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SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1926

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IClassified Ads
WANTED
xvr'lrED Yn Vrnzo t it nl

knowledge of Engineering or Arch-!I
iteeture. Call 9311. 29-30-31r

WANTED-Rteliable and refined young
woman to, care for child and (10 lit-,
« . .....tie light housework. Part time.j
near camIpus. Telephone 22340.1
Call Saturday evening between i
v ..and 8. Mildred Sorensen. :fi)0
LOST
LOST --Gold IDeed bag in (wr near cern-
etervf Wednesday. (all 6354 130
M!! ~Mate Wed rtt
ETHE GARRICK COMPANY
Thrilling Mystery Melodrama
"Shooting Shadows'I
[First Time iu DetroiM
T. YPEWRITNG
PROM31PTI .Y A. D NLA TL Y DONE;
0 ..Morrill Arad
T1li Typewriter an Stationery Store

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Enters N. Y. To
Paris Air Race
NEW YORK, July 23. (-'a ptain
Itene Fonck, French ace of aces, is
promised a fight for the $25,000 1)!'z1.
offered by Raymnond Orteig for a noni-
-"tole flight from New York to Paris.
An all-American expedition is tryini
to "beat him to it,"
Liuet. Coin. Noel Davis,_ a United(
States naval reserve officer who has,
been on active (iuty in the, design di-I
vision of the Naval Bureau of Aero-
nautics, is Captain li'onckc's r ival. Hei,
plans. to mlake the 3,600-mile lgh,
probalel some time next monthbe,)P
fore Captain Fonck's Sikorsky biplane!
possibly can be ready--in the great
Wright-engined Fokker monoplane,
Detroiter, which Captain George HT-. i
Wilkins of the Detroit Arcticexdi
tion took with him on his recent nf--
Successfuil effort to reach the Northi
Pole by air.
Lieutenant Davis purchased the
ship from its owners, contingent upon
.its delivery ini good condition at Seat-
tle. He will assemble the plane and
fly it as soon a siSilfo 10 N wYork
where the Wright Aeronauitical crr
por'ation will insztall hrenew 2170-
horse-powrer Whirlwind mnotlors. The
ship will be putf through a s eries of
Severe tests to establish its ablility fort
the Iong flight and to check bhoth it;s
enginecs andI navigating instrunient .
This plane is the only one of its
kind in America. It is in most rI--
spcts similar to the Fokker plan0,e ini
which Lient. Comn.Richard Eh. Byrd1
and Floyd Bennett flew over the North
Pole last month, but it haint- en fet
more wiing spread than thjeir ships
and consequently is exspectEdl to carryv
a much heavier load of fuel.

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The Ox Woman
On an East Indian farm, where the crop is tea, a
wooden plow turns up the rich black soil A
woman drives, another woman pulls-and a black
ox pulls beside her.

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SEA ISLAND?9 - of course!

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The electric light, the elec-
tric iron, the vacuum cleaner
-the use of electricity on
the farm for pumping water,
for milking, and for the
cream separatc r-are Belt-
ing to make lifc happ ier.
General Electric resear ch
and engineering haveadd
in making these conveni-
ences possible.
A new series of G-E adver-
tisements showing wh-Iat
electricity 1 i do in i any
fields will be sent on request.
Ask frbok

Six hours under a tropical° sun, a bowl of cold rice
--and six hours more. Then the woman goes to her
bed of rushes, and the beast to his mud stall.
Tomorrow will be the same..
The American home has many conveniences. But
many American women often work as hard as their
Oriental sisters. They toil at the washtub, they
carry water, they churn by hand--all tasks which
electricity can do for them at small cost, in half
the time.
The labor-saving possibilities of electricity are
eonstantlty becoing more widely recognized. And
th~~r z:Ka snf, ca,,,c. of the release of the American
E{,OMI ux :.101 physical drudgery, through the increas-
ir s o-f el ectricity- in and about the home, will.
~-. {> -¢ it y o evry college man and woman.

