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dich- Fair Sex 's Last
this
the Hoge, Now Gone
e en-
were It was a famous trysting place,
irner uhis old oak tree; now it is gone for-
num- ever. Early in the week a heartless
that University with no thought of the
sentiment attached, ordered some
early qually heartless woodcutters to fell
licine it to the ground. It grew by the walk
that which leads past Presidert Angell's
eman old home.
elles- Many the clandestine date has the
e life ┬░reshman or the upperclass lady who
She for scholastic reasons wasn't step-
ating )ing, met under this old oak. Es-
rber. -e6ially since the Library has as-
t wo- ;umed tea party propensities where
ence- erid sees every he or she knows, to-
vit-the house president.
until However dear to the heart, the tree
M, of is gone. The old battle hymn of
She "Woodman, spare that tree," was dis-
omen rega'rded. Suggestions- as to a new
days meeting place with as exclusive a,
)mes" mein, will be thankfully received by
ordan.I waiting hundreds on this campus.

To Hold Public
Concert Today'
A concert will be given at 3 o'clock
this afternoon in Hill auditorium, con-
sisting of audience singing led by Rus-
sell Carter, the University band under
Wilfred Wilson, and selections on the
organ by Frank A. Taber. The public
is cordially invited* and they are re-
quested to sit toward the front in
order to make the mass singing more
effective. The concert is compliment-
ary to the public:
Program
March-National Defense ... . Lampe
Gavotte-Entr' Acte (from
"Mignon") .................Thomas
Overture-"The New Era" . . ..Heed
University Band
Wilfred Wilson, Conductor
"Onward, Christian Soldiers"..
.... ............... Sullivan
"The Battle Hymn of the Re-'
public"..................Steffe
"When Johnny Comes Marching
Home" .................Lambert
"The Great Red Dawn" .....Sharpe
Russell Carter, Conductor ....
Allegro from Sonata I......Borowski
Romance Sans Paroles ....Bonnett
Echoes .....................Brewer
Toccata ...................Boellman
Frank A. Taber
"The Old Folks at Home" ....Foster
"Nancy Lee" .............AdamO
"Carry Me Back to Old Vir-
ginny"............. ....Bland
"The Son of God Goes Forth to
War" ......:..............Cutler
Russell Carter, Conductor j
Caprice-"Venetian Beauty" ...Rolfe
Allegretto-"Legand of a Rose"
.Reynard
Overture-"Queen for a Day" ..Adam,
University Band
Wilfred Wilson, Conductor
America-Band and Audience.

SMANY CHURCHES OBSERVE
HOLY COMMUNION TODAY

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campaign are not yet complete. One
of the teams will probably visit Mich-
igan latein March.
Hacks to Fight H. C. L.
Blacklburn, Eng., March 6.- Steps
have been taken by local carriage pro-
prietors to defeat the "high cost of
dying." In addition to conducting in-
terments, the carriagemen have com-
bined to supply coffins. Charges by
undertakers, they claim, are about
100 percent too high

TH EATRE
hurs. Mar. 11
oo succecs coming to Ann
9 run in Chicaoo.

