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F'RIDAY, APRIL 9, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LOCAL EVXENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The ;wily. Items wiil be published on
ttvn'ri Triccsivc (ay., only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Evens

POSTOFFICE LISTS
IHAVING UNCLAIMI

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"Passing and Abiding Aims of,
Life," will be the topic for discus-
sion at th' , Baptist guild meeting Suin-a
ciay, at G: 30 oclockt at the Guild house.
I-A 1 students who are here during
vacation are most cordially invited 'to
attend the.IBaptist Guild Friendshipj
hour at the Guild house at 5:30 oclock
Sunday. Refreshments will be serv-
ed.

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.ail for the following lper
hand at the Ann Arbor pos:
may be claimedl by the
calling at the general deliver
' 11'ain office, on or before Ap:
Prof. Octavio Antonio. L.
John M. Chass, Selma E. C
old A. Courtwright, Prof..
lattre, Carwford Chas. Edmi
Louise Erley, A. Forsburg,
Gleason, Phil Griffiin, Dr..
Gurd, Raymond Henderson,
Hughes, John Basil Flume,
jHunter, Lester L. Kissel, F.
ings, Clair V'anNormnan'Lanj
uel Allen Laugh, Joseplion

y'dedicated the library to the Union
THS E S P R R I !in memory of her husband. For All Makes of Cars.
____________ TIRES FOR SALE.
IBERLIN.- President von Ilinden-' JUNK CARS BOUGHT
£0 MAIL A;. a mnemorial to the late Edward ofhsetac;noteKESE RSCnlSre
WValdo Pedetn'72, a life-sized por- :iburg yesterday celebrated the 60th! PHONE "is5.
rtoraiit paiinted by Prof. Olaf Brauner,i nierayohienrneittej KESRBRS Caltet
stoflice and! of Cornell university, has been hun11g iGemnayasaeonliunat
vuer Lwon th e east wall of the Pendleton Jj- .
ry window, zbrary in the Union. The paifittng was;
,uril 17th.
1. Barrett, Lc ter. James D. Lindsay, .Helen M.
Clark, liar- Locke, Mrs. Chas. D). Loomis, Rose 11.
Andre De- Lovell, Percival Chelston Lowery, i i
funds, Elise Prof. Julio M. Luzunaris, Roland Clay-!
Dr. 11. A. 'ton McKee, A. M. Malloy, Ben Markin,
Adeline E. I W H. Maurer, Dr. Anna Norris, Frank
Thomas F. 1 . Ortmzan, Dr. Carlton Pierce. A. # .}
Dr. W. C. Potsild, Dr. Fred Puffen, Donald Lee wo IAL
W. Inutehi- I Tabern, Dr. Harriet S. Taylor, John I~
gton, Sam- Bradford Tichener, Virginia. Wool- 4 '
ne Triplet head. r

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If you are a tclephone subscriber call IJin ...y or outinpitin t ,de'
the Ad-Taker, ial 21214r, and your want ad Lt Sthp and you will go' et Al:, ink,
w..ill be charged. fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself ill the
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to jae n vntfdeo nieyds
classify all want adls under alpropriate peaulp n o' ileo nieyti
in -s and to revise (or withlid objectionlable appear after it has se't when mloiitulre
copy. is appvled. Ink substilif es arc dang-
This column closes at 3 I. -M. date preced-
ing pulication. Notice of any error mu11st be jerous and sp)oil your pens.
giiven in tirne for the second insertion. I FRSPE 5100
Tencens AST! RATES Pnadfl pcait~ 35S tt
'(Te ensper reading line (on the basis Tf1,!nadInTh, iv 135S.tte
live average words to the line) for one or two£Tu ThSn-f
insertions.
Nine cents per reading line for three or more
insertions.I TYPING WANTED - fbeses, themes
Cash classifieds received at the D~aily officei papei's, notes, etc., neatly, accurate-
in The Press Building on Maynard Street,4 and promptly typedt. Call Mrs.
CONTRACT RATES? Engelhardt. Dial 7275. e.o.d.-tf.
-Special standardized rates given on applica-

