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THE MICHIGAN DAI A~

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.Y OFF ICIAL BULLETIN I
i i the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
uity. Copy receeied until 't:38zA. m. (11:330 a, . .Saturday.)
SAiTi IIIDY, AP11'iL 3, 112.; ', tllfiirr 1il
tifieates:
is in the College of Literature,. Science, and the Arts and in
f Education who expect to receive a, Teacher's Certificate in
ytheir tee~s at this time. Blanks should be secured from the
School of Education and the receirt retuirned to that offc e
n May 25.
7:1tARGARET CAMERON. Q
lish Club:
of the next meeting of the Graduate English Club is changed
April 30, to Wednesday, May 2. It will be held at Helen
silence at 8 p. m.
MARIAN 11. STU.DLEY.
Michigain Band:
n for the full band at Lane Hall, 2 p. ni. Iull Dreiss Uniformr.'
WILFRED WILSON, Director.

IThe "Legendle Symphonique' re- "Ford" f F a c
c ei'ved its premiere by the WarsawI
Philharmonic' society and was subse- In U. S. For Idt
quently given. under the baton of
Nikiseli by the Berlin Philharmonic.
Schelling's violin concerto, dedecated *.' ._;..
to Fitz Kreisder, has been play-ed fre-j *
quently by that distinguished artist,
while his newly published "Victory
Ball" has been described as the most.
brilliant and original musical compo-
sition inspired by the Great War.
Genius of Rare Orde~r .
Schelling is firmly entrenched in ' ..

real

nnni rn~rr'Irwin's Pep orchestra fronm Pittsburgh Bert and Mr
Ftv~iiFALI I~L~and by Kennedy's local orchestra. jField andi Mrs
i FORIC The patrons and patronesses for holb~rook: and
t e b l ar : P ei e t M ro L.Burton and M rs. Burton, Dean John , Bar letlt Lc
go ON -~LWEN~ A It.Effinger and Mrs. Effinger, Dean Prlof. H1,1,10
Tickets to thie Frosh Frolic, wic er l Bates and Mlrs. Bates, Dean any dcnartnw<l
is o b hed My 5at he nio, wllJoseph A. lBursley and Mrs. Bursley, ton whiere he
is o e eld4iy atth 'nin,'"llDean William lIuitphreys and Mr's. the National1
Ig ngeneral sale Wednesday after-; Humnphreys, Dean George A. Patter- wvill last for
noon at'the Union. Approximiately 1001 son and Mrs. Patterson, Dean Jean
nmore tickets will be sold.; Hamilton, Prof. Rollo 'E. MvcCotter _
The .annual formal dance of thxe first and Mrs. McCotter, Coach Fielding H-.
' ~Yost and Mrs. Yost, Coach George E. SC
year men will have decorations much Little, Prof. Louis A. Strauss and Mrs.' SCK
of the same type as those at this year'sI Strauss, Prof. Emnil Lorch and Mrs. INS .
Sophomore Pron, continuous music Lorch,- Prof. Robert M. Wenley andWhtI
will be furnished for the Bance by Mrs. Wenley, Prof. Charles B. Vib- /ihi.i

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the 'front rank -among living masters'
of the pianoforte. The representa-4
tine critics are agreed that his genius E
is unquestionably of a rare order and
that his ability' as, a composer is
growing rapidly, The late H. E. Kreh-
2iel !declared that he played "in aj
mnanly and beautiful stile with a'
large, singing tone. and fine senti-1
mentV while Philip Hlale of the Bos-
ton Herald commented that "he has_
virility that is not coarse and a deli-
cacy that is 'not lackadaisicali His
touch has character and beauty. His
sentiment is genuine and his passion
is artistically controlled." §chelling
is also Popular with the public who
Dave thronged his many New York
recitals during recent months.
Postpone Titu Beta P1Intiaf ion
Spring initiation~ ceremonies and
hanquet of Tau Beta Pi, national hon-
orary engineering fraternity, have been.
postponed to May 5., They, were to
.Dave' been hield today.

