100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 07, 1925 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1925-03-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

PAGEEIGHT

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SATURDPAY, MOARCIT 7, 192--

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin io constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by th~e Assistant to the Pr'esident until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. jm. Saturdavk
Volume SSATUR.DAY1 MARCHl 7, 19°20iNumber 116
Notlee to all Members of the Unitversity:
Mail addressed as follows: ,"care of the University" has been delivered
to the office of the Secretary, Roomn 3, University Hall. It will bec heldl until
March 12, and should be called for at, once, giving date of this publication,
i. c., March 7. This list will not be reprinted.
B3ernalle Africa Irvin Kane
Harold Kiddoo

Ralph Baker
Leona Baumgartner
Walter Betchhard
E. W. Binkley
Ethel Bishing
Roger Bommer.
B. Brande
Fred Bremer
Pahl D.' Bromberg
Roy Callahan
Frank S. Carson
Reginald Chapman,
Harry Coburn
Alfred B. Connable
Mr. & Mrs. W. T. Cooke
William Coventry

It

A. D. Lafrance
Harold Latta
Mrs. Alice LeFever
Robert Leopold
Robert M. Lowman
Matt Mann
Edward C. Mason
Dorothy Morehouse
Carl S. Oakmnan
Ivor Olen
Fred Parish
Victor Ratner
.4,~ Pep Reynolds
Mr. Sawyer
N. F. Shambaugh
Dwight Smith
0. L. Sponsler
Edward D. Stair, Jr.
G. W. Stanley
Dewey Van Dyke
V. M. Villesenor
Bert Weitman
E. S. Whitmer
Carrol Wilson

Rtuth Deemer
F. L. Everett

John V. Fopeano
Rose Marie Gordon
Harry. B. Hamill
Charlotte Harrison
D. Henderson
L. ingeman Highby

SWHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the Daiy office
prnvirird for tnat purpose befor
SATURDIAY
S :00--Arelitecl uadprty miees at
Michigan Central (depot to go to D-
Itroit.
3 1:00-1iltary Ball commlitt~eilmeets
1 :30-..-(oigreguzfinl ramble Ineets in
church parlors.
1 :30-- Spanisht play rehearsal in Lane
hall.
241--Praftt learn r('rherses in theu new
Masonic'Temple.
1 :14---Gnu ersity (of111ichigani band ie-
hearsal in Morris hal.
7 :00-Upp~r R~om Bible (class, Lane
hall.
7 :30-C(raiftsmen met in thle inew a.
sonic Temple.
j , :30-Uniitarnnstuidntis party.
9 :(w--Lion ad altImiiparty, 1Wesle
12 :l0-StudemmI Bible e'asics, Wesley
hall.
..12 0-D-iscus sioni a sses, Pre syer-j
ian church.
4 :30-Social hour a, Presbyeriam
(church.
5:3I0--Congregational sudet supper
andI fireside chat.
6 :(0-1Wesleyau guild meeig, 11esley
hal
6 :00-Sunmday supper, Hauris hal.
Speaker, Frederic Lauderburn.
6 :30- Tlstiammity amd Politis" by
Perry Hayden, Presbyterian church.1
5 :00--Motion picture service, Comgre.
gational church. Thomas Meighan
{in a "Prince There Was."
U-\ OTICE,
The Iinnder will receive manmu scripts'
for the familiar essay contest, for
which a ten dollar prize is offered.
until March 10 at the Press build-
ing, when they will be forwarded
to Christopher Morley, who is tol
judge, them. If manuscript i~to be
1returned a self addressed, stamped
env elope should be enclosed.
BREKDOWN STOPS TEST
ION AEROPLANE MOTOR'
Tests9 conducted with the new CutNt
Ox-5 aeroplane motor in the auo-
motive laboratory, have been inter-
rupted by the breakdown of the elec-!
trical apparatus. The tests, which
were begun at the first of the week,'
weire(designed to revc-al the durabil-
ity of a newly developed valve metal. i
The motor had been running at full
sp~eed for approximately 46 hours
Iwhen the breakdown occurred, and ao
that time there was no indication of
structural failure in the valves or en-
gine mechanism. The tests will be
continued, as soon as reairs are
effected.
Architects Will
Attend Exhibition
!St udents of the ac(hit e(timi l 4 0114 "
i will make a trip to Detroit this mon-
ing to view the builders' show. Leav-
ing' the Michigan Central (deot at 8

