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USED IN SHIP Sermon at 10:3
BUILDING L. A. Barrett o
ciency, or TheI
Amsterdam, Nov. 24.-Germans are strain in Camps,"
attempting to secure entire control of success of the Y.
the Dutch mercantile marine during ening sermon at
and after the war. Holland having no ter on "Barrack
iron and steel for ship construction on a visit to Cam:
or repair is obliged to obtain these
materials from Germany, writes the First Methodis
special correspondent here of the Lon- Due to Dr. St
don Times. The conditions imposed ness, Dr. Frank
by Germany for supplying iron and been obtained to
steel place Dutch shipbuilders at the vices. Sunday s
mercy of the Germans, he asserts. half-hour at 6+
Dutch Yards Under Contract Wesleyan Guild
All the Dutch shipyards receiving clock. The Guil
German Iron and steel are under con- the evening ser
tract to the Germans to make a return planned especial
of all details connected with ship con- young people.
struction and repair and with the ul-
timate destination of the vessel, such First Uni
as the person to whom the shipbuilder "Pragmatism a
contemplates selling. These particu- of sermon at 10:
lars, which are of the most compre- Robert S. Lorin
hensive character, are exacted not on- on "The Alps" b
ly concerning sea-going vessels, but the Students' so
also in the case of the smallest boats
for inland water traffic. Any dispute oclock.
arising has to be settled by a German St. And
court at Essen.
Germans Try To Bind Shipbuilders Holy commun
In addition the Germans insist that Morning prayer
all Dutch shipbuilder and owners re- Henry Tatlock at
ceiving German iron and steel shall noon service wi
sign a contract valid for five years af- Mr. Harris at 4:
ter the war that they will not sell any giving sermon T
ship without giving Germnay the clock.
right of refusal and that during five
years after the war they will not al- First Congri
low their ships to be employed direct- Morning wors
ly or indirectly for the benefit of Ger- with sermon on
many's present enemies. Idea of God?" b
The Dutch government iron and Douglas. Vesp
steel committees have, however, ad- muniOn at 4
-vised builders and owners not to ac- address by the.
cept these last two conditions. Round Table dis
No ship is allowed to be repaired Modern Moral Cc
with German iron and steel by any
firm on the German black list, but the St. Thomas' Ro
Germans are prepared to waive this Masses at 6, 7:
prohibition on condition of a generous clock, with sern
subscription to their war loan. by the Rev. Fr.I
A further measure intended to force eral Judgment."
Dutch shipping to serve Germany clock.
alone, continues the correspondent, is
applied to ships not necessarily built First Church o
with German materials in Groningen "Soul and Bod
Provinces. These ships cannot enter at 10:30 o'clock
the sea except through the River Ems. nesday evening.
Groningen shipbuilders wishing to
send their ships to sea must first sign Chue
a contract giving Germany the right University Bib
of refusal and promising not to serve Univerit
Germany's present enemies for five:Rco. FeWmort
years after the war. Failing this, Rev. F. W. Nort
they will be seized on their journey Thanksgiving."
through the Ems seaward. and ChristianI
Dutch Marine Increases 6:30 o'clock wit
Notwithstanding all these measures, Grateful?"

yterlan Church.
0 o'clock by the Rev.
n "Fatigue and Effi-
Law of Moral Over-
in recognition of the
M. C. A. drive. Ev-
7:30 by Mr. N. C: Fet-
and Bobwire," based
p Custer.
t Episcopal Church
alker's continued ill-
Foster Fitchett has
preach at both ser-
chool at noon. Social
o'clock, followed by
meeting at 6:30 o'-
A chorus will sing at
vice which has been
ly for students and
tarian Church
and Religion" subject
30 o'clock by the Rev..
g. Ilustrated lecture
y Dr. H. J. Schmitz at
ciety meeting at 6:30
rew's Church
ion at 7:30 o'clock.
and sermon by Dr.
10:30 o'clock. After-
th short address by
:30 o'clock. Thanks-
rhursday at 10:30 o'-
rgational Church
ship at 10:30 o'clock,
"Do We Need a New
by the Rev. Lloyd C.
ers and holy com-
o'clock with an
Rev. Dwight Goddard.
cussion at 6:45 on "A
man Catholic Church
30, 8:30, and 10:30 o'-
mon at 10:30 o'clock
Rottach on "The Gen-
Vespers at 7:30 o'-
of Christ (Scientist)
dy" subject of sermon
. Testimonials Wed-
eh of Christ
le classes at 9:30 o'-
at 10:30 o'clock by the
on on "The Spirit of
Bible school at noon,
Endeavor meeting at
'h subject, "For What

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Women's Board Fails To Meet
No formal meeting of the Board of
Representatives of the Women's league
was held yesterday on account of the
failure of the majority of members to
Louise Potter, '16, announced to
those present that after midsemesters
are over the grades of students who
are failing can be secured at Dean
Effinger's office. She also explained
how the question of attendance is be-
ing handled while Dean Jordan is con-
fined to her home. Miss Potter is tak-
ing care of excuses and suggests that
a written note from the house chap-
eron would simplify the problem for
both student and authorities.
Women Pickets Appear in Court
Alexandria, Va., Nov. 24.-Twent -
four militants of the Women's party,
serving terms in the District of Col-
umbia workhouse at Occoquan, Va.,
for picketing the White House, ap-
peared before Federal Judge Waddili
here today in .habeas corpus proceed-
ings, through which they seeek their
liberty. Illegal conviction and trans-
fer from the district jail to the Occo-
quan prison, and cruel and inhuma-'
treatment by the Occoquan authoritio


