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ILL PLAYT THEIR
AWE FOR THE
1 wind up its hockey
sday night, when Wis-
re' for the final match
eries. The contest will
ock. The Wolverines
eyed one game with the
dison, in which they
by a score of 6 to 5.
nined to make a clean
eries, especially since
game in which some
have a chance to de-
k has been very con-
r, having been .up to
every instance. Each
ved as the season has
hey are at the peak of
epared to win the fin-
the Wisconsin varsity
on is very optimistic
ue and has arranged
s to be erected in or-
-e of the large crowd
ad to attend this game.
team, and Comb, a goal tender, will be
the regulars left over from this year's
team, and Levi Zimmerman, and Ul-
fech are the substitutes who will be
available next winter. Each is a good
man, and with more experience will,
with the aid of the unknown material
yet to be uncovered, round themselves
into a smooth and wining colnbi-
nation, under the careful eye of Coath
Anderson, who. in all probability, will
be in charge of the team next year.-
Intram ural Items
Intramural basketball will be re-
sumed Tuesday night when various
class teams will hold practices on the
courts at the hours assigned them.
The call for class tryouts is a general
one, and all whd wish to play are to
report at the gymnasium in uniform.
Class managers will be in charge, but
where no manager has been elected,
the Intramural department will direct
the organization of the teams. If a
sufficient number of men report, more
than one team from a class will be
organized. In the professional colleges
where the upper classes are not so
large, thees two classes will be com-
bined into an upperclass team. The
School of Education, which includes
the new School of Coaching, will also
be given a team.
Tuesday night's schedule follows.
Practices for the other classes will be
scheduled for Friday night. At 7
o'clock there will be a semi-final con-
test in the Society league, and a first
round fraternity game which was left
over from Thursday. Tuesday, Feb. 21:
At 6:15 o'clock-Freshman engineers
vs. Soph engineers, Junigr engineers
vs. Senior 'engineers.. At 7 o'clock,
Foresters vs. Pharmics, Detroiters vs.
Architectural society, and Psi Upsilon
vs. Xi Psi Phi. At 9:30 o'clock, Fresh
lits, Soph lits, Junior lits and Senior
class swimming meet will be run off at
4 o'clock next Tuesday afternoon in
the Y. M. C. A. pool. The meet will
last for over a week and the finals
will be run off the following Thursday
night at 7:30 o'clockt This announce-
ment takes precedence over all former
All men who wish to participate in
the meet will be given the chance to
secure practice workouts on Monday
as the pool will be open for their use
The resuat 'ot kird " 'hocey
games follow: i Yflikp'ba P'si", E1ela
Upsilon 3; Beta Theti'IIfMSIf'i6na
Kappa 0; Alpha Chi Sigmi'5, fliermlt-
age 0; Fresh lits 5, Laws 1. "
Monday's hockey schedule is as fol--
lows: 3:30 o'clock-Acacia vs. Tri-
gon; 4:30 o'clock-Delta. Upsilon vs.
; rer ;o D. "I Fd - eita.
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The preliminaries in
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m the final whistle blows Tues.:
ight Barkell, Kerr, Kahn, Follis,
gret and Steketee will be lost to
am, for most of them have play-
eir allotted three years or else
raduate in June. These men have
instrumental in bringing, and
inug, hockey at Michigan, their
ill be sorely felt, and their plac-
rd to fill.
r, the reliable left wing, was
n of the first team of Wolver-
hat ever went through the sea-
,ithout a ' defeat, in 1920. Be-
Kerr, Barkell, Kahn, Follis, Ray
n, and Coach Anderson also
I on this team. Barkell, captain
1921 team, has been the Wol-
's high scorer this season. These
en have formed Michigan's for-
wall for the last three seasons.
another graduate, has been a
,r at defense for the last three
while Follis has alternated be-
defense and wings. The former
of the fastest men on the'team,
he latter has the most avoirdu-
lways using'it with great ad'van-
The loss of Sanregret and Stek-
ill leave big holes that will have
filled, for Sanregret has hela
right wing' in all of the games
ear, while Steketee, of football
has been a fixture at defense,
tower of strength to the team.
State and Huron Sts:
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
SUNDAY'S CHURCH SERVICES
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Feb. 19, 1922
is the subject of the sermon
at the 10:40 service.
PROFESSOR E. R. SUNDER-
LAND speaks at 6:30, Young
People's Meeting, on "A Law-
yer's Appraisal of Modern So-
ciety." Supper at $:45.
COr. Catherine and Dh
7:35 A. M.-Holy Con
10:30 A. M.-Morning P
Sermon by the Rev.
Ivins, D.D., dean of
4:30 P. M. - Evenh
and Address by. the
T. Webb. "Great l\
6:00 P. M.-Student
Harris Hall. Spe
From The Christian Century, February, 1922.
