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Prussian General
BULJLETINI Taken By French,
ubtie. to all members of
M. 0~1:84 a. in.RAfta w.) ,
, lm'; \rnmber l12

n ~slipis for signing out at night during' March are due
ed in to the Dean's office imnmediately.
JEAN HAMILTON, Deaun of VVomean.
ng~ and Ardhiteeture:
.n.; to grud~te In June or after the Sumne-r Sesston
Sevretary's office., fl~or~n 2N3 Ea~eering fluilding, and
LOUIS A. HOPKI 'S, seeretary.
rring and Acidhteeture:i
examination9 for the removal of conditions will be
Sg vacation, on the days given in the schedule which Is
etin boards of the Engineering Building. The groper
red from the Secretary's office before: taking the eaAm-
LOUIS A. HOPKIN3S Secretary.
the Graduaite School:
mleeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
ag, Alarch 31, at 10 ocelock. A. H. ttLOYI?.
Ig'ai Bred:
h 31----egular Rehearsal Lane Hal Audit~torumI .r DesRhasla ilAdtru m 1 pTxe. .
WILFRE~D WILSON. Director.
of the Uuiversity of Michigan will meet at 7:30'#u the
"his will he a busine3ss in.'lstng Duly.t
J. W. IIOSTRU1P.
eyiuorg lecture wtll be Akpril 5.
C. T4 ANDRE17S.

FOREIGN STUDENTS PLAN
Tenty-fve stdets representing
seven countries besides the tlnitedl
States will visit Battle Creek Kalania-
zoo, Grand Rapids, L.ansiug and Flint
during spring recess on the annual'
spring trip of the Cosmopolitan club.
On this tour men fromn Japan,' China,
Switzerland, lMvexico', India, So uth Af-
rica and Colombia will have an op-1
portunity. to become acquainted with!
Michigan cities.
The trip Isunader the supervision of,
Carnton: Wellq of the rhetoric depart-
ment. prof. J. A. C. Pildner who led
the group last year does not expect
to be able to accoxnpa~ny them, on this
1spring's, trip.. W. L. lisli, grad., willj
act as spokesman for the party.
TEACHERS OF BUSINESS
CHOOLS TO MEET TODAY~i
.Michigan, Business Schools associa-
do zwil mea at10:30 o'clock thin
mornig:in:thy "unioh to discuss po
posed activities for the 0-mociation
and to formulate a definite' plan of
action to constitute. the program for
the coming year.
Louis P. JocelYnsecretary-tress-
Iurer of the Schoolmasters' club, will
be the principal speaker at the meet-
in.Mr. Jocelyn will tell the ass'o
elcation of the nature and activities of
the club. It" is probable that the as-
so<;lation will petition for admission
to the Schoolmasters' body.
The present meeting of 'the $tui-i
ness S chools association is the first
that has been held iu Michigan., It
is made up of representatives. from
the leading business schools through-
out tke state.
Plnd that loot pin through the etas-
sied columnn.-A-idv.

Screen-Today

Arcade-"Raceing Hearts" ben-
*et of Women'% league; Leath-
er Pushers' comedy.
Majestic--Bull. Montana in."gtob
'Em 'Good;''" "Ifghty tak a
Rose."
Orp heum---"lestiny's Isle," -with"
George F'awcett; Paul Parrot
comedy; International news.
Wuerth-I.on Chaney: in "Flesh
and Blood;",'cornedy ; Pat he
hews.

C AT TIRE TREATERS

Style's 110 good to you unless
U's good for you. Thei finest
hat will look "fu~nny" if it's
worn above the wrong face .
'That's why we have such .i
variety of shapes and. shade-,
In thee new spring hats-
makces it easy to get the style
and tolor that becomxes you.

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Ran W Hat
$3 to $5

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Stoae--hibWeek

Garrick (Detroit).- "The Mon-
ster," 'with. Wilbur Crane.
Bonstelle "coaipauly ini a4-
dies."

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Ann Arbor's Leading Clothiers
"Exclusive, butp~yot expensivie"°
209 S. MTAIN ST.

