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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SATUTRDAY, APRIL -25, 1925

DAILY OPICIL BULLETIN* TW.PEILUM R
Publication In the -Bulletin is constructive notice to. all members of BULLIJINS PUDLISIED
tboUn ivriy r r~ir~f wv(",. b, h a +1~Af pij 1-,. to+ha Pra .,inti

Lue uuier... ma * . 4j!J * ece veu :j Tm.F HL.L.LuL uokrv CeL uIULI
i 3:0 p m.(11:30 a. m. Saturdays
Volume i SATUJRDAY, APRIL 25, 1925) 'uimber 1304
University C'omittee on Diploma Schools:
The University Committee on Diploma Schools will meet in the Presi-
dent's Office, Monday, April 27th, at 3 P. M.
J. B.Edinuons~on, Secretary.
To Students Interested i Learning Particulars About Summer WVork
With the 11. J. Heinz Companfy:
Mr. A. E. fHldebrand will be at the Michigan Union Saturday, the 25th,
to interview those interested-at any time except lunlch hour on Saturday.
J. A. Bursley.
Students Interested in Summer Work:

A representative of the Fuller Brush Company will
interested in summer work in room 2, University Hall,
April 25th, from 8 to 12:30;*

interview students
Saturday morning,
J. A. Burslby.

Senior Engineers:z
Word has just beens received to thme effect that Mr. I. B. Shoup of the
Marion Steam Shovel Company will be in Ann Arbor on Tuesday, April
28th, instead of the.26th and 27th as already announced in the Official Bul-
letin. Students wishing to confer with Mr. Shoup with regard to employ-
ment after graduation may see him at Room 225 West Engineering Building
on the 28th . L. 14. Gran.
Senior, Engineers:
Subscriptions to "The Alumnus" may be secured, at the special rate
of $2.50 from .the following men:.
J. A. Barkovitch C. L. Palmer
L. F. Beach G. Page
F. L. Everett_ H. A. Sheridan
R,'. R. Graichen C. P. Teeple
L. H. Kent A. M. White
H. E. McArthur
Caps and gowns ordered this week will arrive in time for Swingout.
Tickets for the' Senior Banquat may be secured from Kurt Keydel and
A. M. White. Waldo K. Greiner, Pres.
Psychology 31:
The make-up mid-semester examination will be given Saturday, April
25, at 10 o'clock in Room P. 162 N. S.
Hloward G. Scabill.
Attention, Art Students:
The Inlander wishes to use in the next issue several wood block cuts.
Cuts in either wood or linoleum can be used in the presses without harm
to the block. They may be of any size up to five by eight inches and may
be mailed with a proofd' mini . ~n t ),rne ,, ll4...-.. r..1nf ;, t,, 2 , .

Two special bulletins, describing
work which wvill lie offered in the
Summer session, are now off the
press and may be of tained at the
Sumnmer session offices in Universityl
Shall.
Thl,s bulletin announcing the
courses in. physics, gives a brief des-
cription of the equipnment « t the dis-
posal of the dlepa rtment, andi des-
cribes the 28 courses which will be
offered. InI the secondi bulletin are
described courses wvhich will be of-
fered in hygiene, p~ublic health, and
related1 subijects. Courses of study
are grouped undler seven general
heads, as: hygiene and public, health;
public health administration, social
Iwork ; public health laboratories, at
the University, andl at Lansing; vital
statistics, biometry; health education
and publicity; physical education
andl recreational activities; and gen-
eral courses which should be of in-
terest to p~ublic health workers.
Two other bulletins, one in library
methods and the other in business adl-
ministration, will be issued this week.
Cover Car Tracks
On Monroe Street
Car tracks on Monroe street, from
SState street to East University aye-
nue, have been covered with gravel
by the street commission department.
The work was done as a part of the
grading program carried out on that
street, in which a portion of the road-
way was plowed up, treated with oil,
and smoothed with a steam roller.
Receive New Maps
For French Study
Eight mnaps, revisedl to show the1
present territorial dilvisions of France,
have just b~eeni received from that
country b~y the Romance languages
department. The reaps will be used
ini conjuinction withI work in the;
French depart ment.

