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SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1926 !

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DITRO Tei ATa&
THI'S WE E K
Nizhts - 25cto$1.50
GARRICK Mats. we.25c-75c
TH. CARRICK COMPANY
IN

LEARN TO DANCE
at the
nerrace Garden
Dancing Studio. { 4

ARE YOU A
CRAFTSMAN?

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220 wuerth Arcade Ph

Mone 8328

~~II ww Ducessand Weteach all mode;rn, fancy, hial-
ihe Grd lany tWalte; et and stagedancing. We special-
withkAnn Harding-ROIiQ Peters ize in teaching children.
Open Dailys
The DONSTELLE CO. 10:00 A. M. to 10:00 P. M
Presents WM. FAVERSHAM in~
LADY
Miss Bonastelle as Lay Aiy$ A great many people come j
ostalle Playhousiat S P-75Ci to laugh at us and remain
Woodward at Eliot Tel. Glendale 9792J
CLARA CLEM ENS to laugh with us.
And Distinguished Associates in
"Joan of Arc" Good luck to all of you on
SHUBERT LAFAYETTE your exams.
Tnesday, June 1, at 8:30
'tickets at Box Office-S. $1.50, $1, 75c, 50cU
PNunav. Benefit Women's League BI 3jund RAE .'

Skilled craftsmen with an education i If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimml
are in demand as teachers in voca- !the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
will be charged.
Lional schools. Are you an The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
Arc'liitCtltral IDraftsnhani classify all want ads under appropriate head-
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable
B~tllI copy.
'this column closes at 3 P. Ik date preced-
Barber ing publication. Notice of any error must br
Bricklayer and IPlasterer 1 4ven in timc for the sec.nd insertion.
CASH RATES
S Carpenter Ten cents per reading line (cn the basis oe
E('nriitrive average words to the line) for one or tw(
ectrician 't's **'''rt"*ns.
Nine cents per.reading line for three or morl
*, l'i~t~t(t~r ll~tt1 ? serti >ns.
Machinist Cash classifieds received at the, Daily eitice
n The Press Building on, Maynard Street.
{ Painter iad iDecorator CONTRACt, RATE-S
IJ'ii iber and Stcalt Fitter Secial stndardized Crates given on applics-
S Printer
Sheet Metal Worker {LOI
Stitionary Engineer
LOST-One copy of "The Mind of
Positions in the above crafts and ( John Keats". Would appreciate its
others are open now and in Septem-I return to Tom Sunderland. Phone
6225. I510 Cambridge. 79-$0
ber. Write giving full particulars 6
with reference to age, experience, edu- LOST-Man's topcoat. G. G. C. make
ation and snrv eeted Adresn ILight gray checkered color. Finderl

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LOST-Police dog. Please call 6970.
i ~79-80
LOST-Small cloth coin purse near
engineering arch. Dial 6967. Re-
ward.
LOST-In gymnasium an Illinois.
watch, chain and charm. Rewardf
offered by C. H. Dial 21738.
LOST-Velvet silk belt between Van's
and campus Thursday morning. Re-
tutrn to 1020 S. University or Dial
5938.
WILL the person who picked up notes
and New York Times clippings yes-
terday at corner Church and Hill
please return same promptly to3
James Hart, 2032 Angell Hall?
LOST-A braccelet of rather heavy
burnished silver band with a )bluish
Turquois matrix setting between
Fleur-de-Lis. Lost near campus on
May 7. Reward. Call Arnold at Dial
7217.
FOR SALE 1
FOR SALE-Touring car, mechanical-
ly Al, stop light, spot light, gear
shift lock and other extras. Depuy,
621 S. State.
FOR SALE-Trunk, indestructible
steamer wardrobe; in good condi-
tion. Phone 7039, Scott.
FOR SALE-Bicycle; almost new, at
a bargain. Phone P. M., University
2-J 79-80
FOR SALE-Ford tiuring car, late '23
model. Perfect mechanical condi-
tion. Fou new tires, self starter
+and foot accelerator. Call 7640.
79-SO
FOR SALE-Dining room furhiture,
half price; 5 square or round tables,
each seat six; 20 plain cedar ;chairs.
337 Thompson. Dial 6292.

