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MSA1,UR.DAY, OCTOBE~R 16, 1926

TH17E MICHIGAN DAILY.

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PAGE THREE

-CRAD5ESLOWER
T"HAN IN, 1913,
FIGURES SHO WI
Judging from the number of "A"
and "B" marks given by professors in
1925-1926 :compared, with those given
in 19124913, the relative, chance of a
student's obtaining a high mark is
rapidly diminishing, according to fig-
ures shown yesterday by University
authorities,. The figures were corn-
piled for the literary college only.
Of courses given in 1912 *and 1926,
23 were selected at random for a basis,
of comparison; Of these 23 represen-
tative courses, there ,has been an aver-
age decrease in 16 courses, 'in tje
Jtmuber of "A" ,marks .given, of four
*~one-half, per, ,cent.-,*In,but five
courses has there been any increase
in the number of "A" marks, two
courses awarding about- the s~Ame
marks las9t year as in .1912. In 14
courses the number of. "B" marks
given was six per cent less last year
than inf 1912. And in practically
every course of the representative
23 the number of "C" marks given out
was higher last year than in 1912.
The five courses of the 23 in which
any increase in the number of "A"
marks g).ven out was noted were those
in French, Spanish, fine arts, biology,
and German., The grades of the
rhetoric" and mathematics depart-
hients were practically the same last
year as in 1912.
;As a whole, courses showed generall
decreases in the number of "A." and
"B3" grades given, and slight increases1
In the unber of "C" marks.
B3ELGRIADE, Jugoslavia.-The Ju-
goslavia' cabinet under Premier Ou-
zounovitch resigned yesterday. The
foreign Atinister, Dr. Ninchitch, may
be the flew premier.
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WVISNGTON GOVERNOR Beethoven Mass
UNDER UNIVERSITY FIRE., To Be Presented
At Next Festival'

"Beethoven Mass in D", has been
chosen as one of the numbers to be
given by the Choral Union at this sea-
son's festival, according to Earl V.
Moore, director of the chorus. This
'work, which is considered as one of,
the best known choral compositions in
all musical literature, has been heard
in the middle wvest only a few tingesi.
This fact, according to Mr. Moore,
will make this season's festival an
outstanding event.
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Roland If. Han '&Y
Governor of Washington, against
whom itis rumored impeachment pro-
ceilings may be begun, as a result of
the removal of Dr. Henry Suzzallo,
head of the University of Washington,
by the regents of that school.
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Catholic Students'
Chapel
Willia m and Thomipson
"Th~Je One Thing Worth While"
by the Chaplain
Sundtay Masses
8:00 and 10:00
Rev. M. P. Bourke, Chaplain

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Monday, October 18
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330 Maynard St.
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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
State anid Wash iNgton Streets
10 : 30-- Sernmon, "The Viid elba able,"
Dr. Stalker,.

PRESBYTERIAN CH3URCH IRST BAPTIST CHURCt4

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12: 00-Student Bible
Wesley Hall.
6: 00-Wesleyan Guild
tin Moll.

Classes at
led by Mar-

C'orner Ihuron anti DIvision -Sts.
Merle 11. nderson, AMinister
Lewis C. ieihianl
Mrs. Nellie 11. Cad-weli
Studlent Secretafries "r k
9:30--Church School with Student
Class led by Dr. Albert Hyna,
Assistant Professor of History,
onl " ide history of Religilons."
10 :45-"iDigging Ditches;" by the
Minister. Five minute talk on
the new church. project by
Prof. J. B. Ednmonson.
12:00-Open Forum led- by Prof.
Preston W. Slosson, Ph.D.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
6:30-Young People's Society. Ad-
dresses by Chinese Students
on "The Student Movement in
Cluitn ."

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RI. 1'hi ard S4ayles, .Minister
llowvaid It. (lapl)mn I, Minister of
Students
's'i III tEiA40NhON )F IOYAJLTY"1
will he the subject of Mr. Sayles'
sermon at 10():45 Sunday.
10: 00-Dlr. *Leroy Watermuan will
mleet a student clas., at the
Guild H ouse to discuss "Sci-
elc an3ld ReliiAon in the
11ible."
12:00-A second student class -=ill
mleet at Guild house.
5 :30 ---Friendship hour for student,)
andl young people.
6: 30-DcvotionaI meeting. Open
discussion. Miss Gladys Saun-
ders, leafier. Topic: IIV~im
tioiis-1o They thy?~"

CWRC,
Herbert A. Jiump, M.,is' er
HeenmItRami say, St nientD'I)Xreto~r
10:45-Mr. Jump will preach. "h
Feligioil of 4 IIe~jiere
4 P. Mx. and S P. 't4.---Mot ion pictture
services. I fafolil Bell Wrighl 's
"Whellit vMn aMt.' '1s
Thelma Lewils, soloi.
5:30-Student supper an dl,(1iul-
sion, "Tbe lModern Idea.(~
Geld," Smal groups for discus-
s ion.

7: 00-Open House and, refresh-
ments for students.
':30-Edgar A. Guest, Wesleyan
Guild Lecture Course.

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron

Sidney S. 'Robins, Ph.D.,- Miiister
Oct. 17, 192d.
10:45 A. M.
Morning Service
"The React ion Aga inst Intelligence"
5:45 P. M.
Candlelight Supper
6:30
Professor E'. Blythe Stason
of the Law School
" Super-"Power"

FIRST CHURCH .OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Di1vision St.
10:30 A. K.-Regular mornin g ser-
vice, subject: "Doctrine of
Atonejuent."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45-Wednesday evening testi-,
monial meeting.
The Reading room, 10 and 11
State Savings Bank building, is
openl daily. from 12 to 5 o'clock.
except' Sundays and legal holidays.

BETHLEHEM'
EVANE3LCAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Sync(,d of 'N. A.)
G. A. Neullmann, Ilinislci'
9 :00 A. .fit.-Sanday sc oocl.

ST. ANDREW'S
E2PISCOPAL CHURCH
D ivision anldCthrn Street s
Ifhenrky Ieis ,Refctor
8 :0 GA. 11I.- -holy Communion* (in
the Church).
9:00 A. IVI.- Holy Communion
(W iliiarim;s Memorial Chapel,
llmr TaV lil).
10 :00 A. All,-- Student discuss ionr
c''n _ Ha <irs I lall.
I11:00 N.\I.- 2Iorufing Prayer oand
i' bn y he lie . Henry
f6:f0 '. i. --'t uflent supper (I lar-
"Irrs 1lall).m
.00 to 6 :00 1P. .-ope ouse1)i'
a -h_(11rQ 121 in ri 1 1 ai ll .

.0 :00 A. XT. Ise' uia molning Serl-
vic e. Sermon hy the pastorC.
11:00 A. IM.-German servic-o.
6 :30 1'. AT. --oling'People's Ii ouir.

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BNAI BRITh ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
HILLEL FOUNDATION ~I, ashimgfl St. and Fifth Av e.
615 Fast Vniversiiy Dial 3779,
E. C. Stelhhorn, Pastor

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Cornier' lill and T.1)1)1
Rineth 1., Bowen, MlitIister
10:3,0--MAorning worshaip. "!nl11er,
AN~ati."1

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(AMissouri Synod)
I Third and WeA t huromi Streets
C. A. BRAFEJI, Minister.
n 0:00 A1. T.--c ,rmian.

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Sunday, October 17
4 :00 at Lane Hall

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