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8' T'1TrTJAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1925

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BRITJSIS SUBMARINEDefends War As
Aid To Humans
LFO N ON ;SEA BED

Littie Hope a inis For* Crew Of 68
In England's Greatest Tragedy
Of SubmeriAble Craft
COMMA NDER RENOWNED1
(B_ Associated Press)
PLYMOUTH, England, Nov. 13.-i
The submarine M.-1.was located today
on the bed of the sea 12 miles south-
west of Start point, Devonshire. ThereI
is a slight chance that members of
the crew of 68 still are alive.
The tragedy is one of the greatest I
in the history of the British sub-
niarinf- service.
Lieutenant Commander Alec Mur-
ray Carrie, yWho was in charge of
the ill-starred craft, had a distin-
guished service record, although only l
0 years of age.
The depth of the water at the point
the M-1 is reported to have been lo-
cated is about 240 feet and experts
expressed dcbt as to whether the,
W .submarine . withstand pressure at
that depth.
Although there should be a suffic-
ient supply of air in the boat to sup-
ply lifeefor two or three days, no oilE
has been found on the surface as
might have been expected if any of
the crew were alive and able to 're-
lease it.
Both Professor Klein and Dr. Den-I
nison are interested in theoretical re-
search on problems of atomic and
molecular structure.

- 6 :00-Student supper at Harris hall.
' :3fJ-('ongregatioinal fireside chat.
P!#S O ~~ BflION [ l WHAT'S GOING ON GIQ -Baptist gwild devotional meet- I
Notices to appear in this column must mg, followed by business meeting.
Bbe left in the box at the Daily office 7:30-Rev. Frank A. Gustafs of De-
provided for that purpose hefore 4:0thetrait, speaks on "The Life After!
o'clock preceding theclday of issue.
Death," under the auspices of Ann
(By Associated Press) !Arbor's new Church Reading circle,
NEW YORK, Nov. 13. - Plans for I S TI )AY in Lane hall.
construction of an international 1:321-i:( - Exhibition of Henry G., 8: *-E eing picture service at ('n-
bridge to connect Detroit and Canada Kellar's paintings and Alfred Hut- i regational church, "The Oberam
have been approved in a report sub- ty's etehiings m Alumni Monmorial ergau Passion Play of 1922."
mitted by Col. C. N. Monsarrat, con- hal.
sulting engineer for the Canadian Na- 7:008-:00-Upper Room Bible class ]AY_____N_____A_ N
tional railways. meets at Lane hall. LAY121 INCHI)RAIN
Announcement to this effect was i:00- Scirnfmnlan-hleinlk concert ini
made today by Joseph A. Bower, vice- Hill auditorium. At least a week will be needed to
president of the New York Trust corn- 9:0 -Uioin idance, preference to all complete work on the stormi drain;
pany, whose proposals regarding the C seniors. which is being laid from South Uni-
bridge were supported at the recent SINI)AY versity avenue to Tappan hall. Twen-
Windsor, Ontario, meeting by a spe- 2:3i--Craftsmnen meet at Masonic ty-four inch pipe is being laid. Later
cial committee of business men. He; temple. the drain will be extended to all
quoted Colonel Monsarrat as saying 3:0l-Hindustan club, meets in Lane parts of the campus.
that a bridge would be the logical hall. -- -
method of handling traffic across the 5:D00-Student discussion at Harris MEXICO CITY.-Oaxaca dispatches ]
Detroit river. The engineer's report hall. say General Jimenez has been de- '
also approved the estimate of $16,000,- I,:3)-Baptist guild friendship hour at posed as governor by the Oaxaca'
000 as comprising a careful adequate: Guild house. state legislature.
and fair estimate of the cost of the 5:30-C'ongregatioual student cafeter-
bridge as described in the plans. ; ia supper.
e:39-,uteran Student club meets at
Patronize Daily Advertisers. iaither hall.

