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SUNDA OSERICES IN
ANNlARBORHURC
Methodist Episcopal Church
Morning service at 10:30 with ser-
mon by Dr. Charles B. Alen, super-
intendent of the Detroit district. Bible
classes at noon for students. Social
half-hour at 6 o'clock followed by
jWesleyan Guildmeeting and lecture at
7:30 on "Acres of Diamond;" by Rus-
sell H. Conwell, of Philadelphia.
St. Andrew's Church
Holy Communion at 7:30. Morning
service with sermon by the Rev. Dr.
Tatlock . at 10:30. Afternoon service
with short address by Rev. Mr. Har-
ris at 4:30.
Unitarian Church
Sermon at 10:30 o'clock by the Rev.
Robert S. Loring on "Was Jesus a
Christian?" Meeting of Students' so-
ciety at 6:30 with lecture on "Japan's
Place in the World," by Mr Sotokichi
Katsuizumi.
Zion Lutheran Church
"Longing for Immortality," subject
of sermon at 10:30 by the Rev. E. C.
Stellhorn. Address at the evening ser-
vices on "Enjoying Church Work,".by
Dr. L. H. Schuh. Afternoon and
evening services under the auspices of
the Luther League of central Mich.
igan.
Presbyterian Church
Sermon by the Rev. Leonard A. Bar-
rett at the morning services on "Thirty
Pieces of Silver." Bible services at
noon. Young People's social half-hour
at 6 o'clock followed by evening ser-
vices.
Congregational Church
Morning worship at 10:30 with ser-
mon by the Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas on
"The Building of a Soul." Students'
classes at noon with address by Miss
Gertrude Hill, secretary of the Congre-
gational women's training school at
Chicago. Round Table at 6:45 with
discussion on "Moral Cowardice."
St. Thomas' Catholic Church
Masses at 6, 7:30, 8:30, and 10:30
o'clock with sermon at 10:30 on the
"Parable of the 'Wheat and Cockle."
Vespers at 7:30 o'clock.
First Church of Christ (Scientist)
Morning service at 10:30 with the
subject "Adam and Fallen Man." Tes-
timonial service at 7:30 o'clock Wed-
nesday evening.
Second Baptfst Church
'Morning service at 10:30 with ser-
mon by the Rev. John B. Pharr on
"Doers of the Truth." B. Y. P. U.
meeting at 6:30 and evening service
at 7:30 with sermon on the "Parable
of the Mustad Seed."
Bethlehem Evangelical Church
Sermon at 10:45 by the Rev. G. A.

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demands which would help us to
inue in business."
ore studbnts have declared that
* will fight the Increase. In fares
,use it is a rank discrimination
r believe. The increase of daily
z noes not seem to rankle them
nuch as does the fact that they
the victims of every party night.
Rank discrimination I call it," said
fraternity president.. "I believe
the scheme of the taxi men will
t with the strongest kind of oppo-
in-the student will walk."
'ossibly the controversy will last
months," said one city official
in asked 'what he thought the gen-
attitude of the council was. "I
id not be at all surprised if a sys-
of fares by the meter system will

"Get-Rich-Quick.Wallingford Scheme"
A member of the ordinance commit-
tee when approached yesterday as-
serted that he believed, the taxi com-
panies proposed increase on the cost
of hauling trunks was a good Get-
Ric-Quick-Wallingford scheme.
"According to the way I look at it,"
he said, "All the trunks would be held
until the hours when the increased
price of 50 cents applied for trucking,
and then the fun of raking in the dol-
lars would begin."
Alpha Na Holds Tryouts For Debate
Alpha Nu held tryouts for the mid-
western debate Thursday night. The
following men were chosen to repre-
sent the society: Samuel M. Epstein,
'19, Earl W. Dunn, '20, Carl G. Brandt,
'20, Joseph D. Menchofer, '18, Earle
T. Gasar, '18, William J. Kennick, '19,
was chosen alternate. The judges were
Mr. Immel, Mr. Skinner, Mr. Carson,
Mr. Leffler, and Mr. Russell.

