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MTE MICIGAN DAILY

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DAILYOFIILBLEN
Publication in the Btulletin is constructiv~e notice to all memnbers of
the University. Copy received by tv Asistant tc the F-#sCOJ't until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdalj
Toiumie 4 SATURDAY, JANUARY t,, 19224 7N uiner 73
Fre.Dental Students:
All pre-dental students who have not had their program chfecked and-
marked 0. K. at -the office of the Dean, College of Dental Surgery, should
do so before the beginning of the second semester.
Marcus L. Ward, Dean..
Freshman ]Elections:
All literary freshmen wiho did not hand in 'their second semester election
sheets at the Registrar's office before vacation are directed to do so at once.
Arthur' G. Hall, Registrar..
Theo Solils Prize In Natural Science:
Notice is here given that all applications or nominations for the Solis
Prize for research in Natural Science .(including Medicine) should be made
at the office of the Graduate School, where detailed information ats to con-
ditions and procedure can be had, not later than March .1, 1914.
Alfred IL, Lloyd.
University Library Sunday Service:
The Main Reading Room and the Periodical Room only are open onSun-
day from 2 to 9 p. in. Books desired for Sunday: use, will be reserved in
the Main Reading Room Saturday evteiiulgj for use on Sund ay upon a per-
sonal request pesented at the desk Where sucht books are usually drawn.
Win. W. Bishop, Librarlin.

missions. Prompt attention to this matter wil be necessary in order that
commirissions be received in June.
n.T. Carpenter.
crftsmen:
There will be no meeting of The Crattsmxen tonight.,
IL C. Coutts, President.

WAT'S GOING ON
SATURDAY
1:00-1Englneerig faculty will meet
AV. E. Wickenden at a dinner in
room 318-20 Union.
6 :00-Alpha Epsilon Mu dinner, rooms't
319-321, union.
7:00-Students' Bible class in Upper1
room, Lane hall.
SUNDAY
11 :0I"-Hop: conimift-0e meets at
Spedding's studio to have picture
taken.
# :30--rev. S. S. Robins speaks on "A
Prime Miister's Letters to a Col-'
lege Student."
U.NOTI 's
All organizations and fraternities
inut have their' group pictures tak-

en during the month of January.
All clas* , .zanpus societles, and oar-
ganizations must pay for their space#
In the Michiganenslan before Jan.
fOrghnization spae is still, ava!lable at
the 1Michlganenslan office. ContractsI
should be signed at once for this
space by organizations which have
not already done so.
GE~ORGE L.,PATTEE,
Organization Wmnager.

Scanlan Plays At
Whitney Tonight
Walter Scanlan, the famous. inter-
preter of Irish romantic roles, will
appear in "The Blarney Stone" at 8:50
o'clock at the Whitney theater. The
scenes are set in one of the most
picturesque portions of the Emerald
Isle and Manager George M. Gatts has
taken fullest advantage of the scenic
beauties of the locality in furnishing
the pictorial portion of the entertain-
ment. Mr. Scanlan will be heared in a
number of melodies of his own com-
potion during the performance.
Wts true efflielicy to use Daily
Classifieds.--Adv.

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ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION, PROGRAM
"Experiences With Kids"
BY

Judge Ben Lindsey

M1OND~AY NIGHT

HILL AUDITORIUM

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Political Science 159, World Politics:
Make-up tests on the following books will be held
at 5 p. m. in room .101 Economics Building:
George Young, "The Machinery of Diplomacy,"
L. S. Woolf, "Economic Imperialism:",

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OFFICE SUPPLIES

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pity Symiphony Orchestra;
Enext regular rehearsal will take place' in; ill Auditorium Sunday.
g, January 6, as usual. A full attendance is °desired.
S. P. Lockwood, D~irector.

A HANDY CALENDAR and an EXCELSIOR DIARY
will keep you happy all; the year through
OFFIQE SUPPLIES IN GENERAL

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All men who will finish the R. 0. T. C.
at the main office of the R. 0. T. C. in

advanced courses 'in Jrune will
* ;the fold Highway 'Laboratory
to sign applications, fourom-

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FIRST BAPTISt
CHURCH
'R. EDWVARD~ SAYLES,, Mlnister
JIOWARD R. UIIAJMATN
IfInister of University Stadents

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BE'THLEEIM
EVANGELICAL. CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave., near :Packard
G. A. NEUMANN, Pastor

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

at 9:00 a in.
School °and Bible

10':30--Worship and Sermon, "The
Secret of a Transfigured
Life."
12:00-Sunday School.
: 00-13. Y. P. U. at Church.
12: 00-Stuidents meet at Guild1
House. Mr. Sayles_*will speakc
today.
5:30-Friendship Hour at Guil
House. All students, invited.
4:30-Guild Devotional; Service-
"The Student Lif of Somae
Great American." 1i. H.
Cramer, leader.
UNITARIAN CUC
State ia Huron Streets
SDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister

Services.
Services.

