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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 192.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BRUCE CURRY TO SPEAK -lesa
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The
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preside
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Y2M C A WORKER WILL CONDUCT treasu
REGULAR CLASSES -
FOR S..UW A
fBruce Curry, author.of "Jesus and
4iis Cause", and numerous Bible study
utlines, and at present a professor in
the Biblical Seminary of New York,
C'vlll speak here Sunday afternoon,
;November 18,on "Where Does the
4sible Come In?"
Curry comes here under the aus-
ices of the Student Christian Asso-
""(iation, being released from his work
,t the Biblical Seminary for a year to
Aravel among colleges under the di-
,Iection of the National Student de-
, artment of the Y. M. C. A. and Y.
y4. C. A. to give training courses in
Bible study. Arriving in Ann Arbor1
'ovember 14 he will remain until No-
1-vember 21.
'During the course of his stay he
.will have classes at definite hours
.each day. His work will be that of
2trainin ggroups of people interested
in leading Bible study groups.sHe-
,will also devote his time to study __
groups composed of those interested
in developing personal Bible study.
His groups will incrade' students, fac-
'.lty members, and representatives
from outside institutions. -
Bruce Curry, graduating from Dav-
idson college in 1907, received his A.
=M. degree in 1922 and his Pk,' D. from
'New York University." In 1913 he "Whe
:graduated from Princeton Theological will be
Seminary and became professor of the Sunday
'English Bible at the Biblical Seminary inAn
in An
in New York. expecte
He spent two years in the Army Y. pronoti
M. C, A.'in charge of the Bible study Christia
-for the "Army and Navy and several-
months in France. Beginning in 1918
and for five years since he has been
connected with the summer student
conference of the Y. W. C. A. Fur-
tfber information in regard to the
classes held by Curry can be had
from Miss Mary H. Ross, general sec-
retary of the University Y. W. C. A.
who is located in Newberry hall. In spi
the buss
Director
entiree
GRADUATE STUDENTS IN pletely
les will'
IIU"H VbANILL CLUBhundred
This -
- . record,
Men doing graduate work in the his- hundred
_,4ory department-have-organized a.club ed last
swhich will be known as the Graduate all day
History club. The purpose of this or- sold in
ganization is to foster the exchange of o'clock.
ideas, to become acquainted with the It is
theories and the work of present day more cl
historians, and to promote sociability to the1
among graduate students in the de- campaig
partment. Meetings will be held twice way av
a month. without
The membership has drawn men
from widely scattered sections 6f the , "Jimm
country. Among the states represent- quickly.

Arizona, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
and New York. One of the mem-
omes from London, Eng.
following officers have been
by the club: Graeme O'Geran, Nilfnn
ent; and Prof. H. A. Hubbard, of Sigma.
fiversity of Arizona, secretary- tic soci
rer. gates fr
country
11 Give Series vention

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News From Other Colleges
esota-The Gopher chapter of Il11no s-The Illinois homecoming
Delta Chi, honorary journalis- turned out to be such a mammoth af-
ety, will be host to 125 dele- fair that it was necessary for the
rom 36 chapters throughout the Daily Illini to put out a four section
when it holds its annual con- paper last Saturday.
here Nov. 1, 20; and 21. Princeton-Two distinguished Eng-
-t ty lishmen, the Earl of Birkenhead and
y-tets andfaculty, cote Lloyd George, were among the contri-
by the problem of whether or butors to the Princetonian, the da1y '
band will go to the ChicaC , ~tleps ek
paper, during the past week.
xt Saturday, are offering sug
e for raising money. Sale ofD A
e footballs, hand bounces, an AAd

Read The Daily "Classified'' Columns

Of Lectures Here

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Screen-Today
Arcade-Agnes Ayers and Jack
Holt in "The Marriage Maker"
Majestic -Elinor Glyn's "Six
Days"
Wuerth-"If Winter Comes"
'Orpheum-"When Love Comes."
Stage-This Week
Whitney-Saturday - Miss Elsa
Ryan in "The Circus Lady"
Garrick (Detroit) - "Up She
Goes"

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Work in which your

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collection by use of buckets are among !
the methods suggested.

