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LENTEN SERICES TODAY

WHAT'S GOING

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subject of the sermon to be delivered
ths mory~ug ~y Mr. Sidney S. Rob-
bins in the 'Unitarian'church. A spe-
cial supper for young people will be
held at 5 o'clock in the church, follow-
ed by, the regular, young people's
meeting. Miss Ethel Fonda is to
speak on the Adrian Industrial home
for girls.
Hold Fathe and Son Service
A special father. and sons service
will "take place at the Baptist church
this- morning, at which Rev. J. M.
Wells will deliver, the' sermon on
"Blind Spots,", dealing with things,
that the average person overlooks. At
3 o'clock an afternoon patriotic serv-,
ice will be held. Commander Carl
Lehman of the Ann Arbok post-of the
American legion will present the
French government certificates to the
parents of men 'who died in the war.
foilowedi -by "an address by Mr. "Wells
on "Universal Military Training."4
At the morning service of St, 'Art-
drew's Episcopal 'church Prof. Mor-
ris P. Tilley of the English depart-
ment. will speak in" connection with
the ,(ationwide campaign recenty
Launched by the Episcopal church. The
usual afternoons service will be omit-'
ted biecause of a: meeting of the cam-]
paign committee in 'IriAs hall.
Rev. Arthur W. Stalker will preach
on "Religion, Life's Highest Values,"
in the Methodist church this morn-
ing. At noon the regular students'
bible 'classes will meet. A pocial half
bou; of the young people of the Wes-'
leyan guild will be followed by a de-
votional service at.,6 .30 o'clock.
WIlSON'S ADRITIC NTE
HELDUPIN WSHINOTONU
Washington, Yrob. 21. -President
Wilson's note on.'the Ariatic settle-
;ment did not go forward to the e-
tente premiers, today as had geer-
silly been expeetad, but probably will
be cabled early next, week. It is re-]
itrated that while the pres4t set
ont his argument witha great degree
of finality, the noe will not close the
door to any other negotiation through
the usual diplomatic .channels.
Discusses Notes Pubiationl
The question of makingu public the
text of ;all the notes ou ,te. "sitation
still i s being discussed betwieen the
various foreign ofcers so th~t no de-
cision has yet been reached.
Thre situation in Italy Js ,again re-:
ported as serious. Both labor anid so-
cialist leaders' are anxious that the
Adriatic, question be settled so that
normal conditions may b resumed as
rapidly as possible.
Agreement Obstrcted".'
DI'Annunzia's ,presence in Fiume is
being represented as the principal ~b-
Eruction to an agreement among the
allied and associated powers. It Is
said today that if D'Anunzio eft
Flume a settlement could be reached
in a day.
OVERSEAS1 MEN TO ORGANIz1z
AT MEETING TUESDAY NIGHT
Union Officials tb Co-operate; Danes
aned Smokers Are
Planned "I

TUtESDAY
7 :00-Fresh Jan band meets in U
versity Hall.
7:15--Overseas men will meet at 1
ion to effect an organization. Ev(
man requested to be present.
7:30 - Cercie Franeais meeting
room 202, South Wing.

SUNDAY
a:30-Unitarian Guild forum. Miss
,~thel Fonda speaks on "The Adrian
Industrial-School for Girls." Light
supper will be served to members
and friends at 5 o'clock.
i:45-Social hour at the Baptist guild
before the Hill auditorium meeting.
6:30-Christian Endeavor society meets
in Presbyterian church. Social half
hour preceding.
7:30--Corporate reunion for Episcop-
al women at St. Andrew's church.
MONDAY
3:(0 At. 3A-Registration for higiiway
short course in room 407, Engineer-
ing lbulding.
1:30 P. XL-Short course in highway
enginering opens in room 407 Enigl-
neering building. ii

