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THE MICHIGAN DAIL

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SATURDAY, MTARCHr 21, 1925

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DAILY, OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all memnbers, of
the University. Copy received by th1e Assistant to th4 Presdent until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday&
Volume 6 SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1925 Aumlier 12S
Notice to all Members of the University:
Mail addressed as follows: "care of the University of Michigan" has
been delivered to the office of the Secretary, Room 3, University Hall. It
'will be held until March 27, and should be called for at once, giving date of
this publication, I. e. March 21. This list will not be reprinted. MAIL
SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO STREET AND NUMBER.
Thos. Cavanaugh Agopeto Rey
Ruth Cheng
Robert 0. Simonds
Donald B. Frederick Jane Skillen
11 Matthews Arthur Vernon
A. J. Mayer, Jr.
Chas. F. Warren
Eilwatrd Nolan Benjamin S. Washer, Jr.
Esthe~r Wester, R. N.
Armis:tead S. Pride David C. Wilson
M11. Pryor Walter T. Wright
Millard H. Pryor
Economics 12-4: European Labor Alovements:
The class will meet at 9 this morning instead of Monday evening.
Carter Coodrieci.
Taolks on Esthetics:
I shall give six informal talks on esthetics in Room 3208, Angell Nall,
on Tuesdays and Thursdays 'at 4:15, beginning Tuesday, March 24. The
topics will be as follows: The Autonomy of Est.hetics; The Esthetic ECx-
perience; The Esthetic Triad; The Work of Art; The Esthetic Cycles; Fromn
Esthetics to Philosophy. All persons interested are welcome.
Charles E. Whitnmore.
Foods Role Scholarships :
These -scholarships pay the student's tuition for the six week, session
at the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole, Mass. Written appli-
cation should be made to me before March 25th.
Jacob Reigliard.
Atkinson Memorial. Conteat:
All students expecting to enter the Atkinson Memorial Contest are re-
quested to meet me in 205 Mason H-all Tuesday at 4.
Lionel Crocker.
Members of the. University of Miehigan Band :
There will be a rehearsal of the band this afternoon at 2:15, at h)and
headquarters. Ful attendance is especially urged] since the Jackson pro-
gram will be gone, over at this..rehearsal. There will be a concert in Yost
field house tonight as a part of the Indoor Carnival program. The band's
appreciation of the recent generosity of the Athletic Association in making
possible the automobile show for the benefit of the band by permitting the
use of the field house for that purpose can well be evidenced lby a full turn-
out for this function. The band will assemble as usual at 7:15.
Robert V. Halsey, D. 1T.
House Presidents:
House rules should be discussed at your next m-eeting so that definite
suggestions for revision can be submitted at the next Board of Represent-
atives meeting which will be held Saturday, March 28th, at 10 o'clock in
Barbour Gymnasium. D~orothy J. MIcLarlen.

Senate "Baby"

CNebraska.-There will be a mixer tectural Prizes offered to "experienced
at the horse barn on the College of! draughtsmen of unusual ability, who
Agriculture campus, Saturday. desire to complete their professional
_____ training by contact with the academic

