THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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. in. (11:30 a.in. Saturdays
lume 5 SATURDIAY, OCTOBER 18, 1924 Number 23
The Monday Section of the Freshmen Lectures on Campus Organization
will all meet at the regular hour of 7:00 p. in., in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
or its first discussion.
The Tuesday Section will have its third lecture in the same place at the
isual hour. Students from any Section who have missed Lecture III are
equired to make it up at this time.
The Wednesday Section will meet for its first discussion in the same
place at the usual hour.
The Thursday Section of Upperclass Women's Lectures on Campus Organ-
zation will hold its first discussion at the same place at the usual hour. All
flue books are to be turned in at this time and arrangements made fa
Certain Sections will be divided for discussion work but this will be done
vhen Section meets and both divisions will meet in some room of the Gym-
iasium Building at the same hour. Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
'niversity Library Sunday Opening:
The main reading and periodical rooms only are open on Sunday. The
lours are 2 to 9 p. m. Books shelved in other parts of the Library Building
lay be put on reference in the main reading room for Sunday use on ap-
lication Saturday evening at the desk from which they may-ordinarily be
This does not apply to books shelved in buildings other than the Library.
Most books in the Departmental Libraries may be drawn for home use over
unday during the last hour the Departmental Library is open on Saturday.
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian.
I will not hold Office Hours at the Health Service, Saturday Oct. 18th.
Margaret Bell, 1&. D.
ibliography of Publications:
Requests have been sent out to members off the faculties for the years
922-24 for the biennial reports on scholarly publications by members of
he faculties. Prompt and careful attention to these requests is urged. Extra
lanks may be had on application to the office of the Graduate School. The
eriod covered is that from July 1, 1922, to June 30, 1924. These dates have
o be taken literally. It should be noted that on the forms sent out the dates:
ere erroneously given. A. H. Lloyd.
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There will be a demonstration of all Infantry Arms, at the National Guard
ange Saturday, Oct. 18, at 9:00 a. in. All R. 0. T. C. students and their
lends are invited to attend. W. C. Louisell.
There will oe no meeting tonight, Saturday, October 18, 1924. Next meet-
'g will be October 25, 1924. Further notice will be given.
Arthur ]R Turner, President.
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Notices to appear in this cobirnn mus1t
he left in the box at the Daily ofice
provided for that purpose iILore 4
1 oclock preceeding the day of issue.
9 -R 4. '1'. C. demonstration at
National Guard range.
3:00-1limnois-Michigan results shown
on gridgraph in Hill auditorium.
4:00-Presbyterian beef steak like.
Meet at church.
12:00-Speclil discussion classes at
3:00-Hindustan club meets li Lane
4:00-Open house at Wesley hall.
5:30-Congo supper and fireside chat
at Congregational church.
5:30-Social hour at Presbyterian
6:30-Wesleyan guild meets at Metli-
8:00-Congregational motion picture
Senior pictures are on sale at the
'Ensian office from 2 to 5 every aft-
ernoon until Thanksgiving.
Others will recognize,
your ability to dress
lvhen you Don..,
thar~ express the.,
of the., Be t'ailors
producing Custom (lothes.
ALL campus organizatiomis, fraternilics,
soroitiesa ' societies ust haver
their contracts for organization
space in the Michiganensian office
by Nov. 1.
Minneapolis, Oct. 17.--Flags of all
Big Ten schools will fly from the poles!
in Memorial stadium as part of the1
homecoming decorations at the Mich-v
igan game, Nov. 1.0
This announcement comes from a' vill (tite with the, committee on
rE [RnInaar IO Pjoint conimittee of the Union and Stu- rangernents at the Green Tree
dents Christian association, following Monday night, following wh'ich he
hitherto fruitless efforts to bring Mr. address an open meeting at Lane b
Nicholson here. There will be no charge for adi
.____.Mr. Nicholson is a graduate of 'Earl-- sion-
S. amcollege, Indiana, and is a mem-
. E. Nicholson, associate secretary ber of the Society of Friends. He has
of the national couicil for the pre- spent the past year as head of a ea
vention of war, will speak at eight Quaker Relief mission in Russia. He Read theW art
o'clock Monday night in Lane hall.
At the Sign of
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The Golden Oaks Inn
Breakfast, 7 to 10
Lunch, II to 1 :30
Private Dining Room
Dinner, 5 to 8
417 East Huron
Afternoon or Evening Parties
Sunday Dinner, $1.25
Corner of Forest and South University.
12 O'clock to
Fried Chicken, Southern Style
Marshmallow Sweet Potatoes
2 O'clock to
To your family-your friends---
want your photograph!
Pineapple Cheese Salad
lce Cream with Bittersweet
7:30 P. M.
Black Walnut Cake
Cress & Thompson
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Albany, New York, Oct. 17.-Be-s
fore proh iiio there were 25,000,000 to keep or to S n home
are about 3,000,000 who get 10 as a prized gift
Weeler, general counsel of the Anti A s n
Saloon league, said in an address to- Aso
school workers of the state. CO U BARECORDS
Mr. Wheeler, one of several speak-
ers at a law enforcement rally, bit- uIII
terly attacked Governor Smith for A ll e drs Shop i
having signed the bill repealing the Phone 1692 30 Mayad
stalte prohibition enforcement act. mmynar'
"Law enforcement is unsatisfactory
In many places like New York and ,OclF
other wet 'spots," hE said. "Not even
the 10 commandments or the traffic
regulations are completely enforced
but red-blooded Americans will neverI
surrender to law breakers. The. 'drys' I'
are not satisfied with present condi-i__ _ _
tions; the 'wets' are less satisfied."i....
e~unba Obutch ;.ctvivce~o
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
New Church Cor. Rill and Tappan.
