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ALL RELIGIOUS AGENCIES

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can be quickly prepared, and without the slightest
trouble, on an_
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This handsome and very convenient table utensil is a.
source of both comfort and pride to the housewife.
Just the thing for a hasty lunch or Surday supper.
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VACAT ION WO1 K
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Duping the past week a conference
of agencies of religious work for the
student body has been in session in
Lane hall. The purpose of the con-
ference was to discuss plans for the
unification of religious work in the
student body. Similar conferences are
being held at some of the other large
universities.
At this conference there were repre-
sented the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A.
of the University, the local churches,
the denominational student organiza-
tions, national boards of education
through five of the secretaries, and the
international committee of the Y. M.
C. A. A number of members of the
faculty were also in attendance.
The feature of the conference was
the outlining of a policy by which
there would be absolute co-operation
between the Student's Christian asso-
ciation of the University and the local
churches and student's religious or-
ganizations. The cabinet of the Y. M.
C. A. is to have an advisory board
made up of members who shall rep-
resent the alumni, the faculty, the stu-
dents, and the churches. 'On the cab-
inet of the Y. M. C. A., as is now the
custom, riil be student representatives
of the churches. Three or four times
a year a general council will convene,
representing all religious agencies in-
terested in the movement, as well as
students, faculty, and alumni at which
times general plans and policies for
the year's work will be taken up. The
first meeting of this council will be
in a few days. Several members of the
boards of education stood ready to al-
lodate a certain portion of the time of
student pastors for particular work in
the association. The staff of the Y.Al
C. A. and Y. W. C. A. will also work
out plans in joint conferences.
Recommendations concerning social
service, religious education, religious
meetings, and other work were dis-
cussed and accepted.
The secretaries of the boards of edu-
cation and the secretaries of the inter-
national committee of the Y. M. C. A.
who have attended other conferences
of.a similar nature pronounced them-
selves as greatly pleased with the re-
sults of the Michigan conference.
WAR GUARD DITTY PREVENTS
POLICEMEN FROM PARADING
New York, May 5.-Because every
available policeman in New York
City must be kept on war guard duty,
they did not march today in what
originally was intended to be the an-I
nual police parade.
Insteal members of the Home De-
fense league, 8,000 strong, in uniform,
made up the body of the parade, while
200 honor men of the department and
various military orders filled in.
COLLEGIATE REGISTRARS
INDORSE GIVING CREDIT
Iowa City, Ia., May 5.-The Ameri-
can Association of Collegiate Regis-
trars, in its eighth annual meeting,
held at the University of Kansas, in-
dorsed the plan of giving credit to
students who leave their work for
service in military or allied activities.
Reports of the various members
showed that most of the colleges and
universities had adopted such plans.

LICENSED EMBALMERS
CAN GETSHORT COURSE
SPECIAL TRAINING 0 F F E RE D
DURING LAST WEEK OF
SUMMER SESSION
Those desiring to become profes-
sional embalmers and especially those
holding a license may obtain efficient
training in the shortest time possible
by taking a course in embalming and
sanitary science offered by the Uni-
versity during the 1917 Summer ses-
sion in which special instruction will
be offered in anatomy, autopsy tech-
nique, bacteriology and sanitary sci-
ence, chemistry, mortuary and probate
law, and practical embalming.
A high school certificate of gradua-
tion is the necessary requisite for ad-
mission. In the course of licensed em-
balmers who desire to attend a shorter
time than theregular Summer session,
arrangements have now been made by
which licensed embalmers may regis-
ter for the work in practical embalm-
ing as given during the eighth week
of the Summer session, from Monday
to Friday Aug. 20 to 24. Persons reg-
istering for this instruction must pre-
sent either their license or certificate
showing that they are holders of one
for the current year. The registration
fee is $15.
Inquiries concerning this short
course should be addressed to the Dean
of the Summer Session, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor.

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yellow, green, purple and Dresden effects. The tops can be un-
screwed and contain a sponge to hold perfume. Prices with gold
plate chain, $3.00 to $4.00.
Scent balls of larger size and without chain, in better qual-
ity, at $2.75.
HALLER & FULLER,
State St. Jewelers

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CULTIVATING THE CLOTHES SENSE-
No way to do it but to see as many clothes as pos-
sible that are excellently made-of well-combined
colors-and of graceful lines.
Corning to the Hutzel Shop often will show you
what to wear and how to wear it.
Hutzel 's
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Gown orders filled immediately. Cor-
ugs perfectly cleaned; washed, and rect costuires for men and women in
sized without injury. Koch & Henne. ft all departments. Mack & Co.-Adv. 6
Leave Copy Leave Copy
at at
Qarry's and Students'
Thlta Supply Store
A&D VE RT IS IN G

