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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE ICHIAN DILYTUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1925

RBBI ADDRESSES
SUNDAY SEVC

Starts Drying Gulf

!Minnesota Field
Will Be Ipoe
Minneapolis,. April; 6.-LImprove-1
ments costing $120,000 will be made at
tNorho field and the University of!
Minnesota stadium this spring, it wast
announced today. Northrop field will
be increased by one third and provi-
S~ons made for three football grid-
irons.t
More than $100,000 will be expendedI

on the stadium, where it is planned was given at J o'clock Saturday
to place sixteen squash racqgiets, eight morning.
hand 'ball courts, two indoor tennis! The name of the winner will be an-
,courts;: anti boxing and wrestling nlounced this week. Rho Chi, honor-
quarters. ary pharmical fraternity, offers this
prize of $10 to the freshman in the.
Thiree Compete In pharmacy school who has maintained
l rj a igh verae inhis studies and has
Pharmacy Contest -won the competitive examination.
Only three freshman pharmics took ~ ~ ArlI-ny3 e
the omptitie eamintio forthecent of the students of the College of
the omptitie eamintio forthethe City of New York belong{to their
Rho Chi scholarship prize which un.

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LINDE NSCHMIT T - APIFL & COO
ANN ARBOR'S LEADING CLOTHIERS
"Exclusve-But Not Expnsive. 29S AI T

OVE~R 12CO AlTTEND
Dr. 1 o~ui NMin , rabbi of Sinai rTem-
ple, ('hicagom, in his ii(ldrv-, Sundaty
at t he Llnivei'siy seirice in Ill aui-
tor'iumi si rc;4se(l th'e act that hone st
doubt is ira:as(et to a religious thinker
and ought not to be condemined or
(clcl. "Trhe honest doubter has
'more faith than- Ihebeie; he must
h;ave, ito his posit ion is far more
iutin4 enetabl ad harder to zin i intrin,
thlan ! lthaof0the beli v,' s;aid 1W.
Iitlan.
More I hlii 200 )r(i~a11ld(
the serviece. pecia I u ice jd rthe
direction o ili i1166 landl.hea d
of the vocal dc?: aiil fi i te IDetroit
In 4titute of Musical Arlt, was iarrangedl
for the occasion. A quartet from
Temple Beth-El, lDet roit, sang; several
selections. Charles Jolly of D~etroit,
sang a tenor solo and Mrs. M1. E.
Silverstein and H-owlandl rendered a
duet.
In his introdugtion, Dr. Mann stated
that the doubter or disbeliever actually
had more laiithIi barn the faiithful per-
son. To prove, this. statemient, he
gave the position of the (doubter on
the three questions of existence of
.God, free will, and immortality. If
onie does not believe inl the existence
of Cod as the creator then necessarily
he must be lieve in thle atoulstic or~
chance theory of (creat ion. To b~elieve
this theory takes much more faith
than the believer ilossesses, according
to Dr. Mann. In a similar way, 'he
discussed the (doubter's attitude on

F~eatizring

r '.
Pear Admiral F. C. Billar d, oabt
guardI service commandant, has l)e iun
his assignment to "dry up" the coast-
line of the Gulf otf Mexico. T1ile con-.
traband liquor traffic alohng the gulf!
coast has been increasing month by
month.
freedom- of the will andl immortality.
"In every case the disbeliever believes;
s(nmething which is hiar ler to believe
andl more untenetable thani that of the!
believer. Therefore the (doubter is a'
believer to a greeter extent than the;
faithful."
Rome, April 6. -Official :annimumice-
ment was made today of the resigna-!
tion of General Di Giorgio as Italian
war minister.

For N ovelties-«
In the short time that we have been established in Ann
Arbor we have not- only become well known because of
handling the justly popular Conn Instruments-things new
and novel in the line of music have aided in making our
store so popular with the students.
For the latest-in anything for. band or orchestra, in
sheet, music,. records, etc., you can feel certain that they are
to be found: at the Conn Music Shop.
See our new line of Ukeleles and,
Peter Pan Phonographs
14 Nickels Arcade

jII GWARMOLTS, DS C=
Chiropodist Orthopedist
707'N. University Ave Phone 2652'

STEIN-BLOCH
Smart. Clothes

MICIIAELS-STERNI'
Value-First !Clothes.
High Grade Furnishings

"-'S

pH IN THE NEW ,_UNION POOL AND TJ-JEN TAKE
o A RUB DOWN WITH ONE OF TH-OSE NICE
N NEW TOWELS. THEY ILL ALWAYS REMAIN
E SOFT AND WHITE BECAUSE THEY ARE BE-
ING LAUNDERED BY THE
1
2KYER AUDR
8 627 South Main Street

Insist on Kyer Serv'icec i

It _ _ _ _ _ - - .

R__ Cleaners -
111 ~HIWE 1)O AL
FOR AND1IN~O
DHIXII Wne 628.
Phone------7Z-8
E. STEIN - VOR~EJ
RIe ad "The Daily "Classified" Columns

(TIypewriter Ribb~on)
for all makes 1 of
11 Y IP L -AV RI T UI{.IS
andt
O)FFICE " A 11l11TIAN CE S
!et'lig, Repirin 1g 1and
Cleaning a Seily
0. 1) oU n1 it -I, L ,
17 Nickels Arcade.

A'visit Ito our store wxill c v)I ice you flint we have many articles with which
you caln ljoy youi IC O with mforc pleasure and comfort. Sonic of the
tems arc:

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J,"'ACKETS

\TYES"

NSuaede etser r ryand W0o1 Plaids

Br adley tand. I
Sweaters

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Wye Sport Coats and Slip - Over
Breeches and Sport Suits

For Riding, I-iking nall I Outing Wear and in large assortment of Materials.

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In 'ch~ow or Green for Ladies, Men and Boys
Golf IH ose, Sport -?nW lJWoolSoicks, Puttees, Leggings, Hiking Shoes, Army Shoes,
Water Proof'a ili: lt Moccasin Pack Shoes for Ladies and Men, at interesting
Price's.
C. 1).'V/? d Arii y AAI Pm),ct P1id Shirts', Poplin and Khaki dress and work shirts,
work Wrucs ocul Id coverall suits, underwear, etc.
ane a> s uo o bbes% and Ar1myBlatnkeits

The new short coat5,th tko
or three buttonswide sleeves,
notch lapels, low pockets~loose
back and the wide trousers
'These details of collegeify le
are, accurately expressed in

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The House of 1(uppenbeuiggr

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GuM 1'~ 'A a 1p1Frniture, Cots, Stoves, Grills,

Kppe:;nheim r
GOO"D CLOTH E

ii' iversacks, Canteens
Spact e n ciimnhiuw,:,It I a few of the mra-y Rte ms ini our stocks. Anticipate your
war~s early, thereby aoiding the week-end rush.

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