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sA'l UgDAY, APRIL 3, 192U

TI IF- ivITCI--ITGANbA!I.,Y

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PHILDIN STARS IN
BO0U TS AT ARMORY!

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Y'xhtibition' Of Infightinjg

In Tfw.)O

Round Bout With Tommy Valie
Thrills Crowd
LARGE CROWD ATTENDS,
Let Philbin, sensational University
of Michigan middleweight bcxer, add-
ed to his already host of admirers by
his extraordinary exhibition of pluck
Thursday night at Td Sullivan's box-
ing show in the local Armory.
Influenza, which nearly wrecked the
show, resulting in the cancellation of
two bouts and changing the principals
in all but one of the others, left Phil-
bin without an opponent. Rather than
disappoint the crowd of more than
300 which had come primarily to see

If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
will be char.-ed.
The ichigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all want ads under appropriate head
ings and to revise or withhold objectionalle
cOlJy.
This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced-
ing publication. Notice of any error must be
given in time for the second insertion.
CASH RATES
Ten cents per reading line Con the basis of
five average words to the line) for one or two
insertions.
Nine cents per reading line for three or more
insert ons.I
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office i
in The Press Building (.u Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATESI
Special standardized rates given on applia.
1tion.

NOTICE
..PASMENEI TV INC'
only $75.00
JEWELL SALES CO.
Opposite Majestic Theatre

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Nf)TICE
TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
'rojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S.
University, side entrance. Phone
5535. tu, th, sat.-tt.
NOTICE --Hats cleaned, shoes repair-

GOOD U1SFI)C A RS

NOTICE-Buy your Easter candies
at Arbor Fountain. Delicious choc-
olates, bonbons, mints and hard
candies. 39-40-41-42.
NOTICE-Let us do your Easter,
cleaning early., $3.50 for $5.00 ini
work. The Doe Wah Jack Chem-
ical Cleaners. Dial 5898.r
30-32-35 tf.

NOTICE

eta. Absolutely the
tory work in town.
Washington Shop, 1911

most satisfac-
Pay us a visit.
E. Wasiiington
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JO1' PARKiER'S CAFE
Dancing every night during supper
from 6:30 to 8:00
Private parties our specialty.
E. 0. D.. t.

LOST

LOT-P'tillips'
Slavery," and
Slaveholding."

"Ame rican
"EConornic
Call 21377

YOU MEN
TYPEWRITERS , who are working your way through
Negro Rebuilt and second hand of all makes Michigan, or who want to earn some I
Cost of j bought, sold, rented, exchanged, worthwhile side money----
or re- cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg- j
Reward. est stock and best service depart- 1EA) TiS
0-41-42 nient in Ann Arbor. We are a wide awake organization

turn to University Librar-y.
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Let, Gibson and Lathrop, two prom-
ising University boxers agreed to trade
punches with him for four rounds.
In the middle of the fourth round,
Tommy Vaile who was to have sub-
stituted against Philbin, arrived un-
expectedly from Toledo. Ted Sulliv-!
an, who refereed the bouts, left it to
Philbin to meet Vaile or not, afteri
having boxed four rounds already.
Philbin showed a gameness and spirit
seldom seen in the professional ring
and agreed to mix two more rounds.
These two stanzas were well worth
the admission price. Philbin excelled
in infighting, winning by pummelling
Vaile unmercifully in the clinches.
Alex and Bill Stewart, 12 year old
Detroit ringmen, opened the show with
a fast bout that only two brothers,
could put on. Joe Ingels, flyweight
champion, showed too much class for
Schulling who substituted for Berk-
owitz, hitting him almost at will, al-
though there were times when Ingels
was forced to take the defensive.
Joe Cannal had a slight advantage
rver Red Meyers, University boxer, in
a rough and tumble three round con-{
test, but not without the stiffest kind
of a battle.
The other two bouts of the evening,
neither of which wasscheduled, turn-
ed out to be free punching contests,
and rather gory. Dare and Young atj
130 pounds, was without thrills untilE
Young landed a blow that brought'
blood from Dare's none. From this
time, the two men engaged in a spirit-
ed exhibition with honors about even.
White and Stevens injected plenty of
action in the other bout.

