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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P. M.

DVERTI SING

xReplies are at the
C, 18, JSC, M-3, 25,
H, RBT, MC.
ILY CLASSI1FIED..I

Classified Rates. Two cents a word
a day, paid in advafrce. Mliimum
'charge for fist dy, 25c. Miimumn
thereafter, Z20c. Thrxe cents per word1
per day if chiarged. White spaceI
charged for at rate of five cent~s perI
agate line. Classifieds, charged~ only l
to those having phones.
- Phone80.
PRE-WAR PRICES
ON
I31PORTED LINEN
Toweling, dress linens and art' cloth.
IWOMAN'S EXCIIANG1E
10 Nickel's Arcade
162-2
DON'T FORGET
Smith Tire Repair
Oldest and most reliable place
to buy tires.
Kefl~ySpigteld Diamond Tirs
128c-tf
FORL engraved calling cards or steel
die ;embossing see O. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Arcade. 157c10
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PR~ICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed_.
zresday issue of The Daily. 12 5c-tf.
THE WOMEN'S LEAGUJE receives a
per.entage on all cash purchases
iiaeat the store of 0..D. Morrill;
117 Nickel's Arcade. 1.57c-10
MOTHER'S DAY is Sunday, May 13.
Greeting cards for all occasions at
0.' D Morrill,.17 Nickel's Arcade.
157c-6
For Mother's day, select some Victor
1Iecprds of the Red Seal lkind. At
Sciiaeberle and Son's. 110 S. Main
St.? 162c
LOSS'
LOST-Taken from Chemistry Build-
ing Thursday morning, Twted Tlop-
coat' with pair gloves. $10 reward
and' no questions asked if returned;
to Mr. Dreyfuss, 210 N. State St.
LOST-Taken from Chemistry Build-
ing, Thursday morning a tweed top-
'coat. $5 reward and no questions
asked, if returned to Mr. Dreyfuss
at 210 N. State St., 751-W.j
161p-3
LOJTF-Gold wrist watch Wed. at
Clemens recital or between High
School and 206 S. Thayer." Reward.
Phone 988-R. 16i2p-2
LOS$T OR EXCHIANGED-At Chi,'Psi
Touse, Thursday, top-coat, gray
brown tweed. Call Eddy 231.
162-3
LOST-Conklin Fountain Pen.. Return
to 915 East Ann. Phone 1228J.
162-2
LOST,-Gold -watch. Mau~d Murdock en-
graved on back. Call Burrows,.
496-F-2. 162p
LOST-Friday noon, small brown pup;
in vicinity of Fourth and Packard.
Call Satterfield, 436-J. 162p

FOR SAtLE
5 room bungalow, S.E. section,
$1000 down.
11 room house, 1 block from Camn-
pus, $1000 down. P hone 366 or 207.
Elsner E. Brooks
7 Sanvings 13k. 1,ldg.
FOR SALE-Underwood No. 5, Bac1K
Spacer, two color ribbon. Ine?
shape, price $35.00. 308 S. State
St. 2nd floor. Phone 310-M.
162c-3
FOR SALE-Airdale puppies from
registered parents. Phone 197-F-22,
Saline. Fred Kleinsphmidt.
145p-33
FOR SALE-A sixteen room house on
State St. Suitable for a fraternity
or sorority. Inquire at 604'E. Jef-
ferson, or call 349-W. 162p-3
CABLE NELSON piano. A-i, condi-
tion, oak case, excellent tone, $150.
631 Oakland. 2808-W. 161p-4
FOR SALE-Onle May Festival Course
Ticket, 8th row first: balcony. Kid-
der, phone' 2738. 161p-3
FORL SALE--A Steamer trunk. 111 S.
jIngalls. 162-2
F OR . SALE-700 loads of. black dirt.
George Spathelf, phone 42. 111-2
FORZ SALE-A log-log slide rule.
Price $10. Call 2949. 160-3
REAL ESTATE
OWNER MUST SELL AT ONCE' So
will sell this modern S-room house
located just off the camnpus, at an
exceptionally low price. 'Wil pro6-
vide a hiome and income. Call us
at once. Mrs. Gustine, Phone 835-
F-1 or 2738. 10
10 r"oom house with large dormiitory
sritable for small scrority or fra-
ternit ,. barge lots. Price $15,000,
with $1500 down and good termis.
Mrs. Gustine. 716 First Nat. Bank
Bldg. Phone 835-F-i' or 2738. 1626

