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SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 1925

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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Churches
First (Congregati onal Cutirchi
The subject for the morim; ig rvlce
of worship} will he "'The :Modlern Ap-
rroach to Prayer." 1Music will be
furnished by the chorus under the
direction of Palmer Christian. A
rally for those interested in the ?forth
Side Union Church will take place at

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Cinema
D~ouglas Fairbanks' fantasy of T.he
Arabian Nights, "The Thief offlagdlad,"
will be the attraction at the ANuerth
Theatre (luring the entire week. If
you still believe in love andI adventure
and enjoy moments of suslpense, you
Should enjoy this picture. It seems

tion, novelty cartoon, andI pictorial r'e-
view coinoiining PathOv Review andI
hinograms, are all fashionedi for en-
tertainment value. In addition, a
sympho-jazz orchestra of 11 p~iece s
has been arranged that will add at-
mosp~here for Carnival week. "So
This Is Marriage'' is the feature foil
the first part of the week. The castG
includes such stars as Eleanor Bloard-
man, Lew Cody, and Conrad Nagle;
Eleanor as the young, frivolous wife,.
Conrad Nagle, the husband, andl Lew
Condy, the 5svimathetic bhelor

commend in every respect. The fea-
tures, comedy, Keith stage present a-

WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Men and Women Undergraduates
W~e wa;n I to ap~point now a few wide awake men and women
undergraduates from all faculties of the tUniversity of Mtichi ani,
prefcra Yy those in senior years, to represent us in connection with
our H-istorical and1 Educational Tours to the British Isles, France,
~ilgium and H ol land next June.

5 DAYS

IN PARIS AND

5

DAYS

2:30 o'clock this afternoon. The Stu-; very nearly to cover the universe, both fr'iend. "So This is Ma rriage " is bill-
dent "supper. and Fireside chat willI of fact and fancy, for there are scenes ed as a "corking, comedy drama, with
Soccur at the usual hours. 'The semi-! under the sea, or the earth andl in the a kick in every act." A Walter heirs'a
annual el~ction of officers is scheduled; air, to say nothing of the places that comledy "Short Change," an Aesop
3 for this- meeting, and Dorothy Can- would exist only in dreams. The story
field's novel "The H-omemaker" will be (departs from the regions of everyday _________________________
the topic for discussion. The motion~ life, visualizes and makes real the
picture "Humoresque" will be ,,.ow" N soaring* away of the Magic Carpet j
at the mnotion picture service.I over the house tops and into the
- ' clouds; the Winged Horse carrying
First Baptist Clzureh the Tphief through the sky; The Magic SpU eciatlI
Reverend It.-Edward Sayles will (Ie- Rope which he throws into the air
liver the morning sermon on "Life's and climrbs up. However, "The Thief
Inescapab~le Laws." The student: of Bagdad" is not the stringing to-!
- -.Masses will meet in the Guild I louse gethcr of astonishing incidents alone, a'Ow n
~- at noon under the (direction of D~r. blut a dramatic and romantic narrative
a<, Wt erman. and Mr. Chapman. Tfhe from which no departure is made for;
s Student friendship hour will b)e fol -( mere spectacle's sake. Thiere has
S lowed by the Devotional meeting at been a (departure, however, from theI Of
4' the Guild house also. Prentice C. beaten path in the cast which though,
SFord will lead the discussion onl the carefully selected and well adlaptedl to
topic "Means and Ends." Announce- I their roles are mostly new to thei
V ment is made of the annual Baptist screen. Julianne Johnston, formerly VP ning
P Students' banquet, to be held Friday, of the M~organ (lancers, impersonates I
February 3. The speaker will be lDr. the princess. Several oriental actors
SAllyn K. Foster. were imported to take part in the
:; -- prduction.The dreams and fancies;Go n
4 First Net11zoillst Episcopal ('liuirch o~f childhoodl comne true in the scenes'
S "The Romance of Money" is the of Bagdad where the Thief lives, of
title for the morning's sermlon. The course. While looting the palace he
Bible classes will meet at noon in finds and fails in love with the prnc- I'
Wesley hall. The topic for discuzssionl ess. In disguise hie woes andi wins
at Wesleyan guild meeting will bej her, but is discovered and thrown
"Resolved-That Moral Conditions in I from the p~alace. Then the adventures
V the University Are Deplorably Low." 1 begin, and it is only necessary to say
Gerald Stewart will coinduct the meet- that it ends as a fairy tale- should.
ing. The evening service', held at the ____
' sa ie wl av ero n h ajsi ,.:itledl "Jesus At Home."- For Majestic Carnival week the
S ~ ..in,,magement has garnered a show ofI

