100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 27, 1923 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1923-01-27

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

TH-E MICHIGAN,,DAJL\ ________

..
ti:.

lILY OFFICIAL BULTN
ication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members Qf
rnversity. Copy received until 8- 0 P. in (11.30a.ain Saturday.)
mie 3 S ATURDAY, JANU ARY 27, 1923 Number 942

Nodern Physics, Courses 3 and 4:
An elementary and non-mathematical treatment of recent advances in
Physics. A second section to acconmmodate students desiring to -begin this
wvork will be formed for thei second semester providing a sufficient number
express their intention of electing the course. Credit 2 hours. Hours to
be arranged. Leave names in letter box Room 205, Physical Laboratory,
before Feb. 7. H. M. RANDALL.

y Copies of this issue will not be sale 1 fatally shot late today by bandits who "Day oy day, in every way, I al
on the campus but will be placed ors held him up in a corridor of the com- at Fou~r service", JIMMIE, the ad tal
sale in the University hail, the library ; , Per. Call 9G0 -Adv.
corridor and th Union.payroll of $10,000 from his depart-__________________

D)ETROIT MAN SHOT FATALLY ! ment to the paymasters' safe. Andler-
WILE RESISTING4 BANDITS son wus shot in the head as he drew
f a pistol to resist the bandits, three of
!Detroit, Jan. 2f.-(By A..)-Rob- whom entered the building while a
ert H. Anderson, secretary-treasurer ┬░ourth waited in an automobile injf
,of the Michigan Tool company was which they escaped.

THE SCHOOL
PREMIERE '
HALSEY'S DANCE STUDIOS,
Wuerth Arcade

All Lterary turdens:,
All second semester elections must be made Monday to Thursday, Feb.
6 to ,in accordance' with the detailed directions printed on the back of the
exam~ination schedlules. A Supplementary Announcement, giving changes in
coursues, may now be obtained "from the Registrar's office.
ARTPHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
To tl e trmry !4acalty :
In accdrdance with recent Faculty action, instructors are privileged to
dive outj gtees to students AFTER the semester reports have been handed
in to'.the ' egistrar, NOT BEFORE. The urgent need of prompt handing in
of r eports 80 as to expedite the work of the Committee on Extra Hours
Sndt o+n: Delinquents is even greater than heretofore. 'Please co-operate.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Rg~trar.
To the V~ecirs of Freshmen in the.College of Engineering:
tpY' ae,'requested to note on the report cards which will be sent out
next Monday, at' the earliest date possible, the final semester-grades and
etutrn them to the mentors by the Dean's messenger so that th students
will' ire an, opportunity to consult with their mentors before the time of
classificatlofl. ALFRED 0. ZEE,
." Chairman Freshman Mentor Committee.
Sumner SesouAnnouncement:
Thes Prelilinnry Announcement containing full descriptions of all
coursed~ to be given during the Summer Sesion of 1923 in the College of
l~teratlire, Science, and the Arts, the School of Education, and the Gradu-
ate School wll be ready for distribution Tuesday morning, Jan. 30. Copies
Wra."bebtainred at the various registration offices.
E. H. KRAUTS.
students b t the 4Voeges of Engineering and Architecture:
Attntion s called to the fact that Registration (including payment of
fees, cGiicazion, and enrollment) must be entirely completed before the
drat day bot the sam~ester, Tuesday, Feb. 13. Students failing to complete
tBair reglstr.tin and classification before the first day of the semester are
requted topay'a fee of live dollars.'
CLASSIFICATION COMMITTEE.
Stndo*ts in the School of Education:
The office of the 'School of Education will be open for Registration for
the second sermester from 9 to 12 and 2 to 5 from Feb 5 to 9, Inclusive. Reg-
A, tration, fnluding payment of fees, classification and. enrollment, must be
entirely comnpeted before 5 o'clock, Feb. 9, or a payment of five dollars will
be re'y Wred., MARGARET CAMERON, Secretary.
, a4A4te to Teach French and Spanish:
!a~~dates for the Teachers' Diploma expecting to teach French or
444i10h: should, confer with Professor Canfield for French, Professor Wag-
ner 'far Spanish- A. G. CANFIELD.
1 ebriwy eiorschiool, of Education:
YpflpJ0Xa and , Life Certificate fees are payable at the present time. All
who~t, *sic thir namies presented for Diplomas or Certificates should attend
to "this irnakter not later than Feb. 14. Blanks for this purpose can be se-
mire4' a t te offie of the School of Education.
E. MARGARET CAMERON, Secretary.
Couss; i.Fine 'Arts:
uTl a Ioincennt of the courses (.offered in Fine Arts for the second
semester pparig in the University atalogue is incorrect. The courses
off er .areas follows :
Fi ne .Arts 1V (Roman and Medieval. Art). Three hours credit. M, W.
F, at a 14 it41. F , Memorial Hall.
Fiue 4rA I (Introductory Course). Three hours credit. M, W, F, at
I, ~west Galery, Memorial Hall.
Fine Arts Y (Italian Renaissance Art). Three hours credit. M, W, F,
. k2, Ro 7it):, Memorial Hall.
BRUCE~ M. DONALDSON.
ChlasekI lA raelogy S2A:
Xoiuskienita History of the City; ot' Rome will be given at 9 M, Wt, F, in
RHom A, Memorial fHail, as stated in the Annual Announcement, p. 95.
Ooiursb ob01, Graduate Announcement p. 110, will not be given.
J. G. WINTER.
$emltles:r ,
Attentlon Is called to thie Supplementary Announcement for Bourses in
set ics fr the secold semester which do not appear~ in the Literary An-
nouCtp eiet. L. WATERMAN.
+(3.n 'a. o f u.*wSciece, anUd the Arts, Department of Mi'athsatic:
tldo %a the folowlag courses in mathematics will be hld
1rlda*, Fell, 2, from 2 to 6 p. m. In the rooms here listed:
* bi. C V atral Science Adtorium.
GuthI. 1-All *etioins except Bradhaw's, Johnson's, andl Petersou',
lr. buidfl9Cg, 3
l 1h, -91)r pcttoas of Bradshaw, Johnson and Peterson, West Phys-
iree .~r p
thir.t-T#ippan tHall, 203.
; b.t'4- Veomcs cabuilding, 101.
6ah 1-.,WWs Ga llry of "Aumni Memoria Hall.
J. L. MARKLEY.
Foretry 21; (ForeAt Conservation) :
Fiinal xajr~natiou will be held in Room 214, Natural Science building,
Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 30, (not in Science Auditorium).

