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IAL BULLET
p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

RDAY, MAY 20, 1922

Number 108

>f all seniors and other possible recipients of degrees or oer-
Commencement of 1922 is called to the fact that no degree
ed, or diploma or certificate be given, at the Commencement of
e' recipient has paid the proper diploma fee or certificate fee
er of the University previous to the close of business, 4 p. m.,
22.
be no exceptions to this rule.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
:ures:
Robert H. Lowie, of the University of California, will lecture
2, on "The Plains Indian View of Life," and Tuesday, May 23,
of the State." Both lectures 'will be at 4:15 p. m., in the Nat-
iditorium. The public is cordially invited.
F. E.ROBBINS. I
obation, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
of the Faculty, all students now on probation who have not
of the mental examinations given such students are required,
Bureau of Educational Reference and Research for examina-
:aminations will be held in two parts at 4 p. m. on Monday,
tesday, May 23. Those students whose names begin with let-,
K, inclusive, will report to Room B, Law building; from L
to Room C, Law building; from S to Z, inclusive, to Room D,
re directed to present themselves without fail. This 'takes
r all other engagements.
ARTHUR G. HALL,' Registrar.
Canada:
Register Company of Dayton, Ohio, U. S. A., wishes to attach
ion a Canadian who after he has been trained in its factory
to Canada as district sales manager to create and, install
ain the sales force. The candidates for this position must have
y, a fair amount of selling experience and an acquaintance
in Canada. ,~
t from Canada who is interested will please consult me, 302
)ck p. m. any afternoon except Wednesdays.
J. A. C.HILDNER.

HkEUUFL, STOK' SCMPOSITIONS
SCORE SUCCESS IN CONCERT
(Continued from Page One)
George Oscar Bowen and his chorus
of 428 voices, which, with Kathryn,
Meisle, contralto, gave the third May
Festival concert yesterday afternoon,
showed what an exdellent director
and a chorus, always enthusiastic, '
can do with songs, simple in them-
selves, but human in touch' and richj
in melody.
The children sang as one voice, fol-
lowing their leader's every wish with,
vitality and precision. The shrill
voices blended in a series of songs,
all of which the audience received with
real joy. Of the various numbers
presented by the chorus, perhaps they
most appreciated were the two alla
cappella nugibers, "Shepherds on the
Hills" by Th. Madsen and "The Eve-
ning Bells" by Franz Abt; Carl'
Busch's cantata, "A Song of Spring,"
and "The Minuet" set to Mozart's much
loved melody.
Kathryn Meisle won her audience
equally by her warm personality and
her rich, well handled voice. She
was called back again and again, re-
sponding each time with numbers
which added to her laurels. The two
arias, one from Rossini's "The Bar-
ber of Seville' 'and the other from
Verdi's "Don Carlos," brought out
her vibrant, easy swinging treatment
of passages of extreme difficulty. Her
voice was rich and full, easily filligg
the' auditorium. In her group of
English songs. she won a different
kind of popularity. Here her selec-
tions took on the more personal touch j
of colorful narrative, which aroused
the audience and made it live the
story melodies.

DAILY SLUGGERS READY FOR
SLAUGHTER OF GARGLE TEAM1
(Continued' from Page One)
apt in hitting the batters' clubs.
Should the weather become inclem-
ent in spite of the forecast from the
western regions, arrangements have
been made to hold the game in Uni-
versity Hall. The seats will be taken
up and, a diamond marked off with
home plate at the west end.
".May Eat Frostbites
Should this be the case "Betty"
Vickery will bring frostbites from the
candy booth down stairs for the ben-
efit of THE DAILY -players.'
As yet umpires for the game have
not been*selected due to the unwill-
ingness of the gurgle to pass on any,
former DAILY man. The problem is
serious, especially as Dr. Stephenson's
services cannot be secured. However,
with the promised of. a coat of armour
for the man who volunteers, there
should be no trouble in getting a
capable man at the field today.
Watch for the Pink Sheet.s

Irs. Bartlett Spears at Kalamazoo
Mrs. Barbara H. Bartlett, professor
of public, health nursing at the Un-
iversity of Michigan was in Kalamazoo
last week, 'where she, delivered the
commencement address at Bronson
hospital in that city on May.12.
Next week, Professqr Bartlett will
attend the annual state graduate
nurses' meeting at Muskegon, May 23
to 26.

Black

Typewriters of best makes.
Morrill, 17 ickels Arcade.

O. D.
Adv.

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Our men make good. So come in
and investigate our new proposition.
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['S GOING ON
S.ATURDAY
Y-gargyle baseball gane,

limn Bachaus
.phony orches-
w.
le class meets

nece of "Tanniiause,
tival concert, at Hill
Sorosis lawn fete.
ries for the extempor-
ing contgst in room
11.

teers hold "morn.

