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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAE WT H MCIGN ALY____sATt I11)_1YFEB11RUIARY 23', 1925

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication In, the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members of
the Uuive~slty. Copy received by tte Assistant to thoPresident until
3:30 p. m. (1:30 a. mn. Saturdaxi,
Volume 6 $ATViRIAY, FEBRUARY 28, 192,5 Nmier 119

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WHAT'S GOING ON
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Senate Council:
There will be a special meeting of the Senate Council on Monday, ?March
2, at 4:15 P. IM., in the President's office.

ri -ices Su nday III rlillug 11,11I'erm-
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STATE CLERGY TO COME

F. F. Robl

Freshman Women :W
All Freshman Women who are interested . in the Fr(
are cordially invited to attend the first Mass Meeting for
women to be held in the Auditorium of University Hailla
Tuesday, March 3rd. Jeap Hamtnilton, De
Medical Faculty:
The next regular nmeeting of the Medical Faculty will
March 2, 1925, at 8 P. M., Faculty Room, Medical Buildini
('arlW. F
Liquid Air:
Liquid air in any quantity is now available. Particula-
from Mr. C. S. Jenkins, Custodian, New Physics Laborator
House Presidents and Board of Directors :
There will be a joint meeting of the Board of Represc
Board of Directors of the Women's League, Saturday, F"
10:0Oq o'clock in Barbour Gymnasium. Please be present.
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Zodogy 1, First Semester:
Those who missed the final examination will take;
examination in Room 233, N. S. building on Saturday, Feb.
A.1
Zoology 31 (Qrga-nIc Evolution) :
0A make-up examination for those students who were
final, will be given in Room 233 N. S. building on Saturday
o'clock. Doctor's excuses must be presented to allow studo
examination. dJacob
An overcoat which was left in the Reference -Roomr
Library on February 24, 1925, by a student has been left
FoundI Department of the Secretary's Office. If the own(
will1 call'at the Secretary's Office he may have it on ident
S. WV. Stith, Secretary
Ifeni'sElducational Club:
At the regular meeting, of the club, to be held at 7:
Monda.y evening, in R~oom,. 304, Michigan Union, Prof. J. B
address- the club on THew to Secure and Hold a Sichool
men, interested in Education are invited to attend. The
ficers for this senr ester will precede the address.
Wallace F. IV

bins, Secretary. _---
Plans have been211 onmlet d for the
formal dedication of St. ?Marys' Catho-
eshman Pageant lie students' chapel, corner of Vil-
r the freshman Hain and Thompson st reets~, tomorrow
it 5:004 o'clock on at 9:380 o'clock. The Rig'ht. Rev. 1ils-
can of Wyomen. j hop Mi('hrel J1. Gallagher of Det roil
will officiate andl-give the sermon of
the morning.
SSoliemn high mass will he said in
Ibe held Atlornay, the presence of the Bishop by Rev.
g. David1 L. IDillen, '96L, of Battle Creek.
Eberbach, -1. 1). About 50 i) members of the clergy of
the state will bo0 present.
Foli (.wing the c'erenmoniec;, melnl)rs
rST may be had of the cliergy and a group of laymten
ry. Will dine With the llis;l,. i ': St. Jos-
H. ~J. Radall p1)1's hospital, at whliel hne uil l('adrusses,
,will be inadle by rellresenlt i v of
thle Uniiversity, alumni, th It egnts,
entatves nd Ithe (lioc ese, andI student s.
setaivs ndthe Address will be made by 1Dean JIohn
February 28th, at( R. Etlin er for the University, Regent;
JIames 0. Murfin for~ the Regents, and
garet C. Dixon. I Mr. Edmnund Nf. Shields, '96f,, of Loui-
sing, for the alumni. Thomnas .
IDonahue, 25L~, presiden~t of the Cath110-
a supplementary lie Students club, will speak for Ih'e
28,at ,clok.students, and Bishop Michael ..Gal-
FranklinShu. . lagher will' talk in behalf of the (ho-
Scese.
Visitors are inlvitedl to insp~ect the1
chapel at any time; memblers of the
absent from the( committee Will be p~resent Sunday af-{
y, ,:Feb. 28, at 9 ternoon to usher the guests through
ents to take this the b)uilding andl point out parts of
b F. Rleighard.- I the chapel which are of special sig-
nificance. Plans for the dedication
3of the Gcneral have been made by committees headed
at the Lost and by Joseph J. Finn, '26.
of tis oat Monday evening, the Catholic stu-
er (ronts will hold a social in the audli-
tification.; torium of the chapel. A program of:
of University. music andl addresses will be present-
ed. Social hour and luncheon will
follow.
:15 o'clock next.--. _
3. Edmonson will Chicago, Feb. 27.-Gov. Len Small,
)I Position." All announced the appointment of Sen1.-
a election of of- elect Charles S. Dennen to fill the va-
cancy in the United States se kit(
V'att, President. causedl by the (leath of Senator Alc-
Co1-iich..
Columns' Rad.the VWant Ads

