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TH{E MICHIGAN DAILY

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lILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
leatloti In the Bulletin is co1btructive notico to all members of
inivereity. Copy received by t1i*A~cai 4at t the _"etUrtLM

Industrial King~
Is Serious

SATURD)AY, MARCH T, 1924

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tlcl Selence 2:
Assignment for week ending :March -21, Ogg & Ray, Chi. XXV, Ch,
CVI to page 599. TF. 11. (teed.
lsh Play Cast:
Next rehearsalI Will tak~e place Saturday, Mlarchi 15, at0iU o'clock p.
a an it~ium of Detroit City College, corner of Cass andl Warren. The
pe leaves Ann' Arbor via 3t. C. Saturday-at 11:11; ,a. ii. city time.
-- LE. :k. 3ercafado.
Thie UJniversity Band under the leadership of Captain Wilfred Wilson,
~Abert Lockwood, soloist, will give the following program in Hill
torium n uday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, to which the public with the
ption of children under twelve. years of age is cordially invited:
Festive March "The Governor" (Buys), Overture, "King Mydas" (Fien-
}~ Caprice "Danny and his Hobby-Horse" (Pryor), Ballet Music from
Et", Suite 1 (GounodI) University Band; Concertstuck, Op. 79 (Weber)
rt Lockwood. ( leri A. Sinik, Secretary.
ersity of Michiigana Band:.
k special rehearsal has been called [or Sunday afternoon at 2 p. in.4tI
Auditorium. The concert is at 4 o'clock. Full dress uniform. (Nto
). Aniy man absent from these formations without an acceptable ex-
will be requested to turn in his uniform. By order of the Director.
Willi ant Gaulich, Jr., Manager.

* (RI 'IIE1I N 'w or unho)lding the standatrds which
PIAa een Set by the success accorded
sly I11fl m evct tin past years that the con-:
tot is being spoiasol-ed by the corn-
[IT mi~t eaccording to the chairman.
Tickets for the affair are to be plac-
March 26l. Students of the architec-ltfn
Ialt ei>eeled III ( 4)IlplEltioil 11it 1 b[rence. Nohing as asyet been de-
larcli 2 s6 decided upon as to types for the cos-
tumees, although it is expected that
P1,,11 'r) S1 RPA1SS LF FfEC ('S the affair will be one of the most ef-
' llI P ATlOTIH ER 1,tit J7:S; festive to be held on the campus.
z~f flans for the holding of a' contest' Vassar Professor
tdeterid hebs type. of de'sign
for the dlecL'rtions of the Architects'1 iis U iest
Ala y party, to b~e hel d May 28, were
* ~decided upon a recent meeting of the PrfsoCrlieunshadf
committee in charge of arrangementsC0
for the affair. The contest, according the astronomy department of Vassar
to the statement, will begin' March 2G6, llge, as thegus at a lzcex
and will be opaen only to stu(Ientso, 0UnninheooorbnPo. .H
the architectural college. The dle-'Crtsan Ms.uti tthUno
sign for the affair. last year was p~ro- ysedy on ebeso h
nounced one of the most beautiful A"1n11 earmn ndter ie
that has ever been, seen at this ball. eeas guests at the luncheon.
An effort is to be made this year to PrfsoFuesspnth mr-
;urpa ss if possible "any of the de- ing at the observatory consulting with
' ~signs which have caused consider- members of the astronomy depart-
'be avrbl cmeneinreiosupon astronomical matters. She
I sconsidered as one of the most prom-
years, it is said. ietatooesi mrc.po-11
IIt is atradition in the architectural ann_ _ _ _ _ __es nIAerca
best by college that coincident with the hold-1 ~
I emperor ing of the annual May party goes the
y il responsibility of giving an affairR a h X atid
which-Adsas far as decorations are con-Re d te W ns
)uld comxe cerned will, be, absolutely. the best
tand they seen on the campus. It is .with a

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b.SUGAR 95c

liugo Stinnes4
This is the portrait liked
Hugo Stinnes, the industrial
of Germany, who is seriousll
of the Sin clair-Fall lease V&
under the review of the court
did not, want that to happen.