Niewvs From Other Colleges

V illiama University.--ln ordler to dis- sidIe of architecture."
______ - ~ _____--______tinguish freshmen women from upp~er-
____ --- - class women, tihe former are forced Kansas.-Fencing classes for men.
Minneapoiis.--Advances in radio' Kansas.-An exhibition of represen- to wear green dresses while on the have been introduced at the Univer-'
tranmission have been made by a tative ai chit ectural dIra wings will be! campus. Csity of Kansas.
shown I iis week at the University of l - -
them rof. .. ' a ngine erao teKansas. The (drawings, which will be -Princeton .--T~t o member-s of the' Iron Mountain, Mich., March 20.-.
thcmPro, C M.Jankyhea ofthe onein penceil, water color, charcoal,' Princeton architectural atelier have 'Olof Knutson, a miner, was, killed,
i'athio epartiroent. The method of oil and pen. are to b~e submitted from been selectedI with three others from yesterday in the Chapin mine here by
t.oan: n:atisfactveoryedlby-bhemlas-si niesiisnisitts. the entire country to compete in the a falling mass of ore.
r~osi>>I s tisfct~ry dy-boadcst-final trial for the Paris Prize of the!
;, <, ,tawaelngho:tet meters II ncis.- Nkree Freshmen at North-" Beaux-Arts society. The prize con- ilonro4 Mich., March 20.-C. W.
F i western Univer sity who wttgmpted to sists of a stipend of $300 quarterly for C'randall, superintendent of Cadillac
.c~ ditan es f 2000to ,00 mres'defy the rualings of the Sophmntores and a period of two years and a half, (lur-j schools, has been named for the same
iti hah htMoad1.Mc ailed to wear their Fr eshman "pots" i ng which the scholar. is to work at ! post in Monroe..
IMilian will install the new system discovered that it wvas- wise to follow1 the Ecole (des Beaux-Arta in Paris.
onhi vsslth Bwdin wicin the step~s of other Fireshman classesF The first preliminary contest was corn- Los Angeles, March 20.-Al. G.
il sl;rth ri hi umr and obey the Sophminores. Represen- peted in by more than 150 students Barnes, circus magnate, was indictedl
rjc=( fact tha:t daylight communica- tatives of the .Sophmore class tookI from all patiftecuty eeystrIyfrpruyadfli
tion is now possible would be of great; the disobedient Freshmen in hand and These two honored Princeton men, fcain
adVa ata e to Art ic ex plorers dluring-
the cr1owned the lads with pots lined with C. H4. Dornbush and E. J. Gamubaro, -_____________
hesix monthxs period1 of completce oass retl odr
Ial~r fteAfi umr oass r h odr of the Princeton Archi- RATE YOU 81111SCRIBIl) YEri
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IlIlinois. -Attemapts5 to secure a merit !
syst camfotohiie pimon, will he made at3
i ill-men(l'Ssmoker Thursday. The
Union eetorate will be asked to vote3
fm- F T) '111 (idm~eiit to thle constitutiong
which wouild rive the ihoard of (direct-
erS po\V(1' 10 (creatIe a system by which
juniors and lower classmen wou1l be I
allowed to work up towards the presi-
(len cy.j

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for a bot any thesis, B. C. Tharp, can-
tldda e for a. I I.i). dlegree, has travel-jS
ted( 1 5,0(00) nilles 0 vein East texasin a 'i U NI VERSIT Y 11
V ord, In timhe, h e Hopes to Cover the lor"(~J(~ '
(iift I i e li'e sta o in his wo rkl( of :scientific ® B K S " F
u eA good peppy concert!
Hill Auditorium Admission Oc
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The fnew lmaby''(of the S ana,! e is
seen taking the air inl A shiimn5.i
lHe is Samuel C. P~rat Ion, s 'nator
fr-om Neb-'aska, anud is 3"i years old.
!Due to an unavoidable conflict it
has been found mm' ce rs ary to change
the (late (of the annual meeting and
initiation hanc,uet of the M\ichigan
Alpha chapter (fA' I'ii Beta. Kappa, na-
tiomil honorary scholastic fraternity,
fromn May 15 to Friday, May 8.
Pay for your Subscuiptton today.

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~WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
he left in the box at the Daly office
provided for ':nat purpose before 4
o'clock preceeding tie day of issue.

SATURDAY
10:009:00-Japanese bazaar at Lane
ball.
1 :30-Congregational ramble starts
from church.
2 :13-University of Michigan band
rehearses at band headquarters.
2 :15-"Castles In Spain" presented at
the Whitney theater.
7:00-8:00 - Eleventh anniversary
meeting of Upper 'Room Bible class +
in Lane hall.
7 :15-1Uiversity of Michigan band as.
sembles at Yost field house.
7 :30-Craftsmen' meet: at the Masonic,
temple,
8 :15-"Castles in Spain" presented at
the Whitney theater.
SUN DAY
10:30-hDr. A. ly. Stalker speaks on

