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AlLY OFFI CIAL BULLETIN
ication in the Bulletin is constructive notico tq all ne'nbers of
University. Copy received by t*b* As0.%tn-t( the '?'° (erlt ur~til
) p, m. (11:34 a. w. Saturrlair-
ume 4 SATITRI),AY, -MARtC1 22, -1321 Nut in. rI2-4
'mentary Reports:
ie time for removing Incompletes andl Absences gromn 'Fin-ation, A.3
s reporting the resulting grade, has now terminated, exce9pt in cases
icit extension of time granted by the Admninistrative Board, in the tit-
College. All unremoved and unreportedl mark:; of these sorts have
jpeed into E grades. A rthlur {flfall, Registrar.
ans andi4 Heads of Departments: p
Taction of the Board of Regents, at their meeting held Februmary 28,
and D~epartment Heads may secure copies of the new Alumni Cata-
by mns of requisitions charged against their budget 'accounts.
ll. L. Sensemnan, Editor.
nics 37a:"
;signment for Monday, Problems 73, 76, 78, 84 and 87; WVednesday,
ed Business Finance", Chapter 18. To be read during the week:
s "Bank Credit", pages 160 to 234 and 260 to 294. R. L. Mason.
ape Design 2 and 2a.
amners of these classes who were absent from the lecture Thursday
ease take notice that there will be a written examination held on
y, March 25, at the regular hour. 11. 0. Whittemnore.
Y- Concert:
e following program in the Faculty Concert Series will be given Sun-
ernoon at 4:15 by the Stanley Chorus, Mrs. William Wheeler, direct-
i1. Stockwell, pianist and Helen M. Snyder, flutist: 1
e Wounided Birch (Gietchaninow), Along the Willows (Foudrain),
y Chorus; Sonata in G for Flute and Piano (Handel) Helen M. Sny-
d1 Nell B. Stockwell; Afterglow (Debussy), Berceuse (Gretchaninow),
al (Foudrain), Stanley Chorus; Nocturne, Op. 27 (Chopin), Preludes,
3and 23 (Chopin), Polonaise, Op 36, No. 2 (Chojlin).
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.

Kept Quiet About
Charges He HeardAais"C ef
Agist"hif: FUTURE,
"Sunday I wi
" ~ion people, and
through the medi
f :":: was the statemten
~$4 Pellitler, advertisi
/ Rickenbacker car.
.. * ay night in Natu
F Wim under the auk
.. ta Sigmia, nation,
. r, "There is a gre
:A ting, bc oe
and the great pur(
:": ; dy,..he said. "
room for°-everyboi
' remember, back w
.was an advertishn
rested, or almost{
alone there will b
ars spent on aut

HS BIG AUGST-31 DATEFOR
CIAYC CD[A!D1 ITI7'III IMAY rnii

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ill talk to ten mai-I
this will be¢ done (!
Jur of advertising,"j
nt of Mr. E. LeRoy!
ng manager for thel
-s, who spoke Thurs-
ural Science auditor-
cplces of Alpha Del-'
gal advertising soc-
eat future In adve r-,
f great .produxction,
-chasing power of to-
rhis means there 1s.
dy to go In. I can
when a man said he
ig man he was ar-
that. But this year
be sixty million dollg
tomobile advertisingi
!ness like that can-
March 21.--St. Pat-,
ebrated by the Irish
ith a campus parade.
21.-Bertrand Rus-
3sopher and mathe-1
it Cornell in May. I

UIIILL11%JIIIILIflhII UnlIVII
August 1-31 has been set as. the
date for the Citizen's Mlilitary~Train-
ing camp of the Sixth Corps Area,
which includes the states of Michigan,
Illinois, and Wisconsin. It will be
situated at Camp Custer. Military
drill' and instruction will not be the
'only activities, for each afternoon of
the thirty days will be devoted to
physical training in track work, base-
ball,: wrestling, swimming, boxing, and
tennis. Ample recreation facilities
will also be afforded for evenings.
Attention is called to the fact that
transportation, board, uniforms, and
medical attention will be. furnished
'by the government. The, complete
course of training embraces a period
of four years, but no military obliga-
tion attaches to enrollment unless the
entire four years are completed. Ap-
plicants must be between the ages of
1'7 and 24.
Anyone desiring to attend may ap-
ply to Major William T. Carpenter at
R. 0. T. C. headquarters, or to Cap-
tain I. C. Holm, U. S. A., Armory
building.

