THE MTCHTGAN D a IL Y
.LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Daily Official Bulletin ap-
s on, page 2 this moruiug.
WHAT'S GOING ON
1 :00-J-1101)(onllN~ttee mieets In room
2 :30.5::30-Cathode student mixer in
Union assambly hall.
V :00-Graduate Pittsburg club mneets,l
room 302, Union.
7 :00-Upper Room Bible classi, Upper
room, Lane ball.
V :30-4Craftsmen meet in Masonic tem-I
pie. Degree work.I
8:00-tlinese Student club meets In
Lane hall auditorium.
is :f0O-1,voi Bakst speaks In 11111 andi-
84:00-Ulnitarian students' union, Raln-
bow party, in Church _parlors. z
8:00- Hockey, lchigaia vs. Notre
Dame, at Coliseum.
91:30 a. M.-Lniverslty Nen's Bible
class meets in Upper room.
12:00-Special Students' class In Uip.
per room. Mr. H. C. Coffmnan in
12 :00-Baptist Students' guild meeting
In Guild house.
4:1;,-Samuel P. Lockwood recital in;
Alumni Meniorial hall. The exhibit
is open daily from 1:30 to 5 o'clock. '
All organizations and fraternities
must have their, group pictures tak-
lea during the month of January.
All clashs,% campus societies, and or.i
ganizations must pay for th'-ir space
in the Michigan ensian before Jan.
Organization space is stiE available at
the Michiganonsian office. Contracts
should be signed at once for this
space by organizations which have
not already done ".
TROTZLY -RAJELY ILL
Moscow,. Jan. 11.--(By AP)-Re-
ports that .Leon -Trotzky's 1.114ess is
a put up -job, bruited. around., to con-
veal his political, defeat is false. The
war minister is absolutely broken
down. His doctors require further
investigations before diagnosing ex-
actly his disease, but a grave malady
'Trotzky is so, depressed mentally,
that' he is scarcely able now, to show
any interest even in the present pol-
itical battle. His malady has been
obtaining an increasing hold for near-
ly a year and his com'plete withdraw-
al from active politics for some time
He is proceeding to- the -Caucasus.
He desires to go abroad, but that is:
Step Outside Of
Party For Aides
party for some members,. Since the
portfolio of lord high chancellor is
one of the most important in the min-
istry, there is much speculation as to
whom he will choose. The strongest
possibilities appear to be Justice Sir
John Sankey, an important member of
the English bench, and Lord Haldane,
who occupied the post in the Asquith
cabinet. Both are Liberals.
DEBATE TEAM TRYOUTS
SET FOR THSMONN
Seifnls in the tryouts for posi-
tibons oen the, Mid-West- debating team
Iwill he held at 8 o'clock this morning
Iroom 302 Mason fail. The",contest,
at which time all of the, entrants will
give a five-minute speech on some
phase of the questi3:. under discus-
sion, will be a combined tryout of in-
dependents and the two, public speak-
ing societies, Alpha Nu and Adelphi.
The Mid-West, League debate will
be held' the third Friday in March
with the Universities of Illinois and
Paris, Jan. 11.-The chamber of de-
puties has voted 15,000,0000 francs for
relief of the flood sufferers.
Symphony TO Give
The University Symphony orchestra,
whose scheduled appearance in the
first part of the year and to be post-
poned on account of the illness of the.I
conductor, Samuel P. Lockwood, will
give its initial concert of the year at
14:15 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
Hill auditorium, when Mr. Lockwood,
who has resumed his work in the
School of Music, will conduct.
Two assisting artists' will also ap-
pear with the orchestra. . Miss Ora
ILarthard, 'cellist, who is a' new addi-
tion to the 'cello faculty of the School
will make her second appearance in
the' aftexrozY concerts, "while, Mrs.
Grace Johnson-Konold always popu-
lar with Ann Arbor audiences will
sing for 'tb~ first time this, seasons
The, concert is complimentary to the
general public with the exceptionr
small children who cannot be admit-
ted without a card from the School of
Constantinople, Jan. 11.-Rear Ad-.
miral Bristol announces that the Am-
erican hospital at Aintab and the mis-
sionary schools at Marzovan, Mardin
and Marash, recently closed at Turk-
ish orders, will be reopened.
Daily classified for real results.
( Justice Sir John Sankey
The English Labor parry is weak in
the house of commons and almost non-
existent in the house of lords and
Ramsay MacDonaldl is exp~ected to
have some difficulty in picking a strong
cabinet unless he goes outside of his
: l --Meeting of Friends (Quakers),
Upper room, Lane hall.
:30--Fair committee meets in read-
ing room, Union.
:00-Lutheran forum in Luther" chap=
:00-Baptist Students' guild social
half-hour and meeting.'
:00-Episcopal Students' super in
Harris hall. Sneaker, Professor
Hayden talks on the Orient.
:30-Presbyterian Student meeting
Honora Falconer, '24, in charge.
1nl exhibition of paintings bar Western
artists as well as by :Leon Bakst is
now hanging in the opper gallery of
Art Nehf, Giant pitcher, may sing
his baseball swan song the coming
summer 'itis safid. Nehf owns part of
a jewelry store in Washington, Int.,
and now is torn. between baseball. ond
gem business. He is getting old, too,
and says lhe finds it .hard to train.
An African explorer, recently die.s-
covered antelopes as small as "rabbits.1
Its 'trwa efflciency to use Daily
Classileds.-Adv. , . ,
Ever Isharpe Pencils
IN PRICE OF
A. EI)WARD SAYLES, Minister
JIOWARI) It. CRAI'MAN
Minister of -Uiversity Students"
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave.,. near Packard
0. A. NEUMAN1N, Pastor
Sunday. School at 9:00. a m.
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A number of trees to be re-
moved from the campus, will
be given free upon applica-
tion to Buildings and
Grounds Dept-Good for
fireplace logs. See Mr.
10: 30-Worship a-nd sermon. °"Re-
j<1- Jimnday School. -
6 0J - Y. P..U. in Church Par-
12: 00-Students- meet atGul
IHouse,, across the street, for
class -study. Mr-.Chapmnan,
5:30-0: 30-Friendship Hour at
Guild House. Mr. a-nd Mrs.
Chapman- will :"welcomae all
6: 30- Studenit' Devotional,- Service.
' Members who attended the
Student;- Vlunteer Con yen-
tion at ,.Indianapolis will
speak. Geraldine Hamilton,
24M, will have charge.
Dgo you really know what you be-
lieve? These churches can give
you valuable aid on this oldest of
9:00-Sunday School and-
Do you know what if IS?
Give If a Try-Out
Read the UPPER ROOM BU7L-
LETIN-furnished without cost
EVERY SATURDAY EVENING
from 7 to 8 o'clock, beginning-
aind closing promptly. A fine
ipirt and Fellowship-Special.
Nlusic-Try the Class Tonight.
You'll probably like it-Hun-'
-dreds of the College Men do.
Also Sunday Morning at 9:30
Closing at 10:16
Tuesday Evening at 7:15 the
theme w~ill be
g i .
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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
Corner ThIrd and West Huron Sts.
- -CAL ARAVER, Paster -
9:30--Services in German.
10: 30-=Bible Clas.-
11:30-ServIces In English. Sermon'
Subject: "Parental Care and
5: 0-stu-dent Social Hour. and
6:3 ,Q- -Lecture in the church on-
r "Mission: Work~ in Penal In-.
stitutions," by Dr. Krahnke,
r "Missionary of Detroit.
Ms',l~tiiiiIll 11111 i IIJli111111
r s bu
w oe n
d Fresh Eggs.,
es an Baked Goods
~IOCES 'IN THE CITY
'ge r e "
lucement to Try Our Bread
the Big Aluminum Kettle,
Jiven Away. Absolutely
what you pa elsewhere)
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State and Huron Streets-
SIDJNEY S. ROBINS, 1inister.
