WHAT'S GOING ON
9.:30-University Len's Bible class
meets in upper room, Lane hall'
3:00-University Symphony orchestra
concert, Hill auditorium.
3;:00-Spedlal meeting Menorah soci-
SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1921.
ation, Departmental Conference:
T'he eleventh departmental conference of graduate students and others
alizing in Education will be held Monday evening, April 4, at 7 o'clock,
an Hall. G. M. WHIPPLE.
Phe Staff Club, Homoeopathic Hospital, will be addressed at 12 o'clock,
lay, April 4, by Mr. Fred N. Scott, Professor of Rhetoric.
W. B. HINSDALE, Dean.
Dr. H. H. Sheldon will speak at the Physics Colloquium on Tuesday,
1 5, at 4:20 p. m. in Room 202, Physics building, on "The Absorption
ases by Charcoal". All interested are cordially invited to attend.
H. A. SAWYER.
r Students of Electrical Engineering:
Students interested in the Graduate Student Courses of the Common-
th Edison Company of Chicago, can receive information from me. The
nonwealth Edison Company have authorized a class of not more than
ty men from all schools. JOHN C. PARKER..
nination in Zoology 3a:
Those who were absent from the preliminary examination in Heredity
arch 29 will meet in Room Z-355, Natural Science building at 4 p. m.,
day, April 5. A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
r Research Club:
rhe April meeting will be held in Rcroxii F 426, Natural Science, Tues-
at 8 p. m. The program will be as soflows:
Matrocliny ip Quantitative Charaevis in Tomatoes... .P. A. Warren.
Spectroscopy of the Extreme Ultrtvtfolet..............R. A. Sawyer.
R. 0. BRIGHAM, Secretary.
nts from Foreign Countries:
tudents from foreign countries interested in taking a trip through
tate of Michigan during the Spring Vacation will please consult with
t the following hours: Monday at 4-5 p. m.; Tuesday, Wednesday,
sday, Friday, 3-4 p. m. J. A. C. HILDNER.
men 'and Sophomores:
'he Health Lectures required of Freshmen will be repeated for those
ing late and as make ups in the Natural Science Auditorium at 3, 4
:30 as follows:
o. 1. April 20; No. '2, April 21; No. 3, Aprj1 22; No. 4, April 25; No. 5,
26; No. 6, April 28.
WARREN E. FORSYTHE, Director.
omics 2 - Written Examination on Monday, April 4, at 2 p. m.:
tudents will please go to the following rooms for the examination:
Mr. Seltzer's sections meet in Room 348 Engineering building.
Mr. Ellis' sections meet in Room 348 Engineering building.
Mr. Chamberlain's sections in Room 101 Economics building.
Mr. Lubin's sections in Room 101 Economics building.
Mr. Fleck's sections in Room B Law building.
Mr. Cahow's sections in Room B Law building.
Mr. Benner's sections in the Auditorium (Room 112) Pharmacol-
nts in Engineering and Architecture:
xaminations to remove deficiencies will begin on April 22. See the
ule of subjects and dates posted in' the halls and in the Secretary's
Students must secure slips from the office to presnt to instructors
the examinations. LOUIS A. HOPKINS.
of Departments and All Otbers interested:
48 University Exchange relative to construction of new apparatus
nstruments, and'repairs and adjustments to the same. The Central
are now fully equipped to take care of this work for the Univer-
- "Under the Clock Tower".
G. H. HARRISON,
Assistant Superintendent of Eng. Shops.
UH,1V LlHILj I
7:30-Professor Rankin addresses
Canadian club, room 302, Union.
Tickets are now on sale for the sen-
ior-faculty law dinner to be givenj
at 6:15 o'clock Tuesday evening in
The regular meeting of the Comedyl
club, which was to have been held
Tuesday, April 5, has been post-
poned until after vacation.
Membe s of Yeterans of Foreigft Wars
Post 422, will call at 604 Oakland
avenue for their dance tickets from
2 to 6 o'clock, Monday.
ST. JOSEPH TRIUMPHS OVER
RIVAL IN FINAL OURNEYJ
the middle of the floor giving St. Jos-
eph a' three point lead. ' Both got a
close basket for Farmington. Score,
St. Joseph 23, ,Farmington 22. Each
team scored from the foul line and a
second later time was called.
