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AlLY OFFICIAL PULL'I
blication is the Bulletin lis constructive 'notice 'to all ni
University. Copy reei'ved until 3:30 10p.M. ' (11:110 a. mn.
uns 3 SATURDAY1, DECEM11ER ,Z2; A 1

To All Students::..
The University kDiscipine .Committee* recomnnends that the
be given opportunity to show -their depmeation and disapprove
order of Sunday night;, Novemnber" twenty-sixth, b~y paying for
caused to the various theatres," and 'that to facilitate this the
the University appoint a committee consisting of the Chair~fai
,at's Advisory Committee (Chairman), th~e President of t]
Union, the Managing Editor of the Michigan Daily, the Retie
and the Captain-Elect of the toot-ball team.
UNIVERSITY DISCIPLINE COM4
Unlversity Lectures:
Baron S. A. Korff wilt deliver three University lectures on
4, Tuiesday, Dec. 5, and Wednesday, Dec. 6. Each lecture will
Room B, Law building, at 4:15, p. m. The suiects will be as
"The Present Status of Parliamentary Governm~nt in Europe";
Events in Russia"; (3) "Russia 'and Turko." The public is
vited to attend these lectures which are atkanged throug~h the
of Political Science.
'iversity Womn;
The registration blanks" for 'si ;nlng out at night dure
should be returned now to the office of the Dean of Women.
JEAN HjAMILTON, Dean of
Blue PIFIts:
Begnning Monday, Nov.. 27, student* a"d University defea
have blue prints made in any size and q aatity by the Photogr
atory of the Department of Drawirng. 8tju#enIts should 'leave t1
ii the of leeof the Secretary of the U iversity and 44y 'eeo
for the prints at thle same office. University'deptiouita may
tracingse.ither to tde 3earetary's oficle or to tlVw phqooraplli;
420 I IR.Oriug uikiu%.
All tracings left at the Iaboratoryor at the ;9ecrotsry's.
I® a. Mn. Will be printed and ready f*r deliv~ry' at 8: SO Tracing
4 o'clock will be printed aud returued ht 10 o'diI k am. Iol
prio*, for blu, prims will be 1 cent per f~ot or 6' 44 tio4, there
imun charge is5 cents. Special arrangemenOt are madefo
of University departments.
The laboratory. im prepared also to mnake bliwpwrinithe
tracings, and tracings odelivered bet rre 10 4: in. wfil be 'rae
atives returned at 10 a. rn. following. T~l* prlo6.;tar nep~tive
per square toot, with a mlinimum charge of 10 cats
TI. .1
Faculty Concert:
The neat concert in the =Faculty. Concert Series, which is cc
to. the general public, Will, take "placa in Hill. Auiitarhzin oni
noon. December 3, at 4:16 o'clock, when the Uniyero~ty B.and
rect ,"f Captain Wilfred Wilson will offr two gro4p of. nu
XI.. Thomas E. Dewey, bass-barito isofQ o th iv UP ty itc
will sing two groups of songs.' The prorixg 1iffull is qfc
Vision Fugitive from "Herodiade M gbht," Mr 1ie.6yj
Fairest of the Fair" (Sousa), Spanish'Rh psoA$' rkohd), Mi
the Elk" (Alford), Selections from "C irmnen" ,'(Be,'t), tni'i sil
Temple Bells,, 'Til I Wake, (Finder), The 'Song 6f the Tinker
Mr. D~ewey) (Max Ewing), Mr. Dewey; March,. "Men of :.the
Blue" (G'ornetzl~y-Wilson), Caprice, "Venetian Bleauity" (Roll
esque "The Girl I Left Behind M'" (Bellstedt), March,
(Sousa).
CHARLE~S A. SiNK,
1nnouncenient of Courses in the Pliysictl Zducatloen Four-]ear
(Second Quarter)
1._ 41-b-Basketball Theory and Practice: Meet Coach E.
Watermnan Gymnasium office at 3 o'clock ;jWednesdasy, Dec. 6,, i
2. 41-d--Gymnastics. Meet Dr. May a.t Watermian Gymna
Wednesday, Dec. 6, 19622.
3. 43-d-Gymnastics. Meet Dr. May. at Waterman Gyni
o'clock Wednes~day, Dec. 6, 1922; ,
4. 43-c-Boxing. Meet Instructor Sullivan at Waterman
Monday, Dec. 4, at 4 o'clock.

