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ILY OFFICIAL. BULLETIN

Slides To Earldom
On Cakes Of Soap,

l ciition In
University.
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the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Copy received until 3:20 D. m. (11:10 n. m. Saturday)
% AT1UR)A Y, IlE('FMIAER 9, 192':: Number 65

University Leetures: '
The subject of thie fourth lecture of the series being given by Professor
A. Scnnnierfold of the University of Munich is "Quantization in Space. The
ory of the Magneton". The lecture will be given today, at 11 a. in. in the
West Lecture Room, of the Physical Laboratory, The public is invited.
F. E. ROBBINS.
Seaate Counel:,
The third 'regular meeting of the Senate Council for the year will be
Feld in the President's office Monday, Dec. 11, at 4:15 p., m.
F. E. ROBBINS, Secretary.
To All Students:
Students lhaving_ in their possession books drawn from the Univer-
sity Library, are notified that all such books are due Monday, Dec. 11, on
account of the impending Christmas vacation.
i~. L. D. GOODRICH,
Associate Librarian.
Conmila~r Seryve:
All those who received pamphlets concerning the Consular Service and
w'ho have finished reading them are earnestly requested to "return same to
Room 2, University Hall, inasmuch as the supply is exhausted and a nun-,
ber of students are desirous of obtaining information.
J. A. BURSLEY.
The. Foreign. Student's Holiday:
Lansing, Michigan, has sent an invitation to the students from other
lands at the University) to spend their Christmas holiday; in Lansing. The
mnen who wish iuforna'tlon about this invitation will please report as, soon
as possible to J. A. C. Hildner, Room 302, University Hall, M., T., Thr.,
Fr., 4- p. m. The women interested are asked to report to Dean Ham-
iton at her regular consultation hours.
J. A. C. HILDNER.
r'Jetrieal Engineering 11:
Will meet at the University Power Station at 1 p. mn., Saturday, Dec.
9, ,for inspecti'on of the steamu plant. The Argo hydro-electric plant of the
Detroit Edison Company will be inspected from 3-5 p. in.' of the same day.
ALFRED H. LOVELL. .
Women's R~esearch Club:
There will be a meeting of the' Women's Research Club on Monday,
Dec. 11, at 7:30 p. in., in room- Z231 Natural Science Building. Papers
willl be given by Professor Barbara H. Bartlett and Miss Helen Updegraff.
ELIZABETH L. THOMPSON, Secretary.
Comnedy Club: 4
Will meet Monday evening, December 11, (not Wednesday as previ-
)usly' announced) in Sarah Caswell Angel Hall at 8 o'clock. Two one-
ict -',Lys by Floyd Dell: ,"Human Nature", and "The Chaste Adventures of
Josel,_. ' will be presented.
C. J. DESBACH.
rniver'sity of Mlichaigan Varsity Band: ..
Saturday, Dec. 9-Formation 'at Lane hall 12:50 p. in. Uniform, full-
Iress with capes. Instruments. Capes issued at 12:30 p. mn.
WILFRED WILSON, Director

RAILRADSLNTO lRUN
WILL, RJUN EATRA CARS ON BOTH!
STEAM AND ELECTRIC, LINES I
FRIDA Y
Special plans are being made by
railroads entering Ann Arbor toj
handle the transportation of the
thousands of students that will re-
turn. to their homes next, Friday for
an 18 day vacation.
The Michigan Central announces a
special train to Grand Rapids that
leaves Ann Arbor at 2:20 o'clock city
time. Extra coaches will be added to
the train that day also to provide for
students leaving for Detroit and points
east, to Chicago and points west.
A special 'train for Toledo will be ,
put in service by the Ann Arbor rail-
road company. It, will leave at 12:40
o'clock city time. Extra coaches ' will
also complete the company's service,
for that day.
All cars available will be placed. in
service by the. interurban system. Al-
though no special cars will be run,
cars will be added to' each section
leaving at the regular time.
$ A special car has been chartered
on the Michigan Central for Roches-
ter, N. Y., studfents. It will 'leave at
3:35 o'clock from the Michigan Cen-.
tral Friday. One hundred and fifty
students in the University are from
Rochester or smaller towns in that
vicinity. All who desire to ride in
this car are requested to get in touch
with Allan Soults, '24D,' 612 Church
street, telephone 1070-M.
Michigan Hens Startle World
East Lansing, Dec. 8.-- Michigan
hens were leading all others as the
fourth week of the international egg
laying contest cpenod at the .Michigan
Agricultural college. The contest op-
ened Nov. 1 and will continue for 12
months.
Save your slip' from. the Arcade
Barber Shop until December 13.--Adv.
For Taxi 25c 445.--Adv.