The game was a fitting ending for a
eery fast tournament that has been
well attended by basketball fans in the
city and from near-by towns.
All-star team class "B" high
L. Hager, Farmington..Right Potrard
Worley, St. Joseph ..........Center
Catherman, Farmington...Left Guard
Ankli (Capt.), St. Joseph..Right Guard
Coach Mather, Intramural Director
Mitchell, and the officials of the tourn-
ament made the above selections for
the first All-star team. The second
All-star team will be announced in
Tuesday mornings Daily.
Let me design and make your Spring
Dresses. Mrs. Eugene Crum, Vogue
Shoppe, Nickel's Arcade.--Adv.
ety, Lane hall.
3:30-Bayonne, N. J., club
room 304, Union.
5:45-Open forum previous
services, Unitarian Guild
Bauer,' Carson City...Lf Forward' Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
1 111 'II W llI11 1
6:00--Supper for Episcopal students,
6:00-Wesleyan guild meeting led by
Miss Lois Cochran, Methodist
7:30-Union services, hill auditorium.
5:00-Glee club rehearsal, Union.
6:15-Senior-faculty law dinner, room
7:00--Choral Union rehearsal, School
7:15--Undeclass conduct committee
meets, room 304, Union.
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onds to play neither team was able
to score. Evans advanced and Ban-
field made the throw. St. Joseph call-
ed ,time to talk things over and Ref-
eree Stevenson penalized them fodr
stalling. Banfield tied the score as the
gun ended the first overtime period:
The second period opened fast, Har-
ger fouled and was disqualified, Evans
made the throw, score St. Joseph 21,
Farmington 20. Banfield missed after;
Evans fouled. Skibbe threw one from
Le.t's Co iRiding!
The Sign of the Best
Saddle Ponies and Horses
Ho ses Delwered to Ladies
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ON AND DISCUSSION TO
FEATURE CHURCH SERVICES
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y Lutheran church at 10:30
sy Ministries"- will be the topic
v. Lloyd C. Douglas at the
ng worship at the Congrega-
church. At 12 o'clock the Uni-
y Religious forum will be ad-
d by Mr. Harry G. Mershon, who
;peak on "What. Did Jesus Ac-
ish by Death?" and by Oscar A.
, '21, who recently won first
in the University Oratorical
t. Brown's talk, which will be
umania, will be the last of those
by students from other lands.
he First Methodist church Rev.
rW. Stalker will speak on "To-
'omorrow" at the 10:30 o'clock'
e. At the Bible classes to be
t 12 o'clock there will be ad-
s by several different men.
We Believe in God?" the second
r to the questions of the Chi-
tudents of the University of
o, willbe delivered at the Pres-,
n church today. At 12 o clock
V. D. Henderson, director of the
sity Extension division, will
on "Sarah and Hagar" and spe-
usic will be furnished by the
OPERA SHOWS PREDICT
SUCCESS ON COMING TRIP
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vamps for popular favor while
sh lads in their gay red suits
i the necessary devilish ele-
a the comedy. Witty lines and+
nt portrayal of charater roles
al humor to the opera, which,
-V to custom. does not dnAnd
ing, the last that will be given in Ann
Arbor, was even more enthusiasti'cally
given and received than the other
shows. A week of comparative rest
Will follow for the members of the
company .and then Friday night they
will leave for the first out-of-town
performance at Battle Creek. The sat-
isfactory receptions that were ac-
corded the show here are hoped to
serve as a prediction of the success
that will be accorded it elsewhere.
Use Classified advertising and sell
your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.
FOR ANY TYPE OF DANCING
may easily be satisfied at
SOFT SHOE DANCING
BALL ROOM DANCING
W eaim to make you graceful
In addition to knowing steps
PHILIP. MILLER, '23
Studio--W4 E. Huron St.
ON Tuesday evening, between 7 and
9:30 o'clock, we have arranged to
have several of the leading members
of the TOP O' TH' MORNIN' cast give
of the Opera
They wil, in addition,
some of the new popular hits that we
Made to Your Measure
have recently received.
$45.00 and up
YOU 4ND YOUR FRIENDS ARE INVI TED
ofrs, . .Li Lut