(ER 1iOPOSCO
eRE3ENT&s
nAIILLIAM

NEW MEMBERS TO BE WELCOMED1
INTO FELLOWSHIP DURING
SERVICES1
(By H. C.)1
Special services in celebration of
communion twill take place in many
of the local churches today. Sermons
,will not be delivered, but- short ad-
dresses appropriate to communion are
to be given. All students who have
become affiliated members of the var-
ious churches are asked to be pre-
sent at the communion services.
Communai will be celebrated in
the Presbyterian church this morn-
ing, with Rev. Leonard A. Barrett of-
ficiating. New members and affiliate
members will gle welcomed, into the
church at this time. Prof. William
A. Frayer of the history department
will address Professor Henderson's
student Bible class at noon. At 6f
o'.lock the Chistan Endeavor so-
clety will hold a social half' hour fol-
lowed by a shortdevotioal service.
Reception for Members
Morning services in the Baptist
church- will begin with the adminis-
-ration of baptism, followed by a
Aaort sermon by Rev. J.M. Wells on
'he theme, "Baptism, What it is not
and What it is." A communion ser-
.ice and reception of new members
will take place immediately after Mr.
. Wells' sermon. The regular meeting
of the Baptist guild will take place
at 6:30 o'clock.
"Tlie Price of Presumption," lis the
topic that Rev. Lloyd Douglas has
'hosen for his morning message in
the Congregational church. A musi-
cal . program will be given at the
Plymouth guild, meeting at 6:30
o'clock, consisting of piano and violin
solos.
Communion will also be observed
at the Methodist church at the morn-
ing service. New members and all
Student affiliate members are to be re-
'eived into the church at this ser-
vice. Dr. Stalker is to continue his
lessons on the Book of Acts before
the student's Bible class at noon. At
6 o'clock the Wesleyan guild will be
led by Gordon R. Avery, grad.
Will Start Seres
Beginning a series of sermons de-
signed to bring out what the Unitar-
Ian church can and ought jo contri-
bute to a world religious movement,
Mr. Sidney S. Robbins will discuss the
modern view and value of special
Seasons and observances this morn-
ing in the Unitarian church. Dean
Alfred H. Lloyd of the Graduate
school, will speak at 6:30 o'clock be-
fore the young people's forum on ' n
telectual Advantage."
At St. Andrew's Episcopal church
this morning service will be the holy
communion, at which the rector will
preach the second sermon in a series
on "The Problem Before the Church."
Prof. S. Lawrence Bigelow, of the
chemistry department, will make an
address on the "Nation-Wide Cam-
paign" , at this service. Theusual,
afternoon service with address will
be held at 4:30 o'clock.

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FIRST
CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
Morning Worship
10:30 A. X.
Mr. Douglas preaches
on the subject:
"THE PRICE OF
PRESUXP'ION"
The Plymouth Guild
presents a musical program.
LLOYD C{ DOUGLAS
. 6:30 P. la.
Guild Meeting

"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, d i l i g e n c.e,
strength of will, control, and
a hundred virtues which the
idle will never know.".
Charles Kingsley.

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thor., printer and date printed. They
are all written in Latin.
All the books in the reserved room
are placed there because they have
some particular value. The rarest
ones are early Shakespeare and Gold-
smith books that can not be replaced.
Most of them are duplicated in the
Library so that they may be had at
the delivery desk.

TODAY'S-CHURCH SERVICES'

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QTED BY A TYPICAL
OR O Q C O CAS'T
COMAEDY OF7-TH TE YES
N CLOTHE
PJON B UCHANAN
assisting Mr. Courtenav ielIudes:
ancos Underwood, Isabel Irving"-
Miurray, LloydNeal, Ray Waiburn
are from the New York fheatres-
MAIL ORDERS NOW. 75c to $2

STUDENT VOLUNTEERS TO
HOLD CLOSED MEETINGS
Meeting of the Student Volunteer
band will be open to the public only
pnce a month in the future. Al the
meetings of this organization have
previously been open to the public.
Henceforth only those'who have sign-
ed the declaration cards, signifying
their intention to become missionar-
ies will be admitted to the closed
meetings.
According to William Mordyke, '21,
president of the organization, all stu-
dents who are interested in foreign
Christian ┬░Work are cordially invited'
to the open meetings where the dis-
cussions and talks are of a religious
nature.

