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The Michigan Daily, 1923-10-06

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THE MICHIGAIN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOEE~R G. 1923

SATURDAY
3 :60-Football, Michigan vs. Case on
Ferry field.
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
in the Upper room, Lane hall.
8 :00-D)ance at the Armory.
S :30-Dance at Granger's academy.
9:00--Union dance.
SU7NDAY
12 :00-G~erald Hoag on "Motion Pie-
tu res," Congregational Forum.
4:00--Miss Marie Lanzar' will speak
on "The Philippines," Congregation-
al church parlors.
r'30-Student supper and fireside clhat,
Congregational church.
6 :30-Christian Endeavor meeting at
the Presbyterian church.
9 :30-Uniiversity Men's Bible; class
meets in Upper room, Lane hall.
U-.NOTICE S
Men wishing to tryout for publicity
department of the" Oratorical asso-
ciation may senid their name, phone,
and. previous experience to Millard
J.Pryor, 803 South State street.
Sophomores and juniors only will

receive consideration.
)Iannscripts for Whimsies now ac-
cepted. Address Whimsies, Press
building.
Pencil sketches and etchings by Cze-
cho-Slovakian artists now on exhibit
in the architectural corridor of the
Engineering building.
Michigan Telephone Cable Breaks
Southeastern Ann Arbor was tem-
porarily cut off from telephone serv-
ice yesterday, because of a 50 foot
break in the Michigan State Telephone
company's cable on Washtenaw. Work-
men broke the cable Wednesday while
preparing the roadbed for the M-17
trunk line pavement.

NEARLY
READY!I
WHA T')
The Arbor Fountain
Watch for Opening
Read the Want Ads

FOR SATURDAY
An interesting display of J'Ital lirocade
and Velvet Pattern Hats
PUYEAR & H INTZ
328 S. MAIN STREET

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TEXT BOOKS & SUPPLIES
FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS
W A H 9 SUNIVERSITY
316 STATE STREET Telephone 926

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Church bvce

Throughout the years of Michi-
gan's ascendency these
churches have faithfully aided
her. Should we not support them
now with our attendance on

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BETHLEiHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave.. near P~ickard
G. A. NEUMANN, Pastor
Sunday School at 9:00 a in,
9:00-Sunday School and Bible
Slasses.
10: 00-English Services,
11:00-German Services.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Corner Third and West THuron Sts.
CARL A B AUER, Pasvtor
SERVICEiS
9: 00-Prepatory Service in Ger-
man.
9:3-Holy Communion in German.
11: 00-Prepatory Service in Eng-
lislt.
11: 30-H1oly Communion in. Eng-
fish. Sermon Subject: "The
Work of the Chuarch."
No Evening Services
A cordial invitation is extended to
all University Studeqts.
TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and William St.
REV. L. F. GUJNDERMAN, Pastor
9:30 A. M. -- Bible School with
student classes.
j10:30 A. M.-"Thle Lord's S upper-
a Communion:"

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w iercn
-For Groceries an
Real Home Made-
Baked Goods M
S(Lowest Prices Quality Considered)
SAVE 10 TO 20%0
No bad accounts to help pay for.
for when you trade here
y"''Sugar Hiher.
But-We Can Take Care of Your
Wants at Lowvest Prices
Guaranteed
Extra Fancy White Potatoes,
per bushel . . *.. .... I. .
12c Bread, all kinds-None
better mrade . . . . . ....
*3for 25CI
SHome Made Fried Cakes-the 1
-Best in the city; 25c value only
Call and Get Samples=
-r -
IOur New and Up-tog-I
Turns Out the Finest Line of Eats
in the City
Lowest Prices for Quality Goods
Made by 'Experts in the Most Sanitary Way.
Ar~nCoffee3 c
'IiILI or *""f" 500 000000
Guaranteed as good as others
a Charge much more for, or
Your Money Back
Is Not This Fair?
_ s U-
S55c Butter-
for crr~~i~ A
- Get Your Orders In Early -
for Deliveries
~Use Your Phone, 161-2979 C. 0. D."

Orders Have Careful Attention
GoodService
Sc Fancy Bordo English 59M
: Why Pay That Higher Price? -
35c Old Dutch Cocoa-not the .9c
A Full Pound
FREE! FREE!
With =$5 order or more a Gillett Safety
Razor FREE. [50 deals only.]
Remember our Bake Shop runs day
and night We make anything you
Smight want. Quality, is our "watch
word. Special prices for parties" and
banquets.
SLargest Grocery and Bakery Business.~
in Ann Arbor

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ZION- LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Washington St. and FISIh Ave.
E. C.. STELLHORN, Pastor

Temporary Home
LANE HALL

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F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor

Appreciating our common need
and only hope we also "Determin-
ed not to know any thing among
you, save Jesus Christ, and him
crucified."

9:30-Bible School.
10: 30-Morning' Service. Subject:
"Lying and Character."
12:00-Men's Service, Club.
6: 30-Christian Endeavor.
Stridenit Classes at Noon
In Lane Hall Reading Roomis

Bible study hour, 9:00 A. M.

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Morning sermon, German, 10:30.
Subject, "Conifiding Readiness."
Student For~um, 5 :30 P. M.
Evening sermon, English, 7:30.
Subjfect, "Our Reasonable Serv-
Ice."
Sermons by the pastor.

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EVERYONE IS WELCOME

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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
REY. LEONARD A. BARRETT, D.D., Minister
LEWIS C. REILANN, '16, Secly Men Students
10:30 Morning Worship. "The Imperial Christ."
12:00 STUDENT SUNDAY SCHOOL.
1. "Students' Standards 'of Action"-led by "Father" Thomas
Iden of the Upper Room.
2. "Jesus in the Light of the Prophets"-led by Miss Mary Ross,
Secretary ~University Y. W. C. A.
3. "Conmparative Religions"-led by Dr. J. E. Kirkpatrick, of the
Political Science Department.
5:30 SOCIAL HOUR. For all students.
6:30 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Messages from the Student Confer-
ences.

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COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS

henry Lewis, Pastor

Charles Webb, Student Pastor

Week of October 7th to 13th

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Thle new CJI~rus Choir will appear at the morning service, 10:45 a. m.
Mr. Jump will speak on "THlE COLLEGE TOWN THAT HISSED THE

Sunday, October 7

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8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.

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