THIREEME E SO TAcev th tw awrsaetaer om MEM1311111111111111E111lRS OF 1illlltllltt1111111111111INK ceI11111 ttt(ive lthe iaward are thos
TEAMt GET TARSITY "N" mended by Coach W. S terry Brown at;
-- ,the concluson of the tank season. They;'
(Continued from Page- Six) are requested to call at the offices of l . r e st ilV Uat AMIA#
"AMA's" go to Eric Mildner, '24A, I the Athletic association to be measured yvR.
John W. Kearns, '24M, Capt. FrancisĀ° for sweaters.M e oc vdt , !
L. Smith, '23E, john G. Searle, '23P, A captain of next y~r's swimming'
:Norman R. Hanson, '23, and Alfred L. team will be elected within the next- Tickets for Single Concerts may be secured at the Univer~sity School of Music,
Mieline, '2. Te nie mn tore-two eek. I$1.50 each. A few Course Tickets remain at $5.00 each.
- >$TAWLISNEtDtit S X BIRORM
.) SORANOS BY--
lm $rio~inD ii~o CONTRALTOS TWELVE
MAIONkiwy O. ~Tnrx ~hiTSVTENORS STAR
BARITNES _SOLO ISTS
Teklephone Murray gHil BA ITONE
TH J'-REE VIOLINIST
~4~i~g orm tnist-iy4rRENOWNED' PIANIST
an h~~~frIORGANIZATIONS ORGANIST
Flannel Trous~ers, Knickers, Special Shirts, Hosier'y, -
Shoe, Hts, apsTHE UNIVERSITY CHORAL, UNION
Shetland Sweaters, Personal Luggage J1 THE CHILDREN}S FESTIVAL CHORUJS
Men's.and t3oys' garments for THE C_ -1l, SYMPHONY ORCHET5 RA
Every requirement of Diens or Sporting WearW
R eady made or to Measure GUSTAV H OLST1
Distinguished Guest Conductor,
"end fur, { ompa?so'ns"
Our R epresetative 'will be at the MOwIBO E ,S~ KC N U T R
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT TIGKETS AT
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 14 AND 15 U I E ST C O L O U I
3O0ST I NEWPORT K IIIIIIIiIIIMIIiI~~li
ilXMONT7OR. 0YL~roN220 BKLLEVUS Av4rNU~
Hrave You Read The "For Sae" Want Ads

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FORIE UNT
FOR 'RENT-4 Oand 5 room apart- a
Ments, modern, furnished,. Reduc-
ed ' rent until September. J. Carl
Malcolm, 692 E. Liberty St._ Phone
1713-M or '1661-J. 161-3
FOR RENT-Furnished house from'
June 15 to September 15. Large,
shady yard. Inquire' 1001 Forrest.1
Phone 721, 162-3
FOR RENT-Sept. 1, house at 1102
Prospect. Modern, attractive. Call'
at premises or phone Ward, 2196-1R.
. 161-3

TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. -antd WillimSt.

unba hureb ervxcces

FIRST f HURCTI UP
SCIENITIST
409 S. Divlsion

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9:30

L. F. GIJNERMIAN, Pakstor

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Service. 10:30'

A. M.-Bible School.

10: 30 A. MT.-"lfutles4 of Children
to pnrenrt"""

Loyalty seems to be the k eynote of Mother's Day.
Loyalty to home however humble and wherever lo-
cated; loyalty. to parents; loyalty to that faith in
God and i s world thru rwhich they led us to a
knowledge of the divine realities or-'the Gospels Mes-
sagec. We may niot ex? ress; our ideas in the. same
creedal forms as did1 some of our, parents, and we
may ri4t shar'e the sam~e points o1t view inrespect tQ
the tenets of the- christian religion;' but no one can
get* away from his obligation to and gratitude for

that simple and direct faith in God which made their
lives what they were and1 which enabled them to give
us what we posse~ss. Religion to many of our parens
Was real and mn6t a mere symbol or. form. Religion
to them was something to be lived and not only
something to be believed. Ma1y we possess more of
the real religion of our, parents.,, May f fith like theirs
ever lead us on and on.
REV. LtONA R DA. BARRETT.

