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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
prtstn R ages 1 ~~~~lainlyshows. Delegates from ,the1. i' S a eIItt~ao
United States are elected inl the Ox-,
In H a to e n a n u ti s ford American Club after heated de- - Kalamaz~oo,
In H a to e mb ni sr ates between Democrats and1 Iepub- Carrick (D~etroit) fourth annal
li1cans, and they have played a con- Thce L'onstclle Complany offers a
.r spicuous part in the proceedings of droaatization of John imunter. Bo0th";
t}the Assembly. Ralph Carson, Rhodes nov "heMsq'rrer" itht Minor
S~ f4 I f scholar from Mic(higan, was the first XVat.. on in lthe' title r ole which 11Guy
AAmerican to be oresident of the As- ates Post made famous. Ther'e 1is n-
~ .semtbly. W. Y. Elliott, Rhodes scholar trigue, politics and.( romance in the
:.,: from Tennessee, and E. S. Griffith of play,
f < tiM\w Yr', ,have a]-) served as presi-Fo
f°6'¢'' . : ;;% rldnt. T1"1'former 1?3rE'? endered valuable TA''" ,r 'A"R URGES
I " , service to the cause of the As, embly i,
by aiding in the formation of sI ,tar , ateL N PO T
bodies in French universities. S. Ys-
Washington, Rhodes scholar from! (Continued; from Piage Nine)
West Virginia, is now ,general secre- geton o tepevnio fthsi
tary that teams not be permitted to enter
* . *~~. The questions which have been atoraetw nthy av cr-
dealt with by the Assombly are toa
large extent those which h1ave been pleted a playing schedule of fifteen
considered by the League of Nations. games.
IPrincipal among them have been the The other two suggestions concern
$ various questions of the Far East, the 1the a of players. IHe would. have
Epirus dispute, the question of Eg-pyt- ayuAbre rmta lyi iI
n } 3 ; :ian independence, the dispute bet- wee 1
Turkey and Greece, the qtuestion of sho ni ehsrahd1 er
of ag-e and have him end that competi-'
< <the union of Austria and Germany, re- to hnhehsrIhd i wn!
g:partitions, disarmament, and minori- ehbrha.Lmtn h einn
ties. The discussions, which are held, g, Vcorigto .Mr. Rowe, would be-
in the Union debating hall, have ageoaror ng
for the bettering of the youths' condl.-
thrown upon the screen of Oxford to fe they reached the years9
opinion a clear, silhouette: of the va, -[weetycolpatiae, hi-
liii hu e blas furna e in t e fore roundsous differences between the East h i i tt e up e n o l, h
--------~" °'° ~~and the West, the Latin an.d the Saxonthe imit at befit n wotdh
krchenlvihhgls lra~ei h oerud the Continental and the American. Itblvonit competition.
It i reortd tat ive eref i sad t be predin Frnchis not extravagant to say that the Ox-
Id andsixpty oed t nathfie swetrs are"watbhfullyewing."rechford Assembly presents in a small' Stadents to Graduate from Calv-in
ed ad sxtywoudedin te sree focesare wathfuly atig."scale ao cross-sectioin of world o'pin-; Grand Rapids, June 1-(By A.P'.)-)
ting in the city. The ' jotin g spir it iion. Thirty-eight stuidents ivill begriidu-.

Site of 1Fariliers Vhtau. 'of
tauqua !en,
June 1-(By A.P.)-Thwocb
1l four county chautauqua fai

OnI

'V1lLL1 H.1 .LL td iL~lt
o f DI'stinction

Si

ickel's Arcade

k-

y Fosters
)Of Studenitsi

tinge of been one of the~ attractive features of
various} the university lie. Situated as it is
ther~ in in the center of the educational w orld<
appar- between the East and West, andi en-
is need joying a unique tradition and prestige,
an uni-*Oxford has always been a shrine of
nly re- the student worldl. But no, until now
politan have the foreign students been
has ex- brought together in one organizationl
d~ni re- where the various national points- of
eresting' view could be publicly preeteJ to.
the undergraduate body of O~xror'd. 'The
of the Oxford International Assemly, n'od-
always eledt as it is on the League of Na tiolns