FOUNTAI PEN i'

AT THlE THEATERS
Today-Secreen
Arcade- "Irene," with Colleen
Moore.
.Majestic-"The Far Cry," with
Blanche Sweet.
Wuerth - "The Circle," with
Eleanor Boirdinan.
Today-Strage
Garrick (Detroit)-."What Price
Glr4
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"The how-0ff."
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"The Student Prince."
New Detroit (Detroit)--Thurs-
ton, the Magician.*

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All Wool Pre-Shrruk Beautiful Fabrics That Will Not Fade
SUITS AND TOPCOATS
00
Tailored by
rA. NASH[ CO.
The Famous Golden Rule Tailors of Cincinnati.
'hone 9736 or Phone 6746
And ask that a representative of the NASH CO. call upon you to
show samples' and styles.'
STYLE, FIT, WORKM1ANSHIP AND WEARING QUALITIES
GUARANTEED.
Some of the best dressed people you meet are wearing Nash clothes.

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MARTHAIk
WASH ING TON
CAND3IES
Fresh Every Friday f
TICE'S$
709 North University

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JUSTIFIABLE PRIDE
With justifiable pride, we direct
attention to the fact that Dodge
Brothers Dealers in the United
States and Canada sold over
160,000 Used Cars in 1925. We
are proud' to be a part of an
organization capable' of such an
exceptional record - because it is
a record founded upon the belief
that the public appreciates good
values.
R H. A L 33-R~
206 WEST Hu i~IoN ST.
clODse 5raOmHEiqs aEALelRS SELL 5001n USet) CAR.S

LOST-Signia I 'hi Epsilon pin. Finder
call 21140. Liberal reward. 453
LOST-A Phi Gamma Mu pin lastj
Tuesday, name Alice Leltinen on7
back. Call 5740. 44-45.
LOST-White gold filigree bracelet,
set with sapphires. Lost on April 1,j
near campus. Reward. Call 4751.
43-44-45.
LOST-On E. H-uron Street, a diamond
ring fastened to the ribb~on strap of j
a small Gold watch. Finder please
call 7940. Reward. 43-44-45.I
LOST-A pair of glasses in a brown
case somewhere in south wing ofI
University Hall. Call 7-430. 44-45.
LOST-A Pecia pearl necklace with
diamond clasp. Reward.,Mrs. Lewis.
Phone 3004. 44-45.
LOST-Square batik scarf at Majestic
last Sunday evening. Reward.
Phone 21340. 45.
LOST-Pair of glasses in or near the
gym. Finder please return to Or-
mend Drake or call 21380 at 1304
sGeddes. 43-44-45.
NOTICE

NOTICE
JOE PAltR Eit'S4 CAFE
Dancing every night dutring suppei'
from 6:30 to 8,:00
Private parties our specialty.
E. 0.? D..tf.
TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1,110 S.
University, side entrance. Phone
6535. tu, th, sat.-tf.
NOTICE-Hats cleaned, shoes repair-
ed. Absolutely the most satisfac-
tory work in town. Pay us a visit.
Washington Shop, 106 E. Washington
eod-tf.
ANNOUNCEMENT
Mine. Anderson's Beauty Shop will be,
closed: all this week while she is in
Chicago attending the National
Hair Dressers Convention. H1er
shop will open again Monday, April
112th. 527 E. Liberty.
42-43-44-45-46-47
rA. NASH CO., Golden Yale Tailors
Spring Suits and. Topcoats
$23.04)
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
TYPE WRITERS
IRebuilt and second band of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
1cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORiRILL,
E 17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
CDealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
tf.
An extra pair of pants doubles the
life of yorur suit, we match any cloth.
M. G. WILD, 109 E. Washington
E.0. D.
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
mathematfcal formula upon which
it is based and rule for calculating
results mentally. A. C. Washburnre,'
Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Wed-tf.
NOTICE--Cistern cleaning and cist-
ern repairing by expert cistern man,
Phone 223.88. 43-44-45
Suits $38-$45, Extra trousers
Knickers $10. All custom tailored
Fit Guaranteed
C. T. DOUKAS, 1319 S. University
43-44-45.
SOMETHING New in canvassing.
Chance for two in a young comn-
pany. Vacation work or permanent.
CalYpsi 440. 43-44-45.
WANTED

Springtime
You are sure to findI
in this

Millinery
the Hat that pleases
Store.

