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SATURDAY, MARCH 20; 19261

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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~POOL CHAMPION TO'DRUGS
PLAY MATCH TODAY,

The winners and runners-up of the
recent all-campus pool and billiard
tournaments will oppose Ralph Green-
leaf, greatest pocket-billiard player of
all time, in a series of exhibition
matches this afternoon and tonight!
at the Union.
In the afternoon contests Fifield
''27, and Levy, '28j, will play the ex-
pert in straight pool and three cushion
respectively. Tonight Greenleaf will
meet MetIer, '27, in strdaight pool and
L'Hereux, '26D, in a three cushion
match. These men hold the campus
championships in these events.
This will be Greenleaf's initial ap-
pearance of the current season, and
due to his complete recovery from his
recent nervous breakdown, he bids
fair to surpass records for runs anr
averages.
Although only 26 years of age,
Greenleaf held the world's pocket bil-
liard championship for six censecutive
years. During this period of su-
premacy he has defeated all of the
leading experts of this style of play.1
Among his most remarkable victor-
ies are those which he scored over
Tabereski, the Schnectady star, and I
Harmon, the eastern states champion.
iForced to conclude his schedule in
the National Championship' league
while still in a state of convalescence,
he opt-pointed Tabereki 690-234. Last
October he .vanquished Harmon by a
score of 1,500 points ,to 1,107.1
Besides these matches, Greenleaf
will demonstrate a number of difficult
and fancy shots, and at the same time
he will explain the method of makingj
them.
Athletic directors -of the Western
Conference have launched a drive to
protect athletes who are in college
competition from professionalism and'
from A. A. U. competition until they
have finished their college careers.1
Osteopathic Physicians Dial 7451
Drs. Bert and Beth Haberer
Corner William and Maynard
Ann Arbor, Mich.
' LEARN
T HE
LATEST
DANCES
of 1926j
The Charleston. 1926, The Merry
Widow Waltz. Adult Classes Every
Monday and Friday. Fifteen One-
Hour Lessons, $5.00.
22 Wuerth Arcade
TERRACE 'GARDEN STUDIO
For appointment Dial 8328
MARTHA
WASHINGTON
CANDI ES
Fresh Every Friday
7 UTICE's
709 North University

DelPrete C
HAS THE KI
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Tailored ExcIAsively for s

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For Better Results T Talns ifirb Aburrti1iu-A
Brng your FinS to US. If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
VELOX PRINTS will be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all want ads under appropriate head-
aCALIN>-IE (HER DRUG nCO. jigs and to revise or withhold objectionablej
Three J~el>'endable Mores 1This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced-
Tnr igpublication. Notice of any error must be
We have .served :Michigan and given in time for the second insertion.
Wehv sre McianadCASH RATES
her Students for 38 years Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five average words to the line) for one or two t
I Nine cents per reading line for three or more.
insertions.
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office
in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES
o l egi ate i,s opSpeial standardized rates given on applica
ND OF CLOTHES LOST
WANT
LOST--Theta Kappa Psi pin, black
andL gold, with pearl border. Re-
otbe s ward. Phone 3497.
22-23-24-25-26-27-28
-4 or r Uel-i-ve -College Trade
LOST-A green Sheafer pen in the vi-
We Can Give You cinity of 2203 Angel Hall. Call 9741.
2l 28-29.
Better CLOTHES
I LOST-Bunch of keys in leather fold-
in
o r. Return to Business Office of
FIT The Daily, box 72 and receive re-
r4VVI+Nvard.28-29.
STYLE
QUALITY LOST-Wednesday night in or near
Waterman Gym, Elgin watch, white
FABRIC gold, 17 jewel attached to green
andoldsquare link chain. Address
Bolndd 71,28-29-30.
TAILORING
iTOTICE
Because of -Our Twenty-one Years' h
Experience In Tailoring College YU MENj
who are working your way through
TOP COATS-EXTRA LONG Michigan, or who want to earn some
$25 - $35 worthwhile side money----
4EAl THIS
SPRING SUITS We are a wide awake organization
Two Pants ~and we want the part time services of1
$34 _$5Asome high grade, wide awake young!
man.
Volume Business Fixed Prices Ours is not a real estate or peddling
proposition but an opportunity of real
merit, worthy of your prompt investi-
Write to-day and tell us of yourself
All Styles in detail. We will promptly arrange
$5.50 mutually agreeable appointments.
Ties, $1.00 Address Box 70, Michigan Daily,
PIANO TUNING AND FINISHING
We repair any kind of muisical in-
strument. ALLMENDINGER MUSIC,
SHOP, 305 Maynard St. 261
e TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain WaterI
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment. 1
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S.
University, side entrance. Phone
5535. tu, th, sat.-tt. -
Buy Your Clothes Here.
Worth the Walk NOTICE-Ashes hauled from outside
for $1.75 a load. In basement $2.00.
- - - - - - - - - -^ 0 0 0"- O- Or? 0 "

