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TiHE MICHIGAN DAILY !SATU D&Y, NOVIMR

O F MIaCHIGAN'S LOCKIAG

WILL PL4Y LEAD ]N OPERA

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- Whe ok u Job" -
--the m*ost amaizng dramatic offering of the
of the~ present daty,
MILL AUXTO IVM,
TVERDAY, :1WP
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fwraj~erio 4.
*Charming new decorative materiaIs and acces-
' sories re biirglargely increased business
torpopniardrpy department and our .. -
work rooms arehummuing with activity.
To insur~e g'etting your draperies when
i wantedl we suggest the desirability of making
seleoin nw. There is a' wealth of new
f is co~s from.w
IT,& IaWa-eWall Paper to Match
Alf Waperie :
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AM]hig4. ,Syr acuse 14.,
ve picture saows "Maurie" Dunne, M~ichig an's star end, blocking one of Ifaeha,'s punts in the syra-
gae i19'16. The Wolverines won the co ntest by staging one of the- greatest- camel acksin the;l
,trn, foo~tbalI. Alter -trailing the New Yorke rs for over three quarters, the Yotfen camo v.back in the
,tes, and hutlled th~e game out of ftle fire. Tlie final score wras 14-1:).
MICIJIGA N-',S ALL-AMWE 1CANS

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S=IRT BAPTIST
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R. EDjWARDl SAY3iE$S, inTister
11JO)WARD- F. CQRAJAN
;111nist(*r of University studIents

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iOET1WEEM
EVA NGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N, A.)
4t0 Ave.. neair Packa~rd
G. A. NEIJMANN, Paistor

Sunday School at 9:00 a m'.
9: 00-Sunday Schochl and
Classes.
10: 00-English Services.
11:00-German Services.

Bible

10:30 - "1fl's 1,111410101,
Sayles.
.Z: 00-Sunday School.

Mr.1

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From 1904 to 1922, 'Walter Camp selected elevenx of Michigan's Varsity, players
on his all-American teans. The above cut shows tlhis famous group. which includes
H~eston, selec ted in 1904; Schultz, in 1908; B en brook, in 1510; Wells, in 1911; Allmen-
dinger, in 1913; Maulbetsch and Craig in 1 914;~ Smithi, in.1910; Steketee, in 1,918; Vick
in 1921, and Kipke in 1922.

6:00-P. Y. P. U. at Church.
UniversityStulents
12:00-Class at Guild ):.louse. See-
ond iacussifl of .csu.$' Ideal 0o.
1Righteousnkess."x Mr. Chapmian.
5:30-6:30 - Friendsthip Hour at
Guild House. Mr. and Mrs. Chap-
mnan will welcome all students.
6: 30-Specially important Thanks-
giving Meeting, led by John
Miner.
M usic: Miss Mary Ross will sing
at Morning Church Worship: "0
Master, Let Me Walk With Thee."

ge h d n oy o an beas great in Spirit as it i i in '
Azction-. fn these 4 4chw&your
wilt findW real isiaiD i.

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHEAN
(Mis souri Synod)
Corner Third and West HWuron Sts.,
CARV A IIRAIER, Pastor
SERVICES ,
9:30-Services in German.
10:30-B-3ible School.
11:30O-Services in EFnglish. Ser-
mon : "Our Synod B nIldn;rgr m
5:30-Young- People's Social Gath~
ering.
6: 30-M1emorial' Service and Dis-,
cussion,
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TIRS IT UNION'
ni alumni forth~e game to-
~e been in~vited to make the
bh~e1-r headquarters for their
i~le in Anna Arbor. The Alumni
on. wHI mintain aspecial ser-'
the~ alumni in meals and inf
.dition to the regular things,
Union provides, the reception
e headed by Charles -Living-.
ihas added a number, of new1
to the entertainment. 'Among.
e a rooinng bureau which pro-

vides rooms for all who.swish to ob- llhiu9Js terceet Yost- F~tejd 1ouse
tain them and a reception, committee1 The first- test of Yost Field House
th~at makes it its duty to welcome the
alumni and help them in any matters, probably will be January 4 when.
that they wish.J Michigan and Illinois meet in basket-.
A dance will, be held in the assembly j;Michigan and, Illinois meet at basket-
hall ofntha Unio .n 'cokto dnghtball. While the Michigan. team will
forstdnsanalm.Intidac play a series. of games before that
a number of tickets have been reserv-, date, devoting- a, part of the long hol-
ed for alumni in recognition of the iday vacation to this, none of- the
home coming week end that will bring,1 games,. thus far booked, have, been.
Large niAnbers of them to Ann Arbor:. scheduled. for the local, floor. There
Meals will be served tonight and to- isapsiiiyta practice games
morrow in both of' the dining rooms! may bie scheduled and played; in, the
of the Union. Special help has been ' field house before the Illinois ,gamw.
added to accommodate the. large num- Temporary bleachers around the
ber of visitors who are expected to be main floor will augment the seating
present at they time. facilities provided in the permanen~t
J gallery. Just what the capacity will
Patronize The Daily Advertisers, be has not been determined,