RUSSELLJ WATSON.
First M~eeting of Observation Classes:
Every student electing any course in Observation is required to meet
Wednes~day, Feb 14; from 4 -to 6 in the Auditorium of the Ann Arbor High
School. Then detailed, plans of the Observation work will be given out,
schedules of the Observlaition hours will be distributed, and class sittings
be r~eerred. This meeting, if missed, cannot be made up.
C. 0. DAVIS.
1; ~ it io~anul ~~; ~ineeriing:
Aerv2. 2i on ~ * ij. oom 340.
A e ,j n ) I _ 1da ;oom 340.
AroU. nd ~'usda ii in U.oom 338.
All ;r LIosamir: orr . 1 Aeronautical courses are to be handed in
>6 ;:ro _ ?. ,:": u the iist : iination week. Only in exceptional cases,
," ,,a nit cV rqusLwil hei ne be extended until the end of th first
F. NW. PAWLOWSKI.

Mathematies C 1 and IE:
I will be in Room 110 Tappan Hall from 10 to 12 Wednesday, Jan. 31,
for consulitation. S.JE.FIEL.

WHAT'S GOING ON
VOTIME-Copy for this column should 1
be submitted by 5:30- o'clock of
the day before publication.
SATURDAY
12 :00-Union board of dirctors lunch-
eon in. Union.
1 :00-Alumnae luncheon in room 319,
Union.
1 ;30--Junior engineers meet at Engi-
neering arch to have picture taken.
10;30-Students' fireside chat. Sub-
Ject, "Is the Church Fitted for Mod-
ern Everyday Life?"
7:00--Upper Room ible class meets
in Lane hall.
7:30--Basketball game i Waterman
gymnasium. Michigan vs. 0. 5. U.
8 :00--Movie in Wesley hali. Mao I
Marsh in "The Foolish Age."
SUNDAY
9:30-Univerf.ty Men's Bible class
meets in Upper room, Lane hall.-
9:30--Bible school of Church of Christ
meets. Professor IDarnhill speaks.1
12:00-B1aptist guild meets in Baptist1"
Guild house. Mr. Chapman, leader.
12:00-M1en's class of Church of Christ
meets. "Chosen Men" is subject.
12:30--Boxing clumb picture taken at
Rentschleer's.
3~:04-Baptist guild friendship hour in
Baptist church parlors.
6:130-Mr. "Lionel C rocker, from Was-
eda university, Tokio, Japan, speaks
on "Japanese Student Life in Bapt-
ist Church."
5:30-Christian Endeavor meets in
Christian church.
7:00-Rabbi Horace Wolfe speaks on"
It

