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PAGR EIGH'T

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WIIAT'S GOING ON Plans R~

SATURDAY, AR\TCIT28, 1925

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Faculty Favor
Union Chance

eeconstruction Of Devastated City

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Publication In, the Bulletin is constructive notice to all miembers of
the University. Copy received by the Assistcut to the Foeslent until
3:30,D. M. (11:30 a. m. SaturdayA
'olnurn fi SATUIAY, :MARCH 28,192, Ntinbier I'3I
Aotice to all Members of the 'University:
;Mall addressed ,as follows: "care of the University of Mtichigan" has
been delivered to the office, of the Secretary, Room 3, University Ilail. It
will be held until April 2, and should *be called for at once, giving date of
this publication, i. e. M~arch 28. This, list will not be reprinted. MAT 1
SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO STREET AND NUMBER
H., M. Alter Louis W~rkel
Harold Andersofn Russell L. Mustard
H. D. Austin, Esq.

That the proposedl aindmnt to
tlie constit utioni of the M~ichigan Union
is the only solution 1o the present}
p:icllemn of elections is the unaninout3
opiiiiot of the tnion board of direc-
to: s.

IEdward Barr
V. D. C'arpio

Frank Palmer
l. 1-. Pryor
Lotta Ogletree

Educational Club
Charlotte Fralick
Theda Holen
De Hart Hubbard

Donald Raymond
Toki Sato
R. 1. Sealby
Marguerite Steinfeld
Ruth Winkley
V. H. Wells

Intercollegiate Memorah Association

Richard Kimpton S. D. Yang
Shirley 11. Smithl, Seeretary.
Twilight Organ.Rlecital Sunday Afternoon:
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will offer the following program,
to which the public is invited, in Hill Auditorium, Sunday afternoon, at
4:15 o'clock.
Concert Overture (Maitland), Rosace (Mulet), Fugue in' D (Guilmant),
Dedication (from Suite "Through the Looking Glass") (Taylor), Minuet
(Rousseau), Variations on "Weeping, Fearing, Mourning, Trembling"
(Liszt), Meditation (Thais) (Massenet), Marche Slav (Tschaikovsky).
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Zoology l? (Heredity) :
Examination March 31. Those seated in Rows A to F inclusive will go
to West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall. Those in back of Row G will go to
Natural Science Building. Please notice that this is NOT the same dis-
tribution as in the first examination. A. Franklin Shiull.
School of Education--Pxysical Education fCurliculum:
Men in Physical Education should report for the second quarter of the
second semester in bliock work, Monday, March 30, as follows:
Baseball (F42b), Yost Fiepld House, 8 A. M.
School Programs (F44b), Waterman Gymnasium, 9 A. M.
Harvey C. Emery.
Ihio Cihi Prize:
All freshmen of, the Pharmacy School who intend to compete for the
Rho Chi Scholastic Prize should hand their names to Secretary Glover, not
later than April 2. The competitive examination will take place at 9 A. M.
April .4, in Room 300 Chemistry B~uilding. L. It. Wagenier.
Members of the University of Michigan Band:
The Band will assemble at the field house tonight at 7:30 to play in con-
nection with the dual track meet with Cornell. Special section reserved
for the Band. Capes to be worn. Robert V. Halsey, ID. At.
Read The .Daily "Classified" Columns

I san very niuchix infavor cf 1h'
hT',osed amendment,'' said Prof.
lfini-y C. Andersoni, a memb~er of the
bxoard. VII r my opinijon it is the only
worka ble pMau t overning election:,;
acid it ,hoti(li e Omphl1sizc(1 that this
i n o a t m t o th h a t of t e b adto co ntrol El ection :,. It is sim ply a nx
a rrangeoinent whereby the most w~or-
thy lh L1' I wihan iniS iUnion activities
may secure the offices ini prele'renlce to
thos~e who have done a ;smiallher a mount
of Work,
Dean Hlenry M. Bat ei , of the Law,
school, believes that t he amnendmient
would effec t a decided improvement
on the method of elec'ing Union cf-iei
1"It iaj a mleasure,", said Dean Fa tes,;
"at nin to protect those who are do-'
ing the most work: for' the Union, and
should miost certainly be adopted."
I-Jean Joseph A. Bursley believes
that the prop~osedi amendment should
be an effective means of eliminating I
undesirable politics in the election of
Unaion officers, and strongly adIvises
its adoption.
REGENTS FILL VACNC
SIN 0B9OARDOF THLETICS
IThomas J1. Hammond, of Chicago,
former Michigan hack field stair, was
appointed1 by the Board of Regents
Thursday to fill a vacancy in the
Board in Control of Athletics created
by the resignation of John D. H-ibbard,
'87E, Nvho has moved his residence4
to California. Colonel Hammond who
is commanding officer of the 124th
field artillery has for some time- been
headl of the Michigan alumni in Chi-
cago. Yl[is appointment was for three
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(a part which she carries off exceedl-
ingly pleasantly and well.
Polas, with her intelligent face, fa-
cile emotional display, andl uncommon
beauty is worth so much niore than
'the average pretty leading woman
that to bring a comparison to bear is
impossible. She is not confined to t:
type role; Chinese half-caste or hprin-
cess gives her no pause.
Her ability is appreciated incom-
mensurately, andl for performances
such as she gives in "Vast of Suez"
every single house should overflow.
ifChrist ;ScientistI

