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January 16, 1921 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FLASH

LIGHTS

OUT DOOR GROUPS
ALL SORTS OF VIEWS

SW A I N
713 East University Avenue

SUNDAY SERVIS IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES:
Dr. Joseph C. McCracken, at present;
dean, of the Pennsylvania Medical col-
lege, St. John's university, Shanghai,
China, will be the speaker at 12 o'clock
today at Dr. Iden's student class of the
Presbyterian church. At the. 10:30
service Rev. Leonard A. Barrett will
begin a series of sermons on "Christ
and Modern Thought." An effort will
be made to answer the question, "What
Was Jesus Christ?"
"Are All Religions One?" is the sub-
ject of Rev. Sidney S. Robins at the
service at 10:40 o'clock at the Unitar-
ian church. It will deal with the ques-

Sleep Anyplace 21Jut
Eat at Rex 's
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR STREET
Near State and Packard
TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Our
Last years customers
One half block South
of "MAJ"

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Phone 2312

PRE - INVENTORY
SALE
25 Per Cent Discount

TAKE NOTICE!
It is not the initial expenditure of your tuition that you
should consider alone.
Remenmer the superior system we use, the perfection
with which it carries in actual practice.
Again think of the completeness of this institution.
We have every convenience known to modern dance mas-
ters.
Notice the posture, decorum and grace of a Halsey student.
COMPARE!
This school with any in the State of MICHIGAN.
We made good in a day. There is a rbason.
These are the things that constitute the value you receive
at the HALSEY DANCE SWIMMS.
Start wvith HALSEY and have no regrets
$1
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ON CRANE'S LINEN LAWN A
STATIONERY AND CORRES
The Mayer-Sc
STATIONERS, PRINTERS
112 S. MAIN STREET
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HIGHLAND LINEN
PONDENCE CARDS
bairer Co.
& BINDERS

PHONE 140

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more unity and co-operation among;=
the sects will lead to more sympathy Smart New Frocks Every Day
among all world religions.
At the First Methodist church Dr.
Arthur W. Stalker will speak on "Life'sI=
Richest Mine," at the morning service, I
pointing out where most is to be got-
ten of out the year 1921. s hCEW Spring Frocks of
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas, of the Con-,
gregational church, will give the sec- = chiffon taffeta, crepe
and of a series of sermon lectures on
"Human Life and Industry,'' at the ser-
vice at 10:30 o'clock. Today's topic is tricotine a d i*ret twill
"The Tools." -Ce ap e tw
Morning prayer and sermon by the are disp1ayed on our Sec -
rector, Dr. Henry Tatlock, will consti-
tute the 10:30 service at St. Aidrew's ond Floor.
Episcopal church. His subject is, "The
Secret of the Christ Life." Rev. s The prices range from
Charles T. Webb's sermon at the 4:30$27.50to$75.00.
service will be on, "By the'Waters of$$
Babylon."
At the Zion Lutheran church Rev.
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AT THE THEATRES
1
j ~TODAYs
I Screen
Majestic-Thomas Meighan in
"Conrad in Quest of His
Youth." "Torchy's Millions,"
from the famous Sewell Ford
stories. Also Topics and a -
Burton Holmes Travelogue.
Arcade-Bert Lytell in "The Mis-
leading Lady." A snappy com-
edy, "Wet and Warmer," and ;s
Fox News.
Wuerth-"Down Home," with an {-
A11-star cast. Clyde Cook in {
"Don't Tickle," and Fox News.
Orpheum- King Vidor's great
prgduction, "The Jack-Knife
Man." I
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TIS WEEK
Stage _
Whitney-Tonight-The Century
Midnight Whirl.
Garrick- Detroit-- "Scandal," -
Cosmo Hamilton's clever com
edy, with June Walker, Charles
Cherry, andCorliss Giles.
Shubert (Detroit)-"Florodora,"
one of the finest musical corn-
edies on the stage, with Elean-
ore Painter, on the second suc-
cessful week.Is

WHITE OXFORD

SHIRTS

-$2.95

1921 Spring Price

TINKER

& COMPANY

S. State St. at William St.
All of our stock has been reduced
to meet the new seale of prices

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THis f ITHIS
COLUMN I LA IFCOLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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LOST AND rOUND
LOST-Botany notebook and Wagner's1
Spannish grammar. Name Leland in
cover of notebook, Bastian in gram-
mar. Finder please turn in to Sec-
retary's office, U-Hall. 76-3
LOST-Band ring with wreath design
around center. Valued as keepsake.
Rear Van's-Restaurant. Call 1158-M
Reward. 73-41
LOST-Doubled black bag from car
on either North U., State or Huron
Sts. Notify.N. F. Tibbetts. Whit-
ney Hotel. Reward. 76-4j
LOST-Small Conklin fountain pen.'
Left in Registrar's office or lost on
Campus or State St. Thursday noon.
Finder please call 810. 76-3
LOST-One No. 104 6-ring note book.
Turn in contents to Secretary'sa
office or Daily office. Box P. Q. 13
LOST - One gold Eversharp pencil
with 'the name Alva V. Moore. Phone.
1421-J. Reward. 76-3
LOST-Tortoise shell glasses in black
leather case. Phone 368. 74-3
LOST-A Kappa Sigma Badge. Re-
ward. Call 936-W. 74-3
LOST-A pair of galoshes at Armory,
Friday night. Call 993-J. 76-2
WANTED
WANTED-To rent a furnished house
for twenty students. Apply Box H.
T., Daily. 73-7
WANTED-Garage. Preferably heat-
ed or what you have. Jos. C. Mor-
ris. 293-W or 751-W. 75-2
WANTED-Tutor in Spanish 1, first
semester. Call 1036 or apply at 114
S. Division St. R. H. Hahn... 76-3
WANTED-Zylophone, trombone and
cornet for dance orchestra. Call
Violinist, 2010. 76-1
WANTED-A canoe. Call 1838-R any
noon hour. 72-6

FOR SALE

FOR SALE-Saxaphone E fiat alto:
Buescher make, dull silver finish.
Gold bell, pearl keys. Instrument in
perfect condition. Steel case, all ac-
cessories,, instruction books, $125
cash. Call 2563-R between five and
six. / 73-4

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FOR SALE-New Fox Portable Type-
writers, No. 2. A new model with
many novel improvements. Price
$50. Wesley Marston, Agent, 1951-R.
555 Packard. 76-6
FOR SALE-Typewriter. Latest L.C C
Smith model. Call room 305, U-Hall
from 1-2 P. M.,76-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Large warm suite near
campus for ladies or man and wife.
Also single room. 1724-J. 74-3
FOR RENT- Single front room with
private family. No other roomers in
house. Phone 2560-W. 76-3
,1SUELLANE OUS
LIKE A CHECK FROM HOME? Build'
up an income bearing business dur-
ing the summer that lasts the year
round. Call at National Casualty
Co. Agency, at 310 State St., and let
us explain. 75-6
NOTICE-The two students who took
table lamp from Chinese Gardens
booth Friday night, return same be-
fore Tuesday evening and avoid pro-
secution. 76-11
STUDENTS wanting employment and
build up a permanent- business,
a steady income, with a chance to
should call at 310 State St., third
flour. National Casualty Co. 74
J.OCKSMITH, all kinds door and trunk
keys. Repairing locks and fitting
keys aspecialty. Phone 2498. Dell
Keeler. 74-12,

igantic Shoe Sale
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WALK A FEW EXTRA STEPS AND SAVE MONEY

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H.

ICE

& SON

335 SOUTH MAIN STREET

NEAR WILLIAM STREET

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