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SATURDAY, NUVERB R 6,19-26

"T"HE . I HI A DAILY

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FOUND1
(tla0 ifitb Aurrisiu n FOUND--A lot of fellows have found!
The Good Clothes Shoppe, 711 N.
FOR RENT Univ. Ave., and taken advantage of
FOR RENT-Five room apartment,, the splendid Special Offer that is
with garage, in desirable location, being made until Nov. 15, to give.
between Campus and Hill. Dial b ne ter $. airo.1pants,toiv
5290. 35-36437Ia xr 70 aro att
match their $23.50 all wook tail-,
FOR RENT-Fine three room and ored gults, for only $1. Don't waft
four room furnished apartments. until it is too late to get yours.
Good location, moderate rent. Cal! Open 4-6 and 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Mr. Moran 8805 or 21467. .33-34-35 35 tf.
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LOST--At Sigma Chi house party, LOST--On or near Ferry Field, Oct. LOST-Strayed from 1624 Hill St.,
blue overcoat made by Spinaler- 16, ladies' small gold wrist watch. white Collie. Finder please call
Scholz, Detroit. Can H-. H. Bullock, Reward. Phone 7614. Marie Curtiss. 4920. Reward. 35-6-37
548 S. State. Phone 6417. 33-34-35!35
IVOR SALE
~FOR SALE-Fine al-oltioe
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Portable typewriters. A limited num-
be'r of used portables. For free dcm
onstration phone 3419.). 1 -e.o.d.f

\VANTED - -One ticket for Michigan-
Wisconsin game. Call Betty Cutter,
Phone 21058. 33-31
WANTED-Tickets for Wisconsin

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FOR SALE- hear iQhick, Chick, game. Call Dodd, Buck or Taylor,
Cl.icken" on Victor rcl'd, by Ted >917. 33-34-36
Weems and his IC01f.Shl-
berle and Son 3Tusic house, 110 S. WANTED-Four tickets for Wiscon-
lain. t sin game, together or in pairs. Call
21716. 33- 3 4-'15

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Ford Sedan-Runs like a top. This car will be sold
for balance owing on it...................$67.50
Ford Roadsters-Priced from ...........$60.00 to $200
One Dandy Dodge Touring ..................165.00
Nice late model Buick Touring .................365.00
Visit our show room and see our list of used cars.
You will find that they are the best bargains in town.
University Chevorlet
Sales
Huron and Ashley Sts.

suits ani over'coats. no s 3Iiiwes,
to select from. Suits or overcoats
$22.50 to $36.00. Styles right up
to date. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. One line at $23.50
offers until Nov. 15 an extra pair
of $7.00 pants to match, for only
$1.00. Better run for them. Good
Clothes Shoppe, 711 N. Univ. Av. ,2nd
Floor. Open 4 to 6 and 7:30 to 8:30
p.m. 35- f
FOR SALE--No. 697. New St. Louis
Blues, by Ted Lewis. Allmendinger
Music Shop, 305 Maynard St. 35
FOR SALE-A rare chance to buy 80
reproductions of Jackson's ten
thousand dollars photos of the WhiteI
City, Chicago World's Fair. Size
14x18. W. Hlasselbach, 337 Thomp-
son. Dial 6292. 35-36
FOR SALE-A tuxedo suit as good
as new, reasonable, size 37. Phone
6072. 35

WANTEID
One thousand- men to take

WANTED-Tickets for Wisconsin and
Ohio games. Call Doench or Grim-
shaw. Dial 5909. 33-34-35

WANTED-

FOR SALE-Hear Paul Whiteman's
new Victor record, "Trudy." Schae-i
berle and Son Music House, 110 S.
Main St. tf

WANTED-Two tickets for the Ohio
game. Call J. hI. Wiener, 9217.
33-34-35

advantage of the remaIrkable bar-
;ains in men's all wool tailored!
suits and overcoats, $22.50 to $36.00.
200 attractive samples to choose
from. One line, at $23.50 for an allI
wool tailored suit, offers until Nov.
15, an extra pair of $7.00 pants to
match for only $1.00! Here is a
bargain to grab) quic. The Good
Clothes Shoppe, 711. N. Univ. Ave., 2nd
Floor. Open 4 to 6 and 7:30 to 8:30
p.m. 35tf

WANTED-Wisconsin ticket and $9.75
for new Radiola IIl. pus tubes and

HIp eat Wisconsin
in one of our Big Overcoats
Fine, Extra Long, Single and Double Breasted.

