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ERITIIE CHURCBL UWING HERLC
DI1 jTION I;moral building or chapel which lends
iNEEDING dignity to and often commands the
campus of the older colleges and uni-
versities may be conspicuously ab-'
a new 10- sent from a state school plant.
several of Such a plan would not require or-
eseuts also ganic union on the part of existing
religious organizations. A federated
o-operative body or a holding corporation would
Mould make answer the purpose. For parish work
ce worthy and denominational purposes the
n. If these present buildings together with
eligious so- chapels in the newer sections and in
Lfnd' erect a the central building would serve.
cture em- Such a plan would make it possible
traditions to suport a pulpit and a service of,
est aspra- power and dignity comparable with
hey would the best in the big cities, It might
to the com- also in due time lead to a thorough:
going co-operation of all religious
isible forces and the formation of a com-
e ordinary munity staff of churcir workers like
he new and that of the public school system.
h an enter- Conditions Favorable Here;
e to secure A University community such as.
d sipiritual Ann Arbor with its comparative free-
U Tniversity dom from sectaria~n prejudices and
secular in- its keen sense of spiritual values is
lent which quite capable of rising to a vision of
ed. A me- sor e such plan, of working out the

necessary

details

practical success. Such an
prise might be able to make
tribution of inestimable value

enter-.
a con-
to the

and making it a

Henry Higbie, of the electrical en-
gineering department, and two lec~
tures by Prod. Noah H. Williams, ofI
the physics department, and Dr. John
Sundwall, professor of hygiene and
public health, have been so disti-
buted.

A Reliable Jeweler
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ethical. and moral forces. of an age1
when materialism gravely threatens
to destroy the traditional faiths and
deprive society of indispensible relig-
ious motive.
J. E. Kirkpatrick.

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ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY

OMING!!!

SEll FRE NH LAY BOOK
Souvenir Copies of "La Belle Aven-
ture" Now Procurable
"La Belle Aventure," the eighteenth
annual play of the French department,
is now on sale at the, bookstores in a
special souvenir edition, The copy,
bround in heavy brown paper, con-
tains the play itself and a vocabulary.
.It is now being used as a text book
in several of the French classes with
the double purpose of studying the
language and becoming familiar with
the play to be given herd under the
auspicesaof the Cercle Francais Tues-
day in Sarah Caswell Angell hall..
This play, written' in collaboration
by De Caillavet, De Flers, and Rey, is
a coiledy in three acts that requires
a cast. of 30 people. The cast, under.
the direction of 3. B. Cloppet, of the
French department, have been prac-
ticing and rehearsing for several
months.
Freshman Teams
D ebat e T'onight
Alpha Nu, Alephi and Athena
freshman debating teams will meet at
8 o'clock tonight in University' hall.
for the annual intersociety debate.
Heretofore Athena society has not
contendedfor .thet freshman cup,
which is ..presented by' the >Oratorical,
board, and their partic7jpation this
year has added interest. The affirma-
tive teams of Alpha ,Nu and, Adelphi
will debate in their respective rooms
in University hall, fourth floor, while
Athena's affirmzative team will meet
the Adelphi in Room 203, University
hall.
The question for debate is: Re-
solved, that the United States should
subsidize her merchant marine."
Members of the respective teams are:
Alpha Nu,. affirmative-Howard E.
Crowell and C. L. Briggs, negative-
E. H. Salzman and Norman E. John-
son; Adelphi affirmative-Lyman J.
Glasgow and Walter E. Lustfield,
negative-George F, Hecker and
Jack M. Clifford; Athena affirmative
,-Mary M. Spaulding and Ida M. May,
negative-Dorothy A. Spencer ,and
Beata C:' Wagner.{
RADIO BROADCASTSLlECTURES
F ROM E XTE NSION DEPARTM E NT
Use of radio to disseminate the tsx-4
tension lectures given by members of
the University faculty has been made
by the Detroit News broadcasting sta-
lion. Thus far, one lecture by Prof.

Sto be a baner
TF you are putting in three hours a day in the electrical
'f1lab, don't be surprised twenty years later to find your-
self promoting a public utility 'bond issue. Or if you start
in newspaper work, as like as not later on you will turn to
manufacturing or advertising or law.
"You don't know where opportunity or inclination will
lead you. This fact has a great deal to do with your work
at college-not so. much the things you learn as the way
you learn them.
Don't think of education as a memory test in names and
dates and definitions. That knowledge is important, but
only as an incidental. Of far greater value is the habit of
getting at underlying'laws, the basic principles which tie facts
together.
The work of the pibneers in electrical experiment, 'at
first glance confusing,; is simplified once you realize that
much of it hinged upon a single chemical phenomenon, the
action of the voltaic cell.

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SUNDAY
SPECIAL SCORE

Analyze your problems. Loo
to connect a law or an event with
comes after. Make your educe
thinking.
This ability to think straig
Published in Engineering or Arts, is the, big
e interest of Eec- college. Its aid as a means to
. trical' Deuelpment by
a Dnstwetiopmeat wl whatever work you take up-sinc
n Istiupid that- Wlsame everywhere. It is the power
be-helped by what. to become sales manager, a lawyer
'eer helps the organization. Develop it, if you'
'Industt y. - big opportunity comes,
-ric

k for fundamnentals. Learn
what went before and what
ation a training in Logical
ht, whether acquired in
gest thing you can get at
success applies equally to
e mental processes are the
r which enables a mechanic
sr to head a great industrial
would be ready when your

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The executives of this Company have been
chosen from all branches of the organization.
It doesn't make much difference where you
learn to think straight, so longasyou learn.

COR. FORTY-FiOURTH STREE
NEW YJORK
>ne Murray Hill S8oo
sentative will be at the
STATLER, DETROIT
>morrow and Saturday
ay 4, 5 and '6
of Ready-made Clothing
.ngs, Hats and Shoes
For Spring

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FOUR DAYS-M AY 17, 18, 19,'20-SIX CONC E R T S
Singers - Pian ists
Orchestra - Choruses
MICHIGAN'S GREATEST MUSICAL EVENT
A limited number of course tickets still available at $4.50 and $5.00.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC

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UCTION

Lieut. John N. Ryan -of the U. S. Reserve Corps, for-
in the regular army is now at the stables of G. L. Mul-
326 E. Ann St. and offers a course in Horsemanship or
dual instruction at extremely low rates.
GET THE MOST OUT OF

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Secretary

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