HUDSON-ESSEX SPECIkL1S
WILLYS KNIGHT 1923 ROADSTER,
New green duco paint, good winter
curtains, all accessories including
pickle-plated radiator and head
lights, goo4 cord tires. This is a real
classy looking job and it runs as
good as it looks. A demonstration
will prove to you its merits. $164
down and $22 per month.
CHEVROLET 1925 DE LUXE touring,
cord tires, duco finish, grey uphols-
tering, good curtains, bumpers,
windshield wiper and spotlight.
Driven only 9,000 miles. Motor just
nicely broken in. You will like to
drive this little car. Only $102.50
(lown and $21.44 per month.
OVERLAND 1924 TOURING, good cur-
tains, cord tires, motor and finish in
good condition will appeal to you.
Take it out and try it yiourself. The
price will please you too. Only $82
down and $21.44 per month.
HUDSON 1920 Sport touring, shock
absorbers and many other extras.
Just the car for you. $36.50 down,
$20 per month.
MAXWELL, 1922 Touring-Here is a
car that we are really going to sac-
rifice. You can't show us another
in town that is in as good condition
and can be bought for as little
money. X82.00 down and $20.15 per
month.

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-- NOTICE
IF YOU WANT REAL
cleaning and pressing service at
* reasonable prices
Dial 7814
CHEEl IIP WAIIL'S, 328 So. Main
tf.

O. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationegy Storej
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona '
tf.
Read the Want Ads'

and we want the part time services of
some high grade, wide awake young{
man.
Ours is not a real estate or peddling
proposition but an opportunity of real
merit, worthy of your prompt investi-
gation.
Write to-day and tell us of yourself
in detail. We will promptly arrange
mutually agreeable appointments. l
Address Box 70, Michigan Dailyj

AMERICAN SPRINTER WINS
MANY VITORIES ABROAD!
Jackson V. Scholz of the New York
Athletic club, who won the 200 metre
dash for the United States in the Par-
is olympics, is meeting with success
during his stay in Australia.
A recent dispatch in the Sydney
Referee states that the winged foot
sprinter won a 220 yard handicap from
scratch in a meet at Gisborne, New
Zealand. Scholz's time in the'sprint1
was :20.6 seconds. Although Charley
Paddock's world's record time for this
distance is :20.8, Scholz's time at Gis-
borne tied Norman Grehan's Austral-4
ian record for a circular track.
Ten members of the Oxford-Cam-
bridge lacrosse team arrived yester-
day on the steamship Majestic for a
series of games against American var-
sity teams. The first game, with the
University of Maryland is scheduled
for Saturday at Baltimore.

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GET YOUR Victor Record of " Vic-
tors" "Yellow and Blue" by Univ. of
Mich. Band. at-
Secherle &Soni Husk 1-fonse,
110 S. Main St. tf.

HIG-I GRADE clothes, custom tailor-E
ed, latest styles, perfect fit, $40 and
up. C.'. Doukas, 1319 S. University
39-40-41.
Arnold's State St. eweler
is now carrying a complete line ofI
fountain pens-all makes, all prices.
Whatever type you may need, come in
and see us, we can satisfy you,
Arnolds State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. tf.
USEI) CAR SALE

OVERLAND Touring car,
tires, runs fine, finish
down, $15 per month.

1922, good
fair. $50

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At $10 and $11.00. Other styles $7.85 and $8.50
Cam pusoote ry 3:04 State St.

