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IURDAY, MARCH 11, 1922 Number 116
ing of the Senate Council In the President's office
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.
the University Senate will be on Monday, March
embers, of the Directors of the Michigan Union,
1 of Athletics.
Committee on University Extension Lectures.
e Professors Beman, Bogle, and Van Zwaluwen-
J. L. MARKLEY,
000 and 2000 francs, respectively, are available for
e American School in France of Prehistoric Stud-
made to Charles Peabody, Peabody Museum,
bridge, Mass. Those interested are advised to
Remain For Play
Today will be the last day for the
regular sale of Junior Girls' play tick-
ets at the box office of Hill auditorium.
Tickets will be on sale from 9 to 12
and from 2 to 5 o'clock.
Notwithstanding the fact that tick-
ets went almost as fast the second day
of the sale as the first, there are still
number of desirable seats left espec-
ially for the Friday night performance.
Rehearsals for the play are progress-
ing rapidly. The first night rehearsal
for the entire cast was held last night
with evidences of great improvement.
"With steady practice the next two
weeks, there is no reason why this
year's play cannot successfully rival
all previous productions," said Elsa
Oiesen, chairman of the play.
JUNIOR LITS WILL HOLD
MIXER TD1S AFTERNOON
Junior literary men and women will
hold a class mixer from 2 to 5 o'clock
this afternoon in the parlors of Bar-
hour gymnasium. Good music has
been procured, and refreshments will
be served. Tickets have been on sale
for the last few days by various mem-
bers of the literary class of '23 all
over the campus, and will also be on
sal at the door.
and 25 cents.
Al Campus ier Today
An All-campus mixer is to be held
from 2:30 to 5:30 this afternoon at the
rnion. Owing to the success of all
the preceding mixers, it is expected
that a large crowd will be on hand.
Women will be admitted free and men
will be charged 75 cents.
ning service of the C
deavor of the Congrega
His topic will be "A
Europe to the Christia
Wednesday and Saturd
Friday, March 10th.
Tickets at Wahr's and Graham's
"The Rose and the Ring"
"Rip Van Winkle"
Tony Sarg s Marionettes
Buy your class toques from Dail,
F. A ROBBINS.
Tuesday, March 14, is postponed for one week.
W. W. DENTON, Secretary.
State and Huron Sts.
SUNDAY'S CHURCH, SERVICES
.-be a meeting of the Forum in Natural Science Auditorium;
.g, March 13, at 7:30, to discuss "Proposals for a College Con-
any other matters that may be brought up. All members of
f Instructor's rank and up, are urged to be present.
RAY K. IMMEL, Secretary.
PS GOING ON
opus mixer at Union.
Institute club gives re-
r Mr. Ferris and alumni
astitute at the Congrega-
rch parlors. Banquet at
Room Bible class meets
eet at Masonic tem-
t Mimes theater.
Men's Bible class
room, Lane hall.
lety meets at Lane
n will be discussed
class, Church of
IL Brumm speaks at
way, '04, speaks ,on
Dortuinties." at Un-
oom 304, Unil
at the Presby.
1, of Detroit,
be "A Mess-
WANTS B1IG6ER SOPH PO
'24 MAN BELIEVES TICKET SYS-
TEM UNFAIR; ASKS FOR LARGER
Editor of The Daily:
Dear Sir - Undoubtedly many
members of the class of '24 are won-
dering just' why they have been una-
ble to, get a ticket for the coming
Soph Prom to be held this month. The
reason give, by the. committee in
charge is "Preceded by over 250."
I want it to be plainly understood
that I have nothing whatever against
the members of that committee, from
ja personal standpoint. What I should
like to know, and I am sure there are
many others like myself, is, why has-
n't the committee adopted a better and
fairer method of accepting applica-
tions for tickets. Why did it not fol.
low that method used by the class of
'23, when it distributed the tickets to
those who had been waiting in line
at the Union.-
Suggests Use of Gymnasium
Then another thing, why hasn't the
committee been !able to get a bigger
place than the Union biloom in
which to give the; affair. The Daily
yesterday stated that 580 applications
for tickets had been receivd and that
only 250 had been accepted.
Don't you think it would have been
much fairer to all concerned if the
Waterman and Barbour gymnasiums
were used for the occasion? It is ev-
ident that since there were 580 appli-
cations received, there are 580 stu-
dents ready to subscribe to such an
affair as the Prom. Why then wasn't
it possible for the committee to adopt
means of accommodating all those
who sent in requests?
Thinks More Would Apply
No doubt there are many more who
did not send) in any application be-
cause they thought they would be un-
successful. Even these would apply
for tickets. if larger quarters were
chosen for the dance.
It must be borne in mind that we
are sophomores but once. The Soph
Prom is our biggest social event. Why
then not accommodate all those will-
ing to subscribe? There is still time
for action and I think that either a
meeting of the sophomore class be
called or a. thorough explanation be
forthcoming from those responsible.
