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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1923
At P.. AfVE1R
LOST
LOST Sat. night near Unitarian
church purple silk inbrella. Re-1
ward.. Phone 3011-.
BLACK AND WHITE striped fountain
pen with fraternity seal. Finder{
please call 2236-W.
THREE weeks agoPlatinum face pin.
Saphire in center. 2898-J. Reward
TWO-YARD Piece of, Silk drapery'
cloth, Mulberry shade. Reward.)
Call 835-F-1.
TEN' DOLLARS (Thursdayafternoon)
Finer Call 2019-M. Near State Sf.
BARREL. of a Lady's gold fountain
pen. Engraved Helen L. King. Re-
ward. Call 1070-J.
SMALL KEYSTONE notebook with
Psychology notes. Finder please
call 2585-J.
ONE LARGE smoke button beween
fur store on Liberty St. and Museum
on Campus, call 498-J.
?CONKLIN FOUNTPAIN PEN Thursday
in Periodical Room of Library. Call
1328. Reward.
ELGIN WRIST WATCH on Palmer
Field, Thursday. Reward Mar-
garet Blackburn, Newberry Resi-
dence, 2946-M.
PART OF-LADIES gold fountain "pen
on. campus ( Wednesday mornting).
Prized as gift. Kindly return to 907
N. University Ave. Reward. Phone
2272-W.
FOR - SATLI,
1917 FORD COPE. Good tires. Good
running condition.. $100 bash. 108
Davis avenue, -after 5 p. mn.
GO TO IOWA and Wisconsin. Ford
touring for sale. All tires new $75.
A. H. Pollard, 209 S. State. 3083-J.
KING CORNET in good condition.
Very reasonable. Phone Edward,
2$63-J.
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER,' No 4.
Call after 6:00 p. m. nt 215 So. Thay-
er St.
BUICK "4" SEDAN* in splendida condi-
tion. $250.00. Call, 201~9-R. 418
Hill St.
SI'X-LUNG CAR. Born 1918 at Over-
Jand factory. Will go anywhere.
See it a Overland garage,.'Fourth
and :William or-.call 3067-M eve-
nings. $70.
THREE excelletnt downstairs seats for
De Pachmian concert;'. also. several
for other concerts including Extra
Seri'es. 'Phone 1142-R;
. Se Grd-Capl Hil Auitoiumtod~ay.

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TIE MICHIGAN DAILYy
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FLOWIRS BOARD
i THI Blu aizePEST BOARD ,at reasonable cost. Try
tio 9 ickl'sArcde.213E Lbery. us any. time. Varsity Lodge Dining
CLOSES N. 9Nce rae 1 iet. Hall, 611 Church Stsa
I.TISINGU I AT 3, P.. WANTED ITS PI)CARS.
7,A NUMBER. of energetic students de- 11919 Oldsmobile 6 Touring.
i siring to earn money during sparei 1918 Oakland Touring.
jNEW FIVE ROOM modern bungalow, hours. Congenial and profitable I 1920 Nash Sport.
$500 down. Call 2438. work. For particulars, address thej 1921 Nash 4. Touring.
Garvin Institute, 4109 Woodward 1919 Hudson Touring.
' GRANT S$IX Touring Car in good con-; Ave'., Detroit, .Mich.. 1922 Hudson Tour~ng.
ditioni. Cepo ah ala 1922 Nash 4 Coupe.
622 S. Main St. WVANTED-A. Salesman .to sell and 1921 Stear~ns-Knight 4-Pass.
._..,. . install high grade Ra~dio Sets. 1918 Oldsmobile 6; Touring.
ARMY OVERCOAT 806 Cathierine St.' Some experience with~ radio re- 1920 Nash 46 Touring
quired. Schaeberle & Son Music 1.922 Nash4 Carriole.
TYPEWRITEFR IREPAIR ING House, 110 S. Main, OD E
ORSALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock a4nd F OR TEMciaein itrso ANN ARBOR NASH-I CO.
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrnd ,ad- 311l lantern night. Please call for 31Mynr
ing machine, Line-arTinie copy Hjelen Howard, 2949.OTIA
holders, .rubber stamps, ribbons, OPTICAL__________________
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup- TWO TICkETS..to Marin e Gambe. Call
plfI VCE$ FILPR R-ies. Machines rented, 1664-I after seven. Prompt ser~ it uality a tr-
{ANN ARBOR TYP'EWRiITER IilProptseriafins.uali fae-
E XCHANGE. Phone 8S6, downtown FOUNTAIN PENS iatougeanintnsStsf-
________________________________________________ tory results guaranteed.
(11tTTV4:F1-_B __ ,_q TV Iq P-T )

