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SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1,926

THE MICHI!GAN DAILY

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ATfl liT n rri1 League ma Pti 9, Kappa Delta Rtho 3. ofieyetra afternoonmust be played at this te unless ar-
ItEIII . H. i . - rangements are made at the ita-
T o UChicago 4.... 000 000 102-3 12 0 Hlorseshios Tennis mural office.
mlChicago-Lyons, Connally and! shoe tournament will beC heldi open been played last week have been post- LIEGE, Belgium.-Commnilsts at-
ToL ch alk. !until Wednesday, according to an an- poned until this week-end on acount ocked Fascists after a fascist meet-
S . TO, 'IU5 I VCleveland-Snith and L. Sowell. K ouncement ma de at the intramural of weather conditions,hbut nitches Iug hee recently.
ST. LOUIS, April 30.-The St. Louis WRhi.tnI0000.10- E. 3
Browns kept up their record of fail-!NwYr 0 0 o~71
Ne ok. 0 0 0- 00%ing to win two games in a row, los- i'Wasinigton-Coveleskie, Maberry I \\
ipg to the Detroit Tigers today in tire and Tate.
second game of the series, 7-6. The New York-Shocker and Colins.
Tigers batted Dixie Davis off the -~LCE.
mound early in the second inning, and R .F.
Giard was dismissed from the gameI Boston...... 000 000 002-2 5 1 1=t
in the sixth when he protested TTm- Philadelphia 201 200 00*-5 9 1 i - .. ..
,ire Rowland's decisions in calling i Boston-Elimke and Gaston. -
balls and strikes. Philadelphia-Gray and Cochrane. W r - o h oua
T'he Tigers were again forced to We are ead squnarte s ho most gr
play with a rather crippled line-up, ,~- menu on the andmaeu gsyle
but the playing of Ty Cobb in center. capshoig a n
field greatly strengthened the team. ~IKJ U 'LL hC . LVEas
The team got off to a fast star thby ; Lons K AKI.rans
scoring three runs in tire first inning, J-. arn n 1 fo aismn-n
but the St. Louis nine knotted the ~ n oos osgrs
count and added an extra. run in the ,:u wl ntrs
fifth. Detroit's three runs in the BaThseball Ou prices wl neetyou.
sixth, and one in the eighth clinched The results of the interfi atei nity
the game. I' baseball league ar e as follows: Phi
William and Sisler of the losers hit #Kappa Tau 2 Tau Kappa Epsilon 0; loCaeete GbresanIocasfo
home runs, while the St. Louis team Phi Kappa Sigma 11, Delta Sigma Pi -
accounted for 12 hits against 10 for 11 Phi Sigma Delta 18 Theta Kappa- $1 5.00© up.
Detroit. Psi ; Sigma Alpha Mu 7, Theta Kappa
The score: R. H. E,.INu, 0; Phi Lambda Kappa 9, Chi Phi
Detroit...... 300 003 010-7 101 1 0; Xi Psi Phi 10, Alpha Kappa Lambda
St. Louis ... 120 010 020-6 12 115; Theta Chi 14, Delta Upsilon 4; Sig-
Detroit-Johns, Dauss, and Bassler. ~*
St. Louis-Davis, G iar, Wingard, I __UDE__L_9__H_9__R________
and Schang.
National League . l ri ~~rI sI a large assortment ingryadtnfrlieadmn
R. H. L ryadta o aie n e

If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
will be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all want ads under appropriate head
ings and, to revise or withhold objectionable
Tis column closes at 3 P. At. 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 thrta. or more{
insertions.
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office
inTePress Building on Maynard Street.
in he CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applica-
tion. -
LOST
ILOST-Small tan pocket purse Wed-
nesday night, near Mimes Theatre.,
Reward. Phone 3864. 55-56-57
LOST-Rider's Masterpen. Namve on
barrel. Reward. Phone 4618.
54-55-56.

