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THE MICHIGAN3 DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Asi~tant to the President until
3:30. p, m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).'

Voluime 4

FRII)AY, APIL 19, 1924

Numiber 1451

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Hiouse Presidents:
Signing out slips: for March wh'ich have not: yet been turned in must be
brought to the office of the Dean of Women by Friday, April 11th, without
fail ..Jean Hlamilton, Dean of Women.
Faculty, College of Literaiture, Scien ce, and the Arts:
The attention of instructors is called to the mid-semester cards which
have been distributed through the messenger service. Instructors are re-
quested to report PROMPTLY every student whose work has been unsatis-
factory up to and including the mid-semester examination. It should be
noted that these reports are not on the mid-semester examinations alone.
Additional cards may be had on application at my office; or they will be
sent if telephoned for. W. R. Humphreys, Asst. Dean.
Freshunen Health Lecturer:
The Freshmen Health Lectures will be repeated in the Natural Science
Auditorium immediately after Spring Vacation as indicated by the dates ie-
low.. These are part of the Freshmen requirements of all men students now
in the University.
Lecture No. 1-Tuesday, April 22nd. 4 and 7 o'clock.
Lecture No. 2-Wednesday, April -23rd. 4 and 7 o'clock.
Lecture 'No. 3 -Thursday, April 24th. 4 and 7 o'clock.
Lecture No. 4-Monday, April 28,'11. 4 and 7 o'clock.
lecture No. 5-Tuesday,' April 29th. 4 and 7 o'clock.
Lecture No. 6--Wednesday, April 30th: 4 and 7 o'clock.
Warren E. Forsythe,
English -3e, English 8:
I will not be able to meet my classes in Chaucer and Beowulf on Friday,
April 11. S. Moore.
Resereel Club:
Thy Memorial meeting of the Research Club will be held on Wednesday,
April 23d, at 8 P. M. in the Histological Laboratory. Papers on Kant and
Pascal will be given by Professors R. M. Wenley, A. H. Lloyd, and J. W.
Bradshaw.
Members of the Junior -Research Club and Sigma X1 are invited to attend
this meeting as tile guests of the Club. 71. If. Hildebradndt, Sec'y.

Of SheikCHEMISTRY PROFESSORS HILDEBRAND TO PREIDE
Is Increased By 1I
ExileOf Suta f WILLEA9TENO MEETING' 9T CHICAGO CONFERENCE:
Several professors in the chemistryV Prof. T. . Il ildebrandt of the en-
department plan to attend the spring gineering college, a vicerpresident of
meeting of the American Chemical the American Mathenwtical society,
society which is to be held in Wash-i will act as presiding officer at the
ington D. C. April 21-26. Men who organization's convention which willj
exetto attend are Professors A. L.I be held April 18 and 19, at Chicago.'
PrCt iof,.egsn .GmerF .Brel Alexander Ziwet and Prof. W.
I FrguonM. ombrgF. . BrtelB. Ford, both, of the mathematics de-
R. K. McAlpine, 1-I. 11. Williard, and$ partment have also announced their
S . L. Bigelow. intention of lbeing present at the con-
:sI Professor Ferguson will read two 1xention.
papers at the convention, one on the The main b)usiness of the society
s"Transfer of Resistance" at the phy- will be the hearing of mathematical
sical1 chemistry division and one on ;research papers which will be present-I
"High School Courses in Chemistry" ed by professors who have been en-
at the educational division. During gagedl in research work during the
=.,..:the latter part of the week Professors past year. None of the three Michri-
Ferguson and McAlpine will attend? gan representative's, however, plans,
the American Electro-Chemicrl soc- to present such a. paper.
iety meeting at Philadelphia where
the former will read a paper on "Me- Urbana, Ill., April 10.-Illinois Un-
thiods for Measuring Decomposition, ion's policy next year will be that Of'
and Over-voltage." equality for b)oth fraternity and non-;
fraternity men," declared WV. R.
!Columbus, 0., April 10.-Seven men Brown, president-elect of the Union,
and one worm, seniors in the law in explaining allegations that he ran
3hustfpha Fos! Effendi college at Ohio State university, were as a "fraternity party" candidate.
Irecently elected to the Order of the ---- -
e Sultan of Turkey, muof tps Coif. "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
nd an exile, has lost mc fthe
tual control he exerted over the quickly.-Adv.
ut Moslems who looked upon him 5155 Roundtirip SCOTLAND
he successor to the great proph- x155 Roundtrip ENGLANDI-
,nahomet. The Ulema and its $190 Rounndtrip FRANCE SLEEP ANtYWYHERtE, BUT
the Sheik of Islam, remains, $20)6 Roundtrlp GERMANY; f EAT AT REX'S
ver, and the sheik now stands out 36 day tour England, France $330 THlE CLUB LUNCH
ie spiritual leader of Islam. His E. KUEBLER 712: Arbor Street
r has been increased by the po1- Steamshp Agt. Ph. 13841 Near State and Packard Streets
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once suggest the great possibilities
for successful costuming. The
motifs offered to the ingenious are as
varied as nature itself, it being pos-
sible to symbolize a leaf, an orange,
3r even a bunch of grapes."I
The committee in charge is plan-<
ring to make the party this year one
of the most beautiful affairs which
has ever been held uinder the auts-
pices of the architectural students.'