i
i

\ice-l'residl('t('ha rles G. lDawes' l present himself in the limelight in al
radical (depart a me roin the rustonmary ;sensational fashion. I
"Tevice-president of the United
>>;;;s ;." ::.:: ::::::::: Iactionis of a. v'('P-president in the in-.
augua Iceriiinie isviee(Iby rof States has no voice in the formulation
rrr:::':^ 3 ;of rules f"or Senate procedure except to!
Jesse S. Reev-es, of the political sci- the extent, that he is asked by the Sel'-,
>::mN'o~~~nce dep artmec:nt, a an unwiSe cioate to formulate1s z cMton, them.. It is tht Sell-
Vice-presidenit Pa wes furnished a atewic d~olts them. The present
rules of the United States Senate were;
sii plrisre to the nation wheni he readl formulated by Thomas Jefferson whenI
the riot a: t to the Seniata O11 the liC he was vice-p~residlent in 1797-1801 for
the yi, of revising its ruiles to outlaw his own guinedance while acting as vice-
the o mnn filister'. Also instead peietoforcuty. They be-
o~ searng n te ne Seatos .came the foundation of the present
fcu'_s as hais been the custom of his ! uls
:: predec'essors. lie gave them all the' "There is no legislative body in the
oath at one time, andl le cut short the world(t3with the possible exception of
/ ceemoy ofSentor siging thethe English House of Lords whose pro-
book. lie then commanded the body' cedure has been so little changed in a
to attend the inauguration of Pre-ai- I century and a quarter. In view of
this the actions of Vice-President
dlen';Calvin Coolidgre.D
Prefessor Reeves statedl yesterday:ae ma ob nie
that whatever the shortcomings in the
Senate procedure might belhe. wonders Rome, Mar. 6.-For the first time in
ifT the particular methods adopted byI the history of the Catholic church, a
Vice-President Dawes wvere after all in; cardinal archbishop, Merry Del Val,
goodl taste. yesterday addressed in English 500
- "To the extent that they departed Amnerican p~ilgr'ims.c
Great Britain is perfecting p~lanis tol from the usual canons of good tastej
construct a dirigible of revolutionary; their tendency would lbe to interferej Brussels, Mar. 6.-The Belgian Senl-
tp'Itwlcaralit aege with rather than to assist in beneficial ate ratified the terms of the loan of!
and freiht inside the hull and haveI changes in the Senate procedure. Thisj $50,000,000 negotiated in the United
no hanging cabins. The designer is is wholly on the assumption that the; States.
Commander Charles D. Burney J motive of the vice-president was to -
(above) who says tests have shown remedy a situation and not merely to Sublscribe for The Michigam Dally
that by carrying its load inside the
Iiull the ship will gain in speed tandII U U UaUNUEUEU U0U0E0 a U U P.UWU0U U U U U a
range. I ® JUST P UBLISHED-
H...Faulkner, 2,B ckurwl.e.ETr
; 2 , I,9Dies Of Nephritis i Ua k u r w = .D A O
Herbert E. Faulkner, '27. of Middle M rrO W s l I l h m SINCLAIR Ll
ville, died at 10:30 Trrisday night Inw
in te Unverity ospial.His ar-New Arriving Daily
inteUiestIoptl lspr Special Price to Libraries and heading Clhu
ents, who had conic to Ann Arbor
when lie was stricken with nephiritis
early in the week, were present atl N
the end. ® VY BOC
PtA*P ONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS ® ® U ® Em®0 0m0 ®m®m®-

Designs Diriibe *eeves Views Dawes' Actions
F'or great BritainIn Senate As An Unwise Move

Elected Member
Of G. O.P. Committee
I ".h,
I.
tioal}omiteean fmIll os.H
Rotiedoisthenwanepbliadsna
tion ElEcoUmitteemnfo IliiseP

d

$2.00

Stephen Jones

Seniors--Scho~ol of.Education:
Your class dues are now payable to the class treasurer, George 1.
Baker, 419 N. Ingalls St., Ann Arbor, Mich. Dues for the senior year are
$3.60 andi for the junior year $1.00. Both must be paid " efore diplomas are
given out. Mail your check to the- treasurer and a receipt for the same will
be mailed you. George II. Baker.
Architectural E:-xiliitiom Tip Saturday, March 7:
The party will meet at Michigan Central Station, Ann Arbor, at 8 A. M.
Saturday, or at Detroit Michigan Central Station at 9 A. M. The following
schedule :will be observed:-
New Free Press Building-9:45 A. AT.
New Library--10:45 A. M.
After lunch at the General Motors Buildinig the party will visit the
Builders' Exhibit in the same building, as guests of the. Builders' Associa-
tion , E. Lorch.
The University of Mlichigan Band:
There will be a rehearsal this afternoon at 2:15 at the ]'and Hall at
which time details regarding the Automobile show will be announced. In
order to facilitate the taking of roll at the basketball game, members of the
band will hand their names on paper to the drum major. The band will as-
semble at the field house as usual at 7:30.
Robert V. hla, sey, I). 31.
11i1itary Ball Committee:
There will be a meeting of all members of the Military Ball Goniittce
at the Union at 1:00 P. M. Saturday, March 7, 1925.
l4Iilo Oipimnut, Chairman.
9pahisli Play Rehearsal:
The cast for thle Spanish play will rehearse this afternoon at 1:10 in
Lane Hall ,Auditorium. It is necessary that absolutely every memiber of the
cast be present for the few remaining rehearsals.I
Marshall It. bevy. I

