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_________T1 teaMICHIGAN DAIL\

'E NEMESISOFGRAY

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side hal.Subject, "A Creed for [but all other necessaries must be furn-
92:;."ish~ed by the players or teams.
'~~~l l3 "civrn~ ~i'ie inllubll and!-
t ;riuni. T)D1. II. K. W. Kumtn Watch the signs that have been
~; ~dxl. c2zted around the campus telling
- 1 whether or not the ice at Wineberg's
t'3..JIf 1;icoliseum can be used for skating.
PI- rh' okr n~i st have their ji{e-#
P'dfr V c. ](:iganenfsiaU taken i The following schedule will take ef-
litt'. ci: .;t must be in the feet next Monday and all games prac-
:n; ienravers this week. Itices. will be held as here listed un-
' ;"'' " ; (i'.l he 1 Plot ZIPIIC Or less the weather changes and a shake-
i~ies~~dafsof the Michigan Optic, iui) must be made:, Monday, 5:30 o'clock
, e nowUniversity rotosgravure; junior lits, Arner, 558; 6, o'clock, soph
m~raine wil peas reortat he engineers, Jones, 1484; Tuesday, 5:30
Optic; offices, third fl~'or of the Un-io'clock, fresh engineers, Vose, 3056-J;
ioni any clay thib week between 3:30,1 6 o'clock, senior Tits, Loeb, 1104; Wed-
,d 5 o'clock. All but first semester niesday, 5:30 o'clock, soph lits, Hur-
fr,-shmen are eligible. wich, 2080-M; 6 o'clock, laws, Storz_
Ul grt)ap pictures for the 192-0 ')Ilch- 29 99; Thursday, 5:30 o'clock, all-
lganeliaian must be taken during dents, Brodkey, 732.
the niorith of January. All frater-___
l itU6s. sororities. house clubs, and Th oiemi valbefray
campus organizations must pay for Teclsu saalbefray
their space in the 'Ensian beforA one to practice on after 10 o'clock any
these pictures can be taken. Ap- evening next week, and any team de-
pointments should be made with i ring to obtain permission to prac-
photographers direct. tice can do so by calling up Method
_________ Intramural hockey manager, at 783.

VAUGHAN TO EDIT 'DUNLOP, '23, CHOSEN TO1 PICK

DEBATERS TOY

Dr. ictr C Vaghan wh wa fo aBurton Dunlop, '23, was appointed ix enwlbecontootiu
Dr.Vicor . Vughn, ho as or asa committee of one to select as - i nn ilb hsent oniu
40 years connectedl witla the Medical!.
scholhasrecntl ben nmededi .for for the position of business man-; in the elimination process for places
torin-hie o a ew edcaljoun-agter of The Michigan Optic, the new on the debating teams which. will
reigeda rotogravure magazine, at a meeting of debate 'Illinois and Wisconsin March
al, "ye. Dr. Vaughnreinda the board in control of that putblica-16fo thinenetsn.heam
dean of the Medical school in June,.i ysedy.Teato olowed pusroatheSio'clockeths o morninga
1921, after serving 30 years in that nthe resigningese oayf herelu Hu tint, followd, inuroom 302of'Mok thills Almorn
capacity, and for a year was stationed from th ostin.sns rying302out Musas enthll.Abpre
in Washington where he was engaged Spooetrotsr spcal fonsride outhemustioesntwh ich fil
in work for the American Medical dsired foreteybusnress sff alo y the obe use fthiqyearn wht icheAix
Research council. He will now re- dsrdfrtebsns tf tteb sdti eradms ie:i
magazine. These are to report to the
move to Chicago where the magazinebuiesofcintePssuldg minute talks on any phase of the"
is published, between the hours of 3 and 5 o'clockquestionetyot.hs non
The magazine is a monthly journal t mmbe o the ryouts this uoni3-
founded and published by the board. of aytm etwethe mmeso h aut ntepb
trustees of the American Medical as-, lic speakin~g department will act a~i
sociation. Would Limit Caliphs Power judges.
-- Constantinople, Jan. 12.-(By A.P.}
New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild --A bill in the Angora assembly, de- If you have' something lost, found,
and Co. State Street.-Adv.j fining the Caliph's duties, would have for sale, for rent, isplaced or stolen.
I I__ I liim consult the Moslem clergy on im-" make sure that it is so with a DA 1IY
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. nortant affairs. classified. Call 960.-Adv.