10 zOO--Board 4of Ilii clor1s of the Wo-
nien's I agne meets in Barbour
gymnasium.t
x ~12:1i)-'osopC1Nan i mE'mbers have
lunchieon at. the G olden Oaks inn.
:3(D-Cong~regational ranible mueets :at
_ the echurch.
2 :(XP- -Slntmaislh play r hearusal in the
j auditoritun of Lane hall.
2 :00-Iota Sigma. Pi holds iiiialion in
jroom 410, Chemistry building.
{ f s7 :06-8 :UI-Upper Room B3ihie class
;: meets at Lane hall.
E 10:0-Re . I.1J. Kniper oftGrand
~Rapids will address Reformed Stu-.
f (dcnts' club in Upper room, Lane
6:00---T~r. G~eorge F. ~Neftemn of Lani-I
x caster, Pa., will speak to Episcopal-
Iian students at Harris hall.
:j~ London, Febi. 27.---A bill making it,
illegal for pedlestrians to walk on the I
left sidle of a footpath has been in-
D o) r S 'i ozie r, abIove, reltirec on trodlucedl inthe~l British D ouse of Cotra-
m lnde7 ,niowxin Marine hospital, Bal- jIcoons.
I tituare, ho s ,st received a sword
y roittl hnt 8 yarsagoby ing Muskegon, Mich., Feb. 27. -- Solid
Eldwii d of (Great Britain fo in.(scov -I walls of ice blocked fhe channels of
cIling a iiel~oat of the S. S. Condor,, Western Michigan harbors today.
whiceh sank off Vancouver IslandC
with ut a try ce. A law frbidding ain
American officer from receiving gifts ~-- --
from lforeign moverntents held up the3
gilt till (Congress recently ratified the. S ECON D SEMES
gift. '

vtCONKLIN "line-mileage"
is a never ending source
of satisfaction to the student
5and writer. Exclusive new
Conklin features and good
014h~ fashioned Conklin qual-
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Sarrebourg France, Feb. 27.-Sev-
enI persons were killed and 15 in-
juredl here yesterday when the work-
shop in which they were employed
was crushed b : a wall blown over
by a hiph wxintd.
Sofia, Bulgaria. Feb. 27.- Bulgaria
has reached an agreement with Jugo-
slavia. providing for mnaintenanice of
neutrality along1)0th sides of the
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One-half Block South of Packard Street
COMPLETE EQUIPMENT, BlMARl1 LINING, IVRI('ING
STRAIWH'F'ENI Tt FRIAMES AND) AXLES AND) REPAIRING,
521 SGuth Main St.

ST'. PAU'L'S LUTHERAN
CHUIRCHI
(Yissouri Synod)
'I'hurd ; -ml West hMimi Streets
CAI l1 A. l$RAU ER, Pasto~r
'.): A. Al.- -Sermn in German.
lo: "o A. Al..- Bible studiy class.
11::>{ A. L1.-Sermon in English.
FralijE'"t : "'Thie 1'rince! of 1Dar1k-
i-' .) I'. M\.--Stutdent Club
'Itcl" at pa rsoitage. F. J.
Pi!;,lfer leads the discussion.
7 :~1 I. l.I ~ent en sermon :"'e
i P- vvelts ('abtlie (of His
\\'ili~ ~I:I . 7:0 P. A.---Mid-week.
4Eiitcia s'ii~n in German:
'A s i ersi lo uli e Thigh

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MEMORIAL CHURCH
OF CHRIST
(Disciples)
New ('luirch-('r. 1liii & 'iTal
KENNETH 13. B.lOWEN, Minister
9 :30-Bible School.
10:80-Morning worship' "Jesus
and 1 Iiogenies."
12:00--Stucdents-' ('lass-- Prof. A. L.
Trout.
6 :00--Social hour and lunch for
yotung pleople, open to all
students.
6 :30-- Christian Endlcor.
7 :30- Evening worship. Topic:
"Thle Blue Bird of lpi

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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCIENTI ST
-1019 Sol hDig ision S'pt.
10 : 80 A. A\L- -Regular morning ser- 1
vice; tolic, "Chr t Jesums."
11 :45 A. 111. -Sunday School lolow-
iug thle morning servic:e.
Testimntial lmet ing Wedn~esda1y
evening, 7:,)0.
Thle Reaiding room 608 First Na-
tional Bank. build ing, is openi daily
from 12 to) 5 o'clock, except Suan-
days and legal holidtays

Rev. L. F. GI' l~ai.M A,t PI'astor
10:30 A. A1. --The serv ice. Sitbjectl
'"Thle Superior Ot49a ;;ris *of
({lumisl iallVs."
;: ;0--7 :; ;:_....Student s upper and,
Focrum meetn:firsg., Subject:
"II alhit iii Rli kiw." Leadier,
W'111 eir Belser.

