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April 23, 1922 - Image 4

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'NC- and artistic work may be Judged
human, instead of sex, standards.
Makes for United Michigan
If the rules governing participati
in camus activities are made to hi
e o monize with national practice c
so. cerning sex distinctions there is
par- danger that we shall have women
tivi- our football teams or gridiron here
inly prominent in the Women's Leag
to- The opera will remain masculine a
t a the Junior Girls play feminine. B
chi- we shall have a united Michigan, w
all its students taking a mutual, a
sex occasionally a cooperative, interest
each other's enterprises. Furtht
i more, as a co-educational universi
sex we shall not present the pecul
co- spectacle of an institution which
con- any pa't of its policy neglects t
tivi- ideals which make its existence pc
yi ible.
M. S. Kerns, Grad:
oe
theSUNDAY SERICES IN
;iple e
te
em-

an educator in India, will speak on
"The Mass Movement in India as I
Saw It."
Methodist
by Dr. A. W. Stalker at the Methodist
church will speak on "The Image with
Feet of Clay" in the morning and
"Hail Dear Conqueror" in the evening
[on service. Special musho has been pro-
ar' vided 'for these meetings. Bible
on- classes in Wesley hall at noon and
no Open House for students in Wesley
on hall in the afternoon from 4:00 to
oes 6:30 o'clock.
ue. - Unitarian
tlid "The Spirit of Back Home" is the
Bt title of the sermon of Dr. Sidney S.
nd Robins to be delivered to Odd Fellows'
In and others in the morning at the Uni-
er tarain church. "The Sacred Flame,"
ty an Easter pageant, will be presented
iar in the church at 4 o'clock. Prof. De-
in Witt H. Parker, of the philosophy de-
he partment, will speak at the Young
os- People's meeting at 6:30 o'clock.
"A Record True" will be the topic
used by Rev. R. E. Sayles in the morn-
ing at the Baptist church. Regular
services will be held at St. Paul's
Lutheran church.

is convalescing rapidly at his home
on Oakland avenue.
The Board of Regents has granted'
a leave of absence for the remainder
of the college year to Dr. Hall on ac-
count of his weakened condition due to
his lon illness. In commenting on
the leave Dr. Hall said that he plans
to remain in Ann Arbor for practic-
ally the entire time and that doubt-
less he will continue to direct the
work in his office and to perform such
duties connected with his position as
his strength will justifty.
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damental
zation, is Two pulpits will be filled by out-of-
e second- town people today and in addition an
d women educator from India and members of
male and the faculty go to make up the Ann
Arbor church services.
he world Rev. James F. Halliday, of New
[umorists York City, will preach at the morn-
ries, and ing service at the Congregational
bably re- church on the subject, 'The Trail and
wnig hen. Beyond." Mr. Herman Meyer wl1
rve, how- speak on "Christendom's Dawn of
s on the Day" in the service at 10:30 o'clock
> obvious at the Zion Lutheran church. The
ws them- Student Forum will be led by Rev. M.
ures that L. Wallick and there will be no even-
dominant ing service.
Presbyterian
'e "An Old Story with a Modern Mean-
o schools ing" will be the theme of Dr. L. A.
ilizations Barrett for the morning worship at
e of the the Presbyterian church. At the Stu-
hat it is dent Class at noon, Rev. A. W. Moore,

Episcopal
At the morning service at St. An-
drew's Episcopal church, special
Easter music will be repeated, sermoni
by Rev. C. T. Webb. The topic of the
evening prayer service at 4:30 o'clock
will be "Peter the Hrmit."
The "Upper Room" Bible class will
meet in Lane hall at 9:30 o'clock.
"What Shall We Teach for Christian
Doctrine?" is the subject for the
morning sermon by Rev. F. P. Arthur
at the Church of Christ. The subject
at night is "Jesus as a Teacher."
Rev. L. F. Gunderman will use the
topic, "The Lost Blessing," for the
morning service at Trinity Lutheran
church and "Mary, Mother of Jesus,"
for the evening service.
REGISTRAR HALL IS REMOVED
FROM ST. JOSEPH SANITARIUM

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Registrar Arthur G. Hall, who
taken to St. Joseph sanitarium
in February and there underwent
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and Good Sense, twin brothers of the Sense family, are
among the most enthusiastic advocates of

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conceded, is
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as a regular food. It is whole wheat - 100 per cent.
Easily digested. Aids digestion and elimination of other

than ours,
mic string-
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foods. ' A great strength-builder.

Never produces "that

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that we are at fault
ex distinction to be-
n certain fields, will
are our civilization
e conservative peo-
explorations, instruc-
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Europe and travel
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1 be the division be-
and where segrega-
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ost wasteful and in-
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comes to earning a
[ty may be regarded
.igations and as en-
pportunities. It has
r political purposes
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ted that intellectual

heavy feeling" after eating.
struction to brain work.

A help, instead of an ob-

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nearly every school and college in this country.

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aple, old-fashioned story of plain people, embracing the four
ry of loves-Man and Wornan--Mother and Baby-
mt-bell tolling Humanity.
r of laughter Rabelaisian horseplay
t,. gay barn dances - sleigh bells
din.

are years.

s voice-sweet and low--strong and tender-across
and twilight streams.
end, amazing scenes, March storm, ice break-up, A
carried with blinding mass of ice down theroaring
SPECIAL MUSIC
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BY AN ANN ARBOR THEATRE ORCHESTRA
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FOR THIS PICTURE
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Under Personal Direction of Nicholas Falcone
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the Following Change of Schedule:
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