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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Cuban President
Acts Quickly To
Halt Revolution

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ication in the Bulletin is constructive notico to all members of
University. Copy received by tbo Asf~aiui to the Pr i.:dertt until
p. m. (11:30: a. m. Satunraz."i
ime 4 SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1924 Dumber 134

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deoi IPromotions:
Byr action of the Regents, on recommendation of the Department ot
,ory. and the Dean of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, the
iliig promotions have been made, to take effect with the academic
"1924-25:'
In the Department of History, College of Literature, Science and the
s Associate Professor William A. Frayer has been'promoted to the rank
roessor.

40,600 Received Degees Here
Anzd25,166Failed To Graduate'
fFrom r the first years of the Uni- tal of 40,600 degrees has been conferr-
versity, up to and through 1921 a to- ed to 36,400 persons, it is revaled in
i the summary of the University cata-
logue, recently published. Of this
number 7,044, are known to be deceas-
UT ~ ed, leaving a total of 29,366 living
t + A aS 91 graduates of the University. Seniors
for 1922 and 1923 are not included in,
these figures.
All persons or societies using ti The names of 25,166 non-graduate
column should Include in their noticesI in all the schools and colleges arc al-
day, "hour, and place. All notices so included,' making a total of 61.566
without thisdata 1vill be disregarded. names recorded. From this total must
be deducted the 13,5.55 deceased grad-
fu ates and non-graduates, making a
SATURDJAY total of 48,211 addresses of graduates
2 :00-R)ound-Up) club dance, Union. anti non-graduates now upon the Uni-
2 :00Oitin club meets for hike, versity's list.
Congregational church. t Literary college leads in number of
2:30-ftanre at Union. ?'graduates, 13, 241 bachelor and 1,651
7:90-Grhduate History club meets, having been given. The Law school
room 302, Union. comes next with 10,334 degrees grant-
7:00-Upper Room Bible ealss meets ed, followed by the Medical school
in Lane fall. with 4,859 and the Engineering col-
7:30-Hard times party, Cangrega - lege with 4,563 degrees.
church. 1Forvty-n-ine napgeof the ca~talogue

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re Dppartinent, Dr.. Arthur S. Aiton has been promoted to the
;ant Professor. 1. L. Burton.

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llwents' Meetip for April and May:
The Apil meeting of the' Regents will be hield on the evening of April
23 anid thie morning of April 24.
The May mneeting of the Regents will be held on the: evening of May 28
and the mo~.rning of May 29. Paul Buckley. Assist. Sec'y'.,
Coi lmonlatlons forRegents' Meetings of April and May:
Commiunlications for the April meting of the Regents should be in the
hands of the President Wednesday, April 16.
C otimunications for the May meeting of th Regents should be in the.
hands ,ofthtle President Wednesday, May 21. F. E. Bobbins.
[iuir~rit ' Lecture:.
Profestsor C. V. L. Charlier of" the Univeristy of Lund, Sweden, wil give
ig inal~& lecture on "Statistics and Natural Philosophy" this afternoon at
4:15 o'clock in West Lecture Room, Physics Building. All members of the
University anid others interested are cordially invited to attend this lecture.
Plea notice the change of dlate of this lecture which was first announc-
ed t hegivn on Monday, March 31. James IV. Glover.
Inspee~o-A of East Engineer ing Building:
' The4'O will. beana inspection of the .new East + ngineering Building 'st
4 :T n ho' fternoon of 'March 31st by the faculty of the Colleges of l ngin-
eerinj° kn-d Atchitctiire to which members of other faculties are invited.
the1I gri*ps will start from the main lobby. Louis A. Hopkins, Sec'y.
I sball ude sections of the class to see the seismograiphsj at the observat-
ory Sattirdi.y at 1 and 1:15 o'clock. 'Meeting place at :east entrance of Nat-
ur-i Scie' uilding 'William H. Hobbs.
!iTeWomen's 'Research Club will meet on Monday, March 31st, at 7 :1
P. i..ln Room. Z 242, Natural Science Bldg. Mr:,. .. 11. Ehlers will speakf; on
"The Lewis 'and Clark Expedition;", limaaL. Wislow, Secretary.
The next concert in this Series will be g ;ven in dill Auditorinrm. Sunday,
March 30, at 4:15 P.AT, The University G.irls' 01cce Club, M~aude C. ieyn.,
Director,- Norm~and Lockwood, Pianist, and a Quartet com~osed1 of Albert.
Lokod,.~l piano, Samxuel P. Lockwood, violin, Marian Struble-Freemlan,I
viola, Ora. Larthard, violoncello, will gibe the following program., to which
th-tubli with the exception of children under twelve years, of gge), is in-
vited: M~y Native Land (Gretchaninow) ; La Boteuse (Arr. 1,y Taylor);'
yoga oat 'ong "Arr. by Tuthill); Wake thee, Now, _Dearest f{Arr. by Tay-
1tr) Gle0e Clb:' Sonata,'F minor; Prelude, F sharp major; Etude, G minor;
Prelu~de; .F mnor i; Valse-PreAkd, G major; Etude, R Minor (Norm~and L~ock-
*oooW Norm~and Lockwood: Chinese Mother Gloose Rhymne5 (Grist). Lady1
Bug, Paby is'Sleeping, What-the Old Cowv Said; Will o' the W isp (Spross) , I
0,e~lb7Pia" Quartet. C minor, Op). 13 (Strauss), by the Quartet,:.. r.Cale .SikScey.
'I he Daily "Classified" Column s