MAY WHIMSIESAHONORS
MEMORY OF . 9.GRIM
CONKEY, GRAD., CONTRIBUTES
STORY ON "APPLES VERSUS
APPLES"
'May issue of Whimsies, which ap-
peared on sale yesterday, is, dedicated
to the memory of Dr. Burton G. Grim,
who was one of the,. magazine's
staunchest supporters, and 'who was
directly responsible for its finally be-
ing published.
A Contains Novel Story
A. D. Conkey, grad., has written a
rather short story under the title of
"Apples .Versus Apples," about a
young farmer who first stole some ap-
'ples in the city and then carried away
their fair owner in his car. The story
is very .readable, partly because of
and partly in spite of the style, which
is of the type found in John Martin's
Book.
Greenwich Vilia4e Couple
"Something to Smile Over," by Max
Ewing, '24, is a one act comedy, and,
unlike many comedies, is rather h.-
morous in spots. It deals with the
quarrel of a Greenwich Village cou-
ple, the husband who tells white lies,
and his wife who shrieks: insulting
truths in the faces of callers.
"Ordeal by Epitaph," by Wessel
Smitter, '22, may be considered as an
answer to the appeal, "Come, mitter,
a story!" The hero is a young Sher-
lock Holmes and Craig Kennedy all
rolled into one, and he discovers, by
means of a complex but seemingly
simple psychological reaction, that his
little sister has killed one of her sev-
en cats.

UNITARIAN CHURCH
May 21, 1922

State and Huron Sts.

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SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
Rev. Augustus P. Reccord of
Detroit will preach.

Y.P.RU.

Outdoor meeting
church at 4:30
tion of officers.

SUNDAY'S CHURCH SERVICES

starting from
P. M. Elec-

WHAT OTHERS SAY.
"Be not afraid of new truth, oft truth never, new or old,
but of counterfeit. Be what you are, be that cheerily and sov-
ereignly. Have you a thought in your, heart? There was never
such need of it as now.
"You will hear every day the maxims of a low prudence.
You will hear that the first duty is to get land and money,
place and name. What is this truth you- seek? What is this
beauty? men will ask with derision. If nevertheless God calls
any of you to explore truth and beauty, be bold, be firm, be
true. When you shall say, 'As others do so will I; I renounce
my early visions; I must eat the good of the land and let learn-
ing and romantic expectations go,' then dies the man in you.
Then once more perish the buds of art and poetry and science
as they have died in a thousand thousand hearts."-Emerson.

Cor. Division and Catherine Sts,
7:35 A. M. - Holy Communion
10:30 A. M. - Morning Prayer
and Sermon.

4:30 P. M. - Evening
and Address: "Great
the Christian Church.

Service
Men of

,;ffit 1tI1Ir

5:30 P. M.-Leave Harris F
for outdoor supper.

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y Men's Bibe class
er room, Lane hall.
society meets at Lane
as a Satesman" will
by the student's class,
hirst, South University

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FIRST BAPTIST-
CHURCH
. Huron, Below State
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister

ANN AR
BIBLE C]

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the Guild
o by Miss

B~aptist
house.
Haimil-:

10:30 A. M. - "Effeminate Shall
Not Inherit." Mr. Sayles.
12:00 - Sunday School. Guild
Class in the Guild House.

dients leave Harris
pper.
our at Presbyter-

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH,
Cor. S. State and E. Washington Sts.
,REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D., Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director
10:30 A. M. MORNING WORSHTP. Pastor's Subject: "MIRACLES
OF ENDEAVOR."
Special Music: "Andante Cantabile" (From D Major
Concerto) (Mozart), Miss Struble and Mr. Brooks.
"Benedictus" (Gounod), the Chorus. "Fear Not Ye,
O Israel" (Spicker), the Chorus. "0 Rest in the Lord"
(Mendelssohn), Miss Howe.
12:00 Noon Student Bible Classes in Wesley Hall.
5:30-6:30 P. M. . Open House at Wesley Hall.
Short program and light refreshments.
6:30 P. M. WESLEYAN GUILD DEVOTIONAL MEETING.
NO EVENING SERVICE BECAUSE OF THE MEETING OF THE
"FLYING SQUADRON" AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:

"UPPER ROOM"
BIBLE CLASSES
LANE HALL

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"Upper Room" Bulle-
and Printed Schedule.