SAYS GERMANY IS BENDING ALL
EFFORTS ON SUB-
MARINES
Prof. William H. Hobbs returned
Friday from New York City where he
attended one of the most important
meetings of the year of the National
Security league where J. Bernard
Walker, editor of the Scientific Ameri-
can, addressed the league on what
Germany is capable of doing with her
undersea craft and what the allies
have to face in dealing with the
menace.
"It is my conviction that since the
Jutland fight Germany is bending all
her shipbuilding capacity to a great
fleet of submarines," said Mr. Walk-
er, "and at present she is able to put
1,200 submarines of the U-53 type
afloat in 12 months. I have investi-
gated the capacity of the German
yards and have found that the actual
shipping and dock yard capacity, so
far as building ways is concerned, could
quickly be doubled. If the Germans
thought fit, they could have 1,000 sub-
marines under construction at -one
time. The central powers could have
1,200 submarines available by next
spring if they would and their method
of manning them is comparatively easy.
Germany's naval personnel numbers
more than 150,000 men. Her idle bat-
tleships can supply all the men re-
quired to man the submarines as they
are successively set afloat. Here, as I
see it, is the immediate danger point,
and here we should apply our whole
effort."
At its business meeting, Professor
Hobbs was elected a member of the
national executive committee of the
league, and was also a member of the
resolution committee, the . duty of

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LOST - From intra-mural building \ANTED
locker 28 pair army shoes and olive represen
drab shirt. Owner needs them for Surety b
Fort Sheridan camp. Please return Middle a
to 127 North State, phone 2161-J, sive ter]
and receive reward. 6 Aero-Mo
ink, New
LOST-- Between Washtenaw and U-
Hall, West Wing ,a Parker Lucky
Curve Fountain Pen, not a self-filler. ____
Finder please call 710-J. Reward.
LOST-A pair of glasses, probably -
back of University Hall in drive cleaning,
way. Phone 358. specialty.
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LOST- Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity
pin. Finder please call1857 or leave IPhene 58:
at Daily. Reward. 6-8

WANTED
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itatives. No money required.
)ond. References necessary.
ed men preferred. Exclu-
ritory open. Address, Auto-
tor Corporation, Sun Build-
w York. 6-8

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TYPEWRITERS stored at
ess cost than your trans-
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repairing and packing a
RIl L. 322 SOUTH STATE
STREET
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Lunch.)

A chief of police, a city treasurer,
and two members of the board of pub-
lic works will be appointed in Monday
night's council meeting. Mayor Wur-
ster has not declared who his selec-
tions will be. The city has no official
chief of police at present, Sergeant
Thomas O'Brien having served since
the death of former Chief Frank Par-
don.
Both sides have rested their case
in the Kempf will case and Judge
Emory E. Leland will hand down his
decision some time this week,
J. W. Hinshaw, the recruiting of-
ficer who has been trying to recruit
a company for the engineers' reserve
corps, has been ordered to Fort Sheri-
dan to take a course of training. J.
E. Larkins will continue the recruit-
ing work.
The old Broadway bridge is being
torn down preparatory to starting the
construction of the new steel struc-
ture to be erected.
Notary' Public. O. D. Morrill, 322
South State.-Adv. tf

1107 So. Univ. 1107 So, Univ
LAST TI E FOR SENIOR LITS
TO PAY FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS
Senior lits will have the last oppor-
tunity to pay for their announcements
from 1 to 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
at the Library. There will absolutely
be no other time to arrange for an-
nouncements since all money must be
in by Tuesday night.
Engineers Discontinue Motor Tests
Tests, which were being run by .ev-
eral senior electrical engineering stu-
dents upon a motor designed by Prof.
B. F. Bailey, have been discontinue'd
owing to the fact that these men have
decided to give their time to the spe-
cial courses offered in military engi-
neering in the electrical department.
2,300 Michigan Training Volunteers
in a 36 in. picture. Special for Mon.,
Tues., and Wed., 50 cents. No orders
taken after 6 p. m. Wed. Carl Daines.
-Adv. 6

LOST-Suit box containing clothing.
Reward for return. Call Mr. Moody,
508-M. 68
FOR SALE
FOR -SALE- 18-foot canoe, in good
condition. A bargain. Phone 746-M.
Call R. E. George. 6
FOR SALE - Canoe and equipment.
Good condition. Will sell cheaply.

AN I tNTELGENT person may earn
$100 monhlycorresponding for
new pers; $40 to $50 monthly in
spare ime; experience unnecessary;
no canvassing; subjects suggested.
Send for particulars. National Press
Bureau, Room 2558, Buffalo, N. Y.-
TUTORING- In Heredity. Absolute
satisfacution guaranteed. B. I. Bev-
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