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President Zayas of Cubit
Warned by publication in a New
York newspaper of plans to over-I
throw his government, President
Zayas of Cuba is making feverish pre-
parations to defeat a. junta aimed at
him by General Carlos Garcia-,Velez,
dean of the Cuban diplomatic corps
and son of the., General.; of "the
message to Garcia" fame, and
was-secret until a reporter revealed
Colonel Manuel Despaigne, for-
the plans of the conspirator's meeting
in New York.
Polo, Hade Qffila~l Sport '
Norman, Okla., March 2$.--Polo has
been granted full recognition by the
athletic council of the University. of
Oklahoma as an official sport.
Austin, Tex, March 28.--Memnbers
of the student assembly voted to start
a campaign. among the university stu-
dents to raise funds for European re-
lief work.

' SUNDAY
0:30-Uiniversity Meni'i Bible class
meets at Lane hall.
10:3- P~re-Easter sermon, Presby.
Iterlan church.
11:00--Bayonno club nieets in room
302, Union.
12 :00-Students' Bible classes, Pres-
-byterdaiichurch.
19 :0 0-Stujdents' Bible classes, Wesley
!hall.
2 :34-~Philippine-Mchilgan club mneets
at Lane hall.
3 :30.5 : 3Q-Social hiour, Presbyterianj
Cchurch.
4:30-Open house, Wesley hall.
(1:30"Tl'te .o4el According to. If. (G.
Wl1eifs,"~ by Prof. P. W.' Slossoni, Un-I
itarian parlors.
:30 -tIu Istlimm i~ ndes vor, Sarah 11.E
Slocum" leaderlresbyterian church
f :30---Wesleyan Guilld devotional
meeting, Wesley hall.
7 :30-="Thie Hour V~ass," it rellig*ious
play, Presbyterian church.
7 :1 -,i ewiS hStudenit comgregation
ineets at Lane hall.

,are~ devoted to lists of Regents and
Presidents and members of the facul-
ty. War service is indicated by a pro-
per symbol, a dagger for Civil war and
double dagger for the European wvar
with some indication of the character
of service and rank held.
Of the 36,400 persons who have re-
ceived degrees frithn'the University,
398 are mned Smith: there are about
half as many .Browns, Clarks and
Jonos ereBon oee,'is the favorite name, there being 20
graduates of that name, while George's
nearest competitor is Charles Smith
with fourteen entries. "Bill" Brown
comes next, then John Brown andi
" Bill" Smith. while George and John
Smith have nine. each. 'eOf the women
Mary Smith anid Mary Brown are tied
with. six each..
IProf. George E. Myers, of the voca-
tional education department. spent
Wednesday and Thursday in Kalam-
azoo at the request of' the board of
education of that city studying the
need for a vocational school there.

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UMTARIAN ChURCH
State and Huron Street%
ID~~NEY S. ROBINS, Mbiister

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March 30, 1924
9:45 A. Ml.
Church School

10:30
Morning Service'
'GIs Mfloopby the Enemy of Re-
ligion l1"
Is t dangerous to think too uch?
5: 45 P. Al.
Students' Supper,
Prio±essot P. W. Slosson onl
"TeM Gospel According to 11r. ii.
G. Wells"
A 'cordi~l 'welcomie to all visitors.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
All Bead-ices Held fin Lane hail
Corner State and Washington Sts.
SER VICES
Sunday:
Bible School, 9:30 kAf.M
Christian Men's Service Club,
9:30 A. M.
Preaching Service, 10:30-A. Al.
Students' Bible Class, 12 noon..
Young People's Service, 6:3q P.
M.
Rewt. 11. R. Chapmn- Student Pas-
tor of th-e Baptist Church will
speak at the 10 :30 Service Sunday
Mronin g.

