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BULLETIN

Bulletin, is constructive notice to all members of
y received until 3:34 D. m. (11:30 a, m Saturda-y.)
SATURIDAY, MA HCll 24. 132:3 Nnibel 128

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,t of Literature, Science, and the Arts:w
itly requested that members of tbhe Faculty who have not al-
,fill out the Faculty Directory blanks which ha~ve been ds-
gh the messenger boxes and return them to the Dean's office
sible. There are almost daily calls for the information con-
zblanks, and only a small proportion of the Faculty has as
to this request. If for any reason these blanks have not
or are not availlable, they' will be supplied on reques t from
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
cation Faculty:
lbe a general Faculty meeting of 'the School of Education
' 26, at 4:15 p. in. in the office of the School of Education.
A. S. ,WHITNEY.
id Leetiure:
n Garland lecture, March 27, has been postponed to May 4.
C. T. ANDRIOWS.

andt J. F. Maul~b( scb'17, were chi~- C tfor.Iia visited the university last
en as halfback:. Maulbetsch is now week end1 on a tour of inspection.
at Phillip collegie and Craig is in Annj It is esytimated that nearly 500 vist-.
Arbor. Cedric C. Smith, '19, was s( - tors were present including more than
lected in 1916 as fullback, lie is now I150 mu: bers of the assembly and 6001
at Plttsburg Frank Steketee, '24L, j, senators. Their wives and families ac- I
made a )hadf-back position in 1,918 and companied the solons. The invlta-
is in the iVcr'=ity. Earntst J. V'ick ion for the visit was extended to the
'22,. and Harry G. Kipke, '21, were state law -makers ey, the California
chosen center and half-?pack in 19211 Alumni association and the tiAssclat-
and 1922 respectively. Vick is in To- ed Students of the' University of. Cali- 1
ledo and Kipke is in the Univer:3fty at fornia.
the present time. The solons expressed themselves as l
pleased with the, opportunity at work
calif rnia$oliand to look into the various colleges
Caifrna olo S and schools while work was actually
Vist nierit under way.
istt nzvesuyIThe 'California :legislature has un-
-. Ider consideration the adoption of a'
Berkeley, Cal., March 43.-In an- new budget proposed by Gov. W. T.
ticipation of a large state apprropria- Richardson in which the university ap-
Lion for. the University of Caiiffornia, propriation is very, small. The visit l
the entire legislature of the state of to the university was made with the1

view of investigating conditions and
satisfying its needs in the budget. The
university is anticipating an appro-
priation of $750,000 for the establish-
mnent of a third year course at thef
southern branch of the university for
this semester.

of those
freshman

Firlshm:en f rg'izing Ba(i
Freshmen are orgailizi~ a band to
be prepared for 4he spring gAumes and
rFather's day which coincide. Ani or-{
ganiaztion of 40 to 50 muen is the goal
JAPANI
China, etc., in the Orlent, as well as
Englanl, gEurope, etc. Tickets, reser-
vations on all ocean Tides, cruises,,
tours. Intelligent information on pas-
ses, visages, etc.
GENERALI STEAMSHIP AGENT
E. Kuebler. Phone 13841

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Still-Common Disorders and Diseases of Childhood .2.50
Hirst---onstipation and Akllied Intestinal Disorders ............. ...... ...... 1.70
Head-Studies in Neurology (2 Volumes) x. ..
Berkeley -and Bonney-Guide to Gynaecology . 2.50
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Company
Incorporated
ANN, ARBOR,. MICH.,

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ifourth floor, Un-
iieerlng students
,,Lane hall.
ng of Junior Gis'
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assembly hal of
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TRINITY LUTHERAN
, CHURCHI
Fiftit Ave. and William St.