MARBRUCK TEA SHOP
632 Forest Ave.

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The Writer's Club:
There will be no further meetings of the Writer's Club until the first
Thursday after the Spring recess. '1. Muriel Parsons, Chairman.
. .. Architects Plan
W HA T'S GO ING N Annual May Part
-- --- --- Representatives of the various
All persons or societies using this schools of modern art are suiggestee
column should, include In their notices$ as possible costumes to wear at the
day, hour, .and place. All not-ices; annual Architects' May party, to ba
without this data will be disregarded. held May 16, under the auspices of
classes of the architectural college,
FRIDAY; according to an announcement madle
I12:O00-Law facuity luncheon, Un- following a recent meeting of the
*committee in charge. It was decided
that the party this year will take the
l :9Q-N1omiday prayers, Harris 111. l form of a costume affair, NN~th only
I~l':0- Boys' Week cominittee lunch. j thee, in costume to be admitted.
eon., room 323, Union. Thei committee compiled a list of
4:3' -- Fveublg service and address, ; suggestions for proper costumes
Ha~rris bal which while being easily procured,
- - are at the same time distinctive and
Elntries -are now open for the All- attractive. "The impressionistic, the
campus singles and doubles horseshoe' cubistic, the futuristic, and the sev-
tournanlents, cal other branches of modern art at

Open During the Holidays

Luncheon 12:00-2:00

Afternoon Tea 3:30-5:30

Dinner 6:00-7:00
Phone 2641 -R

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Bauron Streets
S~ : S :.Y Y5,RO13iNS, Mniter
9:45 A. M1.
Church School
10:30 A. M.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
All Services Held I n Lane flal
C orner State and Washingt on Sts.

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCHL
(Missouari Synod) -
Cormer Third mid West Huron Sts.
CAll1 ,A lIR . t(E II1, Pastor:
SFjRV I .'i
Si.Nl)AY---_Ai1,111L 13
9:3 3)A. vl.--S'un--Gerian.
10:30 A. M.---Blible (]ass.
11 :30) A. M.--Sermon,-- -.lrngisb.
5:30-7: 30-Students' Gathering.
7 :3 :1). IM.---Lenten Sermon.
1VAUNDY TH-URSDAY
7: 30 P. IV.-Sernion----erman.

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TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCH

'ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
IWasliington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STLLUOIN, Pastor

Prunes, Santa
Clara
Why pay 25c?
Pure M1pc
InL.Lotsf 3.
This is a wonderful piace
Ial of goods. Some like it
better than butter. Only
Jumbo Salted Peanuts"
Per L. Lots..
Going to be HI'gher.
This is a Fancy reen Tea.

