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TV] RDAYk SPTEMBIIlU 30,-19Wi
Ft T C VOATIN
D. a lMaqiCranbrook
mister, Speaks Bfr
First Year Group.
COMMENDS ICONOCLASM
iCarpus, Religious Organizations
Unite to Sponsor Series
of Sunday Talks.
Stating that in his opinion the
orthodox church was one of the
two chief obstacles to a true under-
standing of religion, Dr. Samuel
Marqulis of Christ church, Cran-
brook, stressed the value of criticiz-
ing and questioning the old estab-
lished institutions in an address
before the first year men Sunday
night in Hill auditorium. ThisC-
freshman convocation represented
the first effort on the part of all
the churches of Ann Arbor to unite
with the Student Christian associa-
tion and the Student council. in
sponsoring a Univesity convoca-
tion.
Traccs Progress.
Taking his text from the story of
Abraham lading his people out of
the city of Ur 4,000 years ago, Dr.,
Marquis siowed that the progress
of the world could be traced to men
who as dreamers and pioneers were
dissatisfied with the present order
and, struggled to institute ome-
thing better in its place,,.
Applying his text to life at Mich-
igan today, Dr. Marquis urged stud-
ents who were dissatisfied with
conditions at the University to stay1
within the University and try to
alter, existing conditions. As an
exaggerated..exarnpe ,of .what,he
meant by this he said that every
timle a president of the United
States was elected for whom he had
,not voted, he did not move out of
the country.
Sees Era of Opportunity.
There are more questions being
asked today and conditions as a
'whole are more settled than ever
before, according to Dr. Marquis.
He said that this restless condition
marked the beginning of a new
order of things and a time when'
life was adventurous and the op-
portunities for achievement were
unusually ripe.
He said that after death there
would be no heaven for him unless
he could have his usual mrning
and evening newspaper to see how
affairs on the world were pro-
gressing.
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS-En-
rolments in the R. 0. T. C. here
have passed 300 for this semester,
a considerable increase over former1
registrations.
DICTIONARY OF CHEMICAL
EQUATIONS
Contains twelve t~ousandl conPetel and
lialanceci chemiical etuations, classified an1
arranged for ;eay reference. It is no more .
dificuIle t to find a desird equation in tis
hook than it is to find a word in the Standard
[Dictionary.
GEORGE WAHR-Bookstore
o5 North Main Ste e .

T1HE MICHI.AN',

DAILY

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(Continued from P'age g.) cil will meet in the Student Offices
Thursday, October 2, 'at prin,~ at 7:15 o'clock tonight.
the Michigan League. 1. ;cliganensian Business Staff-
There ,, will be a meeting of the bus-
Michigan Uiincm:m mes staff of the Michiganensiarn
anid Tryouts ill e i h Stu- today at 4:15 in the Press Building.
dent offices at 4:1i0 oFiktc~y ll ,tryouts should be present.
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