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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1926

THE' MICHIGAN DAILY

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Ypslanti Normal'CARP OL7R TJWO' ISONSN.LES STWO MEN ON D HIS( a
In New Conference} oUIA SIFIE IIUIII HUAL-MRCA WMMN SUDTHS
rVfN M[M I Jf5'//i 1 11 I ADISOti, 'Wis., Dc,.10 -foe famous Chicago0 univesity ooflal CLOSESlr
(By Associated Press) IUU MEI iUt'immeI S ni : coaci othe.tar, w~ill lnow prepre or hsfinal AT 3P..AD VERT' IS'IN G"tT, rx
YPSILANTI, Mich., Dec. 10.-Final' --Utnive iv o sotnsin 1111, developed uason under Coach Stein tuci d bids j =3-FA
details of the organization what will (Th i tehdoft he 1 11 l CarnednIiingthe 19 6 tank season twxo o t ar to k tici hlis irecord o1 last ".

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be known as the Michigan Collegiate all-Afimerican ere.
conference were completed at a meet- I lk field st ar:i were p1Oinl iful at
ing; of the contracting schools here Michigan ih, =r1)]and 191 14 and( Walter
yesterday. A constitution and by-: Camp l)chlo c one of the V ?.zr half-
laws we ea adopted, rules applicable backs for h~s ta3 1rA~lii an isam Al
at the be cning of the next school year' each of t. o 50ye,; - Jin C . c' was
were agreedl upon and the determining 'awarddla plackc in 19113 w :iic J hnnruy
of championships in basketball, base- iMa inbetscii, now coa,,h of the "Okla-
ball and track for the present year homxa A. & M. team w°hich th~e
started t1V organization functioning iXlissori Valley Conferenice; i. ! this:
imlflnediately. season, was sielected at haitba~ck thne
Members present at yesterday's Ifollowing year.
meeting, which was presided over by 1 9 1
C. P. Steimle of Michigan State Nvor- IIt~l, ot3 n lr
mal school, were Detroit City College, ! Iotgsett, cmi1~ti '11 am
Detroit; Western State Normal, Kala- 1 lPrinceton, tackle; "Pennock, lilarvard,
mazoo; Central State Normal, Mount guar'd; D~es Jardlienrs, Chicago, center;
Pleasant, and Michigan State Normal Browvn, Navy, guard; Tlbot, Yale,
here. All schools had from two to tackle; Merrilat, Army, end; I3unting-
four or "five, representatives -present. ;ton; Colgate, quarter; Craig, Michigan,
Adoption of the one-year rule which !halfback ; Brickley, Hlarvard, half-
barsfresmen rom he Vrsitback; Mahan, H-arvard, fullback.
of the competing schools was the larg-'I 1914
est change from conditions under' Hardwick, Harvard, end; lBallin,
which the ,schools hav~e competed in ,Princeton, tackle; Pennock, hIar vard,
,the past. Beginning with next Sep-! guard; McEwan, Army, center; Chap-
tember, when the rules become ope-I man, Illinois, guard; Trumbull, Bar-
rative, first. year men will not corn-Ivyard, tackle; O'Hearn, Cornell, end;
Pete in any of the contests between lGhece, Dartmouth, quarter; Maul-
the members of the new conference., etch Michigan, halfback; B~radlee,
Harvard, halfback; liahan, 1-arvard,
Pennsylvania played three footballi fullback.
games in .a row, in which the finalI
result was 3-0. Subscribe for Thme Michigan Dlaily.

fthe greatest collegiate performiers in
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i'' WOi'l ( to Iad ;er swinviers in the

winter.1
Winston lCratz, whose event is the
200-yard breast stroke, was rated

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Clarence "Bunny" Hiersclhberge -, events and were placed on soveral all- porch if desired. 1345 Geddles. 5ity h11 dho ii r ok
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FIRST
METHODIST
Corner State and Wash. Sts.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Bayles, Minister
Itoward R,. Chapman, Minister of
Students
10:30 A. 11.-Sermon by Rev. W.,
IR. Shaw onl "Enter Int Life."
12:00 M.-Church Bible School.

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Arthur W. Sualked, D. D., Minister
Parley C. Bingham, Associate
Minister and Student Director.
Miss Margaret Stair,
Student 'Director.
10:30-Morning church service.
Sermon: Latunch 0-utl"
12:00-Student Bible classes.
600-Wesleyan Guild meeting.
7: 30-Wesleyan Guild lecture by
Bishop Edwin H. Hughes.
UNITARIAN CHURCH

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division Sts.
Merle It. Andersoni, Minister
Lewis C. Reima un
Mrs. 'Nellie B. CVadwell
Secretaries for Stuidents..
10:45-Sermon by Dr. J. R. Mc,
Mahon of Grand Rapids.
12:00-Open Forum for students.
5:30-Social hour and supper.
6:30-Young People's Meeting.