NOTICE
COLLEGE MEN-
HERE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO,
MAKE BIG MONEY DURING VA-
CATION-SELLING A V A L 0 N
BEACH, ON LAKE ERIE; TO-
LEDO'S FINEST LAKE FRONT
SUMMER COLONY.
WE ARE READY TO START A
GREAT ADVERTISING AND SALES
CAMPAIGN THAT WILL MAKE IT
EASY TO EARN A HANDSOME IN-
COME.
IT IS A HEALTHY OCCUPATION-
ONE THAT WILL GIVE YOU EX-
CELLENT BUSINESS TRAINING
AND MAKE YOU MORE MONEY
THAN YOU COULD EARN ON ANY
ORDINARY JOB. APPLY TO OUR
MR. BELMONT WALTERS, ALLEN-
EL HOTEL., TUESDAY, JUNE 1ST,
12 NOON TO 9 P. M.
REUBEN REALTY CO.
79-801
NOTICE
JOE PARKER'S CAFE
Dancing every night during supper
from 6:30 to 8:00
Private parties our specialty.
Tues, Thurs, Sat., tf.
VICTOR RECORD-"In My Gondola",
by Warings; "Just a Cottage Small",
at Schaeberle and Son Music House.
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I THE hit of the season on Victor Rec-
ord, played by Warings Pennsyl-
vanians-
"In My Gondola"
"Just a Cottage Small"
at Schaaeberie and Son Muslc House.
tf.

NOTICE
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
When your pen fails to work prop-
erly, remember that Rider's Pen Shop
because of its complete equipment
backed by real Pen Make'rs service, it
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
'I'VITMED il It . $35.0
i. IY.. 3rILWARI)D
"? S. State,, over Pratt & Dunn
Tues, Thurs. Sat., tf.
NOTICE--Hats cleaned, shoes repair-
ed. Absolutely te most satisfac-
tory work in town. Pay us a visit.
Washington Shop, 106 E. Washington
Tues, Thurs, Sat., tf.
FOR RENT

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Tahronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Board of Vocational Education, Mad-
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. ison, Wis.

please return to 1127 Church or call
5291. 79-80

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Jionday Afternoon and LD

Day Dance
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The last word for "hot"

FOR SALE-1920 Dort touring; cash
price $15.00; act quickly. Call
Wenger, 5517 at meal timhes.
NOTICE
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Buy your fountain pen ink at Rider's
Pen Shop and you will get REAL fnk,
fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself in the
paper and won't fade or entirely dis-'
appear after it has set when moisture
is applied. Ink substitutes are dang-
erous and spoil your pens.
RIDER'S PEN* SHOP
Pen and Ink Specialists $15 S. State

A. NA811 CO., Golden Rule Talors
Spring Suits ant Topcoats
$2:3.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
SUMIMER IEMPLOYMENT
We have an opportunity for a few
more reliable men for summer employ-
ment. Call 437 Maynard St.
79-SO
NOTICE-Driving to Nebraska after,
Commencement. Room for 2 or 3
passengers. See Howard at9536
Thompson or call 6453. 79-80
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
6535. tu, th. sat.-tt.