FOR SALE-Going to gAmes? I'll sell
my Ford touring for $70. Dahlberg
4147. 35

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$25.00

- - $50.00

FOR SALE-Black bearskin coat ;
nearly new. Bargain price. Phone
8026 before Monday. 35-36

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WANTED-Student who has had shoe
experience to sell Stetson Shoesj
(Men's and Women's) on Campus.
Liberal commission. King-Blair Co.,
1456y Woodward, Detroit. 35
WANTED-Will give 2 Wisconsin
game tickets for 2 Ohio State game
tickets. Call Lundquist, 9588.
35-36-37-33-39-401

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Top Coats, Special Today only

$19.75 and $24.75

Values to
$40.00)

Twenty Coats to be sold at these prices.
"The MICHIGAN"
"The model that's all your own." With extra trousers.
$35.00 - $40.00 .,$45.00 - $.00
Wool H9se in beautiful patterns - - - 75c to $2.00
Gordon Slicker ined Corduroy Coat - - - - $9.50
Paragon Rats-1nudred sold - . - - $5.00$6.00
Pigskin Gloves - - . $4.50. Others from $2.00
Exclusive But Not Expensive-Compare.

In the rush of the week-end you will want a dessert '
that is easy to serve. We have a suggestion for you.
Pineapple Mousse
Maple Nut
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Vanilla
Try our Special Brick
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ANN ARBOR DAIRY
"The Iome of Pure Milk"
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FOR SALE-Cheese cloth bunting .in
Mich. and Wis. colors, ten cents a
yard. Main Floor Annex Mack &
Co. 34-35
FOR SALE-Tuxedo, size 36. Worn
once, will sell at j sacriflee. Call
402 South Observatory. 34-35-36j
FOR SALE-"Turkish Towel," a real
Victor record; "Monte Carlo Joys."
Schaeberle and Son Music House,
110 S. Main. tf.
Bnai rith
HILLEL FOUNDATION
615 E. University - Phone 3719
Sithlay, Nov. 7, at Lane Jali:
4:30
Reform Services
Leon Fener of the
Hebrew Union College
will speak.
Rabbi Finkelstein
will read the services.

WANTED-Two student directories.
Call 4229. 35-36-37
WANTE1--Two lively men to sell
good novelty at game. Call 8 to 91
or 11 to 11:45 at E15 Law Club.
35
WANTED-Tickets for Wisconsin and
Ohio State. Call 7637. 34-35
WANTED-2 or 4 tickets for Wiscon-
sin game. Call 5474. 33-34-35
WANTED-Experienced cellist wanted
at once. Call 9215. 34-35
WANT El)-Young man 'who has had
experience and has a following inl
young men's clothing, hats and fur-
nishings, wanted to take chairge of
clothing department in college
store. Splendid opportunity for the
right man. When writing, kindly3
state experience and former con-
ne'eiions. Address Box 129 Nie-.;
Daily. 34-35-361
bridge. Phone 5618. Ask for Mann.
33-tf
WANTED-Expert marcelling and wa-
ter waving. Loretta Beauty Shoppe,
300 S. State. Dial 21410. 33-34-35

headphones. Only five left. Tisch,
323 Thompson. Phone 5665.
33-34-35
WANTED-2 tickets together for Wis-
consin game. Call 21900. 33-34-35
WANTED-A student girl to work for
room and board. Call 21588. tf
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays from $5 to $25 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
NOTICE
NOTICE-Free ride to Columbus, re-
turn, in WIlls St. Claire roadster of-
fered congenial student who sells
me two tickets for Ohio game. Wit-
son 5017..35-
NOTICE-Tutoring in French by
former teacher. Intensive method.
Dial 9468. 35-36-37
SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have 'a 'Wonderful 'vari-
t ety of patterns. l1'palfing also a
specialty. Beautiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington ,
'~Phone 5069
21 eod tf
VACATION ACCOMPLISHWENTI
Ambitious student, Mr. E. W.,, S.,
Lit. '27, with our co-operation first
semester, earned in vacation $295.70,
and in addition, on Sept. 30th, received
profit-sharing check of $73.92. Stu-
dents needing money, or merely wish-
ing elemental business training will
he afforded uncommon opportunities.
Renowned national manufacturer-
with convenient local branch office.
Call 209 S. State St.,Suite'3.' Dial 9592.
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 110". Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf

