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April 02, 1916 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1916-04-02

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

.GE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY SERVICES IN
AN ARBOR CHURCHES
I'resbyteria n Church
Mr. Leonard A. Barrett speaks on
"The Function of Doubt in Religion,"
10: 30 o'clock.
First 1K. E. Church
Morning subject, "What Is Peace?"
10:30 o'clock.
Church of Christ (Disciples)
Geo. W. Knepper speaks on "The
Glory of Common Things," 10:30
C'clock.
Unitarian Church
Mr. R. S. Loring speaks on "Being
a Good Loafer," 10:30 o'clock.
First Church of Chirist, Scientist
Morning services at 10:30 'o'clock.
First Coiigreg",atli~l dChurch
Mr. Douglas speaks on "The Men-
ace of Professionalism," 10:30 o'clock.
St. Aiidrw's Episcopal Church
Rt. Rev. F. S. White, speaks on "Can
We Lose God?" 10:30 o'clock.
First Baptist Church
MIr. Wells speaks oli "Jesus Christ,"
10:30 o'clock.
Jewishi Student Congregation
Dr. Gerson B. Levi will speak, New-
berry Hall, 6:45 p. m.'
hlospital Reports 20 Per Cent Increase
The university hospital reports an
increase in registration of 20 per cent
over last year for the eight months
just past. If the number of patients
cared for in the hospital continues to
increase at the same rate for the re-
maining four months, it will total to
about 11,000. The number confined
in the hospital for the entire year
would have been greater had it not
been for the grip epidemic of January
because more than, thirty nurses were
ill with the grip during this period,
making it necessary for the authori-
ties to refuse admittance to many ap-
plicants.

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DIRECT YOUR STEPS RIGHT TO
Are you Interested in the welfare of those around you'd Are you interested In the svin oft realt
money on your piano purchases If so, you must direct your attention to tis offer,.-Tewr;a
you can save practically half on your piano purchase by buying now, we mean It.
tsup to You to ,onvInce Yorel1
and it would not take very long if
you would just take a few minutes
of your time to go through our:
stock. See the instruments, every_
one marked in plain figures, and e e n h w ai go I.
$75, $83, $90, $110, $125, $135, etc.l
PIANOS PIANOS PIA~ IANOS PIANOS IANOS PIANOS PiANOSI i1
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A0198, $jj9 $123 $.132.d 14An8 $jf5 $j54 $ 6
Every piano absolutely guaranteed by SpcaY lyr
us and the maker. wlyr
We have gone farther than only, mak- This is a tine 88 note Player Piano In
Jug low prices, we are giving- every a beoauiful mahogany case. jr ,
honest man or woman an opportunity to JUST LIKiE NEW
take advantage of this great saving.*re ui
JUST TELL US HOW YOU WANT TO PAY Bench and Drape
EASIEST MIND OF TERMS Pay $2.00 per week

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MERETION
AT THE 3LUESTIC TODA~Y

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