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THE MICHIGAN DAiLY SUNDAY, JUNE

THIS
COLUMN ,
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

LAS S IF HIS
ICOLUMN
EACLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

WANTED

FOR RENT

WANTED- Several active ambitious
students who want an opportunity
to make money during summer
months. Mr. Ellis will be in Ann
Arbor, Monday next. Call on him
at Allenel Hotel promptly at 10 a.
m., 3 p. m., or 8 p. m. This may
be the opportunity you have been
seeking. Better get further partic-
ulars Guy W. Ellis Real Estate
Company, Detroit, Michigan. 178-3
WANTED - We have openings for
three or four college men who have
selling ability and are willing to
work eight hours daily. Address
Gerald A. Eubank, Manager for
Michigan. Canada Life Insurance
company, 40810 Union Trust Bldg.,
Detroit, Mich. 176-5
WANTED-District manager for Ann
Arbor and Washtenaw County. Great
opportunity for high class salesman.
Life Insurance experience prefer-
rea. Address J. B. McLean, 911 Pru-
den Building, Lansing, Michigan.
178-3
WANTED-A number of young men
to sell "The Aerometer" for Ford
cars. More miles, more power, less
carbon. Every Ford owner a pros-
pect. See W. P. Hendershot, Jr.
1298-J. 178-3
WANTED-One or two comfortable
rooms by two Seniors for next fall.
Prefer Southeast part of city, and
home where no other students room.
Daily Box C. F. N. 178-3
WANTED - Two students living in
Southern Colorado, New Mexico, or
Arizona to complete party of four to
make the trip in a car, starting June
20. Cheap transportation. Call
Gower, 1205-R. 180
WANTED-Two quiet Junior or Sen-
ior Medics to occupy pleasant first
floor suite during next school year.
Private lavatory. Phone 127 3-R or
call 913 East Huron. 180
WANTED-Experienced college mus-
icians for summer resort engage-
ments. State fully in first letter.
Wm. Goodheart, Jr., 6022 Woodlawn
Ave., Chicago. 179-2
RADIO MEN WANTED-Salesmen un-
derstanding radio sales and install-
ation. Excellent proposition for live
wires. The Raidofone Co. Call
'2236-J. 179-2
WANTED-A white boy during Sum-
mer school for janitor work and to
assist with dishes at 819 So. State
St: Phone 530, ask for Mrs. Ben-
nett. 180
WANTED-To show you a pen that
won't run dry in the middle of an
exam. At College Inn. Rider's Pen
Shops, 308 S. State St. 169-21
WANTED- A foreign Student, com-
petent cook, hosework, wants posi-
tion in summer. City reference. Box
N. N., Daily. 179-2
CHEF WANTED-To cook for fra-
ternity of thirty men next year. Ad-
dress communications to Box T. R.
178-3
WANTED-Cook or chef for Fraternity
of twenty-eight next fall. Give par-
ticulars. Box D. T. U., care Daily.
180
WANTED-House to rent to accom-
modate fifteen men. Occupation on
September 1. Box R. F. F., Daily.
180
WANTED-AGENTS to sell automo-
bile dimming device. Apply at once
at 415 W. Huron or call 2389. 179-2
WANTED-Work of any kind by Hin-
doo student for summer. Refer-
ences. 990-J. 179-2
WANTED - Work of any kind by
healthy .student for summer. Refer-
Miss Clark. 176-4
WANTED - To buy a canoe Victor
Victrola. Call Wahr's Bookstore,
State St. 180

WANTED-To buy one or more can-
oes. Phone 2312. G. R. Swain, 178-3
WANTED-Students to purchase Eng-
lish History Outlines at Wahr's. 180
WANTED-Reasonably priced Under-
wood Typewriter. Call 170-M. 180
WANTED-To buy Michiganensian.
Call Larson, 976-J. 180
WANTED-Soprano Saxaphone. Call
24394. 178-3
LOST
LOST-A Hales Chemistry laboratory
manual, containing address 603 E.
University. Please return to 832 E.
University. .Reward. 179-2
LOST - Orn So. University between
Church and Linden, a white satin
skirt. Reward. Phone 1732-M. 180
LOST-Top coat at M. C. depot, Thurs-
day P. M. Finder please call 265-M.
Reward. 179-2

