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TI IL MICHIGAN I)A1L'~ SAT]

IYOFCAL BULLETIN TOMMIES AND ARMORED TRAINS SET
YL O F FICA BLE lT O QUE LL T U RK DISTURB,
ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
iversity. Copv received until 3:0 p. in (11-30 a. ni. aturdaY.)
e 8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1923 Number F6

STUDENT WRITES TEXT DANCE
ANCES ON BUSINESS LErRS TICKETS PUT ON SALE

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Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
The January Faculty meeting will be he'd in Newberry Auditorium,
oday, Jan. 22, at 4:10 p. in. The report of the Committee on Correspond-
ence Course,3 will be presented at that time.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
4econd Semester Elections:
A Preliminary Announceiment of the Summer Session of 1923
or the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, the School
>f Education, and the Graduate School is now being printed so
hat students in these unit, who are interested in summer study may prop-
rly correlate their elections for the second isemester with those of the
next Sumnar Session. This Announcement will contain detailed descrip-
ions of all coui'ses given-in the units referred to and will be ready for dis-
ribution on Mondlay, Jan. 29. Copies of the Announcement may be obtained
it the various registration offices.
EDWARD H. KRAUS.
'he Soils Prize in Natural Science:
Notice is given that all applications or nominations for the Solis Prize
or research in Natural Science (including Medicine) should be made at the
>fflce of the Graduate School not later than March 1, 1923. Only women
who are enrolled as graduate students, who are members of the teaching
taff, or-if not now connected with the University-whose researches have
een carried on here within three years, may compete. Detailed informa-
ion can be had at University Hall, Room 9.
seneral Library-Sunday Service:
Students desiring to consult on Sunday books from the stacks or from
he Study Halls are reminded that they may have such books reserved .for
hem for Sunday use by application at the desk in the Main Reading Room
ot later than 9 p. in. Saturday,
WM. W. BISHOP, Librarian.
Freshman Dental Students:.
The freshman dental students will meet Dr. Whitman for a short con-
erence at 1 o'clock on Tuesday, Jan. 23, in the lower amphitheatre of the
dental Building. M. L. WARD.
hen's Educational:
The Men's Educational will meet on Monday, Jan. 22, at 7 p. in. in room
18 Michigan Union. President McKenny of Ypsilanti will speak.
L. I-. BEACH, Secretary.
Players Club:
,Tryouts for men only will be held in Room 205, Mason Hall, this morn-
ng from 10 to 11:30. Two male parts in "Wurzel-Flummery" and one in
The Goal" have not yet been filled. New members may enroll.
GEORGE R. STEWART, JR.
~ngl" 30:
Enb...h 30-The Age of Wordsworth-will be offered the Second Se-
nester, M. W. F. Room 208, T. H., provided there are a sufficient number
f applicants for it. This is a repetition of English 30, First Semester. My
onsultation hours are M., W., F., 3 to 4 in Room 208, T. H.
S. F. GINGERICH.

Publication of a text "The Business Applications for tickets to the Ur.-
Letter, its Principals and Problems" ion formal dance which will be held
(D. Appleton & Co.) was recently an- the evening of the J-Hop, Feb. 9, may
d be made now through Dennis Dono-
nounced by the author, Carl A. Nae- van, house manager of the Union. The
ther, grad. According to the author affair, which will be given in the Un-
the book is principally a problem text, ion assembly hall, is designed to take
containing both principals and prob- care of those who cannot attend the
lems. It covers the whole field of Hop on account of inability to secur,,
business letter writing and is intend- tickets.
ed for use by college and university Special music will be furnished fo'
students. the dance, as will also some specialty
An interesting feature concerning numbers. The dancing hall will be
the material contained in the text is decorated with palms and ferns. Reg-
that the problems have been taken ular suppers will be furnished for the
from the files of prominent business dancers at 12:30 o'clock in the main
men throughout the country. Mr. dining room. Programs will be of
Naether spent three years in collect- leather in an attractive design.
ing them. The book is also based on Two hundred and twenty-five tick-
four years of practical experience by ets will be sold for the dance. Tho
the author as a business correspond- order of acceptance and preference of
ent and salesman for several business tickets will be announced later. The
concerns, dance Friday night will last from 9 to
Mr. Naether has spent six years 2:30 o'clock and the tickets for i'
teaching commercial subjects in sev- will cost $4 each.
eral western colleges and universi- Smith's saxophone sextette, of Ken-
ties. He is now doing graduate work tucky, will play for an informal dance,
here in the University and is an as- which will be held from 2:30 to 5:3G
sistant in the journalism department. o'clock Saturday afternoon in the ball
room. The admission to this dance
SENIOR LIT AFTERNOON DANCE, will be $1.
today at the Union. 2:30. Couple,j-
35c; stag, 25c.-Adv. Try a Classified Ad-it payo.--Adv.