CONGREGATIONAL
,, ,CHURCHb
Herbert A. Ju~mp, Minister
Hlelen Ramusay, Student Director
10:45 Christmas service with spe-
cial music by Palmer Chris-
tian choir. Mr. Jump will
preach. "Thl1e, Shepherds'
Christnnms Fear."
5:30-Student supper followed by
discussion on "MRodern Youthi."
Howard McCluskey, leader.
8:00-Motion picture service. Mr.
Jump on "Religion and Prop-
erty." The film is a mystery
story. I"Seveii Sinners."

r ( V C'Le .,ale, 'SM I N1310 n;,&,f , I'~ .c
FOR SALE SVANiTEDl-A 52ntlC P001a1 i aft ?'l{. - asmere silk: scarfs, runners
_______________________________________ atlim Grdute o~l~I SUU(ih cushion c'over prints, carved ivor y
FOR SALE-A handsome importeid l1Phone 21349. curios, rouge boxes, and beads. This
embroidered crepe shawl. Unusual- (1-1 s nWl
a rANTEDrL---l 1a(.tilal owonmn itl , purly astu( onL enterprise. Wl
ly beautiful colors. Miss Feri'in,;
1004 Olivia Ave. Phone 3718. 64-65 1 suite or room wviih pr ivilege of 1liv- (leluonrsIrate H at or house any af-
____________________________ ing roomn. Box 14..>- ternoon. Askc for -Sodhi or leave
FOR SALE-H-and nmade Michigani your message. 411 Hamilton Place.
penants and pllow tops5. Call1 I WNEDSUDNS oknwlba Dial 5839. 60-61-62-63-64-6,5
9563'. 641 Sami paIys 1roif $-* to j'2 ifor Qold N
= 121 E. ANN DIAL 4306 NOTICEi- New Orthophone Portable
FOR SALE--Alto Saxaphone. Brass,'!tf ietrolas., $;5.00. Schaeberle & Soil.
nearly new. Greene, 806 Hill Msctos, 1 o.Mi I f
- 63-64-65 WANTEI)---Work dluring Xmas vaca-
FOR SALE-Stearns Knight Coupe. fln.S11imons. Phone 21677. N:OT'ICI-SudenI Tailor Shop, 721 N.
First class condition. Your price. 6 -f(4 I irriyacosfm111Aui
3Dial 21678 61-2-63-64-65-66-67 to~rn eoee ne e
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I and l qteriufr La(dies' work Cspeen-
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you'secure the best quality at aI given promnpt 'attention, dil-I
moderate price. 0. D. 0OR 1IITose bsJf50 iescohigdo
0 . D. MORRILL, 17 NIckls Arcade, ToIebs f5 ie ltigdo
17NiklAraePhn 6615 ;Thme Stationery & ity pewriter Store cardl to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona. Open evenings. 66 vnnsI$2t 3.t
Typewriters, Inc.c646--7--91-
c64-65-66-67-68-691 TtPEWRITERS, all makes., sold,
NOTICE-Tak e home these two rec- rented, exchantged, cleaned, repair-
LOST-In basement of N. S. -building ji ords, Tiger Rag by Ted Lewis anid I ed. Largest and best stock 1(o be
one lecture note book andl two textI I Never I new What. the Mroonhiglhi.I obtained anywhere. r
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______________________I NOTICE-See our line of Pictures lice- c64-65-66-67-68-69
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112:00 M.-Mr. Chapman's and Dr'.
Waterman's classes at Guild
5: 30 P. M. -Student Friendship
Hour.
6:30 P. M.-Devotional nmeeting.

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State and Huron

Sidney Sr. Robins, Ph.D., Minister

Sunday, D)ee. 12, 1926.

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
400 South Div ision St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice, subject: "G~od the P're.
server of )Lan."
11 :45 A. M.-Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45-Wednesday evening, testi-
monial meeting.

10 :45 A. M.-Morning service: "h
Jewish Foot of the Chiristmias
Tree.,
5:45 P. M.-Candlelight supper.
6:30-Mr. Neil Staebler : "Expei-
ences and Observations in
Russia." Discussion.
Freedom, Frankness, Fellowship.