CEAJLAID LS
The c'rstocrag
of Shrtings

The quality is unmistakable -
its fine weave and soft, silken
lustre identify the superior
fabric.
You will find the Sea Island
Br~iadcloth label in shirts
from the best manufacturers
at haberdashers selling rei-.
able merchandise.

SEA ISLAND MILLS, 53 WORTH ST,, NEW YORK

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YOU-
may be in danger at
THE DANGER LINE
Do YOU realize what may happen at The
Dlanger Line, where gums meet teeth?
f The Danger Line extends around each
tooth at the gum margin. It is just a little
V-shaped crevice, but it is vastly important.
For in these tiny crevices, food gathers and
ferments, forming the acids which cause
painful, unsightly Acid Decay.
You can safeguard against Acid Decay
and relieve conditions favorable to Pyor-
rhea, if you will use Squibb's. Dental
Cream, made with Squibb's Milk of Mag-
nesia. Ask your dentist, and he will tell
you that Milk of Magnesia has been used
for years as a safe( scientific means of
counteracting the acids which attack the
teeth and gums. Hence the great value of
Squibb's Dental Cream.
Squibb's Dental Cream is pleasant to use.
It is safe. It is free from harsh, injurious
abrasives. It cleans 'thoroughly and pol-
ishes beautifully. It removes the danger
atTeDanger Line. At reliable drug stores:
DENTAvL CREAU.'&M
Made with Squihb3aMlkNMagneski
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FIRST METHODIS'T CHUiRCH
State a nd Iash ItigonSres
REV. AnRhUR w. STALhiER, Pastor
DONALI) TLMEIIM1AN, MA1R({' RET 1I.' sT Ilt
Associate Di)rectors of Stud tent A ctiv it iv
1 o::30 -Serion by Rev. iI r1iiip (:=tines. I(lirisi inm Jilded tes s."
12:00-12: 45-Si 8tudent (.' coup at Wcshy IBall, I td byRev.Mr. uile-.
6 :00-7 :00- Wesleyan Guild mneeting; at Wesley 11:111, lted by RNlbert
XWa Ernan.
7:00-s7:30--open House. Light. refreshmenits.

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Catholic Students'
Chapel
IViltiati a iuid ThugnpsOU
Sunday Masses
8:30 o'clock
Ilev, :Michael P. Bourke
Chaplain

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CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
Herbertf A. Jump, Miilster
E. Knox Miitcheil, Jr.
University Pastor
10:45-Service of worship. Rev.'
Aeneas Mackenzie of Brew-
ster Church, Detroit. will
preach.
5:30-Student Supper and Dis-
cussion Hour. Miss Hutzel
of Detroit police will talk
on: "Night Life in a- Big
City.,,
8:00--Motion picture service.
Monte Blue in "Red Hot
Tires:'

~. " ubrw'o iEpirpa T Qurr4
F"EASTi'OF' ST. *VMSTIEAtSL
8:00 A. M. Holy Communion.
10)00 A. N.-Morning prayer anl sermiioni ly th It' Livtroii Philip L.
4:00-6:00 P. M.-Open House at Harris Hall,

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1'IRST
LiE'IiS C.:

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
H'uron and Division 'Streets
"ERLE H. ANDERSOIN, Minister
REIXANN MRS. NELLIE B. CAI)WELL
Secretaries for Student Work
Offices, Lane ilall

First Church of Christ, Scientist
409 South Division St.
10 :30t A. M.- Regular morning service. Subject: "Truth."
11:45 A. M.--Sunday school following the morning service.
7:45 P. M..-"Wednesday evening testimonial meeting.
The Reading room, 10 and 11 State Savings Bank building, is open
daily from 12 to 5 o'clock, except Sundays and legal holidays.

9:30 Church School.
10:45 MVorninjg Worship with sermon : "is the Church lFuliilliog Its
5:30 Young People's Social Hour.
6:30 Young People's Society Meeting.

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