WE call the attention of the University to the fact that Bishop J. H. Vincent, D. D., will conduct the services tomorrow at Appleton Chapel. Bishop Vincent has taken a very prominent position among the bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and he is noted for being a hard and conscientious worker in the church as well as a scholarly and forcible preacher. Bishop Vincent, moreover, has won considerable renown by his organization of the Chatauqua movement which has done so much in the interests of the people. He has been the head of the school ever since it has started and it is due chiefly to his energetic work that the movement has acquired such importance and influence. We trust that Apple on Chapel will be well filled tomorrow night.
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