ChUC OF CHRIST
- LANE HALL.--
- ashington 'St: and Fifth Ave.
-E. C. STELIUtlON,' Pastor
9:45 A. MU-Church Schooal.
'"Is Tolerance Always a VirtueV1
11: 55- Professor Wood's Class ii
5:45 P. M.-Young People'sJ Sup-
6: 30-"iThe Ilok Peae Plan." Out
for University Service.
Mr. La, Rowe, has a special organ
program from -10 :30, to 10: 40, every
9:30-Bible School and Students
Class,' Prof. Lynn. Front, teacher:
10: 30- Morning ;Service. ;Mr. Dent-
son will speak on the Near East:
and Its Needs.
12:00-Men's Service Club, led by
Student Classes at Noon
In Lane Hall Reading Rooms,
Mr. Coff man, Leader
One danger, that. the church fPaces
today .is, that some, men are try-.
ing to take the little word !"NOT",
out of the commandments and to
put it into the creed.
is Is Our Regular Price)
Sat'sum a) ..: , -
9:00 A. W -Bible study hour.
10:30 A..M.-Serm on, "Seeing for
5:30 P. M.-Student Social Hour
6:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Sub-
ject, "Is, atLie Ever Justifiable?"
Rachel C. Stellhorn, leader.
7:30 P.' M.-Sermon, "The Fine
Point In the Science of God."
All services in the English lan-
Fifth Ave. and William St.
REV. L. F. GITNDERMIAN, Pastor
OAF OUR ENTIRE
9:30 A. M.-Sunday School with
10:30 A. M.-"The Lost Boy"
REV. A. WIl. STAT,10t.E.: D., rostor,
- 1 ;V. W. SCOTT 'WESTERMAN, Associate Pastor
MISS ELLEN" it': MOORE, Student.Director
10:30 A. M AMonhNgWosbi Pastor's subject:
-I-2:00 11.. --fi.BLE- CLASSES: for students in Wesley -Hall.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CH1URCH
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
2 0% OFF
IFFV. !EONARD A. BIARKRETT, D.D., Minister,
LEWIS, C. REINAN N, '16, Seelyy'den Students
MRS.. NELLIE CAPWELL, Seely women Students
4:'30=G':20 P. M-.=OPEN HO USE-rat Wesley Hall.
Supper served at 5:30 o'clock..- -;
6,30,p. M.- "At.te rossroadg.," Mr; J. K. Diunn's subject for
--an Guild Devotional Meeting.- ----
-No- evening service account of ;Uuiversity -Service.
10: 30-,Dr. Mabel Evelyn .Elliott, Medical Director of all Near. East
-Relief, will speak.
12:00-Classes foall11. Leaders;. Prof. Henderson, Miss Mary Ross, and
Dr. Thomas Aden.
5:30-Social Hour and Open House.
6:30-C. E. Meeting. Ellen Wandero, '22, Leader. "What Is4 Real Free=
' dont I"
iow that we have one of the.
)-date Bake. Shops in Ann
you ought to try our Pies,
)kil*es, Buns, Rolls and BUT-
K BREAD. We can make
Tou might want for your par-
and Sample Anything You
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"THE, STONE CHURCH WITH. TIME WARM. wVELCOM"'
1111 RtT A.JUM,, Minister E. K(NOX MITCHELL uiversity Pastor
LUCY HUBER, Secretary for Wojmen Students
- - COR. 'CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREET'
HEX RY LEWISO RECTOR
CHARLES T. W'EBB, Director Student Work.
RACHEL JIAVILANI), Secretary for Student Work
WEEK OF JANUARY 13TH, 1924
An'-Every-Man-at-Church Sunday, is expected to increase somewhat
+hn i, to-.)a r d-a.rA n4*ha en ,'d~stion at 10.451 .KM
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