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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVI ',1113}?R 21, 921;

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THE MCHIGN DALY SNDAY.NOV MIWR21,AR_-f

ao~rn# Eastern Moinaco to Western Civiliza
11X11 l P ILO PER tion" will 1be the theme of his lectur
at 4:15 o'clock tomUorrow ini Room
of the Law building. This lecturei
'W],L GVI A rU11SS1 ! ibeing given as one of the series c
lec tures on the Seminar of "'The Morn
brought Isere by School of RIeligioni; Cornehius -will 1)e given at 8 o'clocYoSek'ohy adooro I
To Speak Tody UJ141,Ttomorrow m O in Lane Hall auditorir
On Ilnjortant P'roblelfts. andl will concern the question of "Th
- i Rev olt of Oriental Youth vs. Christ
WAS 1' i LUC"*KN OW PROFESSOR I anity."both of the lectures tomol
yLow -wil be open to the public..
_ - I Professor Cornelius is a gradual:
John Jesudason Cornelius, formerly I of an Indian preparatory school late
professor of philosophy at Luckinow tak-ing work at Ohio Wesleyan Unive:
university, Lucknow, India, will be sity, Boston University, Harvard ani
the speaker on three occasions today Columbia. For many years he was
and tomorrow, giving addresses on professor o1: philosophy at Luckno,
the problems of the East and the West,-1Univer sity where he gained the kno's
according to officials of the Student ledge from which his lectures ar
Christian association and School al given.
Religion who are bringing himiir ere. -- -
His first talkC will be before thc MA~NAGUA.-Adolfo Diaz, the ne
miembers of the Cosmopolitan club at presi dent, has requested American i
their dinner at 6 o'clock tonight at; tervention to put his country onh
Lane Hall. On this occasion lie willj peace -basis.
discuss the subject of "Gliandi, thel
Condemned Messiah of India." "The, Subs~cribe for tie Michigan Daily.

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c ABOUT DISSENSION
°£ Dissension between Fundamentalists1 AT THE BONSTELLE Nothin' to Say -
and Modernists in the recent interna--
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Christ Disciples will be the topic of- PEOPLE_
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e morning at the Church of Christ Dis-_ LAUGH
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