J. ALLEN CANBY, (Acting Pastor)
Sunday, Oct. 19, 1924.
9:30 A. M.-Bible School.
10:30 A. M.-Morning worship. Ad-
dress by' Prof. Louis A. Hop-
6:30 A. M.-Young People's pro-
7:30 A. M.-No evening service on
account of international con-
Fifth Ave. and William St.
Rev. L. F. GUNDERMAN, Minister.
9:30 A. M.-Bible School.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
Third and West Huron Streets
CARL A. BRAUER, Pastor'
9:30 A. M.-Sermon, German..
10:30 A. M.-Students' Bible Class.
11:30 A. M.-Sermon, English. Sub-
ject, "Two Great Questlo7's."
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Students' supper
and social hour. Perry Hay-
den will speak.
Washlngton St., and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Bible Study hour.
10:30 A. M.--Service with sermon.
Sermon subjects: Funda-
mental Superlatives." Mat
5:30 to 7:30 A. M.-Student For-
um. The unannounced topic
will .be presented by Rev. C.
P. Harry, University Secretary
of the U. L. C. Dr. Harry al-
ways brings a worthwhile
10:30 A. M.-The service. Sermon,
"The World's Greatest Need."
5:30-7:30 A. M.-Student Fellow-
ship hour and Forum meeting
at the Parish hall, 309 East
Washington St. Rev. C P.
Harry, University Secretary
of the United Lutheran church,
will be the speaker.'
No evening service.
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A special fellowship in the social'
service curriculum here has been
awarded to Miss Ida Haskins, a grad-
uate of Oberlin college. Miss Has-
kins will do advanced work in the so-
cial service and public health curri-
cula this year. The awarding of the
fellowship, which amounts to $500, is
in the hands of a committee from the
Graduate school and sociology depart-
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"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WELCOME."
HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister.
E. KNOX MITCHELL, University iPastor.
LUCY HUBER, Secretary for Women Students.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19
10: 45-Service of Worship. Chorus Choir directed by Palmer Christian.
The second sermon in the series to the open minded: "The Dead
Hand of Orthodoxy."
5:30-Student Supper and Fireside Chat. Joint meeting with the Pres-
byterian Young People's Society. "Is Denominationa~ism Chris-
8:00-Motion Picture Service. The famous play, "Grumpy," with
Theodore Roberts, May McAvoy, Conrad Nagel.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron at Division
REV. MERLE H. ANDERSON, D. D. Minister.
LEWIS C. REIMANN '16, Secly Men Students
MRS. NELLIE B. CAL WELL, Sec'y Women Students.,
9:30-Intermediate Sunday School.
10:30-Morning worship, "A erage Christianity Inadequate."
Freshman: "The Anhood of the Master," led by Homer H.
Freshmen Women: f"Jesus In Modern Problems," Grace Williams,
Upper Class: "How Jesus Met Life Que tions," H. Y. McClusky.
:30-Social Hour for all.
:15-We go in a body to join with the Congregational people in the
discussion on "Church Union."
In all our experience, no suit has ever
met with quite the whole hearted favor
that the Cornell has received. From the
day this Society Brand model was offered
to the well dressed man; it was accepted
-everywhere. It's a loose cut, easy,
tailored-looking that almost everybody
likes. This Fall the new Cornell is again
A rich assortment as low as $40 and up
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister.
OCTOBER 12, 1924
9:45 A. M.-Sunday School.
10:30-Morning Service, "The Witness of Experience." What the Fath-
erhood of God means in terms of practical and scientific experi-
ence. The third sermon in a series on the first article of the
historic creed. Music by men's quartet. Organ period, Phillip
5:45 P. M.-Students' Candlelight Supper.
6:30-Students' Union discussion led by Professor John F. Shepard:
"Has Evolution Settled Everything?" The Principle of Ver-
acity inI Religion."
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street, Between State and Division
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister.
HOWARD , . CHAPMAN, Minister for Students.
10:30-Worship and Sermon. Mr. Sayles will preach on "Christianity,
12:00-Church Bible School. Dr. Bunting in charge.
12:00--Dr. Leroy Waterman's class for '25's, '26's and Graduates; and
Mr. Chapman's class for '27's and '28's.
Both classes meet in Guild House.
6:30-B. Y. P. U. in Church Parlors.
5:30 to 6:30-Students Friendship Hour. Social time and refreshments.
At Guild House.
6:30-Students Devotional Meeting. Topic: "The Rightful Claims of the
Church Upon Students." Alexander Campbell, leader. These
meetings are for exchange of ideas and frank expression of
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Corner S. State and E. Washington St.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D. D., Minister.
REV. W. SCOTT WESTERMAN, Associate Minister
Rev. Donald Timnerman Ellen W. Moore
Directors of Student Activities
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CORNER CATHERINE and DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, Rector.
RACHEL HAVILAND, Secretary for Student Work.
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