Steps are being taken to organize Iated froim Calvin college this year. i
in form aid procedure, is now one s imilar ass: em blies in other large anad ;- - - -
of the unique movemients of Oxford (cosmopolitan. universities of thle'
history. Organized 18 months3 ago, it. world, and to unite these organiza-
has drawn into its ranks representa- tions in order to bwild tip student'
fives of 42 nationalities. Its first meet- opinion throughout the wvorld. It is
tical expefience at Geneva as South can universities as has indeed already
African deeaet h egeAsm endn tClmi n Tcnin.i
bly wvas a lsource of g rat help to th e The c osmopolitan character of( many
Oxford Assembly. His first successor, American universities makres thiemi, GRADL!A F'i JNT G imi yis
Iwas Magbool Mahmood, of India, 'who like Oxford, peculiarly fitted for such.
[is already well known In Amnerican organizations, and where it is inpos-i TWO LARGE STOCKS TO SELECT FROQM
universities. sible to secure delegates of every na-
Though modeled on the League at', tionality, qualified experts may be i
Geneva, the Assembly is not bound in subsctited teree nsoe nations. W AIR 'SI~r V Vi RSI 'rY B Go 1 U
its organization by the Ilimita~ton~ ofPrcia suggestions and hlp of any
the League, as the admittance of ;le-' kind will be gladly given upon inauiry STATE STREET MAIN
gates fromn T'urkey, Russia, the Irish to the general secretary of the 0 'ford1
Free State, and the Uited wtate9 International Assembly.

D HISTORY
eing a--stride a good horse
mindced of us feel. Paul
A'rc;-all found the horse
eacns of transportation.
thrill. Call 87 on one of
ourselif the many jy of
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TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Fiitii Ave. ania William St.
IIEV. I. F.' OUN DERMAN, Pastor

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Iicreaifer."'

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I hate this shallow Amrericanisml which hopes to get rich by
credits, to get knowledkge by rapas on midnight tables, to learn the
economy of mind lby phr-enology, or skill without study or matitery
wvithlout apprenticeship, or :sale of goods through pretending they will
sell, or power through making believe you are powerful. They think
they haze got it, lout they have got something else.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Sunday Morning
Service- 10:30
Subhject: "Anle-ent mnild
NeeroiIIcy. alias 3
andliypitoti. in, Dm10l
Sunday School, 11 :45.
jWednesday Even~ing,
meeting, 7:30.
Readling 1Room, 231 Ni
cade. Open daily 12 to
Sundays and Holidays.
B rL ArU 'WELC(

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EVERlYONE IS WELCOME

UNITARIAN CURCH-
state and HIkuron Streetsi
SLIDti'4 Yso t1'MRIS, milster

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pow -REAL
REDUCTIONS
- ON-
£STOCK OF ME'"S
,E SUITS

ZION L.UTHERAN
CHURCH

. BETHILEHIEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A,)
Utl Ave., near Pa~ckard
G. A. NEUMAN N, Pastor
Sunday School at 9:00 a. rn.

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FIRS'T BAPTIST
CHULRCHI
R. EDIVARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD It. CHAP1MAN,-
3Minisier for Students.

71,

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Fifth Ave..and Washington 'St.
EC. SEELLJIQRN, Pastor

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;eiiior S: mliay

10:30 ( A. 11..

Organ PriodT2){. .Mil

Church
lispi.
Church
mzan.

Service at 10:00 a. mn, Eng-
Service 11:00 a. mn, Ger-

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Souivenir............Drola
Lat Serenta...... ..Braga
Triumphal AMarch-",Naainan,"
Costa

9:00 A. M.--Bible Study Hour.
10:3N A. M.7-Morning services.
;):,"0 P. M.---Student Forum.

to $40.00

10:40 A. IV.-"AI1 Doubtsi in
A review of b .Jack's
"Religious Perplexities."