ATTENTION SENIOR DENTS
An exceptional opportunity in a new
building with both living and profes-
sional quarters combined, reasonable
rental. T. W. Hillier, 16400 Hamilton
Ave. Highland Park, Mich. Phone
0916. tf
FOR RENT-Two blocks from cam-
pus in private home; large 'room
or entire second floor with bath;
I furnished and light housekeeping
if desired for next year. Box 104.
FOR RENT-Rooms for commence-
ment visitors. 555 So. Division St.
Dial 8072.
FOR RENT-Private furnished resi-
dence, 9 rooms, two baths and lav-
atory, from August 1 or September.
1 for 6 months or one year. Phone
3591.
PARTY FAVORS, noise makers, con-
fetti, and balloons. Special ar-
rangements for fraternities, sorori-
ties and clubs.
B ROWN'S.BOOKSTORE, 210 S.
Main. -tf
FOR RENT-Rooms for summer
school. Price reason4ble. Garage
for rent. 425 S. Division.
77-78-79-80

Dancing Every Niglt except JNonday.

Sunday Jatinee

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street Between State and Division
I. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD B. CHAPMAN, Minister of University Students
9:30-Church Bible School.

ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUEI, M inister.
9:00-German service.
10:00-Bble School.

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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
huron andsDivision Streets
MERLE H. ANJtERSON, Mlnster
LEWIS C. REIMANN M.RS. NELLIE B. CADWELL
Secretaries for Student Work
Orices, tano hail
9:30-Church school.
10:45-Morning worship with sermon by Rev. Howard R. Chapman, D. D.,
on: "Tite Paths to Reli*Ious Confidence."
5:30-A Social Hour that feels like home.
6:30-Young People's Meeting.. Leader, Prof. Howard Y. McClusky;
topic: "Practical Mystilism."

WE HAVE a summer opening for U.
of M. men and women living in the
smaller Michigan communities. The
position we can offer you is not onlyC
profitable but intensely interesting,
irrespective of what college course
you are taking. This work will give
you experience that will aid you in
your collegeĀ° work next year.
Please answer in your own hand
writing, telling where you live and
what University course you are tak-
ing. If satisfactory we will arrange
for a personal interview. J. J. Wil-
liams Co., 3rd floor Stephenson Bldg.
Cass and Boulevard, Detroit, Mich.
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TYPING WANTED - -fbeses, themes
papers, notes, etc., neatly, accurate-
ly and promptly typed. Call Mrs.
Engelhardt. Dial 7275.I
Tues, Thurs, Sat., tf.
An extra pair of pants doubles the
life of your quit, we match any cloth.
M. G. WILD, 109 E. Washington
Tues, Thurs, Sat., tf.
WATCH REPAIRING SERVICE
Not how cheap but How Good at a
Reasonable Price. The Watch Shop
Edward A. Clark, 1121 S. University
tf.
CALL IJS
WE pay best prices for men and wom-
en's used clothes-J. W. WENSON,
224 Detroit St. Dial 21405. i.
IF YOU WANT REAL
cleaning and pressing service at
reasonable- prices
, Dial 7814
CHEER UP WAHL'S. 328 So. Main
tf.

FOR RENT-Nat, newly decoratedm
apartment, private hpme, September
occupancy. No other roomers. -Ad-
dress Box 103. 79-80
FOR RENT-Washtenaw Apts. Three
rooms, kitchenette for rent, June,
July and August. 332 E. Williams
St. Phone 8404, Apt. 110. 79-80
FOR RENT-Immdiately, four-room
apartment, furnished'or unfurnish-
ed. 'Phone 8619. '79-80
FOR RENT-Three light housekeep-
trig rooms, available 15 of June, 119
N. Thayer, Phone 21815. Also single
rooms. 79-80
WANTED
WANTED-A 1926 Michiganensian in
good condition. Phone Bainey-6674.
79=80
WANTED-Theme copying or any oth-
er typewriting. Rates very reason-
able. Willcall for large jobs. Mar-
ion P. Phillipps, Howell,, Mich.
76-77-78-79-80
WANTEaD to rent house, southeast of
campus for sorority of twelve to
fifteen girls. Box 102 Daily.
79-80
STUDENT for summer position. Splen-
did chance to travel; transportation
paid. Salary plus bonus. Call Miss
Krellwitz, 21069 for appointment.
WANTED-Girl for general office
work in an established Real Estate
and Insurance Office. The position
offers excellent opportunities for
advancement and income. Appli-
cant must be good typist and should
have some business experience
-though the latter is not absolutely
essential. Replies will be consider-
ed confidential. Address box 90,
Michigan Daily. tf.
I AM driving through to Stamford,
Conn., on June 8th and have room
for three fellows. Call Sawin.
21357.

