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" LW L ae feIrtsĀ± te Regents its eect of ThomasM. Cooley in Great Ameri- laugingly remark, ne got fia co-e-
hasbeen delayed fr year to year. can"Lawyers. He Is a member of the ucation." And, even today he insists 0
Wrote Law Works American, Michigan, and New York that he is a "lawyer by profession and s
ge 1) ehBar association, and was once a mem- a college president by circumstance."
President, Hutchins has been a fre- thIs
ved as act- quent contributor to legal publica- ber of the International commission Driving a Recreation th
kngell then tions. He has revised and annotated Uoied orte treay bte the Sometime, after the pressure of of- fi
Upon the several volumes of Michigan supreme Uniteta dydficial capacity has ended and Presi- r
Angell in court reports, was the editor of the vancement of peace. dent Hutchins has added the Ex- be- c
acting-pres- American idition of Willams on Real In 1917 he was elected a member of fore his title, Douglas Comin is going h
g year was Property, Hutchins' Equity Cases, con- the board of trustees of the Ameri- to teach him to drive his own car th
can University Union "in Erope andtoeah im odrvhsow cr.t
gh his res- sulting editor of American and Eng- U Evidently that is to be one of the -
ands f teish Encyclopedia of Law and Pro- during the ast year has held the dis- new recreations. And after the Uni-
tinguished position of chairman of that versity has ceased to enjoy his. serv-
board. The honorary degree of doc- ices, one warm and great testimonial
tor of laws has been conferred upon will be ever forthcoming from"those
r . ! , ei. him by the following universities: who have worked at his side.
!JyWisconsin (1897), Wesleyan (1916), For long after the purr of the mo-
SC.Presenhs Notre Dame (1917), and California tor has died away and the automo-
(1E) le llights have been dimmed, the
President Hutchins was married st
ito"COME IENt1E . .*.* Dec. 26, 1872, to Mary L. Crocker, of words of an ardent, enthusiastic
.,7gi. k, school-boy who has been influenced
Mt. Clemens, Mich., they having one at impressionable years will remain-
son, Harry C. Hutchins, of New "I couldn't think of anyone better to
serve-all my life"
Prexy ,S Chauffeur
Likes His Position
(Continued from page 1)
(Continued from page 1) ccuntry where there are alumni, he
car directly in a manner to the point, spoke to the graduate associations,
6 RA ATIC FARCE' he is always fair, desires punctuality and brought before them the good
wants everything clean and perfect' work which the Union was doing. He
evrtigcenadIret cited its purposes, and'reawakened in
Yet there is an undercurrent beneath the hearts of these old students, a love
this precision that can always see the for han, hised t em o
humooussideandbe upreelyhu-for ,Michigan, which aroused them to
.. ,; Fthumorous side and be supremely hu- action.tsk
By these many speeches throughout.
Says People Don't Know Him the country, he laid the foundation for
"Peaple do not know him as he the great drive of 1912. In this year,
really is," says the high school boy .the Union official started an active
AM; 'IQ/ fRwho has had an almost daily contact campaign for a $1,000,000 fund, which
for over a year. His democracy is was to be used in building a home for
tm't/hedeeper than surface. He often drives the Union. With this phase of the
his stenographer home, gives "Doug- work, his aid increased many fold.
ERTS WHAR S 'las" valuable tickets and even insist- Spoke of Building
ed that he sit in the same box with As iresident of the University, he
Y APPEARING Tillhim at the Minnesota game. As an was called to speak throughout the
executive he has managed to run his country. During these speeches he
SUown office at the same cost for many always mentioned the Union and its
SEyears, in spite of -the increased ex- good work. Through President Hutch-
S2.00Epenses prevalent everywhere. He is ins the Union was kept before the
"philanthropic in a quiet, effective wy; alumni, and he gave them the-desire
wisely aloof from the praise or blame to contribute to such a vital thing in
of men. Michigan life.
It is strange to know that this stal- President Hutchins was unable to
wart, austere university head began do too much for the various commit-
his collegiate career at what was prl- tees of the Union. At their requests
manly a' girls' school. The New he made speeches and wrote letters
Hampshire Conference Seminary and to alumni, asking their ai and help
S. fP pf TasteFemale Collegiate Institute is the in making the Union possible. And
SYS-BEGINNING TODAY
/Why are you so Insistent?
/ 'BECAUSE'
Mr. Besimer's Beefsteak
Dinners are so Hard
to Equal
"DO YOU WANT Y *
KISSES?"

