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LOST-Green gold wrist watch in-l
itials on back T.-B. R. Valued as
keepsake. Reward. 325 S. Fifth.
Dial 4818, ask for Brow. 97-98-931
LOST-Thursday, bunch of keys in
vicinity of State St. or in Michigaitj
Union. Finder please call 7935, ask
for Carter. 98
FOR RENT-Desirable suite with pri-
vate familyt Rent reasonazble. Dial
21247, 315 Thompson 98
L ONDON. ""HuTOM 10 in vat ions on aAMI
farm near here ha , re"_OtM in the
': discoverv of wlia l 1 yO e to be
the foundations o;' efoumof the
old Roman town of Alana.
:aT YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW. ah h an d
FOR RENT-217 N. Ingalls. Corn-
fortable double large frot room.
Suitable for couple or studants.
Private family. Phone 9277.
LOST-One ski, mahogany color, 7 1-21
ft. long, strand make. Finder please
call 6292 and ask for H. Krave.
LOST-Theta Chi fraternity sister pin
inscribed with name G. Reid, Delta
'26. Call Walthour, 3818. 98-99-1
ANNIVERSARY WEEK at ElsonC
Beauty Shop. Starting Janury 18..
Shampoo and Marcel, $1.50 with a
lemon rinse free. Marcel 75 cents.
Elson Beauty Shop,
321 S. Main, Phone 4404.1
SCHAEJERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St.
The popular place for all kinds of
musical instruments. It _pays to
trade here. th4 f., sat., tf.
FOR SALE OR RET }
Fraternity, Sorority, or League
house. This house is now occupied
by Fraternity. Ideally located two
blocks from campus on Hill St. sec-
tion, 17 rooms, dormitory, two show-
ers, large living, dining room and
lot. Reasoaole in price with small
payment down. Call 3224.
TRY 'OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain WaterI
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beuty Parlor, 1110 .l
University, side entrance. Phone
5535. tu, th, sat.-tf.
NOTICE-The Washington Club will
hold a home made jelly sale in en-
trance to Goodyear's store, Satur-
day, Feb. 13. 97-98.
WHEN ITS any thing in Music or
Musical Instruments see Schaeberle
& Son, 110 S. Main St. tf.
NEW VICTOR Record releases every
Friday. You'll always find the lat-
est and best on Victor Records.
Schaeberle & Son, 110 . Main St.
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D.. MORILL
17 Nickels Arcade,
TheI Typewriter & Stationery Storej
Daer: L. C. Smith & Corona I
DON T order that spring suit until
you have seen what I have in two
pant suits at $7.50. All the new
slkdes and weaves, made to yourj
measure. T. B. Lyons, Williams I
St at Maynard. 95-9697-98-99.
Arnol&' State St ;reeler
is now carrying a complete line of
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 g State St. tf.
TYPEWRITING & 1IIMEOGRAPHI1O
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
0. D.' MORRILL, I
FOR RENT-Two rooms with dor~mi-
tory, very reasonable. 806 Sybil St.
Dial 8565. 96-97-98.
t WID ~m. .-ur, Tnrr - r sge oo ,42
Cross St. Dial 8453. 96-97-9~
FOR RENT-At cut prices, one single
I room at three dollars, one room for
two at $2.50 'each, one large room.
for two at $3.50 each. Steam heat,
fplenty of hot and cold water, near
campus. 337 Thompson. 96-97-98.1
I FOR RENT-Room for one or two
male students, near the campus.s
719 Oakland. Phone 7723. 97-98.
FOR RENT-Single room, steam hieat:,
hot water at all times. 311 Thomp
FOR RENT-i block from campus,1
suite and 1 single room, steam
heated, for men students. 820 E.
FOR RENT-One suite and one single
1room, well heated, reasonable. 615
111Church St. Phone 9720, 1 block
fromn campus. 97-98'
FOR RENT-Nice warm room, fur-
nished, for one or two students.1
Dial 9135. Rent reasonable.I
FOR RENT-Suite, two offices, State!
+Street section. Dial 4931. th-sat-tf.