5:30-Social half-hour at Wesley lull.
6:00-Wesleyan guild imets in Wes-
S ley hall; Charles Ilodgemnan, '23,4
speaks on "After One Year."
6:30-Prof. Z. C. D)ickinson spe'aks onI
"Why a Church?" at Unitarian par-j
! lors.
7 :30-Wesleyan wgildi lecture at Neth-
odist church; Dr. Joseph Fort New- -
ton of New York speaks on "The'
Science of Jesus.''
8:04-M1otion picture service at Con.,j
f gregational church; Clara Louisej
Burnham's novel, "A Chapter in 11crj
Life."
Word has been received by the Al-
umni association that Clesson T.
Bushnell, '15, one of the most loyal
alumni of Pasadena, Calif., is dlead
of tuberculosis. He was president of
the University of Michigan Glee club
while on the campus.I

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'-NION IA)EBTO IS ATTENTION
1,1e TUnion has lia td out ,$1011,-
101.02 ini interest on the bu'ilding
O ebt, WLE h 'iSs till standing
against the organization. The
amount of subscriptions for life
m embership in the Union which
are past dlue is $258,237.2-1. If
all uemniberI; who 0have 'Csuiiscrip)-
tionis which are ,past (due were
paid timp, th S is aO1 t finterest
would lavye been largely saved
andl could hatve ibeen appliedl
against the operating expenses
of time building.
A mortgage of $200,000 will be
due ini August, a id banks whichI
hold( the mortgage, will not re-I
new it. It' the dlft is to be paidI
it Avill have to be paid withI
monley raisedl on past-due subl-
scrip~tions5. As; a result, UnionI
officials urget that Union mem-
beris who 0wo mney oni their
11)iw sfh)O~i ps set tle their de bts,
in ordem 1thet t1wpionmol tlibeI
mrelieved of a, critic-alI fiancial I
situation.I

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TRINITY ENGLISH BETHLEHEM MEMORIAL CHURCH FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
LUTHERAN CHURCH EVANGELICAL CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST
Fifth Ave. and William St. (Disciples) 409 South .Division St.
Rnev'.L. F. GUM)ER MAN, Pastor (Evangelical Syniod of N. A.) New Church-Cor. H113 & Tappan
KENNETH B. JIOWEN, Minister 10:30 A. M.-Sunday morning ser-
vice; topic, "Matter.",
10:30 A. M.-Worship. Sermon: Fourth Ave. betiveen William and 9:30 B-hible School
"What Is It to Rlepent!" Packard 10:30-Morning worship. "Thte 11:45 A. M.-Sunday school follow-
Iligh Art of Living," by pas- ing the morning service.
5: :30-7 :30 - Student Fellowship tor.
HoradFrmmeeting. Pastor's sujc: cr'eCtge 12.00-Students Class taught by 7:30 13. M.-Regular Wednesday
Sorao ou ubject, Cpie o o.taridrte (ongrega Prof. A. L. Trout. evening testimony meeting.
Sujc" Ladie, ofL Con-lUne h (rs. 6 :00-Young People's Social H-our
('re. and lunch. The Reading Room, 008 First Na-
rce.6:30 P. M.-Young People's dis- 6:30-Christian Endeavor.tonlBkbudig is pe
W\ednesday Lenten Service, 7:30 cussioon hour. Topic: "Chris.- :0Evnn worship. Topic by diyfo'ak1 o5 'uligcoksoe
11. M. Subject: "Joseph of tiara Unity:" f pastor, "Whio Condemns Us?" daily fo 12t5o'lc, except
Ariatea Wednesday Evening, 7 :30-A Bible - Sundays and legal holidays.
Ariuat lca."study- open to all.
ZION LUTHERAN .'.xrAu a'ruiI ~Wup II CIuxr1l ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH CORNER CATHERINE and IIiSION STREETS CHU RCH
Washngtn S., ad FfthAve.HENY LWISRecor.(Missouri Synod)
WushiigoimSt.,andFifh Av. hE~hY LEISRecor.Third and 'West Hluroni Streets
E. C. STELLHO RN, Pastor H. L. LONSI)ALE, Assistant. CARL A. BRAUER, Pastor
RIACHIEL IIAVILAND, Secretary for Student Work, 9 :30 A. M.-Sermon in German.
9:00A. A.-Bile sudy our.:30 A. M.-7-Bible Class.
9:0A1.-il td'hu.Stunday, Ma'irch 22--1,eumrl t Sunidayin L1 enit. 11 :30 A. MV.-Sermon in English.
10:3 A. .-Sevic wit seron.Subject: "Glorified Through
"'Topic and text, "Thou Shalt 80 .M-oyCmuin the Cross."
Not Kill." 9:30 A. MW.---Church school. 5:30-7:30 11. M.-Student Club at
50to70--tet oilad 11:00 A. M.-Morning prIayer andl Baldwin lecture by the Rev. Samuel parsonage. The topic: "Does
5:30to 73 0-tudnt ScialandPauls , atCollege Education . Play
discusimiomi meeting. Lionel G. S.ewDrur'y, 1apsi. Dshre. ,head master of St. Pi' School, Concord, aItaxoc with a Weak Fhaith?"r
('rocker will speak on "Cap-Nw lnlhi.' will be led by Rate A. Clemo,
t ires of Concepts." 5:3:0' P. M.--Youmng People's Supper in the old chapel, back of the 2
church. Perry 11ayden, speaker. 7:30 1P. M.-Lenten sermon : "Je-
7 :2 P(1.li.----Lentn sermon, xit101. 6 :00 P. M.--Student Service amnd Supper. Discussion, sius in His Cruif-iixion."
out H3lemaishi." 7:30 P. l.---Evening ser'vice. The Rev. HI. 1. Lonsdale xil preach on WelconmeI
"Pont ius Pilate."

