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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY. FBUR

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DAILY OFFCA BULTIN
ublication in the Dulletin is constructive notice to all members of
he University. Copy received b tbc As,%Istant tc the IT. -~dart un~til
:301 p. mn. (11:30 a. m. Saturr"lrc.
Volume 4 5SATUR1DAY, F11RARfY 16, 19241 Nunmber 9S
,rare College Grades:
All the grade coupons have been mailed to the addresses written by
students themselves. Consequently no grades will be given out from
office directly. Arthur G. Hall,i Registrar.
Crary Faculty Mieeting:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of the Literary College Monday,
ruary 18, at 4:10 p. in., in the west lecture room of the Library. Two
cial orders for consideration, the renumbering of courses and the com-
id curriculum in Letters and Business Administration, have been mailed
lwe members of the faculty. Arthur G. Hall, Registrar.
ulty of the Colleges of Engineering and Areliiectiire:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these colleges on Monday,
ruary 18, at 4:15 p. m. in Room 411 West EngineeringBuilding.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
rmittee on Extra Hours:
Petitions for Extra Hours will not be received by the Committee after
close of this week. Petitions should be handed in either when making
tions or changes in elections. J. WV. Schioll, Chairman.
atlonal Lecture:
Supt. E. E. Lewis of the Flint Public Schools will give an address in
.e Hall Auditorium at 3 p. mn. Saturday, under the auspices of the Voca-
pal Department of the S. C. A. His topic is "Service Through Public
ool Leadership." All are invited. E. R. Isbell.
ht School Observation:
All students electing, High School Observation. courses are expected to
it at ten o'clock Saturday in the Auditorium of Newberry Hall (2n 1
r~. C. 0. Davis.
ra Concert Series:
Tho last concert in the Extra Concert Series will be given in Hill Aud-
ium Monday evening, February 18, by Mr. and Mrs. Josef Lhevinne,
ists, whien they will present the follo~ying program:
Sonata in II major (Mozart) Mr. and Mrs. Lhevinne, Lindenbaum (Sch-
rt-Liszt), Presto in 'E major (Mendelssohn), Nocturne in C major, Op.
Chopin)J, Polonaise in F sharp minor (Chopin) Mr. Lhevinne; Second
te for two pianos (Rachmaninoff) Mr. and Mrs. Lhevinne; Hungarian
sies Airs (Tausig) Mr. Lhevinne. Charles A. Sink, Sec'y.
ulty Concert:
The following program in the Faculty Concert Series will be given in
lAuditorium Sunday afternoon, February 17, at 4:15 o'clock to which
general public, with the exception of children under twelve years of age,
ordially invited:
Quartet, A minor, Opus °29 (Schubert) Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lockwood,
Marion Struble-Freeman, Miss Ora Larthard; Quintet, A major (Mozart)
Nicholas Falcone, and quartet; Trio, D minor, Opus 32 (Arensky) Mrs.
d Olkkelberg, Mr. Lockwood and Miau. Larthard.

UJniversity Head
May Be Canada's
Envoy To U. S.

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- ---- erone Bowling tournament for the
fraternities at the various Big Ten
I Y T r C Ischools Ihave not been received in
11 jL[ ON Ann Arbor as yet. Although this ev-
ent is pa st, the bowlers are urged to
-~ continue their p~ractice in keeping for
S ATURDAY 1 the Intercollegiate Bowling Associ-
112 :00-Xluiiiaie coitaiiei lunch, roomsI ation's tournament which will open
319-321, Union.I shortly. Michigan will be represent-I
2:00-Outing 6l0)i tobogg'ani arty, ed andl wants the best that the stu-
iHill and Olivia streets. dnt body can produce, in order toI
3:00d-Supt . f.. Lewis, of Flint, capture the title, if possible. Suit-
speaks at Lane hall. 'I able rewards will be given to those
4 :04-M4illtary ball committee meet-{ who represent the University in this
ing, room 306, Union. capacity.
6:34-Alpha Phi dinner, rooms 1319-
321, Union. 'In 'ann~P aiir
6:30-Beta Phi Delta dlinner, roomsitLUU NDJIIRIS M O B~~
323-325, Union.
7 :0-Upper Room Bible claiss, Lane, IS IC al
7 :00-Glradlate History club m~eeting, ___
room 306, Union. (Continued fromn Page Six)
7::3--craftsmen mieetfng at the Mas-
onictemle.year. as ackleford and Ash both
S :00-Ph1l Kappa dinner, roonif 318. graduated last June. Hitting streng-
320, Union. th is necessary to the Michigan nine
8:00-Basketball, Purdue vs. Bell-} if it is to cop the bunting in the Con-
igan, Yost field house. ference again this season, as the
SUNDAY I pitching staff will probably be weak-
9 :30--University Melt's Bible class,; er than the mound corps that brought
Upper room, Lane hall. the flag to Ann Arbor in 1923.
4 :00-Sigmna Delta('hi, roont 30ey, Un-' Shackleford, Ash and Uteritz formed
ion. a trio last yea'r that brought sorrow
4 :30---Soph. Prolei committee, room, to many. a pitcher, and the absence of
302, Union. these three stick artists leaves Fish-

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Si r Arthur Currie
Sir Arthur Currie, principal of Mc-
Gill university, Montreal, has been
asked by Canada to become the first
minister of the dominion to the United
States. Sir Arthur commanded the
Canadian expeditionary forces in the
World war.R
Union Changes Paris Office
A change in the offices of the Am-
erican University Union at Paris is
announced in their last bulletin. The
issue also gives a summary of the
work done by the London office.

