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FOR SALE
ZDR SALE 45 Straight back, leather
bottom oak chairs.gLight finish, in
first class condition. Call Luis Gib-
son, 3010-R.
FORD TOURING and Speedster. Goode
condition. Cheap. Call 1519.
FOR SALE Old violins. A collection
of old Italian violins, cello, mando-
lins and guitars. James Coon, 533
S. Main.
LOST
GOLD FOOTBALL Watch fob. Re-
ward. Return to A. G. Oliver, Law-
yer's Club.
WHITE GOLD Watch and chain. Ini-
tials H. A. S. Somewhere on cam-
pus. Return to 518 Cheever Ct.
3274-W. Reward.
SMlIALL BLACK{ Change purse con-
taining two keys. Finder please
telephone 1804-W.
LOST WHITE GOLD Wrist watch,
oval shape. Call 904. Reward.
LOST Gold watch between Oakland
and Ferry Field day of Wisconsin
game. Phone 2378.
LADIES GLOVE and GLASSES at
the Wisconsin game. Return 1005
Lincoln or call 3003-J.

1 I t COLMN
CLOSES
TISING AT 3 P.M.
TYPEWRITING And also transla-
tions English-Dutch, Dutch English,
done at home. Phone 195-M after 5,
P M.
Read the Want Ads 1

TYPEWRITERS JEWELRY
FOR SALE Remington Portable A COMPLETE assortment of exqui-
Typewriters. Time payments if de- site leather goods; purses, card'
sired. Geo. -Register, 604 E. Madi- cases etc., are now on display fore
son, Phone W09. your Holiday gifts.
A. H. ARNOLD

FOuNTAIN PENSI
EXCHANGE That misfit pen for a
Rider Masterpen. A Real Fountain

Jeweler ~
302 S. State
Read the Want Ads

BROWN BEST FROSH
CROSS COUNTRY BET
While their Varsity team is at Lans-
ing, the prospective candidates for
next year's harriers team are work-
ing hard to develope their speed. The
outstanding runner on the Freshman
squad is E. P. Brown, '28. He has

won the two preceeding runs which tance running before. The three
culminate the weeks work, and his leaders, however, along with a dusky
showings have won the applause of runner, Jones, '28, should be good
Varsity Coach Steve Farrel, and of Varsity' material.
Freshman Coaches Arndt and Davis. Each week's work and practice
Once again Wells, formerly of the runs are culminated with a tryout
Kansas Aggies squad placed second. contest on Saturday mornings, and this
The rest of the runners are about weeks results show the ten following
of the calibre of the usual yearly men in the lead:
crop of hill and dalers. There is Brown, 15:27; Wells, 15:38; Hill,
some good track material for the mile 15:57; Jones, 16:20; Whitmer, 16:26;
and half-mile runs, but the three- Feinsinger, 16:28; Thoits, 16:37;
mile distance is too far for the ones Mason, 16:57; Clark, 17:06; Wein-
who have never done any long dis- stein, 17:12.

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for Your Daily Needs
Shaving Creams and Lotions
Men's Talcum
Razor Blades P
Tooth Pastes 'and Shampoos FINISHING
2Combs and Brushes
That SMOKE as it should be The
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TIE CHURCH QCHRIST
(D~isciples)
New Church Cor. 11111and Tappan.
J. ALLEN CANBY, (Acting Pastor)
Sunday Is Dedication Day
9:30 A. M.-Bible School.E
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship,
Rev. George W. Knepper of
Akron, 0., will preach, sermon,
"The Supremacy of the
Church."
12:00 Noon-Students Classes.
1:00 P. M.-Fellowship Dinner.
2:30 P. M.-Dedication Service,s
Mr. Knepper Officiating. Ad-
dress, "The Mission of the
Church." Message from Visit-
ing Ministers.
6:00 P. M.-Vesper Service, led by
Rev. F. P. Arthur. Mr. Knep-
per and others will speak.
7:30 P. M-Union Service, HillI
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TRINITY ENGLISH
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and William St.
Rev. L. F. GUNDERMAN, Minister.
9:30 A. M.-Bible School.
10:30 A. M.-The service. Sermon,
"Religion and Politics."
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Student Fellow-
ship hour and Forum meeting
at the parish hall, 309 East
Washington St. Subject: "The
Place of the Lutheran Church
in History." Ralph Ehlers,
Leader.