,.THE ICHIIGAN DAIL\ .SATUR DAY, DDECEMEIX , 1
Czech -'SlvakCa0-C"ongregational men'si class. Con- odist church. 'and grounds department Is planned to
Sedsomm er DN ggtinl church. 6:30-Dr. Albert . Barrett, director end next week. This corner has lon ,
>7eZ~s 1200-Opn 'Forun, Conrgregallonal of the state psychopathic hospital,Ibeen one of the most dangerous corn
remersor)Co nselorIsee hurch. Mayor Lewis will sneak on speaks at the Unitarian church. ers in the city and it is hoped that
embrs Consllr er "Ann Arbor, Present and Future." ( ore many accidents will be prevented by
Nulr ~'1lC--(Cop for this column shoud 2 :0l-ogregationirl grls' cla tu ieigss: UWNIVERSIT. WIDENS STREET thswdeigthe street.
- -h umte y53~ocok Po. W. R. Humphreys will sek Workofipvngte"rnroj
Nu bra e sb itd b :( 'lc . Po.the day before pubicatio. 1 00- etoi" tuet' Bbeca w lt street and North Unversity icot a room to rent'- A Daly elass.'
es meet in Wesley hall. avenue which has been carried on fled ad will find a roomer.-Adv.
student body SATURDAY ' 4 :1i-Faculty concert, Hill audtor-
al of the dis- X6:30-Jliyonne club dinner at the tin- itim.!-
rr the damage . ~ ""~"""':" ior. :00-Open house for all students' in' N TEDC1f.S OR
jPresident of $:00-4Io-yie, "Doinbey and Son," Wes Wesley hal.$50 Gilt Rzr(3baefe).........99
tn of the Stu- ley hail. 00AutolRazorsblades..........89
he Michigan ! f :0O.-Gi'duates' party in Barbour' __________________
ring Captain .. f .""". Igymnasium.~.00uop 3fre
r9 :00--Dellolay dance at the Packard HE'S COMING - COMING $1.00 Gil' ;ate Blades, One Dozen ,...........79c'
'MITTEE."">rdm~ O FOR WONDERMENT $ .50AO nTrays ................... .....25c
_________ $1.00 Poker Chips ...................75
Monday, Dec. " T Tili THEATERS Poker Playing Cards ...... ..... ... 25c, 35c, 45c, 50c
1P be "given In >:,:,f Au
NE ;'$.00 Tobacco Pouches ............ . . $1.25
S follows: (1)
'(2) Recent j"'..'. SCe'renTocdJ 1.50Tobacco Pouches ........... ..10
cordially in-- $ "35 Tobacco Pouches......",........ .... 19c
Department Arcade-Gloria Swanson in "The 'Faiacgetsp..... . ...17
~~OBBINS. Impossible Mrs. Belew;" Al $"""
I j St.JohNin "Ou1of Plae."$ 1 8 V irginia Brights Cigarettes, per pkg.... 1 2c
MIetcSihadBrhles: tA' Barking Dog Smoking Tobacco, per tin ". .A.3c;
ing November ; nrTeoldlo;"ad ak Johnnie Walker Smoking Tobacco " $1.00
Woen DAo .higlriSeBnBoy"adMakISPECIAL ON BOX CANDY
Dr.Alos tanl~rha aii i e in Orheui-JckHoxe i "he tbew er 0~$1.50 Dixie Bell Mixed Chocolates, 16 oz o,.:". ..5c
Washington froin Czecho-Slovakia as ' Marshal of Moneymint;" com- brings to the AR( CAD)r Wed- $1.50 Gondolier MixedChclts16o.fr..59
artnintsE"y" commiercial counsellor to that :coup- eyad es nesday, thrill, throb, dramia, ~$ .75 FunkMxdCooae 6o.fr.....9
~ahct.o-try's legation in the United states __ sensation in TT D F I~
their tracings He is one of the war-born nation's \urth - "My Old Kentucky 'BRRAWN OF THE NORTH5118 EA T RO TRLeft 'DPONE64
'au and l in diloat. Homwt os eesad18ES UO:TETT OE 4
deliver their iI!digCilomtsoe,"WithdouseanPeters-"Beats "Th e Silent '
ICe laboratory,, ~ ido; n on ~ i
opened to effect a sufficient drain of j edQy.
office before the mill race that the repair 'work on
ge left before Ithe Argo dam might be done. SeMlnOadTngt I-
lowing. Thre I_. fLE ~
of. The mit- Chimes to Appear Wednesday hi Co,"at~],~ - Uk UEG-
th uies Heral'ded as an Opera number, .the1 Whitney-"Chu Ci hw tI H I A CLNA
Bgatives fromu opinion' magazine, will make its ap-
land the neg- pearance Wednesday, Dec. 6. Articles --ILI TE ED IO *lrC
yes is 2 cents on the 1"2 Union Opera along with II IIE DTO .7c
several pictures will he the chef tea-l Stage-This Week
MIL LEsR. ture of this issue. *
C arrick (Detroit) - Leo Di- U{V RS T
I "ak t MehslhA Sain1 richetein in "Under alse PremUI ES T
*mplimentakryj Dream Come True," by Saul Carson in Itenfiei."
Sunday after- 'he Sunday Magazine for. December { BOOKSTORE
under the di- .-Adv, Av Shubert - M~ichigan (Detroit) -
u~b.I Bonstelle company in Sheri- A MICHIG AN INSTITUTION
wolm .of es Music, If you lose your dolg, a daily class1i .1 da's "School for Scandal."
olows: vied ad will find t for yol.-Adv. ?
lach, "Call of
ts and.; The TIIYLTEA lnhtc FIRST CHURCH OF
fe Huor- CHIT UCHERttA1o1~
J.co Tar"Fit Ae.a lWlliam St.. 409 S. Division Street
ecay.REV. . k'. GUNDERtMAN, Pastor Sna onn