b E I ps

e
Ur

IVERSI'TY
:)K ST-ORE ;

r

-- = w m = = m = mm m m m

- - - - - - vw
Zul~aCbuvch ;o et:vitc c

III%

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Ei angelical Symnod of N. A.)
t oimrl ii Ave. between Willimn and
PauckardI
P art or's sutbject : "Div ineIii erces-1
5101."1

ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
11ashimgton St., and Fifth Ave.
L. C. STELLHORtN, Pastor
9:0 A. M.-Bible Study Hour.
F~alse Friend." :Psalm 55 :12-
10:30 A. 1M.--Service with sermon
on : "What Does time Fourth
C'tmum mdimiemt Requmire of
Parenmts ?"
5:30-Student Forum. Topic for
discussion, led by Rev. L. F.
Gundermian : "All Problems of
A meitcAre Ileiigi)louProj,-
lents-Is This True l"
7:30 P1. MV.-Lenten sermon, "The
1"alse Frieind." Psalm,: 55:12-
14.

ST, PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
'T'hird and West Huron Streets
CARU, A. BRAUER, lPastor
9:30 A. M.-Sermon, German.
10:30 A. M.-Bible Class.
11:30 A. M.-Sermon, English.
Subject: "Remrkable jF'U0ii.
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Student Club
meets at parsonage. Mr. W.
H-. Buettner of the Paleon-
tology department will be the
sp~eaker.
7:30 P. M.-Lenten service. Ser-
nmon: "Jesus Observes Sil-
lice.,'
Wednesday, 7:30 P. M.-Lenten
service in German. Subject:
"Hll, khinmg of the .Jews."

MEMORIAL CHURCH
OF CHRIST
(D~isciples)
Ne Ci('hinrm---C or. 11121I & Tatppan
KE:NNE~d'l 1. 1301471, 11hister.
9:30-Bible Scho~ol.
10: 30-Morning Worship. Topiclby
pastor: "A "Pani Americ~u
D~reamu."
12:00-Students Class by Prof. A.
L. Trout.
Wednesday night, 7:30- Bible'
stud (y.
6:00 P. lv.- Young People's ihour.1
Lunch.
6: 30-Chbristian Endeavor.
7:30-Evening worshlip,'T'opic by
pastor: "Js 115 (not 1 seaniot."

CU2o
IMS

Slil?

-Young L'('0lle'5 (1is-
houm' r, opic: "Whlat

Music And Drama

(Continued from Page Four)
w~ithi William Faversham is to appear
in Zoe Akin's "Foot-Loose" Monday
evening at the Whitney theatre, marks
the most, distinguished attraction of
the season, what must be called the
season-with the necessary exception }
of Mrs. Mansfield Friday afternoon.
" T1lE IASSI) O SHOW"1 1
A review, by Marion Barlow. i
Lucre, almighty money will glossI
over a plethora of nonentities, and
cleverness that is truly funny ex-
cuses the interspersed multitude of
flat stupidities. "The Passing Show
of 1924," which is appearing in De-
troit this week, leaves the audience
surfeited with the overpowering gor-
geoub'ness, of its costumes and the {
rather insistent brilliance of its wit,1
:: itl1111111 iii IlIII lti t!l tllltI1h llt it iZ
ISunday
Dinner -
- MENU
Soup}
=Cream of Asparagus
S Wafers Olives Celery
= Roast Young Chicken with.
=Dressingw
SPrime Rib Roast of Beef au jus r1
Early June Peas
Mashed Potatoes
= Rolls
a Salad
= Dessert
-'=IHome Made Apple or Raisin Pie j
SBrick Ice Cream with Cake =