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jREY. L. F. GUNDER3IAN, Pastor

eimeet ill room 325
ek medi in Water.
n.
nAdly circle meats In
Masonic smokier in
aple. Craftsmen club
tiates afterwards.
ns it tin room 323
i meect' in Yelverry
s' play at the Whit.
IN lunch Ill the Un.
N DAY
ble class in Congre-
Men's Bible class
room, Lane hall.
PAC classws meet inf
il in Uong'reg'tonal
.E. Kent speaks on
poo1 of Religion."
class, Church of
iUtpper, room, tarnej

9:30 A. M. Bible School.
10:30 A,.M-OFatlhful to Jesus."
7:30 P.aM.-'"Clapms of Jesus."

A layman of 'today se;,'s that we
come to-church "to be told over and
over again that neither fame nor
power nor riches count, that great-
er than he that 'taketh a city is he
that controlleth his spirit."
The fact that we know things .in
the bottom 'of 'our" minds dloes not
mean that we do not need to be re-
minded of themj over and. over
again.

The Power of religion is' very
considerably in its habits. The ha-
bit of meditation and wvorship is as
deeply founded as that of Dating
regularly. Both keep up the tone
and the reserve. force of life.
Could religion possibly be a so-
cial forca in the w;orldl without
some form of organized express ion
in the church? The monotonous.
01(1 church bell is the (summons that

girdles the earth with prayer; with
aspiration, with a reminder.
Did you ever think of the church
as the organized social effort to,
F'xpress religion? Surely every re-
ligiou:, man owes it to the world to
play scine part in the organ'.zed ex-
pression of religion, somewhere.
--Sidney S. Robins.

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in upper re,;d.

,ienco lecture at
Angell hall.
at Wesley hall.,
bof Flint dinner In
Union.
les' meeting i up.
hall. Prof. Russell
ilid mepets in Mleth.
etfing in Conrrega.
1rueblood r"Als the
In the. First Meth-

Sir Samuel Hoare
France will have four times as mlany
fighting planes as England in 1925, un-
lessEngland enlarges on its present
policy, Sir Samuel Hoare,' of the air'
ministry warns in seeking a. more amu-
bitious air policy.
Do You Know
jWho are now Regents of the 'Univer-
sity ?
I-ow mzany men are mnembers of stu-
dent publication staffs?
What is Socledad Hispanica?.
YESTERAYi'S ANSWERS
As a general rule work "in absen-
tia" is not permitted, however, a stu-
dent who has practically completed
the work required for a degree is al-
lowed the privilege of carrying oil his
work without actual 'attend an ce at the
University. Conditions are placed up-
on him, however, by the executive
board. If the student is after a imas-
ter's degree this privilege is restrict-
ed to graduates of the University. To
gain permission to work "in absent-
ia", a student must petition the Exec-
utive board through the' Dean of the
Graduate school and if this petition is
granted, the student is. required 'to
register "in absentia" and to keep the
Dean informed as to the progress of
his work.1
The museumi of Musical instruinents I
is located in the Hill auditorium. It!
was donated by the, late Fredericl4
Stearns of Detroit. °-It is considered b
both foreign and .national',critIcs to
be one of the most significant collec-
tions of its kind in modern times. It
contains more' than' 1,500 examples of
every type of musical instrument. The
value of the collection for study and
research work is heightened by the;
fact that the scientific aspects of Ins.:
trumentenkunde have been emphasiz-!
ed. The instruments from the stand-
point of beauty are also of vast fm-
p)ortance. In 1919'an illustrated cata-
logue of the collection was published
and at the present time the library has
a comprehensive set of books, donated.
by Mr. Stearns :on the subject.
Between the years 1904 and 1922w
M Nichigan has had eleven .All-American
men picked by Walter Camp from her
football team., W. M.' Heston, '05, was
chosen for a half-back position in 1904.'
H Ie is now living in Highland Park,
Mich. The next three men chosen
jwere Adolph G. Schulz, '09, who play-
ed center, Stanfiel M. Wells, '13L, an
end, and, Albert Benbrook, '11, a
guard. At present Schulz is at Tulane
university, 'Wells is in Pittsburg,, and
Benbrook is in Monroe, Mich. Ernest
J. Allmendinger, ' li, played a guard
position in 1913 and is now in Ann
Arbor., In 1914 James 1B. Craig, w'14;

