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SATURDAY, OCTOB IER24, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAIL Y

$2 0 Gr tijbasis, the only collateral security by loaning the principal and income!R a ngie r highway I
Tp1$ DeCOLLOUTHI ByLoa Soiet asked is sound character, excluding! of its funds, while had this money; dtecEl Q a vO(o d g aer1
y q I the security required by lfe insur- been restricted to the use of the in- i lle t n anufact
LeF r't e tC d auce or property endorsement. come at the rate of six per cent only{ wek at t
Tw tosad olasfo las Tshe division of student loans of the d1 stdet could have been aided inl Prof. At , n hrdhe d he e a
AT -PM. .f Y' SIIt To tousnd ollrs or oan isfoundation in its first three years of t I i nsae length of time. The the civil engineering department andl stude ntsc
the University's appropriation -this loperation, has assisted 760) students ave _ o, loans askedl for was $164. Prof. Roger L. Morrison of the state as the sta
year from the Harmon foundation, an
NOTICE i FOiR RENT I institution which provides various'
________________________ __________________-~universities in the country a lump,
NALRN~lICE GARAGE corner of Forest and! u nulyt e itiue s SyI s of Paramount Imortance
Students Tailoring Phoane 8040; rospct Dial 6672. seen t. Since its affiliation with
Cor. N. Universiy and Thayer_________________ the University last year, the founda
N'S SITS CEANEDAND tio z lhs been able to extend its ser-]
,7.1FOR RENT -A nice light, warni vice of loaning funds for educational I
PRESSED, $1_951 room 5 minute walk from campus. I2 RUESPESD2cpurposes to 12Michigan students.
GLEANING, PRESSGEAIRING Male student desired. Phone 6116. These loans are made on a busi
.AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY - ess basis, it being believed that in SO hWN
O3ir service is your saving. Our F'+O~R RNT-Large front room, suiteI this way alone the student can ac-! O HWN
ALSO L1AM~ES DRESSES AND a~nd garage. Steam heat. Dial 8544.fqwire a knowledge of and responsi- -
COATSl bility in the business rules which wih
REASONABLE PRICES the j be met by him aftr graduation frpmolg.Ulk otlas om hsWr-ald o n eieed R ade n A

research department attend-
.ovention of asphalt paint
irers held during the last
hie Book-Cadillac hotel. They
uinpanied by 12 graduate
of civil engineering. as well
fC of the highway, laboratory.

FOUR DETROIT orchestras for Navy
and Ohio games. Call Phillippi
4418. These won't last.
NL+STLE PERMANENT Wave special
for October '$15. Bentley Beauty
Shop, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373.
BIELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-,
er, thirty years experience; banjos,
mandolin, guitar and chord- con-
struction. Telephone 4'5i7.
HOUSEHLDERShaving rooms to
rent to members of the state press
Oct. 29th and 30th communicate
pWith William PBreyer, 916 So. Main
SCHAEBERLE & SON., 110 S. Main
St. The popular place for all kinds
of musical instruments. It pays to
trade here.
WATCH REP.AI~ING
Eflicient .work at reasonable prices.
Edw. A. Clark, 1121 S. Univ.
FOUNTAIN PEN INSURANCE
1, ound a pen this morning and if it
had had the owner's name on it hie
t would surely get it. We engrave
your name on your pen for 25c.
Thiis is good insurance.
r Rider's
302 State St.
NOTICE
1 Students' Tailoring
I Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer
W e pay best prices for men's used
clothing. Dial 8040.
WANTED
WANTED TO BUY=~. Mirror in which
one can see full length.
RANTED (female)--Young compan-1I
lion who enjoys walking and read-
ding aloud. Mornings necessary.j
~Telephone evenings after 7 morn-{
~ings after 9. Phone 8767. i1
A DOUBLE Room for the week-end
of. the Navy game. Van D~uzen at
-121317.

SUBSCRiBE TODAY FORI DAILY' I

Bostonians Shoes
For Fall
Ths ostoninfxorsr
goo lokngandwil ee
lookingotanwayfordaron

LEATRIC

time.
Black and Tan Scotch
$8.50

Grain

Wahr's,, Sh oe Store

Downtown

108 S. Main

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;AN~TED-Studen~t who would like
;taitrad e some spare time for, cash.
$1.00 and hour or better. Call' at
AP7 Oakland and ask for Horton or
Halstead.

