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March 23, 1919 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-03-23

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JUST ARRIVED! A full line of new and second-hand I5fUrntir hour.' 6:80-Wesleyan guild meeting, prayer and sermon. Rev. Henry Tat-' JUST ARRIVED!
A Big'consignment of Society Brand canoes and equipment now on sale at SUDA lhiICII Lovisa A. Youngs, '21, of the Cosmo- lock, minister. A ig consignment of Society Brand
full dresa suits, $35, $40 and $45. Saunders' Canoe Livery. Terms cash. politan club, will speak. 7:30-Wes-- full dress suits, $35, $40 and $4.
J. F. Wuerth & Co.-Adv. -Adv. R 1 onnrIIorr leyan giuld lecture. Dr. J. A. Rich- Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church' J. F. Wuerth & Co.-Adv.
INN11ARBORICJ U RCHESIUI~t ards, speaker. Subject, "The Religion 10: 30-. Morning service. Sermon
i iof a Conqueror." Rev. A. W. Stalker, subject, "Holiness." 11:30-Bible Advertise in The Daily-Ad.
IOrchestra :Bible Chair ose mnstrschool 7:30-Evening service. Ser-!.
W Usc ILI Music 9:30-University men's class. Top- mon subject, The Measure of Resist-
ic, "Science and Prayer." 4:30-Class First Baptist Curhane." Rev. L. M. Walick, minister. IE
fr g nrl p bi. T pc "J ss 103 - M ri g srie Se m n'Philosophy as Taught in the Sermon subject, "The Religious Iconoclast" Unititaran Church MAJESTIC ORCHESTA ightly-All S .ws Sunday
A Aon the Mount." Dr. T. M. Iden, teacher. 12-Bible school. 6:30-Guild meet- 9:45-Bible school. 10: 30-Morning
T d yTom ro ing. Topic, "CollegeTepain. service. Sermon subject, "The New SNA-O A-USA
mo r wChurch of Christ (Disciple) Rev. J. M. Wells, minste. alation." 7: 00-Y. P. . U. meeting
10:30- Morning service. Sermon- Rev. S. S. Robins, minister.
F a rusbject, "The Province of Christian- St Andrew's Episcopal Church ______IAAR i
W . F iI l t~. 1-il col :0crs 7:30-Holy communion. 10:30- Church of Christ (Science) ANT+EAMitRTne
tian Endeavor society meets. 7:30- Confirmation service. Sermon byBis- 10:30- Morning service. Sermon ~ ' ingtRmne
--in- Evening service. Sermon subject, hop C. D. Williams. 4:30-Evening subject, "Matter"
"Synonyms of Salvation"-Rev. F. P. __________________________________
Arthur, minister.
"For Freedom" FrtCongregational Churchc LASAS O R D
adRyan, speaker. Sermon subject, "The _______________
aew Day in Turkey." 12- Church Shows at 3:00; :0; 8:30
schol. 630-tudets' oun' Tale.Phones:
scoo.6 :30-Students'RonTal.het, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316M
Prof. L. C. Karpinski, speaker. Topic, SnMon -2324 -Louis Bennison in
Tom M ix C om edy "Polish Problems." Rev. L. . Doug- "Sandy Burke of the U-Bar-U" and
"~ROMAN COlW BOY" "Hmiite.GlceratindTerkSe"ndicuren
-n "The Bluffer;" Mutt and Jeff Car-
_____________________________PresbyTian Church too,"eeadTer,.n urn
10:30- Morning service. Sermon Wed-26--Bet'tLytell in "Faith;" Star
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY sujcrpleeatits. hsmedy, "Hs Body for Rent," and ut: w
I suject Patiotim." hisScreen Telegram.
sermon will involve an explanation of I E R A
GLADYS BROCK WELL jin the New Era movement in the Pres-IC CR A -
byterian church. Kindergarten will
fs! be held during the morning service. W UERTH THEATRE
"eiToshe Forbdden Roo 12-Bible school. 6:30-Young Peo- Delicious and Refreshing 2:0,_________830 1:0
w pes' service. Topic, "The Art of
Building Character." Rev. L. A. Bar- ®____________________________________ sun-M-2324-WM. FARNUM in "For
CO IGrett, minister. "Roman Cowboy." Scenic and Cartoon
Tues-Wed -2526 -GLADYS BROCK-
"T E U P R O A L I "Methodist Episcopal Church WELL in "The Forbidden Room." al
10:3- Mrnin sevice Semon"Fireman Save My Child."
and subject, "Wheels." 6:00-Social half 001 ingHat fHmnt
'HEARTS OF HUMANITY" GDOIA IL $ 10 0 "TheI npHardson aSnity
Orchestra Orchestra CONDUCT____ANNUAL____CAMP_
Ouic 1 rpheurnCODCuANUAiCMPTo be distributed among MTHAR
To a n o o r wWOR During AND MAYAIO ALLISON in Th e Fire of
Ford Weekly.
On the south shore of Douglas LakeSP I G V C T N Tues- 25- MARGUERITE CLARK in
H a o d Lockw ood jl' in Cheboygan county about eight miles S"INRVCA IOch. Man, Poor Man." Also "A Fight
H aro d fom ampDavs, te smme cap Tr Millions"-"The Tide of Disaster."
of the engineers, the University will CMN
i THE FIRE OF HOPEr open its eleventh biological station CL 4- O PONMN
this summer. The station, which ials Ray The Girl Dodger'
ALSO conducted as a camp, has an admir--
able location for many lines of biolog-
"riHE LURE OF THE CIRCUS"---Ford Weekly ical work.
_________________________________________Field Work Specialty
Specializing mainly in field work, n
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY p a n th"aphsa qimn fbasL
M4 arguerite'Clark Bryant Washburn and launches, and of apparatus for t! 1 4Toa n
field and laboratory work. Cameras,
RICH MAIM, POOR1 MAN "'The Wa of a Man with a Maid" field-glasses, and a dark-room are pro- iu o nr o
vided in addition to a good working
library. Excellent facilities are offer-
ed in several lines o botany and zoo-r
logy for research work, either by in- MEET
IIStaring Sunday dependent investigators or by grad-
POP. MAT. WED. SHUBERT I March 23 uate students.
BEST SEATS $1 .6AR0 K I Nights and Sat. at a Accommoations Limitedu muuu
AR I K50c to 200 Attention is called to the fact that L O US
____________________________________ $___as_ only a limited number of students
can be accommodated, application
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday should be made at the earliest possible Star of "Oh, Johnny!"
date to Prof. George R. La Rue, direc- WT H A NRS SO ILR GR
F. Ray Comstock and William Elliott, The general character of the work THE FACE OF KING BAGGOT
offered is outlined below. However, THE TEETH OF DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
Present . changes may be expected in. the dis-AN TH TTTPT VOFW S. AR
tribution of the courses and also inAN TH GU -LYO WM S.AR
TeFutPrnesTeteN.YScesother details. As soon as issued, spec- In His Newest Photoplay
THE MUSICAL COMEDY DELIGHT ial bulletins describing the work of
the station may be obtained from Pro- "$!
fessor La Rue.M
"O h th naurs ri ertbaed"SN Y BREOF TEU-BAR-U"
" O h B 0 Courses offered in zoology will be
thnuals, istopecalfreerece t-i 'ul~ Pes:i rey

