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E. S. WILLIAMSON AND-H. B. BAK-
ER, FORMER MICllGAN MAN,
IN CHARGE OF PARTY
An expedition nade possible by Mr.
E. S. WjIliamsoir and Dr. Bryant Walk-
er, will leave New York Jan. 14, for
Venezuela for the purpose of collect-
ing zoological specimens and group,
needed in museum work. The partyj

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expects to arrive at Puerto Cabelo,
Venezuela, on Jan.' 25. About three
months will be spent in the field which=
will be limited to the western part
of the country.
Permission has been granted by the
state department of Venezuela to take
the scientific equipment necessary for
the accomplishment of this wvork into
the country free of charge.
The expedition will be in charge of
Mr. Williamson, who will be assisted
by Mr. Dietzler and Mr. Jesse William-
son, of the University of Indiana, and
Mr. H. B. Baker, graduate of the Un-
iversity of Michigan. Each, member
of the party is a trained scientist and
it is expected that a large collection
principally insects, shells, and reptiles
will be secured.
WHAPS GOIAG ON
SUNM0AY
12:00-Dr. C. H. Haas, '04M, return-
ed missionary to Turkey, speaks in
Presbyterian chi rch.
12:tl.-t'Jriangtes meet in room 306 of
Union.
S:00-Scalp and Blade meets hi room
326 of Union.
4:30-Special meeting of Des Moines
convention delegates in Lane hall.,
Plans for mission study classes to
be made.
6:30-=Christian Endeavor meeting ir
Presbyterian, church,.
6:30-Unitarian guild forum. P .
John F. Shepard speaks on "Mor-
ality and the Crowd."
7 :30-Prof. H. It,. Cross si-c. at the
Presbyterian church on "Ruined"
Cathedrals."
7:30-,Wesieyan guild lecture in Meth.
odist church. Prof. Harris F. Rall of
.the Gary Biblical institute speaks on
"The Democracy of God."
MONDAY
10:00-Dancing try outstfor i Jon
opera at the Union, room 308.
11:00-Senior engineering assembly in
room 248 Engineering building. Mr.
A. C. Marshall, vice-president of the
Detroit Edison company, speaks on
the subject,."The Public Utility Trio:
The Customers, the Stockholders,
and the Employees."
3:00-Dancing try outs for Union
opera at the Union, room 308.
3:45-)~Fresh lit meeting in University
Hall.
7:30-Dancing try outs for Union
opera at the Union, room 308.
7:30-Varsity Mandolin club practIce
in University Hall.

WREST LING CLASS
OPENS TO CAMPUS
Over 50~men have come out for Dr
May's wrestling classes. Every after-
non in the week, the wrestling room
at Wrterman gymnasium is filled with
grapplers.
At a meeting of the wrestling club,
Thursday, it was-decided to hold prac-
tice from 4 to 5 o'clock on Mondayr
afternoons and from 3:30 to 4:30
o'clock on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Fridays. Competent instructors have
been obtained to coach these classes.
On Mondays, A. W. Planck, '18-'21L,
will have charge; Tuesday, Larry Pack-
ard, '21; Thursday, Jack Pollock, 20L;
Friday, .Frank Czsyz, '22E.
There will be no charge for these
classes and all men who are Inter-
ested in the mat sport are invited to
attend them. Coach Mather has urg-
ed all the freshman football men to
turn out for the classes as he con-
siders wrestling as an excellent sport
to keep the men in physical condi-
tion. Dr. May announces that there
will be a tournament for all the dif-
ferent weights just before Spring va-
cation.
INCREASED ACCURACY SHOWN
BY GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAMS
Junior and senior basketball girls
are showing the results of their train-
ing. If the number of turn-outs at
'the last practice is any indication, it
would seem that more interest is be-
ing shown in this sport now than ear-
.er in the semester.'
Many new third year girls will com-
pete with the veterans for places on
the team. Of these, Allis Hussey is
doing especially good work as -guard.
Dorothy Jones is starring for the
seniors as forward and Elsie Erley
has still to meet her equal a center.
Both classes are showing much im-
provement in basket throwing. Morel
careful guarding, and more consis-
tency in the team work is noticeable.
The first and second year girls
could learn much from their upper
class mates, but they are also show-
ing much improvement.

"THE NATION-WIDE
CAMPAIGN IS ONV"

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12:00 M.
Sunday School
Mr. Wells will speak to the
Guild Class on "Social Religion"
6: 30 P. M.

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REV. HENRY TATLOCK, D.D.
Rector
REV. CHARLES T. WEBB
Curate

Guild Meeting
The students and iembers of
the Faculty are invited to all of
these meetings.

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SCHEDULE OF BIBLE CHAIR,
CLASSES
444 South State Street
Course I-"Upper Room" Clag's
-Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8
o'clock.
Course II-"University Men's
Class" - Sunday Mornings,
9:30 to 10:15 o'clock.
Course IIl-Genheral Survey of
the Bible -- Thursday Even-
ings, 6:30 to 7:30 o'clock.
Course ITV-- Methods of Bible
Study and Teaching-Friday
a Afternoons, 4:10 to 5 o'clock.
Course V-A Discussion Class
--Friday Evenings, 6:30 to
7:30 o'clock.

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FIRST
CONCREGATIONAL
CHURCH
10':30 a. m.
The minister's topic
will be
"THE SOUL OF SAUL-
A. W. 0. L.'
6:30
Plymouth Guild
Address by
Mr. S. Katsulzuml
"The Japanese Point of View
In the Shantung Controv-
Organ Recital by Mr. Moore.
"Magnificat in D minor"
Lemaigre
Address by Mr. Douglas
"The Requisites of
Friendship"

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First
Baptist Church
Huron St.. below State
10:30 a. m.
Public Worship
Sermon by J. M. Wells
"A SPIRITUAL OUTLOOK FOR
AN ORDINARY LIFE"
Communion Service following
the sermon.