Anna E. Wesch
L 206 East Liberty

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FjIRST B1'APTJ I ST .,CHU.1RC..H
Hurfton S reet Bietween State -and Division
IL EDWARD SAYLES, Minister_
HOWARD IL CHAPMAN, Mnister of University Students
SUNDAY, APRIL 11
10:30-Sermon: "Spiritual, Surprises." Mr. Sayles.
12:00-Bible school. Student group at Guild House.
5:30-Young People's Friendship Hour.
6: 30-'Devotional meetinig., "Passing and Abiding Aimis of Life:"
Hause, Helent Davis;,Madelyn Kingsley.

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ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(:Missouri Synod)
Third and West' Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUXII, Minister.
9 :00--German service.
10:00-Sunday school and Bible
class.
11: 00-English service. Subject:
"Paul Before Agrippa,"

FIRST PRE4SBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Divislon -Stheets
MERLE H. ANDERSON, Minister
LEWIS C. BEIMANN MRS. NELLIE B. CADWELL
Secretaries for Student Work
Offices, Lane Hall
9:30--Church school.
10:45-Morning worship with sermon on "The 'Mystery an(thtie Glory
of Life." The sacrament of baptism will be administered.
10:45-Kindergarten in church parlors.
12:00-Student school. Discussion led by Howard McCluskey and Mrs.
Cadwell.
3:30-Junior "Christian Endeavbr Society.
5:30-Young People's Social Hour.
6:30-Young People's Society Meeting.

IF YOIU WANT REAL I
cleaning and pressing service at1
reasonable prices
Dial 7314
ICHIEElt UP IVAHL'S, 3128 So. MainC
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YOU MEN
who are working your way through
Michigan, or who want to earn some
worthwhile side money----
READ TIS
We are a wide awake organization
and we want the part time services of
some high grade, wide awake young'
man.
Ours is not a real estate or peddling
Iproposition 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.
Address Box 70, Michigan Daily
f WHAT! NO) WOMEN?
k Victor Record 19973
{ by The Happiness Boys
at Schalebprle and Son Music .House
f 1 110 So. Main tf.
(FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
When your pen fails to work prop-
erly, remember that Rider's Pen Shop
because of its complete equipment
Ibacked by real Pen Makers service, ih
the logical place to have it corrected.
Every pen we repair, regardless of
'make, receives the same skillful at-
tention and all work is guaranteed.
No waiting to have it sent to the fac-
tory or what is worse, chance of in-
jury from inexperienced workman-
ship.
Rider's Pen Shop
Tues., Thur., Sun. tf.
A SPECIAL
TAILORED SUIT, $35.00
M. W. MIL WARD
332 S. State, over Pratt & Dunn
E. 0. D. tf.

SUN\DAY, APRIL 18 __
10:30-Sermon: "Modern Fevetishness." Mr: Sayles.
12:00-Bible schiobl. S tudent group at Guild House.
5: 30-411) young ° tpeople meet at Guild House and go in a group to
R Congregational church for social} hour. 1o be followed by
an addres's by Dr. Paul Nilson, educator, from Tarsus (birth-
place of 'Paul).