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SubJeect:"Adam ni d Fallen :Man
Wednesday Evening,''testimc
meeting," 7:30,.
R~eading Room, 236 Nickels
cade. Open dhly n-to 5 exc(
Sundays 'and 1Holidays:

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WANTEJ)
WANTED-Students to work in kit-
chen remainder of semester. Em-
ployment assured next year. 644
Tappan Ave. 158p-5
WANTED--To' rent garage near
southeast corner of campus, during
lVay F'estival week. Call Smith,
1057.. 162p-2
To (room club of 15 or 20 men or wo-
men dining room accommodations.
Mrs. Deland, 1128-4. 161p-2

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

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UNITARIAN CH1UICH
State and Ifuron Streets
SID1NEY S. FRDIS, iltndsf~r

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BUSINESS OPPOKRT UNITY

AGENTS-Men or women- to make
hlouse to house sales in their home
territory during their vacation. Lib-
eral commnissons. No previous can-
jvass made. Send~fifty cents for
samnple and information. Niagara
Curtain Container Co., 'Niagara
SiVLESMTAN WANTED-To lid~ndle Ann
:arbor improved property, also sub-
div~ision. Must be a hustler. Phone
866. 161c-3
KO1DAK l1 F IING
FILMS-Developed and printed byi
our own ~phiotograph1ers. Le~ave
Etlms at any of our stores today,
get prints tomorrow nighJt. Calk-
in~s Fletcher Drug Co. 109-21:
HOUSECLEANING
WE~ make your house clean without
paint. We do both interior and ex-
terior washing. City House Clean-
ing Co. Phone '19?95=J. 152c30,
EXPERTS on washing windows at
trason~able prices. City Window
Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-J. 153c30
RUGS SHAMPOOED or Dust cleaned.
A~uArbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Fhone 50. 13sc-tf
A "REX Special Canoe Lunch will

WANTED-At University Hospital, 2
students for wall washing. Apply
Housekeeping Office. 161-3'
TYPEWRITING
TYPEWRITING and Mimeographing.
promptly and neatly done. Anythingj
from a postcar~d to a volume of hun-
dreds of pages.
0. D. 31ORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade' Phone 1718
157c-10
YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-
DL4ES BOOK STORE. 11 Nickels'
Arcade. llic-tf
USED CARS
FORD SEDAN-Runs and looks new.
Very low mileage very carefully
driven, Has all the accessories' if
you are in the market for a good
car, come and see this, between 6'
and 7 p. in.. Cash or terms. 1121
Church. 162c-2'
BUICX 4 ROADSTER1-Good condi-
tion. Good tires. Bargain for cash.
Call 1580-M. 162-2
JNTERSTATE TAILORS
UNRIVALLED CLOTHING VALUES
IN TAILOR-MADE SUITS AND TOP-
COATS' AT $27.50. THE INTER-,
STATE TAILORS, ARE AT THE
AMVERICAN HOTEL. PHONE 123
FOR APPOINTMENT. 156c-4
TYPEWRITERS
EXPERT 'Typewriter Repairing, all
makes. Ann Arbor Typewriter Ex-
change. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank
Block. 123c-tf
IlAGGAGE
PHONE 2700, PACKAGE AND BAG-
rs '" -'1fffT~k1 l 4 1f1ll _9

10:30 A.
Rowe.

M.-Organ recital, Mr. La

ZIO %ATIERAN
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C.: STELL*OI1 , Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Bible study dour.
14:30 A. M.-A pre-confirmation
service.
5': 30 P. ICI.-Studfent Forumn. Sub -
ject, "The Christian Attltu4'e to-
ward Criminal's." Miss Ruth
Sauer, Leader.
7:30 P. M.-Sermoii subject, "A
Clear Case of Inspiration." Matt.
10, 19, 20.
All services in English.

