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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IMEBCE SEIZES
IGUS LANDMARK
ontinued from Page One)
class struggle for undergradu-
premacy.
Pants Tables Preserved
being in the hospital now, I'
t tell you just what he does
doing with them," said Miss
"One thing I can vouch for,
r, and that is that Dad will
et them out of his possession,
he is assured that they will
Dme place where the students
alumni who come back for
s can always see them.
placards, you see, went with
l, and Dad has nothing to say
ing them, He really hated to
th them, because he always
ed them to be his only re-
nces of the boys who were all
nds-he always calls them
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only, this faint hope, that
y, perhaps in the near future,
it see Joe Parker's table topsl
g the walls of the Union tap-I
ad the corridors of the build-

ing I left, asking Miss Parker to con-
vey to her father my own best wishes
and those of the rest of the student
body for a speedy recovery.
As I walked slowly downrthe street;
night was falling and through the
veil of darkness which the fog had
thrown about the town, I seemed
to discern a figure-the figure of an
old man, bearded and gray-headed,
on a horse, brandishing not a sword,
as might be expected, but a book. As
he drew nearer, I made out that it
was a book of laws, bound in blue, on
the cover of which were inscribed
the words-"Thou Shalt Not." It was
Reform-the spirit of the twentieth
century-which in its, sweeping con-
quest, carried away both "Joe's" and
the "Orient.'
STUDENTS COMBINE
LEARIN6_EAN1N6
(Continued from Page One)
partment, 6 in the physics depart- j
ment, 4 in the political science de-
partment, 3 in the public speaking
department, 5 in the rhetoric depart-
ment, 13 in the zoology department,

1 in the landscape design department,
1 in the minerology department, and
2 in the roman language department.
In the engineering college the
english administration employs 8
students, the architecture depart-
ment 4, the chemical engineering de-
partment 8, the civil engineering de-
partment 11, the drawing department
12, the mechanics department 6, the
marine department 2, the mechanical
engineering department 13, the mod-
ern language department 2, the sur-
veying department 9, the shops 5, and
the electrical engineering department
5.
Medical School Workers
The Medical school employs 5 stu-
dents in the anatomy department, 9
in the hygiene department, and 6 in
the physiology department.
The Museum is at the present time
using 6 students as assistants, while
the University Extension Service em-
ploys 2. Twelve students are on the
general administration, 1 on the
housing bureau, 1 on the Daily bul-
letin. The storehouse employs 1 stu-
dent, as does the health service, while
the buildings and grounds department
is using three students as draftsmen.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

Chimes To Offer
More Writing By
Famous( Graduates
(Continued from Page One)
though that too has its place,-but
opinions backed by tangible, concrete
experiences in theoutside world, and
stories by Michigan alumni who have
proved their claim to a place in the
literary hall of fame.
With thl ifi view, Chimes got busy.
The editors w.-prc ss great satisfaction
at the responses of the alumni aid
faculty. It is through their co-oper-
ation that the campus has' had the
great stream of stories and articles
by noted alumni and faculty mem-
bers in this and the preceding issues.
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USEINA SUE!Is NME
OF' JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY
(Continued from Page One)
Stein, Athalie Hough, Mary Jane Law-
son, Elizabeth Howard, Elizabeth
Hamer, Margaret Scamahorne.,
Frances Todd, Edith Parker, Genev-
ra Parker, Judith Jenison, Laura Pat-
terson, Marion Koepcke, Helen Con-
don, Helen Mitchell, Edith Cady,
Marie Gaertner.
Bernice Frazer, Margaret Stone,
Beata Hasley, Norma Judson, Sara
Waller, Dana Pettibone, Eleanor
Brown, Caroline Napier, Ruth Ann
Watkins, Clarabelle Day, Jean Water-
bury, Josephine Barton.
Hazel Storz, Doris Sprague, Harriet
Gustin,r Josephine Walter, Dora Rit-

Helen White, Carol McDonald, Mar

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garet Spalding, Selma Mueller, Ber-
tral Summers, Thekla Wermuth,
Helen Shaw, Elnor Chamberlain, Flor-
ence Thompson.
The play committee is composed of:
Edna Groff, general chairman; Caro-
line Leonard, assistant; Harriet Gus-
tin, business manager; Edith Cady.
property chairman; Elizabeth Vick-
ery, publicity chairman; Frances Wei-

mer, costume chairman; Margaret
Tibbals, lyric chairman; and Florence

Shirey, music chairman.

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I will guarantee you good income if
you will talk stocks and bonds during
your spare time. See Read Smith, Al-
lenel Hotel, Thursday or Friday.-
Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Ady.

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Cor. Catherine and Division Sts.
Rev. Henry Tatlook, D.D., Rector
Rev. Charles T. Webb, Cuate
7:35 A. M. - Holy Communion.
10:30 A. M. --Confirmation Ser-
vice. The preacher will be
Bishop Charles D. Williams,
whose subject will be "The
Gospel for a Day of Disillu-
sionment."
4:30 P. M. - Evening. Service
and Address by the Curate,
"The Development of the He-
brew Scriptures."
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLE
South University Ave.
F. P. ARTHUR, PAsTOR
Maurice, Taylor, Bible School
Superintendent
10:30 A. M.-Subject: The Mind
of Christ.
Evangelism will dominate the
evening services in March.
Tonight Mr. Arthur will speak
on -The Province of Preach-
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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Sts. :
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister

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chie, Dorothy Baisley, Eleanor Neil,
Euphemia Carnahan, Helen McCal-
lum, Margaret Zeller.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST
Church Edifice, 409 S. Division

Headquarters in Lane Hall.

