1 1 1 Ar- wVV Lr ~V Ar.. AX1. IN d-.
tions are being
versity School of
Maynard street in
rge increase in at-
tendance this fall. The building is
being ,.extended at the rear 30 feet,
while a floor of studios is being pro-I
vided above the auditorium. In this
way about 20 additional teaching and
practice studios will be- provided.
The attendance last year was more
than '650 students, reresenting nearly
40 states and countries, an increase
of nearly 30 j er cent over the high-
est previous attendance. "From the
number of inquiries and advance reg-
is'trations which are being made," said
Mr. Sink, secretary of the School of
Music, "the attendance for next year
will probably be in the neighborhood
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Dr. Douglas said, "We attempt to deal
with social unrest by deporting rad-
ical leaders to other countries where
their influence is just as bad. UsC
of habit forming drugs in'this coun-
try has been reduced to. a negligable
quantity, yet a large part of the drugs
used in China are shipped in by
post from Amercia. Motion pictureP
which cannot pass even -the leuient
censorship boards here are shipped
to any- country where prohibitary
laws have not been passed. We are
not the mofal exemplars of the world,
in spite of the fact that our history
is viewed by most of our citizens as
a wonderful story of providential
guidance, and the belief tlat America
has been vouchsafed a strange lead-
ership among nations."
NATIONAL SPIRIT DOMINANT,
STATES PROFESSOR WENLEY
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something ra'ther than to be some-
thing, the fatuous proclamations of
the, self-styled Liberalists. nincomn-
poopish "Internationalists," a n d
"know-it-alls," pronounced Professor
In conclusion he said tlat nation-
alism is the gift of the -fathers;i the
knowledge that they achieved some-
thing without which the civilizationj
of the world would have been retard-
ed, the knowledge that -those fathert
have left uss inspiration and ideals
worthy of emulation, and the feeling
of their presence as we stand in re-
. ALLER & FULLER
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will stand in reference to the other
Conference schools 'is a difficult ques-
tion, which has been puzzling malny.
On paper the material looks good,
but the same thinig was true last year
and the final results were disastrous.
Mowever, other schools jindoubtedly
rave just as good material out, per-
haps even hetter, and Michigan will
-have a hard time to break even in its
One great help will be the large
and able coaching staff, which will
develolp the 14>20 men. At the head of,
the rest and the outstanding genius, is
Coach Yost, who has turned out many.
strong teams while here. His trouble
last year was insufficient and incap-
able assistants and lack of material.
With this eliminated, he should show
most of his stuff this yeir.
,Seve 0 Help Yost
Assisting Coach F'lelding Yost will
be seven other mentors, all' experi-
enced in their work. Douglas, of the
University of Detrcoit last year, will be
first assistant to Hurry-Up, and he
will mould the backfield men into
rilaps. Bob Wat on is to have charge
of the line, and Sterznegger will direct
lthe work of the candidates for end.
Training ,of the men will fall to
Archie Hahn, recently track coach and
trainer and assistant football coach at
Brovn. Tie will also act as an assist-
56 FOOTBALL MEN
COME BACK EARLY
ant to Yost. Coach Mather will in-
struct the yearling aggregation and
during the early period will work with
Yost in developing the Varsity.
The. latest addition to the football
staff is Maddock, '03, who has volun-
teered to come from Utaj to assist,
without pay, the other mentors, and
he will help Watson out with his line-.
men. Whoever is selected as the base-
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REV. CHARLES T. WEBB,
7:35 a.m.-Holy Communion.
COR. SOUT STATE AND
EAST WASHINGTON STS.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER,
10:30 A. iVl-Morning Service.
Dr. Ida Kahn, of China, will
12:00 M.-Bible School. Student
6:30 P. M.-Young People's De-
r Station, over RaTheatre
9:30 a.m.-Church School.
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Oii fine h uI rsn Ili ri.
ily spent if you
a Kodak With You
10:30 a.m.-Morning Prayer and
Sermon by Rev. Webb..
Cornet Huron and Division.
7:30 P. M.-Union
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Service on the I
There is a Kodak that is just suited to your
needs. It is our business to help you find it.
We have the equipment and the supplies and
# we "do the rest."
Come and see us.
L +ONARD A. BARRETT
Cor. State and Huron Sts.
Rei. Sidney S. Robins, Pastor
DID- YOU N'OTICEy
r Regarding that fine dislay of
Fall and Winxter Woolens
Rev.. H. R. Chapman, Director of
Baptist Student Work in Ann'
Arbor, speaks at,10:30.
Rev. T. M. Iden will addre's the
Bible Class at the close of the
C. E. at*6:30 in the ChurchPar-
Morning Service, 10:30
Subject of service will
"Religion in Philanthrophy."
Strangers are always
They are still here
Awaiting your inspection
And we are still here
Ready to serve your wants
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street, below State
JOHN MASON WELLS, MINISTER
R. MAIN AND WILLIAMS
604 East Liberty Street
Sunday Shows at: 1:30- 3:0- 4: 30- 7:00O & 8:30
10:30 A. M.
Public Worship with Sermon by J. M. Wells.
"THE MESSAGE OF DANIEL."
Some questions that will be answered:
Does Daniel give "The Divine Plan of the Ages "
What are the Four World Kingdoms given in the Image?
What do the Four Beasts represent?
When did Daniel think the Seventy W'peks would end?
What is the Goal of Human History
What is the great message of the Book of Daniel?
12:00 M.-Guild Class for Summer Students, conducted by Dr. Howa'rd
/ - - a
Daily Shows at: 2:00- 3:30- 7:00- & 8:30
I.. ,, -I
TODAY--- LAST SHOWINCS OF
"NOTHING , BUT LIES"
Questions and Free Exchange of Opinion.
CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "THE IMMIGRANT"'
TOMRROW and MO AY &LHOLE
"A D]ARK N ER"
BEYOND THE CURRICULUM
To-morrow morning, at ten-thirty, in th
- Congregational Church, Mr. Douglas wi
deliver the fifth address of his serie
"Beyoid the Curriculum.
The topiwill be, "What Child Shou'
be Taught Aboit -Religion and Re
4These- addresses are intended for person
who are professionally or otherwise iiter
ested in the mental and moral develop
ment of children.
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woman lighted tile fires within- The cynical man feared
to trust her because another man who loved her was un-
worthy. Christie Comedy- "SHOULD A WIFE COME BACK?"_- Weekly
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