rome, Sigma Chi, was
1, and Yutzy, Delta Tau
with 70. Other high scor-
acy, Phi Kappa Sigma, 69;
Sigma 'Delta, 67; and
a Psi, 53.
En- The first round of the interfrater-'
En- nity handball tournament must be
will completed by Tuesday noon and the re-
oph suits turned into the Intramural of-
loph flee. The gymnasium will be open;
Monday night from 6:30 to 10 o'clock!
for those houses which cannot ar-'
feat range to meet each other at any other
All- convenient time. The first results re-
Ming ported show that Lambda Chi Alpha
rom eliminated Phi Sigma Kappa in three
ney, straight games, 21 to 5, 21 to 9, 21
for to S.
eta rsi. itiis sceuule was origiai-
ly arranged for Tuesday night but as
the Class track meet is to be held then
it was necessary to change it to Wed-
A FIRST CALL FOR TENNIS
IS SOUNDED AT OHIO STATE
Columbus, 0., March 18.- Thirty
men have responded to the first call
for tennis candidates at Ohio State
university. The squad includes Captain
Carl Wirthwein, Judd, and Carran, let-
ter men from last year.'
Raymond L. Grisner, former Ver-
mont and Oxford star, will coach the
Scarlet and Gray racquet wielders.
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WOMEN IN RIFLE-
MEET WITH ILLINI
Women of the University have been
making good records in their rifle
work at the Armory, and a meet with
the women of Illinois university has
been scheduled for next Saturday aft-
ernoon. The women who will com-
pose the team have not as yet been
Aronstam Speaker at Menorah Meeting
Dr. N. G. Aronstam, of Detroit, will
be the speaker at the Menorah society
meeting today at 2:15 o'clock, in Lane
hall. He will speak on the subject of
dietary laws and their meaning.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv.
TWENTY-FOUR HOUR SERVICE
Restringing Done In Our Stor(
The interfraternity wrestling tour-
nament, gets under way Monday night
with the following schedule: 7:30,
Delta Tau Delta-Acacia; 8, Sigma Chi-
Beta Theta Pi; 8:30, Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon-Phi Kappa Psi; 9, Lambda Chi
Alpha-Alpha Chi Rho; 9:30, Trigon-
Alpha Deltat Phi. On Wednesday the
schedule is as follows: 7, Phi 'Sigma
Delta-Phi Delta Theta; 7:30, Kappa
Nu-Phi Kappa Sigma; 8, Alpha Chi
Sigma-Sigma Nu; 8:30, Delta Chi-
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-CHUP4CHES AND PRISONS"
10:40 a. im., March 19'
SUNDAY'S CHURCH SERVICES
What Others Say:
AN OPTIMISTIC WORD
Hope is one of the trio of Christian graces. It springs eternal
in the normal breast. Let us nourish it. Let us see the good and
overlook the evil, especially when we cannot remove it. I used to
imagine sometimes how awful it would be to lift the curtain of night
from one'of our big wicked cities and gaze, as God must gaze, upon
the dreadful sin and crime that flourish there under cover of the dark-
ness. I have wondered how God could stand it. And I have said
in my heart, "I am glad I am not God. I am glad I cannot see all
the evil of the world."
id But now I know there is another side to the picture,-a good
side, else even God could not endure it. For every soul going down
to ruin through sin and uncleanness,' there is another-yea, there are
many,-struggling upward toward purity and light and love and god-
liness. For every curse,-aye, many times over for every curse that
rings ouvthrough the darkness,-there is a prayer ascending from a
heart true and sincere, and every wicked deed is more than balanced
by gentle act of love and sympathy.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Cor. S. State and E. Washington Sts.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D, Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director
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Cor. Division and. Catherine Sts,
Third Sunday in Lent
7 30 A. M. - Holy Communion.
10:30 A. M. - Morning Prayer
and Sermon by the Reverend
John H. Lever, Social Service
Superintendent of the Diocese
4:30 P. M. - Evening Prayer
and Address, by the Reverend
Charles T. Webb. "Great Men
of the Christian Church: Ed-
ward the Confessor."
6:00 P. M. - Stugent Supper at
Harris Hall with address at
6:30 by Miss Agnes Hail, Sec-
retary for work among cql-
lege women in the Depart-
ment of Religious Education,
New York City.