FOR SALE,-Tuxedo and trousers,
size 39, worn twice, $15.. Call 1151
N. Halmilton, 'psi, or phone 265. I
FOR SALE-Christian Science Moni-
tor at Students Supply Store. 1111j
S. University. 98-99,
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION I1O3.j
Classes No w Forltingr
f of Great Praictical and
State at William Streetsl
By getting one of our
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We have all kinds and aselection that
will delight you. The prices are, of course
reasonable, ranging from $3 to $25. You
should have sheepskin slippers, also a
laundry bag for your room. t
For Skiing, Coasting, Skating, we can furnish, yoiu7 with'
the necessary outdoor clothing, for ladies tor mei"-
SkatingBrehsLatr Jackets and Blouses (all
kinds)., Blanket Shirts, Corduroy Coats, Skaing. ,Shoes,
Heavy Wool Socks, Mittens, Gloves, Sweaters., He1-)".
mets, High-Top and Moccasin Pack Shoes, .all at lowest,
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Washington Streets.
REV. ARTHUR IV. STALKER, Pastor
DONALD TINiMERMlAN, MARG~ARET IH. STAIR
Associate Directors of Student Activities
10:30-Pastor's subject: "Thre Grace of Jesw-."
12:00-12:45-Bible classes at Wesley Hall led by IDr. Stalker, Margaret
Stair and Don Timmerman.
6:00-7:00-AWesleyan Guild devotional meeting at Wesley Hall, Benlja-
min DeGraff, leader. Subject: "',iicBear( of Thal Subject."
7 :30-University service, Hill Auditorium. Speaker, Miss Jane Addams
of Hull House, Chicago.
DISCIPLES Church of ChristO'
Corner Hill and Tappan
RE-N ET11 . BOWEN, Minister
821 1Packard. LPlione 5146.
10 :3 0-mornin worship. "fu~ibro.
lien l'i1tiouts," by the pastor.
1:~00-1Bible School. Students'
as ught by Father Iden.
3o-Students' Social Hlour and
inn eb .
u.: :I---SW(1e:)ts' Forum. Topic:
"Chis". amut Christianity."
:30--Miss JIane Addams in Hill
Villiauin ands Thollipsoll
8:00 and 10:00 o'clock.
Rev. M. P. Bourke, Chaplain
The $Typewriter & Stationery Storej
WANTED-Male student' who has'
some spare time and is working his
way througji school. Prominent in
Campus Activities-preferably an!
athlete. Write us giving informa-
tion about yourself and telephone?
number. All correspondence confi-
dential. Write Box 56 Michigan
WANTED-Single room in quiet
thomie. Call Rosenthal, 6581. 97-98
WAV.NTED-Organizer for European
Mlarks, 915 Sybil. 1-3.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street Between State and Division
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, Mtinister of University Students
1:30-Morning worship and sermon. Mir. Sayles speaks on ".BuyI.hVe
ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
Third antd West Ituron Streets
C. A. BRATTER, MIster.
0):0(0-Sermon in German.
1(0:00 A. M.-Bible Class for adults.
11:0(0 A. Al.-Regular service. Ser-
mon subject: "Ill Last Jour.
:30-7: 30-Student Social Flour,
I ,>rand (discussion.
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Av-e.
E. C. STELI HORYV, Pastor.
9:00 A. M.-Bible Study Hour,
10:30 A. M.-Mor~ing service with
sermon by 'the pastor on:
"Our Father i Heaiven."
5:30 P. M. -Student fellowship
6:30---Student Forum. Floyd W'in-
ner and Charles Gustafsof
will give reports on "1The
Ohio Talley R~gio nal Conifer-
12:00--Sunday school. Dr. Bunting,
classes meet at Guild House.
sup~erintendcent. Tiwo st udent
Dr. W aterman and Mr. Chxap-
WANTED-Girl student to earn room
and board in private family, easy
,work.. Phone 5409. 97-98-99
WANTED-Individuals who should
like to earn a good commission so-
liciting orders for Encyclopaediaj
Britannica, communicate with
travel groups. Call 22251., 1-2
5:00-High School S. Y. P. U. at church.
5:30-Young People's Guild friendship hour at; Guild hIouse.
6: 30-Devotional meeting. "Thle lKin(I of (Iturelt I Like." 11I. C. WVil-
. lans, '25, leader.
WANTED-Upperclass or, graduate'
girls to eat with small group at 816
1"ast Washington St. 98-99-1-2
WANT-ED-Engineeriflg student de-1
sires ro~ommate. 523 E. WashingtonI
Call 6322. 98-99.1
FOR RENT-Single room, with steam 1
Corner Division and Catherine Streets
HENRY LEWIS, Rector
H. L. LONSDALE, Associate
'MRS. F. W. PETERSON, Student Secretary
A .fsss A Af --- .1. ( t"0 11i111111 3 1
PRST CHURCH OF
409 Soutli Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
11:45 A. M.-Sunday School fol-
lowing the morning service.
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. Between William and
G. A. Neumiann. Pastor.