10:30 A. M. Morning Worship
6:30 P. M.
George P. McMahc
Series of Sermons by
John Mason Wells
Handbook of Birds of Eastern N. A.,
Handbook of Birds of Western U. S..
The Bird-Study Book-Pearson ....
Birds I Have Known-Beavan .....
Birds that Hunt and are Hunted-Bl
Bird Neighbors-Blanchan ........
Wild Bird Guests-Baynes .........
Nests and Eggs of N. A., by Davie ..
Land Birds East of the Rockies-Re
Water and Game Birds-Reed ......
Western Bird Guide-Reed ........
How to Make Friends with the Birds
"A Heaven ,nd a New Earth"
or "Creating a New 'World"
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W ORNITHOLOGY MUSEUM
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bit 1. That rare birdie who
to you after having been in
ir classes for four years.
w ho adores the service gazed
up into his sea-green eyes and
"O, I love the way your trous-
ip around your ankles!'"
grave ensign wrapped in one
nicest new policeman uniforms
fred sadly in return, "Yes, that's
hakes the breeze at sea"--
DELTA SIGMA RHO, DEBATING
SOCIETY, ELECTS 10 ORATORS
Nine Michigan debaters, after being
put through their paces Saturday morn-
ing by several men who have repres-
ented Michigan on the platform in
other years, were initiated into Delta
Sigma Rho, national honorary debat-
ing fraternity, at a banquet held at
'the Michigan Union last night.
The neophytes were: Herman A.
August, '19, Don T. McKone, '19L, R.
F. Matthews, '20L, Carls Bradt, '20,
Earl W. Dunn, '20, Arthur J. Adams,
'18, Herbert Parzen, '19, Morris Paris,
'19, and John A. Krout, '18.
Prof. I. Leo- Sharfman, of the econo-
mics departient, Mr. Ralph M. Car-
son, ofhe engineering English depart-
ment, and Thomas E. H. Clark, '14L, ofj
Detroit, were speakers at the ban-
quet. All, of the initiates were called
upon to give three -minute rebuttal
speeches. James Schermerhorn, Jr.,
'18, acted <as toastmaster.
Posters Ready for Distribution
Food conservation posters, like
those being exhibited in the basement
windows of the University, may now
be had by any business firm in Ann
Arbor. These posters have been sent
hear by the state food administra-
tion at Lansing.
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT-Wood-
ward & Washington. 8-9 A. A. ar-
ings Bank Bldg. Phone 866.-Adv.
Gives a white
r the Useless Club
for the "Bartender's
All Work Guar
much From The Daily Times News Lost
leas- Column-LOST-a pair of champagne
pumps. Reward Address "Pumps."j
All our young life we have heard
of the insidious stuff being guzzled
y has out of that. kind of buckets, but one.
ans- is rather inclined to question it. But
time, now that a real h. t. g. pair has brok-
some en into print our doubts are banished.
iare Thanks, awfully, "Pumps."
Rugs cleaned and washed. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Koch and Henne.-
Buy your alarm clocks at I. I
Chaphiean's, Iowcler. i4p 8. ?4al
The man who didn't
IvIake Phoebe K.
Is glad t
Have had to wear
In order to always
Display the key
And he might
to rac n
OFFICER'S RA INCOATS
Made to Order
G. 'H. WILD COMPANY
Leading Merchant Tailors State Street
tame. Seniors and sophomores will have
regular baseball practice at 4 o'clock
[EN tomorrow afternoon at the field across
REGISTER from Barbour gymnasium. Freshmen
will have regular practice at 4 o'clock
ears of age Tuesday.
Will give you that well-dressed appearance
if made by
A. F. MARQUARDT & CO.
-STYLES OF THE NEWEST DESIGNS
FABRICS OF THE FINEST QUALITY
An important meting has been call-
ed by Acting Dean Agnes E. Wells
from 4 to 4:15 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall for
all fresh.man, sophomore,. and jun-
ior women, to be followed by elections
of class committees and council mem-
516 E. William St.
ince to re-
out of the
Michigan Dames will
'o'clock Monday night
meet at 7:30
Women who handed in their names
to do farm work this summer are ask-
ed to let Miss Alice Evans know about
their final decision as soon as possi-
Bond workers who have canvassed
all their lists should return lists and
receipt books at once to headquarters,
room 102, Economics building. Bond
applications should be turned in as
soon as possible.
THE NICKELS ARCADE
Offers you an excellent
Ball Room for Parties
. George R. La
h work at the
at There will be a rehearsal of "Am-
of azons," act three as far as Lady Cas-
he tlejordan's entrance, from 7 to 9
0- o'clock tomorrow in Sarah Caswell
c- Angell hall.
id Pi Beta Phi's and Delta Delta Delta's
Ip will play baseball at 5 o'clock Monday
o- afternoon at the field across from Bar-
.s, bour gymnasium. The Kappa Alpha
es Theta and Collegiate Sorosis will play
ed at 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
337 Maynard St.
FOREIGNERS TO ENTERTAIN
WESLEYAN GUILD SATURDAY
y0. 1i)t S(t
I 322 South Sta
"Gallery of Wonders," games of
fferent nations and music will be
nong the numbers on the entertain-
ent which the foreign students of
e University will present to the
embers of Wesleyan Guild Satur-
ay night in Lane hall.
All foreign women on the campus
e invited to the entertainment. The
>smopolitan club is helping the stu-
Arrange for Your