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Yale-Admiral Sims was a promin-
ent speaker here recently. He spoke
on the "Undergraduate and the Eigh-
teenth Amendment."
Cornell-Contributions to the lib-
rary have resulted in duplicate copies
of many books. The librarian ran a.
two-day sale, which turned out suc-
cessfully.
Yale--Secretary of War Weeks was
6ne of the distinguished guests at the;

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With one hit, according to the un-
animous opinion of critics, to its cre-
dit already this season, Comedy club
announces its second program to be
held on Nov. 14in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall. Perhaps taking a hint from
the success of "Sweet and Twenty" in1
their last performance, the club will
give two rather light comedies next1
week. The two selected are "Fancy
Free," a comedy satire of English so-
ciety by Stanley Houghton, and "'Op-
O-MyThumb", a sentimental piece by

college career counts
Choose a life-work in which all you have
learned will count-where you will continue to
learn through association with men of high
calibre-where your education will be an aid in
meeting men.
Enter the insurance profession. Insurance-
Fire, Marine and Casualty-places you at once
in touch with big business men. Not only will all
you have learned be an asset but you will be daily
increasing your education along economic and
industrial lines. The Insurance business makes big
men. Choose Insurance as your life-work.
The Insurance Company of North America is
a national, historical institution-founded in
1792-with over a century and a quarter of well
earned prestige. Conservative policies and de-
pendable service have been responsible for the
growth and for the constructive activities of the
Company in the development of the entire
insurance profession.
Insurance Company of
North America
PHILADELPHIA
and the
Indemnity Insurance Company of North America
write practicallydvery form of inmance except life.

Bruce Curry
re Does the Bible Come In"
Professor Curry's subject next
afternoon. He will remain
Arbor for some time, and is
d to take a large part in the
on of the work of the Student
n association.
IE EDITION OF
DIRECTORY SOLD OUT
ite of rumors to the contrary,
[ness manager of the Students'
ry emphatically states that the
edition of directories is comn-
sold out .and that no more cop-
be printed. Over twenty-eight
d copies were printed.
year's sale of books created a
when with an increase of two
I copies over the number print-
year and in the midst of an
rain, the entire edition was
a single day and before 4:30
urged that students follow
losely the announcements as
time of the Directory's sales
n in the future, and in this
oid going through the year
a copy.
nie the adtaker" sells anything
-Adv.

Army game last Saturday. . Frederick Fenn and Robert Pryce.
Both plays will be directed by D. E.
CklfornIa-In an effort to aid thL Snyder, '25.
n ghn The cast of "Fancy Free" includes:
entering freshmen, the deputation Rhea Schlaak. '25, Vera Katz, .'25, L.
committee of the University of Cali- O. Palmiter, '25, and R. B. Hender-
fornia met recently to make plans for son;a'26.Thecasfr Op Onr-
the coming year. The committee's Thumb" will have Phylis Turnbull,
work consists of informing the high '26, Alva Langdon, '25, Mathie Proud-
schools throughout the state of tke foot, '23, Christine Addison,'24, D. E.
traditions and customs of university Snyder, '25, and Madeline McGurk,
life, the last three of whom did goodwork
in "The Dreamy Kid" .several weeks
Purdue-Armistice day, Nov. 11, wit ago.
be observed on Monday, Nov. 12, when
services in honor of Purdue's soldier Paris, Nov. 6.-French school child-
dead will be held at Stuart field. Mon- ren, next Saturday, will answer for
day, afternoon all classes will 'be dis- relatives killed in the World war, when
missed iri order that all university stu-- the names are reached in an honor
dents may attend the services. roll-call: "Dead for their country."
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