Campus Road Buildlng Suspended
W'Vork. on the road which was beingt
built between the engineering shops
and the Clements library will have
to be suspended soon on account of;
the weather. Work will not be taken
up until spring when there is no dan-
ger of freezing.
Patronize Daily advertisers.--Adv.

te Daily will find ft.-Adv.
ITHE SCHOOLI
*HALSEY'S DANCE STUDIOS
W uerthi Arcade I

25c.-Adv.

I11VOW WARMOLTS, D.S.C.
CHIROPODIST
706 First Nat. Bank Bldg,
Phone 17464

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The MICHIGAN CALENDAR 1923

LIMITED EDITION. 75o..

WAHR'S

UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

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Lord Leverhuline
Horatio Alger might find material
for another poverty to fortune story
in the life of Lord Leverhulme. En-
ormously wealthy, he made his for-
tune in the production of soap, work-1
ing his way up from, the bottom. Lloyd
George was responsible for his recent
rise to an earldomn.
before next Wednesday in Dr. May's
office.
All group pictures for, the 19.3 -Rich.
iganensian must be taken during
the' month of January. All frater-
nities, sororities, house clubs, and
campus organizations must pay for
their space in the 'Ensian before
these pictures can be taken.I
Veteranis WillI Assemble Today
All members of the Veterans of For-
aign Wars witll assemble in front of
klumni Memorial hall at 1 :30 o'clock
his afternoon to have a group picture
:akten for the Michiganensian. Uni-
formns should be worn if possible.

Frosh

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TRINITY LUTHJERAN
CHURCH
FifttliAve. and William St.
REV. L. F. 6UNDERMAN, Pastor

iunba~g

Chblureb

Zervtces

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST SCIENTIST

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WH AT'IS GOING ON

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OTICE--Copy for tlis column sl'oidd
foe submitted by 5 :80 o'clock of'
tle day bef!or® pulication.
SATUtRIY"
:0-Prof. A. Sonnnerfield of tlic
Uhiversity of 'Munich, 'Speaks in, theI
West lecture room of the physical
laboratory on "Quantization in
$pace-Theor"y of Magneton."
:30-Band forms lin front of Lane
hall.,
:130-Veterans o: Foreign War s meet
in front of Alumni Memorial hall for
picture.
:15-Sixth Anun Arbor performaiicc at
Whitney theater of Union opera,
"Ir and 'Out."I
-5t -Frshmtan clogss mixer in n
ion.:,
M----JVpper Room Bible class meetsl
in LIano hall.
:30-1iewark clubi meets in room 302,
U~nion.
:30-Craftsmneu meet in maLsouic
temple.
c00-Cosinopoitsn club socX1l iI
Lane hall.
:00-Chinese Friendly circle meets
in Wesley hall.
:00--ovle in Wesley ball.
1&--Las't performance, "In and Out,"
at Whitney theater.
SUNDAY
:30--University Metes Bible class
meets in Upper room, Lane hall.
:0-Blible discussion group-meets in
Harris hall. Professor Tilley leads.
:30-Congregational men studentfs'
class meets.I
:00-4'-Hop committeemen meet at
Spedding's.
3 :0-- Oen forum. In Congregational