recalling with its large quantities and~ o'clock, the groups w~ill first go
with no great amount of pleasure odd(1thiroughi the Mviichigan Central Depot: at
recollections of candly adh nauseaum.j Detroit. At 9:45 o'clock time schedule
The revue hardly deserves too miany calls for a trip) brough the Detroit
paragraphs-after all, it is a passing tFr'ee Press building.
show, there is the unique humor even; The new library and art.,nmuseumi
though it becomes overly clever and Iwill lbe viewed at 10 :3'0 o'clock. Lunch
the nauseatingly brightness of the; will be had at the General Motors
!tblau ros ve hiy;bu t s uidngat13 oclclan a Iclock the students will visit the build-
Broadway, interesting, andl the best, ; hw
the best, they say, of the series. ciasses wil eise y h .oe
s"'s in charige. All those wsn) imialec
The Hague, Mar. .- The secondmi the trio w,:i h e excusedmi'rom thm sir'
,chamiber of the Dutch pl~iamient ap- Saturday Classes.
proved the treaty signed at Washing- f
ton Aug. 21 regarding the transport of Don't delay-Pay your Subs~.ription
liquor, ltoday.
h -________________

.
a
.I
;I
_{
i

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST
409 Sout hi lsi oll St.
10:3 8oA. IM.--Regular nmornigser-
vice; topic,"Mi"
11:45 A. Ml.-Sunday School follow-
ig the 111pruing service.
Testof a i Imeeting AWedues}day
evening, 7:30.
The Readinig room G08S First Na-
tionolIFBank building, is openl daily
from 1 2 to 5 o'clock, except Sun-
days and legal holidays

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister.
Phmilip E. La~toife, M1usical Director
10:45-Organ Trelude
Lenten Prelude....... ....jettishil
Lenten Prelude .................Battishill
10: 55-Sermon
"THE CHURCH: UNITY AND VARIETY"
6:30-Firelight.jProf. A. E. Wood.

--- --I

TRINITY ENGLISH
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Iiflih Ave. and William St.
Rey. L. iF., (447)DEII3AN, Pastor
10:30---Thie service. Sermon, "Sill
5 :30-7:30- Student Fellowhip
H our and Fortum. Subject:
"All P'roblemns of America Are
Rteligiouis Problems-Is 'is
T'riue?~" Leadler, Rev. L. F.
Gundernman.
Wednesday, 7:30 P. M.-Lonteni
service. Subject: "Barabbms:"

I

i

-_. . jlI _ _ I

CLEVER NEW
HAT STYL.ES
O ll. Spring hat collection is
now in compllete readiness ton'
Spring, embracinig all the new
shapes, shades, finishes and dimien-
sions. In most models the brims are
a trifle broader titan before, the
crowns a trifle fuller, the' effect more
swagger aiid dashing. All time new
shades at
$5

FIRST METHODIST, CHURCH
Corner SoumthiSlite aid East Washington Streets
REV, AwrtwuIV . S'I'ALIER, I). 1)., TMinister
REV'.I1. SCOTT WVESTEJIMAN, Associate Minister
Rev. lRonamld Timinim
Eliei WA. Moore
D)irector's of Student Activities
.10::';()-i'astor''s Subject : Wilderness is. Man:.
12:00-12:45-Five Student Bile Classes mieet at Wesley IHall. Leaden's:
Dr. Stalker, Mr. G. D. Westerman, Miss Moore, Mr. Carlton
Currie, Mr. Donald Timlerman.
5 :30-G3 :00-Social half hour, Wesley Hall.
(i:00-7:00--Wesleyan Guild mieeting at Wesley Hall. (Note the chanige.)
Dormani Johnson, header of joint meeting. Subject, "Plaster
Saints."
7:00-7:30-Open house at Wesley Mail. Refreshments.
7:30-Evening worship. Subject: "'.rie Jericho Rtoad:"
CONGREGA'TION"NAL CHURCH
BERBER' A. ,TUMP', Minister.
E. K\ OX MITCHELL, University IPastor.
10:45-Service of worship. Sermion by Mr. Jump: "What Is NIeaint by
2:380-Rally of all interested in North Side church services.

It. Edward S'ayle t imiaster
xI r ... t RI. ('hmalonin, Mini"ster of Slt'ls,
"ISOAIE vr'rAL QtIIONS"
Marci 8--"hw hamll We ThInik of Jesus'?"
12 :00-Prof. Waterman andl Mr. Chapman condluct studenit classes at
Guild House.
5:30-Student Friendship Hour.
6:30-Devotional meeting. Tfopic, "Faith and Service," Floyd Stayner,
leader.
CORNER CATHERINE amid DIVISION STREETS
HIENRIY LEWIS, Rector.
H. L. LONSDALE, Assistant.
RACHEL HAVILAIND, Secretary for Studemnt Work,
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.

I

:i1

11

II

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan