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TWO NEW DECORATIONS
BADGES GRADE LOWER THAN
CON4,RESSIONAL MEDAL OF
,ashington, March 23-Pressure of
public sentiment is believed to have
had much to do with the decision of
the war department, to supplement the
congressional medal of honor with
two new decorations for those dis-
tinguishing themselves in the war
The new decorations have been de-
signated "The Distinguished Service
Cross," and "The Distinguished Ser-
vice Medal." Already these titles
have become abbreviated to "D. S. C."
and "D. S. M." In the official order of
the war department announcing their
creation, they are described as fol-
For (Great Heroisma
"Distinguished Service Cross. - A
bronze cross of appropriate design
and a ribbon to be worn in lieu there-
of, to be awarded by the President, or
in the name of the President, by the
commanding general of the American
expeditionary forces in Europe, to any
person, who while serving in any cap-
acity in the army, shall hereafter dis-
tinguish himself, or herself, or who,
since April 6, 1917, has distinguished
himself or herself, by extraordinary
heroism in connection with military
operations against an armed enemy
of the United States under circum-
stances which do not justify the award
of the medal of honor.
"Distinguished Service Medal -- A
bronze medal of appropriate design,
and a ribbon to be worn in lieu there,
of, to be awarded to any person who
has distinguished himself or herself,.
by exceptional meritorious service to
the government in a duty of great
responsibility in time of war, or in
("onnectioI with military operations
against an ari ed enemy of the United
A RBOR STEAM
Estblished 1887 1
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
ANN ARBOR. CHURHES
First Congregational- Church
Palm Sunday services at . 10:30
o'clock with sermon by the Rev. Lloyd
C. Douglas on the subject "Pageant-
ry." New members will be received
into the church. Plymouth Round
Table meeting at. 6:30 o'clock address-
ed by Prof. W. R. Humphreys on the
subject, "The Bible and Religious
' St. Andrew's Church
Hly Communion at 8 o'clock.
Morning service with sermon by the
Rev. Mr. Harris at 10:30 o'clock. Palm
Sunday music will be sung by the
St. Thomas' Roman Catholic Church
Masses at 7, 8:30, 9:30 and 11:30
o'clock with reading of the Passion
and Blessing of the Palms at 11:30
o'clock. Retreat begins at evening
services at 8:30 o'clock, lasting until
Wednesday. Sermons by the Rev. Fr.
E. T. Taylor of Lainsburg.
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock
with Palm Sunday sermon by the Rev.
L. A. Barrett on "The Imperial
Christ." Bible school following
morning service, and Young People's
meeting at 6:30 o'clock preceded by a
social half-hour beginning at 6
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Holy Communion at 10:30 o'clock.
Prof. T. E. Rankin addresses Young
Men's class at noon and Wellington
M. Logan speaks at Young People's
meeting at 6:30 o'clock. Wesleyan
Guild lecture at 7:30 o'clock by
President J. A. Burns of Oneida In-
German M. E. Church
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock
with sermon by the Rev. H. Bau on
the subject, "Behold Thy King Com-
eth." Evening services at 7 o'clock
conducted in English by H. L. Weiss
of Cleveland, Ohio. (Central stand-
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eared Persisent atching and
trailing has brought some of the facts
to light. Two of the silent visitors
have been identified, and the identity
of the third is suspected.
One of the mysteious trio is the
c r; he has to be there every day.
The second is The Daily reporter; he
as seve:al deioerits against him, and
the city editor makes him go there.
The third is thought to be a professor.
The question now is: What would
.i professor do there?
7, LE iT LNTISEXPOSED TO
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To issue Wound Ribbons
The same order provides for the is-
suance of "wound ribbons" to officers
and men mho are injured in action,
and for "war service chevrons" for
each six months' of service during
the present war.
The phrase "under circumstances
which do not justify the award of the
medal of honor" refers to the restric-
tion included in the regulations gov-
erning the award of the most highly
prized decoration in our military ser-
vice and-it is generally conceded-
the most difficult to obtain of all in-
signia regardless of what country is
the sponsor. This restriction makes it
necessary for the deed of heroismp to
be "outside the line of duty."
Decoration Fills Need
Troops which defend a postion
against seemingly impossible odds, the
officer who, at risk of his life, saves
his guns from capture, the naval ofli-
cer who, under orders, braves a mine-
infested channel, are not eligible for
the medal of honor, since the acts en-
umeratcd would all be considered as
within their duty.
The "D. S. C." and "D. S. M.," how-
ever, will enable the government to
fittingly recognize these men without
lowering the high standard which has
been set for the highest decoration.
All Get Service Ribbons
Broadway M. E. Church
Class meeting at 9:30 o'clock and
Epworth League at 6 o'clock. Eve-
ning service at 7 o'clock. The Rev.
0. F. Winton, pastor. (Central stand-
Bethel A. M. E. Church
Palm Sunday service at 10:30
o'clock with sermon by the Rev. J. A.
Charleston on "The Flourishing of
the Righteousness." Class meeting at
11:45 o'clock and evening worship at
7:30 o'clock, with sermon on the sub-
ject, "Jesus Finishes' His Work."
(Central standard time.)
First Baptist Church and Church of
Sermon by the Rev. J. M. Wells at
10:30 o'clock on the subject, "Where
is God in the Present World Dark-
ness?" Dr. J. C. King will address
the Guild Bible class and the Rev.
Goodenow will speak at the Guild
meeting at 6:30 o'clock on "My Duty
as a College Man."
Discussion at 4 o'clock on the'"Sev-
enfold Wrath of God." The Rev. J.
M. Wells will speak at the vesper ser-
vice on "The Triumphant Christ."
Come in and let us show you.
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ysterious things have been hap
ing on the campus.
very day certain Individuals ha!
1 seen entering the museum. They
three in number, and as rbgular
clockwork they appear. At
same time every day they come,
not togeLther. Each one comes
rately, and leaves the same way.
hey are furtive in their move-
ts, as if they did not wish it
win that they were in.the v'nily.
Athly they walk, stealthily they
e. Never does one of them meet
other two, and none of them ever
is anycne. The three are the only
ey are the, only ones who venture
te the building. What they do
s is a m'Ystery-a deep Insolvable
:ery. What can one d in the Zoo-
Three students, rooming at the home
of Mr. Charles !hent, 619 Chucrh
street, who was taken ill with small-
pos Friday night, have been exposed
to the disease. hey have been vac-
cinated, however, along with the rest
of' the family, and it is believed that
no further cases will develop. The
health o(ficer stated last night that
there was considerable smallpox in
Detroit, where Mr. Ghent was exposed.
Midhig'an m ens Annual Lunecheo i
Tickets for the annual Michigan
women's luncheon to be held March 30
in Iarbour gymnasium, are in charge
of a committee composed of Beatrice
'ayles, '18, chairman, Grace Hall, '20,
Mar C ret Birdsell, '18, Jane Dueml-
Pig, '19, and Cornelia Clark, '21. Plants
used in decoration will be sold and
may be ordered in advance by tele-
phoning Elsie Erley, '20, at Martha'
Cook building, telephone 627.
Class dancing at the Packard Acad-
emy Monday and Thursday evenings,
:30 to 9:30. Private lessons by ap-I
poinitment. Phone 1850-F1.-Adv.
In addition to the decoration for
exceptional bravery, both the army
and navy issue "campaign badges"
to commemorate service -in particular
campaigns. Each of these are accom-
panied by a distinctive ribbon which
is usually worn with the fatigue uni-
form. Officers and enlisted men who
have had 20 years or more of service
may be seen with several rows of these
vari-colored ribbons stretched across
their breasts. The most recent addi-
tion to the campaign badges are those
for Mexican service in the. army and
for Mexicah, Cuban, and Haitian ser-
vice in the navy.
Osgood-Heyn Engagement Announced
Engagement was announced yester-
day at the Delta Delta Delta sorority
of Olive M. Osgood, '19, to Harold C.
Heym, '20E, member of the Alpha
Sigma Phi fraternity.
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St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church
English service at 9 o'clock with
sermon on the subject, "Thy King-
dom Come." Sermon in German at
10:30 o'clock on the subject, 'ndure
Hardness as a Good Soldier of Jesus
Christ." Lenten service at 7:30
o'clock, subject, "Know That Ye Are
Redeemed.' (Central standard time.)
Trinity English Lutheran Church
"Honor to the King of Salvation,"
subject of sermon at 10:30 o'clock by
the Rev. Lloyd M. Wallick. Dedica-
tion of the congregation service flag
containing 11 stars \at this service.
Evening sermon at 7:30 o'clock, on
Style and F
Second Baptist Church
"Daily Mercy," subject of sermon at
10:30 o'clock by the Rev. J. B. Pharr,
Missionary address at 3 o'clock by Dr.
Judson C. King, and evening sermon
at 7:30 o'clock on "Our Duty in the
Present Crisis." (Central standard
Sermon by the Rev. R. S. Loring at
10:30 o'clock on "Team Work and
Immortality." Prof. Leroy Water-
man will address the Students' so-
ciety at 6:30 o'clock on "Irreligion in
.First Church of Christ, (Scientist)
Sermon at 10:30 o'clock on the sub-
.ject, "Matter." Testimonial meeting
at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening.
Reading room open daily from 2:30
to 5:30 o'clock.
A. F. MARQUARDT
516 E. William St. Ph
"The Parable of the
(Central standard. time.)
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
Palm Sunday service at 10:30
o'clock with sermon in German by
the Rev. E. C. Stellhorn on "Royal
Humility." English sermon on "Life's
Purppse" at 7:30 o'clock. A reunion]
of all confirmed In this church will
be held at the evening service. (Cen-
tral standard time.)
Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran
English confirmation at 9, and Ger-
man confirmation at 10:30 o'clock.
Bethlehem Young People's league will
observe Evangelical league day with
a special service at 7 o'clock. (Cen-
tral standard time.)
Seventh Day Adventist Church
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock with
sermon on the subject, "Court Week
in Heaven: Your Case is on the
Docket." Song service begins at 7:15
o'clock. (Central standard time.)
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