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REILIAI3LE;

USED

C'ARlS

1925 FORD COUPE~
Wire wheels, bumpqrs, special head
lights, heater, motor in perfect con-
dition. Price is right. SEE IT
NOW!

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LOST-A purse on Vollanll or Four-
teenth St. Call 6916. After 5 p. mn. - -
call 6045. 54-55-56. 1923 FORD COUPE
LOST - In Angell Hall, a small
purse andi pair of gloves. Call
21069. Reward. 56-57-58. . Tires new, mote
f.
NOTICE finish very good.

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A-1 condition.

Philadelphia 100 020 00U1-4 10 2
Brooklyn ... 200 110 04*-~8 11 4
Philadelphia-Pierce,. Mann and
Nilson.
Brooklyn-Grimes and H-argreaves.
R. H. E.
]Cincinnati .. 100 000 V30- 4 7 2~
'p<'ittsbuirgh. 020 0111 18*-13 17 1 3
Cincinnati-Mays, Day, and Picinich.
Pittsburgh-Meadows and Smith.
R. H. E..i
New York 100 000 300 0-4 8 5
Boston ;.. 100 002 001 1-5 12 1
New York-McQuillani, Fitzimmons,
and Snyder.{
Boston--Genewich, Wertz and Sie-
mner.
R. H. E.i
-St. Louis .220 002 300 00- 9 13 01
Chicago .010 400 022 01-10 18 2
KSt. Louis-Sothoron, Rheinliart and
O'Farrell.
Chicago-Blake, Bush, Jones and
Hartnett.

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Blouses, Blazers and Sport Coats in popular patterns.

Our prices arc as

The Luxenberg Sack
Suit has wvon its Wvide-
spread popularity
among college men
through -strict a dher-
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popular as our jackets.
Breeches, Hiking Shoes, Puttees, M1.ocassin Packs, Officers Dress and
Army Shoes, Shirts, Socks, Sport Hose and all needs for out-of-doors.
Coverall Suits, Shop and Lab. Coats, Laundry Bags, Blankets, Folding
Cots, Stools, Camp Grids, Tents and all camp equipment.
Surp-lusSu ppilieStore,

NOTICE-H-igh grade clothes, custom
tailored, latest styles, perfect fit,
T40 and up. C. T. Doukas, 1319 S.
Univesity. tf.
TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S.
University, side entrance. Phone
5535. tu, th, sat:-tf.
PIANO TUNING-By The Concert Ar-
tist Piano Tuner. Your Piano tun-
ing solicited. Costs no more than ;
others. Dial 6776. Victor Allmen-j
dinger, Office at Res., 901 Granger.l
Not with any music house.
52-53-54-55-56-57.
A. NASH CO., (Golden Rule Tailors
Spring Suits and Topcoats
$23.001
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.

1924 CHEVROLET SEDAN
Mileage very low, tires very good,
lots of extras.
Terms 1kf desired
j RB. 11. ALBER
206 W. Huron Street

Next Shoving lit
Osear's Place
111 South University
Friday and Saturday
M~iay 7th anid 8th
INat LUXENBERG &i Bro.
37 Unioni Square, New York~
Jees'een 16th 17th St s.

A SPECIAL
TAILORED SUIT, $35.00
M. W. M~ILW ARD
332 S. State, over Pratt' & Duin
Tues, Thurs, Sat.,

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Downtown in rear of Postoffice

213 North Fourth Ave.

D~odge Brothers Mo1tor Cars

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street Between State and Division
R,. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, Minister of University Students
9:30 A. M.-The church Sunday School meets. Dr. Bunting, superin-
tendent.
10:30 A. M.-Worship. Mr. Sayles will speak on: "The Divine Love."
12:00 M.-Student classes meet at Guild House. Dr. Waterman, Mr.
Chapman, Instructors.
5:30 P. M.-Students meet at Guild House for social time, then go in
a body to Presbyterian church for joint meeting to discuss
the topic of: "'What About the Union of the Churches I" L. C.
Reimann will speak.

ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Mfissouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUJER, Minister.
9:00 A. M.-German service.
10:00 A. M.-Bible study.
11:00 A. M.-English service. Ser-
mon subject: "Clirist's Prayer
for Ills Church."
5:30 P. M.-Students social hour
and supper at the parsonage.
6:30 P. M.-Raja Howrani of Syria
will speak on conditions in
his country.

FIRST PRE4SBYTERIAN CURCH
Huron and Division Streets
MERLE H. ANDERSON, Minster
LKWIS C. REMAlNN MS NELLIE B. CAD WELL
Secretaries for} Student Work'
'Ofces, Lane Hal
9:30-Church Bible School. Classes for all ages.
10:45-Morning worship. Sermon by Dr. Anderson on: "Thme Kind of
a' XAn SHE Wants."..
12:00-Student classes led by Mrs. Cadwell and Howard McClusky.
3:30-Junior Christian Endeavor Society.
5:30-A Social Hlour that is Real.
6:30-Interchurch Young People's Society meeting. Topic: "Church
Union." Leader, Mr. Lewis C. Reimann.

Custodian in Zoology:
The'department seeks a custodian to
take charge of its dispensing room,,
and to order and care for apparatus,
mnaterials and preparations. Skill
in making' zoological preparations
and simple chemical mixtures, and
orderly business habits are neces-
sary.' While university training is
'desirable;, experience' in similar
work may take its place. Permanent
full time position. Application
should be made in person or by let-
ter to George R. Lea Rue, Room 449
Natural Science Building. 49-52-56
WATCH REPAIRING SERVICE
Not how 'cheap but How Good at a
Reasonable Price. The Watd~h Shop
Edward A. Clark, 1121 S. University
VICCTOR, Record "Say it Again" "Lets
Talk About My Sweetie" by Russo
Oriole Orchestra, at Schaeberle and
Son, Music'House. tf.
ATTENTION
Look over my flue of samples for
SPRCING SUITS
2 lpamt suits made to measure, $37.50
T:.% .Lyons, 65 1R.-Williams" tf
An extra pair of pants doubles the
life of your suit, we match any cloth.
Tues, Tus a. f
ceaninc ring eeyngtdng suer
IF' YOU WANT MEAL
reasonable prices
Dial 7814
ICHEER UIP WAILL'S, 328 So. Main
Boy"by Fank rumtf.
DON'T mifs having Victor Record
"Billy By yFakCuiat-
Schaeberte and Son Music House. tf.
NOTICE-College men interested in
summer employment interview in
room '431 Michigan Union until
Thursday, May 6. 987 men had avy-
erage earnings of $61.63 per week
during summer of 1925.. Not "a can-
55-56-57-58-59-60

NOTICE-Hats cleaned, shoes repair-
ed. Absolutely the most satisfac-
tory work in town. Pay us. a -visit.
Washington Shop, 106 E. -Washington
Tues, Thurs, Sat.,; tf.
WANTED
WANTED-Barber for Saturday work.
Apply 108 E. Washington. Phone
8616. 54-55-56.
WANTED-Girls with selling experi.
nce' to assist from 11 to 1 o'clock
daily. Apply office, second floor,
Mack & Co.- tf.
WANTED-College students for sum-
mer months, handling school guide
in salesfield; healthy, enjoyable, re-
fined positions; $245 for 70 days;
$210 for 60 days. Phone Miss M.
Krelleirtz, 21069 for appointment aft-
er 5 p. m. 56-57-58.
WANTED-Gear shift roadster In good
condition to rent until end of se-
mester. Generous terms.- Phone
7472. 56.
FO1U RENT
FOR RENT-Furnished suite with
lavatory on lower floor. Suitable
for man and wife .. Dial 9461.
54-55-56.
I OR RENT-Washtenaw Apts. 3
rooms and bath for suumumer
months. Inquire 332, E. Williams,
.Apt. 210, Phone 21769. 54-55-56.
FOR RENT--Costumes- for. rent-and
made to' order. Mrs. Spaulding.
115 1-2 East Liberty St. 55-56-57-58
FOR RENT--Attractive large suite in
Lau- house.° Newly -decorated.
Five windows. 1020S5. University.
Phone 5938. 54-55-56.
F9R RENT-Near, campus,: cozy threej
room apartment with' bath, furnished
or. unfurnished, June 1st. Call
Robbins,, 4772. 53-54=55-56-57-58.
FOR RENT-3 room furnished apart-
ment, for light housekeeping, priv-
ate entrance, for: summer, and pres-
ent school year. 510 Benjamin.
Phone4974. 55-56-5.7.

