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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THIS IDSI. Eu THIS
COLUMN IJ UM
CTSES CLOSES
AT3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M

now

WANTED

WANTED-A Salesman to sell and
install high grade Radio Sets.
Some experience with radio re-
quired. Schaeberle & Son Music
House, 110 S. Main.
THREE TICKETS for Marine game.
Crane 2451.
A ROOM MATE-Comfortable front
room, 536 Elm St. Call 409-M.
ONE~ TICKET on 35 yard line plus
$2.50 for two together in north or
South stand. Paul Damoose. Call
663-J.,
TWO Marine game tickets. Call 63
Paul Bruske.
A HIGH SCHOOL GIRL to work after
school. Call 2635-R.
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtowvn
LOST
LOST Sat. night near Unitarian
church purple silk umbrella. - Re-
ward. Phone 3011-R.
BAR PIN with sets. Please call
Ottilie Davis, telephone 1665-R
IN CLOAK ROOM of Union Nov. 7
Finder will please send notes or
phone Walter W. Tufford, 725
Chgrch St.
FOUNTAIN PEN with XW monogram,
on Geddes Ave., between campus
and Walnut St. If found please re-
turn to Martha Vaughan, 524 Wal-
nut St., or Secretary's Office, or
phone 2100-R.
IN VICINITY of St. Joseph's I-ospiP
tal a pair of eye glasses in case.
Call 1036 afternoons or evenings.
A DELTA ZETA sorority pen. Name
on back. Reward. Finder call
815-J.
LOG LOG SLIDE RULE. Name on
case. Finder please call 873-M. Re-
ward.

REAL ESTATE
FINE HOME filled with thirteen room-I
ers close to campus. This is very,
nice and can be handled with asI
low as $2,000 down, including room-
ers and furniture.
HAVE ONE EIGHT ROOM, very nice,'
on paved street at the right priceJ
that can be had with only $1500.00
down and easy payments.
WE ALSO HAVE some very choice
building lots in different parts of theI
city, at very attractive prices.
IF. YOU are looking for a home or a
building site or an investment or a
business property just give us 'a
call and I am sure we can please{
you.
MICHIGAN REAL ESTATE CO.
810I
First Nat. Bank Bldg.
Office Phone 646
Resd. Phone 1597-W.
FOR RENT
FOUR ROOMS-Bath and sleeping
porch-heat, light and water. 1337
Belser St. Phone 3331-M.
DOUBLE room. One occupant may
work for same if desired. Phone
1194-M. 422 E Washington.,
SMALL Furnished apartment. Warmj
and light. 806 E. Kingsley. Mrs.(

DANCING
TERRACE GARDEN DANCING
STUDIO.
15 one-hour lessons for $5,
Classes every Monday and
Friday P. M., 7:30 to 8:30.
Assembly until 10 o'clock.
We teach all modern, fancy,
ballet, and stage dancing.
We specialize in teaching
children.
Wuerth Arcade
Phone 241-R
DANCE AFTER MARINE GAME IN
YPSI at Masonic Temple. Michigan
Sirens, premier 7 piece orchestra.
Dancing at 8:30.
LOCKSMITH
ALL KINDS of trunks and door keys,
loclhs repaired. Keeler 1136 W. Hu-
ron. Phone 2498.
FOR hIRE
YOU GET THE GIRL; we'll furnish1

BluMaize
No. 9 Nickel's Arcade. 213 E Liberty.
MUSAL
DANCE-AFTER MARINE GAME IN
YPSI at the Masonic Temple. Michi-
gan Sirens, premier 7 piece orchestra,
Dancing at 8:30.
OF NEXT importance to your instru-
ment are the strings you use. Dur-
able strings, pure in tone a special-
ty with us.
SCHAEBERLE & SON,
Music House
E. NORMAN BILBIE (of the Detroit
Conservatory of Music). Teacher of
violin, piano, harmony. Studio 307
No. Main St. Telephone 611-M.
MANDOLINS and BANJOS-Standard
makes, good value. Come - in and
try them. Schaeberle & Son, Music
House, 110 S. Main St.

FLOWERS

USED CARS.

the car; the state furnishes
road and license. Call 183-R.
FOR SALE
TROMBONE nearly new. $15.
Forest Ave.

the
531

SAXON FOU.-Starter, good battery,
new top and side curtains, six tires.
Very cheap. 414 Benjamin. Phone
1830-R.

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CABINET Phonograph for sale.
condition. $12.00. Call 3056-J.

A-1 i

CHRISTMAS handkerchiefs just ar-
rived, in white, colored and two-
toned pure linen. Many daintily
hand embroidered. 35c to $2.25.
SPECIAL cotton bloomers, 98c and
$1.49.
EXQUISITE CORSET SHOP.I
109 W. Liberty.

DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING
Exclusive collegiate styles for
young women. Needlework of all
kinds. Experienced workmanship.
MRS. R. T. HEAM
411 Thompson. Phone 2768-W.
It's true efficiency to use Daily
Classifieds.-Adv.
For better health and corset comfort
THE KELLOG UPLIFT CORSET.
Specialties in hats and women's
novelties.
MILADYS SHOPPE
24 Wuerth Arcade

G. C. Garnett, 806 E. Kingsley. MODERN SIX
fair sized lot
HOUSE on E. University. Six rooms. I the campus.
Furnished. $75.00 a month. Cali
661-W. OSTEOPAT
ROOMS for week-end. Call at 611 Dr. Do
Church or Phone 2130-W. 303 First1
r --- Hours b

ROOM" HOUSE with
only four blocks from
Call 263,5-R.
11C PHYSICIANS
rnthy Sellards
Nat'l Rank Bldg.
y appointment
ne 333 F-1.