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UNITARIAN. CHUR~CH-
State -.n1 Rilron Streets
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Tem~porary JHomue
LANE 1HALLJ
EP f. ARTIIVR9P*gtor

9: 45, A..M.
Church School;

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10: 30 A. M.
Morning Service and Sermon.
1i M'.
Profess~or Wood's Clas, n;
Social Problems:
5 :45 P. M.
Young, People's Suipper

"Every creaturte of God is good and
' nothing to Ie'e*jected, if it be re=
ceile- t. thifksfliring: for it is
sanctified ray"' the word of G2od- and
'prayer."-St: Pul.

9: 30-Bible School.
10:30-Morning Service.. Srmon
Topic: "Tire Christ of the lI)le"

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Light Lunches
We have made special ar-
rangements for the out-of-town
people in f o rthe game. Let us
serve youi.

PALACE

TRINITV LUTH1ERAN
CHURICH
Fiftli Ave. and ~illiam St.

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12:00-MVen's Service Club; lei bYj
Dr. Stouffer.
6:30--Christian Endeavor.
Student Classes at Noon ┬░
In Lane Hall Reading Rooms-
Mr. Coff man, Leader

I : 30 A. M7'--A harvest homreset
vice.
5,:30 IP. K---Student' Forum. Su b-
jet, ' I R lado' isns ont
tte Grr ps ''Gertrude FHegel,
Leader.,
No eveinig service' this Stunday.
Thanksgiving Day service, Thurs~
day mo~rning, 10 o'clock.
All of these services- in F3glish

''R V. 1. P4. GUN DERMAN, Pastor
9:3+0 A. M.-Sunday' School with
student, class.
10:!30 A. M."Fite Home and., the
Church." This is the last of
the series on the home.
"Not forsaking the assembling of
ouxrselves together, as the cus-
tomn of some is."-Hebrews;
10:25.

Y ~ 6130,P. M.
Prof .R D., Dickinson of the Law
School' speaks on the World'
Court

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FIRST METHODIST' CHURC2W
REV.. A. IV. STAL*RER,, D..D., Pastora
R=EV. IV, SCOTT WESTERMAN, Assoiate Bastar
XISSELLEN IV.1WOORE, Situ 'ntDretor'
10:30 A. M.-MORNING .}W0 {rSHIP. Pastor's Subject: '.11EB!I!PL.W.
12:00 M-BI3T4 GLASSES ,at WESLEY HALL.
4:30-6:30 P. M.-OPEN HOUSE at* WESLEY HAtLL. Uniersity Glrl'.
Mandolin ┬░Club will, play.: Supper erved at'6 30o'cokt
6:30 P. M.-WESLEYAN GUILD DEVOTIONAL MEETEINGJ. MissMadge
Walborn,'Leader. A' Thanksgiving. prog-ra.
7:30 P. M-EVYENING WORSHIP. "THE G~ATE~ CAELW B41JTI~
FUL" Will be Rev. W. Scott Westerman'~ssubect.

PRESBYERIAN CHURCH#
RIF1YLEONARD' A. BIR RETT, D.D., Minister
L F1"R- C. REXA N, '16, Seely Men Students
8; NDLifl CADIVELL, Seely Wainen Stuidents
10:30 Morning Worship. "The Work of the Anti-Saloon League," pre-
sted by Mr'. R .N: Hosa.ple.
51:30 to 6:3d; Socl1Hour for Young People.
Discusioni-topic for evening: "What Shall five Thank Gad For?"'

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lead quarters For
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CONGREGATIONAL CHUR
"THE STONE- CHURtCH WITHI THE WARM WELCOME.'
HERBERT A.. JUMP~, 4dster, E. JKNOX MITCHELL, IThiversltyTwt~
LUJCK IUBER, Secretary, forWomen Stud4nts.

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COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
Cs HENRY LEI~S, RECT~OR.
OH RLE T.WEBBJ Dlrector Student Work
R4ACHEL HAY4~ILAND, Secretary for Student' Work

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Ii I "Thatksi-ing,. ai Festival of the Pilgrim. Fathers," will be the, sub-
f~ject of Mr Jum~p's sermon. at- 10:45 A.'4..

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