1INSUE PERSONAL EFFECTS
We insure your personal property,
including jewelry,, furs, musical in-
struments, etc., in Sororities, Fra-
ternities, and Rooming Houses,
against all haz-ards. Rate very rea-
son able.
PROPERTY SERVICE COMPANY
701 Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Phone 417-'W,
TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
pnramptly and neatly done.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State St.,
over "lt" i.,uncni. Phone 993-M
Furniture repairing, uphiolstering
and finishing. Prompt service by
expert workmen. Mr. C. Link.
4 'THE SQUARE DEAL FURNITURIE
II ~RE+PAIRING CO
305 Third St. Phone 2731-M
iliUSICAL
Have you heard THE MICHIGAN
SEVEN yet Michigan's premier
seven piece orchestra. Phone 1767-J.
Harry Tustison.
TYPEWRI'TERS
TYPEWRITERS
of all makles
Bought, Sold, Rented Exchanged.
Cleaned and Repaired.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South, State Street, t
over "14" Lunch. Phone 992-M
ANY TIME, ANY PLACEf We will de-
liver Remington," Portables or other
used typewriters. Stacy R., Black,
604 E. Madistm. . 1809.
FOR RENT
SHAR~E in large front. room.' Party
may work for same if desired. Phone
1194-11. 422 E. Washington.
SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE for rent
Liberty, between Main and State.
Phone 2135=4,
ILARGE LIGHT FRONT ROOM, one
half block from campus. Rent rea-
sonable. Phone 871-M. 42,6 May-
nard street.

4~AAJ.1J _________ We are the authorized Wahl and
Every WOMAN with a I3 ARD lEversharp Service Station.
Should know that the Superfluous Call find see the new Wahl "Signa- j
H-air Growth caa b1e permanently and 'Lure" Pens. Two sizes, $5.00 and ,
safely removed by electrolysis. $7.00. They are, the finest self-filling
Work done by competent graduatei pens we have seen.
nurse operator. Fees reasonable. RIDER'S P EN SHOP.
ELECTRIC - COQ SMETIC SERVICEf 302 S. State St.
Hours: 224 Nickel's Arcade
1 to 4:30 (2nd FLOOR) FOUNTAIN PEN. I1N
Why risk having your pen spoiled
Try a Rest Facial with vicious ink. Fill ' at our free
ARCADIA BEAUTY STIOP, filling station and. be convinced that
Room 21,Wuerth Arcade Upstairs lour special formula Diamond Writing
FOR THE GAMES Fluid is the best ink for your pen.
CGet a box of "Art" Powder and have W~e sell i~ at standard prices.
that clear pink complexion you 'ad- RIDERS PEN SHOP
mire. "Wirt" Powder stays on until. FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
you wash it off and protects you from,
chapping. Excellent after shaving.' You want your Fountain Pens prop-'A
Does not-rub off on Clothing. Phone erly repaired. Why take themr to an
1356=R. undertaker? Experienced workmant-1
FOR HIRE ship to be had only at Rider's Pen:'
-- - Shop. It costs no more.
1023 FORD and drive yourself. Phone 24 Hlour Penme ker's Service.
516-M, ask for Riley. Remember the place', 302 S. State'
r St. Authorized Wahl and Eversharp
See Grid-Graph Hill Auditorium today. service.f

302 S. State, Ann Arbor.
OSTEOrATIUC PHYSICIANS
j ~Dr. Dorathy Sellards
303 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. j
f Hours by appointment
IPhone 333 Fi
MISCELLANEOUS
GRUEN WATCHES
Complete line of wrist watches.'
Ladies and gentlemen's watchies. $25
to $150,
ARNOLD STATE: STREET
JEWELER,
302S5. state.
aSPECIAL HTVVSALE
Showing of advan~e styles in win-
ter rilliniery. We are ivir n:~ecial:
prices this week, from $ up on all'
patterns and models from ouron
wor~k room. We do custom work, re-
modeling,, reblockin., end steamring
of velvets.
MILADYS SHIOPPE,
27 Wuerth Arcade Upstairs.

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FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
IR. ED)WARD SAYIJES, Xinister
11OWAMD R. C 1AP31AN
:Minister of University Students
10: 30-Worship and Sermon, "The
Challenge of Jesus." Mr. Sayles.
Special Music: (a) Anthem, "Seek
Ye the Lord" ........Perry.
(b) Duet, 'TeShl Feed, His
Flock".....from "The Messiah"
Mrs. Grace Konold and
Miss Mary Ross
12:00, Church Sunday School.
6:00 B. Y. P. U. in Church Par-
12:00.S tu de n ts' Class, Guild
House. "The Kingdom of God,"
second study. Mr. Chapman.
5:30-6: 30-All students invited to '
Guild House for friendship Hour.
6:30-Devotional Meeting. "Why
Pray ?". Lyle, Thompson.
Special Music; Sunday A. MW.

