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ury to any person while actively on duty in the
of Michigan, such accident must be immediately
ie Secretary of the University by the.supervisor
or service of the person injured. The juestion
ompensatory may be settled afterward.
ge of tis notice is not that of the undersigned,
I regulations of the State of Michigan.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
ld in Newberry Hall Auditorium on Monday at
n, representative of the Carnegie Foundation, will
w in force in the University and the relationship
'oblem of personal insurance. At the same time
e insurance problems of those men who are eligi-'
resent rules of the Carnegie Foundation.
r, a member of the Board of Trustees of the
nnuity Association, and Professor L. C. Karpin-
er universities as a representative of the Foun-
I participate in the discussion.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
Literature, Science, and the Arts:
g of the Faculty of the College of Literature, Sci-
March 6, at 4:10 p. m. in Newberry Hall to con-
mmittee on Requirements for the Teachers' Cer-
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
who have been placed on warning or probation
ring my morning office hours as soon as possible.
MYRA B. JORDAN, Dean of Women.
202, General Counsel for the Carter Oil Company,
a series of lectures on the-law of Oil and Gas
4 p. m. Room Ci in the Law building. These lec-
it the same hour, throughout the week, and will
EVANS HOLBROOK, Secretary.
.ensary hours, Health Service Physicians may be
calling University Central. The regular fees col-
' such calls are $1.00 between 6 a. m. and 9 p. m.
W. E. FORSYTHE.
it Conference for Graduate Students specializing
/onday evening, March 6, 1922, in Room 105 Tap-
G. M. WHIPPLE.
eting will be held in Room 427, N. S. at 8 o'clock,
in Zoology, with Demonstrations.-A. 0. Orten-
Engines.-S. R. Parsons.
H. R. SNOW, Secretary.
_lub will meet Thursday, March 9, in Helen New-
sharp. Robert Frost will talk to the club at this
NEIL E. COOK, President.
auditorium, Lane hall.
An exhibit of Holbein prints and orig-
inal illustrations is on display in
the west gallery of Alumni Memor-
SUNDAY SERYCES IN
U AUU BIOR CHURCHES
Special preachers from other cities
will fill the pulpits at the Congrega-
tional church and at St. Andrew's
Episcopal church today. Their special
messages, communion services and
discussions of Lenten topics are the
outstanding feature of the Ann Arbor
Sunday religious -services.
Dr. Gerald B. Smith, of the Univer-'
sity of Chicago Divinty. school, will
direct the morning service at the Con-1
gregational church. His topic will be
"The Challenge of Disillusionment."
Rev. Richard W. Hogue, of Philadel-
phia, will occupy the pulipt of St. An-
drew's Episcopal church this morn-
ing. Holy Communion will be admin-
istered then and at 7:35 o'clock. At
the 4:30 o'clock service Rev. Webb will
speak on Saints Cyril and Methodius.
Review "The Brimming Cup"
"The Cross and Life" is the subject
of the morning sermon by Dr. A. W.
Stalker at the Methodist church. The
-noon Bible classes will be held in the
newly opened 'Wesley hall directly
north of the church on State .street.
A book review of "The Brimming Cup"
will be the subject for the evening
"Cynic and Citizen" will be the sub-
ject of the sermon in the morning at
the Unitarian church by Rev. S. S.
Robins. Mr. Louis C. Reiman, direct-
or of the Student Christian associa-
tion, will speak at 6:30 o'clock on
"Essentials of Campus Life."
The communion service will be held
in the morning at the Presbyterian
church. Prof. W. D. Henderson will
speak before the class for students at
noon, and the "Upper Room" Bible
'mass 'will meet as usual at 9:30.
o'clock inLane hall.s"TheaLord's
Prayer" will be the topic in the morn-
ing and "I Seek Not Yours, But
You" the topic in the evening, both
by Rev. FP. Arthur at the Church of
Lutheran Services Unchanged
Rev. L. F. Gunderman at Trinity
Lutheran,. church will preach on "The
Observance of Lent" in the morning,
and "Death in Immortality" at night.
All the usual services will be held at
St. Paul's Lutheran church. "For
Their Sakes" will be the subject for
the morning sermon 'by Rev. R. E.
Sayles at the Baptist church. All the
other services as usual. Passion serv-
ice will be held at night at Zion
Lutheran church. Rev. Stellhorn will
use as his topic "The Preparation."
604 E. WASHINCTON
WOLVERINES DEFEAT IOWA
IN RARD FOUGHT CONTEST
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fense. After one of the Iowa long
shots had found its mark making the
count 18 to 17 in the visitors' favor
Birks took the ball from under the,
Hawkeye basket, and unassisted, drib-
bled the ball' the entire length of the
floor to the Michigan basket, where
he paused only long enough to make
sure of his shot. The ball cleared the
ring for the two points which put
Michigan in front and it was this bas-
ket that put the tussle on ice for
Rea Enters Fray
Captain Rea was sent in shortly.
after the second half had opened to
stop the antics of Shimek. Rea's left
arm still showed the results of the
injury which retired him after the
Wisconsin fray. Despite this handi-I
cap the Wolverine leader showed
flashes of form that made him famous
throughout the' Conference. Assigned
to the difficult task of holding the
Iowa Captain Rea repeatedly foiled his1
opponent's chances for shots and the
nomenally, and following Mather's verines will hold
strategy, the Wolverine high score to second place, w
men kept Michigan's total count on surpassed by no
the upward mount. Time 'after time ence.