AM

WA~NTED-To rent two double rooms
isame house for week-end' of: Navy
lme. Call 761.. Ask for A. L.
M i s s .. .
STUENT to se'll insurance, good Pay.
Daily Box No. .12.
UF>ED PORTABLE typewriter. Stand-
ar key board. Call 9245 after; 7
WAI4TED-Pleasant quiet room near
ainpus, either west or south for
iifle student. Box 17.
WAN~TED-Two tickets for Navy
witne. Phone 5734.

r ufla1?_Church %evvicez
r iii fitii

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Washington Streets.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, Pastor
DONALD) TLMMERMAIN, MARGARET 11. STAIR
Associate Directors of Student Activities
10:30-Pastor's subject: "The Right to Doubt." Next Sunday: "The
Right to Believe."
12:00 to 12:45 P. M.-Student study classes at Wesley Hall, led by Dr.
Stalker, Margaret Stair and Donald Timmerman.
6:00-7: 00-Wesleyan Guild meeting at Wesley Hall. Norman Strong:
"~Stewvardship."
7:00-7:30-Open House.
7:30 P. M.-Pastor's subject: "Persecution and Religion."

DISCIPLES Church of Chris
.Corner Hill and Tappan
KENNETH Vl. BOW'FEN, Minister
821 Packard. Phone 5110.
9:30-Bible School.
10:30-Morning worship. Topic:
"Tihe)YInd of Christ."
12:00-Students Class for men and
women, taught by "Father"
Iden.
5:30-Students' Social Hour and
lunch.
6:30-Students' Forum.
7:30-Evening worship. "Tlie One
Track Mind:" Both sermons
by the pastor.

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ANN ARBOR
EVANGELICAL *CHURGH
Rey. A. E. Kurthi, Pastor.
Oct. 18, 1925.
Meet with us to worship in the
"Upper Room" in Lane H-all.
11: :00 A. M. - Preaching service.
We particularly urge students
to be present, for there will be
matters presented that will con-
cern you.

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LOST

LOOT-Grey topcoat at Chubbs. Name
01 ; dealer on inside is George' S._
Ave'ry, Manufactured by Fashion
Pr.Dial 6372.
L O1'-wo weeks a.go, gold watch
ob" gldchain, three diamonds set
one cover aind monogram 'I. R.
.on other cover. Finder please!I
e4 21831. Reward.
LOS-- large blue pocketbook fon-
r'iing four tickets for Illinois
goe. Finder please returnĀ° to sec-1
retary's office. Reward.
LILERAL reward to finder of Helbros
wrist wvatch left in wash room on
firt floor of Michigan Union. Phone
3~9. Call after 6:00.
LOS' Gold pen knife. Initials D. F.1I
L>'on Catherine or- State. Return
too0 Catherine or phone 9571. R~e-
LOTj-Gold Swiss wrist watch. Ini-
tials M. E. C. on back. Margaret
Clemens, phone 8913. Reward.
LO$7-Keys on ring Monday after-,
Mo'on. Call Wiley Sams 7417. X00

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*FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street Between State and Division
R. EDWARD SAYILES, Minister
H10WARD R. CHAPMAN, Minister of 'University Students
10:30-Mo2ning worship. Sermon by Mr. Sayles. "MODERN UNREST."
12:00-Church Bible School. Dr. R. W. Bunting, Supt.
12:00-Student classes in Religious Education meet at Guild House,
across the street from church.
630-Devotional service. Young People's Guild.
6:30-Devotional service. Young People's Guild. In charge a group
of young people from Temple Baptist Church, Detroit.

ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Mifissouri Synod)
Tjiird and WiFest Huron Streets
C. A. BRAU1FR, 3inister.
Phone 22341
October 25thi
10 A. M.-Bible Class.
11 A. 14-Regular service in Eng-
lish. 'Sermon: "Christian
IFait V1
5:30-7.30 P. M. - tudent Club
meets at the p rsonage. Al-
bert Boehringer will lead the
discussion.
Walther League Rally at Trinity
Lutheran Church, Jackson, 122
West Wesley street. Inspira-
tional service at 11 and business
session at 3 o'clock. You are
invited!,

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor.
TO THE STUDENT:
You need the help the church af-
fords. Others need the help your
example affords.
9:00 A. M.-Bible study hour.
10:30 A. M.-Service with sermon
on: "I Believe in God, My
Keeper" Another of a series
of sermons on the Apostles
Creed.
5:30 P.' M.-Student fellowship'
and supper.
6:30 P. M.-Student forum. "Fath-
er" Thos. M. Idea will speak
on "What Should Be Our At.
titude Towards Mken of Other
Faith?"

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LOST-A green gold pen with the ,
,,aoLeona Currie. Call 6277.
LOSS'-Wednesday white silk scarf on
zSo State. Call 4724.

Corner Div ision and Catherine Streets
HENRY LE WIS, Rector
H. IL. LONSllALJE, Associate
MIRS. F. WV. PETERSO\, Student Secretary

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 $outh Division St.

BETHLEHEM EVANGEL[=
CAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. Between William and
Packard

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10:30 A. M.-Regular;
vice; subject,
After Death."

morning ser-
"Probato7n

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11:45 A. M.-Sunday School fol-
lowing the morning service.

9:00 A. M.-Bible
adult classes.

School and

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