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"Law and Religion" at the Meth-t
odist church.
hO :45--Dr. Clarence BouwA speaks at
the Presbyterian church.
8 :O-Informal dlseusslon group for
Reformed Students meets at Lane
Lane hail, Dr. Clarence Bouma
;speaker.
4:00.6 :00-Cosmopolltan club) mem.
bers entertained at 1030 Martin-
place.E
5:30--Student supper and firesidet
chat at Congregational church. Mo-
tion picture survey at Ann Arborj
theaters.
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WANTED!1
Discarded Suits,
Overcoats, and
Shoes, Highest
cash price paid,'
Telephone, 2601j

Piping Rock Flannel

It. Edward Sayler, Minister
howavrd It. ('lupumain, 3litmist 1 0of'Stud~ents
Sonie Vital Que st ions
Warch :2 -" How Shall W~e 'Thinik of Sin""
Ma reh 29--Ilow ,Shall We Thank of Forgieness!"
C'hurclh Sunday school at noon. Two classes
for' studlents and friends mecet at Gluild House.
Mr.(Chapman~ and Drm. Waterman, instructors.
r : 30--yriendship 1Hour at Guild Hlouse. Refreshments.
6::30-Devotional umeeting. Maynard Phelps leads. is subject is "A
Reviw of Principal Jacks' book: "A living Universe:"

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
C'orner South State and Elast Washington Streets
REV. ARTHUR I'V. STALKER, D.1D., Minister
REV. IV. SCO'TT WESTERiM1AN, _Associate Minister
Rev. 1Donald Timermami
Ellen W. Moore
D~irectors of Student Activities
10: 30--Pastor's subject: "'Law and Religion."
12:00-12:45-Student Bible Classes at Wesley H-all.
5 :30-Social half-hour.
6:00-7:00-Wesleyan Guild meeting, Wesley Hall. Charles Hlodgeman,
'23, leader. A study in revaluation-"0So11ie Responsibilities
. of Church People."
7 :00-7 :30-Open house. Refreshments.
7 : 30-Wesleyan Guild lecture. Dr. Joseph Fort Newton, pastor Church -
of the Divine Paternity, New York City. Subject: "Tme
Science of JIesums:'

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister.
E. KNOX MITCHELL, U~nversity (Pastor.
10:45-1\oi'ning xworship. Mr. Jump will preach on "Volstead and
Jesus."

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Hiuroni Streets
SIDNEY S. hROBINS, minister.
Phillip E. LaRowe, Musical Director
10: 45-Organ Prelude

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