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1923
1924
1920
1919
1918
1924
1920
1920
1922
1919

Ford Roadster
Ford Sedan ...
Buick Touring
Buick Touring
Velic Touring
Chevrolet Seda
Dodge Sedan .
Nash Touring
Scripts Booth i
Packard 'Twin S'

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............ $125
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 295
.. ...........125
.............85
..............50
n .......... 295
.x,.4...ss .1in
.............450
ouring .....150
;ix, 4 passes-
.. . . . . .. 450
cial Touring. 85
oadster......585
............. 50
- -. . . 450
ing ..........325
.............450

FORD, 1923 ROADSTER-And she's a
bearcat of the road-can kick up
dust for half a mile away. Dust
you'll be proud of too-First come,
first served, men. X21.50 down, $20
per month.
FORD 1924 TOURING-Looks just
like new rand shows real care. Tires
are good, extras included. We'll
gladly let you try it out. Once
you've driven it, you'll claim it for
your owns
CHEVROLET 1922 COUPE-All ac-
cessories, 5 new balloon tires, 2
stoplights, natural wood wheels.
$117.50 down, $21.44 per month.

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron, Street Between State and Division
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, Minister of University Students
You cannot spend Easter at home as you wished, but you can attend
an inspiring, uplifting service on Easter morning at 10:30. The music
and the sermon will stir the best within your heart.
Sermon-"The Life Everlasting"..........................Mr. Sayles
Special Music
Quartette-"He Is Risen"......................................Schilling
SMiss Ingham Sutley, Miss Margaret Calvert
Paul Wilson, Edward Mosher.
Mrs. Emma F. Cross, Organist
Trumpet Solo .............................................Paul Wilson
Baritone Solo ....................... ..............Edward Mosher
At noon comes the Bible School, with student classes at the Guild
house, led by Dr. Waterman and Mr. Chapman.
At 5:30, the friendly hour for young people at the Guild House.
"The Mope of Immortality" will be the topic for thought and dis-
cussion at 6:30. Miss Florence Leonard, '26, will lead. Special Easter
duet, Miss Leonard and Theodore Trost.

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State Street at Huron
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
PHILIP E. LARO WE, MUsical birector
10:45
Morning Sermon
"1)1 nORTi'AIL LIFE"
5:45
Student Supper
6:30 -
R. E. Moody will discuss:
"MYTHS IN AMERICAN HISTORY"

ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUER, Minister.
8:30-Preparatory service in Ger-
man.
9:00-Easter sermon and Holy
Communion.
11:00-Easter program by the Sun-
day school.
5:30-The Student Club meets at
the parsonage. Discussion
topic, "Religious Ideas in Ger-
man Literature." George Ten-
hoor, leader.
7:00-Preparatory service in Eng-
lish.
7:30-Easter sermon and Holy
Communion.
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor.
9:00 and 10:30-Easter service.
Subject: "Conflicting Reports."
5:30-Student fellowship and sup-
per.
6:30-Student Forum. Discussion
hour.
7:30-Easter song service. Sub-
ject: "After 'T'hree Days."
DISCIPLES Church of Christ
Corner Hill and Tappan
KENNETH R. BOWEN, Minister
821 Packard. Phone 5146.
Easter Service
1o:-'"rite Easter V ew of Life."
12:00-Bible School.

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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Iluron and Division Streets
MERLE II. ANDERSON, Minister
LEWIS C. REIMANN MRS. NELLIE B. CAIWELL
Secretaries for Student Work
Offices, Lane Hall
9:30-Church school.
10:45-Morning worship with sermon on "How Can One Believe iil le
Resurrection'?" Public welcome of new members. Special
Easter musical program.
10:45-Kindergarten in church parlors.
12:00-Student school. Discussion led by Howard McCluskey and Mrs.
Cadwell.
3:30-Junior Christian Endeavor Society.
5:30-Young People's Social Hour.
6:30-Young People's Society Meeting. Topic: "If a Man Die, Shall
He Live Again!" i

ger sport.......
1920 Studebaker Spe
1924 Jewett Sport Re
1924 Hupp Coupe ..
1924 Buick 4 Touring
1922 Buick Six Touri
1923 Hudson Coach

Drop in and look these buys over.
There is surely something in this list
1111, Iill suit yon.
Olen iNights and Sunday
ALBERT M. GRAVES
Pa ige-Jewett-Jordan
332 E:. Wasiilgton St. .1Phone 7414
39-40-41.
A. NASH CO., Golden Rule Tailors
Spring Suits and Topcoats
$23.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
TYPEWRITING & MIIMEOGRAPHING
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
O. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.

