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TI IE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1'24

Cold Timers Meet Now Members As Congress Opens

Presbyterian church. -
5:30i-,4'udent supper at ,CoigregfI) Z TIME'S FLYING-
6:15- Eugene Brock 'wiill speak at( ORDER NOW!
Congregational fnresideechat.
1 6:30-WVestminister circle meets. at
1 6:30-Prof. 0. J. Campbell speaks at Chiristmas Pebtra hrh Greeting Carbis
Unitarian church. ~rxn NEW. SAMPLE BOOKS AT YOUR SERVICE -
7 :130---Iop comnmitteeintatroM,
302, Union..
8 :fX0-MAotion ipieture service at COn 'V 1 i=
gregational church, "A Front Page BOOKJ STORE
1Geneva, Dec. 5.-Turkey has con- ":
s vention for compulsory exchange of1,
IGrecian-Turkish populations to the i Don't Borrow-Su srbe T d y
world court for interpretation. !S b~ ie T d y
New York, Dec. 5.-The 'Pacific lin.-
er Ebro carried a consignment of '
5,000 cross word puzzles when she
sailed for South American ports yes-

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'Old. timers. are, exchanging greetings and newcomers getting, acqu ainted as the closing session of the
68th congress gets under way. Here is one group of notables and newcomers snapped, in a get-together ses-
sion.. At .the left is William M. Butler, Republican campaign leader in the fall elections and recently named
senator from Massachusetts to succeed the late Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge. Next to him is Sen. Jim Watson of
Indiana, new assistant Republican floor leader 'of the senate shaking hands with Sen. Charles Curtis of Kansas,
who .succeeds Senator Lodge as Repu blican leader in the senate. Between them is Francis E. Warren, ranking
member for the senator leadership who did not seek it. Second from right is Jesse Metcalf, senator-elect from
Rhode Island. At right is Sen. George H. Moses of New Hampshire.

Washington, Dec. 5.---. The bureau
of internal revenue spent $1.24 in col-
lecting every $100 of' federal taxes in
the fiscal year,1924.
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just a few cents ipake!1

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D AILY

OFFICIAL BULLET-IN

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the assistant to the FPveeident until
3:30 p. n. (11.30 a. m. Saturday,
Volume i SATURDAY, D)ECEMJBER 6, 1924 Number 63

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Senate, 'Concl:
*The next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday,
December 8, at 4:15 p. in., in the President's office.
F. E. Robbins, Secretary.
University Lectures :
Dr. Lange Koch, the Danish explorer, will deliver two University lec-
tures, as. follows:
A popular lecture, illustrated by lantern slides, on "Exploration in
Nlorthernt Greenland," Tuesday, December 9, at 4:15 'l. m. in' the Natural
Science Auditorium.
A, more technical lecture for geological students on "The Geology of
Northern Greenland," the time and place of which will be announced later.
Both lectures are open to the public.
4vF. iE.iRobinis.
Aufthorized En heirs ity lHouises:
Those'"andladies who expect to keep their houses open for women stu-
dents durinig Christmas vacation, arc requested to notify the Office of the
Dean of Women by telephone.
JesaIHamiliton.
Cosmiopolitan Clutb:
Professor Earl V. M\oore, Head of the University School of Music, speaks
on "How to. Appreciate Good Music" Saturday evening, December 6, at 8
P. tn. in the Auditorium of Lane H-all. Illustrative selections on the"Victrola
will be used. The lecture should be of particular value to students from
other' lands not very familiar with the best in occidental music. The public
is cordially invited.
Engineering College:
Mid-semester reports of the students in the College of E'ngineering
who are below passing, are now in the office of the Assistant Dean, available
for the inspecetion of the students.
Fireshman Girls :
Do 't forget the Freshman Spread tonight in Harbour Gymnasium from
8:30 to 10:30. Jean liyur.
Freshman Spread Committees :
There .will be a meeting of all Freshnman Spread commnittees in Bar-
hour Gymnasium Saturday morning, IDec. 6, at 11:00 o 'clew-k. Also one at
7:15 Saturday night.
Jean Iiyer, Clnirnin.

WIAT S GOING ON
Notices~ to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the Daliy office
provided for tnat purpose before 4
o'clock preceeding the day 4f issue.
SATIUDAY (0111ite
11 :00-Freslintan Sp~read cmite
meet in Barbour gymnasium.
112:00-P lni 1Delta Kappa" meets at the r e re i n
I :(X0-Womjent's IJCen'e bazaar at Bar-
f'our gymnasium.
1 :30--Open air ramible starts from
Cogregational church.
7 :30-Mleetingo atmnfrse
cia~l election in club rooms.
5:00-4)Prof. Earl V. Moore sneaks In
auditoriuim of Lane hall.
j 8:00-c haui l Pollock's ,The Fool,"
IWhitney theater.
R:00') Fr"~Iiiiaii Spread in Barbourj
Egymnasium.
Sti 1Y at
110:0-1)iscunsiojl classes sleet a
Presbyterian church.
FIRST. BAPTIST. CHURCH

Layout consists of large
living room with fireplace,
dining room, kitchen with
all conveniences, two large
bedrooms and bath.
Oak floors, built-in tub
and a very attractive room
arrangement.
Purchase price, $7,000,
with $1,000 down.
MR. JOSSELYN With
C. Louis Andrews
REALTOR
512 First National Bank Bldg.
Tel. 3064 Evenings, 2811-W

