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The Michigan Daily, 1922-04-01

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Michigan nine have been, called upon
to solve during their many Southern
invasions. Out of a total of 11 games
played since 1912 the Wolverines have
been victorious in but six, while in
total runs scored the Dixie team holds
a slight advantage. The Georgia teams
are always well advanced when Mich-
igan meets them, and the Southerners
hae a habit of landing on the ball
with pan unpleasing regularity which
has more than once caused opponents
to remember that they are striving to
keep up the swatting record of their,
state, which is ably led in the na-
tional pastime by the illustrious Ty
Cobb. This year should prove no ex-
ception to the.rule and Fisher's men
will be called upon to resort to every
bit of baseball strategy they know in
order to cope successfully with the
strong Athens nine.
lMeet Vanderbilt Twie
A twin bill with Camp Benning at

HE ON APRIL 8
forced Fisher's
to abandon their
ty diamond prac-
rith wet weather
egins to look as
e fortunate if it
orkout on Ferry

Michigan and will be subjected to
some of the limitatiobs in practice
that the Wolverine nine has been sub-
jected.
AGAO~ ENI hhIJOURNEYS NORTH
(Special to The Daily)
Norman, Okla., March 81.-With the
coming of warm weather, tennis open-
ed up at the University of Oklahoma in
early preparatioII-for the annual spring
matches which carry the Sooner raq-
uet me throughout the middle west
section of t'he United States. fThe
1922 season will e no exception since
schools will be met from Louisiana to
Michigan and Colorado to Indiana, Ben
K. Parks, tennis manager and cap-
tain, said. .
Part of the 1922 schedule has al-
ready been c.mpleted but more than
half of it is still tentative. Ben Parks
Chop Suey
CHINESE AND
AMERICAN RESTAURANT'
Quang Tung Lo.
613 E. Liberdt

holds the Missouri Valley conference
singles title won at St. Louis in the
spring tournament of 1921, as well as
being a member of the pair that hold
the Oklahoma state amateur doubles
title The dtoubles title of OklahomaI
was won by Parks brothers, Ben and
Kirtland, in September, 1921.
Parks Brothers Back
Teaming with Parks with the Soon-
ersa this spring willbe "Bus" Harring-
ton, twice Olklahoin a interscholastic
tennis jingles champion, and George
O'Connel, Chicago's 1920 Junior cham-
pion and .interscholastic champion of
Illinois and Wisconsin in 1919.
Makes Third Trip
A trip was made into the north in
1920 and 1921 including such schools
as Kansas, Wisconsin, Northwestern,
Chicago, Michigan, Detroit university,
Illinois, Indiana and Washington and
victory was more common than de-
feat. These schools will be met again
this year with additional dates with
Nebraska, Drake, Colorado in 'the
north, and Texas, Arkansas, Tulade,
and Rice in the south.
The tennis schedule is as follows:
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHFDU LE F PFCTI2E OCT. o. ror
Read Down' Central Standard Tinme
A.M. P.M. P.M..A&PM
SDaily, Daily
: 13hLv... Adrian ..oo2.4
8:o3 z:*s . 'Tecumseh .. 6:25 12:1(
8:25 2:25.....Clinton.....6:so r 5.
9:r5 3:53 , saline.s..:5v t:oc
9:45 3:45 Ar *Ann Arbor T~v 445 &o3c
h&M P M "" 1 A to:
o VRead Up
- tfavc

April 10 and 11-University of Tex-
as, at Norman.
April 27 and 28-University of Kan-
sas, at Norman.,
May 2 and 3-Washington, at St.'
Louis.
May 4-Purdue, at Lafayette.
May 5-Indiana, at Bloomington.
May 6-Butler, at Indianapolis.
May 8--Michigan, at Ann Arbor.
May 10--Chicago, at Chicago. I
May 11-Iowa State, at Ames.
May 12-Drake, at Des Moines.
May 13-Kansas, at Lawrence.
Something for sale? A Classified
Ad. in The Daily will find a buyer.-
4dv.
You'll find many bargains when you
read Michigan D0'ly Ads.-Adv.