#.. Anbreux'o
Cor. Division and Catherine
Services 7:30, 10:30, 4:30
PROFESSOR TILL.EY WILL
MAKE AN ADDRESS ON THE
NATION-WIDE CAMPAIGN AT
THE TEN-THIRTY SERVICE.
THE AFTERNOON SERVICE
WILL BE OMIJTTED.
REV. HENRY TATLOCK, D.D.
Rector
REV. CHARLES T. WEBB
Curate
SCHEDULE OF BIBLE CHAIR,1
CLASSES
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WEDNESDAY
7:00-A. S. 211. E. will hold a smoker
for all members at Michigan Union.
7:20-M4eeting of Round-Up club at
Union.
7:230-Meeting of Western club, room
304 of Union.
7:30-Phi Sigma meets in room B173
rof Natural Science building.
U-NOTICIES
The employment office of the Y. M.
C. A. at Lane hall-requests that men
having their application on file for
Jobs wil send second semester class
schedules showing the hours they
have free for outside employment.
Cosmopolitan essay contest time ha~s
been extended from Feb. 20 to the
end of spring vaication.
Due to the 'Iness of Prof. Henderson
the Presbyterian church 'Noon Bible
class will be held by Prof.- H. B.
Hulbert.
The next meeting of La Socidad His-
panica will be held March 2.
All students holding ,proofs of senior
Michiganensian sittings should re-
turn the same to the respective pho-
tographers today in order that prints
may be run off for the yearbook.
Michilganensian subscriptions will be
taken this week~ on the second floor
of the Ann Arbor Press building,
There will be no extra copies offerea
for sale later.,
Any Junior girl who is 'not taking
Ipart in. the Junior Girls' play, but
who will be willing to play the piano
for some of the rehearsals shold call
Miss Irene Rosenberg at Helen Need'-
berry residence at once.
The follo-Mng organizations must have
their group pictures identified at
tje Michiganensian offices Tuesday
afternQ.pn: Soros4s, Psi Omega, Phi
Lambda iij kion, Gamma Eta Gam-
ma, Phi Rho Sigmua, Alpha Xi Delta,
Xi Psi Phi, A Kappa ) s Athena
Literary society, Episcopal Girlis'
dormitory, ┬žaginaw, 4lpha Fpslon
Iota, and W Ql4et~c board.
We cap supply your wants in sny-
thing in the wall-pa~per and paint
trade. C. H. _Ma~no? $ Co.- Adv.
l Morning Tbome:

Course I--"Upper Room" Class
-Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8
o'clock.
Course 1I-"University Men's
Class" - Sunday Mornings,
9:30 to 10:15 o'clock.
Course III1-General Survey of
the Bible - Thursday Even-
ings, 6:30 to 7:30 o'clock.
Course IQ - 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.

TRINITY
Fifth Ave. anq William St.
10 ; 30 a. m-, 'The Harder Way to
SaviorhoOd."
11: 30 a.. i., Students' Bible (Glass.
7:30 p. M., "The Call to Sgeri-
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LUTHER AN
CHURCHES
ST. PAQI?8
Huron and Chapin Sts.
Rev. Carl A. Brauer
Sunday School, 9:00. a. mn.
Church Services, 10 :00 a.
7: 30 p. mn.

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George Baldwin, Kath.
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Former Prof. Hale,, in Ann Arbor
Prof. W. J. Hale, formerly of the
chemistry department, spent several
days in Ann Arbor last week in ord-
er that he might have access to cer-
tain literary works in the library. In
the course 9! his short stay he vis-
ited many of hisfinds 4p former
facu~lty associates.
elated Prpsg ~~.4y

Mats. Wed. and Sat.,
50c to $1.50
Week Starting Sunday,
Feb. 22-Nights 50c
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- An organization of overseas men,
Ewi ich will arrange for Social events
durig th~e coming semester, will be
5perfected at a meeting to be held at
57:15 oclock Tuesday night at the
SUnion. gmiokers and dances will prob-
5ably be on the program.
SUnion officiais, expressing a desire
5to co-operate, statedI Saturday they
Swere willing to let the peen hold
ismokers in the lobby and even to
5turn over one of the regular week-
Seud dances to overseas men.
E With approximately 500 overseas t
f s men in the university, backers' of the<
r .movement expect an exceedngly large_
5turnout Tuesday night. Th~ey say that,
Sa large number of men outt wj1 as-
sure the 'success of an organizton.
.= The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
5ing paper in Ann Asior, contains all
5the latest Campus, City' and World
n. = News-Adj.g
hill Fatronlus Ott sdrvewrtftu.

"THE "DIMI1E UNREST"

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hNoon, Prof. Homer B. Hulbert
speaks to Students' Bible Class
on "The Korean Question," Mr.
Hulbert was special Korean en=-
voy to the Hague Conferences.,
6:30, C. E. Service with social
half-hour at 6 o'clock.
8 p. rm., Dr. S. A. Beck and
Prof. Hulbert-"Th Belgium of
the East."
1PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division
Laons=4 A. Barrett, MIinister.
Mrs. Thompas S. Evans, $ec'y for
University Wom~en.
Benj. C. Fairman, .Qst. in Stu-
dent Word.

This morning at tou-thirty,i
service will be hold at the1
tional Church in celebration
ington's Birthday. Mr. Doi
speak on "The Father of Ouri
Special patriotic music will
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