, " r iff ''6 :0-1Pro~esor Vibert spaks at flhe
iff ~ students' supper in Hlarris hall.,j
14/ite clouse 6:3O-Wesleyait gild 'neet in Meth .
'odist church.
6:30p-Cosmnopolitan club 'meetsin Con-
gregational church. Foreign stu-
dents speak.
I l-NOTICEjb
*. All sophomores deiing to play Class o
r Baseball call Bill Reid at 558 to- I
ri day.1
t4 w> .estival Notes
~ "Ernest Scellng, Paist ,
, "; :~." .** rnest Schelling, who will play his
"Suite Fantastique" for piano and or-
'$ chestra at the fifth May Festival con-'
cert, Saturday afternoon, May 19, is
n; ~one f the few American pianists of
the first rank, n addition to being
one of the most prolific and power-;
ful of iving composers.
g He was brn ,in Belvidere, New J-
sey, 47 years ago and made his debut
at the Academy of Music in Phila-
delphia at four and a half years of'
'~age. When he Was seven years old,
hsfather, placed him under .te tte-I
]age of Mathias, a distinguished pupil,
n S. Cllhetson 'of;Ch~pin at the Paris Conservatoire.
Two years of study sufficed to develop
Culertonvic-chir-his pianistic powers to sch a extent
If~ ommssin, ecetlythat for the su~ceeding five yews,
n residext Harding' at Schelling toured Europe as an infat
r~ on* the boost in sug- rprodigy. Following a period of in
___________ struction from "Leschetizsky, he etj
Paderew ski when 17" years of age.
____________Five years before, that great mnusi-'
a . can had heard Schelling and had pre-
~S Goi dicted'for hi apromising futuire.
to study at his chateau in Switzer-
__________________land where he remained for three
r fr blscounu S~uldyears maturing his art under expert
r by°St 5 '~o'loeck of supervision.
rO~bleaton. T : akes Paderewskis Plae
- 1When, Pderewski was unabl, to
A~U1U)AY 'Play at the National Polish Cen tennial
Icelebration of the birth of Chopin in,
Wof Foreign ''ars IdiUWO 109, he recommended Schelling a his
hall of the Union. , substitute, and on the night of Schel-
ilnfllcljlgan a ebll 'ling's first great triumph in the con-
ry .field. cert field, Paderewski cabled: "My
to I~psilon dnner in 'love and congratulations to you-once
the Union. my ,pupil :now my colleague." Shel-
Im tRrnho diner in room. ling and Paderewski hav" since re-
l ion.I mained -close friends, and it was Schel-
Tnnu Omega dinner in ! uig who revived Paderewski's" piano
the Union. concerto in A minor in his remarkable i
aiomJille las 'metsseries of "all-concert' concerts given
in New York during the season now
+rtes~jmet in room 3161 closing.
Lx 'Fame s Composer
neaps meet in raoom 311,02 Although Scheling's piano virtuos-
rn.s ity is now generally acknowledged,
his "fame as a composer is far from
SNDAY slight. His "Suite Fantastique," which
"ty en'sBible, class Ann Arbor will hear, has been pro-
iper groom, Lane hall. duced all over Europe under Mengel-4
ie lrhW imeets In robin berg, to whom it is dedicated, and i4.
n Chu.ch under Walter Damrosc, Karl Mck,I
Is' las, huc of Arthur Nikich and Frederick Stock.
, in tUpper room, Lane His, "Impressions of an Artist's Life"
was accepted by Karl Muck before it
t8' Bible cilrssefi et In'! was finished and was played by te
Boston Symphony orchestra and the,
use tTWesley haxll, orchestras of Philadelphia and Ci-
4 Epsilon flner in room cago fifteen times during the season
plop. of 191-1917.
SHIRTS.
ilee Assortment of Plain Calrs
Peach -- J1ue -- White

$;. Af re iir
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always in a hurry, he is, a do luxe l
French edition ot the American hustl-
er or live wire, Citroen makes 'autos.

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TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
l'Iftlu Ave. anid IVihlilaijiStL
REV. TL. J". GITNDEIWFAN, Plisor

~u n aa Cburcb ervices I

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9:A A. Al.-Bible School.

10:30 A. M--"Ifelps : nd i lindraiict's

Forimer-ly mnar y men though-;il t ofod as an absentee.
Fie ws propun f in the wvorld and life 13nly In the
miracle. Today thoughtfulnmon are thinking in the
terms or imimanence. M"Iodis a spirit.", "Whither
shall I floee iou Thy presence?" Modern knowledge
of the universe is forcing us to this way of thinking.
God becmes the co-worko 0 man in prayer, slpira-
then, charcter buildiing, hi-h endeavor, and sacri-
ficiali service. The pe resence of God is for many stll
unrecognized in nature k lw.,,mran, histeryothber
religions, and sciene.ThFlyImitatioli upon thie Di-
vine Spirit is in mlan's slowness, apathy, indifterence,

ignorance, and sin. No other Conceptin of (rod is
ad uatd; for toddy. No thr cmkwc lt~ul k-1iieu
the strain of modern thought and knowledge and
life. The10 great universe demands a great conception
of God. "When IC became a mlan I put a-way childish
things." A child's ideas cannot support a man's life.
"The man who is convinced that the Creative Power
fromi which all things come is spiritual believes in
God." Christianity asserts that this 'Spirit whom no
elan h-ath ever seen is unveiled in the life of Jesus.
R. EDWVARD S KYLE2S.