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Coriner Third and West Huron ks.
CARL ,A BRAUE R, Pastor
SERVICES
9:30-Services in German.
10: 30-iStudents, Bible Class.
11:30-Services in English. Sermon
Subject : "Jesus Christ-the
Saylor"
5:30-Stuident Social Hour and
S' .pter. ,
S: 30--Discussion led by Miss Lydia
Graiziger. Subject: "Why
Pay?~"
7: 30 iSpecial Ser'vice. Subject:
"Jewus or Barabbasr,
Wednesday Evening,' 7:30=-Lenten
Service in German, " Tirst"
BETHLEHEM
EVXANGE~LICAL CHURCH".
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
401 Ave.. near Packard
G. A. NE.UMAN , Pastor

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Washington $t. and Fifth Are.
E. C. STELL1iOB!N Pastor

ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH

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3:30, A. M.-Sunday School, with
Studenut Classes.
130 A.M-"MangVritKg"

9:00-Bible Study Hour.,
9:00 A. M.-Bible Study Hour.
10:30 A. M.-Sermon, "Jesus' King.
dom Not of This World."
5:30 P. M.-Social Hour and Sup-
per for Students.
6:30 P. M.--Student. Foruim; Top-
1c, "('an Religion Be Taught
Through thne Arts1" George Dub-
pernall, leader.
7:30 P. M.-Passion Sermon,
'dPeter's Part in Jesus' Passion,"
All' services in the English lang-

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FIRST PRESBYTERI.AN CHURCH
RED'V. IE0, ARD A. BARRETT, D.D)., Miinister
LEWIS C. ItEIlMANN 16, See'y Men Students
M1180 NELLIE CAI)WEL9, Seely Women Students
10:30--;Morning Worship. FIRST OF SERIES OF PRE-EASTIER SElt
lbO\S. y1
12:00-Classes led by Miss MaryRoss and Prof. W. D. Henderson.
5:30--Socal Hour for All.
6:30----C. E. Meeting. "is Slit Obsolete?" led by Sarah 11. Slocum, '25.
7:30-"The Hoerr Glass," a religious play, will be presented in the
t church' auditorium by the Presbyterian Pl'ayers. TIhe :public. is
_ i~ited to this unusually sucteessful play by William Butler Yeats
which is direct ed bly Robtert B. Henderson, '26, and Hlortense iHoad,
24~. No admission will be charged.

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(oi. ,I. State anid F. Wasliingtoll StS.

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9:00-Sunday School2
Classes.
10:00J-English Services.
11: 00-6German Services.

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and Bible

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1 EV. ARITHUR W. STALKER, D.D., Minister
REV. W. SCOTT WEST.ER.MAN, Associate Minister
MI1SS ELLEN W. MlOORE, Student Director
10::;0 A. NI.-Morning Worship. Pastor's Subject:
IILE IL 'rN-1 '"S VICTORY"M
12:00 d.--Bible C'lasses at Wesloy Hall.
5:30 P. M.---Open House at Wesley Hall.
6:30 P. AT.--W"esleyan Cuild Devotional Meeting. Miss Elizabeth Carson,
Leader. 'Subject: "Riding a nHiobb~y:"
7,:31 -P. M--Eveping Worship. Rev. M~r, Westerman's subject: 1Name.
- hessSasaitaries."
f CONGREGATIONAL. CHURCH.
'THE STONE CHURCH: WITH THlE WARM WELCOME"
RIERJUERT A. JUMP, Minister E4 KNOX MITCHELL, University Pastor
LUCY HUBEX. Secretary for Women Students
Mr. Jum' p will preach the thir~d in his series of Book Sermons in
Optimism, taking up J. Locke's n'ovel, "The Lengthened Shadow." How
About Religion in the World? at 10:45 A. M.
John Francis Glynn, the "prison poet." a co-wrker with Thrnm'nc

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HENRY IEW'IS, RECTOR
'CHARLES %. WEBB, Director Student Work
RACHEL HAYIL.AND, Secretary for Student W')rk
SUNDAY, MARCH 30, 1924
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
9:30 A. M.-Discussion Group for Men. Subject, ",Some of the Mlaor
Problems Raised by. Modern industrialisat." Leader, Mr. Ernest
F. Lloyd.

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Life." Mlr. Sayles. (Thiri n Pre-
Easter series on the ."I Amn's" of
Jesus.)
12:00--Sunday SchoolHor.
Stuldents maeet in Guild House.
Mr. Chapmnan, leader.
6:00--B. *Y. P. U. meets at the
church.
5 :30-Students' Friendship Hour

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