{:.:. :- rKi.,~}:;$ . .+X f pj

British armored train, Marborough, and its crew in Turkey
The forces of General Harrington, allied commander-in-chief in the Near East are plentifully supplied with
the latest machinery of war. Armoured motor trains mounting field pieces, are counted upon to overcome Turk
superiority in numbers in case war breaks out.

Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

TRACK SQUAD WIL, HOLD 1 mile-Isbell, Davis Arndt, and Coch-
TRIAL COMPETITION TODAY ran vs. Bowen,.Shenefield, Rearick,
and Griffin; 2 mile-Hattendorff, R.
(Continued from Page Six) Gibson, Polhamus and William Gibson
the Windy City. The iaroons' best I vs. Reinke, Marsh, Carson, and Cush-
men are her sprinters and middle dist- ing.
ance men. They have an excellent
man in the high jump by the name of "Day oy day, in every way, I am
Russell who made 6 feet 2 inches in j at your service", JIMMIE, the ad tak-
a meet last year. 1 er. Call 960.-Adv.
Many .i Relays I
The relay teams this afternoon will
be composed of the following: Six LEARN TO DANCE
lap-Burke, Goldwater, Higgins, and
Thompson vs. Pury, Wittman, Aldrich,
and Hubbard;' 12 lap-Thomas, Sei- DANCE STUDIOS
mans, Joyner, and Roesser vs. Mafr- Hours 1-5, 7-10 Wuerth Arcade
tin, Iulse, Spedding, and Loomis; 4

THEY CO LIKE LIGHTNING
NESTOR JOHNSON "NORTH STAR"
HOCKEY SKATES
PRICE $11.00
WA H R S UNWIVERSITY
BOOKSTOR E

!U.NOTICES
I All fraternities and sororities, and
W H AT'S GO ING ON other campus organizations must
have lists of members, and other
copy for the 1923 Michiganensian in
by Jan. 25. Copy should be turned
OTICE~-Copy for this column should in 'as soon as possible at the 'En-
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock of: sian office.
the day before publication. All class officers must have their vic-
tures for the Michiganensian taken
SATURDAY at once as these must be in the
hands of theengravers this week.
:30-Players' club holds tryouts in ll group pictures for the 1923 MIch=

TRINITY LUTHERAN'
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and William St.
REV. L. F. GUNMERMAN, Pastor

iunaa~g

Churcb

services

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST SCIENTIST

409 S. Division Street

What Others Say

Sunday Morning
Service, 10:30
Subject: Sacrament.
Sunday School, 11:45.

9:30-Bible School.

11

16:30-"The Revelation of
Glory".

Christ'sl

"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 it!'

Wednesday
meeting, 7:30.

Evening, testimony

room 205, Tappan hall.-
12:30-Members of Students' Direct-
ory staff meet at Dey's studio to
have group picture taken for 'En-
sign.
1:00-Freshman engineers basketball
practice in Waterman gymnasium.)
2:30-Polonla Litex'ary circle meets at
Rentschler's studio for 'Ensian pic-

iganensian must be taken during
the month of January. Allf rater-
nities, sororities, house clubs, and
campus organizations must pay for
their space in the 'Enslan before
these pictures can be taken. Ap-
pointments should be made with
photographers direct.
Junior engineers can now secure their

6 : 30-Luthern League.
"Christian Missions Around the
World".

"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 Sundays *nd
Holidays.

ALL ARE WELCOME.

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

,ci.nj

:30-

official blouses at W uerth's clothing
-Senior lit mixer in assembly store as a second shipment of 200
A, Union. I checkered blouses has been receiv-
-S8ociety of American Foresters: ed.
gets in room 318, Union. Sophomore class dues are payable.
-Ex-staff of te' University lon-!They may be mailed to Ray Billing-
-al meets in room 306, Union. ton, class treasurer at 1102 Oakland
-li per Room Bible class meets avenue.
Lane hball..
1-MATINEE DANCE TO BE HEL)
SUNDAY AT UNION THIS AFTERNOON
-University Men's Bible class
ets in Upper room, Lane hall. Kennedy's first orchestra will furnish
?-Comedy club picture will be the music at the afternoon dahee to
:en at Rentschler's studio, be held from 2:30 to 5:30 o'clock to-

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister

SUNDAY

ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH.
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor
9:30 A. M.-Pastor's Bible Class.
10:30 A. M.-Sermon, (German) "The
Confessional and Prophet
Elements in the Lord's
Supper.
5:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Topic:
"The Relation of Christ-
ians to Secret Orders".
7:30 P. M.-Sermon, "Jesus the Min-
ister".
All services in the English language.