Students desiring t
playing rights at the A
Golf club must make a
to E. A. Mitchell, direc
tramural athletics, root
building, by April 4.
Rights will be
to 40 students, the ii
to be determined by X
ell, who will also colle
fee of $10, and furnish
ification cards.
Only those eligible t
the Varsity team are
membership;
HENRY A. SA]

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Lau
vei
Lu
Cc
Co
:e
a
the
ou

ay the Wolver-I

ugurate the 1922 Camp B9mning, Ga., on April 12,-will
bats with the mark the fourth contest Michigan-will
rsity of Ken- be forced to play in the brief spat',
Lexngton is the of three days. These games will give
stops the Wol-1 Coach Fisher an opportunity to size
ring the course up every one of the six pitchers, he
lonels have al- intends to take, under fire. Birming-
d by a fair ball ham Southern college will be the next,
the first game stop of the Varsity after the Camp
f 1893 the Ken- Benning engagement. From Birming-
been able to ham the Wolverines will start north-
Michigan team, ward to Nashville, Tenn., -where they
e best that the meet Vanderbilt in a. two game se-
it of a total of ries, April 14 and 15. In the past
Kentucky is rep- Michigai has more than broken even1
strong nine and with Vanderbilt with a total of 15
the unseasoned wins to 9 for Vanderbilt. Little is'
h battle as the known of the strength of the Nash-
prime condition ville team this year, but by the time.
Michigan meets them the Wolverines
OnuoWAV. Jnt hnld hSnf ft by the Pa L li Acm54i

Bou
0.t

TYPEWRITERS
of Leading Makes
gbt. Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
Cleaned and Repaired.
Considerate Prices.

D. MORRILL

17 Nickels' Arcade

The Typewriter and
Stationery Store

P.M.
3j:30
4:n5,
4:z5
5:15
5 4.5
PM

Lv...Adrian ...Ar.
STcunmeb.
- Clinton ...
SSaline.
Ar, Ann Arbor Lv.

P.M.
9:0
P.M

I, ;

A

VA Uppflat..s
he second of the
by the invading
I Michigan facing
werful University
i double bill.. The
played April 10;
y is scheduled for

s ui RUe iy yne earner games
played on the erip.
Cincinnati, 'Ohio, will' be the final
stop before Michigan returns to Ferry
field.to prepare for its Big Ten op-
ponents. The University of Cincinna-
ti will oppose Fisher's men on April
17. Cincinati is a new opponent for

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UNITARIAN CNURCN
state and Huron Sts.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
"MORE THAT MUST BE TOLS"
Sir Philip Gibbs' book of that
title, a great post-war arraign-
ment. April 2, 10:40 a m.

SSUNDAY'S CHURCH SERVICES

1-

Cor. Division and Cathi
Fourth Sunday in
7:35 A. M.-doly Cc

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What Others

Say:

,,F

PROFESSOR LOUIS
reads "The Little
John Galsworthy,
5:45, reading 6:15.

M. EICH
Man," by
Supper

Man is but a reed, the feeblest thing in! nature;
but he is a reed that thinks. It needs not that the
universe arm itself to crush him. An exhalation, a
drop of water, suffices to destroy him. But were
the universe to crush him, man is yet nobler than the
universe; for he knows that he dies and the universe,
even in prevailing against hinknows not its power."
-Pascal.

BISHOP WILLIA

Confirmation

Other services as

!ER DEN
lack and Vrolvn
-a Nettleton Shoe

In style, in fit and in length of
ife Nettletons are truly"Shoes of
WYorth"
We would take pleasure in
howing you how Nettletons differ
rom less carefully made shoes.
h r's Shoe Store,

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH.
Huron, Below State
R. EDWARD SAYLES, MInistor
10:30 A. M. - "Sag End Reli-
gion." Mr. Sayler.
12:00 -- Sunday School. Guild
Class in the Guild Ho1use.
4:00-Jinior B. Y, -P. U.
5:30-Senior B, Y. P. U.

ANN A

BIBLE CH

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RID

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Cor. S. State and E. Washington Stn..
REV. ARTHUR W. STAL"ER, D.D., Minister"
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director

"UPPER

BIBLE CLAI
LA E HALL

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10 :30 A. M. MORNINO WORSHIP. Pastor's Subject: "LIFF E PER-
SPECTIVE."
Special M :sie; "Benedictus" (Gounod), the Chorus.
"I Sought the Lord"' (Matthews), the Chorus.
"Oh Remember Holy Jbsus," Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler,
Miss Howe and Mr. Dewey.
12:00 Noon. BIBLE CLASSES in Wesley Hall for students.
2:30 P. M. Hospital Sing at U. of M. Hospital under auspices of So-
cial Servce Department of Wesleyan Guild.
4:00-6:30 P. M.-"OPEN HOUSE" at WESLEY HALL for all Methodist
students.
6:30 P. M. MISS LOIS HOUSEL, Leader of the Wesleyan Guild De-
votional Meeting.
Students are Especially Invited to All of Our- Services.
ALL STUDENTS ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED.,

See
tin

"Upper Room"
and Printed Sch

South Main Street

*6:00-Guild' Social and
'tional Meeting.

