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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OqTOBER 4, 1924

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m.(11:30 a. m. Saturday)
Volume a SATUI{I)AY, OCTOBER 4, 1924 lumber 11.
Action of Administrative Board:
By action of the Administrative Board of the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts, Mr. Charles H. Betts, '25, has been suspended for one semester
on the ground of dishonesty in the final examination in Zoology 3a.
IV. I. IHumpreys.
Members of the Faculty of the College of Literature Science and the Arts
Please fill out blanks for faculty direcory at once and leave in messenger
boxes or Dean Humnphreys' office. IV. R. lHupreys.
To All Members of the Faculty :
This is to announce that the Dictaphone Station located at 102 Mason IHall
is maintained to render stenographic and typing service to all members of
the faculty for work of a strictly University nature. There is no charge for
such service. Ethel Whitchurch, Head of the Dictaphone Station.
Freshman Women:
Every Freshman woman who has not attended my first lecture is required
to be present at the third section on Tuesday evening, October seventh, at
seven o'cock, in Barbour Gymnasium. Please be prepared to take notes.
Jeani Hamilton, 1ea of WIeiL
House Presidents:
Presidents of all houses that have not signing out slips must come to the
office of the Dean of Women and obtain them at once.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Medical Faculty:
The next regular Faculty Meeting will be held Monday, October 6th, at
8 p. im., Faculty Room, Medical Building. Carl 'VV. Eberbach, X.1.
Students who wish to secure from The Department of Rhetoric and Jour-
nalism recommendations to teach Rhetoric and English Coiposition, or who
expect to apply for a Teacher's Certificate in Rhetoric should consult with
me Monday or Tuesday, October 6 or 7. Office hours; 2-5, Room 322S Lit.
Bldg. It. W. Cowden.
University of Mihg'an Band:
Formation this afternoon at 1:15 to play for the Miami game. Full dress
uniform with capes. Arthur It. Smith.
Players Club:
First meeting of the club Tuesday 3-5 p. m. This is an all campus organiza-
tion and membership is open to freshman as well as others.
Tryouts for play casts will be held also at this time. Plays to be used for
this particularly are: "How he Lied to Her Husband"....... Shaw, "A Night
at an Inn" ........Dunsany, "The Hero of Santa Maria." Tryouts may use
other plays than these if they wish.
It is urged that the executive committee be present at this time.
Ross L. Taylor, President.
Pil Lambda Upsilon:
The first meeting of the year will be held Monday evening Oct. 611, at 7:00
p. m., room 303 Chemistry Bldg. It is important that all members be present
as plans for the years activities will be discussed.
Egbert K. Blacon, President
University Women:
All University women who expect to attend out-of-town games must regis-
ter in the office of the Dean of Wome~n and pay a fee to defray expenses for
chaperons. No ticket for a special train will be sold to a woman student
without a card from the office of the D an of Women.
Any woman expecting to stay over night for the M. A. C. game must
have her application in by Monday, October sixth. Application to remain over
night at any of the remaining out-of-town games must be made in the office
of the Dean of Women a week in advance.
Jean HIamilton, Deani of Women.
Faculty Meeting, Colege of Literature, Science and thle Arts:
The first Faculty meeting of the year will be held in the Lecture Room
of the Library at 4:10 p. m. Monday, October 6th. Annual elections.
John It. Effinger.

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2: :0-Mlihigan- lianai ifootbaCl ganic-, -L LM !~vr
Ferry field. Letters are being sent out by the
7 :O0-Sezubbard anid Blad~e inleet lug, Alumni association to all the mnem-
room 302, Union. bers of the board of governors of all
X :0O-('raiixlsen club motets iii cold N a- . Alumni clubs in the different cities,
scnic teml)e.i it was announced yesterday by T.
5:3-Unitnran st~deits' parfty ill Fawley Tapping, '11L, field secretary.
church parlors. More than 500 letters in all will be
m aailed to the different officials.
SITNDAY I rThe purpose of these letters is to
5:4 5--Caundleliglit supper for studentsI stir up spirit in the clubs as well as
in Unitarian church parlors, to suggest practices which could
0:130-7 :30-"'Scciety that Glees things" readily be followed by these officers
meets at Presbyterian church. in running the local clubs. Mr. Tap-
0:30--Fireside meeting in Unitarian' ping oug ests ,,)lams dor ettering',
church. the operation of the clubs, for extend-
8 :(i---3loViuig piEcture service at ('on_ ing their functions on broader lines.l
gregational church. for aidlin g the club finances by use of
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THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
(Disciples)
New Church C'or. 113ll and Tappan.
.1. ALLJEN('ANBY, (Acting Pastor)
Sunday, Oct. 5.
9:30 A. M.-Bible School; Junior,
Intermediate, Adult.
10:30 A. M.-Bible Schoo ; Primary,
Beginers.
10:30 A. M.- iMorning worship.
Sermon, "Giving God a Square
Deal."
12:00 M.-Bible School, Senior.
6:30 P. M.-Young People's So-
ciety.
7:30 P. M.-Evening Service. Ad-
dress, "Secret of the Bible's
Influence." (Second message.)
"Come thou with us and we will
do thee good."-Bible.