church. Prof. R. T. D. Hlollister
1speak8s.
12 :0?-Congregational VWomlenIstu-
Idents' class meets. P4rofessor Huns-
phreyr, leads.
12 :00-Baptisut guild Meets iniBaptist ,
r:guiild house.
2 00-Prof . , ThHenderson speaksi
at Presbyterlapn. church.I
I1):9 -S adc llts' class of Churc!h of
Christ meets. Subject, "Pci er's Be-
havio '."
2:00-Chinese Stndents' clul) meets to
have picture taken for Micihiganen-I
siah at 5-pedding's studio.
2 :00-1)r. John Harvey Kiello , of
Battle. Creek sanitarium, speaks in
Upper reading room of Union on
"Health and the Day."
5:34-Social hour: Prebyterlan church,
0:00-Baptist guild social half hiour
Iin Baptist church parlors. Refresh-
ment.
6 :00-Episeopal studei's' supper at
rectors'-.
6:30-Plrof. 1R. K. Imnel gives somell
Christmas stories at rectory of Epis-
copal church.
6::30--Regulhar meeting of Presbyter-
ian Young Peoples' society .
6:30-Baptist. guild devotional meet-
ing. Wilber Seelye leader.
0 C:30-Congrogationail 7I'udent s' Fire-
3side chat. Forrest Averill speaks on
"The 'Church."
7 :0-0"ral Interpretations of tihe
!. Bible" class meets with Prof. IR. T.
{D. Hlollister in Upper room, Lane
jhall.
U-NOTICES
Sp,-.chl arrngements have been miade
for students from Rochester, N. Y.,
and vicinity for a special car' to be
attached to the Wolverine next Fri-
day at 3:55 o'clock. All interested
are requested to call Allan. Soults,
1070-M, at 612 Church street.
IAll wn id.4sringt to try out for the
gymnasium- tcam should report
from 2 to 5 o'clock any afternoon

What Others Say

409. S.. Division Street
Sunday Morning
Service, 10:30
Subject: "Godt, the Preserver
Man."

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9:30 A. M.-Bible School.

Sunday School, 11:45.

10:30 A.. M.--"That Means You."
6:30 P. M.-Luther League Meeting.

"Man Is but a reed, the feeblest thing in nature; but he is a reed that
thinks.' It needs not that the universe arm itself to crush him. An exthal-
ation, a drop of water, suffices to destroy him. But were the universe to
crush, him. man is 'yet nobler than the universe; for he knows that he- dies
anid the universe, even in prevailing against him, knows not its power."
-Pascal

Wednesday
meeting, 7:30.

Evening,

testimony

7:30 F. M.-"Personal Value."

Reading Room, 236 Nickels Arcade.
Open daily 12 to 5 except Sundays 'and
Holidays.
ALL ARE WELCOME.

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
10:40 A. N1.
Rey-. Horace W'estwood, D.D., of To-
ledo will preach on the topic: "The
Fundamental Christ."' 1HI will speak
o~ the quest' of the historic Jesus, and
:)f whether we can feel that we really
know him.

ZION LUTHERAN.
CHURCH -
Fifth Ave. and Washigton .St.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor

BETHLEHEM EVANGELICAL
CHURCH
~(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave.,. near Packard
G. A. NEUM1ANN, Pastor

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
R; EDWARD SAYLES, Minister.
HOWARD R. CHAP MANT,
Minister of University Students

ANN ARBOR
BIBLE CHAIR;

AND

5:45 P. M.
Xoun'g, PeopIG's Supper

9:30 A. M.---Bible Class.
10:30 A. Mf.--"The Lord's Supper More
than a Memorial Service."
11:30 A. M.--Lord's Supper celebration
5:30' P. M.-Student supper.
6:30 P. M.- Student Forum.-'Subject:
"Individual Bible Study," Esther R.
Barth, leader.
7:30 P. M.-Sermon; "The Interval
Between Christ's First land Second
Coming."
All Services in the English Language

Sunday school at 9:15 !a.nu,
lhlurch Service 10:30. German.
(Subject: "WHO MAY ABIDE
DAY OF'HIS COMING?"