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Y. 3:1---1. V. ictlky leadls stu&,nt; WE,:-.~~;"
('uWSiOn class at the Presbyter- iI-..1
11d ---Jo1:t eiv ihl i 41n lectures on .v',~~:
'T'he linfluene of Christianity Upon jpjnlm
Cei tamn Social Pr-oblems in West-
ern ( iilization,'' in Lane hall. Mor e than 200 ot it's (it 1zeils dead, 10t00 or more of its children orphaned, and its homes andl shops anud
I-:1N'-- Organ rpeital by Mr. Palmerl factories in ruins, Muriphyboio, Il]., where the tornado took the greatest toll, is nev-ertheless struggling to
(hi istian in Il il] auditorium. arise anew.'While the ruins are still warm it N planning~ a better city. A grihic idea of the task before
*4:30---Sociai hour at the Presbyterian it is givenm above. Engineers 'ire now working on plans for the city which is, to irise ft om these ruins.
4:30-Superand fireside chat at the
Congregational church. Mr. Floyd
Stall- ITek n"rngn pFt- on't Borrow-Subscribe Today.
6:30-Youing Peoples' mieeting at thel
-Presbyterian church. r -r * * , * , * *
0-'O-- rppn Through Trinidd"1 'j-6U a a 0 aUEBM-a-R-
an illustrated talk given by Dr. 3
i~esonE.James in the Unitarian; B ook%-iD
Ichurch parlors. B oi
8:0-ltonpcueservie it thlsB r a n
Congregational church; Booth Tar- N01%tr
kington's "The Turmoil." Mr. F loyd I IOlutrgai Counters
Starr is the speaker. inU L fl IC
are f reshened up and made more at=
years starting June, 1924.
Charles B. DuChai'me, '06, Detroit'= tractive each day with new books
was re-appointed to the Board in Con -
trol of Athletics for an additional
three year period to commence this NL N V E R S Ir
coming June.
The Boardl in Control of Athleticsi;W- Lj O O TR
will hold a meeting at 12:15 today. In am~- ~ ---m---
t A 0Wa ma AIM=aM0 0a

' )eleteit he lox at the Di-;y fic te
prov ided for :nit tU 3 ose before 4
o'clock preCeChT1eitYtipflay of issue.
l.2_(00-('os1nioiai 1club 'luncheon
at the Chiurch of Christ.
3f-lamll starts fr'omzz he Coxxgrie-
gal ion al ('lirch.
7:fCb-S :00- -- roffessor (4 Ill of Wiscet-
silt spoa h 5to 1 pwr lRoomu Bible'
class inl Lane hall. Spe cial miusi..
7 :'U---C(rza ftsuaen tmeet al I the MaasonleI
7 :.3(k- I 'hez'ity balud assembles at
Yost Field house.
":0 :4t--- 'orita1 vs. Michigran track meet
inf Y~ost.t'"iel(I ilow5c>.
10 :30--V orl'eh track Ibittnet lit the l
U)nion.

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ALUMI DRECORSHOLD
SPRING- MEETING TODAY
Fifteen members of the hoard of di-
rectors of the Alumni association are
expected to attend the~ annual spring
meeting of that. body this morning at
the Union. Sessions will start at 10
O'clock and will continue during the
day.
The board will mainly consider
questions relative to the coming con-
vention of alumni clubs in Detroit
early in June and the finances of the
organization.
Wrangel, Alaska, March 27.-Tele-
grams received here announce a new
gold strike 250 miles northeast of here
on a tributary of the Eagle river-in the
Cassiar district, British Columbia, a
short distance from the placer discov-
ery made last September.
I, ndon, March 27. -- Microphones
and amplifiers are to be installed in
the House of Lords so the dear mem-
bers may hear.
Profits amounting to $20. were made
for the Symphonic League from the
candy sale held at the University
School of Music Wednesday.

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'TRINI'TY ENGLISH
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and Willianm St.
11ev. L.1. . UIDERMAN, Pastor
10:30 A. AI.-- Worship. Sermon:
"What Is It to Believe in
C'hrist?"
5 :30-7: 30-The Student Cltub will
visit(ether' denominational
group meetings.
Wednesd,:y, 7:30 P. M.-Lenten
service. Subject : "Nicodemus.'"

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BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of iN. A.)
Fourth A-ve. bet weeni William and
Pac (karid
(G. A. N EU1:' N, Pastor
Pastor's suoject : ''orsa ken by
(God."'
6:30 P. 1'1.-- \ol iig People's d is-
('ussion hour. Top(: : '"llis -
toi'y of the0 Bible."

