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T14E MICHIGAN DAILY

THEMIHIGN AIY _____SATURDAY, DECEMBIER 13, l1924

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DAILY' OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice ts, all :nembers of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to tha P-esident until
3:30 p. in. (11 :30 a. mn. Saturday.
Volume 6 SATURDAY, DWEEMBER 13, 1921 Number 69

WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to app~ear in this column roust
be left in the box at the Dlaty office
provided for tmat purpose before.
o'clock preceeding the day of issue.

6:04(-lDevtioniuil *4rvice at 'Bapt ist
church.
6: 15-Chester )J'. Culver speaks ati
ICongregational fireside chat.
6 :30-yoting peoples' ilteetitig at Pres-
byterian church.
6:34-West in ster circle meets att

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Library Books:
Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library are notified that all such b)ooks are due Monday, D~ecember 15, on
account of the impending Christmas vacation.
IV. 11. Bishop, Librarian.
I'tletoric I:
The second Written Quiz for this semester will b~e givcn to all sections
on Monday and Tuesday, December 15 and 16.
0. C. Johnson.
English 198
The members of the Honors Course are hereby notified that Librarian
Bishop has assigned a room for their use for discussion purposes. The key
to the room is kept by the assistant in charge 'of Graduate Reading Room
number 2.
Louis A. Strauss.
Frenicht 176 and ::16: Contemuporary Frenich Literalt1' 111nd1Expiaion de(
Trextes (Second Semester) :
All students wishing to take these courses are requested to give their
names to Professor Canfield's Secretary (Room 104, South Wing). It is
necessary to order now books that will be used in French 176. (Each stu-
dent will have to spend approximately $1.50).
Ai. Clav i.
Extra Concert Series:
The next concert in the Extra Concert Series will take place .Monday
evening, December 15, at 8:00 o'clock in Hill Auditorium when the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor, John Barclay, Bari-
tone, .Soloist, will give the following program:
Overture to Victor Hugo's "Ifu~y Bias," Op. 95 (Mendelssohn) ; Sixth
Symiphony in- D minor, Op. 74, (Tschaikovsky) ; Air ".Revenge," "Timotheus
Cries," (Handel), "La. Bague et la Cloche" (Duparc) John Barclay;
Polovtsian Dances, from "Prince Igor," (Borodin).
C'harles A. Sinuk, Secretary.
Tryou~ts for Misques:
Because of the absence. of Professor Nelson, tryouts for Masques have
been postponed until after the holidays. The time will be definitely an-
nounced later. Come preparedl to give something from memory.
Aellie Rittenhiouse, Presidenit.
Womae's League:
The regular: meeting of the I'oard of Representatives of the Women's
League will be Saturday, December 13, in Barbour Gymnasium at 10 o'clock
sharp. Erin g paper and pen.
Nargaret C.A)Non, Vice-Pres. Womten's League.
Freshmen:
All men who ;lave been selling tickets for the Freshman Luncheon ars
a sked to make a report between 10:00 and 12:00 this morning in the Student
Offices 'Of the Union. William L. D~ienier:
University of Mieltigan ]Band:
All nmembers of the band are urged to mnake the trip to Detroit Saturday
fafternoon, December 13. We must have a full attendance to play for the
Alumni Football Bust. Special carsĀ° leave the D. U. R. waiting room on
Huron Street at 12: 05 p. in., Ann Arbor time. Report in full dress uniform
with capes. Arthur 1I. Smith.
Anierhm-an Association of LUniversity Professors:
There will be a meeting of the University of Michigan chapter of the
American Association of University Professors Monday, Dec. 15, at 7:30
p. in. Rooml 304, Michigan Union. Election of delegates to the annual meet-
ing of the Association and other business.
(Charles B. Vilibert4 Secretary.