{ General. voniMudra,
General von Mudra, Prussian' milit-
ary leader. who directed German' re-
slatance in the Argonne, has been ar-
rested by the French according to lat-
est reports' from the Ruhr.
CathoM~ Student to Give Dapee.
Catholic students will give a dance!
In the auditorium of at. Joseph's sian-
ataniumr from 2,:30 to 5:30 o'clock
this afternoon. Just before the dance

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JUST 'PUBLISHED
nip Students in Business Adiulnls~attoii, En htoerig. Astronomy, Applied Statistical Matlhematics
In .weoats4ca, t IO gy, Pychology, forestry and 'vital Statistics':
Tfables in ApiedMathematics by ae W. Glover
$4.50
Ijlg" Itees r f428 ag4snrau and V ital Statis tics Taitec, 16pge
Tal~ er st aes san mtict,10pages; Sel-en Place Logariliuns, .1
to 100,01*, 186 pages,

'DOIN G ON
hisa Column sbohhi

nPrivate Sehc4 ol aO.
Ain room 302 of the
1RI ivate SCII001 &S 50
in private dining room
mnee in ariseunbly hall
fieU prestts WAM-ro
P'atten gill, auditorium.
rn drnner In xoou: 8191
moa RB14clahss meets
ai Theta dtnnaor h roots
Lori.
ates, act it ro~nt 30,

6 00.- k .ptit uild friendohip bo, lin z..e'i.4 ill ; Ge i ~Vbven LUin'.flJn or
the Balrtist church. the Rev. Michael' P. B~ourke, student
tap - vl n iaeaesJ ncaliwohsrtre fe room. twelve weeks' absence on account of
16:il-&.aV 4aid . m8eft 04 in , IDillness.
302 of the tUnion.
o:--Wesleyaug"Ild #s Realthe W antAd
odist church.R a h ,Y~ n d
6:30-Raptlst wuild devotional met-
iag In Baptist church.
4i u3--resbyterleauYoung *Ieogles' ,so-
ciety meets in Presbyterian church. ' T I I LUTHER~AN
4, U-NOT1,S
Senior l11Wi and enu rte' cae awkst CUC
'be rderd 4Wagnr's efoe sping Fifth A'e. anid William St.
Frye exbff~tleo of 'ewtiglaa st~adie by
Itallan and r nulish painaters, arch~-
l',ectun al corridor, .Engineentwg REV. E. F. CGUxDEQt3LAT,. Pastoi
building.
Alfred, roinbotrg' lecture Is beeu ----
postponed from April' ~t April 5. :0A .SinioSrieo h
hillside.
4~M1ChIAN IN IDIA"0:30 A. X.-Easter program by tho
Sunday School
C I 118 1 G -ANII1 10:30A. A--Commiunion 8Service.
Organization. of. the "Michigan in
India" club was effected Thursday
.1,night as a result of the talk given by tkR OvE T W LC M
Daniel Swamidoss, Y. Ml. C. A. rural;
secretary in India on social work In ________________
that, country. -
The club, which wvas drawn up by a.
Imotion of one of thie students pres-
ent, at the conclusion of Mrt. Swami- [UNITARIAN CHURCH
(los's spech, has as ita purpose, the.
supportng cif the rural construction State sd urd. c~ri t ixe~ts
work in that' couity !Iud the culti- IO ' t~ fnye
(vating of an interest in the work here. S~N1S OiS Mns
Au executive coamitte o 10 meni___
w ere ,choseui out of the 35 chatte'r
x~embe-rs of the club which' will Imn i
m rediately work on a constitution andi 10:40 A. ?II- l ntnitk«'."
'further organization fotr the club. '9A~,~ .YrY'

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uunaag Cburch services

FIRST CHURCH OF CIRI
SCIENTIST

University
Bhook Stores

What Does Easter

Say

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TO ALL MEN:
Be stropg Today the mightiest. hero that ever
breathed won the mightiest victory that ever was
wvon. A gospet overeame a gray:.. A c'rOss, mlde
its: gift to- a sepulchre, 'and then the .gift defied
the sepulchre.
When Jesus' spirit was. known to. be alfve though
his body was seen to be dead, the human hart of
the: world ha4 its most.,, convincing and shining
evidence that immortality was a faith for thinking
men, not a silly supeorstition for weaklings.
Live With spiritual energy and with conquering
purpoae, And you too will never rife.

