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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ilicatlonkin the. Bulleatn ts construetive notice to all members at
Unikversity. Cody re% elved until 3:.10 V.im. (11:30 a, . ai rdy
mine 3 S8t-NDAY, APRIL 22, 1923 xu be r 1451
rsItyr Leasure:
r'ofessor Antonio 0. Solalinde, of Madrid, and for the year a membe
staff of the Department of Romance Languages, will deliver a let
n Spanish on the subject, "Las obras menores de Cervantes" in ti
rium of the Natural Science Building at 4:15 pt. m. Morday, Apr
Te pu~blic is cordially invited.
P. E. ROB3IINS.

Xew Way to Pay old Tebts", wich I)EYFV WRJT~I". tl 14E c ")rry E ;)?ti;n. W. Doug las, on the board of governIors
Edwin Booth had 3 Wn ill 1V VF1('ll E BII'i'l '1". hwgits anualustoi eln of the hL. ,and M: uc Eliot
"OthellzL' will be presentCed W e dnes--':- - - AN :"1'1"y r!sidenco entri ned "':1?PI .its former s oci l;iretr ee h hn
day night. On Thursdaly, Frd)ida n MioLDryus '4 aswitn anae wtl;: h a 1 (Ilaner iven Fiday gue 1sts.
S:udyeeigadas tSt ~tl,"hePai1ruh. <chu- vnigatt 'drn oryv.lMrs. Henry T'lhe dinner ,followed, a tea. dansarl
urday matinee, the star will app,,. r in p_,VS> in the iste t issuae of the, Chin
"The Black Flag", a "'dayof i ,esb 1 e --e s cnhlthe ollcial oor
iAugustus 1E.Thoms.gun ;of ith hunred or mtre ailliedi
Mr lan _mel rng):s «'i",l)im11a new (clubs of f f7~C hine:>e stdnts in A'.n1'- y3
leading worma, Carro) ll MeComasi'. The c1a. llicii
ter oither l~ading women ini tl-e regular; .'i'his uliaon, which i5 circuilat-
l-cast include Mary hill, Mabel M'voore Cd unincipally in the United States andi
he;and lElsie Herndon. ' ?Ideals primarily with interna- 1g. Inn 1V XT kT T 1 1A

t., res iden]s ftthe

d Ad-it pays.-

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Uiverslty 1.Lectures s
The Pion. Henry -. Currau, formerly President of the Borough of Man-
hattan and fusion candidate for Mayor of the city of New York, will de-
liver two University lectures, viz.: Monday, April 23. at 4:15 p. m., "The
Cost of Keeping out of Politics;" Tuesday, April 24, at 4:1Hi p. mn., "The
Value of Going into Politics--and Hlow to Go in." Room B, Law .Building.
The public is invited.
J. S. REEVES.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and tie arts:
As the two committees now at work will be unable to~make any report at
the nest Faculty meeting which was scheduled for April 23, this meeting
will be omitted. The -next regular meeting of the Faculty will be held
M~ay 21.
JOHN R. EP~FINGERi.
Senior:
Air. If. G. Knox, Vice President oif the Winchester-Simmons Company
'will be in Room 2, University Hall, on Monday, April 23, from 2 .to 4 P. 1'1+.,
fo the purposeof interviewing, seniors in thme College of Engineering or the
Deartmen.t of Business8"Administration who might be interested in going
with Wiuchester-.Slmmous Comprany upon graduat ion~. This Company is a
Ynerger of the Winchester Arms~ Company of New Haven, Connecticut, and
th~e Simm~onsHardware Company of St.. Louis, Missouri, and operates a
number of factories, distributing warehouses, and retail :stores in various
parts- of. the United States.
J. 'A. 13URSnrY.
Woiuli's eeAreb Club:
There will be a meeting of the Women's Research Club on Monday,
April 23, at 7:30 p. in. in Room Z-231. Natural Science Building.
ELIZABETH L. THOMPSON, Sec:
.en' VdaciUonal Club:
The Men's Eiducational Club will ,meet Monday, April 23, in Room 306
Michigan Union, at 7:000 ecoel. There will be committee report, business,
mveeting, and a speaker. L. "1. BEACH, 'Secretary.

tiona~l prolemsn of interest to Chin-'
; ltxlc~f~lictF a~ {[eic3 (ese :,fudeints the world over. Tn his
Shubrt-iehgan I~er'i) atP )eyiuss outine; the cnde-
Bectause of the great popuilarity of to~eiln nAeia nvri
"Take It From ise", this munsical tics, -wh'ic oni'" cnt the O)retacl whto
comu dy -by Joseph 1M. Caites vwil l be i ere to.studety. Prat. John D 1ew-
held over for a second werk. The' <y, forer prWessor of philosonphy in'
play, accordling to the press matte, the Ulivetrsity, is a contributor to thne
l, tuneful tale of youth" and is full of a~ issue.
laughs, 9)Ilg lWts, and a chorus of (cx- I
(':"ptiovally pretty girls whob know Lose Eomethi.g?: A e asst fled lu
how to dance. 1siT' act will st*A)It for von-Adv.