UNITARIAN CHUBRCH
State and- Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. 1ROBIN 89 Minister

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ZIONLTHERAN
OHUR CH
lftu Ave. and. Washington St.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor.
PALM SUNDAY and VOLY WEEK
'Snday morning, 10: 30-Sermon,,
"'Zionls-Loyalty to King Jesus"
Sunday evening, 7:30 ,-- Sermon,
"Th-e" Sixth Saying from the
Crops."
Holy Thursday. (German), 7:30 P.
M. - Sermon, "Darkness and
Good Friday afternoon, 1 :30--Ser -
mon, "The Significant Silence."
Good Friday evening, 7: 30-Ser-
maon, "The Last Saying from the{
Cross."

BETHLEHEM
FEVANGELICAL CHURCH
I (Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Av e., near Packard
Sunday School at 9:00 a. in.
Church Service at 10: 00 a. mn. Eng-
lishi.

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FIRST BAPTIST
GIIURCH
IiiED)WARD) SATLES,Mlinister
HOWARD UM CIAMAN,
:Minister for' Stiid~nts
10:30Y-M?orning Worship. Sermon:
"jtedis ovprincg the Cross."

iSERVICE 10 :40

Chutrch .Service 11:00,'a. m'.,Oer-
mn an.
Students Cordially Welcomed

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II7: 30-E 'vening Worship.
TragedyT of Almtost." R.
Sayles will preach.

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9:45 A. M.-Chiurch- School.
5:45 P. M.-Students'. Supper.
6:30 P. U.--Discussion of
place of faith in religion.

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EVERYONE IS WELCOME

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
UEV. A. 11'. STALK~ER,D. 1)., Pastor
MISS ELLEN IlN. MOORE, Student Director
10:30 A, M. Morning Worship. Palm Sunday: "Gladness." Dr. Stalker.
12N: 00 Noon. BIBLE CLASSES in WEISLEY HIALL.
4:30--6:30 P. M. OPEN HOUSE at WVESLEY HALI.
6:30 P. 'M. W ESLEYAN GUILDD VOTION L MEETING. Leader:
7:30 I". IM. PROFESSOR T. C. TRUEBLOOD will read "Th~e Passion

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Corner Third and West Huron Sts.
CARL A. BRtA ER Pastor'
Palm Sundaiy
8:45 A. M.-Bible School.
10:00 A. M.-Confirmation Service.
7:3Q P. M.-Special service for
Young People, Students, and
Nurses.
Matandy Thursday
7 :30 P. M.-Sermon : "It Is Fin-
isle ed."
G4oodh Friday
1:30 P. M.-Sermon: "The Son of
God-Dead."
7:30 P. M.-" The Passion His-
. 'tory."i.

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6:00--Student Friendship Hohr.
6:30--student Senate and meeiting.

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12: 00--Student Bible Class in Guild
House:

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Engineering
tents who are
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and company
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'ECIAL MUSIC: "Allegro Moderato" (from 2nd, Sonata). (Guilmant),
Mrs. Rhead; "Andante" (Iljenski), Mr. Glancy and Mrs. Rhead:;
"Benedictus" (Gounod), the chorus choir; "0 Light Divine" (IKas-
talsky), the chorus choir; "Lowly Kneeling in Contrition" (from
Mors et Vita) (Gounod), Mrs. Wheeler, Miss Howe, and Mr. Dewey;
"Allegro" (Guilmant), Mrs.. Rhead; "Cantilena" (Prison), Mrs.
Rhead; "A Song in'the ight" (Woodman), the chorus choir; "The
Lord is my Shepherd" (Ward-Wheeler), Mr. Wheeler; postlude
(Gounod), Mrs. Rhead.

Easter
9:00 A. M.-Holy
(German).
11:00 A. M.--H1-oly
(English).