SATURD)AY I Presbyterian elhurch.
10 :04-Board of representattives of thle 6 :30--- St udent s' Christinias firesidle
IWomen's League meets in Barbour' gathering at. Unitarian church.
gymnasium. S:01--C( ol leeni31oor.- in "The Ninety
12 :00-Banud assetibles at interurbant a Nd.ine'' at the Congregational
C.waiting room on Huron street. church.{
1 :34-Open air ramible strts front-
Congregational church. jU-1('1'I('E
2 :15--Milcigaua Union Mines present 1I''1 'j f -e N oc~tionl c se 541'I
"Tickled to Death" at 'Whitney the- Nill he oncVii for the making of ap-;
ater. p~ointments from 41 to GI and from 71
2:30-Catholic students matinee danice to 8 o'clock from now until Christ-
at Union.II mas vacation at Lane hall.
7:30-C'raftsni meet lit the old MVas.-_______________
oncml.8:0O-M higan-W. A. C. baskctbalil Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 12.-Students'
of police re,)orting at the Marquette
game at Yost field house. university school of journalism had a
8:00- Ichlgan VUnion )Iiuiues present chance to p.-actice their chosen pro-
"Tickled To Deathl" at Whitney the-I fession when it was dliscovered burg-
ater. ! ars had entered the school's editorial
8 :30-Christnmas party3 at P'resbyteriatn j room anad stolen 1S typewriters.
church.
8 :30-Studenuts' party at U'nitariant
church._
E oProf. iirtht
10 :3i --.Yong peoples' chorus sinugs atp
Presbyterian church.I Spcal
12:00-Baptist Students' {;wild mteets
at Guild house. t
12 :0-Open forum at Congregational :THE RE LI G 10US,
church. ISOCIAL
3:001 -Hindustait club mneet s at Lane;-
hall.
::00-Hloover Sunday schoolutmeets at Next Sundaya
Presbyterian church. - UNITARIA]
5 :30-Congregailonaul student ,upper'.
5 :45-Vuitarla ii student supper.

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D)AILY TRYVOUTS
A in idsemester call for tryouts
to The Michigan Daily is issued.
There is a. limited number of po-
sitions open~ in the editorial deC-
partment which will be filled by
comnpetition among tryouts. The
positions are open to any men on
the campus, not freshmen. or in
their first semester of residence.
Timo:c who desire to try out will
call at the office in the Press
B~uilding between 2 and 4 o'clock
any afternoon this week end see
the City Editor.

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s"Washington, Dec. -12.-Use of the
new, uncirculated 1924 Peace dollar by
people giving money as Christmas gifts
Lis being urged by the treasury in its
plan to reestablish the circulation of
such coins.
HAVE I'OU -SUBSCRlIBEI) YET?

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Christmas Suggestions
Gifts which all men
will greatly appreciate
--for Dad-for Brother
or room-mate.
Imported EIosiery
Wide Leather Bells
Sweaters
Leather Jackets
Mufflers
Gloves
English Broadcloth Shirts
Tuxedo Sets
STATE STREET
Haberdashers to Michigan Men
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The N e ic a h ian Calendar
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Read The Daily "Classified" Columns;
THE LANTERN SHOP
. a,
"Viariety, Is the-- Chicken Danner ~
Spice of Life." -Sna
You W ll Fnd VaietyLight L unches '~
- P~d Vaietyand
1in OCur a la Carte1.
==Service =1
.MenuM'- - Sunday Night
703 East University Ave. Phone 3093-M w
-Unexcelled Quality a;
- Is evident in the food which -
- is served at the Ann Arbor =
Rest~aurant.I
-We urge you to try our -1
- service-you~ will be well
satisfied with the excellenta
cuisine.
M The An Arbor
Restaurant
S215 South Main St.
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"It's in the Place Where You Eat." :

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Strecet Betwiiecn State and
Division
11. EDWARDI SAYLES, Minister
HO(1WARD It. CHIAPMIAN
)iOistcr of University Students
Sunday, Dec. 14, 192.4.
10: 30 A..1M: -A program of Christ-
ina usic. Special Choir.
12:00 -M.-Church Bible School. Dr.
Bunting, superintendent.
12 :00 M.---,r'wo classes for Univer-'
sity studlents meet in Guild
House. The teachers are Dr.
Waterman and Mr. Chapman.
630 P. M.-'13. Y. P. U. in the
oh urob.
5:30-6:30 P. M.-Student Friend-
shipn1-our. Refreshments.
6:30) P. M.-Devotional meeting.
M1lrs. George E. Myers will
lead this service. The gen-
eral topic will be: "Shall the
C'hristmias spirit prevail? H ow
can we help ?"

SUNDAY

at Ann Arbor Churches

SERVICES

MEMORIAL CHURCH
OF CHRIST
(D~isciples)
Ccr'mci Hill anid Tatppani Ave.
'J. ALLEN ('At 11Y, Atcting Minister
Sunday, Dec. i4, 1924.;
S: 30---3ible School.
10):3:';--Morning worship. Subject
of sermon: "Th'le Builders of
Life and hiappiness.,
12 :00 Noon-Students' Classes.
6 :00-Young Peoples Social H-our
and lProgram.
7:30--Evening service. Topic of
sermon : "When W1inter Comes
to the Soul."