FOR RENT - Rooms for Summer
school. Cool and well furnished.
Three blocks from campus. One
block from corner State and Pack-
ard. 822 Oakland. Phone 2378-W.
179-2
FOR RENT - Rooms for group of
summer instructors or students.
Good location. With meals as de-
sired. Reduced prices. 1021 East
Huron St. Phone 481-R. 179-2
FOR RENT-Five room house com-
pletely furnished, 1-2 block from
campus. Available from June 15th
to Sept. 15th. Call 1121-J. 224 So.
Twelfth St. 179-2
FOR RENT-To adults, two comfort-
able sleeping rooms, well furnished
and lighted. Also a quiet study
downstairs. Phone 2018-W, 813 E.
Kingsley. 180
FOR RENT-Suites for Summer school
with use of grill for breakfast. Also
single rooms. Two blocks from cam-
pus. 543 So. Division St. 180
F7OR RENT-Pleasant newly decorated
suites or single rooms for Summer
students. Phone 1273-R or call 913
E. Huron. $2.50 per week. 1801

rOk NAL
FOR SALE--Home just outside of Ann
Arbor on State St., 9 rooms, mod-
ern house, beautiful lawn, shade and
fruit trees. One acre and house,
$8,000-$1,000 down, balance on con-
tract. Also choice building lots. N.
S. Johnson, Route 6, Box 107. 179-2
FOR SALE - Law library, including
Michigan Reports. For sale cheap,
if taken at once. Correspond with
Stella M. Sturges, Admx. of estate of
Chas. A. Sturges, Sturgis, Mich. 180
FOR SALE-Three new genuine Nav-
ajo Indian Blankets direct from the
N&vajo reservation. Call at 906
Greenwood Ave., or call 1205-R and
ask for Gower. 180
FO RSALE - One Peerless Cornet
B fiat, silver plated.. Nearly new.
With case. Call at 918 Catherine
between 5-6:30 P. M. 179-2
FOR SALE -- Ford touring, $85.00.
Tires practically new. Motor just
overhauled and in excellent shape.
Phone 1170-M. 180
FOR SALE-Black saddle horse, per-
fect condition, thoroughbred regist-
ered Morgan. Call Mock, 231. 620
S. State St. 1801
FOR SALE-Cheap, 5 passenger tour-{
ing car. Light six Continental Red
Seal motor. Good condition. Call
-344. 180
FOR SALE-Tuxedo, ice skates, skiis,
22 repeating rifle. Call Monday 8-12
or 7-9. 2345 Natural Science. 179-2

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-T-square, drawing boards,
canvas cover, Philip's slide rule.
Practically new. Call 1164. 180
FOR SALE-Two pure blood Airedale
pups. Fred Plenschmidt, Saline.
Phone 197-F22. 180
LOST
LOST-Phi Mu Alpha Fraternity Pin.
Initials W. B. W., on back. Finder
call 613-R. W. B. Wines. 178-3
LOST-Diamond shaped gold pin with
white enamel letters S. C. Please
call 2226-M. 179-2
LOST-BBB "M" Pipe. Reward. F. H.
Bradshaw, 1007 E. Huron. 180
LOST - My pen troubles at Rider's
of course. 308 S. State St. 172-21

FOUND

FOUND-A fountain pen that holds 4
times as much ink. A safe pen for
Exams. Rider's Pen Shops, 308 .
State At. 172-21
NOTICE
I am buying old clothes and paying
the highest prices. $3.00 to $10.00 for
suits. Call 1677-W or bring them to
203 N. 'Main St. Dave Mordsky.-Adv.
Let the Students Transfer Co. haul
your trunks to the depot. Phone
1217-J.-Adv.
A box of stationery from the fine
selection at 0. D. Moirill's, 17 Nickels'
Arcade, makes a pleasing Graduation
Gift.-Adv.

FOR RENT-Room and board in pri
vate family for two Sophomore girls
for next fall. Call 2615-J for furth-
er information. 179-2
FOR RENT-Large, newly furnished
room with running water and dorm-
itory, for next year. 1309 Washten-
aw Ave. 179-2
FOR RENT-Furnished club room with
kitchenette, for summer months.
Call Martin Webb, 1595-R. 180
FOR RENT-Attractive housekeeping
apartment, furnished. 711 Catherine
near State. 180
FOR RENT - Attractive rooms for
girls for next semester. 806 East
Kingsley., 180
FOR RENT- Two single rooms for
Summer school. Phone 2970-M. 539
Thompson. 180
FOR RENT-Four unfurnished rooms
for housekeeping. Immediate pos-
session. 226 Twelfth St. 179-2
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms
for men. Phone 1194-M. 422 East
Washington. 178-3
FOR RENT-Large, nicely furnished
rooms at 1309 Washtenaw for sum-
mer months. 179-2'
LET THE Students Transfer Co. have
your trunks to the Depot. Phone
1217-J. 179-2
HOUSE TO RENT for vacation seas-
on-will accommodate 18. 821 E.
University. Call 1700. 180
FOR RENT-Cool, comfortable rooms,
sing or suite. 711 Catherine St. 180
FOR RENT-Rooms at 311 Thompson.
Two blocks from campus. 180
MISCELLANEOTI
MICHIGAN STUDENTS-Young men
or women desiring to pay their own
expenses at college this coming year,
can earn $10 to $15 per day this
summer by our plan. No matter
where you are going to spend your
vacation. Write Tom L. Johnston,
1707 First National Bank Bldg., De-
troit. 180
DETROIT STUDENTS to sell door
check in Detroit, also Ohio and In-
diana students to represent me in
their home town. Quick sales, good
profit: See G. E. Carnenter between
10 A. M. and 6 P. M. Thursday, June
8, Hotel Allenel. 180
FIRST CLASS chef wants position
now or next fal, fraternity or
boarding house. Good references.
Address Box E. W. S.,Daily. 180
SENIOR AND Mother will care for
house during Summer school in
return for rent. References. Phone
2351-W. 180
NIANTTSCRIPTS accurately typewrit-
ten by experienced typist. Biddle's
Book Store, 11 Nickel's Arcade.
155-21
R. NORMANTON BILBIE, teacher of
Violin, Piano, Harmony. Studio, 307
N. Main Street. Phone 611-M. 170-21
FINE COLLECTION of old violins,
bought in Europe, to be seen even-
ings, 307 N. Main St. 169-21
LAST CALL for Fuller men. Positive-
ly last chance. Fuller Brush Co.,
301 National Bank Building.. 180
TYPEWRITING - Theses accurately
typed and neatly bound. 1443-M.
Miss Clark. 176-3
FIRST CLASS typing done. Call
1015-W, mornings. 4 180