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PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHUJRCH
(Missouri Synod)'

while in Ann Arbor.

Corner Third and West Huron Sts.
CARL A: BRAVJER, Pastor
SERV.ICES
9:30-Services in German.
10:30-B3ible Class.
11:30-Services in English. Sermon
Subject: "The Wisdom of
the Wise Men."
5:30--Student Social Hour and
Supper.
6:30--Students' Discussion.
No Evening Service.,

Bacon Loins
(Fancy Pig Bacon) . .2,.
45c Coffee35
lb. " s .".".".e.".".f . a.f* "* * * . *
10 lb. Pail Honey $10
(50 Gallons Just In).
53c Fresh Eggs
(Guaranteed Strictly Fresh). T
40c Extracts 33c
Vanilla or Lemon .......
PK Florida. Oranges ' 9
(100 Boxes.Just In)..... .

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DISCIPLES

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ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Washington 'St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor

Prof. James 111. Breasted
~'rof. James H. Breasted, noted 'Am-
erican egyptologist and a member of
the University of Chicago faculty, left
recently for Egypt to view the opening .
of the sarcophagus of King. Tut. He
will also lecture at the University of
Paris.
SUNDAY DINNR

Temporry Home
LANE HALL
F. P.. ARTHUR, Pastor

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Sunday, January 6.

6:45 A. M.-Church School.
10: 30-Morning Service. 4Thue
Constitutional Movement.
11:55-Professor Wood's :Class.
5:45 P. M.-Young People's Sup-
per.
6:,30-"A Prime Minister's Letters
4to a College Student."

9:30--Bible School.
10 :.30-=Mrning _service. Sermon
Topic: "First Things First."
12:00-Men's Service Club, led by
Dr. Stouffer.
6: 30-Christian Endeavor.
Student Classes at Noon
In, Lane Hall Reading Rooms
Mr.. Coff man, Leader

"This child (Jesus) is set for the
fall and rising again of many in
Israel; and for a sign ;which
shall be spoken aganst."-Si-
mieon.
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10:330 A.M.-(Germnan) Sermon Sub-
ject, "Men Who Caine to Wor-
sip the Child."
5:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Fol-
lowing the supper reports will
be given of the Regional. Luther-
an :Student Conference.
:.30 P. M.-Sermon Subject, "The
Man Who Sought to Destroy the
(bdld."

Fifth Ave. and Wlllam Sit.

REV. L. F. GLJNDERiMAN,

Pastor

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Soup
Cream of Tomato

9:30 A. M.--Sunday School with
student class.
10:30 A. M.-"O0ur Guiding Stars."

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Celery

Roast Young Chicken with
Dressing,,.
T-Bone Steak
Hubbard Squash
Creamed Potatoes

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Fruit Salad

Dessert
Home Made Apple or Mince Pie
Brick Ice Cream

REV. W. SCOTT WESTERNAW Associate Pastor
MISS -ELLEN WV. MOORE, Student Director
10:30 A.M. -Morninlg Worship., Pastor's Subject:
ORINO THE NEW"
12:00 M.--FIVE BIBLE CLASSES at Wesley Hall.
4:30-6:30'-P. M.-OPEN HOUSE at~ Wesley Hall.
Supper served at 5:30 'o'clock.
}6:30]P. M.-rWESLEYAN GUILD, DEVOTIONAL, MEETING.
Reports by,'delegates from Student Volunteer Convention at Indian-
apolis.
7:30; P. -M.-WMESLEYAN. GUILD LECTURE. Rev. 'Stephen K. Mahon,
Speaker. Subject,."An Old Road to a" New Morality."
.A special invitation. is extended to students.

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REV. J.EONARl) A. BARRETT, D.D, Minister
LEW1IS C. RE LMANN , '169 Sec'y Wien Students
MRS. NELLIE- CADWELL, Sec'y Women Students

' Tea

Coffee

Milk

12 to 2P. M.

Price $1.00

10:30-Rev. It. C. Iiufstader will present the work of the Near East Relief.
12:00-Three classes led by Dr. Iden, Miss Ross, and Prof. Henderson.
x:30--Social Hour and Open IHouse.
6:30-C. L. Meeting-Delegates to Student Volunteer Convention will
speak. Special music.
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First meeting of the New Year
SATURDAY EVENING, AT 7
O'CLOCK, Upper Room, Lane
Hall.
Solo by Russell Hussey

"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WELCOME"
HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister E. KNOX MITCHELL, University Pastor
LUCY HUBER, Secretary for Women Students
Palmer Chzristian, the new musical director of the church and
organist, will .begin his. services at the 10:45 worship.

COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, RECTOR
CHARLES T. WEBB, Director Student Work
RACHEL HIATILAND, Secretary four Student Work
Sunday, January 6th
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.

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