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hi %am ba Itms 1All fraternities desiring to ente~r
4 - ~Hockey team in the fraternity flo gc
(Cntnuzcd from rage One) ieague should call Method, Intramur-
AM 2 Pi Kappa Alpha 3; Phi Delta Epsi- al hockey manager, at 783, and leave
len 8, Delta Kappa Epsilo-a 6; sop~hJ the name of their house and the man-
engineers 11, senior lits 10; senior en- ager of the hockey team. Practice
gineers 13, pharmics 4; Phi Chi 2, Phi schedules for the. fraternity hockey
Dclta Kap~pa 0. teams will be announced as soon as
______she interclass tournament is fairly
Entries are now being received for underway. The winner of the league
the fraternity hockey league which will be awarded a trophy cup. It is
will Start as soon as the close necessary that all of the houses send
tournament is fairly underway. Goal in their entries as soon as. possible.
tender's sticks and pads will be furn- sb as to speed up the making of nec-
ished by the Intramural department, essary plans.

1923

1923

CALENDARS AND DIARIES

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EXCELSIOR

-NATIONAL

- STANDARD

OFFICE SUPPLIES IN GENERAL

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WA ' UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

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]Trshal Fordinand Fockli h X, -nd (xezjeri1! Weyglld
The genius of Marshall Ferdinand Foch is depended upon by the
French people to make the invasion of the Ruhr basin of Germiany a cca:l-
plete success. Foch, a diplomat as well as soldier, is expect;edIto placate;
he inhabitants of the invaded territories, not antagonizing themr, Tby
bringing a degree of prosperity, now missing. General W,,eygand is
Foch's chief aide.
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TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Ffth ,Aie. and Willilam St.
R1EV. L. F. GIJND1EMAN, Pastor

, unaa3

Churtch

services

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST SCIENTIST

409 -S. Division Street

Sunday Mvorning
Service, 10:30

What Others say

LY F F i C i A L B

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9: 30 A. M_-Bible School.

"Oh you whose hearts are bold and free;
Oh you whose eyes with fire are' lit;
A whisper thrills- The day shall be
Whate'er you will to make of RtP

Subject: Sacrament.
Sunday School, 11:46.
Wednesday Evening'
meeting, 7:30.

testimony,

iblication in
e 'University.
pue3

the Bulletin is constr~uctive notice to all members of
Copy received until 3:30 p. im. (1130 a. mn. Saturdayv.)
SAi''TItl, ,JA.@1NUARY 13, 19i 3i Num br N

10:20 A.

M-- rThe Smoke of a Thous-

"Tis yours to let the breaking light
Against earth's smoke still strive in vain,
Or bid. in undisputed right,
The sun of love and peace to reign."
-Gilbert Thomas.

Reading Room, 236 Nickels Arcade.
Open daily 12 to 5 except SuudAys and
Holidays.

College of Literature, Science, and 6e .arts:
Each instructor in the Literairy College will find a communication from
the Registrar's Office in the Dean's Messenger Boxes.
Any instructor failing to receive. a cop)y can secure one in the ,office.
ARTHUR C. HALL1, Registrar.
Amercan Cheniical Society, U. of ff. ;ection:
The next meeting will be held on Tue:sday, Jan. 16, at 4:17) p. m.In
room 303 of the Chemistry building. Professor A. 11. White -will speak on
"Waterproofing Concrete".
All interested are invited to attend.
C. '1 MELOCHIE, Secretary.
High school Ob ,ervaltioi:
All persons who expect to elect Hiigh School Observation course.? next
semester will (unlc73s they have already expressed their preferences)
please leave their names with me at onfce. It there is a desire to observe
courses not regularly listed, e. g. Chemistry, personsAso wishing should in-
dicate their desires. So far as possible, provision will be e for theme.
C. 0. DAVIS, Room 102, rpappan Hall.
Faculty Concert:
The University Symphony Orchestra, Samuel P. Lockwood, D~irect or,
Clara Lundel, Pianist,.soloist, will .give the following program in HI Audi-
torium Sunday Afternoon, Jan. 14, at 4:15 o'clock. No admission charge.
Ballet Music and 'Wedding March from "Feramors" (a) Bayadere IUance
1, (b) Torch Dance of the Brides of Kashinir, (c) Bayadere Da nce 11, (d)
Wedding larch (nubinstein) Siegfried Idyl (Wagner); "CGerman Fairy
Taes" op. 135, Nes. 1 and 2 (Bendel) Orchestrated by S. P. Lockwood, (a)
"Fr'anu Holle" (Thre Snow Witch) '(b) "Schnedwittchen" (Snow-White) ;
Concerto, Op. 16, A milnor (Grieg) Adegro iroclerato; Adagio-Allegliro m1ar-
cato. CHARLES. A. SiNK, 'rtry