One."l
book,

-Students Cordially Welcomed I

lO:3-MVorning Worship. Sermon
by Mr. Sayles. MVrs. C. G. 'Wat-
kins, Sop rano Soloist.
12:00-Sun day School Hour,
12:00O--Students' Class in Guild
House. Mr11. Chapman, leader.
Gufild Special - otie
This is Senior Night. At 5: ^0 all
students will' meet at Guild and
go to Beefsteak Hill for the an-
nual outdoor inspirational meet-
ing.- -Hugh Potter, '23E, will be
,in charge. Other Seniors wvill
speak. Comte promiptly at 5:30.

See "U1
-and
Sunday

$6"'3275

Vocal Selections:
Turn iTe Unto Me.....Costa
Alleluia ............ 1ZPlst rina!

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH

All -services in English.

to $50.00

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Suits are all New Spring Mod-
- Straight Box - Back Coats-
-i Trousers are wv ide -- Nwithi
17-inch bottoms
must See These Suits
Realf-ze The VaDues

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
REV. A. W. STAtLREI, D. D., Pastor
31I88 ELITE W. itOORiE. Student Director
:10:3,0 A. M. AMorning Worship. O11R CqREAT COM1MILT ON SERVICE.
12:00 Noon. B;IBLEI CLASSES in WVESLEY IJALL.
G:00 P. 11 SENIOR MWEETING of the WESLEYAN GUILD on the.
IBoulevard. Meet at Wesley Hall.
7:30 P i11. WE!SLEYAN GUILD LEC'TRE. 1Dr. Sx muel Dickie, Speak-
er. His subject'will Ibe: 1T "l I'\W ENIEMENT.'
S:PEClAL MU1ItSIC:"Anidantino" (Dubois), Mrs.-lRheadl; Lar'go" (Dvor-'
ak)c, ;Miss Sti'uble; 'Benedlichi,," (Toni's), the Chq(rus Ch'1oir; "17
1%orn1:ng Lnd"W (Phlelps), Mr. andMis Wheeler; "Sanctus"
(Tours), tihe C horus; "Grand Chorous" (Dubois); Mrs. R ead;,
"At E vening" (Dudley Buck), Mris. Rhead; "Andantino" (Simon-
etti), M.1iss Strule; "Build Thce More Stately Mans1ions" (An-
(drenws), Alr- and MRs:. Whieele, M1ihss Howe, f2 'sr. Dewey;
"Crossing the Bar" (Willeb)y), Mir. Wheeler; M,' rk), Mrs.
Rhlead.

Missouri Synod)
Corner Thinr and West lluron Sts-
CART, A. BRAUER, Pastor
9:00-Preparatory service in
German..
9:30-Holy Communion in Ger-
- in n.-
11: :00Preparatory service in
English.
11: 30-Holy Comlinion ini Eig-
I ish. Ser mon subject: "Christ's
Inistructions in Prayer."

FIRST PRESBYTERlAr
DIVISION AND H-URON
REV. L~. A.M ARRiE T, D. 11., 111111s
LEVIS (C. REMANA, See'y .Mellsl
Morning Worship
10:30
"A STORM ATr SEA"
5:30
Young People's Hour
For all young people in, Ann
G:30
Lucile ,Welty, '23, Leads the . E
"'Why 1 Believe in Jesuls; W11at He

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EXTRA SPECIAL

CHURCH Of CHRIST
(DISCIPLES)
TemtpOrary homne
LANE HAM.
F. P. A .TIUR, Pastoar

OF PAJAMAS

Values up to $2.50

CON'GREGATION!d
"THE STONE CHIURCHI WITY
_Ierbert A. Jump E. lKno~

IURCH'
AZRM WELCOME"
.tary K. Millar, Naff.

COR. CATHERINE AND D~IVISION
HENRY LEWIS, Rector

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.30 'A. M.-Bible School.-Prof..
Barnhill, superintendent.
12:00 M--Student Mlasses in Lane
Hall Reading Room~s.
10.30 A. MW.-- Dr. Carl_ Swift of

8:00 A. M.---Iloly Communion.
10:30 A. M.-Holy Communion and Sermon by the Rector:
the Apostles' Creed?"
No EvenIng Prayer at 6:30 P. M.

10:30 A. Ml.-Children's Day

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