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OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ithe Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members of
;. Copy received until :::30 D~. m. (11:30 a. m- £Saurday.)

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will be at 3l04 "(1: 500 yards. Truck leaves R. 0. T. C.
F. E. COLTLINS,
Capt Inf. Dol.

In our Millinery, Display we have modes that are chic-
shapes that are youthful--designs that are dignified in Gage-
Fisk and Fart Tailored and Sport Models
PUYARand INTJZ
1328S o. MAIN ST.
I The Intestt Tailors
I %Wo Cincinnati)

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THE NEW
CHOCOLATE
MALTED DRINK

ASKA FOR

ity of Michigain Band:
mation at Lane Hall Saturday at 2 o'clock, a 7u Motiday at Z:W
s. Turn in all capes still out Saturday.
WILI+ 'RED WGtILSON:, Director. 1
for Comnedy (C1nb:
outs for incmbership in Comedy Club will be held..in Nestberry
ditoriun* Saturday morning, May 5, from 9 -to 12. Those trying out
,nested to have something prepared which they can recite. All
of the University are eligible for membership.
C. J. D REInS IAC.'T.
Club:
members of Comedy Club are expected to be present at the try-
Newvberry Hall Auditorium,, Saturday morning, May 6, from 9 to
seat in the selection of the new members.
C. , J. DRESI3ACIT.
..--'enlors diploanfee 1now payabl a t
E treasurer's office.

Students .wishin-- part-
time wrkatla he-mnan's
jo applyat any time
between
7 a.m. and 4:30 p*m.
at ewLierary Bldg.
COME, PREEPDTO WORK

AND BE

SATISFIED

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ARE AT THE AMERICAN

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To our hundreds of customers in the Student Body and
their friend: we announce very unusual values in TAILOR
MADE suits and topcoats.
Our lines include both Domestic and Imported high grade
fabrics of latest choices, and our cutters. follow last word styles,

Dealers Phone H14

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Made to Moasure

$27.50

M'ade to Fit'

AT'S GAIN ON

Made to Wear
Drop in at the American Hotel or phone
your address to 123 and our representative
will call.

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CLUBS -

FE-Copy for this column should
itbinitted by a! 30 o'clock of
daly before publication.
SATUVRDAY
--Lunceon of Board in Control
tliletics in private dining room
116 Unionl.
-lrr. Prince speaks at Union to
e interested in auto sales train-
. otire Dame-3ic0ugan baseball
e at Ferry fieldl.
Tau Beta Pi dinner in room 318
he Union.
-Delta Slwmia Delta dinner In

"Rollins stones gathler no mas,"
but unused fur'giture gathers dust.
Call 960. -Ad0.
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Mac eEgor' 8, Sp aldin 's adothers
A LARGE SHIPMENT JlUST RECEIVED

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OUR SUCCESS

Small Pro fits

Promptness

No Misrepresentation

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ofee thoo Bible class meets
noe hall.
SUNDAY
niverstty Nen's Bible clasg
> i Upper room, Lane hall.
Student class, Church of Christ, ;
in Upper room; Lane hall.
Student Biblo classes meet asn
y hall.
pen hFou-W at Wesley hall.
ussiani Vesper service at St..
ew's church.
wApl and Blaide meet's in Tap
of thle Union.
usiiltt chorus at Episcopal
nt- supper at Harris hall
Yesleyan guild meets in Mol'th-
church.
'calp and4 Blade anie1I n room
fthe Union.
ev. Frater speaks at. University
es in Hill auditorium.
U'-NWPICES
club tryonts today fromr 9 to
lock: in Newberry hall auditor-
of thoectl~rci cngluetering
411ill out applications for A. I..

Fi~fthi Ave. and William St.

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REV. L. V. fUNDERMAtN, Pastor

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Sunday Morning
Service. 10:3Q
Suiect: ¬ę"verlsting;

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We 'Have, All
Parts for
It

9:30 A. M.-IBible School.

10: 30 A. M.---"'Tbe Ascended lord'"

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The idea, shared by many, that life is a vale of tears, is just as
false as the ideas shar'ed by the great majority, the idea to which youth
and health and riches incline you, that life is a lglace of entertainment.
Life is a p~lace of service, and in that service one has to suffer a ;great
deal that is hard to beyar, but miore often to experience a great deal of
joy. But that joy can beo real only if people look upon their life a:4 a
service, and have a(l(ci flite object in life outside themselves and
their p~ersonal happln ess.-TOL STOY.

W D 11 Tube only
Red Seal Sparker
Reinartz Coil

$6:009

S u n dla y S c hI o o l, ,1 1 ' =15 . ee l ~ ; < a ' e l l g e t a o
meecting, 7:30.
'Reading Room, 234, Nickels Ar-
caide. Open daily 12 to 5 exccept
Sund!ays iand Holidays.
ALLAR WtG E

EVERYONE IS WEPLCOME

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Shits and Huron Strog
SIDNEY S. ROBIN31-S, .Minister

Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELLII ORN, Pastor

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G. A. \ E 1MA11NN, Pastor
Sund ay Schlool at .9:00 a. tn.