LOTS OF OTHER FORDS
HUDSON SALES AND S RVICE

PHONE 9195

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. Anbrrwr's E itarual T~lnrr4p
Corner Division and Catherine Streets
Easter Day
7:00 A. M.-Holy Communioi (Choral)
9:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.

310 E. Washington
OPEN EVENINGS

1923 FORD TOURING
1922 FORD TOURING
1924 FORD COUPE

11:00

A. M.--Festival Morning Prayer, Holy Communion and Sermon
by the Reverend Mr. Lewis.

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Washington Streets.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, Pastor
DONAL I'IMERMAN, MARGARET H. STAIR
Associate Directors of Student Activities
10:30-Pastor's subject: "Easter Newness."
12:00-12:45-Student Bible Classes at Wesley IBall.
5:15-Annual Student Easter supper at Wesley Hall.
6:15-Annual Easter Play at Wesley hall: "The Hour Glass."
7:30-Easter cantata: "Death and Life," by Shelley. Dr. Stalker will
speak on "Easter Power."\ Knight Templars will attend
service in a body.0

4:00 P. 1\.-Children's Festival Service.
6:00 P. M.-Musicale, Student Supper and Address by Dr. U. G. Rickert.
First Congregational Church
JIERBERT ATCHINSON JUMP, Minister
E. KNOX MITCHELL, Jr., Unkersity Pastor
JANET BEROTIT, Director Religious Education
10:45-Easter service. Special music. Sermon by Mr. Jump: "Man 's
Easter Allegiance." -
12:00-Women Students' Discussion Class.
0:30-Supper and Fireside Chat. Talk by Clara Lou.
8:00--Motion )icture service. Betty Bronson in "A Kiss for Cinder-
elhs."

NOTICE-Easter candies of
ieties at the Betsy Ross
Pick Yours Now!

39-40-41-42.
HEAR "Always" on Victor Record, as
a waltz, fox trot or vocal number at
Schaeberle & 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 togetherpwith the
mathematical formula upon which
it is based and rule for calculating
results mentally. A. C. Washburne,
Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Wed-tf.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Ford Coupe, 1922. Fine
motor, tires, finish, clock, heater.
$100 cash or suitable terms. Dial
8347 Simpson. 39-40-41..
FORSALE-Ford Sedan, good condi-,
tion, $75.00. Phone 3818. Mr. Chase.

all var-
SShop.
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WANTED
WANTED-Experienced stenograph-
ers, typists, and dictaphone opera-
tors for part-time work. Apply at
Secretary's Office in University Hall.
39-40-41.
WANTED-Experienced stenograph-
ers, typists and dictaphone operat-
ors for part time work. Apply at
Secretary's Office in Univ. Hall.
37-38-39.
WANTED-To rent closed car evening
of April 30th, must be in good con-
dition. Box 75. Michigan Daily.
38-39-40.
WANTED-Man or Woman with ex-
perience in selling shoes. Apply at
office of Mack and Co. tf.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished, all
conveniences, hot and cold water,
rent reasonable. Phone 5594. 607
E. Hoover. 39-40-41.
FOR RENT-A south east single
room on second floor at 1020 So.
University. Dial 5938. 39-40-41
FOR RENT-Furnished living room
and kitchenette. $9 per week. Bed-
room could be arranged on third floor.
1033 Packard. 39-40-41
FOR RENT-Four room modern apart-
ment, steam heat, unfurnished, $40
per month. 424 So. Main, Phone
4197. 38-39-40

5:30-Student
Lunch.
6:30-Forum.
7:30-"ToIas
ter."

Social 1-our and
and the First Ens-

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FOR RENT-Attractive five
bungalow, well furnished, for
mer months. One block from
pus. May lease for year.
22251 or 1314 Volland Street.

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