Neuman on "Perfecting a Good Work."
Part one of an illustrated lecture on
"Luther and the Reformation," at 7.
o'clock.
Broadway M. E. Church
Class meeting at 9:30 o'clock.
Christian Endeavor meeting at 5:30
with discussion on"Our Denomination-
al Foreign Mission Boards-Their His-
tory and Achievements." Evening ser-
vice at 7 o'clock.
Trinity English Lutheran Church
Morning service at 10:30 conducted
by the Rev. S. A. John. Sunday school
at 11:45. No evening service.
First Baptist Church
Morning worship at 10:45 with ad-
dess by the Rev. J. M. Wells on "Camp
Custer, a Prophecy of the Future."
Bible classes at noon at the Baptist
Guild house.
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran
Church
Reformation festival with sermon in
German at 10:15 on "The Blessings of
the Reformation as We Enjoy Them
Today." Evening services in Eng-
lish at 7:30 o'clock. Both sermons by
the Reverend H. A. Brauer.
German M. E. Church
Morning worship at 10:30 wth ser-
mon by the Rev. H. Bau. Evening
services in English at 7 o'clock con-
ducted by the Epworth league.
Bethel A. M. E. Church
"The Salt of the Earth," subject of
sermon at 10:30 by the Rev. Jaes A.
Charleston. Class meeting at 11:15.
Evening worship at 7:30 with subject,
"Pulling Together."
Bible Chair House
"The First. Man," subject for aft'er-
noon discussion at 4 o'clock. Meeting
led by Dr. T. M. Iden.
Baptist Guild House
Bible class at 9:30 led by Prof. Le-
roy Waterman, subject "The Making
of the New Testament." Guild class at
12:10 led by the Rev. J. M. Wells, with
subject for November, "Social Teach-
ings of the Prophets and Jesus."
VARSITY WALKS OVER BIG
RED TEAM FROM THE EAST
(Continued from Page Three)
Nethercott made one yard on a run
from punt formation. Minier added
another two yards, fourth down, six
yards to go. Hoffman dropped back to
15-yard line and tried a field goal, but
failed to place the ball between the
goal posts.
Michigan received the ball on her
own 15-yard line. On the first play
Weston made six yards around leftl
end. Hanish fumbled the ball which
rolled to the 20-yard line and Minier
recovered for the Cornellians. Cor-
nell's ball on Michigan's 30-yard line.
Schiegelberg replaces Eisenbrandt.
Nethercott lost one yard on a punt
formation run. Boyd grabbed a for-
ward pass and was hurt in being
downed.
Boyd remained in the game and
Michigan started the ball on Michi-
gan's 17-yard line. Wieman dropped
back and kicked out of bounds in
mid-field. Genebach replaced Hanish
at right half for Michigan. Hoffman
failed to gain for the Ithacans.
' Cross gain three yards on a fake
forward pass. Lambert grabbed a for-
ward pass on Michigan's 30-yard line,
and ran five yards before he was
stopped. Wieman made two yards
through center. End of third quarter.

Score: Michigan, 35; Cornell, 0.
Fourth Quarter
Michigan started the fourth quarter
on her own 97-yard line. Carry re-
placed Minier for Cornell. On the
next play, Michigan was penalized 15
yards, bringing the ball back to the
25-yard line. Weston kicked a hole
through right tackle and raced for
ten yards before he was stopped. Wie-
man dropped back and kicked out of
bounds on Michigan's 49-yard line. {
Nethercott made four yards on a
punt formation run. Cornell failed
to gain. Carry added three yards off.
of left tackle. Cartwright replaced
Boyd for the Wolverines. Nethercott,
on the next play, kicked the ball over
Michigan's goal line. Play was re-
sumed with the pigskin in possession
of the Wolverines on their own 20-
yarn line.
Genebach made two yards through
left tackle. Weston added four yards

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on a right tackle run. Wieman drop- 1
ped back and kicked the leather to!
Hoffman on the Ithacans' 27-yard line,
who brought the ball back five yards. ,
Froemke Returns

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Carry made two yards on a fake
play. Cross failed to gain. Cross
failed to gain. Cross again failed to
gain. At this juncture Petrie replaces
Colvin. Hoffman kicked to Froemke,
who wiggled his way around the Cor-.
nell gridders and returned the ball 20
yards, placing the leather in mid-
field.
Wieman was hurt in the mix-up ane
Cohn was sent in to replace the Wol-
verine fullback who was taken out of
the game for the first time this year.
On the next play Cohn made two
yards through center. Schmitt replac-
es Harriman for Cornell. Froemke
was thrown for a three-yard loss.
Weston raced around left end for 48
yards. Michigan's ball on Cornell's
20-yard le.
Morrison replaces Weske. Cohn
made five yards through center.
Froemke squirmed his way through
left tackle and was stopped Cornell's
nine-yard line. Cohn carried the
whole Cornel line with him for a gain
of five yards. -Weston brought the
ball to Cornell's one-yard line. Cohn
carried the ball for another touch-.
down. Cohn kicked goal.
Cornell tried another fake punt.
Hoffman punted 50 yards to Weston
who returned the ball to Michigan's
40-yard line. Froemke failed to gain
Weston tore off 20 yards around right
end, placing the ball on Cornell's 44-
yard line.
Weston broke through center for
another 35-yard run placed the ball on
Cornell's 10-yard line.
Score: Michigan, 42; Cornell, O.
END OF GAME.

/ TODAY
12 o'clock-Miss- Gertrude Hil
dresses women at the Congregat
church.
2:,30 o'clock-Polonia Literary
cle meets at Lane hall.
4 o'clock-Bible class meetiu
444 South State street.
7:30 o'clock-Dr. Russell H.
well lectures at the Methodist ch
TOMORROW
3 o'clock-Lee Smits speaks a
West hall on "The Michigan D
U-NOTICES
Michigan Union house comp
will meet at 3 o'clock this aftern
The Jewish students assoclatio:
the Menorah society will not me
night.
There will be a meeting of the
tucky club at 7 o'clock Tuesday
at the Union. All Kentucky mei
urged to be present.

Watson Speaks To Forestry C
Mr. Russell Watson of the for
department gave a very' intere
talk upon "Forest Service Work,
fore 30 members of the' Forestry
yesterday.
Mr. Watson told of some of hi
periences while in the United E
forestry service in Alaska and a
the Pacific coast. He discussed
ticularly forestry methods and
ce'ses.
Recreation makes for Effici
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