Huron, Below State
P. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
10:30 A. M.-"Leanness of Soul."
12:00 -- Sunday School. Guild
Class in the Guild House.
10:30 A. X
4:00-Junior B. Y. P. U.
5:30--Senior B. Y. P. U.
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6:00-Guild Social and
6:30 P. M
7:30 P. M
1. Morning Worship. Pastor's Subject: "LENT'S FIRST
Special Musie: "Benedictus" (Gounod) the Chorus;
"Jesus, Gentlest Saviour" (Ward), the Chorus; "The
Lord is My Shepherd" (Ward), Mr. Wheeler.
n. BIBLE SCHOOL.. Student Class in Wesley Hall.
P. M. "OPEN HOUSE" at Wesley Hall, for all Methodist
[. WESLEYAN GUILD DEVOTIONAL MEETING. Leader,
MISS LOIS' HOUSEL.
1. WESLEYAN GUILD LECTURE. MR. JOHN J. TIGERT,
United States Commissioner of Education, Washington,
D. C., Speaker.
Special Music: "A Song in the Night' (Woodman), the
iChor-us; "He was Despised" (From the Messiah)
(Mendelssohn), Miss Howe.
ALL STUDENTS ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED.
and Printed Sch
Sunday Class for Men from
9;30 to 10:15
I-ON F ONRIST
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
Cor. Third, and West Hnron S s.
C, A. BRAUR, Pastor
9:30 A. M.-Public Worship
10:30 A. M.-Bible School.
11:30 A. M.-Our Invisible Foe.
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship.
Christ Before Herod.
Wetnesday Evening at 7:30: -
Washed in the Blood of the
F. P. ARTUR, stor
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett, D.D., Minister,
Lewis C. Renann, Secretary Men Students,
Miss Esther D. Nyland, Secretary Women Students
THE DOMINANT IDEAL OF THE AGE MATERIALISTIC
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FOR SALE-Piano; well built, sweet
toned Haynes Bros, $160. 508 E.
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double room for men, close to cam-
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FOR RENT-Rooms available now and
for summer school for men. Phone
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Prof. W. D. Henderson speaks on
"ANOTHER PHASE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT"
All Students are welcomed.
* * *, * * * *
YQUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING:
Social Half-Hour at 6:00. Program at 6:30.
William T. Williams, '23M, leads the discussion in
"IS THE CHURCH FUNDAMENTAL TO RELIGION?"
Bible School at 9:30 A. M.
Morning Service 10:30 A. M.
10:30 A. M.-A memorial service
for Dr. A. L. Shelton who was
recently killed by robbers in
Thibet. He was the first mis-
sionary to establish work in
this roof of the world. Dr.
Iden, who knew him personal-
ly, will speak of his work and
Studests' classes at noon. Mr.
'%Jffinan's claps will discuss
the Democratic Principles fqr
which Jlijah Stood.
Evening Service at 7:OQ.-S
ject: "Jesus as a Prophpt"
Fifth Aye. and Washingta St.
E. C. STELLHON,
The Atonement a Ransom.
"There is one God, and one
mediator between God and men,
the man Christ Jesus; who gave'
himself a ransom for all, to be
testified in due time."-I Tim. 2.
10:30 A. M. (German) -- "The
5:30 P. M. -- Student Forum.
Topic: "Are Bad Habits Nec-
essary?" Clarence Beckwith;.
7:30 P. M.-- Passion Service:
"In the Garden."
Morning Worship 10:30 o'clock.
The service of worship at ten-thirty will be directed
by Rev. Henry W. Gelston. His subject is: "The Ulti-
mate of Life." I ,
Rev. L. F, nndsrwn, Pjstoj'
The class for University students will meet at noon
under the leadership of Mr. George A. Kuyper.
On next Sunday evening, March 26, at seven o'clock,
Dean Cabot of the Medical School will speak before
the Congregational Students' Association on: "TE
RELATION OF SCIENCE TO IMMORTALITY." This
subject is especially interesting during the Lenten
season. The meeting is open- to all members of the
10:30 A. M.-"Forsai
6:30 P. M.--Luther
7:30 P. M.-"The R
of the Body."
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