Q. tJ XA"-l
"Who Are the Educated" at Jewish
Student congregation meeting in
Lane hall.
Vi-WTCEA
Sophomore elass mel easa payale
They may be mailed to Ray Billing
ton, class treasurer at 1102 Oakland
avenue,.
Illinois ex-serrlee men may receive 1
applications for Illinois state bon-
uses by calling for theta in federalI
board room, Lane hall.f
The time for the photographing of tihe
Delta Sigma Rho group picture for
the Michiganensian has been chang--
ed from Thursday to 12 o'clock -
Monday noon, Jan. 29.
All lunmlors are asked to report at 1:30
o'clock this afternoon at theI
Engineering arch for the group pic-
ture of the class which is to be' tali-
en at this time. Everyone is re-
quested to wear the distinctive dress
of the class.
WHIMSIES OUT MONDAY
Many new writers have contributed
poems and stories to the enlarged~
January number of Whimsies whicl)
is to appear on the campus next Mon-
day.E
The prose fiction includes "Dorine"
by Edgar Slusser, '26; a sketch, "Gor-
don's Father", by Paul Osborne, '3
"Comrades", an essay by, Egbert Is-
bell, '28, and "Shadows", written b:I
Walter Donnelly, '23.
Among the poems are "People who
Work with Their Hands", by Dorothy
Tyler, '26, "Death Dance of the
Leaves", by Eloise Street, spec., '
group of poems by John MVongoli, and
"Silences" by John DeHaan.

i

r_

I-,

BLUE BOOKS
All Sizes and Kinds

Fountain Pons.
Waterman Conklin Parker
Wahr's Special

VVA HUNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

Tonight a 'lc

THE SPECIAL OFFER OF THE
WHITE SWAN EXPIRES.. .
TURN TO PAGE SEVEN FOR
DETAILS.

DO IT NOW!'

Act!

Act!a

Act!

I

--

TRINITY LUTHERAN'
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and William St.
B1ET. L. F. GUNJERMAN, Pastor

!BZ.unba*g

Cburcb srvices

FIRST CHURCH, OF
CHRIST SCIENTIST

I

409'S. Divlsion Street

What Others Say

Sunday Morning
.Service, 10: 30

9:30-Bible School.
10:30 A. M.-"The Place of Rewards
in the Christian Service."
6:30 P. M1.-Luther League Meeting.
7:30 P. M.-Dr. R. E. Tulles, Presi-
dent of Wittenberg College, will
speak.

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

Subject: "God."
Sunday School, 11.:45.

1'

Wednesday
meeting, 7:30.

Evening, testimony

'.Tis yours to let the breaking light
Against earth's smroke 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 and;
H-olidays.

X

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

ALL ARE WELCOME.

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

i

ZIONLUTHRANBETHLEHEM EVANGELICAL
CHURCH CHURCH

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH '
R. EDWARD SAYLES, liinister
HOWARD R1. CHAPMA N.
Minister of University Students

ANN ARBOR
BIBLE CHAIR

Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STE IUORN, Pastor

(Evangelical Synod of N. A..)
4th Ave., near Pa Gard

AND

I

14:40 A. M.
William Lawrence Sullivan, D. D.
Sermon topic: "The Meaning of Faith"
9:45 A. M.
The Sunday School
5:45 P. Al.
Young People's Supper
6: 30 P. M.
Discussion led by E. Doral aBrtley,
AS Cordial Welcome
'Faith is not the opposite of doubt,
which is a necessary part of knowl-
edge, but of timidity, which is a dis-
ease of the soul."-Kirsopp Lake.

9:30 A.M.-Pastor's Bible Class in the
Church Parlor.
10: 30 A. M. - Sermon: "Some Ques-4
tions Pertaining to the Administra-
tion of the Lord's Supper."
5:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Discus-
sion, "Is Christianity Intolerant ?"
Wmn. M. Mackensen, leader.
7:30 P. M.-Sermon: "Jesus the Mlas-
ter."

G. A. N]EUMANN, Pastor
Sunday School at 9:00 a. m.
Church Service 10:00 a. mn. English,
hurch Service 11:00 a. m. German.
ISubject: "FULL EQUALITY IN THE1
KINGDOM OF GOD."
Students Cordially Welcomed
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN

t0:30=-"THE NEAR EAST." Address
by Miss S. S. H-atachadourian, of Ar-
nienia; graduate of Armenian Col-
lege in Constantinople.
12: 00-Studenits' Class at Guild House.
Mr. Chapman.
6 :00--Students' Frielidshiip hour at
Church.
6:30 -Guild Devotional Meeting.
Mr. Lionel Crocker will give an ad-
dress on "Japanese Student Life."
7:30-Sermon on "THE CREATIVE
CHRIST" by Mr. Sayles.