BETHLEHEM EVANGELICAL
CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave., near Packard
G. A. NEUMANN, Pastor
Sunday School at 9:00 a. m.
Church Service 10:00 a. m. English.
church Service 11:00 a. m. German.
Subject "True Christian Progress."
Students Cordially Welcomed
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
R. EDWARD SAYI,,ES, Minister.
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN.
Minister of University Students
10:30-"The Influence of Science on
Religion".-Mr. Sayles.
12:00-Students' Class at Guild House.
Mr. Chapman.
6:00-Students' Friendship Hour at
Church.
Q:30-Discussion Meeting, "T h e
Law As a Christian Calling".
Wilbur Seelye, '24L. leader.
7:30-"The Man Under Suspicion".
(Based on experience of a
Bonding Company), sermon by
Mr. Sayles.
Congregation joins in Hill Auditorium
Service.

AND

"UPPER ROOM"
BIBLE CLASSES

LANE HALL.

ANN ARBOR
BIBLE CHAIR

10:40 A. M.

class of the Church ofI
Subject, "John the1

meet.
ns."

30-Lutheran Student forum Zion
Lutheran Parish Halls concerts by
te High School Mandolin-Guitar
club.
:00-Student supper at Hartis hail.
Mr. George D. Willner speaks.
:30--Baptist gu.ild devotional meet-
ing. Subject, "Law as a Christian
Calling."
:30--Annual meetIng of Hobart guild
ir. Harris halli.
:00.-Bapfist guild friendship hour
in Baptist church parlors.

day in the assembly room in the Un-
ion.
Tickets can be purchased at the
door. The charge for couples is 35
cents. Although it is preferred that
the attendance be in couples, single;
members will be admitted for 25'
cents.
Adopt Polish Language
Warsaw, Jan. 19-(By A.P.)-Polish
is made the official language in a bill
passed by the Silesian Diet.
Try a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv.

REV. HAROLD E. B. SPEIGHT
Minister King's Chapel, Boston

Speaks on

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

"THE LEADERSHIP
WORLD"

OF THE

CHURCH

JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE

continues on

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
REV. A. W. STALKER, D.D., Minister
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship. Pastor's subject: "FASHIONS OF FOLKS"
12:00 Noon-BIBLE CLASSES at WESLEY HALL.
4:30-6:30 P. M.-OPEN HOUSE AT WESLEY HALL' Miss Frances Gill
will tell of her visit to Oberammergau this last summer.
6:30 P M.-Wesleyan Guild Devotional Meeting. Miss Lois Cochran, leader
7:30 P. M.-MR. EDWIN MARKHAM, Author of "THE MAN WITH A HOE"
will be the speaker in the Wesleyan Guild Lecture Course.
Special Music:-"Romanza" (Haydn), Mrs. Rhead; "Benedictus" (Gounod),
the chorus choir; "Blessed He Who From Earth's Dream
Awaking" (From the Beatitudes) (Franck), the chorus choir;
"Dark Brooded Fear of the Earth" (Prologue from the Beati-
tudes), (Franck), the chorus choir; March (Guilmant); Mrs.
Rhead;i "Andante" (Wely), Mrs. Rhead; "Comest Thou Light df
Gladness" (Herzogenberg), the chorus choir; "The Cross"
(Words by Edwin Markham) (Music by Ware) Mrs. Wheeler;
March (Wely), Mrs. Rhead.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

CARL A. BRAUER, Pastor

SMissouri Synod)

SERVICES

9:30--German.

Corner Third and West Huron Sts.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
DIVISION AND HURON
REV. L. A. BARRETT, D.D., Minister
LEWIS C. REIMANN, See'y Men Students
MISS HELEN SHAW BROEKSMIT, Sec'y Women Students
10:30
MORNING WORSHIP
"The Christ of the Gospels"
12:04
Prof. W. D. HENDERSON'S CLASS
"THE HUMAN NATURE AND THE BIBLE"
5:30
SOCIAL HOUR
6:30
YOUNG PEOPLES MEETING
Austin Wolfe leads, "Is Life Worth While; Does It Burden With Duties or
Enrich With Privileges?"
Thursday: "The Pill Bottle," the play describing fine dramatic scenes in
Life of Dr. Ida Scudder of India, will be given in the church at 8 o'clock.
Tickets will sell at twenty-five cents. The proceed will go to the seven
Oriental Colleges for Women.
ft. nmbew's Episcopal Church

10:30-Bible School.

"

1:30-English.

"M" Books

- $1.75

Campus Snaps,

White Pencils

Artcorners

Valentines

Cards for all Occasions

CHURCH OF CHRIST
(DISCIPLES)
S. UNIVERSITY
F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
ible School at 9:30 A. M.
(Prof. Barnhill, Supt,)
0:30 A. M.-Sermon, "Our Educa-
tional Program".

Novelties

"THE STONE CHURCH WITH A WARM WELCOME"

COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, Rector
CHARLES T. WEBB, StudentPastor
MISS RACHEL HATILAND, Secretary

HERBERT ATCHINSON JUMP, Minister

Still a few Pictures left

E. KNOX MITCHELL, JR., Student Pastor

Zilhlp VInacPC fnr ctvrlrnta n.t nnnn.

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