TRINITY ENGLISH
LUTHERAN' CHURCH
Fifthi Avec. and Will ia mu$St.

PHIONE 1927

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WVednesday, 7 :30 P. M.---Lenten
service. slsject: "Sorae Men
WIho A Ifi&'ii ltinteI'C'ucifixionl
St ory-----Pet er."

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ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
IV~~h~gtonS., a ad lifthiiAve.
F. 4". ST[[hLiiORN, Pastor
9 :00 A. Al. -T Iii le st udy hour.
10 :1o A.- ',i - I 1v. P. 0. Schtuh will
speak on Ch r ~uristia n Col-
S11P. Al.--- Social liour and lip-
f-Cl. for' stutidents.
6 :, A0L' .--Student (discussion
periodl. Topic: "Tu'le Place of
IlaloiiReligion:'" Walter
ILeh-;er, leader.
7 :'0 P. Al.--Afif Nicola Sahlla, a
native of Jerusalem, will give
anl illustrated lecture on
"W11allinit; on Sacered Soil."

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCI I
JIEJIBERT A. JU1MlP, ?inister.
E. KNOX MITCHELL, ITn~vcr.sity P.astor.
10:4 5-Morning -worship with sermon by -Mr. Junmp: "Does Famsl i' lDo
iiiy 4 rcd f--A Sermon for 1bent."
2:30-Students meet at Chturcelt 1o go to north 'i)iO seo'vcos.
4:00'-I igh School Fedleration in Chturch Parlors. Discussion led by
Mr. Mitchell: "HOW DO AVE KNOW WHAT IS lIITr"
5:30--Student Supper and Fireside Chat. Two "Chimes" edlitors. Neil
-Staebler and John Dickhoff, will,- discuss: ."WHAT D)OES A
L'NIVERSITY I DO TOl A sTI)ENT'S .111LIG'IO N? I

E3TILEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHIURCH
(Eiaweli '-1 vuod of N. A.)
F uirthi Avye. bet ween i am nand
Packar'd

M. Loui i Relander, governor of the
province of Viborg, has been elected
president, of Finland by the. Agrarian
party on the third ballot. Last-min-_
lite support from the conservatives
brought hire victory. His term lasts?
six years.
A dams Addresses
Phi Delta .kappa
Dr. Plandolph G. Adams, custodian
of Clements library, addressed the
local, chapter of Phi Delta Kappa~
honorary educational fraternity, at its
regular meeting at 6 o'clock last night
at the Green Tree inn. The subject
chosen for discussion was "Book
Collecting."
The next meeting will be held on
March 6.
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G. A. 'Neummanin, Pastor
9: 00 A. M.---Sunday School
Adult. Classes.
10:00 A. M.--English service.
11:00 A. M.-Germnan service.
pastor's sermon topic:
Observance of Lent."

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These new shirts embody everypthing that the
discriminating man desires. Fashioned with
tedious care-stysled with the long pointed
collar-Ithese latest English Broadcloth shirts
hold a particular appeal for the college man.
$3.00

S:00-Motion picture service. Jacqueline and David Torrence in "THlE
1)AWIVN OF A TO10.11011110 W."

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It. Edw ,ird Sayes, 'Hiister
"ISOME VITAL Q E81lIO,-N
31 arch 1I----"1IHow Shall We Think (of God ?"

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Corner South Slate sand East Washuington Street:
REV. A111T111,R I. STALKER1, ID. ID., Minister,
1REV . WI. SCOTT IWEST ER31AN, Associate -1Mister
Rev. Donald Timnermnm
Eiseun W. oore '
IDirectors of Student Activities
10:30-Pastor's subject: "Cost." Communion service.
12:00-12:45-Five Student Bible Classes meet in Wesley Hall.
01:00-7:00-Wesleyan Guild. Paul Rehmnus, leader.
7:00-7:30-Open house at Wesley Hall. Refreshments.-
7 :30-Subject: "Legitimate Rewards.",

6:30 P. M.--Young People's iDis-
cussioa (lour.

- , (Next Sunday: "hloiv Shall We Think of ,Iesuis?"
12:00G--Prof. W'.ater~nian and Mr. Chapman conduct student classes at
Guild House.
5 : 0-Student Friendship H-our.
6:30-Devotional meeting. Elizabeth Brown in char'ge.

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4.Aubrgw's ?Eisrupat Q( hurd
CORNER CATHIERINE and DIVISION STREETS
HIENRIY LEAVIS, Rector.
HI. L. LONSI)ALE, Assistant.
RACHElL HAVIlLAND, Secretary for Student Work,

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
SIINEY S. ROB INS, 3Minister.
Philip GF. Lallowe% )Musical lDirector

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