TO ALL WOMEN~:
Be beautif'ul. Today the 'fairest life that ever
adorned history flung off the habiliments of the
tomb and rose serene and undismayed by phy-'
sical law. There wevre women among the friends
of' Jesus; and they loved- andr worshipped hime
because he gave ,them an evangel of emianci-
Iation (Ind ,£oyous 'liberty.
The recurrence of FNaster brings flowers and
music and thoughts of all beautiful things. And
true beauty never perishes on earth.
wive itb proportion, gentleness, sweetness and
all the graces of the spirit, and you too weill
fever die..
hE RFBERT ATCHISON JUMPll.

Sunda y Morning
Servico. 10:30
Sunday School, 11:45.

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sinae irs eet-
Feel's party:
All baptist4

fil;A'ii
house.

Wednesday Evening-, testimi
meeting, 7:30o.
ead Room, 236 Nichols.
cadIe. Open doily 12 to 5 exe
Sundays and Holidays.
A,1, ARP WILCOMIE

aw,, meet in room .104

loom

tdeet' Easter services1
church. ,
IXen'q Bile CIA"
room of L.ane hall..
Ile classes fin 'Pres-

Fifth Ave. a*id, Washigton 'SL.
Eg.C C. TELLUO NI, Pastor

Wld meet in
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OrTHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th- Ave, nar wPacekard
G. A., NEUMAN?(, Pastor
Suuday.,School 'at 9:00 a. mp.
Church.Service6 at 10:00 a. m. E~ng-
Church Servlce 11:00 a. fi.'Qr-,
man.
Students Cordially Welcomed4

EASTER SERVIC '

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Yon, peoples' sgo-.
r in Presbyterilnj

Read the :Want Ads

"Why Seek Ye the Living Among
The -Dead'? ".(Foster), Mi-s: WIl-
son, and Air. Kenna; "Hosanna"
(Jules Granier), Mr. IKeena; an
instrumen~tal quartet: MAr. Fred
Zierer, Air.. Wilfred Wilson, Air.
Carleton .Pierce, Mr. William
Watkinas.
Stud enta' Supper and Discussion.

9:00 .A. 4.(English) Sermon,
"The Great taster lMessage."
10:130 A. A..-(German) Sermon,.
"The Third Day He RoseAgai n.7'
6:30, P. SV.-Student Forum. Subi-
ject, "The 'Resurrection."' Misr
Ruth Bora, leader.
7:30 IP. 1lW=-An Easter song 6er-
s-iCe give n -by .the Sunday School..
Subject, "King of .Kings." r

FIST BAPTIST
CHURCH
1. EDWARD SAY LES, 11inister
HO0WARRh . CJAPMIA',
Minister for Students
10: 30--Worship and Sermon "Re-
tiscovering Personiality".AMr. Say-
les.
7 : 30-Evening Worship. Sermon"
by Mr., Sayles, "Eternal Life."
Easter Music, both services.
12: 04- 'Sttdents' Bible Class meets
at Guild Mouse.
6:00--Students'. Fricudahip Hour,
'Church Parlors.
6:,30--Students'. bevotional Meet-
ing. "'The Mieaning of EaSter in
Grea4t Iymns of the Church." Alr.
Chapman, leader. Miss Irene F'in-
lay, leader of music.
A cOrdial weleomfi to students t,
this church.

