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SATURDAY, INTAY S, 1926

THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

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S A T U D A Y M A Y 8, 926 H E I C H I A N A I L

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HOFFREFUSES TO
COMPETE iN WEST
(By Associated Press)
PASADENA, Calif., May 7.-Charlie
hoff tonight was still riding the "char-
lie horse" in his shoulder as his main
reason for refusing to compete with
his vaulting pole in the meet at San
Francisco tomorrow.
The threat received by telegraph
from the A. A. U. that if he did not
go to San Francisco he would be bar-
red from further competition in this
country, had up until this evening
failed to jolt Hoff.
The Norwegian said he was not in
physical condition to compete in the
Golden Gate meet. T
"I am not going to San Francisco.
I stated my side of the case in a tele-
gram to New York day before yester-
day and I prefer not to answer ques-
tions at this time as to my proposed
appearance in Los Angeles May 15,"
was the substance of his remarks.
GENE TUNINEY REFUS
CHANCEl AT CHAMPION'
(By Associated Press),
NEW YORK, May 7.-Gene Tunney's
claim to recognition as the leading
heavyweight contender received a set-
back today when the state athletic
commission refused to accept his
formal challenge for a title match with
Jack Dempsey on the grounds that
Harry Wills has prior claim.
Nevertheless, the attempt by rep-
resentatives of Tunney to file the
challenge is interpreted as another
move in Tex Rickard's campaign toI
displace Wills in favor of Tunney as;
an opponent for Dempsey in a title
bout in September.
A blanket challenge in Tunney's be-
half for a bout with any other leadingI
heavyweight contender, but prefer-,
ably Wills, may. be filed next week,.
his representative said.

Tim McNamara Gets hi 4pFrOigatt L M
SLea Life f I IFOR SALE--Leitz Microscope with
L ease On --a air b rr i oil immersion. Call 6195.
i ~60-61-62.

NOTICE
VICCTOR Record "Say it Again" "Lets
Talk About My Sweetie" by Russo
Oriole Orchestra, at Schaeberle and

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If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie Son, Music House. tf.
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad --______H_ se.tf
Adl becharged.ia Vwadyu ata Ol SALE-Large and small cottages-
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to ready furnished. Very cheap if An extra pair of pants doubles the
S assify andll want ads uwithhold apprjectionable taken at once. Call 21414. life of your suit, we match any cloth.
CQbPY.e n 60-61-62. M. G. WILD, 109 E. Washington
This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced- Tues, Thurs, Sat., tf.
ing publication. Notice o any error must be TuTIr, ,
given in time for the second insertion. s 1OlR SALE-House, 22 rooms, good
CASH RATES condition, corner lot. North State NOTICE
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of Street, four blOcks from campus, JOE PARKER'S CAFE
Ifive average words to the line) for one or tw,, Srefuolc
ivsertio)r, oil burner, steam heat, laundry out- Dancing every night during supper
Nine cents per reading line for three or more fit, 1-2 ton ice box. Can be used as from 6:30 to 8:00
insertions. t .faent rroighue e Private parties our specialty.
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office a Tratednity or rooming house. See Tues, Thur, Sat., tf.
in The Press Building on Maynard Street. owner. P. 0. Box 208.
CONTRACT RATES G1-62-63-64-65-66-67-68-691. A. 1iASv CO., Golden Rule Tailors
g Special standardized rates given on appia- Spring Its 'and Topcoats
tion._ FOR SALE--Chevrolet touring,$3 god
LOST condition, four good tires, $30. Call Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed!
Greil, 22372. 62-63. Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
ILOST-Waltham, hunting case, gold
watch with U. M. Fob, near corner of FOR SALE-Ford Sedan, $75. Also 2 NOTICE-High grade clothes, custom
Thompson and Williams. Phone Ford Touirings, cheap. Call 6957. tailored, latest styles, perfect fit,
6961. Ed. Peterman. 62-63-64. $40 and up. C. T. Doukas, 1319 S.
University. tf.
LOST-Ladies Red and black mottled FOR SALE-Architects' May party University.______
Waterman fountain nen.. Dial 4326. ticket for sale. Dial 8117, call LOCKSMITH
62-63-64.! Marteel, 2107 Washtenaw. 621 All kinds of trunk, door keys
N -MR. KELLER

USED CAR SALE

RELIABLE

1;25 FORD COUPE
1924 FORD TUDOR

USED

CARS

1924 FORD ROADSTER
1924 FORD SPORT ROADSTER

Tim McNamara, who failed to come
through with the Boston Braves, is
being given a chance to come through
by Manager John McGraw of the New
York Giants who believes the Boston-
ian has plenty of "stuff" but ha:; nev-
er had a chance to show it.
Last season with the Braves, Me-
Namara failed to win a single vic-
tory.
formances this year, which have not
been eXperienced by Crimson e s n