EVERY ONE GU9ARAN TED
J N t~aRq 'IT y"
WA.H 4i BOKTRE

LEE' I SLOTTE THOA, WING1T0 & D1- SON, adL./AULDLNI'S

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- . for "Mother" onther day"of
days than your prri
{ f1 t ' Y ,, f lhers' 'Day is Sunday
4.
May 13--arrange for
appointment now
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State
j 5 °eet PHOTOGRAPHER
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s,1, " ilClub:
tl . crq are invited by: tho r.sidents of Martha Cook Dormitory
nd~y' evening supper at 5 p. mn, April 22. A brief programn will
.ishedi by u.,ehers who took tbhe Spring 'trip.
r J~~. A. C. HIUD#L2NER

Call .
303-W

to
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Sophomiore find:
A mePin.g and practice of the Sophomore B~nd will be held in, Room
No. 306$ of th~eMichigan U7nion3, at 6.45 Tuesday evening. Bring instruments.
W. W. SPANAGFYL, Mgr.

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him into matrimony in order to obtain
his, money. In guarding the .jewelsl
miany unexpected things happen.
)Werth
"One Ekciting Night", that mystery?
story. par excellence, produced! under-
the direction of D. W. Griffith, comes
to the Wuerth today for a five-day run.I
In "One Exciting Night" the director l
gives five of the six elements that go I
to nialie up effective mrystery ofl the
screen-secreted treasure, personal dis-,
aperacpiv4ingbhonmicide, hidden'
idintiyand. the return of the aversg-E
ig Spirit.
"Ond Exciting~ Night" includeos such
a 'c~.t as Carol Dempster, Henry Hull,
P~orter Strong, !Morgan Wallace, and
inany oth~ers of note in the pictureu
wor'ld~.I
In- adition to the main featuire,'
;ta~r JLi.urel will be shown: in "The
Noon .Whistle."

TRINITYV LUTHEl-lRAN
CHURCH4
Fifth Ave. atid lWilliami St.
REV. L. F. (Wl)EIIM'.RAN, Pastor

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cburcbheicec

IOn Friday and Saturday "Look Youmr
Best", written and directed by Rupert
Huighes, 'will be screened. The,. lead-
ing' -actors in the cast arse Coleen
Moore and Antonio Moreno. The 'story
is'a comic one of a girl wvho had the
choice of losing weight or losing her
job, and how she faced her pf edica-
ment..
IheStage
Giarric'k (Detroit)
'Walter Hamipden brings two new
productions to the Garrick this week.
"The Rine of. Truth", the play adaptedI
by Arthur 'Goodrich and Rose A,
Palmer' from, "Robert Browning's
poem "The King and the Book", will
be given Sunday; evening, and Wed-
nesday matinee. '"Hlamlet", w il lac
presented Monday evening,- wlh ch is
Shak~espeare's birthday anniversary.
Tusday evening the actor "will appear
in Massinger's, sardonic* comedy, "A

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9:0 A. 1V.-B}ilc School.
10:3 3(lA. 1M. - "ee 'I'de-11

Pu hli(

"The waters know their own, and draw
The brook that springs in yondier heights;
So flows the good with equal law
In to the soul of vare delighlt s.

The
The
Nr or
C",in

stars come nightly to the sy
tidlal wave unto the sea;
time, nor space,' nor deep, nor high,
JIcep my own away friom me."
J~llY\ 3UROGN

FIRS'f C,,UR~c H- OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST
109 8.Dirv Islon
Sundlay Morning
Scrvice.. 10;30~
Wednesdlay Evening, testimonyV
meetig, 730.
Redi-Room, 2)'f;NIcklhl,~S Ar-
Suudayi tt andi Holidays,
DLL iTR ,WELCOME

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

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1ION L U T ARAN
CHURC H

1.ETHLE HEMlT
EV ANGEL_,,ICAL CHURC
(EvangeAical Synod 'of N. A.)

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UNITARIAN ClURCH
strafe ate Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBNS, 3Nialser

FIRST BAPTIlST,
CEURCH
HOWIARDJ R. CI'IL ',
Y3iie for Iaemt
1 V-n.jxl-- Lh n < f 3

ANN ARBOR
BIBL C H R TO

Fithi Ave. and Wasli~ngton St.
E. C. STEILLIiOIfiX, Pastor

lSun(14

41;8i Ave.,, near Packard
S.j A..NEUANN, Pastor

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Ohu rcli
ISh2.
Chlurch
luau.

