THE MIC1HIGAN DAILY
9:45 a.m., a class on the Bible for subiect of Dr Parr's sermon will be Williams Guild, student organization, church, Hill and Tappan Streets, church se
F ICIAL BULLETINstudents will be led by Dr. W P. "Putting a pedometer on Your Rel- will have as speaker for the evening where transportation will be provid- each Sun
DAILYLemon. gion." The scloist this week will be program Prof. Carl Dahlstrom, of ed to Fritz Park west of the city. The
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the 10:45 a.m., "The Virtuous Circle" is Mrs. Hardin Van Deursen, who will the English Department of the Col- program will include a picnic, supper, terested a
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President he subject of Dr. Lemon's sermon g "Come Now, Let Us Reason To- lege of Engineering, whose subject progamellinlug an supper. terd t
until 3.30 11:00 aam. on Saturday. tesbesifD.Lmo' em nggrougaesnigndatlghtnd hs
at the Morning Worship Service. The gether." by Stebbins. Miss Mary will be "The Magnetism of Jesus." vesper service.nif the weatheriisun.hthe e.e
studnt hoi diectd b PamerPorter, organist, will play "Vision" A happy social hour follows when vsrabservice.prfgthe wi eathe sdn ath R ev.s
(Continued from Page 4 George ox. bar>_one. The music is Ctin cir diected by Palmer and "Scherzo-Finale" by Rheinber- refreshments are served. the church.
-. -. - d C~~~~~~sdnthristian will take part in the service.!gr n h hrscorudrteHle
:30 p.im. in the League. Very Im- ndor th. direction of Achilles Talia- The musical numbers will include: diecnd of r DonChowilndg ihtoHillel
>ortant! a rro. choral diretor and organist Organ Prelude, "A Mighty Fortress irection ofM Dnn Chown ill sing Unitarian Church, Sunday mornig, Trinity Lutheran Church: The topic Sunday, O
Stalker Hall. Student class at 9:45 is Our God" by Hanff; Anthem, 11 a.m. Mr. Marley will speak on of Rev. H.' Yoder's sermon will be ing.
"Lord, Thou hat been our dwelling-Johann Sebastian Bac"Two Men of Mexico." "The Spiritual Society." Services are 3:30 H
Frst Methodist Chur':i. Morning a.m. Prof. W. Carl Rufus will con- "LrdCTouhat3e0:or weHig
forship at 10:40' o'clock. Dr. C. W. tinue the discussion of "Religions of place" by Rogers; Organ Fostlude, 6 p. n., Student Fellow nip S :pper' 7:30 p.m. Liberal Students' Union. at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. side Mann
Irashares will preach on -"Kingdom Mankind" with a consideration of "Fugue in E flat" by Bach. After supper, Dr.aulx M. Cubnnon iFirst of Youth Adventure Series, Rev. E. C. Stellhorn conducts Eng- by Sam G
f Earth." The choir is singing the "ShrineS." 5:30 p.m., The We tminster Guild tawil lpeakon the issues of the na- Youth Adventures in Politics: Mar lish services at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at I
6rtet "God Be In My Head""byWesleyan Guild meeting at 6 pm. supper and fellowship hour will be e a tin Dworkis, World Youth Congress Zion Lutheran Church. German serv a
Valford Davies, a choral arrangement Mr. Kenneth Morgan will speak on followed by the meeting at 6:30 p.m. ~i^- -at Vassar. Charles Buck, L.I.D. in ices are at 9:30 a.m. at Zion church:1$8 p.m.,
f the Crusader's hymn by Christian- "The Power of Persuasion " Fellow- Dr. Lemon will speak on the topic First Baptist Church and Roger New York City. ,discusses
n (Beautiful Savior), and the Luth- ship Hour and supper will follow thei "The A B C of Christianity." All Williams Guild. Sunday, 9:45 a.m. - Reformed and Christian Reformed Kenneth1
n "The Lord Bless You and Keep Imeetino. r Presbyterian students and their Univer.sity Students Class at Guild Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
'on." Incidental solos in the Cru-jfriends are invited. House. A series of discussions on Day' Saints. Sunday school and dis-
ader's hymn will be sung by Miss First Presbyterian Church, 1432! 8 p.m., The Sunday Night Club "How the Biblical Writings Originat- cussion group. Sunday, 9 a.m. Chapel
can Westerman, contralto\ and Mr. Washtenaw Ave... . for graduate students will review the e n aeit h rsn om"li h oe' egeHue
n play "Our Town" by Thornton Wild- The class is led by Dr. Howard Chap- L u s
eri a man, University pastor. I Disciples Guild (Church of Christ).NhQ
(ryr u" - " " ,y r .y i10:45 a.m. Morning worship at the' 10:45 a.m., Morning worship, Rev. vi
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SUNDAY, OCT. 16, i938
rvices are again being held
day at 10:30 in the Women's
hapel. All students in-
re cordially invited to at-
se services. This Sunday
A. Van Dyken of Grand
at conduct the service.
Foundation: Program for
)ct. 16: 10:30, Council meet.
illel Players present "Bed-
ier," a one act play directed
Jrant. Open to the public.
Open Forum, "A Christian
Jewish Youth Problems" by
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St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. c
Services of worship Sunday are: 8:00
a.m. Holy Communion; 9:30 a.m.
Junior. Church; 11 a.m. Kindergar-t
ten; 11 a.m Morning Prayer and Ser-
mon by the Rev. Henry Lewis.,
Episcopal Student Group: The
speaker Sunday evening at the stu-
dent meeting at Harris Hall will be
Mr. James Pott of Shanghai, China.
Mr. Pott has spent many years in
China as a teacher at St. John's
University,' Shanghai, and is working
at the University this semester. All
students and their friends are cor-
dially invited. Mr. Pott will speak at
St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Can A.'
Rev. C. Strasen of Plymouth will
take the minister's place in the pulpit
at the morning worship, beginning at
At 3 o'clock the student club will
gather at the church, prepared for a
hike into the country and a roast!
somewhere. In case of rain, supper
and 'meeting will, be held at the
church at 6 o'clock. All Lutheran
students and friends are invited.
First Congregational Church, Corn-
er of State and William.
Minister, Rev. ,eonard A. Parr,
D.D., Litt. D.
10:45 a.m. Service of worship. The
church.The Rev. Robert Allen Selby, Frederick Cowin, Minster.
Ph.D., Baptist minister at Penn State 12 noon, Students' Bible Class. H.
College, will preach. ' Topic, "Loving L. Pickerill, leader.
the Unlovely." 6 p.m. The Roger 5 p.m., The Guild will meet at the
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