FOR SALE
TIHAT cute little blue torpedo speed-
ster you've seen around the campus
is for save. If you have been look-
ing for a car with pep and individ-
uality at less than the cost of an
ordinary Ford-this is the one. Drop.
around and give it the once over.!
Buss Thurnau, 621 S. State St. Dial
7517. 60-61-62.
I PAY I
BEST PR ICES '
For 1lten's Used Clothing.
Phone 4310 115 W. Washington
H. BENJAMIN
TAILORING,
The Highest Grade ofj
Workmanship in
CLEANING
PRESSING
REPAIRING
Remodeling a Specialty.
LOUIS LINEMANN
802 S. State St. Phonie 7996

!_NOTICE _ _ Phone 7325 1210 W. Huron
ATTENTION Iu:
Look over my line of samples for NOTICE-Hats cleaned, shoes repair-
SPRING SUITS ed. Absolutely the most satisfac-
2 pant suits made to measure, $37.4IO tory work in town. Pay us a visit.
T .B. Lyons, 515 E. Williams tf Washington Shop, 106 E. Washington
Tues, Thurs, Sat., tf.j
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.--Adv. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

1918 BUICK TOURING ..

123.00

1923 CHEVROLET SEDAN ...$225.00
1924 DODGE SEDAN.......... 550.00

1921 PAIGE SPORT l
1922 BUICK TOURING
1924 Buick 4 TOURING.
1923 PEERLESS TOURING
1922 WILLYS KNIGITT TOURING

How Did
Your Garters
Look
This Morning?

1925 ESSEX COACH
1924 HUDSON COAh

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in recent years. Coach ,,,Hayes' aggre-
HOOSIER TRACKMEN TO i gation turned in two second places and
MEET KENTUCKY TODAY ja third in the Drake relay carnival.f
Indiana univirsity's track team has First release of tickets for the West-
scheduled the University of Kentucky tern Conference track meet has al--
for their opening outdoor meet to be ready been made by the University of
held today. Iowa, where the meet will be held.
The Indiana trackmen started the1
season with several unexpected per- Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

No More
Skidding Garters!
AGRIPPA -WEB makes garters act in an
entirely new way--and only in Bostons can
this web be had. Even when worn very loose
it will not slip. It cannot curl and yet it is
remarkably soft and light. Here in fact is a
practical, comfortable, ventilated-web garter.
In ,many pleasing colors, 50c the pair.

R. H. ALBER
206 W. Huron St.
Dodge Brotlers Motor Cars

Many others to choose from. Every

one priced to sell.

GEORGE VOST COMPANY
MAKERS
BOSTON

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A. M. GRAVES

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street Between State and Division
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, Minister of University Students
9:30-Church Bible school. Dr. R. W. Bunting, superintendent.
10:30-Morning worship. Mr. Sayles will preach. "Mother's Day."
12:00-Student groups meet at Guild House.
5:00-Special social hour for mothers who are in the city.
6:30-Devotional meeting. Topic: "Permanent Values from the Fresh-
inan Year." Clyde Stone, Eleanor Coryell, Harry Mitchell and
Margaret Stearns will speak.

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ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUER, Minister..
9:00-German service.
10:00-Bible study.
11:00-English service. Sermon
subject: "How to Overcome
the Impediments of Prayer."
5:30-Students Social Hour and
supper at the parsonage.
6;30-Discussion led by Arnold
Garde. Subject: "Spirits."
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor.
9:00-Bible school.
10:30-Mother's Day service. Sub
ject: "Forget-Me-Nots."
5:30-Student fellowship and sup-
per.
6:30-Student Forum. Prof. Rum
ming of the Engineering Col-
lege will lead the discussion.

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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Streets
MERLE H. ANDERSON, Mlinster
LEWIS C. REIMANN MRS. NELLIE B. CADWELL
Secretaries for Student Work
Offices, Lane Hall
9:30-Church school.
10:45-Mother's*Day. Morning worship with sermon on: "Is Mother a
Back Number?"-a discussion of the relations between young
people and the older generation.
12:00-Student classes led by Mrs. Cadwell and Howard McClusky.
5:30-A Social Hour that feels like home.
6:30-Young People's Meeting. Public installation of new cabinet by
Dr. Anderson, and Sacrament of the Lord's Supper admin-
istered to the Young People's Society.

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State Street at Huron
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
10:45
Morning Sermon
"PR;G~RE --TilE MEDIEVAL AND TIHE MODERN
CONCEPTION"
5:30
Union Supper. Young people and the church.
6:30
Professor Z. C. Dickinson will discuss:
"IF ME N ARE MACHINES-"

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Corner Division and Catherine Streets
FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.