Ely broke lose from the defense that Iowa
had been stationed around him to stop! L man .......L
his scoring and was successful in Votmer .... RI
carrying' the ball to the Michigan Burgitt ........(
goal only to lose a close shot. Toward Shimek .......L
the close of the fray, Ely's attempts Hicks ......... R
met with success and -the big center, Summary: Fiel,
who has failed to meet his match on Miller 3, Ely 2, Kil
a Big Ten court this year, succeeded Shimek 6, Lohma
in caging two well directed shots, throws, Michigan,
The work of Bill Miller in amass- Iowa, Shimek 3
ing 17 of Michigan's 25 points kept throws, Michigan,
the Varsity's stellar forward in run- per for Rea, Iowa
ning for 'high score honors of the McGovney for Bu
Conference. Miller is headed only by Lohman. Refere
Carney of Illinois and Shimek of Umpire, McCord,
Iowa. Miller's feat in outscoring his
Hawkeye rival places him on the Illinois Wi
heels of Shimek, with a royal chance Urbana, March
of finishing ahead of him. Northwestern 36
Michigan's victory places Mather's Conference swim
men in a tie with Illinois, both teams day. Northweste:
having seven wins and four defeats. basketball game
If the Wolverines win from North. the relay.
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DeQuervain-Clinical Surg. Diagnosis
Treves -Surgical Applied Anatomy
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The .Kut Kost Oven
For single burner, very economical, price $1.00. Try
All kinds of SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES, SHUTT
BOBBINS, BELTS, OIL and CANS
Roller Skates, Ball. Bearing
For the younsters, Springtime is most here, let
have a good time.
Armstrongelectric Table Stove
Electric Fixtures and lamps, electric bulbs, Hylo I
alarmn clocks, Watches, Auto Accessories
reliminary'meeting of those interested in a possible
upon Light, Shade, and Color, with special reference
nesday, March 8, at 4 in Room 301, Physics building.
t for "Shavings":'
en put on the squad for further try-outs for parts in
'uesday, March 7, at 3 o'clock in the Auditorium o.f
his time the play will be read and parts assigned.
ho have not tried-out may do so Monday at 5 in Room
R. D. T. HOLLISTER, Director.
.ey from the sale of All Nation Vodvil tickets please
mmii between 3 and o'clock Monday, March 6.
J. A. C. HILDNER.
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SHNUBERT week Tn-ht Sun., Mar. 5
mii will ans-
ig the Lim-
6:00-Social half-hour at First Presby-
6:30- Art Heyl, '23M, leads First Pres-
byterian Y. P. meeting on subject,
'Is Religion a Fundamental of
7:00-Students' Forum meets at Con-
7:00-Course III, general survey of
the Bible, meets in Upper Room,
7:00-Institute of Religious Education
meets at Lane hall.
7:30--arsity Glee club meets at
6:00-Dinner for Junior and senior
classes of the Schol of Education at
6:30-American Chemical society, U.
of M. section, dinner at Union.
7:30-Cercle Franeais meets in Cer-
cle. Francais room, South Wing.
7:30-Boxing club meets at Union.
7:30-Saginaw club meets, Union.
8:00-Acolytes meet in room 106, Ma-i
8 :0-ll1ihand Park club meets in11
in a Comedy with Songs
orr e sp on dence Stationery
Stock Reducing Sale
All clean undamaged stock at big discount
UNIVERSITY LAWN (Sawaco Fabric)
42sheets and 25 envelopes . . . . 40c
HAMMERMILL BOND, folded
1 pound paper 20c; 25 envelopes 10c
Many good numbers of Hurd, Hampshire, Ward
and other plain and die embossed University and
Leather loose leaf note and scrap books 40% off.
Typewriting Paper 25c per pound up.
stian Science at
11 hall. .
concert at Hill
ity band at Hill
Hear Soanan's NeW Song Hits
"Kathleen," "Mavourneen," "My Galway Rose," "An Irish Song
Will Live.as Long as Life and Love Shall Last," "Judy, You're the
Jewel of The Al." And the old Favorite Melodies,.
SPECIAL NUMBERS ON IRISH HARP AND BAGPIPES
Evenings- 50c to $2 Saturday Ivatinse S0c to* $150 .Wcd.Mat. .50
0. D. MORRILL,
Christian Science Society Cordially invites You to Attend.
By William D. Klpatrick, C. S. B, of DetroIt, Mich[gan
Michigan Alumnus '98
aswelt Angell Hall