LIKE PIE?
you do, you'll appreciate the qualy
of ours; if you don't, you will soon
acquire a liking for ours.
PEAC - PINEAPPLE - PUMPKIN - MINCEE
Coffee Cake, too, at the
CITY PASTRY SHOP
516 East Liberty Phone 5501
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Col Peter E. Traub
Mars has a defender. Col. Peter
E. Traub, U. S. army, declares that
"war is a part of nature's plan forI
the elevation of the human race."
FORESTRY BUILDING MOVED
The frame building, formerly lo-
cated at the corner of South State
and Dewey streets, and used by the
forestry department, has been moved
to the Packard street botanical gar-
dens. It is used for field work and
storage purposes.

Frog, Chicken and Steak Dinners
Served at
BOULEVARD INN
Two blocks from city bus line on Jackson Road,
from noon till midnight.
Special attention given to parties. Phone 6534.
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your service. Leave your order early.
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LOST-Green aligator slicker, size 38,
with shortened sleeves. Call Peltier.
4546. 47-48.
LOST-Gold fountain pen. Valued as
keepsake. Finder call at 1133 White
St and receive reward or Phone
9253. 47-48.
SCALLOPED Luncheon cloth, Monday,,
November 9 at Michigan Union. Re-
ward. Call 21678. 47-48.
LOST-Square black bag, Thursday
morning in room 2014 Lit Bldg.
Call 8977, Reward. 47-48.
NOTICE
NOTICE
We pay best prices for men's used
clothing. Dial 8040.
Students' Tailoring1
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer 1
t., th., sat. tf.

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STUDENT LAMPS
Regular $3.25 value.

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BEAUTIFUL new suite, five windows,
hardwood floors, and steam heat.
Hot water any time, Also room-
mate wanted. Dial 8544. 422E.
Washington. 46-47-48-49.
FOR RENT-Large front rbom with
alcove, shower-bath, hot water, heat.
Suitable for business men or wom-
en. 518 E. William St Dial 8758.
46-47.
FOR RENT-Near campus, four room
furnished apartment, newly decor-j
ated, in private family, laundry
privileges. Phone 4377. 47-48.
PLEASANT Room in modern house,
near Campus. Dial 9274. 47-48.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-1919 Ford Roadster in
good condition. Call Thompson, 555
So. Division, Dial 8072, or Univer-
sity 204. tf.

SIAN office before Nov.
will be sure to be in th(
619
E. Liberty St.

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brown or green mottled.
A special next week at
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SCHAEBERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St.
The popular place for all kinds of
musical instruments. It pays to
trade here. th., f., sat., tf.
THE COLL Glq MAGICIAN
Announcing Complete
change in his bag of
tricks. Entertainment
for all occasions.
N. D. Smith, Dial 5970 tf.
NOTICE-Manuscripts typewritten by
experienced operators at Biddle's
Book Store. 11 Nickel's Arcade.
t., th., sat. tf.
TAILORING
Students Tailoring Phone 8040
Cor. N. University and Thayer
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED AND
PRESSED, $1.25
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY
- ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND
COATS
REASONABLE PRICES
{'Work Called For And Delivered
At tf.
ARE YOU TIRED?
DO you feel unequal for the party?
Try a. special muscle oil facial; in
45 minutes you are rested and bub-
bing over with expectation, anx-
ious to meet and enjoy your evening
engagement. Your face is flawless
~oand young. The violet ray works
ondthe nerves and brings the blood
back racing in the veins. The eyes
are brighter; the world takes on a
rosier hue. Try one at-
The Anderson Beauty Shop
Phone 527 E Liberty-20 years
experience. 46-47-48.
ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-
manent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room
202. Dial 4404. tf.
WATCH REPAIRING
Efficient work at rcasonableeprices
.A. Clark, 1121, University.
t., f., sat. tf.