BY'LOWDHUE&KR taxonomy, distribution, behavior, and h** ~..ladome, dare-devil Louis
With Positively the Original Princess Theatne Cast Intact evolution; the natural history of in- U Z'Uni!Zon famfo us from
Anna Wheaton, Charles Compton, Augusta Haviland, Jack Merritt, vrtbrt aimls it rfrecetoher~ o ,in "ancody
the principles of ecology; ornithology; qei~hr n"ad
Hal Forde, Stephen Maley, Jack Raffael, Ethel Forde, Eileen Wilson, the natural history of insects; special Bui'e of theU-arU."
Edna May Oliver, Harry Quealey, Ralph O'Brien, Helen Francis, and research work in zoology. The IM Phihi. !iqulrer: rph e y
Msnstaff will be Professors La Rue, Smith, :;ouialLos Benni-
MagrtWelch, and Instructor Stoner. son tie "smiling~ star."
And an Ensenmble of You~b Beauty and Charm fir Which Thelu Princess In Botany courses presented will xk . i "uld rre f6h
be systematic botany; ecology; spec- I , <tUBa-U" is a reputation-
Theatre Is Famous ial and research work in botany; plant4< * maker' fo im ~n.
anatomy;____________advanced___________systematic_____________bantoy;adanedsyteatc oan................r.ican: LouisAwrc~n:Loi
The faculty will be Professor Gates Bnison is setting the
and Instructors Ehlers and Quick fashion for a different
kind of star; he is a wel-
leave Capy Leave Copy i® come change from the
at at Advertise In 'rhe Daly.-AdY. , at" general rn of so-called
Qarrys and Qarrys and " er a e favorites.,
IkeDebL A Th DetaPhip..Ledger: Louis Ben-
FOR odds, the most popular
LOST LOST ^;', of the younger stars por-
BICYC____________LES________________nT V~~ traying virile American
LOST- Shr ners " pin several days LOST -F a e n ty p n1«'.L s h '1 5
ago, mne "Saladin" on crescent, engraved on back. Return to 602 E. OR The Bulletin: Louis Bennison, who scored a it in "Oh, Johnny" adds to his popularity with "Sandy
gold scimiter, and red enamel star Huron. Reward. .Burke." He has an always-on-top sort of breeziness.
Finder please leave at 200 N. State WNE
LOST-Black bill fold containing re- Three Hundred a month selling our .- --
cepts for tuition, locker and Union 'new Wickless, Smokeless, Orderless
membership card No. 465. Return Oil Stoves, if you have an auto adHandy evc tT E D YJ N L IG N"H~B U FR
to the Daily office. selling ability you can qualify and H nysriea U S A -U EE VD EI T AB U F R
LS-nMcia UnoTedy make good. Address Little Wonder ** * Cp p. WEDNESDAY-BERT LYTELL IN "FAITH"
LOS-I MchianUnon, Tesay Stve Company, North Detroit, Mich. He , J IT Z & r i~
night, a gold cuff link and a fountain COMING-HAROLD LOCKWOOD IN "PALS FIRST"
pen. Return to George Darling, 912 FOR SALE , 310 Soh Stat Street
Monroe St. FOR SALE-Old violin. Call 2509. _______________

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