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PAO1I FEIGHT

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice wt all members of
the University. Copy received lb) the Assistant to the P.-oi ent until
3:30 p.'m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdayb
Volume 6 SATUTRDAY, MAY 9, 1925) Numbter 16

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To the member, of the Senate Council:
The next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held in the
President's office Monday, May 11l, at 4:15 P. M.
F. E. Robbins, Secretary.
Freshman Pa ant:
There wilQ a complete rehearsal of the Freshman Pageant, Monday,
May 11th, at 0 o'clock, in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
A. S. M. E. Members:
A joint meeting of the Detroit Branch and the Michigan Student Branch
will be held Saturday at 2:00 o'clock in, Natural Science Auditorium. Mr.
Lane of Detroit gives an illustrated talk..
Luncheon is given at 1:00 o'clock in the Union. Call Prof. Boston for
reservations.
Student members are urged to be present at both functions. Others
who are interested are invited. Franklin 1,. Everett, See'y.
News .From Oither Colleges

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Bloomington, Indiana, May .-Can-
didates for general director, musical
director, business manager, and au-
thor of the manuscript' for the 19261
Jordan River . Revue at the University)
of Indiana have been informed that the
board in charge of1 the opera will
henceforth offer no money or prizes
for participants, but will make the,
honor of the position the sole recom-
pense.
New York City, May 8.-Columbia
university will advance more money
t~o students 'as loans and relatively
less as scholarships in accordance
with a new policy of financial assist-
ance to undergraduates. All future
loans will be made through a bank.
Austin, Tex., May 8.-Total royal-
ties from oil wells owned by the Uni-
versity of Texas are expectedl to ex-
ceed $1,000,000 annually and will make
possible the construction of new
buildings every year.
Berkeley,..Cal., May 8.-Plans for a
new addition to the library at the Uni-
versity of California have recently
.been submitted. The annex is to be
built on the same plan as a modernl
skyscraper in order to conserve space!
on the campus. The over. growing
supply of books hits made this move
imperative, and when completed, the
entire unit will house a million vol-
umes.
Lawrence, Kansas, May 8.-Twelve
thousand newsletters are being mailed
by the University of Kansas to high,
school seniors of the state for the purl-
pose of interesting them in Kansas
university. The letter is as large as
the four-page "The Daily Kansan,"
and reviews scholastic and athletic
achievements at the university.
Champaign, Ill.., May 8.-Anarchistic
attempts to discredit the educational!
systenw of the United States will be
made the target in a campaign to se-
cure one hundred 'per cent support for'
a' renaissance in culture at the Uni-
versity, it became known here re-
cently. An organization is to be form-
ed to fight the under-current of rad-
ical dissatisfaction Wand to promote an
increased and more efficient output of

'culture at the University. Sponsors
of the plan are convinced that drastic i
action must be taken if the University
is to continue its present plan for ex-
pansion.
WHAT'S GOING ON
b oe s to appear in this column must
bleft in the box at the Daily office
provided for tnat purpose before 4
o'clock precpeeine tae day of issue.
SATURDAY
12 :00-Foreigaii Student council lunchi.
eon at the Green Tree inn.
1 I:00-Lunelteoj for inmbers of the
A. S. M. E. at Union.
:30-5: 00-International exhildtion
of modern paintings from the Car-
negie institute of Pittsburgh, in-Al-
umni Memorial hall.
2 :04?-Camipus and city tour for mothf.
ers leaves Lane ball.
2:00-I1. 1. Lane speaks to Detroit,
Ann Arbor, and student members of
the American Society of Mechanical
Engineers, in Natural Science au-
ditorium.
3 :04-( ongrcgational ramble and p ie.
nic starts from church.
6: S:0-HBikers leave Wesley hal.
660-C (osmopolitan (clubi banquet at
!the Church of Christ.
SUNDPAY
10 :45-lDr. Anderson preaches on j
j"God and Mother Love," at the1
Presbyterian church.
12100--lloard Y:J)FeClusky leads
student discussion class at the Pres-1
byterian church.
12:00-Baptist guild nmeeting; student
classes at the Guild house led by
Professor Waterman and Mr. Chap-
mnan.
1:0- 5:00-International exhibition
of modern paintings from the Car -
negie institute of Pittsburgh, in Al-
unmni Memorial hall.
3:4)-Edgar A. VJnest s,eaks at Moth-
1ers' Day service in lill auditorium.
4 :00-Episcopalian Students' hike;
rmeet at Harris hall.
4:30-Unitarian Students' Union as-
sembles at the church for outdoor
meeting.
5 :15-Presbyterian Young People '
cabinet meeting at the church.
S :30-Student supper and fireside