Schnoci at 9:00 a. in.
kService at 10:00 a, m, Eng-
:,rvice 11:00 a. iii. Ger-.
eats Cordially W"5elcomed

"UPPIER KROOM"
B4 BL11CLASSES
ANiE HAL

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10:40. A. M,-.l~lrhe E'olt Life,"
4~ 1. M.Studlit2 Saper and
discussion.
6:30 P. li.-Professor I cy W. Sl-
lars 'speaks on "imurcm.raillY.1'

If y'ou really want photo-
graphs of friends who gra-
duate, ask for them early!

1{ :4 ^ . . I---totring ezvice. 5cr-
ionTopic, "1 IR I sSip.
AX0I.l. --StuaeJnt IFortna will
7:30 P. IN.-EI ^iing Service. Top-
ic, I-CII; 'Need of aSiped

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12:00-Stuent' BbleClass
at Guild Hlouse.
6:00-Students' Fries dship
Church Parlors.
6_: 30---Ilistall ation of lno"'v
officers.

ST.. PAUL'S LUTHERAN'
CHURCH
OMiss ouri Synod)
CARIL A. BRAUER, Pastor

mneets
I J'our,
Guil~d

EveningSeie--:0
Members' of the Guild Eaieili
'Band wvill have charge of the even-,
iug service with thtree ;s;ealcrs.

See "cUPpe r 1Room" Bulleti
and Printed Schedule
Sunt day Class . or Men from
9:30 to 10:15

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FIRST METHOLDIST CHURCH
RI17.E . . . I'Arl{LJ a ..1). 1P., Pastor
MISS ELLL;N IV. 3100 %.F'Student 1)ire~ctor
10:30 A. M. MVORNING WORSHIP. Pastor's subject: "TIIl SOBER
MIND," the first of a series of thre= sermons.
12:00 Noon. 1311I3LE CLASSES in NVESLEY h ALL.
5:30-6:30 P. Al. OPEN iihIOUTSE in 'WESLEY HALL.
6:30 P. M. WESLEYAN GUILD l)EVOTION4L ImEETINtG. Leacd&': MR.
JULIUS I-ANSLOV SK1 .
7:30 P., M. W ESLEYAN GUILD LECT,,uE . Speaker: MR. RAYMOND
ROBINS. Subject: "THE OtrFLAW1RY OF WAR THE NEXT
STEIP IN WORLD CIVGILIZATION."

Sermaon Suh.-cct: "The Sorr ow
(andl Joy oIf BElievers and LUbte-
kbelievers,"

0:30-German Service.
10:30---Bible 'School.
11 :30-EnglislilService.

I)IJSONAND 11'11,ON
MORNI NG TUERICE
"THlE CAJ.L To SERVICE"
5:0
STUDEFNT S' SOCIAL HOURi
6:30
YOUNG PEOPLE'S AMEEING
"Was Rae Prejudice a Place in1 Ch jfiristiain Civl lizatio n?"
*'Ia there a Chosen Ruace?";
JohnO Wilen, '16, Leader.

Give them plenty o f time
t o havne them madet at their lei-
sure, B-a be yours ?nade early,
t0o, Phone 6o4 -w about it.

'dn U Eenring Service

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
"'IHE STONE CHIURCHI WITHI THE WARM WVELCOMNE"
Herbert A. Jump, F. XKnox Miitchell, Mlau KI. 3illar, Staff.
TiEE, CREED OF PROC REISIVE CHRISTI1ANIT Y
A series of liberal iterpretaztiois of current religious belief by
Herbert Atchinson Jump
Sunday Mornings at 10:30 A. Al.
Aii99"r'3 l tT ,11~-'Adni l ;. TheA scmit.of Evohu~iou."

CHUCH OF CHRISM
(DSCIPLES)
'c'eil)prary Route
LANE HALL
F. P'. AR{TIIUPR, raster

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'a 4,ubrw9 iptcopal Cbtub
COO. CATHER1.NE.A.MD DIVISION STREETS HE-RY LEW~IS, Ise
8:00 A. M.-H-Icly Communion.
10:30 A. M.--Morn-ming prayeran sermnieby Re 'verend GeClorge C
Stewart, D.D., of St. Luke's Ch _urchi, Evanston, Illinis.i
5:00 P. M.-Evening prayer an(.dAddress by the Rcctor:. Subject:
An Who Tried Again."

9:30 A. ---Bible School.
12:00 .-Student Classes in .Lane
Hall Reading Rooms.
10:0"0 A. M.---Morning Serviceiss. Scr-
neion Topic, "What Is1 ;~ i~V
G-10P. M--Christin EVndeavor.

6 :00 t',I .-Suqpperpat Harris Halfl for suensand other young people.
Rev. drevS. Gill, Lector o? St. Alatthias' Church, Detroit, will

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