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SUNDAY

SERVICES

-- - - Division
IR. EIARI) SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD) R. CHAPMAN
11inister of university Students
10 :30-Worship and Sermon. Mr.
Sayles will preach on: "A Lost Art."
1 2 CO----Tbe Church Bible School in
Church rooms. Dr. Bunting in
charge.
2:0 __ - Uniiversity classes conduct-
ed by Mr., Chapman and Dr.
Waterman meet in the Guild
House.
6 :20---B. fir. P. U. inthe Church.
5:30 to 6::30--Friendship Hour in
the Guild House. All stu-
dents welcome.
6 :30--Devotional Meeting of stu-
dents. .

at Ann Arbor Churches

THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
(Disciples)
New Church Cor. Hill and T~pant
J. ALLEN CANBY,{Acting Pastor).',
9:30 A. M.-Bible School.
10:30 A. M.--Womnen's Missiotifxy
Day. Special address by Mrs.
Joseph D. Bunting, Detroit,
t6 : 00P. M.-Young People's social
hour. and program.
7 :30 -P. M.-Evening worship.
S-rmon b~y J. A..Canby. 'Topic:
"The Psychology of. Conner.

TRINITY, ENOLISH'
LUTHIERAN H CHt
Fifth Avre. and Willia# St.;
Rev. ,L. F. GLTNDERMNAIN, ,mister
9:30 A!. M.-Bible .School.'
10:30 A. M:-The servie. ,Sermon,:
"Holding Up the iniustees
Htands.
5:30 P. M.-Student supper' and'
fellowship .hour.
6 :30 P. M.-Forum meeting. Sub-'
ject: ."The Student's, Use of
the Bible." Rev. E. C. $tell-
horn, leader.t

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
*SCIENTIST
ScIentist
409' South: Division St.
10 :30 A. M.-'-Regular ,morning ser-
vice;'- topic,"G od, the Orly
Cause and ,:Creator.
11:45 A..M.-Sunday School follow-
ing -the morning service.
The Reading. room, 608 'First Na-
tional Bank building, is open daily
from .12 to 5 o'clock, except Sun-
days and 'legal holidays.

FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner S. State- and E. Washington
Streets
REV. ARTHUR 'W. STAL~KER,
D. D., Minister
REV. W. SCOTT WEST ER3IAN
Associate Minister
Rev. Donald Timnerman
Ellen WV. Moore
Directors of Student Activities
10: 30-Pastor's subject: "Our Coin-
munion: Its Idea'."
12:00-12:45-Student Bible Class-
es. General theme of all
classes: The student, the
Bible.'and society.
6:00-7:00 P. M.-Guild meeting at
the church, Beryl K. Wright,
leader.
7:00-7:30-Open house at Wesley
Hall. "Eats."
7:30--Evening worship. Subject:
"Music and Morals."

Phi Delta Kappa:
Phi Delta :Kappa
the Green TFree Inn.

holds it hi-weekly luncheon today at twelve. noon at
Prof. Thomas E. Reed is the speaker.
Clarence J. Whiltney, Sealy.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
HERBERiT A. JUMP, Mfiister.
E.' KNOX MITCHELL, University P'astor.
LUCY HUBER, Secretary for Women Students.
10:45-Service of worship. The Lord's Supper. Communion sermon:
"At the Sign of the Towel."
5: o0-- Student Supper and Social Hour.
6:15-F4ireside Cleat. Eugene J. Brock. leader in organized labor, will
di-cuss:'A s'1< the. Iaur Union Vital to a Christian Social
Ortder "
8:00-Motion.,pictu re service. The amusing newspaper film, "A Front
Page Story."'

ST. 'PAUL'S LUTERAN
rCHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and. West Huron Streets
CARL A. BRAUER,- Pastor
9:30 A. M.-Sermon, German.
S9": 00 A. MA.-Preparatory. servrice,
German.
9:30 A. M.-=Sermon and Holy
Communion. German. Sub-
ject: "The Second Commig of
Churist."
11:00 A. M.-Students Bible Class.
No English serviceĀ° in the
forenoon.
'5:30-1:30--Student Club meets at
parsonage. Discussion : " Pla-.
to's Arguments for Ininor-
talty." GF. Tenhoor, leader.
7:30 P. M.-Sermon and Holy
Communion. English M. Cook,
speaker.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron at Division
REV. M1ERLE HI. ANDERSON, P. P. Minister.
LEWIS C. RE1XIANN '16, See'y Men Students
MRS. NELLIE B. CADWELL, See'y Women Students.
0:30-Intermediate Sunday School.
10: 45--Morning Service. Tihe Lord's Supper.
12:00-Young People's Discussion Clasges.
3:00-Presbyterian Hoover Sunday School.
5:30-Social Hour for Students and Young People of the city.
6:30-Perry Hayden, 25, will lead the meeting in the discussion of:
"Internationally Whlat Place Should a Christian Nation Take
Today t"

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nCarried in Black and Tan Viking and. Brown Scotch Grain ;
Suitable Winter Oxfords
Wahr' sShoe Sore.

CORNER CATHERINE and DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, Rector.
RACHEL ITAVILAND, Secretary for Student Work.
Sunday, December 7th

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ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH.
Washington St., and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STE LLHORN(, Pastor

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, M~inister.

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10:30 A. M.-"Are We Better Than Our Fathiers',' A sermon in religious

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