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G. A." NEU31ANN, Paistor

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School at 9:00 a. m'.
Service at 10:0'a. to. Eng-

10:30--Morning Worship.
"MVoher," Mr. Sayles.

SerminIi

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BETHILEHiEM
EVANGELICAL CH~URCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4t AveM, near Packa A

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Church
man.
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FIRST BAP'IST
CHURCH
IL EDWiAR P SAYLES, 31inister
HOWARD RI. CHAPMAN,
36nlster for Students

Service 11:00,a.:nm".

AN ARBO
BIW9LEGIJAIR

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10:40 A. M.--Morningi Service, Ser.
inon Topic: "TUis New Freedom."
9:45 A. M.-Church S'chool.

cents Cordially W 6lcoed

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7:304 - Evening service. Sermon,
" aul's Stuloide a Warning.
AgAinst Jealousy," Mr. Sayles.
Following the morning Church'
Service, students will: meet at
Guild House across: the street for
class study. This service is at
service, with~ Donald Ressler,
'23E, as leader. The topic' is,
"The Ediueational Function of
Kel3I'oT."

See

Upper Rom"

and Prin~ted Schedule
Sunday cZlass far. Metaf

4:30 P. M1.-Young Peo'ple's outdoor
meeting. If fthe weather is bad,
the supper will be at ,the chu'reh,
at the regulAr time.

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
'REV A 'V~. STALKE RDP. Tht
MISS ELLEXN W 1MOORE, S~tudnt Director
10:30 A. M. MORNING .W6RSHIP., Pastor's Subject: "XOTIIE~It)1O,
A SANCTUARY?'
12:00 Noon. BIBLE CLASSEiS in WESLEY HALL.
5:311 P. M. OPEN HOUSE at WESLEY HAIA1L.
6:30 P. M.. WESLEYAN GUILD DEVOTIONAL MEETING. MR. ROBERT
70 P. M. EVENING WORSHIP. Pastor's Subject: "THE' SIMPLICI-
TY OF CHRIST."
SPECIAL MUSIC: "Grand Chorus in D," (lDeshayes), Mrs. Rh*eadl; "An;-
tiantino" (Martini -Kreisder), Miss. Struble;, "Benedictus"; (qunod),
the chorus choir; "The Mother, to Her Chlre"(Rachmanlo'ff),
Mr. Wheeler; "The Triumphal March" (Guilmant) ; "Andante Sos-
temuto" (Guilmant) ; A Postlude (Dubois), Mrs., Rhead; "God be
Merciful to Us" (Parker), "Turn Thee unto Me". (Cot), the chorus:
choir, "Arians" (Massenet), Miss Struble.

9:30-German Service.

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11:30-English Service.
Sernmon subject: ".PerseCiitloiifear
Christ's Sake."
Communion Services a week from
Sunday, afnnouncement on Fri-..
day afternoon.

"IMOTIIERfS DAY"
5':3'0
Young People's Hour
6:30
Christian Endleavor Meeting
"For What Do I Go to Church; Cary I be as Good a. ChislthinOut,,;ide a
Ind" Lucile Meyering, '23, Leader.

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"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARIA WELCOME"
Hlerbert A. Jump, E.. Knox Mitchell,'l Ajiy K. Ifiliar, Staff.
10:30 A. M.-Mr. Jump, continues his liberal interpretations of
CRtEE D OF PROGRR1SNLVE CHRISX1A'_IT'Y

F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor.

COR. CATHERINEl AND DIVISION S'TREETS

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9:30 A. M.-Bible School.=Prof.
Barnhill, superintendent.
12:00 M.-Student Clase in Lane
' Hall Reading Roomts.

8:00'A. M.--Holy" Communion.

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IV "ThI1 Day of Judlgment y rsus linendin'g Divine Lave,"

10:30 A. M.--Morning IPrayer and Sermo yt Ror.. 8ubiec
is My Rear Selfl" '"
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