SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1924
Zion Lutheran Church3
The regular Bible study hour at9a
o'clock will be followed by the morn-
CI hiiu rch esing worship. The sermon at this ser-h
vice will be on the subject "The Mys- 4
tifying Doctrine of Election Made I
Plain." The Student Forum is fl
i scheduled from 5:30 to 7:30 o'clock.
The Unitarian churei Supper and social hour precede the
At the morning service Rev. Sidney discussion period. George Dillman,
S. Robins will speak on "What is '25, will lead the discussion on thev
Coming Out of the War." Music for topic "Do College Athletics Harm the '
the service will be furnished by the Christian Spirit on Campus?"
male quartette. At 6:30 o'clock Dean Andrew's Episcopal Church
A. s. Day will lead the discussion
service. The topic for the evening is oly Communion will be held at 81
"What's Church for Anyway?" The o'clock. The morning worship is at,
Student's Fellowship supper will ; o'clock at which time Reverend 11
precede the discussion service. Henry Lewis will speak on "How tot
Know the Bible." A special musical1
- service will be held at 4:30 o'clock.s
Memorial t(hurch of Christ Reverend B. F. P. Ivins, Dean of tleI
Armistice Day will be observed to- Nashotah Divinity School, Nashotah,t
day by proper ceremonies. Reverend Wisconsin, will speak at the student
J. Allen Canby will speak on "The supper on "Modern Criticism." This(
Passing National Fears and Foes." service will be preceded by the usual
At 6 o'clock the young people will student supper.
have a social half hour lollowed by an
address by Major William T. Carpen- First Baptist Churchf
ter who will speak on "What the "Things New and Old" is the sub-
United States Has Done for Peace." ject which the pastor has chosen for
The congregation will unite in the the morning sermon. Mr. Chapman
services at 17111 Auditorium at 7:30 will conduct the Freshman and Sopho-
o'clock.,i more classes and Dr. Waterman, the
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Junior and Senior class which meet I ed. Its title is "The Creed of the Gerritt E. Fielstra, '26, will be the
at noon. At 5:30 the University stu- Progressive." At 2:30 o'clock those leader.
dents will gather at the Guild House taking part in the hospital song ser- u Etr
for the Friendship Hour. Donald F. ktseInlty English Lutheran Church
Othmer will lead the Student Devo- vice will meet at the church. The The subject for the sermon at the
tional Meeting on the topic "The Fight student supper and social hour will morning worship will be "The Prog-
for Character." precede the Fireside chat. Howard ress of Faith." The student Fellow-
SP. Becker, of Northwestern University hip Hour and Forum meeting will be
First Methodist Episcopal Church .held from 5:30 till 7:30 o'clock. #
The subject for the morning ser- Will lead the discussion on War, Is George Dillman, '25, is to be the
vice is "And Whit Good Is It Christian and Necessary? Ellen leader.
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Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books,
Typewriting and Pound Papers, Candies, etc.
Students - secure your supplies from us.
! Terry will be featured in me famous
nimerman wil conduct the reshman i- , atthe
mnen's Bible Class, and Miss Moore, opera "The Bohemian Girl" at the
Motion Picture Service. Yale and Notre Dame will not mee
the Freshman women's class, while Ion the gridiron in 1925. Owing to the
the upperclass meeting will be led;tohein f theYale hedule
by D . Stalker, Mr. Westerman and Mr. First Presbyterian Church to eaviness ot e ae sch
the Bulldogs will not meet the Irish-
Coffman. Roy Callahan '26, is the !"Honey from Strange Hives" is the men next fall
leader of the Guild Meeting. The sub- title of the sermon at the First Pres-
ject for discussion is "Student Christ- byterian Church this morning. Music f
sanity." There will be no evening for the morning worship wills be fur-
service as the congregation will join nished by a large chorus of young
in the University Service at Hill audi- people. Those participating in the
torium, but there will be an Open hospital "sing" will meet at Lanec
House Supper from 7 to 7:30 o'clock at IHall at 2:45 o'clock. A letter from Dr.
Wesley Hall. "Bob" McCandliss '21M, Canton, China
will be read ,at the social hour.
First Congregational Church "Should the Demands of the Sup-I
This morning's service will be the ! pressed RacesiBe Granted" will be the,
fourth in the series to the open mind- ;subject for discussion this evening.
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