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Orchestra and
Organ. Music

F irst Unitarian
Church
Cor. State and Huron Sts.
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m., Kin-
dergarten and Primary dur-
Ing church
10:30 a. m., Morning Service.
Subject:
"THE OBSERVING OF LENT"
Itev. Sidney S. Robins
5:45 p. m., Social Half-hour and
Light Supper.
6:30 p. in., Prof. Alfred H. Lloyd
will give an interesting talk
" on "An Intellectual Adverb
ture." Everyonb welcome.
SCHEDULE OF BIBLIk CHAIR
CLASSES
444 South State Street
Course I-"Upper Room" Class
-Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8
o'clock.
Course II-"University Men's
Class" - Sunday Mornings,
9:30 to 10:15 o'clock.
Course III-General Survey of
r the Bible - Thursday Even-
ings, 6:30 to t30 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.
Church of Christ,
DISCIPLES ;
South University Ave.
SERVICES:
9:30, Bible School.
10:30, Public Service.
12:00, Student Classes.
4:00 o'clock, Teachers' Training
class.

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First
Baptist Church
Huron St., below State
10:30 A. M.
Sermonette by
J. M. WELLS
"CHRIST'S WAY OF
HAPPINESS"
Communion and Baptisms
during the service.
12:00 M., Guild Class, taught by
Mr. Chapman.
6:30 P. M.
Guild Meeting, Led by Myron
Turner.

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Cor. Division and Catherine
10:30, Public Worship.
Prof. Bigelow will make an ad-
dress on the "Nation-Wide
Campaign."~
4:30, Afternoon Service
7:30, Evening Service.
REV. HENRY -TATLOCK, D.D.
Rector
REV. CHARLES T. WEBB
Curate

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IFE WORK CAMPAIGN
TO INROLL STUDENTS
ALL UNIVERSITIES TO BE VISITED
BY WELL KNOWN RELIGIOUS
SPEAKERS
Rapid progress is being made in the
nation-wide campaign for the life en-
Jistment of students in 500 colleges
and universities throughout the Un-
ited States. Co-operating with the Life
Work: department of the Interchureti
World movement in this campaign,
which, began Feb. 17, and will close
April 20, are the Y. M. C. A., the Y.
W. C. A., and the Student Volunteer
movement.

FIRST
METHODIST CHURCH.
Cor. S. State and E. Washington
10:30 A. M.
Public Worship.
Dr. Stalker '
12:00 M.
Bible Classes forboth men -and
women.
6:00 P. M.
Social half-hour -for the young
people.
7:30 P. M.
Wesleyan Guild Lecture. Gra-
ham R. Taylor speaks, on "Im-
pressions of ' Revolution in
Russia and the East."

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

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PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division

All Colleges to be Visited
Students of colleges in every part of
the country will be addressed in con-
nection with the campaign. Some of.
the meetings will be held at the same
time as the pastor's conference in the
various states. J. Campbell Wh.ite, di-
rector of the Life Work department,
who is the leader of one of the teams
visiting the pastor's conferences, will
also address such colleges as come
within his itinerary.
Special Teams Appointed ,
In addition, special teams are sent
out to visit the colleges and universi-
ties. Dr. Hugh H. Bell, Wellington
H. Tinker, field secretary of the stu-
dent department of the Y. M. C. A.,.
and Col. aRaymond Robbins, formerly
in "charge of the Red Cross work in
Russia, will be chief among the speak-
ers.
The schedules of dates for the mid-
Alm moat U~D~Aia Mr this *a~t tudent

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

SERVICE~:

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101:30 a. m., Communion and Re-
ception of new members.
12 Noon, Prof. W. A. Frayer.
- Subject: "The Near Eastern
Question."
6:30 p. m., C. E. Service with
social half-hour at 6 o'clock.
Leonard A. Barrett, Minister.
Mrs. Thomas S. Evans, Sec'y for
University Women.
Benj. C. Fairman, Asst. In Stu-
dent Work.

iSILL

harold Lloyd In
"'From Hand I
To Mouth"

ZION
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
Rev. Ernest C. Stellhorn
9:00 a. m., Students' Bible Class.
10:30 a. m., Morning Worship.
7:30 p. m., Evening Service.
(Morning, German; Evening,
English.)

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