r Course:_
J. Maither at
922.'
asium at 3:30
nasium at 4
a Gymnasiumi

Faie ectre on the Topography 61. C0-sar'm
'with lantern slides. B~y G. R. Sw~ai
Open to students of the Classicg'and ethesi
morial Hll..
8:00 a. m,. on Dec. 4, 5, 7, 11, and 12:

Gtallp War.. Iilut-ated.
ntgrptNd" RhmArn ,. M6-
"F. W. KELSEY.

hi- -p Examination in Aero I:
Corrected bluebooks may be obtained' in Room. 341, Engineering guild-
ing. They will not be preserved longer thin two *eks. The, marks on
this examination may be obtained in' the otlhce of the Secrtitary of .the col-
Ice. PAWLOWSKI.

9:30'A. M.-Suniday. School.
10:30. A. M.-"The Son of !God is
Come."
6:30 P. M.4..Luther League Meeting.
7:30 P. M.-"Some Positions of the
Christian."
EVERYONE IS 'WELCOME
UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, 3111ister
DR. J. P. SUN'DERLAND
of New. York City, will preach this"
morning in the Unitarian Church. 1-e
is the author of "Spark in the Clod"
and. other books, and was minister in
Ann Arbor for 20 years.
5 :45---Supper~
6; 30-J)Rt. ALBERT Mv. BARRE:TT,
direetbr of the State Psychopathic
Hospital will speak on "Some Prac-
tical Application of Psychopathology
of our Deeper Problems."
"A man's love is. his life."
-Swedenborg.

What Others Say,

"In all nay inistry,". said a minister of long experience, "I have met only one mian
who had sufficient reason for not becoming a Christian. He said: I nma not mail enough.'
It. is a man's Job.
Are you undertaking it?
If you -arc, you will seek and not neglect the services of the church. Yes, they
will help you, and introduce you to others= with'Ia.. like motive.
If you are not, it is high time to face about and do your part.F
The open doors of our churches are welcoming you.

Creator;,"
Sunday School, 11:45.
Wednesday Evening,
meeting,- 7:30.

Reading Room, 236 Nickels Arcade.
Open daily 12 tox 5 except Sundays and
Holidays.
ALT. ARt WELCOME.

5ervice, jLu-6u, .

Cause andl

ZION LUTHIERAN1
CHURCH
Fifth ATe. and Washington St.
F. C. STELLRO RN, castor

BETHLEHEM EVANGELICAL
CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave, near Packard
G. A. NE". ANN, Pastor

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
RI. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister.
HOWARD IX. ChAPMAN,
Minister of University Students

ANN ARIBOR
BIBLE CHAIR

testimonyl

AND

ID.niersity of IMichigan Vrsity Bantd:s
Faculty Concert on Sunday, Dec. 2. '
Rehearsal, Hill Auditorium, at, 2:30 p. m.
Uniform-Full dress; no capes. WIF DWISNDietr

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iSunday school' at 9:15 a.m.

"UVPPER FROOM "
BIBLE CLASSES

ARGO DAM REPAIRS TO DilE to have been done several weeks ago
COMPLETED IN TEN DAYS but was held up until the other. power
- ' 'jstations could be made ready to furni-
Repair work which is lbeing done on' igh the extra power which the closing:
the damn at, the Argo .station of the; down of the Argo station requires of{
Detroit EJdison company at 979 Broad-'. thonm.
way will be finished in a week or 10 The flood gates at the dam above
days if there are no further delays.I the station will re~in open' until
The work which' began last week was the work is finished. These. gates were

9:h0 A. M.-Bible Class.
10:30 A. M.-(German) Sermon: "The
Higher Thanksgiving."
11:30 A. M.-IHoly Communion.
5:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Subject,
"Evolution." Karl M. Beierlein,
Leader.
7 :30 P'. M.--Sermon : "A Prophet
Like unto Moses."