BunbaaCburcb servicee

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Washington Streets.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, Pastor
DONALD TIM MIERMAN, MARGARET H. STAIR
Associate Directors of Student Activities
10:30-Pastor's subject: "Religious Logic."
12:00 to 12:45-Student Bible Classes at Wesley Hall.
6:00 to. 7:00-Wesleyan Guild meeting at Wesley Hall. Annual Frosh
meeting. Martin Mol, '29, and Chester Bennett, '29, will be
in charge of the meeting.
7:00 to 7:30-Open house. Light refreshments.
7:00-Wesleyan Guild lecture. Dr. Ernest F. Tittle of Evanston, Ill.
Subject: "Now or Never."

DISCIPLES Church of Chris,
Corner Hill and Tappan
KENNETH B. BOWEN, Minister
821 Packard. Phone 5146.
9:30-Bible school through Junior
year.
10:30-Morning worship. "Were
the Wise Virgins Selfish?"
12:00-High School, Adults, and
student classes. Students
taught by Father Iden.
5:30-Students' Social Hour and
lunch.
6:30-Students Forum.
7:30-Evening worship. "The
Boiling Caldron."

ANN ARBOR
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
Rev. A. E. Kurth, Pastor.
November 15, 1925 ,
Meet with us to worship in the
"Upper Room" in Lane I1all.
11:00 A. M.-Preaching 'Service.
We particularly urge students
to be present, for there will be
matters presented that will con-
cern you.

First Congregational Church
"The Church of a Thousand CongregatiomAl Students"
HERBERT ATCHINSON JUMP, Minister
E. KNOX MITCHELL, Jr., University Pastor
JANET BEROTH, Director Religious Education
10:45-Service of worship. Sermon by Mr. Jump: "The Indwelling
Christ." A study of Hutchinson's recent novel "One Increas-
ing Purpose."
5:30-Student Cafeteria Supper and Social Hour.
6:30-Fireside Chat. Discussion on the subject: "Does It Do. Any Good
to Pray "
8:00-Evening picture service. The genuine pictures of "The Oberam-
mergau Passion Play of 1922." Interpretation by Mr. Arms,
noted Canadian lecturer. Special appropriate musical selec-
tions.

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street Between State and Division
R. EDWARD SAAhES, Minister
HOWARD I. CHAPMAN, Minister of Uniersity Students
10:30-Morning worship. Mr. Sayles will speak. Topic: "Jesus' Min-
istry of Encouragement."
12:00-Church Bible School. Dr. Bunting, superintendent. Students'
meet at Guild House. Mr. Chapman and Dr. Waterman give
Bible courses.
Z 5:30-Friendship Hour at Guild House. Young people welcome.
6:30-Devotional meeting. Donald Suyat will speak on the Mission
to Lepers. A general discussion of Guild work will follow.

ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUER, Minister.
Phone 22341
9:00 A. M.- Public worship in
German.
10 A. M.-Bible Study Class.
11:00 A. M.-Public worship in
English. Sermon subject:
"The Resurrection of the
Body."
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Student Club
meets at the parsonage. Dis-
cussion topic: "The Best Text-
Book." Theodore Ehman,
leader.

ION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C, STELLHORN, Pastor.
9:00 A. M.-Bible study.
10:30 A. M. - Morning sermon.
Subject: "I Believe That Je-
sus Christ Has Redeemed
Me." One of a series of ser-
mons on the Apostles Creed.
5:30 P. M.-Student supper fol-
lowed by a discussion hour.
Richard H. Freyberg, leader.

UNITARIAN CEURCH
State Street at Enron
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
PHILIP E. LAROWE, Musial Dir~etor
10:45
Morning Service
PROFESSOR KIRSOPF LAKE WILL PREACH
5:45
Students' Candlelight Supper
6:30
Dr. Francis S. Onderdonk, of Vienna, will lecture on
"TOLSTOY: HIS LIFE AND PHILOSOPHY"

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HENRY LEWIS, Rector
H, L. LONSDALE, Associate

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice; subject, "Mortals and

BETHLEHEM EVANGELI=
CAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division
MERLE H. ANDERSON, Minister
326 South Division St.
LEWIS C. REIMANN, Secretatry for Men.
MRS. NELLIE B. CADWELL. Secretary for Women,

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