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UNITARIAN CHURCH~
State Street at Ihuron
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.

E. C. STrMLORN, Pastor.

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10:45
Morning Sermon
"STANDIARIlZER OF THlE RELIGION

Corner Division and Catherine Streets
FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER
8:00 A. M.--Holy Communion (followed by breakfast).
9:30 A. M.-Student Inquiry Class in the Old Chapel.
11:00 A. M.-HOLY COMMUNION AND SERMON BY TiHE REVEREND
HENRY LE WIS.
4:00 P. M.-Meeting of the E. Y. P. A.

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9:00-Bible school.
10:30-Service with sermon.
ject: "Tile Sacranments
Their Purpose."

5:45
Student Supper
6:30
Professor Leroy Waterman will discuss:
"RELIGION IN LIFE"

Sub
and

5:30-Student fellowship and sup
per.

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6:30-Student Forum.
hour.

Discus~sion

6:00 P. M.-Alusicale and Supper for Students.

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Washiington Streets.
REY. ARTHUR 4Y. STAKER, Pastor
DONALD TIIERMAY, 3MARGARET H. STIAIR
Associate Directors of Student Activities
10 :30-Pastoi's subject: "Jesus-tile Radical."
-12: 00--Nooin. Student Bible Classes at Wesley YHall.
6:00--Election of officem s.
6: 30-Interdeniominationlal meeting at the Presbyterian church.
7 : ,;0-Evening worship. Subject: "Surrender."

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DISCIPLES Church of Christ
Corner Hill1 and Tappan
KENNETH E. JROWEN, Minister
821 Packard. Phone 5148.
10 :30-"Th'ae Lure of IProtliiic Rei-"
gion."
12:00-Bible school. Special stu
dents' class taught by Father
I den.
No evening service.

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First Congregational Church
HERBERT"-ATCIIINSON JUMNP, Minister
E. KNOX MITCHIELL, Jr., VJnhvers ty Pastor
}ANET BEROTHDirector Religious Education
10 :45-Service of worship. Sermon by Mr. Jump. "T.Ie Art of Letting
Go."
5:30-Student supper. Then all go to the Presbyterian church for
union student meeting to discuss: "Church Uiny:'"
8:00'--vnn picture service. Illustrated lecture. Sernmon' by Mer.
-Jump on: ".Wexico, the 3Miracle Nation."

WARDROBE TAILORS
Suits to order, $23.50 and up
Suits cleaned and ~presed, $1.00
pressed 35c
Delivery service
Phone 3242 200 E. Huron

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.Arnold's State St. Teweler
is now carrying a complete line of
fountain' pens-all makes, all prices.
Whatever type" you may need, come in
and see iis,'we can satisfy you,
Anoids State St.. Ieweler
302 S 'State St. tf.
NOTICE-Coat picked up by mistake
in History 46 quiz, Wednesday.

FOR RENT-3 furnished rooms °$35
per month. New and desirable
home. 313 Pauline St. 'Phone 6359.
55-56-57.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Beaver coat, racoon col-
lar and cuffs, very good condition.
Will sell at a sacrifice. Call 3010
after seve.
- 51-52-53-54-55-5s
FOR_ SALE--Ford touring and Ford
speedster for sole cheap. Call 6957.
56-57-58.

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