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THREE CASH STORES
Main Store, 118 E. Liberty St.
Branch "6"721 E. Huron St.
branch" 421 Miller~ Ave.
(Compare Prices Elsewhere)
,Car of Sugar Just in

Gerald 0. 1loldbridge
Gerald 0. fioldbridge, former a gent
in the Department of Justice, told
the committee investigating Attorney
General Harry Daugherty that he
couldn't summon enough boldness to
go to Daugherty and Williams J.
Burns, chief of the secret service, and
tell them that he had discovered they
were. implicated in a conspiracy alleg-
ed to have hen formed by a friend of;
Daugherty and ,Buyrns to Condon thej

alone, and a busi
not be ignored."
Notre Dame, 1W
rick's day was ceb
at Notre Dame wit
Ithaca, March
sell, English phiki
matician, will visit

PURE CANE!'

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It's true ep ciency to use
Classtfieds.--Add,

DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG- RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT'

Daily

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,ersons or societies using t ils
shiould include in their notices
ar, and place. All notices
this data wivll be disregard ed,
SATURDAY-
ltig club meets for "Flap-;
Hike," Congregbational church
'enlor lit mixer, Lunlon.
unlor Girls' play, Whitney th'
pper Room I1hie clans, meets,
~ball.
rtsuien meet at 1Masonic tem.~
ulnor (lIA's' play3, Wltn.~y the.-

12 :00-Open foruin. - Eugene Brack
speaks on "Aims of Trade Union-
im"Congregational 'church.-
. :30-Social bor, Presbyterian,
Schurch.
14 :30=-Students' fireside chat on 111s-
lam and IBuddhism," Congregational
church.+
5, :4-Stuteiits' supper, Uniitariani
church.
6 :30-Professor St rauiss speAksOil
"The Gosnel According to -Drown-f
ing," 'Unitarian church.
0 ;30-( irjst ian Endeavor, Presbyter-
ian church.
7 :1i~-Jewishi Students' congregation
rheet%, Lane hall auditorium.
7 :30-L.,aurette Taylor in "Peg O' My,
Triart," Congregational church. j
ARGE 0MHINE MUSEUM!
New York, ]March 21.-Williami K..
Vanderbilt is doing- something the mil-
lionraire considers as important as
making moneyl- He .is developing on
his -estate at Little 1Neclk, near New-

transportation and showing of illegal j ........".,...-............ .. ;. ........ ...............
fight films. -
port, L.. I., the largesz privately-owned
marine museum in the world.
'1 h musum wll ave ssemledIT HAS COME! That new portable
ini yrx ueapiecolc.typewriter ! We'll have it unpacked in
lion of over 400 specimens of seal:.tm tVhwyu ntmrowsDiy
life, the result of. 20 years of gathi'4. Watch for the large announcement !
cring. Mr. Vanderbilt began having
specimens mounted in 1905, and on1 ' V
nearly every fishing trip since then hieA C. ST M O
has added to his collection.I Typewriters Sulpplies Repairing .
Phone 340308 S. State St.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything t
quickly.-Adv. ,I
Patronize Dailiy Advertisers.-Adv. ................:.............------*---,__

Buy What You Need
1m'mLbs. SUGAR95
BUTTER
Fresh . .0
IES21FRESH..C
And, other goods T 9
Buy as many deafs as
YouWeisI1.

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CHUJRCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
All Services Hfeld in Lane Bril
Corner State and 1iaslibngtou 'ts.

Maerch 23, 1924
-9:45 A.M.
Church School

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1,0:30
MVoring Service
'Why Say It Ii Po~iry?".
5; 45 P. M~.
Students' Supper
6 :30
Professor Strauss:
Fit Gospel According to
Browning."
dial- welcome 'to all visitors.

SERVICE-3
Sunday:
Bible School, 9:30 A...
Christian M :en's Servie
9:30 A. 'M.

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHEfRAN
CHURCH,---
(Missouri Synod) -
Corner Third anid West Huron Sts.
CARL A BRIJER, Pastor
SERVICES
9:30-Services In German.
101:30-Student's' Bible Class.
11:30-Services in English. Sermon
Subject: "The Apostaey."
5:3C,-- Student Social Hour and
S<<pper.
6: 30--Discussion led by Miss Ida''
M. H~ipck. Subject: "Heaveni
sand ,Hell."
7:30-Special: Service. Subject:
"Judas and, Peter.".
Wednesday, Evening, 7:30-L enten,
Service in German, ."The Fourth
WVord' from the Crass:'
BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH-
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
44h Ave.. near Packard
G~. A. NE LMANN, Pastor

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REV. L.' F. OUNDERMAN, Pastor

TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
;Fifth Ave, and Willfim St.