UNITARIAN CHURCH
June 4, 1922
State and Huron Sts.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
"THE LIFE HABIT OF READ-
ING" is the sermon topic. The
organ plays at 10:35; opening
hymn 10:40.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S OUTDOORS
meeting at 4:30 p. m., starting
from Church. Last of year.
Special program, with read-
ing.
R 'I

SUN'DAY'S CHURC.H SERVICES
WHA'T OTHERS SAY
Probe us, prod us, wake us up, 0 God; do not let us, like
sluggards, sleep these precious hours away. That little spark
of celestial fire called conscience, which still glows faintly in
us, fan into a flame of zeal for righteousness. And the visions
which we see now and then when our eyes are even half open;
the sense of unlimited power that sweeps over us at times; the
uncontrollable longing that tugs and pulls at our reluctant,
sluggish, cringing, languishing, cowardly, lazy souls; the burn-
ing aspirations that now and then burst the bonds of worldliness
and make us feel for a moment what it means to be free; - O
God, may all these heaven-sent experiences lift us into a larger
life, life akin to thy life, life that is divine, eternal.

1,

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
Huron, Below State
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
10:30 A. M.-Sermon: "Fret Not
Thyself.'
12:00 M. - Student Guild. Led
by Dr. Chapman.
6:00 P. M.-Guild Social Hour.
Miss Gien Tsu Liu, '24M, of
Kiangsu, China, gives the ad-
dress on "Growing Up With
China."
7:30 P. M.-Senior B. Y. P. U.

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

10:30 A. M.

12:00
2:30
5:45

Noon.
P. M.
P. Ni.

Cor. S. State and E. Washington Sts.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D., Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director
OUR GREAT COMMUNION SERVICE.
Special Music: "Air" (Hollaender) Miss Struble and
Mr. Brooks. Tours' Communion Service.
STUDENT BIBLE CLASS IN WESLEY HALL.
HOSPITAL SING AT U. OF M. HOSPITAL.
WESLEYAN GUILD DEVOTIONAL MEETING on the
BOULEVARD. Meet at Wesley Hall. LEADER: MR.
EDWARD RAMSDELL.
AN EVENING OF MUSIC.
Numbers: "Legende" (Wieniawski), Miss Struble and
Mr. Brooks. "Be Still and know that He is God"
(Stock), the Chorus. "Deus Misereatur" (Parker), the
Chorus. "Holy, holy, holy" (Tours), the Chorus.
"Lord God of Abraham" (Mendelssohn), Mr. Adams.
"The Cricifix" (Faure), Mr. Wheeler and Mr. Dewey.
"Oh for the Wings of a Dove" (Mendelssohn), Mrs.
Wheeler. "People Victorious" (Parker), Miss Howe.
"Fear not ye, 0 Israel" (Spicker), the Chorus.

7:30 P. M.

I I

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(MO.. SYNOD)
Cor. Third and West I[uron Sts.
C. A. BRAUER, Pastor
A Pentacostal Sermon.
9:30 A. M.-Service in German.
10:30 A. M.-Bible Study.
11:30 A. M.-Service - English.
No evening service.
WELCOME
ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELLHORN,
Paster
Something to consider: "Facts
form the basis of Christianity.
These facts are unerringly
given us in the Bible. Any
philosophy which attacks the
Facts of the Bible attempts to
undermine the basis of all
Christianity."
9:00 A. M.-Pentecost service.
(German).
10:30 A. M.-Confirmation serv-
ice.

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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
"THE S1CRET *OF CHANGED LIVES"
* * * * * * *
YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING
6:00
Mary Harris, '23, leads in the topic:
"The Church in Industrial Centers."

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
The annual Children's Day Services will be held at
the time of the morning worship, at ten-thirty o'clock.
The children of the Kindergarten and Primary De-
partments of the Church School will share in the
services.

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