'ALL ARE. WELCOME.

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

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UNITARIAN CHURCH'
State and Huron Streets
SINE Y S. ROBINS, Minister

ZION LUTHERAN
CHUR~CH
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
F. C. STELLHORN, Pastor

JIan, 14. 1923:.

10:40 A. M.
111rt . TLa) ;of St. Louis, speaks
5:45 P. M.
Supper and1 Fireside Discussion, led
byMr. flay, until hour of University
;e rvi c.!.
"Ageneration that travels at 601
rmiles p-r hour must be 5 times as civ-
l zd a one tlat travels at 12.
---Deans IncL.1

9:30 A. M.-Pastor's Bible Class.
10:30 A. K.-Sermon, "Requirement=
for a Profitable Use of the L.ord"R
Supper."
5:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Topic:
"Why a Divided Christianity?"
7:30 P. M.-Sermon. "Conflictint
Opinions Concerning; Jesus." Johi
7:40-53.
All services in the English language

BETHLEHEM EVAHGELICAI
CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave., near Packard
G. A. NEIUMAMN', Pastor
)unday School at 9:00 a. mn.
hurch Service 10:00 a. m. English.
Ihurch Service 11:00 a.,in. German.
Students Cordially Welcomed
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister.
HOWARD R. CHAPM1AN,,
Minister of University Students

ANN lARBOR
BIBLE CHAIR

AND

"UPPER ROOM"
BIBLE CLASSES

10430-"Original 'Living"

LANIE HAL

12 :00-Students' Class at G~uild House.
Mr. Chapman.
6:00-Students' Friendship Hourr at
Church,
6 :30--Discussion Meeting. (Brief)

See "Upper Room" iBuIletin
And Printed Schedule
Sunday Class for Men from

Congregatipon joins
Ser'vice.

in Hill Auditorium

9:30 to 1'0:15

CHURCH

jMissouri Synod)

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

Corner Third and West Huron Sts.

WIIATy I

(OIN( ON

7':4-5-Xewark. club meets in roomi 302,
Union.I

RIEN. A. 1V. STrALXER, D.D., Minister
MISS ELLEN WV. MOORE, Student Director

CARL A. BRtAUER, Pastor

( J::30-1Lniv r <l )ei' Bibile class,
meets in Lane hail.
NOTICE--Copy for thils col umn should 0:31) -Courega liontil 31en's Bible'
be submitted by 17:30o'clock of class III, ; at Congregational
th~e day before publication. church.
l': -Studaeii ' class m1aeets in Chu1rchi
SATURIDAY of Christ. Subject, "John the Am-
I2:00---Board in Control of thiciks j bitious."
meets in Union. ;12 :00-Womn Student class meets at
1:0 -Vasit sxahon sxttt Congregational chcurch. Professor
meets in room 304, Union. 1120-laf td metsat Ba~ptist
1:45--I1 Circolo Italiant " meets at Guild house. M;fr. Chapman leads.
Rentschler's studio to have picture : O-~ca club mteets ini room 30*2,
taken for 'Ensian. Union.
3:0--Collegiate alumni meet in As.- 1:1 5-- arciuldy concert ini hill andi-
sem~bly hall, Union. torium .
6:30 -Congregationall students' fireside 60:00-Batist guild friendship hour in
chat in Congregational church. Sub- I Baptist church parlors.
ject, "What's My Religious Creed." 6:Q-~pit guild devotional nmeet-
7 :Q0-lCpper Room Bible class meets; ing.
in Lana hall. 6:30- t'ongregational Mst II( a~ds' fire-

t} :030 A. X1.

