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TUESDAY, NO VEMBER 9, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

RAGE TUIU1I'~

CHURCH SHOULDNOT
BE SO EASY-PHELPS
States Thiat Self Pita' N The M~ost
Insidiouu' lFormiof Self
TALKS AT CONVOCATION
Contending that it is a 'mistake to
make the church too attractive, Prof.
William Lyon Phelps. of Yale univer-
sity, declared that Christians should
not attempt to convert others by talk-
ing to them, in his address Sunday at
the final student convocation of the
fall series 'before the largest congre-
gation in Hill auditorium this year.
"We should not make the church so
easy," said the speaker, "and we
shouldn't talk so much about religion
if we've found contentment in it.
Promises are made in political cam-
paigns; prate leaders were obliged to
promise much booty to their men be-
fore an attack; and even military
leaders have done that. But the
psychology of Jesus was just the op-
posite to this, and far greater.
"Jesus said, 'if you follow me, you
will be dishonored, ridiculed.' He
promised nothing except courage,
hope, and qualities of character. And
they followed Him."
In concluding,, Professor Phelps re-,
marked that "the only person who can
help you is yourself. Your honor is
not like a handbag which can be
:stolen from you, remember. And,
lastly, self pity is the most insidiousj
form of self poisoning. It is fatal ."
In opening his address, Professor
Phelps stated that he would tempor-
arily consider himself a member of the
University faculty inasmuch as Mich-
igan has contributed more professors
and scholars to the faculties of other
universities than any other institution
in the country.
READ THE WANT ADS

Excavation, Construction On New Stadium Is Progressing

INCREASE AUTO
WORTH $2O,9OC
IWith the addition of the niew Olds,-
mnobile chassis which was recenly
lpi'CstiftedI to the Unriversity, thl( at;to-,
mobile exhibit in the main cozrhlo;
of the Engineering builing has reac!--
-d a valise of piiore than *20),000, -
cordinig to Prof. William E. Lay. head
of' the automotive lahoratnry. 'Ph'
ot1her two cha.5 is, a Cadillaf, itli:hiid
aBuick six, were presented to the
University last spiring.
Althoughi all of t he chap;si5 on0e1
hibit are stock models, I hei c al
are greatly increased due to flei r
cut-a-way and nickle plated f atn es
IAll of [lie chassis are opfel
eqluipp~ed, including balloon tiires, tire
holders, and batteries. The Olds-s
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Half Of Bond Issue 1
For New Bowl Sold0 ,
Says Fielding Yost
It was announced yesterday that!
more than half of the Stadium bonds,
of the denomination of $500, have al-
ready been sold. Fielding H. Yost,
director of intercollegiate athletics,
further stated that the entire issue
authorized by the Board in Control
of Athletics can be sold before the
close of the 1926 football season in
view of the present demand.
Purchasers of the bonds, according
to their letters, are afraid that the
new stadium will be completely sold
out at each of the big home games.
This promise is well founded, accord-
ing to Coach Yost, who said that it
could have been sold out for each of

the big games this season.
Excavation for and construction of
the new stadium is going steadily for-
ward, according to CMch Yost. Giant
excavators are digging into the side
of the hill where the bowl will be- lo-
cated. At the same time the concrete
columns, which will support the sta-
dium, are being erected.

BRADFORD, Pa.-William Wallace
Brown, 90 years old, former Pennsyl-
vania congressman and assistant
United States attorney-general, is
dead. -__________
ITHACA, N. Y ~-Count Bourbon de!
Witte of Russia and Switzerland is
visiting Cornell university for the pur-
pose of studying college life.I
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