SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1925
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AT 3 CPM. ADVERTISINGAT3P,
TAILORING ;FORD Touring, fully equipped. Call
Students Trailoring Phone 8040 i 36o stop at 706 Haven.
Cox. N. University -and Thaiyer
,XENS SUITS CLEANED AN~D ]FOR ,ALE-Gibson mandolin and I
PRESSED), $1.2) mandolin case. Music standl an(d
TROUSERS PRESSIGPRSNEPARIN 2music03S.Thadcase, $35.00. Ray Vase,;
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY y
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Several national bibliographies have
been added to the reference depart-
ment of the Library during the past
month. These contain the lists of the
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provide a key to the nationil in;I -- SPECIAL CJHINESE DIS~HES~
trial pn)ducts of i..:oe argc c2ur, ~ w\ra~i A Vyt
tres < t An~ i-Iave you triedi themyetis
There rcare two star nddsets 0o'tC er- Ncl a ovo j.'.;Vtaken cvr i 0 e
ma tr ,logahe f1 } WS 1[1(iI t.._ t1i u~ E r~i 0 'CO They are allprepare-d by a Chinese chef, -
volumes each. They surrlemn ;cii l re: Ce r M i n 1i2ng 02renpy.
other. Also there are Polis i, Sl:ani =h.- -- _ ----
Swiss. a-nd 1-ungar"ian bibliogi api s. Pat-ionize Daily Advertisers. . Drop in the next time you are in Ypsi.
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REASO ALEJPI1ESRebuilt and second hand of all makes j a p UUUOOK m i
Work Called .For And Delivered. bou ;ht, sold, rente'd, exchanged,jyo r evie
Icleaned, re paired andl rebuzit1 Larg-l
!est stock ,and b~est Service dlepart-
.ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per- ment in Ann Arbor.
mianent waving, and marcell wavingj O. D. M ORRtILL,
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Rtoomr 7Ncel rae
202. Dial 4404. 17Wc~lsAclA
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
W1ATCHI REPAIRING Dealer: L~. C. Smith & Corona
efficient work .at reasonable prices.!
:kEdw. A. Clark, 1121: S. University.,.,~~tG
MANUSCRIPTS typewritten by ex- !r--
perienced operators, at DTJDDLE'S W.
BOOK STrOR E, 11 Nickels Arcade.,rA b taeilso A,1_
Personal cards should be ordered now. Arits atral fIl
Good work requires' time. Printing;Y
and engraving a specialty. Largest' = q
and finest selection obtainable. r I
. .MORRILL, aIe nol;s !
17 Nickels Arcade, is
The Typewriter & Stationery Store=
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THE COLLEGE MAGICIAN
Announcing Complete ('aiiiv is Canvas Board
change in his bag of Academy Board Stretchier Pieces°I
tricks. Entertainmeunt F~e-,Tbskitted Oil Color Boxes e
fo al cason.. Color in Tjube~s Art Stencil Sets e
N.oD.aSmithaDiaon5970Waler (Color Boxes Clay ;Moulding Outfits .Sih il57
Stencil Outfits Oils C
Artists Bltislhes I Pluue Frames
SCHAEBERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St. I= Oil Colors in Tulles K(raft Kilay =t
The popular place for all kinds of ==j
muscaldintrumns.I.ayt We invite those interested in art work of this nature to come . I
trdehee.in and see our slni stock.
TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING I= ;
Promptly and neatly .done by compe-
tent 'operators at moderate rates.=Nr-3
College work a specialty for seven-
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade, 207 EAST LIBERTY STREET32
The Typewriter & ,Stationery Store
ANN AR BOB YPSILANTI
FOJR RENT CND
KO 1) ARS
Lhis qualityT curing
marcel rod an
omb. Regrular $2.00
Calk ins - Fletcher Drug Co.
Corner lEast and South University
~4 South State
We have served Jficliig.-in
Corner State andl Packard
Stnidents for lhirly years.
F'OR RENT-Desirable front suite in
private home for one or two. Phone
7973. Back of Union.
FOR RENT-Rooms for, five or six
men at 422 E. Washington. Garage
Sfor party living at house.
FOR RENT--Room for two or, three
boys $2.50 each. Address Box 241I
;OR 'REINT-A very nice room fo'rj
man.' $2.50 for one or $4.50 for two.
tInquire at 410 North State St.
LOST-A blue corduroy reefer, con-
taining a pair of gloves and a fresh-
man toque from room B-207 or the f
Botany laboratory in the Natural
Science Bldg. between l and 4 P. M.
Nov. 6. Reward offered for return.,
Call 21048, George H. Barker.
LOST-Some time Saturday night a
large size Schaeffer pen and pencil
to 'match. At bottom. of pen it is
roughened 14y burning. Reward ifI
returned to Thompson at 426 N. In-
galls, Dial 4917 or call at 925 Church
Dial 9557, or call 106 So. Wing Univ.
hall. Phone University 45-M.
LOST-Silver gray police dog with tan
Scollar. Reward if returned to 19121I
Geddes or phone 5817.
I}OST-A blue leather card case
etched with gold Saturday on East
University. Reward. Phone 3155.