Mo:rning Wtorship. Pastor's subject: "THE GLORY OF THE
L'NFINISIEP

SERVICES

9:30-German

12: ) Noon Five BibleClse (for students) in Wesley Ball.

0:30-Bible School.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN C HURCH
DIVISION AND HURON
REV'. L. A. BARRETT, D.l)., Minister
LEWIS C. REIMANN, Secly Men Students
MISS HELEN SHAW BROEKSMIT, Sec'y Women Students
10:30
COMMUNION SERVICE
12:00
NOON CLASS
Pro:. W. D." Henderson will begin a series on
"THE HUMAN NATURE AND THE BIBLE"
SOCIAL HOUR. ALL YOUNG PEOPLE WELCOMED
6:30. C. E. 'topic: "Campus Problems."
Thursday "The Pill-Bottle," a missioniary play based on 'the life of D~r. ida
Scudder,'of India, will be given by members of the Young Peeple's Society
under direction of Mrs. Earl H. Cress at the church at 8:00. For the ben-
efit of the Seven Oriental Colleges for Women.
~t. tnbrew's Eptscopa1 Churc

4:130-6:30 P. lM. O'nen House at Wesley Hall.

v6:30 F. M. Wesleyan Guild Devotional Meeting. Mr.' Theodore Schneirla
l e~de.'.
s~pecial Music: "Scherzoso" (Rheinberger), Mrs.,Rhead; "Dernier Souvenir'
(IJ. Ravina), Mr. Clancy and Mrs. Rhead; "Benedictus"' (Gounod)
the chorus choir; "0 Jesus, I Have Promised" (Berwald), Mr. any
:Lrs. Wheeler; "Grand Chorous" (Lemaigre), Mrs. 'Rhead.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH A WARM WELCOME"
III"R~iIEIIAVC TCIIIN ON JUMP , Minister
E. KNOX M1ITCHELL,. JR., Student Pastor
MARY KIMBALL MILL A14, Women's Secretary

1:30-English. Subject: "There is
a division among the people because
of Christ."
CHURCH OF CHRIST
(DISCIPLES)

S. 'UNIVERSITY

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9:20 'a. in.-

Stiident:~ Bible Class for men, Mr. Mitchell.

P. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
3ible School at 9:30 A. Mv.
(Prof. Barnhill, Supt.)
;10:30 A. M.-Subject: "Christian Stew.
ard ship."
3ible Classes for students at noon.
(H. C. Coffmnan, leader.)
\Aen's Club at noon--Dr. Stauffer
teach er.
r. E. at 6:30 P. M.
7:30 P. M.-Service-Mrs. J. S. Rann,
reently o-rdained, will speak,
All Students Cordially Invited

COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
HENRY 'LEWIS, Rector
CHARLES T. WEBB, Student Pastor
MISS RACHEL JIAVILAND, Secretary

10:'0 a. n.--"Help Wanted: Male." Mr. Jump will preach especially to men.
12:00-- Women's Student Class for women. Prof. Humphrey.

First gunday after the Epiphany
8:00-Holy Communion.
9:15-Church School at Harris Hall.
10): 30-Morning Prayer and Sermon by the Rector.
5:00-Evening Prayer and Address.
6:00-Student Supper at Harris Hall. Speaker, Mr. Charles L. Dibble, of Kal-.
amazoo. Subject, "Religion and Science."
7:30-Annual meeting of the Hobart Guild and election of officers.

G . 3 -P. Ill._

--Students Fireside Chat. Refreshments and discussion of "What
is M!1y Creed?" Ntext Sunday a report will be nmade at the Fireside
Chat of an investigation of the movies of Ann Arbor that has
been carried on last week.

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