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1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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A DVERTISING

FOR SALE
FINE CARD TABLES $3.00. Wrought
iron bridge lamps. $3.45 at Koch
and Henne.
FOR SALE 1920 Buick with winter
top $185 cash. Call 332-J Ypsilanti.
E-FLAT BARITONE and C-Melody"
saxophones. Perfect condition. Call
1700-R, 749 E. University. Fred
Zierer.
FOR SALE Tailor-made tuxedo size
40. Price $25. 110 S. Ingalls. Phone
1722-W
FOR SALE Buescher C-Melody saxo-
pho. Frosted silver finish, gold
plated bell. 619 Whaley Court.
1662-J.
OVERCOAT Blanket cloth, with
breast and patch pockets. Belted.
size 38. Call 1560-W.
MAHOGANY Bookcase six feet long.E
Glass doors. Also round mahogany
library table. 15 Geddes Hts.
FOR SALEI
NEW 6 ROOM House, stucco and
frame, in S. E. section. Large liv-
ing room with fireplace, sun parlor,
French doors, well arranged kitch-
en with built-in ironing board, etc.'
Three large bedrooms, bath room,
linen closet on second floor. Attic
floored. Full - basement. Special
features-water lift, laundry equip-
ment, gas heater, clothes chute.I
Large lot and garage. This is a
beautiful home at a fair price. For
particulars, call
Mr. Sergeant with
CHARLES L. BROOKS
Realtor;
215 First National Bank Building
Phone 315-3552 Evenings 783

FOR RENT
FOR RENT Garage and single room I
425 S. Division.
' FURNISHED ROOMS For rent. 1219
S. University. Phone 869-W.
BEHIND LAW CLUB Excellent doubler
room rent very reasonable. Call
after 5 P. M. Phone 1602-M.
TWO SINGLE, one double room. 3!
blocks from the campus. 940 Green- ,
wood. Phone 2418-X-J.
WANTED
FIRST CLASS Mimeograph operator.
Permanent position to right person.
Apply Box No. 56.
'TWO TICKETS for Iowa game. Sing-
le tickets acceptable. Call McPhail,
694-W. between 12-1 noon or 5-8 P.
EM.
LOST
LOST Corner of State and Packard a'
manila envelope, containing pair of
glasses, fountain pen and several
sheets of paper. Finder please call
3028. Reward.
LOST Last Friday white gold octagon
watch. Call 1767-M. Reward.
RIDER FOUNTAIN Pen at Yost Field
House. Reward. Call 2135-W
LOST Blue fountain pen base on S.
Univ. or campus. 1314-J. 506 E.
Catherine.
LOST One mnoco glove, Size 8, for r
r ght hand.nReward. Dan Cohen,
807 E. Washington, Call 481-M.

STUDENT DELIVERY
Deliveries to any part of the city 50c
OPEN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS
Untie 8:30 P. M.
OppoiteCourt, House
PHONE 3591-
LANDLADIES- STUDENTS
DON'T Overlook the opportunity tol
save on many household necessi-
ties at The Economy Second Hand
Store, 209 N. Main St., Phone 789-M.
We sell what you do want and buy
what you don't want.
N~OTICE
PERSONAL ChRISTMAS CARDS
ORDER THEM Without delay. Prop-
er engraving takes time. Select one
of our many attractive and exclu-
sive designs and place your order
0. D. MORRILL
14 Nickels' Arcade
The Stationery Store
BUG DANCES
EVERY Friday nite. Masonic Temple,
Ypsilanti. Hear the Bug Band play-
igexclusively for Bug Dances,
TYPEWRITERS
CORONA TYPEWRITERS
WE HAVE The new Corona Four,
with standard keyboard, at $60, or
Corona Three, with three-bank key-
board, at $50. Also a full line of
typewriters of all makes and sup-
plies. Terms if desired. Renting
and repairing a sepcialty.
0. D. MORRILL,
14 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
FLORAL
IF YOU WANT To make your mother
happy send her flowers on your
birthday and thanksgiving day,
ANN ARBOR FLORIAL CO.
Leading Telegraph Florist.
221 E. Libertyf t. Phone 1630
Charge Accounts Solicited.
hiUSIG

TAILORING ALL SWITCHES and ear muffs, half
price. The best of service given. We
ForEfficient Work-SEE ue soft water only. Telephone
]JERNAN THE TAILOR_23-.
802 S. State St.2-
Cleaning, Pressing, and Alterations. MACK and CO.
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BEAUTY SHOPPES
GREAT SUCCESS With Nestle Per-
manent Waves. Come in personally
for estimate. 707 N. Univ. Phone
2652 Stoddard Hair Shop.
WATCH THE GRID-GRAPH

3rd Floor Main St.
Waving, Marcelling, Shampo
Building operation in the
States involve a value of five1
of dollars annually.
WATCH THE RjID-GRAI

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billions
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The Golden Oaks Inn

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DINNERS

LIGHT LUNCHES
SPECIAL SUPPERS ON SUNDAYS

Reasonable Prices

Phone 1660-W

Ann Arbor, Mich.

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Luncheon, 11 to'2
9lfternoon ,Tea

Every Sunday at 6:30

Nov. 16 NEW FASHIONS IN OLD FAITHS. Speaker, Dr. Robins.
Nov. 23 THE STUDENT GOES HUNTING FOR A CHURCH. Speaker,
Mr. Perry Hayden.

Nov. 30 THE LIBERAL CHURCH AND THE CLASS
er, Dr. J. F. Shepard.

ROOM. Speak-

Dec. 7 IS THE STAGE A PULPIT? Speaker, Prof. O. J. Campbell.