213 East Liberty St

Opposite Varsity Laundry

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Opposite the High School
FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
10: =3-Morning worship.
12:00-Student Bible Classes.
6:00-Wesleyan Guild.
7:00-Open house.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Hurdn and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Mihlster
Lewis C. Remann
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Secretaries for Students.
9:30-Student Class led by Dr.
Albert Hyma, Assistant Pro-
fessor of History.
10:45-"The Church and the Com-
munil," Dr: F. H. Divine.
5:30-Social hour and supper.
6:30-Young People's meeting;
leader, Alice Brow-w; subject:
"Is the Church a Teabhlr$"
7:30-"What We Would Do If
Jesus Should Come Toilght"

FIRST BAPTIST
R. Ediard Sayles,
Howard R. Chavinan,
students

CHURCH
Minister
Minister of

10:45 A. M.-"Tie Personal Prob-
lem of Sin." You are invited
to hear this subject discussed
by Mr. Sayles.
10:00 A. M.-Dr. Waterman's class
in Science and Religion meets
at Guild House.
12:00-Mr. Chapman's class in "The
Meaning of Faith," meets at
Guild House.
5:30-Friendship hour at Guild
House.
6:30-Devotional hour. "How Can
a Christian Get Even'?" Ben
Verhoek will lead. Come.

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
Herbert A. Jump, Minister
IlelesI Ramnsay, Student irectoi
10:45-"What About the Church?"
5:30-Student supper and discus-
sion. "Shall We Believe in
Miracles ?"
8:00-Motion picture service. Col-
leen Moore in Edna Ferber's
"So Big."

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UNITARIAN CHURCI
State and Huron.
Sidney S, .Robins, Ph.D., Minister:
November 7, 19286
10:45 A. M.
Morning Service
"The North and South Poles
of Religion"
5:45 P. M.
Candlelight Supper
6:30
Prof. Roy W. Sellars
"Free Will and Responsibility'
"Ute Principle of Veratity in
Religion."

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SC INTIST
409 South Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice, subject: "Adam and Fall-
en Man."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45-Wednesday evening testi-
monial meeting.
The Reading room, 10 and 11
State Savings Bank building; is
open daily from 12 to 5 o'clock,
except Sundays and legal holidays.

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
fourth Ave. near Packard St.
G. A. Neumann, Minister
9:00 A. M.-Sunday school.
10:00 A. M.-Regular morning wor-
ship. Sermon subject: "What
Man Lives By."
11:00 A. M.-German service.
6:30 P. M.-Young People's Hour.

ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH'
Division and Catherine Streets
Henry Lewis, Rector
Twenty-third Sunday After
Trinity.
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion
(Church)
9:00 °A. M.-Holy Communion
(Chapel, Harris Hall)
10:00 A. M. -Student Dicsussion
Circle (Harris Hall)'
11:00 A. M.-Holy Communion and
Sermon by the Rev. Kirsopp
Lake, D. D., of Harvard Uni-
versity.
3:00 P. M.-Armistice service. Ad-
dress by the Rev. Kirsopp
Lake, D. D.
6:00 P. M.-Student supper. Dr.
Lake will speak.

At Forty
"At Forty" the housewife in some sections
of Europe wears a black bonnet to signif
the end of her youth. A quaint custom-you
say-but it usually signifies a fact. Heavy
tasks, indoors and out, have made her old-
at forty.

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Catholic Students' ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Chapel Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
'T9:00 A. M.-Bible study.
'Wllilam and Thompson
10:30 A. M.-Service with sermon
Sunday Masses on: "The Test of Our P ea .

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLESj
Corner 1ll and Tappa
Kenneth B. Bowen, Pastor
10:30-M=orning worship.
11:45-Tible School. Sttdents'
class by "Father" Iden.

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(lissouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Strets
C. A. BRAUEB, Minister.
Novenuer 7th
9:00 A. M.-German service.

Upon great generators
which send out current to
light the homes and carry
the burdens of millions, you
will find the G-E monogram.
Upon industrial motors, on
electric railway trains-
wherever quality and un-
failing performance are first
essentials-the G-E mono-
gram will be found.
A series of G-E advertise-
ments showing what elec-
tricity is doing in many

Of all the uses of electricity in America, the'
most important are those which release the
woman from physical drudgery. Electricity,
carries water, washes clothes, cleans carpets,
cooks the family's food-better and quicker
than could be done by hand.
A trip to town or an hour's rest in the after-
noon pays'a woman dividends in good health
at forty years." And what is youth but that?
Men and women who have had the benefit
of college training and college life have
learned to place the proper value upon rest
and recreation. Thev anDreciate the relief

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