MEMORIAL CHURCH

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OF CHRISTS
(ilisciples)
Newv ('March--Cor. lIIM & Tappan
KE NEAl'hIiB. BOW1EN, Minister
9 :30-Bible school.
10: 30-INVorninug worshipl. Tolc
"'What Shall 'We Dto With Our
Dreamers?''
12 :00 -Students Class taught by
Prof. A. L~. Trout.
6:00--Young People's Social Hlour
andl lunch.
6 :30 -Christian Endeavor. Live
toplic for open discussion. Oleni
to all young people.
7 :30---Eveniigw orship. Top~ic:
" Who Approve=s Us ?" A seqluel
to "Who Condeniin s Us:?"

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
- SCIENTIST
409 South Diiision St.
10:30 A. M.-Sunday morning ser-
vice; sub~ject, "Reality."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.,
7:30 P. M.L--Regular Wednesday
evening testitnony meeting.
The Reading Room, 608 First Na-
tional Bank building, is open
daily from 12 to. 5 o'clock, except
Sundays and legal holidays.

Anniounaces a. Frie e cure on
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
By
JUDGE' SAMUEFLIW. tCRFENE, C. S.
of Louisville, Kentucky
Mlember of the BoardI of Lectureship of ttile Mother Church,
The First Church (of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, 31ass.
-Iln-
NEW MASONIC TEMPLE
MIONlAY, IMAIRCI 30, 19,2
at S8:00 O'clock P. It.
The Public Is Cordially Invited to Attend

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CHURCH
Washingtoni St., and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor

CORNER.t CATHERINE and IISION S'TREETS
HIENRIY LEIVIS, Rector.
II. I. LA)NSI)ALE, Assistant.
RIACHIEL HIAVILAND), Secretary for Student W'ork,
8:00 A. M.-h~oly Communion.

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9 :00 A. M.-Bible study hour.
10:30) A. M.-Morning sermon. The
p~astor will pi'each on "Being
Kind andl Helpful One to An-
other." This is a second ser-
mon on the c'ommandment
Thou shalt not kill."
5:30 P. M.-Supper for students
whmich will be followed by a
social hour.
7:3(0 P. M.-Evening Lenten ser-
mon. Topic, "A Man of Sor-
rows." Isaiah 53:4-5.

.ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHUI RCH
(Missouri Synod)
TFhird hnd 'est Huron Streets
CARL A. BRAUJER, Pastor
9:30 A. M.-German.
10:30 A. M.-Bible Class.
11:30 A. M.-English. Mr. Cook
will preach on "Justification by
Faith."
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Student Club
meets at parsonage. Rev. B.
Poch of Ft. Wayne will speak
on his "Experiences is a Mis-
sionary in London."
7:30 P. M.-Lenten sermon by the
pastor.

9:130
11:00

A. M.-Church School.
A. M.-Morning prayer' and1 sermon. Bishop Pazge of Michigan will
administer the Rbite of Confirmation and preach.

5:301 P. M.-Young People's Supper in the Chapel. Mrs. Prge will speak.
6:00 P. M.-Stuident service and super. Bishoap Page will speak to the
students.

7:30 P. M.-Evening service. Ser'mon
ject, "Hierod."

by the Rev. 11. L. Lonsdale. Sub-

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WANTED!.
Discarded Suits,
Overcoats, and
Shoes, Highest
cash price paid.
Telephone 2501

Piping Rock Flannel

It. Edward Saytes, Minister
Hloward R. (Chapinan, Mhinister of Students
Soue Vital Questions
March 29)-"Hoiv Shall We 'T'hink of Forgiveniess?"
Church Sunday school at noon. Twxo classes
for students anid friends meet at Guild H-ouse.
Mr. Chapman and Dr. Wtermian, instructors.
5:30-Fiendship Hour ait Guild House. Refreshments.
6 :30-Devotional meeting. Dr. E. P. Russell will lead. H-is topic will
be: "Central Aims in Christian Living."

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Corner South State and East Washington Streets
11EV. ARITHUR W. STALKER, DI.1%' Minister
-REV. W. SCOTT WESTEJIMIAN, Associate Minister
Rev. Donald T'inermuan
Eicen W. Moore
D~irectors of Stuidenit Activities
[0:30-Pastor's subject: "OUT OF LENT."
12:00-12:45-Five Student Bible Classes, Wesley Hall.
5 :30--Social half hour.

ASociety

Brand

Fabric
- Silky
;exclusive

6:00-7:00-Wesleyan Guild meeting. Rensis Likert, leader.
ABOUT A IJNITED CHURCH?".
7 :00-7 :30-Open house. Refreshments.
7 :30-Evening worship. "The Gardener."

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'This is a fabric made specially for
Society Brand, a wonderful fabric unob-
tainable since the war until this spring.
It's a flannel, but not like other flannels;
it has a silky, lustrous finish all its own,
hardly to be matched in the most expen-
sive importations.

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister.
I:. KNOX MITCHELL, Vnhversity Past or.
10: -iS-Morning' service of worship. Address by Mr. Floyd Starr of the

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State amid Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister.
Phillip, F. Thllmve, 'Musical lDirector

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