TRINITY ENGLISH
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Fifth Av e. and Wihliam S01.
11EV. L. F. (xUN DEi MAN, Minister.
L~. F. GI?NIRANA, Pastor
10: :30 A. M. - Worship. Subject,
"The Sound of God's Voice."
Rally Day in ,the Bible School
and Communion service in the
Church.
5 :30-7:30 P. M.-Student Fellow-
ship hour and Forum meeting
in the Parish H-all, 309 LEast
Washington Street.
Lutheran Student Office, Lane H~all.

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Iluron r Streets
('ARL A. BRAVER, Pastor
9 :00 A. M.-Preparatory service,
German.
9:30 A. M.-Sermon and Holy
Communion.,0-erman. Sermon
subject, "Jesus, the True Comn-
forte r."
10:45 A. M.-Students' Bible Class.
11:30 A. M.-No service.
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Student Supper
and discussion. Mr. Martin
Cook, leader.
7:00 P. M --Preparatory service,
English.
j 7:30 P. M.-Sermon and Holy
Coimunion, English~. Sermon
subject, "Remember That You
Must Die."

ZION L1UTHERAN
CH~URCH
F. 5 C. STELIAI10ilN, Pastor
'1:00 A;; M.-flihle Study Hlour.
10 :30 A. M.--Sermon by the pas-
tor. Subject, "Thre Insuffi-
cienty of 14 Tunian Comnpas-
sion." Luke 7:11-17.
The mnusical part of the ser-~
vice will he given under the
direction of Gerhard Binhain-
1Iii e .
5:30 to 7:30 P. M.--Student For-
urn?. Ater the suipper, "Somve
Etb ic-al Tea)chings of Christ''
will be discussed. Rachel
Stelihorn, leader.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHU RCH
"THE STONE CHURCH .WITHI THE WARM WELCOME."
LUCY HUBlER, Secretary for Women Students.
HERBERT A. JUMP, 3inister.
E. KNOX MI1TCHELL, University pbastor.
9 :30 A. M.-Student Classes.
10:45 A. M.-Service of Worship. Sermon by Mr. Jump on "The Inner
Companionship," followed by the Lord's Supper.
12:15 P. M.-Half Hour Forum, "The Race Problem." discussed by Miss
Margarete Beard of Montgomery, Ala. Industrial School.
5 :3 0 P. M.--Student Supper and Fireside. Chat. "The Japanese Exclu-
sion Act-Is It Just?"
8:00 P. M.-Motion Picture Service. Booth Tarkington's Prize Novel,
''Alice Adams."~

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Hluron at Dii son
REV. M1ERLE HI. ANMWRS{IN, T', 1). Ministeor.
LEWIS C. REI3IANN 'I6, Sec"y -lin Stuident~
MRS. NELLIE B1. CAILDWE1L, S te'y Womnen Stud(ents.

10:45 A. M.-Morning Worship.. Sacramwent cof the Lord's
Sermon, "The Lamb of God."

Supper.

12:00 M.-Young People's Department of Bible School. Classes for
Freshman men, Freshman women and upperclass men and women.
5 :30 P. M.-Social Hour.
6:30 P. M.-Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor'.

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huroni Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, 311ihter.
October 5, 1924
9:45 A. M.-Sunday School.
10:30 A. M.-Morning service. "The Spirit of Religious Inquiry." "Were
you born religious, did you achieve religion, or have you had
religion thrust upon you?" The service opens with a. quiet organ
period and there will be music by a men's quartette.
5:45 P. M.-Fellowship Supper at nominal or cost charge, served by the
Students' Union. Visitors welcome.
6 :30 P. M.-Dr. Preston Slosson, Ruthanna Anderson and others speak
on "Youth in the Mid-West." Madam de 'Staci's definition of hap-
piness was: "To be young, to be in love, to be in Italy.". Climax of
anti-climax? Over the Alps lies Italy.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
IL. EDWARD) SAY:LE S, Minister.
HOWARD R. CHAXPM1AN,)INInmister for St udecnts.
10:30-Morning Worship and Serman. "Jesus' Loneliness." Mr. Sayles.
12 :00-Church Bible School. Big Fall Rally. Special Program.
12:00-Student Bible Classes will join the Rally at the Church.
6 :30-B. Y. P. U. in Church Parlors.
5:30-6:30-Student Friendship Hour at Guild Ilouse, 503 East Huron.
6:30-Students Devotional Meeting. Perry E layden, '25, will speak of
his experience the past sumnmer amion, European students. Mr.
H-ayden is president of the S. C. A.

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
C orner S. State :md F. XI .sflwx.tmn 'a
lRV. ART1HUR WI. ST'.1 R, I). 1)., 'II iist 1r.

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