COMMITTEE MEETING ON BONUS
POSTPONED UNTIL MONDAY
'Washington, March 10.-Announce-
iment by Chairman Fordney that the
house ways and means committee
would meet Monday, instead of to-
morrow, to consider the compromise
soldier bonus bill' was the chief de-
velopment today in the bonus situa-
Strike Vote Completed
Indianapolis, March 1.-The strike
vote of soft coal miners was completed
tonight by local unions scattered.
throughout the country and though
the exact returns will not be known
for a week, officials of the -United
Mine Workers :of America here be-
lieve that nine-tenths of the workers
cast their ballots for a walkout on
April 1 unless a new wage agreement
is made in the meantime.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
WAS JESUS A LIBERAL?
The Unitarian view is that theI
Gospels do 7.ot present any con-
sistent view of Jesus: we have
to think. 10:40 a. m., Feb. 12.
MR. SOTOKICHI KATSUIZUMI
speaks at 6:30 on the results of
the Washington Conference. Y.
P. R. U. Supper precedes at 5:45.
us if our spiritual sense atrophy.,
The fges of our own
household shall surely prevail against us unless there be in
our people an inner life which finds its outward expression
in a morality not very widely different from that preached
by the seers and prophets of Judea when the grandeur that
was Greece and the glory that was Rome still lay in the
Huron, Below State
"The most perfect machinery of government will not
I. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
10:30-"Relieving and Belief."
. Mr. Sayles.
12:00 - Sunday School. Guild
Class in the Guild House.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Cor. S. Stateland E. Washington Sts.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D., Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. MPORE, Student Director
10:30 A. M.
4:00-Junior B. Y. P. U.
5:30-Senior B. Y. P. U.
Morning Worship: Pastor's Subject: "HOW TO OB-
Special Music: "Romance" (Wieniawski), Miss Struble
and Mr. Brooks; "Benedictus" (Gounod), the Chorus;
"Why Art Thou Cast Down" (Spicker), the Chorus;
"At the Cross Her Station Keeping," Mrs. Wheeler and
ST. PAUL'S LUTNERAN
Cor. Third and West Huron Sts.
C, A. BRAUEB, Pastor
9:30 A. M.--Public Worship
(German). Subject, "Is Feel-
10:30 A. M.-Bible School.
11:30 A. M.-Public Worship.
7:30 P. M. - Lenten Service.
12:00 Noon. Bible Classes for Students in Wesley Hall.
4:00-6:00 P. M. Social time for the young people in Wesley Hall.
6:30 P. M. MR. ELMER DeGOWEN, Leader of the Wesleyan Guild
STUDENTS INVITED TO ALL OF THE SERVICES.
PRESBY TERIA N CHURCH
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett, D.D., Minister
Lewis C. Reimann, Secretary Men Students.
Esther D. Nyland, Secretary Women Students
Cor. Division and Catherin
2nd Sunday in Lent
7:35 A. M.-Holy Commi
9:15 A. M.-Church Schc
10:30 A. M. - Morning I
and Sermon by the Rev.
4:30 P. M. - Evening I
and Address by the
Charles T. Webb: "Grea
of the Christian Church:
6:30 P. M.-Student Supp
Harris Hall. Speaker,
George Wilner of the
keep us as a nation from destruction if there is not within
us a soul. No abounding material prosperity shall avail
F. P. AR
Ion of Chinese and
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er is out and may
h, March 10. - The
swimming team was
the University of
team here today by a
4147. Records were
the back stroke, breast
"RELOAD THE OLD ARTILLERY"
PROF. JOHN R. BRUMM WILL SPEAK'
A Model Conve
"Christ before Pi-
Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. - Mid-
week Lenten Service. Germany
subject: "The Lamb's Blood
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELLHORN,
YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING
Social Half-Hour at 6:00. Program at 6:30.
Ethel, Brown, '21, of Detroit, will lead the meeting.
Topic: "Is Christ Fundamental in Religion?"
Bible School at 9:30 A
A Class in Church Histc
every Wednesday eve
Notice that Evening
will be held Sunday
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The Atonement a Sacrifle.
"But now once in the end of
the world hath He (Jesus) ap-
peared to put away sin by the
sacrifice of Himself." Hebrews
10:30.A. M.-Victory our Joy.
5:30 P. M.-Student Forum. N.
Robert Lindquist will lead in
answering the question, Dq
Our Churches Need More'
7:30 P. M. - Passion service.
Sermon, In the Upper Room.
All services English.
Morning Worship 10:30 o'clock.
Rev George L Cady of New York City 'Will preach
at the morning services in this church at.ten-thirty.
Dr. Cady is the president of the American Missionary
Association, one of the boards of the Congregational
churches. His subject is:
"THE CHALLENGE TO AMERICAN DEMOCRACY."
Rev. L. F. Gunderman,
Fifth Ave. and
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9:30 A. M.-Sunday Sc
10:30 A. M.-The Morniz
7:30 P. M.--The vesper
On account of the Union services in Hill auditorium,
there. will be no meeting of the Congregational Stu-
dents' Association. Miss Helen Barrett Montgomery
speaks at the Auditorium at seven-thirty oclock.
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