Privatle, Di nn Ioom
(Open until 10:30)
CornerfForest and South Uuiv
Phone 3361ivw

FOR SALE - WEST SIDE

FIVE ROOMS and bath; hardwoodI
floors; lot 50 x 110; basement in-
cludes heated garage; Garland fur-
nace; laundry tubs; coal bin; fruit
and vegetable cellar; near car line
anid grade school. Price $7,000-
$800 down.
Call Mr. Newton with
CHARLES L. BROOKS
Phone 315 Evenings 2446
FOUND

LOST Blue and plaid robe at North
western game. Reward, Phone 1109
A PAIR OF Horn rimmed glasses in
case. Between 1204 Hill and Arcade
Theatre. Call 390.
BLACK CAMEO Ring, gold setting:
Call University Extension office.
LOST SIX Months old Police Dog.,i
Black withtan markings. Black
harness. Phone 3208-J.
MISCELLANEOUS!
GRAND RAPIDS MEN If you4 are
motoring to Grand Rapids Saturday
and have room for extra passenger

2678 "Some Other Day, Some Other
Girl"
"Get Lucky"
Islam Jones' Orch.
2733 "Tell Me What To Do"
"Mean Looks"
Vi7 Meyers' and His Orch.
2732 "Roses of "Picardy"
"La Paloma"~
Paul Ash and His Orch.
STOFFLET PHONO SHOPS
110 E. Wahhington 618 E. Liberty
WATCH THE GRIW-GRAPH,

of the Unitarian Church

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J. ALLEN CANBY, '(Acting Pastor)'

Fifth Ave. and William St.

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Sunday, Nov. 9th

(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Iuron S
CARL A. BRAUER, P
9:30 A. M.-Sermon, Ge

S9:30 A. M.-Bible School.

10:30 A. M. - Morning worship.
Topic of sermon, "The Method.
of the Master."

12:00 M.'-Student Classes.
6:00 P. M.-Young People.

Rev. L. F. GUNDERMAN, Minister.
9:30 A. M.-Bible School.
10:30 A. M.-The service. Sermon,
"The Co-operation of Home,
School and Church."
5:30-7:30 --Student fellowship
hour and Forum meeting.
Subject, "Fundamentalism and,
bieralism.- Leader, Dorothy
Kiefer.

9:00 A. M.-Bible Study hour,
10:30 A. M.-Service with sermon
by the pastor. Sermon sub-
ject, "What Impression Has the
Grace of God Made On YoU D"
Matthew 18, 23-35.
5:30 to 7:30 P. M.-Student For-
um. Topic to be discussed,
"Fundamentalism and Liberal-
ism." Dorothy Kiefer, leader.

7:30 P. M.-Sermon, "Where Is
the Christ Today I"

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10:30 A. M.-Students' Bible C
11:30 A. M.-Sermon, English
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Student
meets at parsonage for su
and social hour. The diE
sion will be led by Miss L
Graiziger on tle sub
"Frhendshlp " Welcome!

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Dhron 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:
"RELIGIOUS PERPLEXITIES."
12:00-The Church Bible School. Dr Bunting, Superintendent.
12:00-University Student classes meet at Guild House. All welcome.
1. Mr. Chapman conducts a class for Freshmen and Soph-
omores.
2. Dr. Waterman conducts a class for Juniors, Seniors and
Graduates.
5:30-Junior B. Y. P. U. in Church' Parlor.
6:30-Senior B. Y. P. U. in Church Parlor.
5:30-Evening Guild. Meeting. Topic, "Adventures in Friendship," by
Miss Winifred Gleiss,

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Corner S. State and E. Washington St.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D. D., Minister.
HEV. W. SCOTT WESTERMAN, Associate Minister
Bev. Donald Timerman Ellen W. Moore
Directors of Student Activities
10:30 A. M.-Pastor's subject: "Unconscious Christianity."
12:00-12:45- Student groups at Wesley Hall. Study, discussion, ins
tion.
6:00-7:00 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild meeting in the church, led by
Howard Y. McCluskey, instructor in Educational Psychc
who spoke at the Louisville convention.
7:00-7:30P. M.-Open house at Wesley Hall.. Light lunch served.
7.32 P. M.--Wesleyan Guild lecture by Mr. Arthur Nash of Cincir
Ohio. Subject, "The Golden Rule In Business."

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State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister,
At 10:30
"A PLAIN SERMON"
By the Minister
Music by Male Quartette

HENRY LEWIS, Rector.

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RACHEL HAVLAND, Secretary for Student Work.
Sunday, November 16th. Twenty-second Sunday after Trin

8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.

9:30 A. M.-Church School.
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer and sermon by the Rev. Dr. Nichols.

At 6:30
Dr. Robins speaks at Fireside Meeting
"NEW FASHIONS IN OLD FAITHS":

6:00 P. M.-Student service and supper. Dr. Nichols, speaker.
"The Worthwhileness of Risk in Climbing Mt. Everest
Mounting to the Stars."

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HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister.
E. KNOX MITCHELL, University (Pastor.
LUCY HUBER, Secretary for Women Students.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURI
Huron at Division
REV. MERLE H. ANDERSON, D. D. Minister.
LEWIS C. REIMANN '16, See'y Men Students
MRS. NELLIE B. CALDWELL, Seely Women Students.
9:30-Intermediate Sunday School.
10:30-Morning worship. Rev. John Comm, ,moderator of the
Michigan, will preach.

10:45-Service of worship. The fifth in the series of sermons to the
open minded: "Jesus the Liberal."
5.00-Student Social Hurnans SuDner.

12:00-Young People's Discussion Classes.

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