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10::30 A. AL--Organ 'Recital, Mr. La
Rowe.
Prayer and Cradle. Song;: Guilmant
Piroces'sional March; (Tilmart
Contemplation; Saint-Saens
10: 0 A. M, --Morning Service, "Out-
doors axuti lndoors Religion"
5:45 P. Al.--Stu dot~s Supper and
bislcusion.l

9:00 A. 'AT-Bible study hour.'
10:30 A. AT.---ermon, (German)
"The LorI's Prayer a Prayer."
5:30 P. T.-Student Forum. Sub-
.ject, "T he Rural Ainistry In tho
Lutheran Church," F. Chas. Wilk-
ening, Leader.

Church
lishi.
Churn h
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Service at 10:00 a. m.' Eng-
Service 11:00 a. mn. Ger-

Stuidents Cordially Welcomed

Sayles.
12:410-Students Class at Guild
House. Mr. Chipman.
6: 00-Student Friendship Hour.
Refreshments.
6:30-Devotional Meeting 6f Stu-
dents.
7:30--"Sau I's Suicide--A 11arning
Against Jealdousy."Mr. Smyles .
SPECIAL: On Wednesdlay evening,
May 9, Rev. Joseph Taylor, D.:1).
of the West China Mission will
give an address in Church Par-
lors. A gr'eat speaker with
story of real achievement.

LAN9_E HALL

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See "Upper Room" Bulletin
and Printed Schedule
Sunday Class for Men from
9:30 to *10:15

7:30 P. M.-Sermon, "The
Prayer It Model."

Lord'sI

(Missouri Synod)'
Corner Thl'li' and Wteat Huron Sts.
('A 11, A. ItRAI) r , Plastor

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'HE best plan is to give
Lthem a coat of Lowe
'rothers Mellotone, which-
1made in a variety of soft
4lorings.
Mellotone is a flat oil
aint that is easily applied
ith ai brush. Quickly dries
ith a dull velvety, finish
hat is restfutl to the eyes.
Mv~ellotone colorings were
ade to match the gray -
ones of Nature's wild-
owers. Thiey come in 'a
ide selection of beautiful
int.s, enatbling you to bring
he great outdoors' indoors.
Mellotoneie s, the most
OS.WAL
112 W. WWashinton

.9:307-Germnan Service.
10:'30--Bible School.
11:30--English Service.
Sermon subject: "A MWonderful.
Pralyer."
Tr~l~*ay A scension Day
7:30 P. M.-Sernmon topic: ' "Tite
M1ediator at the ight, Hand of Godh."

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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CH-URCH
IIE: . 1. A,.I IREtT 1'qI). 144 -Mmiiter
)IWIS C. REUW(IN-N. Svec'v Nell Sudeiiis
Morning Worship
10:20L11YV',ROYERS OF LIFE"
:12:00-Lasst ml eeting of tie Student Cl~u.:ses led by Prof. W. D.IicP .hndrs;on
anti Dr. J. E. Kirkpatrick.
5:30--YOUNG PE~OPLE'S FhOUR.
6:30-Chrisit an Endeavor Meeting.
8:30:-University. Services in Hill Auditorium.
Geraldine M(Tlenry, '26, Leadecr
"WHY I RELIEVE IN 11W IB IALE; WHT IT 1AS, MEANTTO MI"
University Services in Hill Auditoriumt
IVIAPTRICE PRATER, successor. to John G. Paton of the -New Hebrides
will speak on ,"Among, 1ji4'Soth li'Sett Islanders."

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economical, the most sani-
tary and the most satisfac-
tory treatment you can give
your walls. Enables you to~
wash off spots and keep
your walls fresh and invit-
ing..
Comne in and see the
sample panels and ask for
literature.

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"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE AWARM WELCOMJE"II
Herbert A. Jumnp, E. Knox .itchell, Mlary If. Millar, Staff.
10:30 A. lV.--Mr. Jump, continues his liberal interpretations of' THlE
('REEl) Of PROGRESSIVE C1HRISTIANCITYj
An unusually large congregation of students attended last Sunday'
Today;. "Tihe Blood Atonement versils Unending Divine Love."
12:00--Open Forurm. Prot. W. R.' Humphreys on Ilistory amd Fiction li
file Wile."
6:30 P. M.-Studenits Fireside Chat. Election .of officers. "Jazz, ju
Music and In Life". A general discus ;ion of'some present-day 'ten-
dencies in campus thinking and living.-

F.P1. AITUfIR, Pastor

COI:. CATHIERINE AND DIVISION STR1EETS

9:30 A. U.--Blible School.-Prof.
.1arnhill, sup~erintendlent.
12:00 M.--Student Class.es in Lane
~fall Rqa _ding Rooms.
10: 30 A. }. Muorning Services. Ser-
mon Topic, "On the Firing Lane."
6 :30 P. M.-Christian E~ndeavor
mieeting.
Men's Service Club meets at noon..
Led by Dr. C. Stouffer.

8:00 and 10:00 A. M.--Holy Communion.;
Sermon by the Rector "An EsetilTruibh of Christianity."

hENR kY LEWF1IS, Vector

THlE RUSSIAN MEN'S CHORUS of Dettolt

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will sing Russian ecclesiastical nmusic at the 5 o'clock Vesper serevce at
the Church, and will present a programi of Russian folly songs At the
student's' supper in Harris hall at 6 o'clock. Voluntary offering for the
relief of Russian refugees.

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