.wed
m eetiil

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
Stalte and Huron Streets4
~4I)NE S.ROB~INS, Miiiister

ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and Washing111tolnSt.
F. C., sill'I1114IIONPastor,
5:00 A1. M.---ible titudcy 1hour1.
T0 :30 A. M.--Serioln, "The WOneness
of ('hrst's Workers."
5:3o IP.My-Stu-dent Forum. Rev.
L. F. Gundernan will lead( in (Ii -
cussing, "''Iat; is 1Mean t 1by Sal-i '
7:30 P'. M.-S-ernn, "ITle Lunity of
Christ's Church."
All services will be conducted in
the English language.

BE'THLEHEM
EVANG3ELICAL CHURCH,
(Evaingoelical Synod of N. A.)
At h Avie., near Pa chard
C~. A. NEUMANN, Pastor
Sundlay School at 0:00 a. m.
Cihurchi Service at 10:00 a. in. Eng-
l 1ish.
Church service 11:00 a. in. Ger-
imin.
Students Cor'dially Welcomed

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH-
HOWARD R. CITAP3TAN,
Minister for Students
10:30-Morning Worship. Sermton.
"Theitnexpected In Chrisf." Mlr.
Sayles.
12:00--Stude,-nts Class at Gurild
House. Mr. Chapman.
6:00-Friendship Hour. All Stu-
dents 'Welcome,
6:0--Students' Discussion Meet-
ing.
7:30--Worship) and Sermon. "A1
Wounded Spirit." M'r. Sayles,
Note. Oan Wednesday. Mbay 9, at
7:30, Dr. Joseph Taylor, superin-
tendent of West China Mnission,
will speak in church parlors. A
cordial invitationi to the public.

10:,40 Av. ii.--ftlio eo-ed Cent-
nunlt y"
5 :45 ''. lM.-Students' Supper.
6:30,P. M.--Mr. T. L Adamfs, lpiesi-
dent of the Pig CGreek Institute,
Kentucky} will speak

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ST."'PAUL'S LUTHERAN
C HURCH
(Missouri Synodl)
Cornmr r Inird :end West huron Sts.

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-111 CARL A. BRAUYl°R, Pastor~

FIRST _METHODIST CHURCH
11EV. A.11', STALI(ER, 1). ID., Pastor
MI-3185LLENIV 1. MOORE, Student iDirect or
10:30 A. M. MORN\ING WORSHIP. P'astor's Subject: "TIIIl, OPEFN
MIND."
12:00 Noon. BIBLE CLASSES in 1ESLY hLL.
5:30-6:30 P. M. OPEN HOUSE in W\ESLEY h'ALI,.
6:30 P. M. WESLEYAN GUILD) DEVOTIONAL , MEETING. Leade1(r:
MISS ELLURA HARVEY.
7 ::0 P. M. EVENING WORSHIP. 'Pastor's Suhjevt: "FEA PCA UI Adnio G'a r4nl (d) r.I10a
"May the words of my- Mouth" (B3ui-Igh), the chor'us choir; "Fear
not ye, oh Israel" "(Spicker), the chorus choir; -f'y' hope is in the
Everlasting" (from the Daughter of Jarius) (Stainer), Mir. Wheeler;
March (Wallis)', Mrs. Rhead; "An Meer"' (Schlubert-Eddy), M1rs.
Rhead; "Oh Light Divine" (Kastalsky), the chorus choir; "Lowly
Kneel we in Contrition" (from Mors et Vita), (Go-unod), trio; 'March
(Gigout), Mrs. Rhead.

IFIRST PRESBYTERI!
I DIVISION AND HUR
1REV. L. A. BRET D ~M
I'LEWI~s C. 1JiE3lAM%, Sec'y' McIi)

9:30-German Service.
10:30-Bible School.

11:30-English Service.
Sermon subject: "Churisit's Conver-'

No Evenlig; Service

"THE WNAY OF
Inauguration of the new Y
12:00-STUDEN'
Pr-of. 1W, 1D. 1leliderson ant
5:30-STUDENTS'
Friendshi-F
6:,0 IGPO"SHALL THE FUNDAIM
A discussion growing out of thle1
Thomas Dasef,

abinet-,

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Materials

Lingette;

Oxfc d and English

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ICONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

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CHURCH OF CHRIST
(DISCIPLES)
Temporary ilome
LANE HALL

Just the right shaped collar

Zt, knbrew's ptcopa
CO R. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS 11
8:00 A. AI.--Holy Communion.
10:30. A. M.-Morning Prayer and Sermnon by the R
We WMintli.
5:0 10 . M.-Evening Prayer and Address by Mr. W1'
' ventures of a Prayer."

"4THE STONE CHURCH WITHl THEE\YARM AVELCO'MP",
htrbort A. ,Iuinp, . Knox Mtitchell, ary R. 31_illoii', St-ait

2.Oto a4.OO

0:30 A. M.-Students Bible Class, led by Mr. M itchell.

911 0 A. M.--Bible School.-Prof.,
lta rn hill, superintendent.

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