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4:00-Junior B. Y. P. U.
5:30-Senior B. Y. P. U.

t guild social half hour.
licholson leads Baptist
ting on "The Place and,
Faith."
ty Arbaugh leads Pres-
oung People's society on
r of Example."
U-NOTICES
rbor Art associaioz an-.
i exhibition of Batiks by
pp, oil paintings by'G. A.
water colors by hdmund
1l and Lars Hoftrup, and
k and pencil drawings by
ker, Catherine C. Fowler,
rile McEwen. Open daily
5 o'clock, West gallery,
imorial hall.
men-AU men going to
must see Cuthbert, trans-
nanager, Tuesday morn-
Engineering room to sign,
y for their transportation
Fare is as follows 5 round
from Detroit or Ann Ar-
one way, $11.40; Pull-
, $3.75; Pullman upper,

MICHIGAN NET MEN LEADING
LEHIGH AS RAIN, ENDS MATCH
(Spemial to The Daily)
Bethlehem, Pa., May 19. - Michigan
ilet men were leading Lehigh two
matches to one today when a ,sudden
rain swept over the courts, putting an
end to all activities.
At the time of the downpour San-
chez of Michigan was fighting out the
third set of his wrangle with Matt-
son, while Reindel and Merkel, hav-
ing won the first set, had started the
second set of their doubles match with
Beck and Koegler of Lehigh.
Captain Beck, of Lehigh, was too
good a man for Captain Merkel, win-
ning 6-2, 6-4. George Reindel, Jr., of
Michigan, trimmed Beal rather easi-
ly, 6-2, 6-2.. Rorich, of Michigan, was
too persistent a "getter" for Koegler,
winning 6-3, 6-1.

6:00-Guild Social and Devo-
tional Meeting.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH

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Sunday Class for Men
9:30 to 10:15

CHURCH OF CHRIST

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Cor. Third and West Huron Sts.
C. A. BRAUER, Pastor

Sermon "Prayer."

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett, D.D., Minister
Lewis C. Reimann, Secretary Men Students
Miss Esther D. Nyland, Secretary Women Students
Morning Worship
/ 10:30
Sermon Theme
"PAINTED WINDOWS"
First of a Series of Sermons from the three most
popular books of the year.
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YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING
6:00
Social Half-Hour and Discussion of:
"THE POWER OF EXAMPLE."
Dorothy Arbaugh, '21, Leads.
* * * * * * *
NEXT SUNDAY-Dr. Barrett will speak on "Evolution and Religion,"
a theme suggested by "In His Image" by William Jennings Bryan.

South Uni1vers~ty Ave.

9:30 A. M.-Service in German.
10:30 A. M.-Bible Study.
11:30 A. M.-Service - English.

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10:30 A, M,-C. G. Munn of
troit will spear. Mr. M
is a conductor on the Wal
R.R. and is a pastor c
church in Danville, Ill.,
his off 'time.
- Bible School at 9:30 A. M.
Students' Classes at Noon.

E SOROSIS PLANS
E TONIGHT COMPLETE
e been completed for the
>rosis fete which is to be
vening from 8 to 11:30
hus giving time for those
gagements earlier in the
attend the affair. Pro-
he fete will go to the
f Michigan League fund.
her refreshments, straw-
ake 'which the committee
ity good," will be served.
Ill be attractively decor-
nterns and the refresh-
e served there. The low-
the house will be given
:ing and some especially
has been secured for the
hough there is to be no
the dances will cost a
ling booths and palmists
another attraction. In

No evening service.

MIEES ANNOUNCES NAMES OF
PLAYS TO BE GIVEN IN 1923
(Continued from Page One)
by those who saw the play here, ac-
cording to Director Shuter.
W. S. Gilbert's play, "Sweet-
hearts," first produced in 1874 at the,
Prince of Wales theater in London, is
expected to be revived here. One or
two other plays of a heavy aiid dif-
ficult nature in production like "The
Cloister" will probably be offered.
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory;,
shoes tailor made to suit your indi-
vidual taste. Sport shoes our special-
ty. Bring your repairs to the place
where shoes are made. 534 Forest
Avenue.-Adv.
Waterman, Conklin, Sheaffer, Dunn
and other pens from $1.50 up. 0. D.
Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. Adv.

WELCOME

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church at 7:30.

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Fifth ATe, and Washington St.
E. C. STELLHOUN,
Religion without prayer is a
sham.
Prayer without, religion is in-'.
sanity.
10:30 A. M. - (German) "The
'Art of Prayer."
5;30 P. M. - -Student Forum.
"What Will I Do In My Home
Church This Summer?" Es-
ther Heideman, leader.
7:30 P. M. - "Fathers Who
Make Good." A Father's Day
sermon.

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TRINITlY

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

Morning Worship 10:30 o'clock.

Rev. 1 A .
10:30 A. M. -

Rev. iarvey C. Colburn, minister of the Congregational
Church in Ypsilanti, will preach in this church on Sun-
day morning, May twenty-first, at ten-thirty.

6:30 P. M. - Li
Meeting.
7:3O P. Mv -Eve

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