church.
5-:30-Baptist gild student friendship~
hour at the Guild house.
0 :30--Installat ion of new cabinet at
the Presbyterian church.
0 :30-Baptist gilid devotional meet-
ing led b)y Wilma Weeks, topic:
"H-onoring Our Mothers."
8:W0-Motion picture service at the
Congregational church. Mothers'
SDay film, "The Lullabye."'
INTRAMURAL
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(Continued from Page Six)
flee by Monday afternoon will be de-.
faulted.
Following is a. list of matches whichi
must be played off by that time:
Singles: Dougall 7851 vs. Benham
7017, Swintz 9417 vs. Burstein 3751;
Fines 7017 vs. Knapp 5517, Darbaker
4468 vs. Finkleman 9024, Gibson 6981
vs. Greenspan 3582, Rearic 8053 vs.
Greene 8295, Ilirshman 9217 vs. Gold-
berg 5964 Briggs 3818 vs. Meyer
Doubles: Maloney 9024 and Viach.-
ees vs. Finkleinan 9024 and Segal
3540, Gross. and llirshman 9217 vs.
Rice-Wray anid Arendt 7217, Bartlett
and Bartlett .6817 vs. McKnight and
Partner 4.518, Sestok and Thomas 8217
vs. McLean and Conboy 6637.
Fraternity: Phi Gamma Delta vs.
Theta Xi, Gammna Sigmna vs. (Sigma
Alpha Mu, Chi Phi vs. Zeta Beta Tau,
Phi Mu Delta vs. Xi Psi Phi, Beta

er 6674 vs. Maloney 9024, Segal 3540, Meyer and Abbott 5318, Kuenzel andI
vs.Dreyer 7027, Rice-Wray 7217 vs. Harrigan 6636 vs. Greenspan and
.Marshall 3657, Sims 9442 vs. Greene j partner 3852, Ralin and Wilcox 21737
6317, Small 7973 vs. Davis 7157, Marsh vs. Wolfenden and(3 11 3818.

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TRINITY ENGLISH
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Fifth Xve. and Ivililani St
Rev. L. F. (WNTJER1IAN, Pasto:
9:30 A. id.--Bible schlool.
10:30 A. M.---Worship. Sermon,
''A Mother's Devotion."
5i : 30 P. M.---Student Fellowship
IHour.
6 :30 P'. M.--St udent Forum. "Sub-
ject: "Are Colleges More Re-
sp)onsible for the .Spirit of
U~nrest Than Communities in
(General'?" Leader, Louise Alf-
son, '26.

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BEUHLIHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between W11liam and
Packard

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G. A. NEUYMANN, Pastor

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

ZION LUTHERAN
.CIIURCH
Was hington St., and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHIORN, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Bible study hour.
10:30 A. M.-Sermon, "More Than
Honest."
5:30 P. M.-Student supper.
6:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Topic,
"Are Colleges More Respon-
sible for the Spirit of Unrest
Tjh an Comnmun ities in Gent-
eral?" Louise Alfsen, leader.

9:00 A. X--Adult Bible classes.
10:00 A. M.-English service.

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11:00 A. M.-German service. Pas-
tor's subject for the (lay:
"A Mother's Highest Privilege
andl Greatest Joy." No even-
ing meeting.

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WANTED!
Girls' Discarded Dresses
Coats and Shoes
Highest
x Cash. Prices Paid

Sport footwear

DISCIPLES
CHURCH OF CHRIST
New ('lurch-t'or. HIl & Tappan
KEV)ET11 B. BOWEN, Minister
9:30-Bible school.
10:30-Mothers Day. Special mu-
sic. Topic, "The Motherhood
of Mary."
6:00-Young People's Social Hour
andl lunch.
6 :30-Christian Endeavor.
7:30-Evening worship. "Satan
as Employer." Service short,
informal and open to all.

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister.
Phillip E. Laltowe, Musical Director
10:45
PROF. A. EUSTICE HAYDON
of the University of Chicago
Speaks on
"THE JOY OF LIVING"
4:30
Students' Union meets at church for outdoor meeting

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHUl RCHI
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
CARL A. BRA UERI, Paster
9:30 A. M.-Worship in German.
10:30 A. M.-Bible Class.
11:30 A. M.-Worship in English.
Sermon subject: "Christ's
Prayer for the Church."
2:30 P. X~- 4Students and 'young
People meet at the parsonage
for a hiking party. Discus-
sion in the open. Fred J.
Flom, leader. Topic: "Are
Elaborate Churches Justify-
able?"

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Footwear for sports or hik-
ing, in tans and combina-
tions, with crepe or leather
soles Very suitable for
golf.

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CORNER CATHERINE and DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, Rector.
NI. L. LOfiS1ALE, Assistant.
RACHEL IIAVHLAND, Secretary for Student Work,
8:00 A. A--Holy Communion.

$5.00 to $6.50
Wahr' s Shoe Store

CONGREGA'TIONAL CHURCH
HERBIERT A. JUM1.P, kinier.
.E. KNOX MITCHELL, Uuilversity Pastor.
10:45-Mother's Day service. University Women's Glee Club will sing.
Second in series of sermons on "Religion andl the Five Senses"
Religion and tile Artistic Sense"
4 :00-High School Federation. Travel Talk by Mrs. .rump.
5:30--Student Supper andi Firesidle Chat. Mr. D. L. Quirk, Director of
the Ypsilanti Players, will talk on " T'he Dramna anud the,
('onnun ilty."
8: 00-Motion picture service. MVother's Day film, "The Lullaby." Martin
Wisler, 'Z7-L, will speak on "How I Look at 31y Religion."

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CY B:. .BROWN
120 Fourth Ave.

9:30
11:00

A. M.-Church school.
A. M.-Morning prayer and sermon by the Rev. Mr. Lonsdale.

(down town)

108 S. Main

4:00 P. M. Students' Bike and Supper. Meet at -arris I-all.
4:45 P. Al.-E. Y. P. A. picnic. Meet at the church.

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
.1 Corner South State and East Washington Streets
REV. ARTHUR W1. ST ALKER, I). ., Minister

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