14;:30.--Morning worship Sermnon by Mr. Lionel, Crocker.
"Ami+crkA for Me."
12:00-Student Class holds last meeting at Guild House.
5:30-Student Friendship Hour.
6:30-Student Devotional Meeting.

Subject:

11:00-English service.
"TIlhe True God."

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State Street at Huron
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
.C. STELLUORN, Pastor.
9:00-Communion service.
10:30-Sermon. Subject: "Knowin
That We Are Saved."

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10:45
Morning Service
"PATRIOTISM AND PEACE"

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Corner Division and Catherine Streets
TRINITY SUNDAY
8:00 A. M.-holy Communion (followed by breakfast).
9:30 A. M.-Church School at Harris Hall.
11:00 A. M.-MORNING PRAYER AND SERMON BY THE REVEREND
HENRY LEWIS. Subject: "What Is Left to the Churches?",

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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

5 I [ 11:30-Second Communion Service

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Washington Streets.
REV. AiTIIUR W. STALKER Pastor
PONALD TIMMER1AN, MARGARET H. STAIR
Associate Directors of Student Activities
10:30-Pastor's subject: "The Afirmativ'." Senior Sunday.
12:00-12:45-Student Bible Class at Wesley Hall taught by Dr. Stalker.
5:30-Annual Boulevard meeting leaving Wesley Hall. Bernice Foster,
leader. Subject: "The Four Cornlers."
7:30-Wesleyan Guild lecture. Dr. William T. Locke of Hunan, China,
will speak. Subject: "International Brotherhood."

DISCIPLES Church of Christ
Corner Hil and Tappan
KENNETH B. BOWEN, Minister
821 Packard. Phone 5146.
10:30-I Sclholar and a Slave," by
the pastor. Dedicated to the
class of 1926.
12:00-Students class taught by
"Father" Iden. A special wel-
come is extended to all stu-
dents. Hear this student's
friend before leaving.

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First Congregational Church
HERBERT ATCHINSON JUMP, Minister

E. KNOX MITCHELL, Jr., University Pastor
JANET BEROTH, Difector Religious Education
4:00-Students will meet at the'church to go to a fireplace conference
at the home of Prof. and Mrs. Henry Riggs on Barton Hills.
Topic: "Religious Heroes, Past and Present."
8:00-Motion picture service. James Oliver Curwood's story: "Steele
of the Royal Mounted."

"A NIGHT OF LOVE", by Goodrich
Silvertown Orchestra, "Reaching for.
the Moon," on Victor Record at
Schaeberle and Son Music House.
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CASH PAID for Law, Medical, Dental
and Pharmacy books, at-
Biddel's Bookstore. tf'
ATTENTION
Look over my line of samples for
SPRING SUITS
2 pant suits made to measure, $37.50
T. . Lyons, 515 ]. Wilhjals tt
NEW VICTOR RECORD
"Poor Papa"-Jack Smith
"Don't Be a Fool, You Fool"
at Sdhaeberle and Son Music House
Modern Jury Trials
Published by Jennings Co. of New

WANTED-For summer school a well
furnished, closely located apart-
ment or house by married teachers.
References if you desire. Address
Harvey L. Sherwood, Kalamazoo
Central High School.
WANTED-Ford, open or closed; pre-
fer closed; must be in good shape
and reasonable. 6744.
AT, A THS THEATER81 1
Today-Screen
Arcade-"For Heaven's Sake,"
featuring Harold Lloyd.
Majestic - Ibanez' "Torrent,"
with Ricardo Cortez and Gre-
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Monte Blue and
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