TI

10:30-"Victims of Miscellany"
Sayler.

Mr.;

6:30 P. M.-=Yo~ung People's. League.12 : O-Stuidenfls' Class ait Guild Hlouse,

"UPPER ROOM",
BIBLE CLASSES
* LANE HALL

6:30 P. M.
A discussion in regard to the year's
program, led by Joseph L. Abramnson.
A particularly imp)ortant meeting, one
to which all can contribute.
A Cordial Welcome

Students Cordially Welcomed
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN

6: 00-Students', FrIendship Hour At
Chumc.
6: 30-Guild Devotional 'Meeting.
Wilbur Seely e, leader.
7:80-Dr. Frank V. Padelford, Secre-
tary o fBaptist Board of Edu-
cation.'

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

CHURCH

~Mssouri Synod)

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FIRST METHODIS'T CHURCH
1REV. A. W. STALKER, D.D.,, Minister
'MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, +Student Director

Corner Third and Wesj Huron Sts.
CARL tA. BRAUER1, Pstor

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
DIVISION AND HURON
REV. IL. A. BARRETT, D.D., Minister
LEWIS C. REIMANN, Seely Men: Students
MISS HELEN SHAW BROEKSMIT, See'y Women Students
10:30 n .
"THE SECRET OF 'HAPPINESS"'

SERVICES

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10:30 A.M.
12:00 Noon.
6:30 I1..1M.
7:30 1'. Al.

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Morning Worship. .Pastor's subject: "POWER".
Bible C;lasses (for students), in Wesley Hall.
'Wesleyan Guild Devotional Meeting.- Mr., Earl Dunn, leader.
Wesleyan Guild Lecture. Rev. Charles W. Gilkey, pastor of Hyde
Par]: Baptist Church. Chicago, -Ill., speaker. Subject: "WHAT
IS THERE IN RELIGION?"

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

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ETS

CANDY

Special Music: "Meditation" (Dubois), Mrs. Rhead; "This is the Month of that
Most Blessed Morn" (Chadwick), the chorus; "Praise Him, oh y(.
Hleaven of. Heavens" (Chadwick), the chorus; "Hither, Come
Ye Heavy Laden" (Chadwick), quartette; "March" (Schumann)
Mrs. Rhead; "Parvum quando cerno Deum" (Chadwick), chorus o1
women's voices; "Oh long and darksome was the night" (Chad-
wick), Miss Howe; "Invocation". (Capocci), Mrs. Rhead; "March'
(Wagner), Mrs. Rhead.
CONGREGAItONAL CHURCI-'H
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH A WARM WELCOME"
liFAE BJT itTCHIINSON JUMP, Minister
E. KNOX MITCHELL, JR., Student Pastor
MARY KIMBALL MILLAB, Women's Secretary

t1:30-English.
lubject: "NO 'MILLENNIUM ?"
7:30-English Advent .Service.
7:30 Wed.--Midweek Advent Service.
:00 Thurs.-Xmas party for students
at parsonage, 420 W. Liberty.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
(DISCIPLES)
S. UNIVERSITY
F.-'P. ARTHUR, Pastor
3ible School at 9:30,'A. M.

3:00
Sing at University Hospital. Meet at 2:45 Lane Hall
5:30
SOCIAL HOUR,
6:30
"WHAT MAKES A VACATION VALUABLE?"
Kathryn' S. Wilson. '23. leads
55t, anbrew's,)Ipf scopaI burcIa
COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, Rector
CHARLES T.. WEBB, Student Pastor
MISS RACHEL RAVILAND, Secretary

12:00
STIDENTIS' CLASS
"WHA'T, WE KNOW ABOU T THE BOOK OF .JOHN"

WE WILL
GLADLY
WRHAP AM)
MAIL THEM
FORI OUT

.0:30 A. M:-

di<W)YLriJI 2zIil

Bile Classes for students at noon.
7:30 P. M.-Special Service.

First Sunday In Advent

8:00-Holy Communion.

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