SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1928
TWO ALUMNI OR
PLAN JOINT REU~
''THE MICHIGAN DAILY ____________________________
BYRD'S AN TARC TIC TRIP WILL BE
VERY ELABORATE VENTURE-GOUOLD
Closing Out Sale'
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'Seventeen of the fif;y iing imem-
bers of the dental and medical class-
es o$1 76, '77, and '78 who are holding
a joint reunion this year have al-
ready definitely announced their in-
tention, of attending the reunion, June
16 and 17. Most of the graduates of
these classes are already over sev-
enty-live years of age and many of
them are Civil War veterans.
The class of '76D, the first dental
class graduated from the University
of Michigan, is to be represented by
two of its five living members, Dr. J.
E. Post of Courtland, New York, and
Dr. Walter H. Jockson of Ann Ar-
bor. Nine stu~dents were originally
graduated in the class of '761) and
with only five living at the present
time the attendance of two at the
reunion is considered remarkable. Dr.
Jackson served in the Civil Wa~r as
chief trumpeter for the Nineteenth
New York Cavalry and is now prac-
ticing dentistry in Ann Arbor.
The second dental class of the Ulni-
versity, the class. of '77D, will have
three members present out. of a liv-'
ing membership of five. At graduation
time, this class had ten members, one4
more than the class of the year be-I
"Our trip this fall to Antartica will
be the most dangerous, ambitious, and
elaborate air flight that has ever been
attempted, and that includes Atlan-
tic flights," stated Professor Lau-
rence M. Gould of the Geology depart-
ment, who will serve as official geo-
logist and geographer on Commander
Byrd's expedition to the South Pole.
"The terrific gales that blow con-
tinually on the southern ice cap to-
gether with all the tremendous diffi-
culties, to be encountered in such cli-
mate will surely make the expedition
a precarious one," he said.
But, in the opinion of the geologist,
the trip will undoubtedly be a suc-
cess for every care is being taken to
Speaking of Commander Byrd, Pro-
fessor Could said, "Byrd is a very in-
spiring leader. He is daring, yet he
always prepares completely to meet
any possible event that is likely to oc-
cur. And he is very well informed on
subjects of current interest, which
makes him such a. charming' and in-
terestin g person~ality."
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R. 0. CRAWFORD
9304 or 5304 Evenings
SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICE
Corner State and 'Washington Sts.
Arthur 11' Stalker, D.D., 1!inister
Pairley C. Binghiai, A ssoemt
Minister and Student Direv. r
10: 30-"Th c Final Appeal."
12: 00-R1alph Johnson will lead thel
Student Bible Class.
t: 00-Wesleyan Guild Devotio'nal}I
7:30-"The Day o Power."
STHlE UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets,
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
May 27, 1928
10:45 A. M.-Morning service, "The
Moral Use of Minorities."
4 :30-Out (lors picnic.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
PYv.R Edward Sayics, Minister.
h1oward IL Chapman,
t M1'inister for Sltudents.
i0~-Mr. Sayles will speak oii
"Bll lhasar ilutluiier - A Tro-~
pihet of 'Free Spiritual Religion.":
("One of the purest. spirits of the
12 :00--Church Bible School.
1:::00t-Student groupl at Guild
4:45-Students meet at Guild
Hustane to hike to Beefsteak Hill,
fo nnual Senior meeting. Floyd
S ay rin charge.
Huron aind Div'ision
Merle 1H. Anderson, Minister
D)ale 11. Moore, Associate ?Minister~
Mrs. N~ellie B. Gad wtell
Secretary for Wom~en.
0 : 30-Church ScaboA.
10 :45-Morniig worship. Sermon
on "Te Mantle of Elijah." An-
nual Memorial Service= for then
C. A. R. and allied patriotic or-
5:30-Social hour and supper.
6: 30--Young People's Society.
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave., between Packard
G~. A. Neumann, Mirister
9:00 A. M.-Sunday School.
10:00 A. M.-Regular morning
11:0(0 A. M.-Cernman service and
CHURCH OF TRUTH
318 E. Jeffersoni St.
Sunda~y .servces, 7:30 P. M.
Lec:ture, "The Light of Truth,"
followed b~y messages.1
Friday, 3 P. M.-Regular mesa-
sage meeting. Lecture by Col.
G. 13. Moore, vice president of Illi-
uns State Spiritualist Association,
followed b~y messages and healing
demonstiration by Col. Moore.
1SjiI1~lLI, Tune 3 at S P?. M. will
boMemorial Da y for our iarisen
This will be the ;last Sunday serv-I
ie e ni Ii. You ar'e welcome..
#. V. lBrue('k, Pastor
WUVhen Placing a Station-to-Station Call
to the Following Points:
(.Except when making a reverse charge call,
at which time you should Dial 110)
tilt F. University Phial 3779
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth A-ic.
In Making Calls to Other Out-of-Town Points, and on
All Person-to-Person Calls
Sunday, May 27
A Station-to-Station call is one in which you will talk to
anyone who answers the called telephone
FIRST CHURCH OF
40)9 South Division Street
10:30 a. m.-Regular Morning
Service. Subject, "Ancient and
MoIdei'n )ecronuancy, alias Mes-
juerisni wad Hypnotism, Idea
11l:45 a. m.-Sunday School follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45 p. m.-Wednesday evening
4The Reading Room, 10 and 11
St ate Saving Bank Building is open
dlaily from 12 to 5 o'clock, except
Sundays and legal Holidays.
Upen House from
4 4 030 .M
10:30-MCorning Service and Ser-
E5:30-Student Forum and Supper
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