S PASSENGR TOURING
ONLY $75.00
JEWELL SALES CO.,

NOTICE
FELLOWS!
Don't Miss This
Suits $38-Extra trousers $45
Guaranteed to fit
Custom made knickers $10.
C. T. DOUKAS, 1319 S. Univ.
26-27-28-30-32-34-36 38 39
SAMPEL Victor records played by the
Univ. of Mich. Band, now being
demonstrated at SCHAEBERLE &!
SON MUSIC HOUSE, 110 S. Main St.
tf.

NOTICE
NOTICE-Hats cleaned, shoes repair-
ed. Absolutely the most satisfac-
tory work in town. Pay us a visit.
V1ashiingtou Shop, 106 F. Wa hinton
eod-tf.
NOTICE-Anna Cayer, (40G E. Lib-
erty) is called to Montreal on busi-
ness, expects to be back in ten days.
26-27.
LEAVE your order now for the new
Victor Record played by the Univ.
of Mich. Band at Schaeberle and
Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
PERPETUAL CALENDAR-A magne-
tic arrow finds the day of the week
for any date. Send 25c ($1 for 5)
for this device together with the
mathematical formula upon which
it is based and rule for calculating
results mentally. A. C. Washburne,
Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Wed-tf.
MONA BEAUTY SHOP
409 E. JEFFERSON. DIAL 22159
FRENCH MARCEL 75 CENTS
SOFT WATER SHAMPOO 50 CENTS
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HAIR
CUTTING,
PVENING APPOINTMENTS
TYPEWRITING &'MIMEOGRAPHING
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates,
College work a specialty for seven-

FOR RENT

Opposite Majestic Theatre
28
PRESSING-Unquestionably the best
pressing service in town. Try us
once. Cheer-Up Wahl, 328 So. Main.
tf
NOTICE-Bring your Ford troubles to
the Triangle Garage, 222 Detroit
Street. 28-29-30.
Fine custom tailored clothes, in-
dividual fit, best workmanship, cor-
rect style, suit $35.00 and up. Albert
Gansle, 118 E. Washington. tf
NOTICE-Cisterns cleaned and re-
paired by expert cistern men. Dial
22388. 26-27-28.
Arnold's State St. 3eweler
is now carrying a- complete line of
fountain pens-all makes, all prices.
" Whatever type you may need, come in
and see us, we can satisfy you.
Arnolds State'S. Jeweler
1302 S. State St. tf.
IA. NASH CO., Golden Rule Tailors
Spring Suits and Topcoats
$23.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
Special Release on VlctortRecords-
"Dinah" by Jenn Goldkette and his
Orchestra; "Always" by Geo Olson
and his music. Schaeberle & Son,
Music House. tf.
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NOTICE-The Betsy Ross Shop in-
vites you to taste their delicious
toastwiches, strawberry shortcakes,
fruit sundaes and salads. 26-27-28.1
VICTOR Single Face Red Seal Rec-
ords, 3-10 in. records for $1.00; 2-12
inch records for $1.90 at Schaeberle
& Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
JOE PARKER'S CAFE
Dancing every night during supper
from 6:30 to 8:00
Private parties our specialty.
E. O. D. tf.