LOST-Set of drawing instruments
,. Thursday morning somewhere be-
tween N. 5th and State on Ann. Call 1
LOST-Glasses in' case probably on
campus. Reward. Call Phila Arm-
GERMAN Luger 32 on Church St. A
very worthwhile reward to finder.
Ans. to Box 25.
BOY TO TEND furnace for room and
$1 a week. 321 So. Division. Dial
POUR Tickets in' twios for. Ohio game.
'WANTED-Students to take ordersI
for hand painted Christmas cards.
R~ead the Want ,Ads
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Wsl iigto -ts.
REV. AR IlR W. STA t-astor
l)ONALJ) T113 MIRMAN, M1ARGARET H. STAIR
Associate Dlirectors of Student Activities
10 :30-Pastor's subject: .1Txperimenting with Life."
12:00 to 12:45--Student study classes at Wesley Hall, led by Dr. Stalker,
Margaret Stein and Donald Timmerman.
6 :00-Devotional service. Robert Waterman, "Foundations: What tre
We IDoinlg with Thend?"
6:00-7:00-Wesleyan Guild meeting at Wesley hall."
University service at Hill Auditorium.
DISCIPLES Church of Christ
Corner 1Hill and Tappan
KENNETH B. BOWEN, Minister
821 Packard. Phoie 5146.
10:30-Morning worship. "A Burn-
12:00-Father Iden's class for stu-
5:30-Students' Social Hlour and
7:30-No evening service. Ufniver
sity service at Hill Auditori-
R1ev. A. F. Krl h, Pastor.
Oct. 18, 1925.
Meet with us to worship in the
"Upper Rtoom" in Lane Hall.
11 :00 A. M. -Preaching service.
We particularly urge studeonts
to 1)e present, for there will be
platters p~resen tedI that will con-
First Congregational Church
"The Chuure i of a Thousand Congregational students"
HIERB ERT A IC HNSON J1UMP, Minister
E. RINOX MITCJIL :1L, Jr., Uni1versity Pastor
JANET lBEIIOTlI, IDirector flel gIous E ucatioii
10 :45---Service of worship.
5: 30----Student Cafeteria Sapper andi Social H-our.
G:30-F"ireside Chat. Airs. I-arvey Patton, policewoman of Detroit, will
spea[k on: "WINat .I k e on Deroit Streets After Mfidnight.2
8 : 00t-Myotion picture ser vice. 'c'oin Meighan in "Comling ThrouglI.?
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street Between State and Division
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD' R. CIIAPIIAN, Minister of University Students
10:30--Morning worship. A group of students in charge. The speakers
will be Norman Johnson, Robert MacRae and Lionel Crocker.
Edward Mosher will give both a violin and a vocal solo.
12: 00-Church Bible School. Dr. Bunting, superintendent. Students'
meet at Guild Hlouse. MVr. Chapman and Dr. Waterman give
15~:30-Friendship Flour at Guild House. Young people welcome.
6 :30--Devotional meeting. Mr. Sayles will speak on "The Three Su-
preme Problems of Young People."
ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUiERI, Minister.
9:00 A. M.-Reformation service
10:00 A. M.-Bible School.
11:04 A. M.-Reformation service
5:30-7:3-0 P. M. -Student Club
meets at the parsonage.
Topic: "Nothing -New." Lead-
er, Paul Rehmus, principal of
ZION LUT.'IHERAN CHURCH
11 asl ilgt-on St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STEIJilOR !, Pastor.
9:00 A. M1.---Bi'il study.
10:'0 A. M.--Morning service with
serm on on, "I believe thatte t Ch i , ne ' d go .
teen of the Father from eter-
nlty, also trine man, born of
the Yirgin .Iaary, is myi- l1ord,"
Another of a series of ;,erm onson t e A o t e 'C d
5:30 to 7:15-Student forum. Al-
bert W. Boehringer will !ead
Stale Street at furon
SIDNEY S. R~OBINS,ifnster
PHLIP F'. LA ROW#E, Musical :Director
ii , .1
~'.Aubrgux0 Episcop'al tur
Corner Division and Catherine Streets
HENRY LEWIS, hector
11. L. LOINSDALE, Associate
XRS. F. W. PETERSON, Student Secretary
SPECIAL ARMISTICE DAY' SERVICE
11:00 A. M.
Preacher, Dr. Kirsopp Lake of the Harvard Divinity School
The R. 0. T. C. will attend in uniform.
Additional Church Program.
A. M.-EIly Communion.
P. M.--Student Discussion Class.
P. M.-Student Supper. Mr. Howard McClusky will speak on:
"WHAT SHALl1 WE DO WITH OUR LEISURE TIME 1",
FIRST CHURCH OF
409 South Division Sty
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice; subject, "edam and
11:45 A. M.-Sunday School fol-
lowing the morning service.
Testimonial meeting Wednesday
The Reading room, 608 First Na-
tional Bank building, is open daily
from 12 to 5 o'clock, except Sun-
days and legal holidays.
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourthi Ave. Between William and
9:00 A. M.- -Bible School and
10:00 A. M.-English service.
11:00 A. M.-German service. Pas-
tor's subject: "Fellowship in
10:45-Morning worship. Adress by Dr. Lewis B. Hillis of New York.
Dr. Hillis wvas for years one of the most popular men, at the
University of California. He is now secretary of the Board~
of Christian Education in charge of recruiting.
6:30 P. M.-"Young