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SA1TLI'DAY, DECEMBER 12, 19525

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

500,000 Greet President it Chicago

PH6 PUBLISH

WIL !alin, formerly an instructor here Chemical Sof.ciety
A ~~iM ~! and no~v of the University of Okla-E
j L. 1b oina. This is thec sixth series of his- Offers Six Prz s
R~gENT ~[fj5 L"tues delivred by 1I1.Albert I Sa o ts
131 ouw er, professor of geology in the,___
Technische Hoogeschool of Delft, IHol-' ix ~i~s f 1,000 ccfl ore

tv ol mie (ousisC lug 1 of7tmore 'fima :,,o
Ms i 1s(rlpts ',1'il. Be ''rinte4I
Volume V of the ".'apers of the
Michigan Academy of Science, Arts,
and Letters" will be ready for puibli-
cation. early in January, it has been
announced. This volume ((insists of
more than':50 manuscrilpts which were
readl before the v carious sections of

Sland. whto was exchange professor at'
tl.a University (luring the spring of!
1922, have been published iuder the
stitle "The Geology of the Nethcriand's
East IndIies." This -work is the third'
in tlhe scientific series.
I These volumes arc all publi shed un-
S(ir the editorship of Eugene S. Mc-'
Cartn~y, University editor of scholar-
rly publications.

offereCd by the Alneric"11n C(-,-( I '.:i
cety ill an essay coat est odcd
'.,cailly by Phi Lambd~ca Up:ilom, l con-
' frr chemical societ y. The esy
nif Ust 1notexceed 3,0003 words add xs
be confined to one of the flown
subjects : "The Relation of C'hemiatr y
tol health and Disease", "The Rtion 11
of Chemistry to the Enrichmnent of
Life", "'The Relation of Chemistry to

thu academy at its annual meeting last;-iArclueo orsr" Tei'a
spring. ,It includes papers on anthro-I WASHINGTON. -- On 1,682 white tion of Chemistry to Natioi l lDe-'
a pology, botany, economics, history ,lan- stone crosses that mark the resting- fense," "The Relation of Chemistry tEo
guage, literature, psychology, geology, places of unknown. American Army the Home", "The Relation of C'henm-
imineralogy, and zoology. ! dead in France, the Anmerican govern-k ist~i y to the Development of an lu1-
Two other books have been pub- rnent will inscribe this legend: dustry or a Resource of the Elnited
lished under the auspices of the grad-' "Here rests in hronored, glory an States."
u ate school recently. The first is "The American soldier known but to God."; Any undergraduate 'mnember of a
Grain Supply of England during the college or university, or a studenti
Napoleonic Period,." by WVA. Freemn PAY YOUR SUBSCRI]PTION 'NOW, graduating in the mid--year, is eligible

row), as he is diriven through Chi-
ation convention ini which he warned
:if agriculture.
WANTEDI
Y OUNG Man wanted to work during
Christmas vacation. Call 8356 after
7 p. m. 70-71-72.
MAGAZINE men, crew managers, dis-
trict managers, organizers experi-

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Crowd estimated at 500,0001 is seen cheering President Coolidge (arr
cago streets to make the speech before the American Farm Bureau Fed era
Congress to refrain from "radical" or "paternalistic" legislation for relief o
C-0-1LASSIFIE A
bLOESCLOME
IT 3 .I . A V R I I T3PM. 1

LOST
LOST-Heavy overcoat, dark blue in
color, with a freshman cap in
pocket. East H-all at 11-12 A. X1.
class, Dec. 8. Finder please return!
to 713 Catherine St. 69-70-71.
FOUND
FOUIND-Dec. 10. in lobby of Farmers
& Mechanics Bank, State St. Branch,
a sum of money,, owner may have'
by pr'oving and paying for this add.
Call 5346. 70.;
-A NOTICE
TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
Priix ptly and neatly done by compe-J
'tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.
SCH~AEBERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St.
The popular place for all kinds of
muisical instruments. It pays to
<BUSINESS NOTICE
Riders Pen shop, because of its
rapidly growing business, will move
into larger quarters Jan. 1st. Our
new- shop will be across the street
fromt our present location and nearer
to th~e campus.,
315 State St after Jan 1st.
Watch us grow.
* Riders Pen Shop.
NOTICE-Manuscripts typewritten by
experienced operators at Biddle's
Book Store. 11 Nickel's Arcade.,
t., th., sat. tf.
Japanese Students of U. of M.
('1C1RISTMAS BAZAAR
for the benefit of the
Japanese Studenits, ChIristian Asso.
Many selected Japanese Articles suit-
able for gift will be displayed at very
reasonable prices
1'riday, D)ec. 11 from 3 to 9 p. mn.
,rSatuirday, Dec. 12, from 9 a.,nm,-9 p. mn.
at Ladie Hall. 90
WE take pride in the quality of our
work. You should take pride in our
products. We cater to the student
trade as well as the town residents.
You are requested to visit our shop
at your earliest convenience.
ARNOLD
State St. Jewelers-302 State St. tf.
TYPEWRITERS I
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought. sold, rented, exchanged,.;

NOTICE

enced on two pay plan, also special
offers. Write or wire today for real
proposition. State fully experience.
Clyde A Ramsey, 25-27 Opera Place,

FineFootwear
from Wahr's
More new Pumps for Street
with or without Buckles
Very Fashionable
1 The "Renee"
A street pump in
patent or dull,
medium weight
M $8.00
Quilted Satin Slippers, All Colors
Walir'sShoe Store

