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THE MICHIGAN DAILY___

SATURDAY, MARCHI 8, 1924

l zoolz Ingy3{ Heredity):
1,xamination Tuesday, March 11, at 9 a. in. Thioe regularly assigne I to
f_ SOit Bii'ows A to inclusive, will go to, Natural Science' Auditorium;
those as1s1 i;gurd tea :cats in rows H to M, inclusiv , will go to Room B, Law
builing;tho; e in and back of row N will go to West Gallery, Alunin
Memorial hall. A. Franklin S hnli.
Senlor Mleclzaicatul Eiiglueer ::
Mr.. R. L. Radcliffe of the Worthington Punip anid Machinery Corporation
w ill be in Room 221, Engineering P~uilding, from 10 a, ill. to 4 p. im. on Mon-
day, Mlarch 10th. H~e wishes to intervew ail men who are interested in
Iposition,, witlh this coulpany. 11,.C. Aniderson..
8:430-- r'stan Endeavor meeting,
WHIAT I S G 0OING ON (1f70"i---jewish Suet'congregation
7:30- .tafto ollai tnre ser'iee - "That
SAW IItl~ AY Something." Congregational church.
318, nion.OKLIUMA S [[KINg
meet at church.iit
i :3.3t!-31 ilitari' Jbalcomiiaittee metisIn USO
rom302, Union
17 :00--Iini LIinibda illi meets in roomt
732:3, Union.I Norman, Okla., March 7.-"The Liii-
.0--4--- Union Fair, Ysfelhoe. vriy of Oklahoma needs a 'prexie'
7-:4)-Upper Room Bible class Mteets. fronm some other part of th~e country,'
in Lane hall. is the popular sentiment throughout
4:$)0-Students' maple sugar party, the Sooner state. In declaring that the
*30-Cngegatioa'curt'c.i ets university was Oklahoma's greatest
1 7 3(--hinseStuent' lub metsinasset, the Tulsa 'Tribune also stated
Lane hall. that the University of Oklahoma was
7 :34--Craftsmn meet in 'llSon1ic teni in perpetual jeopardy because of the
ple. selfish intentions of politicians wvho
periodically get the driving hand on
SUNDAY the university.

I n voicing the general sentiment all #I I
o)ver the state, the paper also added
that the only chance for the Univer-
sity of Oklahoma to realize the ambi-
tionis of her founder~in becoming one
of. the foremost edulcational centers
in the country lay in the hope of an
outsider N i th intelligence, integrity,
a. (I courage its his chief qualifica-
t ions.

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White Will Speak
"' )r.. ia;- Proo~ ramn

Prof. Albert E. White., director of -i
I the departue nit of engineer'ing re-
i!search in the University, will be theJ
'princilpal speaker on the progr'ami
which is to be lbroadcasted from sta-
tion NVCBC Saturday night.
Th~is is the second of a series of pro-
grains which has been arranged by
the University alumni association in
an endeavor to keel) alumni through-
out the country informed as to what
1si being clone at the University. Pro-
- fessor white will tell of the work of
the research department and of the
°'rvices of the department to the in-
dusrie and manufacturers of the
e country.
Ottawa, March 7.--importation into
s;Canada. of live stock from any state
e!of the United States was prohibited by.
DIthe Canadian government today as a
.further protection against the foot and
mouth disease.

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ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH

St.

W'Sashogton St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. ST1ELLIIOIIN, Pastor

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Paistor I

9 :00 A. M.--Bible Study :dour.
10:30 A. M.-Sernmon, "Temptoed
11,1 oumt Sin,"
5:30 P. M.--Student Forum. F ol-
lowing the social hour and sup-
per Mr. Albert G. Engelbach wvil
speak on, "Missionary Fields in
the Lutheran Church."
7:30 P. M.--Evening Lent Sermon,
"The Bewlildered Twelve:"
All services in the English Lang-
uage.

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
RIEV. ARTHUR WV. STALKER, DAD, Minister
RED'. W. SCOTT WESTERMAN, Associate Minister
MISS5 ELLEN WV. MOORE, Student Director
A. M..--Morning Worship. Pastor's Subject:
"LIFE-SOITARtY)
M.-Fine Bible Classes a.nd One Mission Study.
Class for Students at Wesley .Fall.
P. M.----Open house at Wesley Hal. Supper served as usual.
P. q.-Wesleyan Guild Devotional Meeting. Subject: "What
Believe and Why." Leader: Miss Charlotte Blagdon.
P. M.--Evening Worship. Sermon Subject:
"THE SOUL ON THlE FRONTiIER"
Precher: Rev. Mr. Westermian.
Students cordially invited to all of the services.

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CONGREGA'TIONAL CHURCH
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WELCOME".
HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister E. KNOX MITCHELL, University Pastor
LUCY' HUBER, Secretary for Women Students
Mr. Jumip begins a course of Lenten :Book Sermons on Optimism,
taking for his first theme a story by a mnember of the University faculty,
LAWRENCE' H. CONRAI)'S NOVEL, "TEMPER."
Next Sunday he will discuss Percy Marks' novel of university life,
"The Plastic Age."

SUNDAY, MARCH 9TH
The First Sunday in Lent
9:00 A: 'M irT-Hi v C('jmim inn

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