Devo-

Sunday ClasfoMef
9:30 to 10:15

PFiest

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THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

'-a
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CNURCN
(MO.. SYNOD)
Cor. Third and West unron Sti.
C. A. BRAUER, Pastor

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CHURCH OF CHF
SouthU niversity Ai
F. P. ARTHUR, Pas

-Will person who found leath-{
notebook on corner State and}
iam please return notes. He I
retain cover as reward or call)
16 Church St. and receive cash!
ard. 'Phone Yaeger, 2553-J. 134
-Set of drawing instruments;
een Engineering building and'
Auditorium' or in Auditorium.
ler please call 2685-M., Reward.
1;I34
-Thursday morning on Huron
green chiffon veil. Finder phone
-J. ,.134
-Slide rule with initials H. S. S.
Simpson at 2999. 134-2
-Wyvern pin with initials S. H.j
390. 134-2
FOR SALE
SALE-Home and 1 acre. 1 1-2
s So. of campus. Fine lawn,
de, fruit. Modern. 9 rooms. Call
-F21. Johnson. ___ 131-5

' MISCELLANEOUS
I STILL HAVE room for a few more
students for Spring Vacation who
want tol. try the brush game. A
wonderful opportunity to make a
$100.00 Easter Vacation. Come in
,and look our line over. Mr. Lead-
er, 232 Nickel's Arcade. Tel. 1600-M.
132-21
E. NORMANTON BILBIE, Teacher
of Violin, Piano,'Harmony Studio,'
307 N. Main St. Telephone 611-M.
116-21
WANTED
WANTED - Students. to sell steam
pressure cookers. Good proposition.
Inquire at Economy Garage, corner
Ashley and Huron. 134-2
WANTED-Full time, male or female
clerk in store. Typewriter opera-
tor qpreferred. O. D. Morrill, 171
Nickel's Arcade. 133-2j
WANTED-To rent about a 15-room
house, suitable for a sorority. 134-2

9:30 A. M.-Public Worship
(German).

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett,. D.D., Minister
Lewis C. Reimann, Secretary Men Students
Miss Esther D. Nyland, Secretary Women Students
Morning Worship.
10:30
Sermon Theme: ;.
"OLD FASHIONED MORALITY AND THE MODERN AGE"
Student Class
12:00
Prof. W. Henderson speaks on
"Some Revised. Versions of the Bible" x
* * * * * * *
YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEhTING
Social Half-Hoie at 6: 00. Program at 6:30.
RobertClark, '24, leads.
g Discusson Topic: "The Use of the Quiet Hour"

:. Hr10:30 A.
tianity

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M. - Subjec
a Force or a

14:30 A. M-Bible School.
11:30 A. M.-Public Worship
7:30 P. M. - Evening Worship.,
Wednesday Evening at 7:30,-
Mid-Week prayer service.

Bible School at 9:30 A. M
Students' Classes at. Noo
Christiari Endeavor at 6:3(
No evening service as w
in the Hill Auditorium

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WELCOME

Students welcomed

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ZION LUTUERAN
. Fim v,&and Washiugto .
1. C. STELLHORo,
. aster

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

Morning Worship 10:30 o'clock.

TRINITY LUTH
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and Wil

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The Atonement a Reconelia-
tion. "God was in Christ, rec-
onciling the world, unto him-
self."--2 Cor. 5, 19.
10:30 A. M. (Gerian)-"Glori-
fying God."
5:30 P M. - Student Forum.
"The Bible in the Public
Schools." Owen M. Johnson,.
leader.e

,f Rev. L aF. Gunderman,

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Morning Worship will be' conducted by
REV. WILLIAM E. ENGLISH JR.,
of Chicago..
Dr. English is the Secretary of the American Board
for the Interior States. -He will speak upon the
subject:
"CHRISTIAN INTERNATIONALISM AND THE
NEW DAY"

10:30 A. M.-"A C
6:30 P. M.-Lutl

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Single room

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n, near cam-

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7:30 P. M. - Passion serv
"Before the Governor and

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