would run into mil-
lions of pounds sterling, and years
t would be requirgd to eradicate the
flies.
Reports from Kimbersley, Western
Australia, said that a large and repre-
r entative gatheilng of pastoralists de-
t' ided that the pest is menacing the
cattle industry more than the tick. De-
ste he exceptionally good season,
theiresults of the operations atathe
Wvyndhain meat works have been most
disappointing because of the pest. It
vas decided to urge the federal minis-
try to appoint a specialist to direct the
eradication of the flies.
ARCHITECTS' INSTITUTE
M EDl WONBY GRADUATE
Ralph R. Calder, '23, was voted the
medal of the American Institute of
Architects at a meeting of the faculty
'if' the architectural school, held this
Week. The medal is granted each
ear by recognized architectural
schools to a graduate deemed most
Worthy through scholastic ability and
other qualities."
Calder hadfour years' experience
ik an architect's offices before enter-
ing the architectural school of the
University.' He is an accomplished
musician, and while in college was or-
ganist" and director of music in one
of the leading Detroit churches.
BLUE BOOKS

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student supper under the auspices
of the Student Volunteers.
Congregational Church
"Realism and Idealism in Religion"

vice. Services in German will be held
at 9:30 and bible classes will meet at
10:30 o'clock. "Church (Unionism'
will be discussed at the 5:30 o'clock
social hour under Adolph Bigge, lead-
er.

will be the topic of Rev. H. A. Jump's Bethlehem Evangelical Church
discussion at the 10:45 o'clock service Sunday school and bible classes will
this morning at which the issues in meet at 9 o'clock this morning which
the present controversy between the will be followed by services in Eng-
conservative Fundamentalists and the lish at 10 o'clock and German ser-
liberal Modernists will be taken up. vices at 11.
At the open forum to be held at noon, Unitarian Church
Leslie A. Butler, city superintendent "A Religious Revolution" will be the
of schools, will discuss some of the I;topic under discussion at the 10:30
facts concerning the current problems o'clock service at the Unitarian
in the moral education of children. church this morning. Sunday school
His subject will be "The Modern Trend will be held at 9:45 and at 5:45 young
in Education." At the students sup- people's supper will be served, follbw-
per at 5:30 o'clock Mr. - Jump will ed by a talk :by Mr. John Francis
give an "Evening with Some of the Glynn, the "prison poet."
Poets." First Presbyterian Church
First fethodist Church Morning worship will be held at the
"The Art of Reading" will be Rev. Presbyterian church at 10:30 o'clock
A. W. Stalker's subject at the 10:30 this morning. At noon student Sun-
o'clock service this morning. At noon day school will meet'and at 5:30 o'-
bible classes will meet in Wesley hall clock there will be a social hour and
and from 4:30 until 6:30 there will be j open house. "The Forms of Gambling
open house in the hall. The freshmen and Its Evils", will be discussed by1
girls will have charge of the Wesleyan Fred R. Thomas, '25M, at the Christian{
guild devotional meeting which will Endeavor meeting to be held at 6:30
be held at 6:30 o'clock. Edwin Mark- o'clock..

Ohio State-"A. Nile Night," a pag-
eant of Egypt 30,000 years ago, has
been selected for the 1og Raiser at
the homecoming celebration on Fri-
day, Nov. 23.
Indiana-What is thought to be the
largest collection of fish in the world
is now the property of the Indiana
University. Nathan E. Uearson, of the
Zoological department, brought back
2,000 specimens with him from South
America.
Purdue-A convocationtgiven over
the commemoration of the birthday
of the founder om this University was
held here. A friends of John Purdue
was one of the speawers.
Yale-The Yale Budget has mounted
to $16,000, an increase of $6,000, since
the last report. Thb freshmen -are
still leading the way.
IMssourl-The billiard ball seems to
have a magnetic grip on the students
here. In order to give his car an at-
mosphere of the billiard room one of
the students drilled a hole in a bil-
liard ball and has fitted it to his gear
shift.
Daily classified for real results..

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ham, poet philosopher, will be the
speaker at the Wesleyan Guild Lec-
ture at 7:30 o'clock.
Trinity Lutheran Church
"The Home and Society" willtbe
Rev. L. F. Gunldermnan's sermon text
at the 10:30 o'clock service this morn-
ing. At 9:30 there will be the usual
Sunday school classes.j
Church of Christ Disciples
"The Power of the Gospel" will be
the text at the 10:30 o'clock morning
worship at the Church of Christ dis-
ciples, this morning. Bible class will i
be held at 9:30 and at noon the men's I
service club will meet. The Christ-
ian Endeavor will hold their meeting
at .6:30 o'clock.
Zion Lutheran Church1
Reformation sermon will be preach-
ed in German at the 10:30 o'clock ser-
vice at the Zion Lutheran church. Bi-I
ble study hour will be held at 9 andj
at 5:30 o'clock Carlos Garcia Prada4
will act as leader at the student f'or-
um. "South American University Life"
will be discussed. At the 7:30 o'clock

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