Flith Ave. anld William St..

RET. 'L. Y. UNDERMAN, Pastorj

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SERf.VICE:,

Sundayv

.Morning Service
"The Difference Between
kand Christianity".

Bible0 School, 9:20 q. 1'
Christian Men's Service

C'lub,

JudaismI

(A question which comes only from
the Modernist point of view)

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7:30 P. M.

Students willt' be welcomed at the
minister's House, "110 N. State St.
- -. A reading.
"Religion free, frank, friendly."

9:30 A. M.
Preaching Service, 10:20 A. Al.
Students' Bible Class, 12 noon.
Young People's Service, 6:30) P.
M.
R2ev. J. A. Canby will speak at
the 10:30 service Sunday morning.

1:30
7:30J

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GOOD) FRIDAY
M.-Sermon-En ;lisle.
M .--Sermon--Germ an.

10: 30 A. M .-Confirimation Service,
"Following Mhist."
6:00 P~. M.-Roeunion of Confirma-
tion Classes..
7:30 P. M.--Rev. L. M. Wallich
will deliver the sermon, subject,
"-llinv in One."
Holy Week Services next week,
Tuesday to Friday at 7: 30 P. M.

9:00-Bib ' le Study Hour.
10:30 A. M.-Sermon Subject, "Tihe
ItoyalEntry."
7:30 P. M.-Lenten Sermon, "Pi.
lale's Part In Jesus' Passion."
GOOD FRID)AY SERVICES
1 :30 P. M.-Sermon, "N'umblered
with '-Transgressor;."
7:30 P. M.-Holy Communion and.
Sermon. Subject "The Part of
Two H~onorable Men In Jesus'
Passion."
All of these services given in
English.

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IFIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

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

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REV. JEON RD A. BARRETT, D.lD., Minister
LEW'IS C. REDIANN, 10, Seely Men Students
MR-S. NELLIE CADWELL, Seely Women Students

9:00-Sunday School and
.Classes.
10: 00-English Services.
11:00-German Services.

Bible,

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
C-or. S. State and E. Washington Sts.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D., Minister
1REV. WV. SCOTT WESTERMAN, Associate Minister
MISS ELLEN WV. MOORE, Student Director
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship. Pastor's Subject:
"A NEW KIND OF KING"
j12 :00 M.-No Bible Classes during vacation for students.
6:30 P. Ii.--No Wesleyan Guild Devotional Meeting during the vaca-
tion.

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-men and women who will be here duirng Spring
Vacation will find a warm welcome at this church.

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FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. C]LAPMAN
Minister of Univ-ersit'y Students
SUNDAY, APRIL 13
i01:'30-Sermon, "1 Any the o l
S heplierd." Mr. Sayl es.
12: 00-The Church Sunday School
for. all.
6: 00-The 13. Y. P. U. will meet in
church parlors.
MORNING MUSIC-
Trumpet. Solo-"The Palms, Faure.

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7X #7Pierre's Best
3 Lb. Lots $1.00
This is for
Saturday and Mondayv
Bring ina this part of ad,
in order to buy it
at this price.

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7:; 30 P. M.--Religious dramatization: "T1he" Rich Young Man," by the
High School Group under the direction of Mrs. Peter F. Stair.

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
IIEliBEiIT A.,.JUMPt1. Minister E. KNOX MITCHELL, University Pastor
LUCY H.UBERt, Secretary for Women Students
"THlE STONE CHURCH WITH THlE WARM WELCOME"

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--COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS

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- '- HENRY LEWIS, RECTOR
- : - *CHARL S 'T. WEBB, Director Student Work
RACHEL HAYILAND, Secretary for Student Work

A Palm Sunday Sermon will be preched by Mr. Jump at 10:45 A. M.
The students in town will meet at the church at 2:45 P. M. to
go to the Hospital, South Division, to give a musical program.
An informal student social hour with a self-service supper in

Eggs andnuerCn
Be ought Cheaper

8:00 A: M.--lyCommunion.

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