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
CARL A. BRAUER, Pastor
REFORMATION DAY
9:30 A. M.-Sermon, German.
10:30 A. M.-Students' Bible Class.
11:30 A. M.-Sermon, English. Sub-
ject: "Three Critical Moments."
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Students social
hour and supper at the parson-
age. George Tenhoor will pre-
sent "Plato's Arguments for
Immortality."
Welcome!

ZION LUTHERAN

CHURCH

Washington St., and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Bible Study hour.
10:30 A. M.-A service commem-
orative of the reformation.
Sermon subject, "The ving
Issue." Acts 15, 1-11
5:30 to 7:30 P. M.-Student Fqrum.
Topic to be considered during
the discussion hour, ,"The
Place of the Luthera Church
in History." Ralph Ehlers,
leader.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister.
E. KNOX 1IITCHELL, University tPastor.
LUCY HUBER, Secretary for Women Students.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2
10:4p-Service of Worship. Th'e third sermoln in the Series to Open-
Minded: "The Iiving Spirit of Liberty".
5:30-Student Supper and Program. Special Armenian Music.
6:30-Fireside Chat. "Should There Be a Church Party in Politics?
How about the K. K. K.?

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron at Division
REV. MERLE H. ANDERSON, D. D. Minister.
LEWIS C. REIMAWN '16, Sec'y Men Students
MRS. NELLIE B. CALIDWELL, Sec'y 'Women Students.
9:30-Intermediate Sunday School.
10:30-Morning Worship. "Nippers and Grippers". Student Chorus
makes its first appearance.
12:00-Young Peoples' Discussion Classes-
For Freshmen: "The Manhood of the Master," led by Homer H.
Gnafon.
For Freshmen women: "Jesus In Modern ife," Grace Williams,
'27M.
Upper Class- 'How Jesus Met Life Questions," H. G. McClusky.
5:30-Social Hour.
6:30--Angus M. Babcock, '26, leads the Young People's Meeting on the
question: "Is Our Christian Civilization Worth Exporting?"

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8;00-Motion Picture Service. Dinky Dean in "A Prince

of a King".

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister.

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At 10:30
"PUTTING RELIGION INTO POLITICS"
Those who would treat politics and morality apart
will never understand the one or the other.
-John Morley.
At 6:30
"hAS EVOLUTION SETTLED EVERYTHING?"
Dr. Ruthven Speaks.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street, Between State and Division
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister.
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, Minister of University Students
10:30-Worship and Sermon. Mr. Sayles will preach. Subject:
"MAN SHALL NOT LIVE BY BREAD ALONE."
12:00-The Church Bible School. Dr Bunting, Superintendent.
12:00-Student classes meet at Guild House (across street from church).
1. Dr. Waterman's class in Old Testament Literature.
2. Mr. Chapman's class in "The Meaning of Faith."
5:30-Junior B. Y. P. U. at Church.
6:30-Senior B. Y. P. U. at Church.
5:30-Students' Friendship Hour at Guild House. Refreshments.
6:30-Students' Devotional Service. Mr. Lionel Crocker will lead this
meeting. The topic will be, "Is Intelligence Everything?" Oppor-
tunity for frank discussion.

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Corner S. State and E. Washington St.
R1EV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D. D., Minister.
REV. W. SCOTT WESTERMAN, Associate Minister
Rev. Donald Timerman Ellen W. Moore
Directors of Student Activities

t. Aubrrti's Epitoapal rhn'rr
CORNER CATHERINE and UIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, Rector.
RACHEL HAVILAND, Secretary for Student Work.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd.
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
9:30 A. M.-Church School.

10:30-Pastor's subject: "What You Are."

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