FOR RENT-Two r)m front
well furnished, suitable for
meni.Also one furnished
Dial 4531.

FOR RENT-Furnished or partly fur-
nished apartment, light housekeep-
ing, private bath, steam heat. 1033
Packard. Dial 57,.
23-29-30-31-32-33.
FOR RENT-Small light housekeep-
ing apartment for two peopld, steami
heat, hot and cold water, help in
home desired as part payment of
rent. Inquire at 917 Mary St.
28-29.

FOR RENT--Cheerful homelike suite,
(Pn be used for liglit housekeeping.
Auross from engin-e'ig a-c] 593S.
23-29-30.
FOR RENT-Ten room house, newly
decorated, modern, rent reasonable.
Block from campus on Haven. Dial
7022. -29-30-31-32-33
FOR RENT-Very pleasant front
room, suitable forine or two peo-
ple. 418 E. Washington. Dial 2116 5.
28-29-10.
FOR RENT-Large rant roam, every
modIern convenlei(-e,.Student pre-
ferred. Garage if 8iesired. 404 First
St. D~ial 8029. 28-29-30.

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teen-years,-FOR RENT-Suite, two offlees, State
0. D. MORRILLi Street section. Dial 4931. th-sat-tf.
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store FOR SALE
tf.
FOR SALE-Ford Turing, model 1921
THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN E good condition. fit). Dial 6957.
invites you to try our special lunches,26-27-28.
our delicious sundaes and frappes! j
26-27-28. FOR SALE--Stutz Special Bearcat

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NEW SILK
SCARFS
All Colors
I $2.50 - $4:50
It Will Pay You to
213 East Liberty St.

TYPEWRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service depart- s
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
tf.
WANTED
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing, all!
clothes dried out doors. Dial 21764.1
23-24-25-26-27-28.
WANTED-Experienced cook would
like a position in a fraternity. Call
22152, from 2 to 4. 26-27-28.!
WANTED-Young m desirous of
making good mone selling clothes.!
Quick selling line at reasonable
prices. M. G. Wild, 109 E. Washing-
ton. 15-17-20-22-24-27

Roadster, new tires, many extras,
reasonable. Call 8956. 26-27-28.
FOR SALE-1923 Ford roadster, ex-
cellent condition, extras, $100. Dial
6117. Pinck~ard. 26-27-28.
ORIENTAL Rug, 11 feet by 4 1-2.
Suitaible for Fraternity house.
Sacrifice for Cash. Dial 9277.
28-29-30
FOR SALE-Rowing machine, best
adjustable friction drum type, only-
$15. Less than 1-2 price. Delivered
free. Dial 7110. 28-29-30.
FOR SALE-Reflex radio, complete
with charger and speaker. Received
California. $45. Call Robertson,
7317. 28
FOR SALE-Ford Touring, model 1921
good condition. $50. Dial 6957. tf.
FOR SALE-1924 Roadster,, good run-
ning condition, good tires, demount-
able rims, no starter, $65. Dial 3610.
28.

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Washington Streets.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, Pastor
DONALD :TIMJERMAN, MARGARET H. STAIR
Associate 4Directors of Student -Activities
10:30-Lenten service No. 4. Subject: "Beasts and Angels."
12:00-12:41-Student Bible Classes at Wesley Hall, led by Dr. Stalker,
Margaret Stair, and ,Donald Timmerman.
6:00-7:00-Wesleyan Guild meeting at Wesley Hall. Laura Osgood,
leader. Subject: "Is a Lie Ever Justifiable"
7:00-7:30-Open House. Light refreshments.
7:30-Wesleyan Guild lecture by Rev. John Thompson, from Chicago
Temple Church. -Subject: "When the Bolshevist and Jesus
Faced Each Other."

DISCIPLES Church of Chris
Corner Hill and Tappan
KENNETH B. BOWEN, Minister
821 Packard. Phone 5146.

10:30-Morning worship.
er?" by the pastor.