NOTICE
TYPING WANTED -fbeses, themes
papers, notes, etc., neatly, accurate-
ly and promptly typed. Call Mrs.
Engelhardt. Dial 7275.
Tues, Thurs, Sat., tf.
NOTICE-College men desiring sum-
mer employment on guaranteed sal-
ary, call 437 Maynard. Phone 4302.
62.
SUMMER WORK
We are desirous of obtaining five
men who have had some sales ex-
perience to represent; us in our
Michigan branch offices. One man
for Ann Arbor. This is not a real
Estate, book or bond proposition.
See Mr. Sanborn at Michigan U.
62-63-64.
WATCH REPAIRING SERVICE
Not how cheap but How Good at a
Reasonable Price. The Watch Shop
Edward A. Clark, 1121 S. University
tf.
IF YOU VWANI REAL
cleaning and pressing service at
reasonable prices
Dial 7814
CHEER UP WAHL'S, 828 So. Main
tf.
DON'T miss having Victor Record
"Billy Boy" by Frank Crumit, at-
Schaeberle and Son Music House. tf.
SUMMER Work for advanced student;
refined, pleasant, healthy work. $210
for 60 days. Write Dept. "G", Gen-
eral Necessities Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
61-62-63.
To Start My New
FIVE YEAR LEASE
I am having a
FIVE DAY SALE
May 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
20 per c n] Discount on all Watches
A. F. Clarke, 1121 S. University
tf.
PARTY FAVORS, noise makers, ser-
pentines, confetti, crepe hats and
balloons. Special arrangements for
fraternities, sororities and clubs.
BROWN'S BOOKSTORE, 210 S.
Main. tf

332 E. Washington St.

Phone 7414

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9:30 A. M.-Student Inquiry Class (old chapel).
11:00 A. M.-MORNLNG PRAYER AND SERMON BY THE REVEREND
HENRY LEWIS.
6:00 P. M.-Musicale and Student Supper. Speaker, Mr. Frederick A.
Bradford.

61-62
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Modern six room house;
furnished. One half block from the
campus. From June 1st to Septem-
ber 15. 438 Maynard. Dial 3469.
61-62-63.
FOR RENT-Washtenaw apartments,
three rooms and bath apartment, 1st
floor,completelyefurnished. Will
sell furnishings -very cheap. All
new. Dial 8404. 61-62-63.
FOR RENT-Two newly furnished
rooms, with board if desired. 351
Beakes St. Dial 7697. 60-61-62.
FOR RENT-Business store on Main
St. between Washington and Huron
Sts. Excellent location. Call 21414.
60-61-62.
WANTED
WANTED--Girls with selling experi-
nce to assist from 11 to 1 o'clock
daily. Apply office, second floor,
Mack & Co. tf.
WANTED.-Experienced saleswomen
from 11 to 2 daily. Mack and, Co.
tf.
WANTED-Small furnished house or
apartment by summer faculty mem-
ber for summer session. Must have
two bedrooms. Box 81. Michigan
Daily. -59-60-61-62-63
WANTED-Two or three rooms or
apartment, preferablS, in private
home, for two men. Call Light 7417.
59-60-61-62-63.
WANTED-Second hand Ford touring
car. 7069. 61-62-63.
WANTED-Experienced cook, sorority
house, for fall. References requir-
ed. Box 82. 60-61-62.
WANTED--For next school year two
or three rooms, preferably in priv-
ate home,, or apartment for two
men. Dial Mr. Light, 7417. 60-61-62

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Washington Streets.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, Pastor
DONALD TIMMERMAN, MARGARET H. S'TAIR
Associate Directors of Student Activities
10:30-Pastor's subject: "Mother."
12:00-12:45---Student Bible Classes led by Dr. Stalker.
6:00-7:00---Wesleyan Guild meeting at Wesley Hall, led by Margaret
Stair.
7:00-7:30-Open house and light refreshments.

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DISCIPLES Church of Christ
Corner Hill and Tappan
KENNETH B. BOWEN, Minister
821 Packard. Phone 5146.
10:30-Mothers Day. "A Mother's
Meditations."
12:00-Bible School. Student class
taught by Father Iden.
5:30-Students Social Hour and
lunch.
6:30-Students Forum.

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First Congregational Church
HERBERT ATCHINSON JUMP, Minister
E. KNOX MITCHELL, Jr., University Pastor
JANET BEROTH, Director Religious Education
5:30-Student Supper and Fireside Chat. Mother's Day program. Mrs.
Hackley Butler will talk on: "Parents and Children Today."
8:00-Illustrated lecture sermon by Mr. Jump on "Mexico, the Miracle
Nation." "Tue Peon Goes to School."

7:30--Evening worship. Rev. Donald Timmerman will preach.
ject : "Alf bis."

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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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Bethlehem Evangelical Church
(EvanwellnalS vnn df North Aniere

TRY AR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Spcial prices onnall nnnintmtnfa_

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