VIAT'S GOING ON
S ATUR1AY
Q-) 1h iinsan *editorlilstaff
ets in Press building.
iIntercity cOnference of social
skers, oomii. 319, Union.
: 0fil ug Ub nkeets at ('ongre-
ienal chur'ch for hike.
-?MWbait commnittee meets Int
-Aisir' meeting of the Up. j
r Rbm ile class in Lane hall.
-Craftsmen. meet in 31a-pnic tem.-

>:30-Students' Your, Congregational
church.
6:430-"'cI racIes," a tWk. by T. N1.
I den, Lane hall.
7 :30at-"Thie Dughter of the Dawnm," a
motion picture, Congregationalc
church.,
ROOSEVELT AGAIN -UNDER
FIR E IN INVESTIGATION
Washington, Mar. 14.-(By A. P.)-
Theodore Roosevelt, acting secretary
of the navy came uMnder fire again
before the senate oil investigat-
ing committee. His, order sending a
detachment of marines to Tea Pot
Dome to clear it of trespassers in the

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DELTA TAUJ DELTA' WIN' CUJP #
FOR SVI!OLOASHIP STANDJW
Norman, Oklahoma, March 13.-'
Delta Tau Delta *on permanent pos-
session of the lnterfrAternity scholar-
ship cup 'at the 'University of Okla-
homa, according to fraternity averages.
just published, for having the highest
average for last semester. This was
the third consecutive semester that
Delta Tau Delta has accoinplished this
feat. Sigma Alpha .epsilon camze sec-
and in the contest, and Phi Kappa Psi
third.

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WE FELL HARD for this new port-
able typewriter as soon as we saw it ;
you will too. Those who know type-
writers are the most ardent admirers

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U!'Imer of 1922, four months afterl
the preserves bad been leased to ;liar-
ry F. Sinclair was characterized by
Ns Wile clasp "S'-mtor Walsh, of Montana, as an

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hall, (Jltrtge'ous imisuse of the miitary
tic Arc" wll bte dIs.poer.
mlnite* Coigrea- 1c erotary rdooaev ejt told the com~-
minstcr, oug~c ;a-mittee that hils order for thIGimarines
en Scrui ('ttarrfito clear Tejalot IDomne had been is-
~J~Jru~1, thgrgo.sued at the request of Albert B..Fall
then secretary of the. Interior, underl
;ueus'clss -elwhat he understood, -was an agree;
' m: hent wvith Fall and President Iiarding
SoP.imrers ~ This brought 'fromt Senator Walsh
tioiounes ca- wantedI the muarines used because if
306:,Unio. the charge tOmit Wall and Sinclair
Hft1 Iil itriurnt. lie resorted to civil action the -validity

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ARIAN CHURCH

State and IHuronm 81reet'r
PtN1EY S. ROBINS, Minister
*MARCH 16, 1924
10:30 A. AM.
VMorning Service
01e rjaizing a. Sectarian

CHURCH OF CHRIS'T
DISCIPLES
All Services HelotIn Lane iHall
(Corner Stale and l Wasili-lont Sts.

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ST. P'AUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
C'orner Tlhlird and West Huron Sts.
('AI llA i{fAUEIIi Pastor
SERVICESt
9 :30-Services in German.
10 :30-Students' Bible Class.'
11:30--Services in English. Sermon
su bject: "Man m 'eiim~ed."
5:30- -Student Social liour a-nd
Stttpnt'r.
6:30--Discussion led by the pas-
tor, C. A. Brauer~. Topic, ".1
True Pilosopliy 4 Life."
7:ZO---Plassion Service. s ermnon,
"Gethsemanie."
Wedlnesday Evening, 7;:30 :'Passion..
Service, " Christ's Third Nord
Frotwthe Cross."

TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Filth Are. :and Willlam Rt.

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CHURCH

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W1ashiington St. and, Fifth Aire.
E. C. STELLIIORN, Pastor

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RtEV. L. F. GLUNVDERAN, Palstor

Bible School, 9 0A M
Christian Alen's Sorvic,,,
J;:38 A. 1M1.