"Then win me," was
the mocking challenge
1 of Concha, the spitefire
Sof Seville. GA RC, H A R
Hie was just a play-I
th r GARRICK THEATRE
t ceased playing and rul-_
ed her with a rod of U DETROIT
iron.
y Triumphant Return Engagement
'p r HODGE
WOi AIND
E M NAIIN HIS GREATEST SUCCESS
[E PUPP"ET. s
ire Louys -')Pierre Irondaw1 "U
ted by Reginald Barker
EDY "OH, DOCTOR, DOCTOR"
AND WEEKLY (Eves. Except Sat.) 50c to $2. Wednesday.
kdvauce in Aidmission Prices
S ADAIs L SHOWS AT 1jandSaturday Matinees, 50c to $1.50.
S 'AT DAILY SIIOWS AT
7 - 8:30 2:00 - 3:30 - 7:00 - 8:30:

00 was raised, and construction was
arted.'
Since then he has not had to work'
o hard, but his heart was ever withG
he Union, and he has aided the of-
cials in every possible way. As a
ecognition for his great work, which
an hardly be recognized too much,
e was chosen as chief speaker fort
he membership banquet this year,'

Union officials ar
President Hutchins
for his work, Throu
was made possible
paign for money, an
used his influence
way. His time was
posal of the Union,a
in every possible w
Union possible and

reality.

TODAY'S CHURCH SEI

First Unitarian
Church
Cor. State and Huron Sts.
Rev. Sidney S. Robins, Pastor
Sunday school, 9:30 A. M.
Kindergarten and Primary class
during church
Morning Service, 10:30
Subject: "The Religion of Tol-
stoy."
Starting at 5:45 sharp there
will be a social half-hour and
light supper for members and
friends of the Y. P. R. U.
6:30 P. M.
Young People's Meeting
Strangers are always welcome

V

'.Thank God every morn-
ing when you get up that you
have something to do that
day which must be done
whether you like it or not.
Being forced to do your best
will breed in you temperance,
self-control, diligence,
strength of will, control, and
a hundred virtues which the
idle will never know." -
Charles Kingsley.

i

SCHEDULE OF BIBLE CHAIR
'CLASSES
444 South State Street
Course I--"Upper Room" Class
-Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8
o'clock.
Course II-"Uuiversity n'ws
Class"- Sunday Mornings,
9:30 to 10:15 o'clock.
Course III-General Survey of
the Bible - Thursday Even-
ings, 6:30 to 7:30 o'clock.
Course IV - Methods of Bible
Study and Teaching-Friday
Afternoons, 4:10 to 5 o'clock.
Course V-A Discussion Class
-Friday Evenings, 6:30 to
7:30 o'clock.

First
Baptist Ch'rch
Iuron St., below State
JOHN MASON WELLS

iI

Minister

10:30 A. M. Public Worship.
12:00 M. Guild Class.
6:30 P. M. Guild Meeting.

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Church of Christ
DISCIPLES
South University Ave.
9:30 a. m. Bible School.
10:30 a. in. Public Worship.
Subject:
"Lessons from Parables."
4:00 p. m. Training Class.
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Public Worship.
-Subject:
"The Wise and Foolish Man."
Mr. Arthur will follow a series
of expository sermons for the
month of May, mostly from the
actual words of the Great
Teacher, himself. Students of
the literary department will find
it especially interesting.
F. P. ARTHUl Pastor
1'. Autareui0
Eptwt'a1 Qturr4
Cor. Divisiop and Catherine
7:30 a. m. Holy Communion.
10' 30 a. in.. Morning Prayer and
Sermon.
4:30 p. m. Vesper Service and
Address.
6 p. m. Goodfellowship Meet-
ing in Harris .Hall.
REV. HENRY TATLOCK, D.D.
Rector
REV. CHARLES T. WEBB
Curate'
PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division
SERVICES:
10:30 a. m. Public Worship.
Theme: The Inter-Church Goal.
12:.00 Noon. Prof. Henderson's
Bible Class.
6:30 p. i., C. E. Service, with
social half-hour at 6 o'clock.
Leonard A. Barrett, Minister.
Mrs. Thomas S. vans, Seely for
University Women.
Benj. C. Fairman, Asst.-in Stu-
dent Work.

I

FIRST
METHODIST CHURCH
Cor. S. State and E. Washingi
Dr. Stalker

1

10:30 Public Worship.
12:00 Bible Classes fo
men, and wo
5:00 High School Epv
League.
6:00 Social Half Hot

r both
men.

6:30 Y

FIRST
CONCREGATIONAL
m CHURCH

.1

Morning

Mr. I

LUTE
CHU]

-ST. PAUL'S
Huron and Chapin Sts.
Rev. Carl A. Brauer
Sunday School, 9:00 a. m.
Church Services, 10:00 a. m.,
7:30 p. m.
TRINITY
Fifth Ave. and William ;St.
Rev. Lloyd Mearl Uclick
10:30, Morning Worship.
11:30, Students' Bible Class.
7:30 p. m., Evening Service.

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f

ZION,
Fifth Ave. and Washingt
Rev. Ernest C. Stellbi
9:00 a. ii., Students' Bibe
10:30 a.m.,Morning We
7:30 p. in., Evening Seri:
(Morning, German; E
English.)

St.

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