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Fuller Brush company meets stu ; used in conjunction with the auto-
dlents who are interested in sum- m natic dial system soon to be put in
mer orkin oom 2 Ioperation l y the Ann Arbor branchl
mer wor in roo 2, University' of the Michigan B3eli Telephone corn-
12:15-Cosmiopolitan cliub luncheon at pany, have been received from the
the hurc of hris. printei5rs ed will be mailed to the
1'43 1ivrit irls' Glee chub re. 8,200 subscribers sonic time next
Shearses in H ill auditorium.Thdietrscoantecags
I :1 ---Cosniopolitau clubi)hoils ec- iThumerectoriscotain th e chanes
tion at the Church of Christ. Ii ubr ~lih r obcm f
i ~e B cnt Bble E fective when the cut-over to the new
:110-S-0- ipr lomBilecls system is made. Printed slips giving
myeets in Lane hall. W.IH. IHend- the actual dlate of the cut-over are
erson, sp~eaker'.
7 :30--Craft smen meet at time Masonh'
Tem ple.
'UITAYD Fine Straw Hats Fine Hi
91:20-German service at !t, Paul's!I~FltHt
Lutheran church. C. A. Brauer,!W ieFetH t
minister.
10f:30J--Bibile classes at St. Paul's Lii-j. And a W~onderful Si
theran church, Prices R(
10 :30-Rfev. Mr. Ken net i It. Bowenj
p~reaches on "Salvation a 1a Mode,"
at the Church of Christ. The choir lU EA
will sing "Gallia," by Gounod. I32 So
11 :30-English service at St. Paul's32 yo
Lutheran church.. Rev. Mr. C. A. - -
Brauer preaches on "Shepherd and
3.30-Ujniversity Girls' Glee club meets ,
in Hill auditorium for the tiih
4:5-r PlmrChiristian, Special
irl' Gee lubpresent twilight
concert in IHill auditorium.
3:301-Studenit supper and fireside chat
at the Congregational church. The
topic is "Dates and Dating: Boy________
and Girl Friendships."
5:30-7 :30-Students' social hour, supl-
per, and discussion at St. Paul's W
Lutheran church.I
3 :43-Uumnitarian Students' Union se
(ial meeting at the church.
7 :30-Rev. 111r. A. J. MlcLeod, Tibet ,iI//.rJ1~,.I '*/re., ".P;

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WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
he ,left in the b'ox at the Di)ly office
irov ided for Pat purpose before 4
o'clock precee.Ijnp toe day of issue.
SATURDAY
00--Thle semi-finals for the Atkin-I
son Memorial contest are held in
room 302, Mason hall.I
110-~1:x3-A rereseo~ntSfofitnof the

missionary, speaks at the Church of
Christ.
8 :1--liotion pilem serfiee at the'}
Cong'regational church. Mlarguerite
Coum tot in "The Steadfast Heart."
Numbers C hanged
I In New Directory
Newv telephone directories, to be

sealed around the outside of the
books, with the request that they
shall not be removed until the proper
day.
Traffic Signals
1 Are Success ful
Automatic traffic signal lights re-1
cently put on trial at several of the
more iumportant intersections onI
Main street have been proving en-
tirely satisfactory, according to a re-
port by the police department. The
signals, which are designed to do;
away with traffic officers at the in-
tersections display red, green, and'
orange lights, in addition to ring-
ing warning bells, and are of a type
now in use in many Michigan cities.
They are suspended from wires
stretched above the middle of the in-
tersections.

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Office, 3222. Angell Hall. Full acknowledgement will be given each cut used. flenry arriere and coinpaniy of
The Editors. Paris are the publishers.
Contibuorsto te Iianer:Lansing, April 24. - A tentative
Contibuorsto he daner:agreement was i'eaclied todlay by
f Manuscript for the poetry issue of the Inlander will be received at the leadlers of the House and Senate to
Press Building until May first.1 adjourn the Legislature next week.
The next group meeting will be held Wednesday evening, April 29th, at_____________
7:30, at Professor Cowden's, 1016 Olivia. Manuscript to be read at this
meeting should be left beforehand in the Rhetoric Office, Angell Hall. ( Th Union has a first mort-
A number of manuscripts which were submitted without return postage ( gage on the b~uilding in the
may be obtained on application at the Rhetoric Office.+( amount of $200,000 coming due
'Tihe Edlitor's. ( in August which the banks re-
Ifuse to renew. In some way
Dental Students with 'a Condition in Organic Chemistry: eog onytIa ofti
The exam for dental students who were conditioned in chemistry 61 ( mortgage must be raised by that
last semester will be given in Room 122 Chemistry Building on Saturday, (. time. The only income which i
May 2, at 9 A. M. ye, ,Anesn will do this is that which is
Leih C Anersn. I owed by life mlemibers on past
Clssca JuralClb due subscriptions. More than}
ClasicalJoural Cub.:f ($200,000 is over duec on thesej
The Classical Journal Club will meet on Monday, April 27, at 3:00 P. Al. I subscriptions and Union officials
in Room 2014 Angell Hall. Jaumes E. Dunlap, Secretary. ( urge all members who owe mon-
e y on their subscriptions to pay
( up immediately in order that a
'J cko T ea timie been affiliated with Mrs. Anna 1 financial crisis may be averted. I
iBerger Lynch of Jackson, who was(({
Glee Club Leader at one time a world-famed cornetist. i_-____ _
Miss Nora Crane Hunt of the Uni-f Dr. Helen Wooley of the Merrillf( SENIOR ENGINEERS
versity School of Music and director Palmer school of Detroit addressedIl
of the University Girl's Glee Club j the Michigan, Dames at a meeting:I In order to have the caps and
will take part in a concert to be given Tuesday evening at the Faculty; 1 gowns here for Swing-out senior
at the Congregational Church in Women's Club. Her subject was ( engineers must place their orders
Jackson on Monday evening. Psychological Training of Children ( with the Moe Sport shop this
The concert will be sponsored. and The next meeting of the MichiganI week.