Collimunion
Com mun ion

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Sis demionstration )byr
Ienbacker postponed1
April 3.1
's lecture, set for
,stponed to May 4.
.H, '85 L.,
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iA. Burch, 185L, justice of1
ne Court of Kansas, ha,
"ed as speaker at the for-
on and banquet of the Or-
Coif, senior law scholastic
ich will take place May 17.j
rch will also deliver a pub-
3 on the afternoon of the
'He has chosen as his sub-
and .Progress."
heck didn't come, let "Jim-
something for you to tidle

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
"'THE STONE CHURCH W ITH THE WARM WELCOME"
Herbert A. Jumcp, °E. Knox Mitchell, Mary K. ilhllar, Staff.
t. ~Palm Sunday Programn
9:30-S'tudents Bible Class led by Mr. Mitchell.
10:30 .Sermon by Mr. Jump, "The Steadfast Christ; A Palm Sunday
DiScovery."
Paul Wilson, trumpeter, will play Faure's "Palms"
2:00" Open Forum. Prof. Chas. F. Kent of Yale University will speak
. on 'The Proposed School of Religi1on."
630. Students. Social Hour followed by first in a series of Holy Week
Conferences conducted by Mr. Mitchell. The conferences will bie-
gin at 7 o'clock and continue for thirty minutes on the following
dlays:;
r Sunday, "Duty." 'Tuesday, "Faith."
Monday, "Prayer," Wednesday, "Fellowship."
Thursday, "Service."

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CHURCH OF CHRISTS
S( DISCIPLES )
Temporary Home
LANE HALL
F. P. ARTHU, Piator

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FkIRST PRESBYTERIAN CGIl
DIVISION AND HUJRON~
]NEV. L. A. BARRETT D. D., Mlnis-er'
- L. IEW"IS C. IREIANN, Seely Men Students
Morning Worship
10:30
" TIIE LAST WORDS OF JVUS"
11:00
STUDENT CLASSES -
Led by. Prof. W. D. Henderson and Dr. J. E.
i: 30
OPEN, HOUSE AND SOCIAL IUOOJ'
~,6:30
YOUNG PEOPLE'S M1% I NG
E. E. Linton, Labor" Leader, will speak on "The C hurcb,
Eight Hour Day."
St. tnbrew~s Pf cojpa1 cal
COR. CATHERINE A:ND DIVISION STREE~TS HE1 2T
8:00.A. M.---Holy Communion.
9:30 A. M.--Bible Discussion Group at Harris Hall.
10:30 A. M.-Morning Prayer and Sermon by'tlle'Rector:
7:30 P. M.-Evening Service and. Address,.
6:00 P. M.--Supper at Harris Hall for Students and othei
HOLY WEEK SERVICES
(All services in the Church, unless otherwise desa
IMonday-Holy Communion 10:00 A. M.
Evening 'Service and Address, 7:30 P. M.
Tuesday--Holy Communion, ,8:00 A. M.
Evening Service and Address, 3:30 11. M.
Wednesday-Holy Communion, 10:00 A. M.
Evening Service and Address, 7:30 P. Md.
Maunday Thursday-holy Communioni, the Church, 8:0 .
Holy Communion, the Chapel, H~arrip
Holy Communion and Address, the 01
Good; Friday--Passion Service, conducted by the 13101
Michigan, 12 to 3 P. M.
Chilalren's Service, in the Church, 4:00 P. MV
Easter Even-Baptism, 4:00'P. M.
Ntie:s No Open H1ouse on Wednesday on account of jlil:

9:30 A. M.-Bible School'''.
110:30'A. M.-Moriiin k Service. Ser-
mon subjiect: "Thre First- Princ-
Ales of tile Gospel,"
12:00 M.--Aen's Service Club, led
by Dr. C. Stouffeor.
6:30 P. M.-Prof. Russell Watson
will spezak to Christian Endeavor
meeting on "Thle Essenitials of
Life."
Stiudent classes at Noon
In Lane Hall Reading Roomo

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