BOARD

WELL SEASONED SUBSTANTIAL
HOME COOKING 5.75-2 meals.
$7.00-3 meals. TEET'S DINING
ROOMS, 805 E. Huron. Phone
1462-W.

Daily classified for real results.

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FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
I. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD l. CHAPMAN
Atlinister of University Students
10:30--Dr. G. G. Crozier, of Assam,
on "Transformation of Sa-

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PHI SIGMA KAPPA PIN. Name
back. Return to Hicks, 1003
Huron. Phone 909. Reward.

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10c can Flash
(for 19c) .o . 0 . .*' 604 07w
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Cofee-OurRest-
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TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented Exchanged,
Cleaned and Repaired.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State Street,
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-M
WE DELIVER Remington Portables
or other used typewriters, any place
at any time. Stagy R. Black, 604 E.
Madison, 1809.
OPTICAL
W ICKE1NS OPTICAL PARLOR
Prompt service, first quality mater-
ial, thorough examinations. Satisfac-
tory results guaranteed.
C. S. WICKENS, OPH. D.
302 S. State, Ann Arbor.
FOUNTAIN PENS
We are the authorized Wahl and
Eversharp Service Station.,
Call and see the new Wahl "Signa-
ture" Pens. Two sizes, $5.00 and
$7.00. They are the finest self-filling
pens we have seen.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP.
302 S. State St.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Why risk having your pen spoiled
with vicious ink. Fill at our free
filling station and be convinced that
our special formula Diamond Writing
Fluid is the best ink for your pen.
We sell ik at standard prices.
RIDERS PEN SHOP
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
You want your Fountain Pens prop-
erly repaired. Why take them to an
undertaker? Experienced workman-
ship to be had only at Rider's Pen
Shop. It costs no more.
24 Hour Penmaker's Service.
Remember the place, 302 S. State
St. Authorized Wahl and Eversharp
service.
TAILOR
HAND TAILORED clothes wear long-
er, look better, cost no more. Rea-
sonable prices.
ALBERT GANSLE, TAILOR.
115 S. Main. (Upstairs.)
UPPER ROOM-
BIBLE CLASS
Meets in the "Upper Room,"
Lane HallI
Every Saturday Evening at 7
Cnc rPmni at 8

12:00-Church Sunday School.
12:00-Students' Class in Guild
House. Mr. Chapman.
5:30-6:30-Social Hour at Guild
House. Come and see Dr. Cro-
zier's Indian Curios.
6:30-Devotional Meeting. Dr.
Crozier and Lionel Crocker.
UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Iuron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
November 11, 1923
9:45 A. M.
Church School ,
10;30 A. M.
Morning Service, with sermon
- 12 M.
Prof. A. E. Wood's Class in
Modern Social Problems
5:30 P. M.
Young People's Supper
6:30 P. M.
"The Bok Peace Award: What Is
the Winning Plani"
A Cordial Welcome

Nothing could be more in keep-

ing with the spirit of

Armistice

Day than attendance at church.

I

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Temporary Home
LANE HALL
F. P. ARTIKUR, Pastor
9:30-Bible School.
10:30-Morning Service. Subject:
"Sources of Gospel Power."
12:00-Men's Service Club.
6:30-Christian Endeavor.
Student Classes at Noon
In Lane Hall Reading Rooms
Mr. Coffman, Leader

CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor
"I will not admit that it makes no
difference to a man of this age
whether or not he believes in the
personal God and the Divine Christ.
If, he really believes, it makes all
the difference. between spiritual
strength and spiritual weakness."-
Henry Van Dyke in 1923.
10:30 A. M.-Sermon by Rev. Wil-
liam Sodt, Berea, Ohio.
5:30 P. M.-Student Forum. "Re-
ligion's Place in World Peace."
Herald Latta, leader.
7:30 P. M.-Sermon by the pastor
*Having Everlasting Life."
All services in the English
language.

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
REV. A. W. STALKER, D. D., Pastor
RET. W. SCOTT WESTERMAN, Associate Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship. Pastor's Subject: "TlE PENETRATING
LIFE."
12:00 M.-Student Bible Classes-Wesley Hall.
5:30 P. M.-Sunday Night Luncheon.

* : - -l-i--

REV. LEONARD A. BARRETT, D.D., Minister
LEWIS C. REIMANN, '16, Seey Men Students
MS. NELLIE CADWELL, Sec'y Women Students

10:30 Morning Worship. "The Soul of A Nation."
12:00 Social Hour and Open House.
6:30 Christian Endeavor. Dr. G. Carl Huber of the Medical Faculty
will speak on "Science and Religion," illustrated by slides.

6:30 P. M.-Wesleyar Guild Armistice Program.
leader. Subject: "Fighting Peace4.

Charles Hodgman,

Students are most cordially invited to our services.

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CONGREGATIONAL CI URCH
"TWIE STONE CHURCH WITT THE WARM WELCOM2'
HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister E. RNOX )ITCIELL, University Pastor
LUCY HUBER, Secretary for Woiien Students
Continuing his discussion of the didicult 4s of current orthodoxy, Mr.
Jump will speak at 10:45 a. m. on
TT ('REED OF A LIBERAL

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