"UPPER ROOM"
BIBLE CLASSES

LANE HALL

See "Upper Room", Bulletin
and Printed Schedule-
Sunday Class for Men from
9:30 to 30:1~

All Services in English

CHURCH

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
REV. A. IV. STALKER, D.D., Minister
:MISS ELLEN WV. MOORE, Student Director
10:30 A. M. Morning Worship. Pastor's subject: ."THE MIGHTY OPPO-
SITES."
12:00 Noon Five Bible Classes (for students) in Wesley Hall.
4:30-6:30 P. M. OPEN HIOUSE at WESLEY HALL.
6:30 P. M. Wesleyan Guild} Devotional Meeting. Mx. Clair Searles, leader.
7:30 P. M. "A PLEA FOR THE BAD EUROPEANS," a lecture. by, MR.
11ALPHI CARSON, Rhodes Scholar.
Special Music: "Allegretto" (Fumagalhi), Mrs. Rhead; "Berceuse" (Godard).,
Mr. Clancy and Mrs. Rhead; "May the Words' of My Mouth". (Bur-
leigh), the Chorus Choir; "The Lord is My Shepherd" (Shelley),
the Chorus Choir; "Calm as the Night" (Goetz), Mrs. Wheeler and.
Mr. Dewey; "Marche Religieuse" (Gigout), Mrs. Rhead; "Andante
in D" (Silas), Mrs. Rhead; -"He Shall Come Down Like Rain"
(Buck), the Chorus Choir; "The Omnipotence" (Schubert), Miss
IHowe; "Festive March" (Smart), Mrs. Rhead.
CONGREGATI ONAL CHURCH
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH A WARM WELCOME"
HERJBERT ATCHINSON JIUMP. Mi1nister

(Miss'ouri Synod)

Corner Third and West Huron Sts.

CARL A. BRAUER, Pastor

SERVICES

I9:30-G(ermtan: "Be of Good Cheer. "

10:30-Bible School.

1:380-English.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
DIVISION AND HURON
REV. IL. A. BARRETT, D.D., minister'
LEWIS C. REIMANN, Sec'y Men Studentsr
Miss HELEN SHAW BROEKSMIT, See'y Women Students
10:30
Ri. C. Hlufstader, State Director Near East Relief, speaks on
"WHERE GREEK MET TURK."
12:00
STUDENTS' CLASS
"HUMAN NATURE AND THE BIBLE"
New Series by Prof. W. D. Henderson
5:30
THE HOUR OF FELLOWSHIP
6:30
Dr. W. B. Shirey, State Director Young People's Work,
y will show pictures of "India, the Land of Heritage and Promise.",
All students are welcome.
Zt. ~nbrew'4s Episcopa1 Chlurch
COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, Rector,
1 CHARLES T. WEBB, Student Pastor
MISS RACHEL HAVILAND, Secretary.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
(DISCIPLES)

S. UNIVERSITY

All t~o~In iwin I ad i indOthers:
' ntlucks ;'. ...re '.u fe;.III the lockers in Drawing Rooms 436,
437 43, 39,4l, 4~,423 4~1 ewEngineering wuilding by Saturday noon,
Fe. .A1 lct ::fieovd~ttat time will be cut from the lockers.
~ n~aryjn rde thit he tudents using the rooms next semester,
may ave u flient1od~ r~tur ;,x ing equipment.
Ii. W. MILLER.

F. P. ARTHUIIR, Pastor%
I-ible School at 9:30 A. M.

9:3(0 A.
10:30 A.

E. KNOX MITCHELL, JIB, Student Pastorv{Po.BrhlSt)
MARY KIMBALL MILLAR, Women's Secretary(Po.arhlut)
M.-Sunday School. J. Raleigh Nelson, Superintendent. 0:;30 A. M.-Subicct ; "The lEspecial
Student Men's Class. Mr. Mitchell. Work of the Disciples of Christ."
.M.--Morning Worship with sermon by Mr. Jump. "CAN DR. COUE 3ible Classes for students at noon.
CURE?" A Discussion of the French Druggist that is exciting
Ame~rica today. Sermon for children and Church Kinder- (H. C. Coffman, leader.)

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan