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SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1925TEMCIGNDLYRG IEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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St Andrew's Episcop al Clit Ir c
Bishop Page wil administe-r the ritie
of confirmation and deliver t he mon-

ibjeci. "Central Aims in Christian Themoia hurchi of Christ ollowedl by a social hour. The topic' ferent from either of its predecessors: Willa Cather, long a disciple of difficult to achieve in our language.
The erm" for the morning wor- for the Lenten service will be "A Man " Privilege" and "Desolate Splendor' Sarah Orne Jewett has selected and Of her stories Miss Catler says, "They
---ship will be entitled "What Shall Wiie of Srrows." Sadleir's three novels depict three; edited two volumes of Miss Jewvtt'a i melt into the land and the life of th
u firt (ltnrciit of (iirist Scientist Do With Our D~reamers ?" Noon stn- phases in the development of modern best stories which Houghton Mifflin; land until they are not stories at all,
rleoncfrteruarmrigdent classes will be in charge of Proi - 1itniiaii Church England, in each of which theme anl(1 Cmayaet ~bi n but life itself."
i vce illbe Reaity" Tis er-fessor A. L. Trout. Christian en- T he srernon this morning is the last! treatment are deliberately adjusted to Miss Jewett is one of the very few
'iee1willbe oloealiyty. hSudy deavor will be held irmne~iately after one to e given by Reverend S S. ! the problems and psychology of the, Americans who is comparable to Fla-
,ool lmeet ing. The Wednesday the young people's social lhur, An !lRoinis, befoire his absence to fill a ( periods selected. Sadleir writes, bert and de Maupassant for that deli- Red h X at d
ceilungto timninal will be held at !interesting topic has been chosen for, chair of 1Philosophiy at Meadville. Dr. "Obedience" for all that it deals with 'atepreisinhoestyenad tougt s
89t'I(.open discussion. The evening sermon! Preston E. James will give an illus, an English county family in the, aspeiino -yeadtogts
will be "Who Approves of Us?", a se- trated lecture on "Tripping Through eighteen-sixties, is not a pastiche o ____________________________________________
qm (JLl to the sei'nicn given 1ec'2fl1ly on Trini~dd" i mid-Victorian fiction. It is rather one !
l first k ingeeationa ( hiurch i"Who Condemns Us ?" side of a medallion-a medallion;I
TIhi morning addrcss will be muade -"O11bedience," the third of Michael struck to commemorate the passing ofI
yAir. Floyd Starr, of the Starr Coln j N , anl'sLatbent('inreh Sadleir's novels of manners is dif- a social code." TRf:Y O U RIP
cn rwea th. (n 'Building Bo0ys into M. Cook, will dlivr the English IU

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ing sermon. Mrs. Page will speak t)
the young people after the sipiw'r tt
5:30 o'clock which is held in ithu
chapel. The student service and sup
per will be held at (G x'clocl, ann
Bishop 'Page will sekto He stu-
dents. Th~le subjiect.of the evening
sermon which will be delivered) by the
Reverend I1. L. Lonsdale is "J lerod."

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C'it zenmhit)." The North Side Church
,.grl onp VI, i eet, at 2: 30 o'clock. MG'r.
i1liy zi will snealk to lie students at the
,,u pmpc~r rind fireside chat. His

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hEMINleetia vangelical ('11111,01 S~)ject xwill he "iBringing up lFather.''
k.,tThe p~astor's subject for the worn I kotli Ta rhiugton's ''The Turmoil,''
' s. ing sermon will be "Forsaken By will be shown at the motion p~icture
God." 'The young polwilgte!service. Mr. Floyd will be the
at 6:30 o'clock for the discussion hour. ;speaker.
,TThe topic for the evening will be
'Hstory of the Bible" ! 1'irii'~4lbto ist 0C111r-0
----Th e topic for' the morning sermon
The First Baptist Church will be "Out of :Lent." Five student
"How Shall We 'Think of i'(rgive, i Bible classes mneet at noon in Wesley
ness?" will be the topic of the mnorn- ball. The :social half hour at 5:30
ing sermon. The noon 'student classes' o'clec),k will he followed by the Wes-
will be under the direction of IAir,.!ieyan guild mneeti:,g. The topic for
Chapmian and Dr. .Waterman. Friend- the evening will be "What About a
F -. - ship, hour will be held at the guild U'nitedi Church?" Rensis Likert will
house at 5:30 o'clock. R efreshmnents- conduct the meeting. "The Gardener"
will he served. Dr. E. P. Russell -will will be the topic of the evening ser-
Q speak at the devotional meeting on the moon.

sermon on ''Justification l.)y Faith."
The German service will be held at.
9:30 o'clock.. Revere nd B. Poch of
Fort Wayne will speak to the stilent
club on his "Experiences as a Mission-
ary in London." The evening Lenten
1 sermon will be delivered by the pastor.I
rin.j1ity -En glishILutttei'ami Chureh
"What Is It To Believe in ('9 rirt?"'
Iwill be the themne of tb e mornmin g'r
m non. IThle student club ivill me'et at:
5:30 o'clock andl visit other tieneai-
inationail groups. The subj~ect ior th ?
Wednesday evening Lenten service{
Iwill be "'Nicodlemus."
f Zion Lithlerait C'hurchj
The pastor will dleliver the morningj
'Isermon on the topic "Being Kind and
Helpful to One Another." This is the
second sermon on the commiandmient
"Thou Shalt not Kill." The supper
for students at 5 :30 o'clock will be

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