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ONE OF THE
Best Butter
Substitutes-
On the market
(IT'S IN A CLASS BY ITS SELF.)

5' 5 P. Al.
an Studen~ts Supper

Club,

9:30 A. N.-Sunday School with
Student Classes.
10 :30 A. - i.-«'1--"Tl fit t C ntisund
Wednesday

9: 00 A. M.-Bible' Study Hour.
10:30 A. M.--Sermon, German, "Tihe
1)evelolinent of Faith."
5:30 P. M.-Student Social Hour.
6:30 P. 'M -Student',Forum. Al-
Bert G. Englebach will speak on,
"MIlissionary Fields of the Luth-
Orain'Church."
7:30 P. M.-Tlenten Sermon. The
Pastor will preach on "Judas
Part i the Savir's Passion."

IPierce's Bdread
oh,,,so good..

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* 4ogj$el Aeoding to Emierson"
A. Cordial Welcome!

Preaching Service, 10:30 A. i4.
S'tudents' Bible Class, 12 noop.
Young People's Service, 6:30 P.
M,".

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7:30 P. M.-Lenten Service: "The
Sixh Commttandment: Purity andi
_Marriage."

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
* REP. JAONARD A. BARRETT, D.D., Mi1nister
LEWIS C. REL ANN, '16, Seely Men Students
MRS. NELLIE CADJWELL, Seely Women StudentsI
30-IMxrning Worship. Sermon subject:
" PAUL'S INTERPRETATION OF CHRIST"

BETHLEHEM:
EVANGELICAL CH-URCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave.. near Packard
G. A. NEUMANN, Pastor
Sunday School at 9:00 a m.

Our
New

FIRST METHODIST CHURCB
Gar. S. State and E. Washlngton Sts.

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Classes.
10: 00--English Services.,
1I : 00-German Services.'

BibblI

S led by Miss Maryr Ross and Profe. W.. D. Henderson.
-Hour.

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
It. EDWARD) SNYLES, Minlister
IJOWI) R. C*IAPIAN
3!izmstem' of University' Studentg

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REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D., Minister
REV. WV. SCOTT WESTERMAN, Associate Mister
MISS ELLEN WV. MOORE, Student Director
10:30 A. III:-Morning Worship. Pastor's subject:
"LIFE--THIE STRUGG~LE"
12:00 M.--Bible Classes in Wesley hall.
5:30 P. M.-OPEN HOUSE at Wesley Hall.
6:39 P. Ml.-WESLEYAN GUJILD DE~VOTIONAL MEETING.
Leader: Mr. Perry H-ayden. Subject. "Saliesmansip lIn Reig ion."
6:30 P. M.-Eveni .g Worsh jp. Rev. Mr. Westerman's Subject:
--"HiALLOWE RI O
Students:.Are especially invited to all of thie services.

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VOR. CATHEIRINE AND DIVISION STREETrs
HENRY LEWIS, RECTOR
CHARLES T. WEBB, Director Student Work
RACHEL JIAVILAND, Secretary for Student Wrk
SUNDAY, MARCH 16TH
Second Sunday in Lent
A A. ,Al.--Holy Communion.

10:30-- --Mr. Sayles will preach. Sub-
je'.'t: K"Je61s the lght."
Quart te- "L-ut Now Th-u-s Saith
the Lord - - - - Noble
Mrs. Konold, Miss Ross
Mr. Wilsoni and Mr. Barnes
12:00---Student School Hour.
Students meet in Guild H-ouse.

"T I S'TONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WET, COME"
HERBIERIT A. JUMP, Min0ster E. KNOX MITCHELL, University Pastor
LU'CYJIaB EILv Secretary for Women Students.
'the .ser1ies of book-sermons by Mr.. Jump will be continued with a
iisc : ssivon of Percy Marks' novel of campus life:
"THE PLASTIC AGE"
"IS '111: COLLEGE ('AIM PUS BE4({}lIN(G('LEAtNERVI
Prof. Railh Schorlinig, the new principal of the U.niversity High
School will s7)eak at rh Foum tn oon n

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No Compounds or Substitutes Used.~
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