Church Service (English) and Holy
Communion at 10 :30'A. M.
Advent Subject: "THEN' COMETHI
JESUS."
6:30 P. M.--Young People's League.
Students Cordially Welcomed
ST, PAUL'S LUTHERAN

10: 30--"Esau Down to Date."
;12:00--Guild Class at Guild House.
Mr. Chapman.
6:00-Friendship Hour at (Burch
Parlors.
6: 30-Guild Devotional Meeting.

LANE HALL;'

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

7:30-Dr. Allyn
York.

K. Faster of New

CHURCH

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All Services in the English Language

(lssouri Synod)

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ALFRED

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French Pia'nist

"A SECOND 'PAIJEREWISKI"

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
REN. A.' W. STALKER, DJ.)., Minister
MISS ELLEN WV. MOORE, Student Director
10: 30 A. M. Morning Worship. Communion Service. Pastor's Commur ton
Address: "THE CROSS IN' TODAY'S LIFE."
12: 00 Noon. Bible Classes in 'Wesley Hall.
2:30 P. M. H-ospital Sing at UTniversity Hospital under auspices of Social
Service Department of W esleyan Guild. Meet at Wesley Hall.
5:00-6:30 P. M. Open House at Wesley Hal.:
6:30 P. M1. Freshman Night at Wesley ,Hall. Mr. Harold Jacox, Leader.
7:30 P. M. SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM under drecti'on of MR. WIL-
LIAM WHEELER.
Special Music for the Day: "Roniarce" (Rubinstein), Mr. Clancy and Mrs.
Rhead; "This' is the ,month that most blessed morn" (Chadwick),
"From the Eastern Mountans" (Chadwick), Mrs. Wheeler and the
Chorus; "Oh Holy Child" (Chadwick), Mr. Wheeler; "March Reli-
gie'use" (Eugene Gigort), Mrs. Rhead; "The Evening Star" (Wag-
ner-Eddy) Mrs. Rhead; "The Old Refrain" (Kreisler), Mr. Clancy
and Mrs. Rhead; "While to Bethlehem we are going" (Chadwick),
Miss .Emily Shepard and Chorus;, "Spirit 'of God" (Neidlinger), Miss
Wilma Demuth; "We would see =Jesus" (Brackett), the Quartette;
"I was a Foe to God" (Chadwick), "Lead Gently Lord" (Gilbert),
Miss Ruth Werkheiser; "Festival March (Teilman), Mrs. Rhead.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH A WARM WELCOME"
HERBERT ATCIHNSON JUMP, Minister.
E. KNiOX MITCHELL, JR., Student-Pastor
3MARY KIMBALL MIILLAR., Women s Secretary

CARL A. BRAUER, Pastor

SERVICES

Corner Third and West Huron' Sts.

9:00 A. M.-Preparatory Service.
4(German)
9:30 A. M.-Holy Conlimunion.
(German)
U :00 A. M.-Preparatory Service.
(English)
11:30 A. M.-Holy Commnunion.
(English)
There will be a mid-w eek Advent Sen-
vice at 7:30 Wednesday.
Note: -Dr.

10:30
THE INESCAPABLE GOD.",
12:00
DR. MARSHALL R. OLSEN
Director Howell- Neighborhood I-ouse Chicago,+
Will speak to the noon class. Students Welcomed.
5:30,
SOCIAL HOUR,
6:30
YOUNG PEOPLES MEETING
"WH-O IS ,THE BALANCED MANT"
I JcbOlsen will hold interview with anyone interested in Daily Voca-'
tion Bible School work or Social Settlement work. Arrange for
interviews at Lane Hall.

FIRST "PRESBYTERIAN!-CHURCH
DIVISION AND HURON
]REV. L. A. BARRETT, D.D., Minister
LEWIS C. REIMANN, Seey Men: Stndents,
MISS IIEL4EN SHAW BROEKSMIT, Sey- women' Students

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HILL AUDITORIUM'

Monday, Deceniber 4, 8 P. Me

CHURCH OF "CHRIST,
(DISCIPLES)
S. UNIVERSITY
F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
Bible School at 9:30 A. M.
L0:30 A. RI.-Subject: "John the Bap-i
tist."1

. tn-brew's Epfecopal gbuvch
COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION .STREETS
HENRY, LEWIS, Rector
CHARLES T. WEBB,; Student Pastor
-MI11S RACHEL HAVILAND, Secretary
First Sunday in Ad~vent,

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