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December 07, 1924 - Image 15

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TI- E MICHIGAN

DAILY

PACT: FIFTEEN

DAILY

PAGE F'IFTEEN

-~be in charge of the women, and a all students and young people of the in' die forenoonwllb conducted in
special address wil be given by Mrs. city.. Perry Hlayden, '25, wil leadi German. At53 'cokteItdn
Joseph I). Bunting, of- Detroit. In the' the discussion meeting. The topic
£; 1.1L~~ evening at 7:30 o'clock Reverend J. will be "Internationally, WhTat Place Club will meet at the parsonage. The
IAllen Canby wil speak on "Thee Should a Christian Nation Take To- .ic ussion will b)e on "Plato's Argu-,
f Psychology of- Conversion." day?" muents for Inmmortality." The evening
- -----------i worship wiiibe held at 7:30 o'clock,
St. Andre'w's Episcopal C'hurch First ('Iiuicli of Christ, Scientists St. Paul's L~uthieran (iiurcl in English. The speaker will be Mr.
Holy Communion will be held at; The subject for the morning wor- _1COOK jaiis huc
8 o'clock, land Church school at 9: 30 ship will be "God, the only Cause and! The subject for the morning sermon! ik BpstCuc
o'clock. The morning sermon will be' Creator." The Christian Science Wil be "The- Second Comning of Reverend F%. E. Sayles wil preach
on the subject of "The Appeal of the !Reading Room is located at 608 First! Christ." The students Bible class at 11:20 on "Life's Reciprocity." The
Bible." The usual Student Servicei National Bank Building. It is open iil meet at 11 o'clock. The services usual llioe classes will be held at
and supper at 6 o'clock will have as I daily from 12 to 5 o'clock except Sun-
speaker Reverend 1'. Z. Sta mbaugh. lays and Legal Holidays. A
His topic will be "Greek and Gothic Ti eSvri tdIor
Arc ite tur -C ntr sti g ultres" I tile o fsthe im opaning hsermoi s Thse questions about words, people, places, that arise so fre-
TheOtitl of the o n Ingdeasermonhisquently in your reading, writing, study, and speech, are answered
C orgrzzalorial Chiurch "u omno:IsIel. h instantly in the store of ready information in
The morning service will lie a com- general1 theme for all Student Bible
nunion sermen and the subject, "At I 1Classes will be "The Student the VEBoSrTEP1 fSCOI.J.SEGITEt.J[
The Sign of the Towel." The studlent E 8ible and Society." Beryl K. Wright,
suprand social hour will p~recede '6, will lead the Guild Meeting at!fThwetbrdd Dciny- sdUo
the Fliresidle Chat at which Eugene ,J. the church from 6 to 7 o'clock, after WESE' EINENTO/I
Brock, leader in organized labor, will vwhich there wil be open house atf Hundreds of newvwords like dactylogram,electrobus,jlechette;
~ names such as Cabdll, Hoover, Smuts; new Gazetteer entries I
discuss "Is the Labor Union Vital to EW esley Hall. "Music and M1or'als" will -.such as Latvia, Vitny, Monte Adamello. Over 106,000
au Christian Social Order?" The amts-; be the topic for the evening worship. r ttl words; 1700 illustrations; 1256 pages; printed on Bible
ing nwspaer fim "AFrontPage.... Itat Your Gollege Bookstore or Write
Str"wl epresented at the motionI First Presbyterhit C(hui'ebseie cli fyumnio hsppr
picture service. The Lord's Supper" is the subject;I G.&C.MERRIAM CO., 5pringfield,Mass.
for the morning sermon. At noon
Church (f Christ the various Bible Classes will meet.
Woman's Missionary Day will be 01)-! The Presbyterian-Hoover Sunday
servedl at the Church of Christ this sSchool will be held at 3 o'clock. The
morning. The morning service will social hour at 5:30 o'clock is open tof

noon, Dr. Waterman andl iMr. Chapman UJnitarian Church
having; charge of the student classes. "Are We Better Than Our Fathers?"
All students are welcome at the] will be the topic for the morning
Friendship hour in the Guild House at! sermon. At 5:30 o'clock there will be
5:30 o'clock, which is followed by the a supper for the Unitarian Students'
D~evotional meeting. union.
Satsfact~ion
Js assured you when you try
one of our delicious barbecued
mcat sandwiches. Naturally
they would be good--the meat
is the best obtatinable, and it
is roasted under the most favor-
able of circumstances.
TheBarbecue Inn

Speaking of
Mouse-traps,
Reminds me of the
Fast One
Pulled by, some
Village oracle
Toy the effect that
if a Man built a better
Mouse-trap than' his
Neighbor, the world
would beat apath to

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barbers who are capable of giving you
- the type of service which should be
given. Come to the _Arcade Barbeex Hil
Shop:. We know that you will pat- ~
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his Door. That may
have been all. right in
the" yC.Ir 2200'B. C.
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(Before Competition)
but .nowdays'the
Mail at least has to
Tell the World
Where his dooris.
I guess nearly
everyone k~nows that
Burr, Patterson
and Company,
have the keenest
Gifts and Favors

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What do you th7
all the red signs
for???7
Delicious -and Refreshing
TeCoca-Cola Company, Atlanta, Ga.

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Well Taken Care Of
Patrons are always at ease at Granger's
when they are dancing on the perfectly finished
floor to the wonderful rhythm of Bill Watkins
and his Granger Eight, for they know that the
management is responsible for their cloaks in the
checking rooms. Checking rooms that are' the
last word in modern equipment take care of their
umbrellas, galoshes and rubbers. There are even

The Complete Project
for the Standard
Oil Building
New York City
CARRf-RE
and
HASTINGS
Architects

..yPhysical Fitness!I
n-.
Good athletes are made, not born ! Given
all the inherent qualities, the star runner,
golfer, "baseballer," etc. , must be carefully,
" thoroughly trained-both mentally and
physically. So the methods of trainers
and athletic experts are of interest to all.
And it is significant that an alkohol rub'
is almost universal as a part of the pro-
gram of developing the utmost in physical
fitness. Mufflin Alkohol is available to
you, too-for this and many other uses!
Fine to soften the beard, before shaving;
to cool andt soothe the skin, AFTERshaving.
Splendid elief for tired, aching feet; great
for sunburn; an efficient antiseptic and
germicide.
Mufflin Alkohol is denatured by a formula
which. actually improves it for external use.
College teams and many other athleti,
org anizations use Mufflin Alkohol regu-
larly. Be sure YOU get MIFFLIN-in the
handy-grip one-pint bottles as illustrated.

in this neck of the
woods, but they
ditdn't, know that
thcy had a salesroom
at the corner of
'Forest and South 'U
until they began to
advertise in q
Our Own Daily.
Since then, so many
of our number, have\
beaten a. path to their
door} that the
'Landlord, has--raised
their rent twice.
You no doubt will be
I'glad to know that
they still can deliver

special racks for hats.
employees are students.

Then, too, all of our

It is the pride of the establishment that in
the handling of goodly numbers not a coat or a
wrap has been exchanged or lost. Of course,
everyone is advised to check their wraps or the
managemcrit cannot assume responsibility unless
they are checked.
Our Special Fountain Service Is a
Great Convenience.

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Sates.Agents: HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO, Int.
171 Madison Ave., New York
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