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TI-IF MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 192.)

BIBLE PROFEorSSO
TALKS HERE TO1
Lecture In Xewberry lhireT1'o T
Of Series 'Under Auspices 0
School of Religion
PUBLIC IS INVIE
Henry J. Cadbury, professor
New Testament in the Harvard
-ity school, -will, deliver the firsi
series of four lectures arrang.
the Michigan School of Religi
4:15 o'clock this afternoon in
berry hall auditoriuim. The
three lectures will be given
same time tomorrow, Th ursda5
Friday.
The subject of the lectur
afternoon is "The Purpose and
of the Book of Acts" Tomorrow~
fessor Cadbury will treat."
from the Early Church", Thi'
"The Career of Paul",and in thl
lecture to be given Friday aft(
he will discuss. "The Origin, and,
of they Book of Acts"..
Professor Cadbury 'was graduq
1903. from Haverfordi college,
later did graduate work at H3
university. He, was a member
iacuky of Haverford college froi
until 1919, when he became as:
professor of Bible; literature..
two years on the lecture platfoi
was elected to the faculty o'f thf
vard Divinity ;school, in 1921, a
fessor of New Testament. 1-
written two books, "National
in. the Old Testament", and
and Literary Method of Luke".,

Made Secretary F PERSONNEL OF 1 926IGLEE C
ANNOUNCED; REUEARSAJ
I Organhizaion Will Include More TJua1n; Howard C;. Scahill
Eighty; Attendance at Practicos !Shatz, '28L, Carl1
r 1'2, J.Walter Com
Fina seecton fr te 126 Gee Joes,'27L, Earl Ki
yfr: :.:::;. ::.; trai ht, '26 'G% er~
Kur J Kemlck 16, ange, ate Manly Winslow, '2
..;:;:::::::<:"; ,?":Manl K.Hunt, '2E
investigated. The first rehearsal of Frtbse:J
of the the newly selected organization was ldi .Gdad
Divi- *".v'*.-*'held last night in the School of Music' Otto C. Koch, '27,
Di t of a i auditorium. Attendance will be tak- heder, '26, MarrinI
ed by r en at all rehearsals and penalties willrsLC
ro r~ be inflicted for unexcused absences. arogr
New- The personnel of the club is as fol- Lane, '26, WalterC
oterlows. First tenors: J. B. Watts, '27,I Norton, '28, Reed
at the r:.::r;.,:;;;";;:;":;: VC. Bumacoibe, '27, Wilmarth Paine, Alro,'6 a
yand :::;:>:::s.:;f::;;;::';:.: i2 D, Robert ;Elall, '27Ki', ,Sohn Hogle,I
28, Daniel f luff, "27, A. J. Logan, grad.,'
'e thisEr nest A. Ruetz, '28L, Jo'seph Ship-
Scope n* an, '271j. Neil Staebler, '26, Gerald
W Pro- R. Watland, '27A, Willard W. Dicker- E
Scenes son, '29M, Wilbur A. Heinz, '27, Ed- {
~eenesWhite House's new social secretary1
ursday15amn Tesae eaten a ard I. llerrold, '26, Charles S. Hig-;
, i a mn h saedprteths ley, '26, Paul K. Tuller, '29M, Wood-
ernoon assigned J. Pierpont Moff at, until he ad, A. K., grad., C. H. Atwell, '28, c
Value recently secretary of the legation in! Charles 1-1. Beardsley, '26E,~ Alfred
Tuky ote(ot Newton, '27L~, Joseph M. Rosen, '27M.S
ae ~Second tenors: Benjamui Boyce,'
andI Fr eeryartcleforsal, tereis 26, C. C. Catherman, '26, R. New-ionI
trvand Freeyatcefrslteei Dctzer, '28, Tom Montgomery, '26, W. I
of the i la buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds. G. Patton, '26, S. P. Rogers, '26M,; T h
1is nt .20 N. M&IV.
After I
rm, r SPECIAL CHINESE DISHES!
e S pro-!-Hv ridte
le has:! Hveyou, re hmyet? I
ideals s
"Style They are all prepared by a. Chinese chef.
- Drop in the next time you are in Ypsi.
COLLEGE CAFE ANNEX
14 NORTH WASH INGTON-YPSILANTI

' I Nelson Miller, '28, H. A. Wagner, '27E,'Pak
' L -B IM. A. Wenger, '28, Carl .1-1 Kuhn, '27. AYr ttendsC
LS BEGIAJ Second basses': Hugh C. Arms~trong, Law Club Dance
'26, Lester C. Curl, '28, Edwin WV. Dav-
_. grd, -net .i is, '26, Ralph B. Ehlors, '27E, john G. As honorary guests of Dean Henry
H. Shumacher, '26=, Garlinghouse, '28L, Walter C. H ove, ' M. Bates of the Law school, K. L.
'26, H . K. Cornedl1'27, Harry 0. Olsen, '26, Lawrence F., Parker, '04, founder and first presi-!
.win, grad., Orin C. Segar,, '27M, Theodore Louis Trost, (lent of the Union, and Mrs. Parker,
Craetz, '26, Sidney F. 1"26, Norton E. Holland, '26, Maurice attended the annual informal dance
ald E. Browne, '27,'1W. Judd, '27, Neil D. Reid, '26, Walde- given by members of the Lawyers'
Z7, WV. A. Greig, '26, 1Inar E. Schneider, '26E, Clyde Black- club Saturday night.
I8. r 'well, '27M, Perry M. Shumacher, '28K,
hn W. Bean, grad., 'Paul J. Ster, '28, Floyd V. Winner,
'27, Barre Hill, '26, '26, Lawrence A. Whitman, '27K, Jules
G. Bresson, '28E, Philip WV. 'Mother- All Wool Pre-Shirunk In Reauti
Arthur K Krein-j sill, '28E, Harold Chak, '28K, Arnold
S. Carr; '26E, Mor-] J. Anderson, '28, R. C. Nyquist, '27E, SUITS AND
id., 'Robert H. Chap-I Walter H. Nelson, '28P, Charles K. Se- 1 'l
.Cul~kin, '27,7 Lucien 'stok, '28A, R. E. Reynolds, '28. Harry A
C.Wke2,BL. C. Walker, '27E, John E. Galley, '26. A
C. Culp,,' '27,' Virgil- --A4

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