TODAY'S CHURCH

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Cor. Division and Catherine
Services 7:30, 10:30, 4:30

Church of Christ
DISCIPLES
South University Ave.

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SERVICES:

10: 30 a. M., Subject: "What Is
Prayer?-How to Use It."
Bible School at 9:.30.
Students' Classes at Noon.
Miss Greenwood and Prof.
Hopkins, teachers.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. in.
Service at 7:30 p. m., Subject:
"Shall I Pray?"

FIST
METHODIST CHURCH
Cor. S. State and E. Washington
Rev. A. W. Stalker, D.D, Pastor
10:30 a. m.
10:830, Sermon by the pastor,
"The Valley of Decision."
12:00, Students' Bible Classes.
6:30, Young People's Devotional
meeting. Echoes from the
Des Moines convention. Les-
lie Bittison, leader.
7:30, Wesleyan Guild Lecture.
Harris Franklin Rall. "The
Democracy of God."

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In room 348, Engineering buildinig.
7 :15-Boxing club meets in room 306,
Union.
7:1--Kentucky club meets at the
Union.
7:30-Soph engineer smoker at the
Union.
7:30-ActIve members of Cercle Fran-
cais meet in room 202, south wing.
7:30-Lecture on pavement construa.'
tion by Mr. W. C. Perkins, room 407,
Engineering building.
U-NOTICES
A picture of the freshman hockey
team will be taken at 10 o'clock this
morning at Rentschler's studio.
Students desiring to go on the Pres-
byterian sleigh ride Friday, Jan.
16, are asked to sign up at the Chris-
tian Endeavor meeting Sunday eve-
ning.
The taking of the group picture of
the Polonia Literary circle has been
postponed until, further notice.
All men who were candidates for the
fresh football squad last fall are in-
vited to attend a dinner at 6 o'clock
Wednesday night at the Union.
Those desiring to attend will noti-
fy Captain Dunphy, phone 943-R.
before Tuesday noon. There will be
a charge for $1 per plate.

BENNER, '20, SAYS IIJTCH1Kf .
RESERVATIONS ARE RIGHT
(Continued from Page One)
fore the war, and experience has
taught us what that system is. It is a
system of armed alliaces, balance of
power, intrigues and machinations,
fears and jealousies, burdensome war-
like preparations and finally ever s6
often, war.
How can anyone imagine that they
are in favor of the treaty and league
ideas embodied in it and still be in
favor of the Lodge reservations, is
more than the friends of the treaty
can understand. The Hitchcock res-
ervations which President Wilson has
intimated are acceptable to him are
totally 'different in character.
Let us be consistent. If we are op-
posed to the League of Natjons and
to some other provisions of the treaty,
let us reject the whole affair, for the
League of Nations is the heart of the
treaty. Let us not be deceived iAto
a ratification which, in the words of
President Wilson, is not a ratification
but rather a nullification of the treaty.
CLAUDE L. BENNER, '20.
Vote Increase for Sailors
Washington, Jan. 10. - The house
naval committee voted unanimously
today to recommend an increase of
30 to 50 _We cent in the pay of en-
listed men in the navy and advances
ranging from $240 to $840 a year for
officers. Every man in the navy ex-
cept recruits and admirals would share
in the increase.
Denied Seat Second Time
Washington,' Jan. 10.-Victor Ber-
ger, Milwaukee socialist, elected from
the fifth Wisconsin congressional dis-
trict after he had been refused mem-
bership in the house,, "because he
gave aid and comfort to the enemy,"
was denied his seat again today by a
vote of 328 to 6 The house acted
shortly after Berger presented him-
self to be sworn in.

10:30 a. m., "What Seek Ye?"
11:30 a. i., Students' Bible
Class.

6:O, C. E. Society
7:30
PROF. H. R. CROSS
Illustrated
"LIVING TEMPLES"

ZION

' F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
Phone 2358-R
LUTHERAN
CHURCHES

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Morning Theme:
"LIVING TEMPLES"

Fifth Ave. and Washingtou St.
9:00 a.'im., Students1 Bible Class.
10:30 a. m., "Jesus in a Bible
Class."

7:30 p. m., "The First
Prayer."'
(Morning, German;
English.)

Lesson in
Evening,

PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division
Leonard A. ,Barrett, Minister.
Mrs. Thomas S. Evans, Sec'y for
University Women.
Benj. C. Fairman, Asst. in Stu-
dent Work.

-Noon, Prof. W. D. Henderson's
Class Meets.

canoe or in the camp
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You are Invited. Those acqauint-
ed with the nature of the dancing
clesses conducted by Mr. and Miss
Moses in the Michigan Union Annex
are invited to attend the first lesson
of the advanced class, Tuesday eve-
ning from 7:15 to 8:15 o'clock and
may enroll after the lesson if desired.
This is a mixed class, exclusively
for the University men and women.
There have already. been two advanc-
ed classes this semester, the first hav-
ing an enrollment of fifty men and
fift women, the second fifty-seven of
each. This class- will be limited to
fifty of each:
The Beginners' class starts Monday
evening at 7:15 o'clock. For further
particulars, call 1666-J.-Adv.

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First Unitarian
Church
Cor. State and Huron Sts.
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m., Kin-
dergarten and Primary dur-
ing church
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
Morning Service, 10:30.
"THE NEGATIVE WAY OUT"
Young People's Society Supper
% 5:45
Young People's Society
6:30
"Morality and the Crowd"
f.J By.
Prof. John F. Sheplard

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