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PAGE SIXTEEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1925

Churches
(Continued from Page Fifteen)
held at 10 o'clock, and the German
service at 11 o'clock. The subject
for the services will be "The Mind of
Christ." At 7:30 o'clock an illustrated
lecture on "The Passion Play of
Oberammergau" will be presented as
an introduction to Holy Week.
* Congregational Church
Easter Music will be furnished by
the chorus. Reverend Jum.p will
preach the sermon on "Crowning theJ
Truth." The North Side Church
group will meet at time Church at 2:30
o'clock. Mr. Howard McCluskey will
speak to the high school federation
at 4 o'clock. At the student supper
and fireside chat, Lawrence Conrad of
the rhetoric department will speak on
the tonic of "Why I Wrote My First
Novel". The motion picture service
will feature Patsy Ruth Miller and
Dustin Farnum in "My Man".
First Methodist Episcopal Church
A special Palm Sunday service will{
be given this morning at 10:30 o'clock.I
Five student Bible classes are held
each Sunday at noon in Harris hall.
The anural pre-Easter supper will be
held at 5 o'clock, after which an
Easter drama "Judas Iscariot" will be*
presented by the Wesleyan. players.
The congregation is requested to at-
tend the University service at Hill
auditorium at 7:30 o'clock.

be held at 10 o'clock. Miss A. Nees
will have charge of the student club
which will meet from5:30 to 7:31
o'clock. The topic for the evening
will be "Capital Punishment". Con-
firmation of the adults will take place
at the evening service, which will he
a Y P.S. reunion service as well.
The sermon topic will be "Ever Faith-
ful."
The Unitarian' Church
Curtis W. Reese, of Chicago, the
leader in National Federation of Re-:
ligious Liberals and secretary of the
Western Unitarian conference will de-
liver the morning sermon and also ad-
-dress the student's union at 6:30
o'clock.
Zion Lutheran Church
The Bible study hour will be fol-
lowed bythe morning sermon at 10:30
o'clock on the topic "Personal Purity."
Albert Boehringer will be the chief
speaker at the student meeting on I
"Crimes of the Tongue". The subject
of the evening sermon will be "Good
or Evil". Special Lenten services
will be held Good Friday afternoon at
1:30 o'clock, and evening at 7:30
o'clock. Holy Communion will be
held Friday evening as well.
Church of Christ-Disciples
The pastor will speak this morning
on "How Strong was Samson?" The
noon student class is taught by Pro-
fessor A. L.Trout. The young peo-
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Trinity English Lutheran Church held at 6 o'clock. Mr. Lionel Crocker,
Confirmation service will be held instructor in public speaking, will ad-
at 10:30 o'clock. The serwon will be dress the young people at the Chris-
on the topic "Continuing Steadfast". tian Endeavor meeting. The congre-
gation will join the University serv-
nice in Hill auditorium at 730 o'clock
t flowship hour and forum isbbi Louis . Mann
"Crimes of the Tongue." The leader weeRbiLusL anwl
for the 'meeting is Albert BoeL ringer. speak.
'26. "Honoring Our King" will be the'
title of the evening sermon. Holy °17
Week services will be held Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday Tat'h the avere of or men eoi -
nights at 7:30. 4tei
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A Kussian baritone who has excited a great
deal of favorable comment in Detroit is the feature of the program. Mr. Kozakevich will be
remembered as the prince with the charrngp VOICe in the "International Night" entertainment
which was recently presented by the Cosmopolitan Club.

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With his "Six of Diamonds" will play several popular dance numbers, including
utnusuaI ana ingement-s they have developed for 'puiblic presentation.

Junior iris' Play
The song, "Love Only Thinks of Today," will be presented with the six leads from the
production: Dorothy Waldo, Mary Van Buren, Dorothy Ogborn, Margaret Wilkins, Mary
Lou Miller, and Edythe Rhinevault. The "Little Co-ed Dancer," from the first act, will be
presented by Dorothy Krause and Charlotte O'Brien. From the second act, the Spanish
tango dance, which drew numerous encores in the original run, will be performed by
Willa Belle Harper and Charlotte O'Brien.

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the program, George Westcott, '
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Our parcel post will take care
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NIONDAIY

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Animals
Dukes, Natural

AT EIGHT O'CLOCK IN
HILL A UDITORIUM
Tickets on sale on the Campus Monday and at the Book Stores
ADMISSION 50 AND 75c

MacOaerm Id
Next to Arcade Theatre

This Space
Moe Sport Shop
Arbor Fountain and Betsy
Wahr University Book Stor
Cr aham Book Stores
Art Marquardt

Contributed by
Mrs. H. B. Merrick
Ross Shop Dey Studio>
e Carl Bay
Spedding's Studio
Jacobson

Benefit Student Friendship Fund

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We hope you
have a pleasant
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