I,~:00-Mleeting of Scalp anid Blade,
Iroom 304, Union.
I f:30-Congregvtloflal Students' supper
and social hour,,
36:00-Student supper, Harris hall.
Rev. E. T. Nutter, of Detroit, speak-
s er.

er in a tight place. However, he is in
hopes of uncovering a few diamonds in
he rough whom he can groom :to be
formidable hitters.
The coming week will find the pit-
chers cutting loose to a greater ex-
tent than Fisher has allowed them to
do so far. They have been working

JChimnes 'Wants Business Tryouts
J All second semester freshmen
Jor upperclassmen wishing to try
J out for the Chimes business staff
Jshould report from 2 to 5 o'clock,
Jtoday, at the Chimes office in the
JPress building.

I, ntraml ural ireMS ly ironing out the kinks that the
winter's inactivity developed in their
1 t "old soupers". Coach Fisher ex-
('Continued from Page Six) pects that nearly 100 candidates will
ation for the Intramural program. will be on hand for practice by the middle
Ibe made at the request of Dr. May, a of next week, when the Wolverines
IDirector of Waterman gymnasium. All! will start work in earnest for the coim-
men interested should see him at ing diamond season.
{once.
reslt It's trua efficiency to use Dail;
Finalreut in the Western Con-s Classi~eds.-Adv.

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41TARIAN CHURCH
te and Huron Street;
iEY S. ROBITNS, '.mnister
February 17th, 1924

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
All Services Iteld. In Lane Ital
Corner State and Washington Sts.

F. P. A RTH1R, Pastor

mn..--Church School.
7orning Service:
Inientallsm of 60 B.

C."

--Young People's Supper.
l-Professor J. I-. Hanford
'Tice Larger Bible"
e service opens with Mr. La-
's ten minutes organ period.
evening meeting closes in time
hie University Service.

SERVICE~S
Sunday:
Bible School, 9:30 A.. .
Christian Men's, Service Club,
9:30 A. M.
Preaching Service, 10: X0 A. M.
Students' Bible Class, 12 noon.
Young People's Service, 6:30 P.
M.
Midweek Prayer Service.
Wednesday, 7:30 P. M.
Dr. Iden will speak at 10:30 Sun-
day morning, February 17th.

I T. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
! CHURCH
(Mi'fssouri Synod)
Corner third fnd IWest huron. Sts.
CARL A RAUER, Pastor
I SERVICEq
9:30-Services in German.
S10:30-Students' B~ible Class.
I11 ; 30-Services in English. Sermon
I Subject: "Salvation by Grace,
Alone."
45:30-Student Social Hour
and 'Supper.
I6::30-Discussion, ".Astronomy,"
Hlerbert H. Schiefer, leader.
No evening Service.
a BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
-(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave.. near Packard
G. A. NEUMA11N, Pastor
Suda School at 9:00 a mn.

TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCH

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ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH

REV. L. F. GUI1DEIVIAN, Pastor

9:00 A. M.--l3ih~le Study H-our.
10:30 A. M.-Sermnon (German)
"lEyewftnesses of .Yeses' Majesty":
'5:30 P. M.-Social Hour and sup-i
per for students.
6:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Top-
ic, "The Virgin Birth of Jesus."!
7:30 P. M.-Sermon subject, "The
Richness of God'Ft Grace."

Fifth A-ye. and Wi]ilam St.

Washington St. ant i Ffth Ave.
E. C. STFLLI ORN, Pastor

9:30 A. M.-Sunday School
student class.

withI

10 :30 A. M.-"IConlnecting Links."

IRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
REV. EONARD A. HARRETT, D.D., Minister

LEWIS C. REDLANN, '16, See'y Men Students
MILS. NELLIE CADWELL, Seely women Students

30-Morning Worship, "THE ME~SSAGE OF THE BIBLE."
00-Student Classes led by Miss Mary Ross and Prof. W. D. Henderson.
30-Social Hour.
O0-C. E. Meetinig. Gerrit Fielstra, '26, leader. Topic, "The Race
Problem: Is There na Superiors"
COIL. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREET;

9:00-Sunday School and Bible
Classes.
10:00-English Services.
11:00-German Services.
FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
R. E1DWARD ; AXLES. Minister
HIOWARID IR. (IAPMATN
Mttiister of University Studenits'

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
REV., A. WV. STALKER, D~. D., Pastor
REV. IW. SCOTT WESTERMAN, Associate Pastor
MISS ELLEN WV. MOORE, Student Director
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship. Pastor's subject:
"CAN FOLK FOLLOW JESUS ?"
12:00 M.-FIVE BIBLE CLASSES at Wesley Hall. Leaders; Prof. Leroy
Waterman, Dr. Thos. MW.' Iden, Mr. G. D. Westerman, Dr. A. W.
Stalker, and Miss Ellen W. Moore.
5:30-6:30 P. M.--Open House at Wesley Hall.
6:30 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild Devotional Meeting. Mr. William McEwen,
Leader. Subject: "Why I Ain a Christian."
No evening service because of the University Service.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WELCOME"
HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister E. KNOX MITCHELL, 'University Pastor
L.UCY °H~LlER, S'ecretary for WiVomen Students

]JENKY LEWIS, RECTOR
CHARLES T. WEBB, Director Student Work
RACHEL HAVILAND, Secretary for Student Work

10: 30-Morning Worship. Sermon
by Mr.' Savles : " The Changing
12:00=-Church :Sund'ay School.
12:00-Students' Class at Guild
House I (Tnosite tihe Church).

If you want to
SAVE MONEY

A quite unusual interest has been manifested in the series of sermons
on Evolution and] Religion. It is hoped that they may soon be published

W~iEK OF F1EBRUIARY 1 7TH,-.1924

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