Church services

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave., niear Packard
GI. A. NN EUMAINN, Pastor

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ISunday School at 9:00 a m.
9:00-Sunday, School and
IClasses.
10:00- English Services.
11:00-Gemanm Services.

Bible

A.s educated men and , women,
let us take a more active 'pa#t i.'
the religious ife and thought off
this community through the
medium of these ch urches.

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and hluron Streets
SIDNEY S.ROBINS, 3Minister
November 4, 1923
9:45 A. M.
Church School
10:30 A. M.
Morning Service
"A Religious Revolution." The
spiritual interpretation of a his-
toric movement.
5:45 P. M.
Young People's Supper
6:30 P. M.
Mr. John Francis Glynn, the "Pris-
on Poet," speaks.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Tienhlorary Homne
LANE HALL
F'. R. ARTHUR, Pastor
9:30--Bible School.
10: 30---Morning Service. Subject:,
"The Power of the Gospel"
12: 00--Men's Service Club.
6:30'-Christ-laflEndeavor.
Student Classes tit Noon
In Lane Hall Reading Rooms
Mr. Coffman, Leader

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ZION hLUTHERAN
CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLUORN, Pastor

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ST. P'AUL'S LUTHERAN1
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Corner Third and West ffuroni Sts,
CARL A BRIAUER, Pastor
SERVICES
9:30 A. M.-Services in German.
10:30 A. M.-Bible School.
11:30 A. M.-Services in English.
"Civil Governent"
5:30 P. X--Social Hour and Dis-
cussion. Subject, "Church Union-
ism." Leader, Adolph Bigge.
No Evening Sermon
Young People's Social Hour at 530
TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
fFifth~ Ave. and William St.
RE VXI. L. F. GINDERM3AN, Pastor;
E9:30 A. MJ.-Sunday School with
student class.
10 :30 A. M._--"Tle Home and'So
Iciety."
EVERYONE IS WELCOME

"I: am not, and do not want to be
Anybody's master. I share with
the Church the one common doc-
trine of Christ, who alone is our
Master."-Martin Luthler..
9:00 A. M.-Bible Study Hour.
10:30 A. M.-Reforlnation Sermon'
(Gefmuan )
5:30' P. M.-Student "Forum.
"511 o ui thi American University
L i ite ." Carlos Garcia-Prada,
Leader.
7:30 P. ITI.=L Sermon, "]"Fittful-
ness 'Tested."
All services in the English
language.

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Clothes-Ologist?
D~o you dig deep into tihe mys-5
teries of their transformation
of the wool fronm the sheep
baa-ing out on the range to the
clothes you wearI
rScarcer: Mligty few kiow
the ins and outs of clothes as
they're made. Most of us
criticize clothes same as music
-"Don't know what, it is but I
like ItV"
But somebody has to know.
We do?; It's 'our, business to
take care of the technical part
so that when you say, "I like
-that suit," you know, and we
fknow, that the material, tailor-
ing, - and style. will give you
absolute satisfaction under our
rigid money back guarantee.
Suits andu-2O"Coats
ยง$25.00 to $60.00

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A Cordial Welcome to All

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Fl'IRST ME! : THO.DI ST CHURCHR
REV'. A. W. STAL4ER, D. D., Pastor
REV. WV.' SCOTT WESTE.RMAN^ Associate Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student ,Director.
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship. Pastor's Subject: "TILE ART OF
READINW1.
6:30 P. M.-WESLEYAN GUILD DEVOTIONAL MEETING. Freshmen
girls will have charge.
7:30 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild Lecture. Mr. ED~IN MARKHLA14~ Poet
Philosopher, will be the speaker.
Students are most cordially, invited to our services.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
REV. LEONARD A. B3ARRETT, D.D., Minister
I LEWIS C. REL1IANN, '16, See'y Men Students
XRS. NELLIE CADWELL, Sec'y Womien Students

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10:30
12:00
5:30
6:30

Morning Worship. Communion and Reception of Members.
Student Sunday School.
Social' Hours and Open House.
Christian. Endeavor. Fred R. Thomas, '25M, Leader. Topic :
"THE FORM OF GAMBLING AND .ITS EVILS"'
-All Young People Welcomed.

CONGR.EGAITIONAL -CHURCH,
- "THE STONE CHURCH WITTII HEWArM*% WELCCMBI'
HERBERT A. JUMP, -Minister E. KNOX, M1TIIEFLL, ITunier sity Past or
LUCY HLUBER, Secrefti y for Wvomen Students
The issues in the present controversy between the conservative, Funda-
mentalists represented by Mr. Bryva and the liberal Modernists rep-

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COR. 'CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, RECTOR
CHARLES T. WEBB, Pirector Student Work

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