"Wiitl- I

Catholic Students'
Chapel.
William and Thompson
Sunday Masses
8:00 and 10:00 o'clock
Wednesday evening, 7:30
Sermon:
"The Church Apostolic."
Rev. Michael P. Bourke, Chaplain

First Congregational Church
"The Church of a Thousand Congregational Students"
HERBERT ATCHINSON JUMP, Minister
E. HNOX MITCHELL, Jr., University Pastor
JANET BEROTH, Director Religious Education
10:45-Service of worship. Sermon by Mr. Jump. "Paul."
12:00-Women Students Bible Discussion Class.
5:30-Student Supper and Fireside Chat. High school students as
guests. Discussion: "how Radical Shall We Be?"
8:00-Motion picture service. Norma Shearer and Conrad Nagel in
Rlupert Hughes' "Excuse Me."

Students
12:00-Special class - "Fath
Iden.
5:30-Social Hour and Lunch.
6: 30-Forum.
7:30-"Should New York Char
the Atheists?"

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street Between State and Division
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, Minister of University Students
10:30-Worship and sermon. Mr. Sayles will preach. "Adventurous
Living."
12:00-The Church School. Dr. Russell Bunting, superintendent. At
this hour Student Classes meet at Guild House.
(1) Old Testament Narratives. Mr. Chapman. A
(2) Fulfillment of Prophecy. Dr. Waterman.
5:30-The Friendship Hour.
6:30-The Chinese students in charge.
"The Challenge to Chinese Christians Today"
.... ..... ... ..............M iss Yi Fang W u
"The Present Popular Educational Movement in China"
..................... ................. A lfred S. Pu

ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUER, Minister.
9:00 A. M.-Sermon in German.
10:00 A. M.-Bible Class.'
11:00 A. M.-Sermon in English.
The pastor's subject: "Cai-
phas An Substitution."
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Student Club at
the parsonage. Discussion
topic: "Astronomy. Hy Don-
ner, Leader.
7:30 P. M.-Lenten service: "The
Thorn-Crowned King."

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor.
9:00 A. M.-Bible Study Hour.
10:30 A. M.-Morning service with
sermon by the pastor on:
"Forgive As We Forgive."
5:30 P. M.-Student fellowship
and supper.
6:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Dis-
cussion Hour.
7:30 P. M.-Lenten service. Sub-
ject: "A Mock Coronation."

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State Street at Huron
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
PHILIP E. LAROWE, Musical Director

10:45
Morning sermon
"THE TIME WHEN CHRISTIANITY DID NOT COUNT"

- 5:45
Student Supper

Ann Arbor Shop
Hats cleaned and blocked.
Shoe repairing and shoe
shine parlor. We clean and
dye all kinds of shoes.
Satisfactory Work!
625 East Liberty
Phone 3353

6:30)
Capt. G. W. Dunn will discuss
"EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS OF MILITARY TRAINING"

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Corner Division and Catherine Streets
FIFTH SUNDAY IN LENT
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer and the rite of Confirmation. Sermon by
thIe Ift. Rev. Herman Vage D. D., Bishop of Michigan.
5:00 P. M.-Admission service for Episcopal Students Club. Conducted
by Bishop Page.
6:00 P. M.-Supper and Musicale for students.

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice, subject:."Natter."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday School fol-
lowing the morning service.

BETHLEHEM EVANGELI=
CAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. Between William and
Packard
G. A. Neumann. Pastor.
9:00 A. M.-Adult classes.
10:00 A. M.-Morning service. Sub-
ject: "In and Out of the King.
dom Door."
,1:00 A. M.-German service.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Streets
MERLE H. ANDERSON, Minister
LEWIS C. REIMANN MRS. NELLIE B. CADWELL
Secretaries for Student Work

Offices, Lane Hall

Testimonial meeting Wednesday
evening, 7:30.
The Reading room, 10 and 11
State Savings Bank building, is

10:45-Morning worship. Dr. Anderson will preach. "Godly hour and
Man's Convenience."
9:00-Church School.
12:00-Student classes led by Howard McClusky, Hal Coffrnan and
Mrs. Cadwell.
520-A Social1Hour that fioiolire linma

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