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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistht to .the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

Volume 8

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1927

Number 16

concert the respective coupon instead of peresenting the whole ticket. DR. ERIC TIOMSE
The concerts will begin on time, 8:00 o'clock, unless delayed for unavoid-
able reasons. The public is requested to be seated promptly as the doors will [TOLSTOY GR
be closed during numbers.
By joint order of the City Police Department and the University the Dr. Eric It. Thomsen, student coun-
following parking regulations should be observed: sellor and secretary of the Student
Tr.flic will be prohibited on North University avenue between Thayer and Christian association, used Sinclair{
Ingalls streets. Lewis' late book, "Elmer Gantry" as
Igaxics ad private cars may use both the Thayer street and the the basis for his talk at the first ueet-
Ingalls street side entrances. ping of the Tolstoy League which was
Local city buses will park on North University avenue, in front of the held yesterday in Angell hall.
Auditorium on the Ingalls street side, facing west. "Is Elmer Gantry the symbol of a
The large interurban bases will park on the street car tracks on North Dying Church?" was the question with
University avenue in front of the Auditorium, facing west, which Dr. Thompson started. He de-
Careful observance of these regulations will avoid much confusion and clared II. L. Meneken's praise of the
congestion, and will greatly simplify the matter of leaving the Auditorium, book "unfair and extravagant.' Ac-
Charles A. Sink, cording to Dr. Thomsen the value of
the book lies solely in its expose of
To All Landladies and Householders of Anu Arbor: the calibre of men directing the work

Universily Lecture:
The Rev. Dr. D. If. S. Cranage, M.A., Litt.D., who is in charge of all the
extra-mural work of Cambridge University, England, will lecture on "The
Mediaeval home of the Monk" at 4:15 p. m.,.Monday, October 10, in the Natural
Science Auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated with the stereopticon. The
public is cordially invited.
F! E. Robbins.
University Selolarships:t
Students o fthe Literary College who desire to become applicants for a
University Scholarship (value $200.00) should apply at once to the Dean's
Secretary, Room 1210 A.H., for an application, blank, to be filled out and
returned not later than October 8. Tomorrow is the last day.
Hugo P. Thliene
Faculty, College of Uterature, Science and the Arts:
Faculty Program blanks have been distributed through the Dean's mes-
senger service and all faculty members are requested to fill out the program
blanks and return them to this office a t their earliest convenience. Addi-
tional blanks may be secured by phoning the office.
John R. Effinger.
Civil Engineering 40:
Both sections I and H will be excused today in order that the members of
these classes may attend the highway traffic control meeting in room 348,
West Engineering Building.
R. L. llkrrison.
Greek 123:
On Tuesday, Oct. 11, a written paper will be given to cover lectures to and
including that of Oct. 4, and outside reading through the last assignment in
Gardiner and Jebb.
'area IE. Blake,.
M3ahewa tics Staf, Literary College:
There will be a meeting of those who are teaching sections of Courses 1,
2, 3, 4, and 7 in Room 3010 A. H. on Friday Oct. 7 at 5:00 p. m.
John W. Bradshaw.
Philosophy 31A, Section Friday 9:
This sectioA will meet in 408 Library instead of 106 M.H.
John upier.
To All Seniors:
Pleasee make your appointments with the photographers for your Michi-
ganensian pictures as soon as possible. Before making the appointments,
Order Slips.must be bought at the Michiganensian Business Office which is
open from 1 to 5 o'clock every afternoon. This order costs three dollars. two
dollars of which will be allowed by the photographers on any private order
which iiay be given before Christmas. No picture will be accepted unless it is
taken at one of the four official studios which are Dey, Randall-Maedel,.Rent-'
chler, and Spedding. By acting now you can get the most convenient ap-
pointments,
Bryan Hunt, Editor.
PilDelta Kalppa :
Members of Phi Delta Kappa will meet as usual for their weekly lunch-
eon at the Michigan Union this noon..,
BR. D. MlacNtt, President.
University of Xlchligan Band:
Drill today 5:07 at Yost field house with instruments.
k Gordon Packer, Drum Major.
To AU CiClarinet 1 yers:
There will be tryouts in Morris Hall at 7:30 for positions in the Varsity
band.
N. D. Falcone, 'Director.

ADDRESSES
UP ON LEWIS BOOK
church is that for the past twenty-five
years the church has consistently lost
ground. He scored some Metropolitan
preachers of the day, citing them as
examples of the decline of the church.
"There has come a time,", said the
speaker, "when it is necessary to
make a sharp distinction between the
religion of Jesus and the religion of
Christianity. But because of this
there is no need to organize a new
group, a new church, for the way to
aid is to attempt to inflict some Chris-
tianity in the real sense of the word
into the Chrisian religion as it stands
today. Stay in your church until you
get thrown out." According to Dr.
Thomsen the whole situation is
summed up in the following lines
from the book of Prof. C. H. Cooley,
"Those that are satisfied with the
church of today are those who have
Snot enough imagination to be Chris-
tians."

Cinnamon Brown

Toledo now leads the International
league pennant winners three game:
to one and the Bisons' only hope for
the junior title is to win four games
out of the next five.
Mil

Those having rooms for the week ends of the football games please phone
the Michigan Union.

1ilton McCreery, Chairman Reception Committee.

of the church today. It shows the big
men of the Christian religion and
their attitude towards present policies
of the church, and it shows the wealth
ofG poorermaterial, in the type of
Elmer Gantry.
Dar. Thomsen declared that the rea-
son youth has lost interest in the3

A new Fall shade for suits.
Patterned in herring bones,
and stripes.
Bark brown, a deeper shade
is also new We have a good
assortment of these two num-
bers. Also other browns and

Professor Receives
Copies Of New Book,
Prof. George E. Meyers of the
School of Education has just received.
author's copies of his new book which
is entitled, "The Problem of Vocation-
al Guidance." Professor Meyers is
professor of vocational education and
guidance and has achieved a substan-
tial reputation among educators in
this line in the country.

URBANA, Ill., Oct. 6.-(By A. P.)-
Seven University of Illinois students
were dismissed from school by the
council of administration on charges
of gambling, council authorities re-
vealed after a meeting. The council
refused to divulge the names of the
students or the specific charges, but
said that four of the men were dis-
missed for the remainder of the school
year and the others for the remainder
of the present semester.
KANSAS-Governor Paulen will beE
present at the dedication program of
the new university auditorium Oct.
14.

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Alabama Cotton Pickers Bill Watkins' Wolverines
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DON'T FORGET OUR REGULAR
FRIDAY NIGHT DANCE

Cosinopolitan Club: -
Attention is called to the change in program . The reception scheduled at
the home of Professor and Mrs. Edwin C. Goddard for Friday, October 7, will
take place on Saturday, October 15
Instead there will be a business meeting on Friday, October 7, at 7:15 p.
m. in Lane Hall. All members are urge d to be present. A change in the con-
stitution and discussion of the Club's affiliation with the National Organiza-
tion will be considered.
Raja F. Howrani, President.
Choral Union Concert Regulations: f
In order to avoid confusion and congestion on the occasion of concerts in
Hill Auditorium, the public is respectfully requested to conform to the follow-
ng simple regulations.
Please detach from season tickets and present for admission for each

T ckets
at Slaster's

It is advisable to get
tickets in advance, as our
capacity is limited

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By PORTER EMERSON BROWN

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The Mimes Theatre Box Office will be open
for the advance sale Friday, September 30th, at
10 A. M. All seats are reserved and priced at 75c.
Phone orders taken and held until six o'clock day

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