All Pews Free
"Was Lincoln a Christian?" The question has been much debated, but
the answer depends on what we mean by a ;Christian. If by a Christian we
mean a man who holds certain dogmas about Christ--the manner of his birth,
the nature of his person, and the works he wrought, as set forth in the creeds
-then Lincoln was not a Christian. . . . But if by a Christian we mean one
who honors Christ as the Teacher and Redeemer of men, and who tries, both
in private life and in public office, to obey what the mind of Christ would
command, then Lincoln was a Christian. If to have the spirit of Christ is to
be a Christian, then, surely, if ever of anyone, we may say of Lincoln, as
Tolstoy said, that he was 'a Christ in miniature.' He had a wise humility,
feeling that what he did was done through him by Another; he saw some-
thing divine and God-made in every man, even in his enemies, and he was
endlessly, foolishly, incredibly merciful. It is a part of the surprise and
grandeur of his life that, with his early skepticism and his growing cosmic
piety, he should have been accounted- the most Christ-like-man who has sat
in the White House.
4'' i w. r
Huron, elow State
R. EDWARD SAYLF4S, Minister
10:30--"Symmetry of Life.9'
12:00 - Sunday School. Guild
Class in the Guild House.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Cor. S. State and E. Washington Sts.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D, Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director
10:30 A. M.
4:00--Junior B. Y. P. U.
5:30-Senior B. Y. P. U.
6:00-Guild Social and
MORNING WORSHIP. S ubject: "YOUR RIGHTS IN
BIBLE SCHOOL for all ages.
New student classes will meet in the auditorium of
Social half hour for the young people.
"THE POWER OF CHOICE," subject of.Wesleyan Guild
devotional meeting. Leader: Miss Alene Davis.
Wesleyan Guild Lecture. MR. EDGAR GUEST, Speaker.
and Printed Sc
Sunday Class, for
7:30 P. M.
~'vri ti ab f'mmrr
arrival of the
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
Cor. Third and West Huron Sts.
C, A. BRAUER, Pastor
9:30 A. M.-Public worship
10:30 A. M.- Bible School.
11:30 A. M. - Public worship.
Subject: "I am the Resurrec-
tion and the Life."
Special Music: "Benedictus" (Gounod), the Chorus; "Lovely Appear"
(From The Redemption) (Gounod), "The Omnipotence" (Schu-
bert), Miss. Howe; "Let us who represent the Cherubim" (Rach-
maninoff'), the Chorus; "Pilgrim Song" (Tschaikowsky), Mr.
HTURON AND. DIVISION
CHURCN OF SI
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett, Minister
Lewis C. Reimann, Secretary Men Students
Miss Esther D. Nyland, Secretary Women Students
"THE NEW HERESY"
ROBERT FROST, MICHIGAN POET
will speak on
"THE WORLD WELL LOST"
YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING'
Social Half-Hour at 6:00. Program at 6:30.
George Sartoris, Grad., leads.
Theme: "The Sources of Happiness."
South University Al
F. P. ARTHUR, Pas
Church School at 9:30 A
Morning Worship at 10:
-The service will
charge of the Un
Men's Class of the
School. Several stude:
speak upon the topic:
gram for the Church."
Students Classes at noo
Coffman's .class will
"Moses an Industrial
er." Mrs. Arthur's cla
as their topic "Viev
views, and No Views."
tlan Endeavor at 6:30
ifth Are. and Washinmgto St.
. C. STELLHORN,
"Men make the biggest fools
of themselves in- spiritual mat-
ters. Such build their houses
of life upon foundations upon
which a man of ordinary intel-
ligence would not build- a cow-
shed." We help men to build
9:00 A. tM.-Bible study hour.
10:30 A. M.-,Communion serv-
5:30 P. M. - Student Forum.
Discussion topic, "Using Our
Bibles." Martha Mohnke,
7:30 P. M. - Sermon, "Better
Morning Worship 10;30 o'clock.
Rev. Walter B. Denny, minister of the (Congregational Church in Owos-
so will preach. His subject is: "SACRIFICE AND SONG."
Meetings for University students will not be held until next Sunday,
The February supper of the Congregational Students Association will
be held on Wednesday evening at the church at six o'clock. 0. W.H
Rush, '22, will present' to the church for the Association, a picture of
Lloyd C. Douglas, formerly minister of the church. Dr. John Gordon,
minister of the Second Congregational Church in Rockford, Illinois,
will speak on the subject: "The Larger Patriotism." Edgar Bradley,
'22, will act as toastmaster. All acceptances must, be in the office by
Fifth Ave. and Willam
Rev, L1F. Gunderman,
10:30 A. M. - "Differn
sponses to the Truti
6:30 P. M.-Luther
"Our Duties to our
7:30 P. M.-"Christia
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