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jWATCH REPAIRING

Efficient work at arcasonable prices ___ _________________________
Edw. A. Clark, 1121 S University. P:014 RENT{!44
t., f., sat. tf. _______________________
ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-! FOR RENT-Suite, two offices, State
manent waving, and marcell waving{ Street section. Dial 4931. th-sat-tf.
our2speialty.31404ai. tf 1i FOR~ RENT-Late model heated clos-
202 Dal444.ed car, the lowest rate in city.
WPANTED 1303 Wilmot. Dial 4829. 456-0
TO TRADE -Ford Coupe, '24 modelIFO RET-utsiabefrt-
for. a Ford roadster or touring. 1303j dents or business meon, 9. Mary.
Wilmot, Phone 4829. 68-6970. Phone 3283. 70-71.
WANTED-Girls for relief selling dur-, FOR SAE
ing noon hours daily. Apply imme- FOR01 SALE-Three new black Dog-
diately at office. Mack & Co. tf sin coats, price $400 each. Call
_______________________________ Filson, 7517, if inte rested. 69-70-71'
EXPERIENCED two payment men to FOR SALE-Ford Touring, good run-
open office covering entire district. ning condition. 5 good tires, cheap,j
Full co-operation and protection. for cash. Inquire 226 S 12th St.I
Send $1.00 for supplies and corn- jI Pone 6652. 70.
plete information. Clyde A. Ram-
sey, 25-27 Opera Place, Cincinnati, FOR SALE-Ford Coupe, fully equipp-
Ohio. tf. 1 ed, $100 cash. A real bargain, call4

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Downtown

108 S. Main

Lawvyers Club, Room
41 47.

G. 22. Dial
70-71-72.

PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.

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FIRST -METHODIST CHURCH
State and W ashigton Streets.
REV. ARTHUR WV. STALKED., pastor
DONALD TLIDLERM~AN, -MARGARET IT. STAIR
Associate Directors of Student Activities
10: 30-Pastor's subject: "Wonder sand Religion."
12:00-12:45-Three Bible classes at' NNesley Hall.

DISCIPLES Church of Chris
Corner Hill and Tappan
KENINETH %i BOWEN, Minister
821' Packard. Phone 5146,
9:30-Bible school.
10: 30-Morning worship: "The
Mystery of Happiness:"
12:00-High school class, two.
adult classes, and -the stu-
dents' class - "Father" Iden.
5:30-Students' Social Hour and
lunch.
6:30-Students' Forum.
7:30-Evening worship. "The
Fruits of the Spirit."

Attend
Church on'
Sunday
You'll find the ser-
vices well worth
while.

6:04-7:0'-2Wesleyan Guild meeting at Wesley Hall.
Harlan. Subject: ":ta's -Need:'
7:00-7:30-Open house. Refreshments.

Leader, Ralph

10:45-Service of worship. Special Chiristmas music. Sermon by Mr.
Jump: "The Old andi New isReiligions. Tinkingr: Jesus."
12:00-Open Forum. Mr. Budenz, editor of Labor Age, will discuss:
"Tihe Coal Strike froumitimw, tabor Point of View."
5:30-Student Supper andl Fireside Cht. Prof. Thomas H. R1eed will
speak on Ircedi o 'kS,1ech."
8:00-Motion picture service. Zane Greys "Wanderer of the Waste..
lands.' A. picture in natural colors.

7:30-Wesleyan Guild lectuire by D~r. W. RI. Nedderspoon. pastor St.
James church, Chicago : "By time Bonnie JBrier Bus l"

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FIRSTBAPTISTCHURCH
Huron Street Between State and Division
R. EDWARD) SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, Minister of University Students
10 :30--The Christmas Cantata, "Time'Newbornm King.'" by Loveland will
be rendered by an augmented choir. There will be organ.
violin and piano aceompaiiment. This musical service 'will
take the place of the sermon. M rs. Emma Fischer C'ross, ch oir, director
and organist.
12:00-The Church Bible School. 1)m-. Bunting, superintendent. Student
classes at the Guild House.
5:30-Friendship Hour 'for Yonng People_ at Guild House.
6:30-Devotional hour. Herbert Xediell will lead with the topic:
"Africa as a Christiani Opporfimitiy"

ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third aend West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUER, Minister.
9 :00-German.

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHIORN, Pastor.
9:00 A. M.-Bible study.
10:30 A. M.-Service with sermon.
Subject: "God's Exaltation of
thme Christ."
5:30 P. M.-Student .fellowship
and supper.
6:30 P. M.-Student forum. Nor-
man C. Browersox will lead
in discussing: "Why a ,Di-1
vided Christi1anity ?"

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cleaned, repaired ahid rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service depart-1
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer : L. C. Smith '& Corona
CHRISTMAS CARDSj
Personal cards should be ordered now.
Good work requires time. Printing!
and engraving a specialty.Lags
and finest selection obtainable.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store

10:00 A. M.-Bible Classes.
11:00 A. M.-Englsh sermon.
5:00-Christmas Social.
7: 30 P. M.-Advent service, ser-
mon: "Jesus thme )Iigity Godl."

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FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice, subject: "God, tale Pre-

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

IIIN. Y TLEW'IS, Rector
Ti T. TA1-%QT)A T - A ,,aea

Fourth Ave. Between
Packard

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