ANN ARBOR
BIBLE CHAIR
AN)
"UPPER RUOM"
BIBLE CLASSES
1,,t,)E 11,'LL

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For
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10:30 A. M. Morning Worship. Pastor's Subject,11A. Rendezvous wfi th
It:00N Non. BIBLE CLASSES in WESI.S'Y 'Hb.'
2:30 P. AT. HOSPITAL SING at UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL.
Under auspices, of Social Service Departmenmt of Wesleyan Guild.
4:30 F. AM. No Open, HouseToday.
6:;3011. A 1 ,'ELEYAN GUILD 'DErVOTIIONAL ME 'ING. Leader: M11.,
Edward Rwnfdell.
7:30 P .M. No Evening Service.
SlMCIAL M11USIC: '"Easter" (Foun ded on an ancient Paster ,Carol) (Ole-
n~ent Loret), Mrs. head; "Romance (From "V" Minor Concerto)
01. Wieniawski), Mr. Clancy and= Mrs. Rhead; Old easter Carol,
''Alleluia," (arranged, by Morrison), the chorus choir; ."Redeemed
of God" (Shelley), the chorus: choir; "BrealiDivinier Light"(AoUit-
Sen), Mr.' and Mrs. Wheeler; "Triumpjhal1 March" (Gulmant), Mrs.
R1head.

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ST, PAUL'S LUTHERN
CHURCH
(Missouri synod)
Corner Third and West Huron Sts.'
CARL AL BRAVTER, Pastor
9:00. A. M.- Prepa raWry Service'
In (kninan.
9:30 A. M: --aster $ervle It. tr-'
man..
11:00 A .M,--Preparatory Servic>e
in English.
1.:30.A.1X-Easter Service in Eng-
lish.
Sermon Subjeet: "QLru'ls esur-
rect. on A Glorious Victory."
'No Etentng Service

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FIRST PEBTE-NCHURCH.
DIVISION AND HURON
JAMIS C. REIA X, Sec't' 1Icen Students
6:30
SUNRISE SERVICE AT THE CHURCH
Lucile Wilty '23, Leader
10: 30
EASTER SERVICE "i-lbMAN T'1 MORT-11.4 ITY"
12:08
STUDENT CLASSES
Led by Proft W. D. Henderson and Dr. J. E. Kirk-patrick
6:30
SOCIAL, HOUR FOR REI ESHMENTS ANtD FUN.'
5:30
YOUNG PEOPLE'S TMEETING
"IS CHRISTIANITY PRACTICABLE IN INDUTSTRY -'"
Claude Graham, Graduate, Leader
Last Sunday Evening's meeting was intensely interesting. 'riii. even-
tng promises to be niore so. The discussions have been lively and deep.

See "Upper Room" Bullet
and Riined Schledule
Sunday Class for Men fro
9:30 to 1-0:15

Have You F0orgottenAn y+ne
Drop in and select your Faster- ox of
BETSY ROSSto

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CANVIES~
u1ber--Everybod ikes .idy.
iant the best, yiou need not guess, buti come ty

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GONGREGATIONAL C ~
"tTHE STONE CIII RIH WITH 'lEEWAA4 I WBCtA2,P
Herb ert A. Jump; E. iKmtoi Mitcetl l Ma X. ilir, Staff.
10: 30--aster Service, WWI special music,. baptism of -babies and
cepticyn Of iniemb ere. , ,.

CHU RCHOF CHRIST
(DISCIPLES)
Temporary, houme.
LANE HALL
V. P. AJ1THJJUP, tor,.

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COR. CATHEFINE AND DIVISION "STREETS JIEiftR1LIJ,1S, Rc
7:00-A. U.---Holy Communion.
~9:04 .A. x---holy Communion.
9:30 A. M.--Student Bible Discussion Group at H-arris Hall.
10:30 A. K.-Festival 'Morning Prayer, Holy Communionl and Sernjion Iy
the Rector. Subject, "Immortality."y
4:00 P. M.---Children's Festival Service.
6:00,P. 1M.-Sulpper for Students and other Young People at Hiarris il"11
Wednesday, open I-ouse at H-arris Hall from l to G.
EASTER MUSIC
Vested Boy choir of 36 voices, It. H. Kempf, Organist and Chloir Mlaster.

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