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RECORD OF SUGCESSES.
through funds appropriated by the
idance state: Natural Science building, new
Amer- heating plant, new library, new Uni-
rsities: versity hospital (now under construe-
us 10- tion)', and the Chemical building. The
Rome. new Demonstration school, which is
a val- to be built in the near future, is also
and a to be erected by state funds from a
soon. special appropriation.
Dciated President Hutchins does not know
Eutch- where he will take up his residence
iork- after hel leaves the University in
n. the July, but it is probable that he will
pp'rov-' continue to live in Ann Arbor for
it the some time to come.
re in-
INTER CHUCH MOTIVES
at z DTnERN SUNDAY SERM ONS
ent of
Board PROTESTANT MINISTERS WILL
he ac- AGAIN BOOST WORLD
.dition, MOVEMENT
qm the
ion of Most of the sermons to be delivered
today in Protestant churches will fol-
provi- low along the lines laid down by the
"was Interchurch World Movem6nt, which
nk the is seeking to get the co-operation of
all Protestant churches all over the
period, world, to unite the efforts in Chris-
o suc- tianizing all nations. Announcement
,egents will be made at all morning services
A year of the success of the Interchurch
but as drive for funds.
find a As the third of a series of sermons
: time on the Interchurch movement, "the In-
in an- terchurch Goal," by Rev. Leonard A.
e at a Barrett of the Presbyterian church,
Hutch- will explain some of the aims and ob-
e Uni- jects of this great campaign. Profes-
Michi- sor Henderson speaks to his students'
871, at bible class at noon. A social half
es An- hour of the Christian Endeavor so-
ciety, followed by a devotional serv-
esident ice, will take place at 6 'o'clock.
ad of The subject of Rev. Lloyd Douglas'
Shaw, sermon this morning in, the Con-
mni as- gregational church will be "James
co-or- Burril Angell." The address is given
rersity. in connection with the unveiling of a
inter- bronze tablet to'be placed in Dr. Ang-
evelop- ell's pew. Prof. John R. Brumm is to

TOWER
By H. E. B.
Are you an "old clothes man?"
And Look What Congress Did With
Them
Sir-Speaking about prohibition. If
it hadn't been for beer America
would never have been discovered.
Look what Columbus did with three
schooners. High N. Dry.
Next Time, Sophie Fool Him and
Bring Your own Lnh
Sir-J have met some first-class pik-
ers, but this bird wins the cuckoo
clock. After an evening at th theater
for which I furnished the passes, he
invites me to lunch at a cafeteria. He
got his food first, marched up to the
cashier, and paid for it. I was left
flat. Sophie.
Happy Are We That Our Michigirls
Are Ofttmes Hysterical
A University of Pittsburg co-ed in
speaking about the ban on kissing at
that institutiou said: "It was all
right during the stress of war. That
hysteria is over now. The girl of 1920
is not so ready with kisses."-News
Item.
Which Proves-"Success Depends Up-
on What You Show, Not, What
You Know"
According tp the Lima Daily News,
the New York Sun and Herald states
that Mr.' Ziegfield claims there is a
beauty famine. The beauty donnois-
seur cannot find sufficient material for
his new poduction.
And so, in quest of available beauty,
Florenz has announced his intention
of attending -as many commencement
exercises at female colleges and fash-
ionable schools this spring as possible,
believing that among the sweet girl
graduates he may find, in spite of the
beauty famine, a sufficient number of
'surviving specimens to provide at
least one more horus that will meas-
ure up to standards of the past.
Chors
"Wanted-a woman, not so bright un-
derstand,
But' a- womanly woman who on every
hand
Sheds the luster of beauty, of good-
ness and grace,t
Who carries her lovliness stamped on
her face.
Do you think I might find sucl a one
in. this place?"
Somebody Lied
"Sure
it's
absolutely.
100 proof."
One Consolation
"Springtime would be dreary weath-
er, if it always would be spring."
i Star Polo Shirts with collars that
fit. $3.00 upwards. Wild & Co., 311

Tuttle'
Lunches
Nunnally's
Candy

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Fri., Sat. 30, May 1-Julian
Eltinge in "The Adventuress"
with "Snub" Pollard comedy and
colored review.
Sun., Mon., Tues. 2 3, 4-The
original stage cast in "Old Lady
31" and Hank Man n "The Bash-
ful Blacksmith."

Sun., Mon. 2, 3-
"Slaves of Prid
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- speak to, University men and women
at 12:1 o'clock on "The. College Stu-
e dent and Orthadoxy."
r "Following the Star," is the topic
s of Rev. John Mason Wells' message
f this morning 'in the Baptist church.
e At 7:30 o'clock this evening a "vic-
tory meeting" is to be held in celebra-
tion of the raising of $28,000 for the
interchurch movement. Short address-
- es are to be given by members of the
e teams.
b
f1 Rev. Stalker this morning will de-
- liver the sermon in the Methodist"
t church on "Doubting Our Doubts."
Regular Sunday school and bible
- classes at noon. Young people's guild'
y meets at 6:30 o'clock this evening.
- At the morning, service of the Uni I
tarian church, Rev. Sidney S. RobinsJ
- is to preach on the theme, "The Relig-J
l ion of Tolstoy."

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All Seats on Week Day Matinees
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My~ust
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A Paranjounl-Artcra f t Pig44r@
He's in again I nd in ahad!
Same old Toodles Waden of
"The Roaring Rad," with the
same old scorn of miles and motm
Bops,
Risking his neck for lve, hi
son and a "dare" in th widest
race of speed devils @ver §hpwj @
the scre&1h?
And that glorious 1A ht whiwn 4
crooked rival wrg*Ig edles' ar
and sends him sprawling! Wiw!
THEODORE ROBETS A LITTLI

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