TRINITY ENGLISH
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Fifth Ave. aciud William St.
It". L. F. GAUN )Eht)IAN, Pastor
I9:30 A. 11.-Bible Sciiool.
10:30 A. M.-The service. Thomas
Weiskotten, Mt. Airy Semi-
nary, '24, will preach.
5:30 P. M.-Student Fellowship
flour and supper.
6 :30 P'. M.-.Forum meeting. "3Ior
; ' Conditions on Our Campus.'
Leadler, Floyd Winner, '27.

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST1
SCIENTIST
409 South Division St.
10:,30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice; topic, "God, tihe Pre-
server of Man."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday School follow-
ing the morning service.
Testimonial meeting Wednesday
evening, 7:30.
The Reading room 608 First Na-
tional Bank building, is open daily
from 12 to 5 o'clock, except Sun-
days and legal hl~oidays

10:30-Pastor's subject:
mas Morale."

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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner S. State anid E. W1asington
Streets
REV. ARTHIIUR W. STALKfER,
1).D1., Minister
REV.T W. SCOTT W IS31 I' AN
Associate initster
R1ev. Dionald Tiicrxnnn
Ellen W. Moore
Directors of Student Activities

12:00-12:45-Student Bible Classes.
A11 under contract to dismiss~
on time in favor of. Sunday
dinner.
6:00-7: 00-Wesleyan Guild meet-
ign at the church. "are R~e.
latiotis" discussion, led by
Marguerite Dutton and co-
mittee.
7:00-7:30-Open house at Wesley
Hall. Light refreshments.
7: 30-Wesleyan Guild lecture by
Captain Francis McCull agh :
"The Bolshevik Persecutioni of
Christianiity."

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
HERBERT A. JUMP ., Minister.
E. KNOX MITCHELL, Uimiversity Pastor.
LU;CY H1UBERI, Secretary for Women Students.
I ti:45- Scrvice of worship. Rev. Marion Ball of Japan will preach on:
"Worlnd Brot herhood."
12 ;4)0 --Open Foruim. Rev. Marion Hell will dliscu~ss: "Is the Exclusioni
cf .hIaaese J1tstitiedl n'
5:341--Studcnt Supper and Social Hour.
6:15- -1ireside C'hat. Chester M. Culver, Sec'reta~iry oif Employers'
Association, will lcad a 4 >;cussion on "(Capitand1( Labor."
3i:00--:Motion picture ,service. C'olleen Moore in "'Tle Ninety amid Nine."

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
'T'h'ird iandilWeOt huron Streets
CARL A. BRAUER, Pastor
9:.30-See mon, Cerman.
0:30-Student Bible Class.
11:30-Serimon., Englishb. Subject:
"Prepatrinig thliV Wy.'

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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH"
Huron at ilvision
R1EV. MERLE HI. ANDERSON, D. 1). Minister.
LEWVIS C. REI31AN.N '16, Seely Men Students
MRS. NELLIE R. CAJIWELL, Spe'y Woiemi Students.
9:30-Intermediate Sunday School.
10:45-Morning worship. "Whiat Muist I Do With Jesus 1" A Christmas
mes sage.
12:00-Discussion classes led by Grace Williams, '27-M, Mr. Homer I-I.
Grafton and Mr. Howard Y. McClusky. Open to all students
and Ann Arbor young people.
3:00 -Hoover Sunday School. Preparation for Children's Charistnman
Party.
5:30--Social Hour. All young people invited.
0:30--C. E. Meeting. Leader, Kenneth Manwaring, '25--E. T'oplic for'
discussion : "Has Answvered. Prayer Any 1jeality in a World
Governed by iUniversal Lawli"

5 :31-7 :30-Student Club) meets at
time parsonage.
7:30- Ad vent servie.
7:30 --Advent service. Sermon by
p~astor in English. Welcome

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UNITARIAN CH-URCH
State and Ifurii Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Mini'.ter.
10 :30--Prof. Arthur E. Wood speaks on:
"Tlhe Religious Signtificanmce of Social Work.'
Social IWork."
(Music by male quartet.)
6: 30-Students' Christmas Firesidle Gathering.

ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Washington St., mid K'Fifth Ave*.
F.(C. S!UEIL1OIIN, Pastor
'4:010 -lle School.
I1) :M--ServTicepsce' 'on :- "how the
Btil~leServes Its Purpose."
5 :3)-" : 30-Stud en t lormu. Topic:
""fleral C'ondit ions on Outr
C.-Illmils." Floyd Winmner,
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CORNER1 CATH ERINE aund DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWVIS, Rector.
R A CHEL 11 A VILANDI, Secretary for Stident Work.
Sunday, December 14.

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8 :01) A. M.-Holy Communion.

9:30 A. M.-Church School..
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer and sermon by the Rector.
6:00 P.IM.-Studentservice and uDet v~eiinv.~l'Ir' iRv. illli.,v 1

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