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State Street at Hluron
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
PHIL '' R. LAIIOWE, Musical Director

4. Anbreinsi ptorapaiulQTfrr4;
Corner Division "and Catherine Streets,
First Sunday After Easter
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
11:00, A. }r.--IORNING PRAYER. ANDl SERMON BY THE REVERVND
HERMAN L. JA)NSDALE. EASTER MUSIC WILL BE SUNG
AGAIN AT THIS SERVICE.
6:00 P. M.-Student Supper
There will be an Interdenominational Student Supper at the
Congregational Church next Sunday evening.

10:45
Morning Service.
Rev. Sidney S. Robins will preach.

10: 30-Morning service.
"Lead Us Not Into
to on:"

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Tenipta-

Arnold's State St. aeweer
Is now carrying a complete line...of
foun~ain piens-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.
We pay highest prices for
men's used Clothing Call 8040
STUDENTS TAILOR SHOP

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WANTED-Transitmen, chainmen and
r oimen for land surveying around
Ann Arbor during the Easter Vaca-
tion. Will see applicants in the
Michigan Union Building April 9,
at 4 P. M. J. J. Murphy. 45
IWANTED-Man or Woman with ex-
perience in selling shoes. Apply at
office of Mack and Co. tf.
WANTD--A first,: class cook open
Ifor engagement. Phone 7784.
43-44-45.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One double room and one
single room, near Union. 608 E.
Jefferson. Phone 8131. 45
FOR RENT-Two first floor rooms
furnished for light housekeeping.
Sink, gas stove, soft water. 1025
Vaughn St. Phon 5571. 45
FOR RENT-Pleasant room, 514.
FCheever Ct. In rear of Union. Dial
8628. 44-45.,
FOR RENT-Large double room, man.
may work for same, also garage.
422 E. Washington. Dial 8544 or
9714. .44-45. -
FOR SALE
= FOR SALE-1919 Ford roadster, $15:
takes it, rear end guaranteed. Call
9571 at noon or at six. 43-44-45.
FOR SALE-Trumnphet latest model,
Holton. Gold plated in A 1 condi-
tion. Call 6063. 44-45.
FOR SALE-1923 Ford Roadster, lots

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DISCIPLES Church of Chris
Corner 11111 and Tappan
KENNETH B. BOWEN, Minister
821 Packard. Phone' 5146.
10:30-"Fair and Warmer."
12:00--Bible school. Students'
class taught by Father Iden.
5 :30-Student Social Hour and
Lunch.
6 : 30-Forum.

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First 'Congregational Ghurc
SHERBERT ATCHINSON JUMP, ilnister
E. KNOX MITCHELL, Jr., Unirersity Pastor
J AYE T BEROTH, Director Aeiigtons ' E ducati on

Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer
Tues, Thur., Fri.,

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DONALD TIMNIERWAN, MARGARET H. STAIR
u ssoeiate Durcedors of Stdetf Activitles
10:30-Mrs. Evelyn Riley Nicholson, National President of the WV. F. M. S.,
will 'speak. L&
1200-12:45-'Comlbined Student Bible lass at Wesley Fll.
6:00-7 :00-W tesleyaii Guild meeting at Wesley Hall. Sanita Davis will
lead.,.;
7:00-7:30--Open house.
7:30)-Evening worship. "Easter Afterglow." Rev. Donald T1inuner-
nian willspeak.

10: 45-Howard McClusky will give an address on: "time Obligation of
Maturity to Youth."
5:39- Stuident Supper and Fireside Chat. Cynthia Smith will lead a
discussion: on: -"Does the Church Reach tihe Right Peoplef"
8:00-Motion picture service.= Constance Bennett in ".Thme.Goose Hangs
- Highpm

Special Release of Columbia Records
featuring Ted Lewis and Fond and
Glenn, the Lullaby Boys
ALLNE-iDINGER M1USIC SHOP,
305 Maynard 43-45.
TYPEWRITING & IM~tEOGRAPIHING
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.

7:30-Candle Light service.
to all.,

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5:30-Union Student
Paul Nilson,
Ing East"-

Sunday, April 18
Supper of all church studenit groups to hear
of Tarsus, Asia Minor, on: "Youth inl the Chiang-

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