9:30 A. M.-Sunday School with
Student Classes.

9:00 A. NI.-Bible Study Hour.
10:30 A. M.-=Sermon, "The Contest
Between the Savior and .Satan."
5:30. P. IVY:--Student Supper and
social hour.
6:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Rich-
ard W. Lenski , will. speak on

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j ZION' LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
IE. C. STELLMORN, Pastor

ONEOFTHE
Best'Utter
We have evew handled
and the Price Iwithin

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Preaching Service,,10:30 A. M.
Students' Bible Class, 12 noon.
Young .People's °Service,..6>:0 P..
M.
Mr. E. C. Nicholson of the Michi-
gan State W1elfare Department will
speak at the morning service.

10:30 A. 1 -f6.1t the
Stop, _Look, Listen."

Crossroads:,

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Wednesday
7:30 P. M.-Lenten Service:
Seventh Commiandlment -
esty."

7:30 P. M.-Lenten Service. Ser-
'mon subject: "John's Part in Jes-
ufs Passion."

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Hon-

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All services; in the English
guage.

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New

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TRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
REV. JXONARD A. R]ETT, D.D., M1inister
TAWVIS C. REIAN, '18, Sec'y Men Students
MRS. ' ELLIE CADWELL, Sec'y Women Students
k4DMoining Worship, "THlE SOUL THAT SELLS ITSE:LF."
D-Classes for all. Led by' Prof. fit. D. Henderson and Miss Mary

Sunday School at 9:00 a M.
9: 00---Sunday School and.
Classes.
10:0)0-English Services.
11: 00-German Services.

B~ible

tl Hour. All Welcomed.

!hristian endeavor. 'In charge .of the Extension Department.

COR O ATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
-HENRY LEWIS, RECTOR
CHIARLES T. WEBB, Director Student W'ork
RACHEJL JHAVILAND, Secretary for. Student Work
SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1924
A. M.-Hldy Communion.
A. M.---Discussion Group for men, at Harris Hll. Subject: "Some
of the Major Problems Raised by Modern. Industrialism." Leader,

FIRST BAP'TIST
CHURCH
it. T)WiARD S 1XLES, Minister
OAR I. PANMinister of Universify Students
10:.30--Mr. Sayles begins a series
of Pre-feaster sermons on thle "I
Ams" of Jesus. Sunday Njor.ning
subject: "I All TiE Vf .
12:00-Bible School. The Students
meet at Cuild H-ouse,
6:00-The B. Y. P. 1. meets in the

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Cor. S. State and E. Washington Sts:
REV. ARTHUIR W. STALKER, ID.I)., Minister
- RE V. WV. SCOTT WESTERMAN, Associate Minister
MIISS ELLEN W11. MOORE, Student Director
10 :30 A. M~.-Morning Worship. Pastors Subject:
"LIFE-ITS PR-AYER"
12:00 M.-Six Bible Classes -for Students at Wesley Hall.
5:30 P. MV.-Open H.-ouse at Wesley Hlall. Supper served as usual.
U0 -' P. M.-Wesleyan Guild Devotional Meeting. Mr. Norman Strong,
7:30 I'.l4 =-Wcsleyan; Guild. Lecture. Mr. Grove Pattersot;, ditor, To-
le do BTlade, Toledo, Ohio,.-Speaker. Subject: "Getot; Oil,."
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
"THEC STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WELCOME"
JI F aE(: r A. JUMP, M.inister' E. KN1OX MITCHELL, University Pastor
LUCY HIBEI Secretary for 'Women Students
Are the Church and the Representatives of Religion Gaining or Los-
ing in Influence, Upon the People? This topic will be discussed by Mr.
~Jump at 10:45 A. M. in 'connection with May Sinclair's novel,' "A Cure of
Souls.,,
'CTlE AIMS OF ORGANIZED LABOR"
will be set -forth at the Forum, 12 noon, by Eugene Brock of Detroit, a

B~"READ, CAKES, PIES
and ROLLS

over our

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Everybody i.s so enthusedI

TASTES LIKE MOTIEWS
HOME COOKING

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Just think what you Save
when, you trade at Pierce's.
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