Those Appointed Will Find the Work
Congenial and Well Paid For
A i pa.-iun wmi ig itancdiately, giving year Rind fat irY o1y1', I.I.
Iejiiy, Iliniited, St. ,Jautes St., Montreal.
J-opiavor ,
An early choice
of i-Hop Favors
is advisable, so
that prompt
shipment mtay
be made._
Our selection is
now complete-- -
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1 t r t -, L t n u i t rt t i'r'st a i 'e om g r I cl; f a tu re s w hi c h th e y in d ivi d u a lly j L 9 4 L 1 1 1 0 T U C . " .,Te s bj c o h e ul r m r i gO i g a r't e h e l c l4z~ a n e t !L b r y u t o f.t~
Jservice will be "ife." At 11: 45 stresses the pint that few shows are-
o'clock, following the church service, gularanteed by them, but this one theyl
Sunday school will be hld. A testi- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ il eeig il Ie ed t'vb)s
dlay cevening at 7:130) o'clock.,ar . a
drws li~O~L 'I zi~i Get Extra Credits at Home-
Holycommnionwillbe hld ti'~More than 450 courses in History, English, Mathematics, Chemistry,
niornmgr at 8 o'clocklwith church Zoology, Modern Languages, Economics, Philosophy, Sociology, etc.,
!mch~l flI~i~ 2at .:30O'Clck.are given by correspondence. Learn how the credit they yield may
eernHer1 WlWilcnutbe applied on your college program. Catalog describing courses fully,'""- - ' '" ' ''; _,
the morning worship. At 4 o'clock furnished on request. Write today. -~
!this afternoon the Parish Council will . f( i , _i L.-
have its annual meeting in Harris, The Uniberoitp V.,bagICo --____________________________________
hallx1. The Reverend Mr. Lansdale 95 ELLIS HALL CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
will spek t the Student service and 'itlNl41l -.i1i1llt11lit191~tllttll11iiitil
suipper hour on Bishop TH'ob~rt. Rev-
e'1end Ewr Proto t.Pu'
CucJackson, will deliver the rlsr '.l .: w+.w*1 C1od1oJ/¬ęd.~A.Je/P..." I P
mon at the evening service. c g
Tiresb)e&t >for the morning s,< r-
mon will be "My Objective- Worldly , t4inJ r
Success or Unselfish Service?" The "- l ye
student discussion classes will be 7TelH wB yL s
held at noon under the leadership ofj"am delYo H wtBuvL sI
Miss Grace Williams, '27M, Homer H "fme for Yountoifory
Grafton, and 1-. Y. MClusky. The! freshiness" a-l
sociale hour at o:3 o'clock will be DI N RSI , P CA
followed by the Young People's meet-
hug. Helen Messenger, '27, will lead ED N E E P CA
the discussion on the topic "Does in-
crease of Knowledge Mlea) ncrease oili HP$2f0i
Sorrow ?" _ - O
Meniril Citulzreli of 'liitsi % for Reular $35.00 Value
"Did Pilate Wash HI is Hlands5?" 1s8 mke-
the topic chosen for the morning ser- We MllBlak Special Cart- aCARROLLTON CHINA
men. Student class)es will be held at dies to suit your taste for z-1T ESG TTVV
noon, andl the C. P. society social 1JVll IV ' DESIGN NEW S1 IAPfrY
hou, .t 6o'clock.Thsujcfothj{f l'c cainsn
evein,-erinon is r"WhenbPeteriLt ill l uc caioso
His Keys." 3_ 7 ~ ~ yt
'trinity English lulherami Ch~urceh 4 LDA YSI 'N O IGE J. m I
The morning worship will be pyre- -1e J P so
ceded by Bible School. at 9:30 o'clock Come Eary!-
The sermon will be "Christianity, a 12 East Washinton St.j
Way of. Life" The students will
gather at the usual hour for the Stn- Wegelve
dent supper and fellowship hour and eDeie
the Student forum. The forum topic a fItltil111lll~ ill#Illltiliil11111117Ht111f1ttlliit1:
will be "Is Modern Business Christ-j Next to Arcade T heater f ODK
ian?" Irvin Jedole will conduct the i~L(SRDK
meeting.3
Unitarian (hurch _______________________________________________

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is one of the oldest institutions
on the Michigan campus. Since
1883 M~ichigan students have
been frequenting Granger's
Academy. First -o- Maynard,
next to the Maj.; then on East
Huron, just of State. And why
not? Improvements have been

The morning sermon "The Quiddity
of Jesus," is the first of the thirdt
series of sermons dealing with thej
great affiliation of the Apostle's Creed.
Music will be furnished by the miale
quartet and Mr. Adams will give a
baritone solo "Out of the D~epths."
The student supper will be held Cat
5:45 and the Fireside meeting at 6:301
o'clock.
Zion Lutheran Churcht
The sermon at the morning worshipj
will lie the second based on the secondf
commandment, "The Saucity (if an
Oath.'' Following the Student sulmpn~r,
Irvin Jedele will lead in discussing
the question "Is Mlodern Business
Christian ?"
At the Hop
Nothing more lovely in puirity
and elegance of style will be
seen, than the pure white gown
of satin or chiffon with crystal
fringe, like sparkling, dancing
waterfalls, as its single rote of
dcoration.
Consulting Costumer
Phone 3059-W

ONLY CLEANERS
not using gasoline in any form
I BENZOL USED EXCLUSIVELY

Take a Kodak From Our Darkroom
With ou -to Your Pocket
Painstaking care in our
On the campus or away. on a darkroom means prints
snowshoe hike, Kodak calls you'll like in your pocket.
for a picture.
Our prints are all on
Let uds oW m our Velox paper. You'll do
$d.50 up well to bring us your films..
Calkins- Fletcher Drug Co.

made
today

year after year until
Granger's is all that a

danlcing -
jThe floor

aicademy
is ex

accommodations are great, the
surroundings are pleasant,
and better music would be
hard to find.

Dancing Every Wednesday,
an-d Saturday Nights

Music by Bill Watkins

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