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TRINITY ENGLISH BETLEL H FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIS'T ZION LUTHERAN
LUTHERAN CHURCH EVANGELICAL CHURCH SCIENTIST.
(Ev angelical Synod of N. A.) CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and William St.l Fourth Ave. between William anid 409 South Division St. Washington St., and Fifthm Ave.
Rev. L. F. GUNDERMAN, Pastor Packard 10:30 A. M.-Sunday morning ser E. C. STELLllORI, Pastor
Awtw . A.NEUMAN, Pstorvice; subject, "Probation After'
9:30 A. M.-Bible school.Dah
11:45 A. M.-Sunday school follow-
10:30 A. M.-Worship. Sermon, 9:00 A. M.-Bible classes. ing the morning service.
"The Good Shepherd." ________
5:30 P. M.-Student Fellowship 10:00 A. M.-English service. 7:30 P. M.-Regular Wednesdayvoc.!
Hour. evening testimony meeting.
11:00 A. M.-German service. 6:30 P. M-Student Forum. Sub-
6:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Sub- Pastor's subject at these ser- The Reading Room, 608 First Na- ject: "What Shall I Do With
ject: "What Shall I Do With vices: "The Faith Victorious." tional Bank building, is open My Life?" Prof. H. Y. Mce
My Life?" Prof. H. Y. Mc- No evening meeting this Sun- daily from 12 to 5 ,o'clock, except Clusky.
Clusky.dy. Sundays and legal holidays. I
MEMORIAL CHURCH UNITARIAN CHURCH ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
OF CHRIST-DISCIPLES CHU RCH
New Chureh-Cor. Hill & Tappan State and Huron Streets (Missouri Synod)
KENNETH B. BOWEN, Minister SIDNEY S. ROBIN, Minister.' Third anud West Huron Streets
Phillip E. LaRowe, Musical Director CARL A. BRAUER, Pastor
9:30-Bible school.
10:30-Morning worship. Music, 10:45 93-emn
Gallia, from, Gounod. Topic
by pastor: "Salvation a la " H R D E T R 10:30-Bible Class.
mode."WHR ADE UR LIS
12 :00-Students Class, taught by
Prof. A. L. Trout. 5:45 11:30-English sermon. Subject:
6 :00-Young People's Social Hour
and lunch.tudnt' SocialMetn "Shepherd and Sheep."
6:30-Christian Endeavor. ~tunsMeig
7:30--Rev. A. J. McLeod, inission- 5:30-7: 30-Students' Social Hour.
amy in Tibet, will speak. "Thc Church Without v Crecd" S
Public invited to both services. Suipper and discuission.
~t. Anb~rrt'I 1EptouCIpat1.1 hrri4 CONGREGATIONAL CHURCOH
CORNER CATHERINE and DIVISION STREETS
HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister.
HENRY LEWIS, Rector. E. KNO:X MITCHELL, Unlverslty Pastor.
it. L. LONSDALE, Assistant.
RACHIEL IIATILAN1D, Secretary for Studenut Work.
10:45-Service of worship. Sermon by Mr. Jump: "THE PLEA OF A
PACIFIST."
5:00A. M-Hol Comunio. 300-Junior Motion Picture Service. Original story by Mr. Jump:
9 :30 A. M.-Church School. "THIE JOLLY TROLLEY LINE," and time evening film.
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer and sermon by the Right Rev. Robert 5:30-ntudent Supper and Fireside Chat. High School Federation as
Leroy Harris, D. D., Bishop of Marquette. guests." Discussion: "DATES AND DATING : PROBLEMS
OF BOY AND GIRL FRIENDSHIPS."
4:45 P. M.-All high school students meet at the church for the
E. Y. P. A. pinc 8:00-Motion picture service. One reel Forestry Week feature, "PINES
THAT COME BAC'K" and Marguerite Courtot in "TlE'
6:00 P. M.-Student Service and Supper. Bishop Harris will speak. STEADFAST HEART."

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