Classes meet .n the "Upper
Room." I

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- TOMORROW

- TUESDAY

A ttraction xrxtraordinary

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Upper Room Bible Class Sat-
urday evenings. University
Men's Bible Class Sunday
morning.
Ask for printed circular an-
nouncing six courses.
Read the Upper Room Bulletin.
THOMAS M. IDEN,
Instructor.

10:40 A. M. - "What the Sym-
bols Ought to Symbolize." A
double meaning has historic-
ally been, given to the Lent-
Easter season. The modern
question is- how far is the
truest and best expression of
what we ought to feel about
the Spring and about the
"passion" of Jesus.
5:45 P. M. - Y. P. R. U. Social
Hour.
6:30 P. M. - Forum of Religion.
Mir. StewartrBaxter, President
of the S. C A. will speak on
the topic, "The Eyes of. Youth."
Seats are all free.

Sunday services at 10:30 A.M.
Subject - "Substance." Testi-
mbnial meeting, Wednesday ev-
ening at 7:30. A cordial invita-,
tion is extended to all. Sunday
School at 11:45 A. M., to which
pupils under 20 years may be
admitted. A public reading
room, 236 Nickels Arcade, is
open daily, except Sundays and
holidays, from 12 to 5 o'clock.

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FIRST
BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron St., Below State
J. M. WELLS, MINISTER
321 East Ann Street
Dr. Clarence A. Barbour, Pres-'
ident of Rochester Theological
Seminary will speak at both
morning and evening services.
Music by double quartette un-
derdirection of Mrs. Geo.' B.
Rhead.
10:30 A. M.-"The Master's Def-
inition -of Life."

PRESBYTERJAN CHURCH
"CHRISTIANITY ON TRIAL"
"Christianity has been put on trial by the'Chinese students in the
University of Chicago. To a group of men interested in the Christian
Religion the following questions have been sent:
What is your idea of God? Do you blieve in God? Why? y
King Sin Wang, a student, to whom the questionnaires 'are to be
returned, explained: "We are attempting to learn the ideas of the
leading men of this country on Christianity in order that we 'may
form our own opinions.. There are three things 4e are trying to
learn
1. What is it which people believe?
2. Is the object of their belief real or not? ,
3. Has such a belief any value, if socially or ethically consid-
ered?"
Theme for sermon March 13-What is your idea of God?
Theme for sermon March 20-Why do we believe in God?
Rev. L. A. Barrett will answer these questions in the above ser-
mons and submit his manuscripts to King ,Sin Wang.
6:00 P. M. -Young People's Meeting. Social Half-Hour. Topic:
"Lessons from Esther." Leader-Mildred Lawton.]
Inaugural Banquet for all Presbyterian Students March 24

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TANTED-At once! Some
one to help a gay young
fellow spend a million dol-
lars. No limit on applica-
tions. Line norms on' the
right.
on see, Brewster had to
luander that million in a
ear. But his fool bets always
on and his wildcat schemes
me back with kittens. So
e'd given up hope of ever
eing poor, when-wow!
bag full of thrills and ro.
ance, bursting with golden

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D., Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director

7:30 P. M.-"The Land of the
Undiscovered."

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Sunday, March 13, 1921

TRINITY LU'FHERAN
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and William St.
Rev. Lloyd Merl Wallick,
Pastor
lMarch 13, 1921
10:30 A. M. - Rev. Howard R.
Chapman, Baptist student pas-
tor, preaches on the theme,
"Fellowship in Christ's Suffer-
ings."

10:30 A. M. The Soul's White Plague.
12:00 M. Student Bible Classes.

6:00 P. M. Social Half-Hour.

" 6:30 P. M.
7:30 P. M.

Young People's Devotional Meeting. Ward Hopkins,

iughter.
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Wesleyan Guild Lecture. Oriental Flashlights.
Stidger, D.D.
SPECIAL INVITATION TO ALL STUDENTS

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A. M. -- Sunday School.
ident Classes.

screen version 1oo per cent more elaborate than the celebrated stage success

ZION LUTHERAN m
CHURCH
Fifth Avd. and Washington St.
REV. E. C. STELLHORN,
Pastor
120 Packard Street

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CAST

mt Brewster.................Roscoe Arbuckle Col. Drew........................Charles Ogle
gy........................Betty Ross Clark MacLeod. ....................Neely Edwards
Brewster........................Fred Huntly Harrison........................William Boyd
s. Brewster..................Marion Skinner Ellis.............................L. J. McCarthy
Ingraham....................James Corrigan Pettingill......................Parker McConnell
bara Drew.......................Jean Acker Blake.................. ........John McFarland
Owing to Capacity Business by Attending the MATINEES You will Avoid having to Stand
From the Novel by George Varr McCutcheon and the Play by Winchell SmiTh
omedy "TORCHY'S DOUBLE TRIUMPHI"
KINOGRAM NEWS - ORCHESTRA- TIONSUNSHINE - LOUIS SILVERS
Full Orchestra all Day - Showing 1:30, 3:00, 4:30, 7:00, 8:30

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MORNING WORSHIP

10:25

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

The Associate Minister will speak at the morning ser-vice:
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THE YOUNG MAN WHO FLED

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There is such a thing as spirit-
ual insensibility. The Spirit
of God is ceasing to strive,
and Jesus to call. If it is
creeping over you, it is time
to be anxious, high time to
rouse yourself.
10:30 A. M.-"Heaven Unlock-
ed."
7:30 P. M. - "Herod, A Man
to Whom Jesus Would Not
Speak."
Both services in the English
language.

University Religious
H. Haas will speak:
Foreign Field."

Forum, 12:00 o'clock. Mrs. Cyril
"Opportunities for Women on the

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The second of the series of talks on Cosmopolitan-sub-
jects will be given by Ramon Capistrano. Grad., and Man-
uel Pablo, '22E, at 6:30. The subject is the Philippines.

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