Dutch mercantile talent has overcome
in some cases the Teutonic attempt to St. Paul Evangecai Lutheran Church
fetter Dutch ship owners, as appears: SroninGrmakn rThe at
from a circular by Dr. Sturm, official- Days of the World," taken from Matt.7:30
ly known as the Hague representative XXIV "G-24s nglsh Caseo at1 7:30
of the Berlin Export and Import office. on "God is Not the Cause Why Many
Certain Dutch shipbuilders signed a Ate Not Saved,' from Hosea, XIII, 9.
declaration which was not binding and
several ships therefore have gone to! .Voni Lutheran Church
England. ' As soon as Sturm learned Harvest home festival in English at
this he approached the Dutch govern- 8:3 and in German at 10:30 O'clock.
ment and under threat of reprisals he Evening services in English at 7:30
succeeded in obtaining from it a pro- o'clock by the Rev. E. C. Stellhorn.
hibition to leave for those ships whose
owners signed a non-binding declara- German X. E. Church
tion. Sermon at 10:30 o'clock by the Rev.


Camp Custer, Nov. 24.-That train:
ing he received at Ann Arbor under
Coach Yost was helping him a lot in

Paul Wuerfel. Young People's meet-
ing at 7 o'clock, led by Mr. White.
The Rev. Bau will be in Lansing.
Bethlehem German Evangelical
"Our Inheritance" subject of ser-
mon f 10:10 n'lcnk by the Rev. G A

Bethel A. M. E. Church
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock
with sermon by the Rev. James . A.
Charleston on "The Christians' Au-
thority." Class meeting at 11:45 o'-
clock, and program by the Sunday
school at 12:30 o'clock.
Trinity English Lutheran Church
Thanksgiving sermon at 10:30 o'-
clock by the Rev. S. A. John. No ev-
ening service.
Bible Chair House
Discussion at 4 o'clock, led by Dr.
T. M. Iden, with a "Review of the First
Chapters of Genesis," including the
stories of the flood and the Tower of
Babel. G
Jewish Students' Congregation
Rabbi I. E. Philo of Youngstown, 0., .o
will speak at 6:45 o'clock in Newberry U
hall on the subject "Can Religion Jus- a
tify America's Participation in the fl
World Conflict?-' d

Hearing of the case was not com-
eted today and the militants were
leased on parole. They spent the
ght in Washington.
The hunger strike carried on by
irteen of the women prisoners w,
'oken last night when doctors at the
stitution told them, they said, that

his army work, was the statement of au Vy . .u.'
Captain James Watkins of Camp Cus- Neuman. Bible school at 9:45 o'clock.
Captin amesWatinsof Cmp us-No evening services.
ter, who was formerly Capt. Jimmy o
Watkins of varsity days. First Baptist Church
Captain Watkins spoke before the IbFist Bat Churc k
clubof atte Ceekand I Bible school at 9:30 o'clock, adult
University club of Battle Creek class at Guild house. Morning wor-
he declared the hurry-up ideas, thecss at1:uih The, Morning wor-
enthusiasm, and the hard-hitting prin- ship at 10:30 with Thanksgiving ser-
ciples of Coach Yost were of immense on by the Rev. John Mason Wells on
value to him when he took his courseF.
o h .Bible classes taught at Guild house by
There are a number of the old U. of Prof. Leroy Waterman at 9:30 o'clock,
Thee ae anumer f te od U ofand by the Reverend Wells at noon.
M. football' stars in the camp amonga
the officers, and he declared their CChap
football training helped them greatly Cm Community Chap ' k
in securing their commissions. Community meeting at 7:30 o'clock
inr# th ,v ninz with address by the.



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-You can make it in one jump WHERE?
to the only

' 1 e1 vi e eell g 1 uucac~
Reverend Wells on the theme, "It Is
a Good Thing To Give Thanks."
Second Baptist Church
Sermon at 10:30 o'clock by the Rev.
J. B. Pharr on "Giving." Men's Day
services at 3 o'clock with an address
by Mr. J. O. Derrick of Ypsilanti. B.
Y. P. tJ. meeting at 6:30 and sermon on
"Thankfulness" at 7:30 o'clock.

Huns Inspire Turks to Torture Jews
Alexandria, Egypt, Nov. 24.-Refug-
ees from Palestine report that the
Turks in co-operation with the Ger-
mans are committing the most fearful
atrocities upon the Jewish colonies in
Palestine. Last month all the leading
men of the Jewish colony at Jaffa were
accused of espionage and on false ev-
idence or on confession extorted by
torture, were convicted by a German
court martial and hanged with many
members of their families, refugees
In order to extort confessions, it is
added, many men and women in-
cluding some American citizens have
been stripped and beaten in public,
some so severely as to cause death.


Broadway M. E.
s meeting at 9:30



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