BETHLE3HEiM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
Fourth Av e. near Packard St.
G. A. Neiumann, Minister
9:00 A. M.-Bible classes.
10:00 A. M.-Regular morning wor-
ship. Sermon topic-: "Hal-
lowedI Be Thy iNamie."
11:00 A. M.-Germnan service.
6:30-Young People's discussion
hour.

ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
Henry Lewis, erector
Thomas L. Harris, Assistant'
'THIRD SUTNIAY IN ADVENT
S:00 A. M.-Rely Communion in
the church.
9:00 A. M.-Holy Communion in
Williams Memorial Chapel,
Har1ris Hall.
10:00 A. M.--Student Study Circle,
Harris Hall.
11:00 A. M.-Mornin~g prayer and
sermon by the Rev. Henry
Lewis.
6:00 P. M.-Student supper.
4:00-6:00 P. M.-Open house for
students every Wednesday iaft-
ernoon in IHarris Hall.

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B'nai B'rith
HILLEL FOUNIDATION
615 E. University - Phone 3779
Sunday, D~ec. 12, 1926
4:30, at Lane Hall
Dr. A. L. Sachar of the
University of Illinois
"Some Jewish Rascals"
Services by Rabbi Finkelstein

{ 210 S. Main St. C-64
NOTICE-A good square piano, rose-,
'wood finishil, for only 2hO All-
m 1eidiflge Ausi(' Shop, 3> ),May-
iard. c-64
NOTICE--Now Victor Orthophone
jRecords for Christmas. We pack
for shipment. Schaecborle, & Son
Music H-ouse. 110~ So. Main. C t.
I NOTICE-Portable Phonographs, $15,
Three months to pay. University
IMusic I-ouse. 60-62-64.1

t The Reading room, 10 anid 111
State Savings Bank building, isj
open daily from 12 to 5 o'clock,I
except Sundays and legal holidays.

S IL20 er cenut off oiln
All DhimondIs anid 1WY aches
Only 113 'Shoplpinlg days left:
The 16v ii Shop
1121 . S.IUniversity
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LADIES, THEY ARE. HERE!_ Real
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.Available, to wearer~ of Reals~ilk
Hosiery; direct fronm the Indian-
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S Call or phone Real Silk IHosiery
Mills, 209 S. State St. Dial 9592.
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SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
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' I WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
i Phone 5069
c Wed.. Fral.-Sat.
DANCING Every Saturday ight, Dix-
bora. 5 miles out Broadway on
new Plymouth paved road. fri-spt-tf
IWANTED-Students who like good
jhot BARBECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUE" INN, Dial 4481. s
III c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
NOTICE-Have us come and demon-
strate the new Remington Portable
typewriter. Keyboards for any.
department, engineering, chenmical,'
medical, etc. Phone 3489.
tueq-thurs-sat-tf
NOTICE-Hats cleaned and blocked.
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
rep aired. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ANN ARBO~R SHOP, 625 E. Liberty.
\c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
lIEALTHVBegins when you phone
j8428. C. M. Gibson Chropractor, 35
Wuerth Arcade. tues-thurs-sat-If

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Catholic Students' ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
e Washington St. and Fifth Ave.

Chapel

WVilIIam and Thompson

Sunday Masses

E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9:00 A. M.--Bible study.
10:30 A. M.-Service with sermon
on: "Certainty Respecting
Jesus' Messiallhi ."1
5: 30" P. M.-Supper for students.
6-30 P. M.-Student forunm. H. E.
Andersen will lead the dis-
cussion.
7:30 P. M.-Commnunion service.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner Hill and Tappan
IKennethi B. Bowen, Pastor
10 :30--Morning worship. "Time
Wrell Is D)eep," by pastor.
11:45-Bible school. Students' class
taught by "Father" Iden.
5: 30-7:30-Students' social hour,
F lunch and Forum.

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
I CHURCH
I (Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
I C. A. BRAIJEB, Minister.
5I9:00 A. M.-German service.
110:00 A. M.--Bible Study.I

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-Specialties-

Have You Tried the Hollywood?,
You will enjoy the sensation, because you
will notice such a distinctive atmosphere'.

Dinner, 45c

Noondayv Lunches, 40c

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8:00 and 10:00 o'clock

7:30-Evening worship.
Peave and Pursue
pastor.

"lSeek1
It,"' by

11 :00 A. M.-English service.
"Sermon topic: "Two Advent
Questions."
5: 30-Student Christmas party at
420 West Liberty.

The Hollywood Restaurant
615 East Liberty St.
"The Place with the Collegiate Atmosphere;"

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