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SA^.' -111MY, JANUJARY 22, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SE~VEN

WOLVERINE RAC EN STELLAR CENTER 'M'higan's Baseball Schedule Includes
0 ractice Games With Syracuse, Colgatej COU CMN'
ENJY GREAT SUCCS~ M2, '
Wlith 2G gamues listed pcig n.M PVE P~
A 3asehtall cbedule, now complete,in Arl 11-12.-Vanderbilt, there * a iW-

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of last Year. Nine Con ference gae s April
bawivn been arra uanfot 1d al o Cen'aye- there.
meaits with three cx;.terin 1 cam S yrt-!Aril
c'We, Colgate and West Vixg rnia. Iie there.
wi ll be ten holne gn~des. ~)'

13-14.-Merier, there.
1,5-1.-University of Georgia,___

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'Tracl: m ,n have come and gone, but
Michigan has had her share of first
plat- winners since the return to Con.-
ferenr. competition in 1917," in the op-J
inion of Stephen J. Farrell, Varsity:a
track coach. i
In addition to having won recogni-
tion in team competition almost every ; s> .
year, the~ Wolverines have succeeded
in winning at least one first place in
every event except the mile run, the
latter event having proven a consist-!
cnt jinx throughout the years.
"The dashes seem to have been the;i 1i : c o
most outstanding event for Wolverine 1flashy Wolverie ce erwo will
trackmen,"' Farrell cointinued, "and pit his prowess tonight <x :, 11?St Sibley, !t
Michigan has'scored heavily in these: the star indiana ceniter.
short races. Johnson set the pace by uibley does nlot confine hinnself to!
'.winning three indoor 50 yard dashes, f basketball, having played end on the
and it is probable that he would havej Indiana football team, and he is ree-
repeated in the outdoor races, had he ognized as one of the outstandling con-
niot been confined to other events in ters in the Conference.
which he was an exceptional perform-; McCoy will be forced to work harder
er. Hubbar , world's record holder in tounight th~an at any previous time ini
the broad jump, was also an outstand- his Big Ten career, but Coach Mathler
ing speedster, and proved his worth by believes that lhe(can take care of the
twice winning the outdoor dash. Whit-' assignment capably.
man, a' team mate of Hubbard, ac-I
counted' for one indoor and one out-
door' victory, 'while Simmons was th in the 192 meet here, and the latter;
remaining' Wolverine to win a dash last yea- at Iowa."
event, his victory comning in the indoor NEW XV OK.-Jacksoii Scholz,° sprint
meet. star, will return to racing this spring
-"Leschinsky ,aid -Hester, tied for after a two years' layoff,.

i(0 gyx each nman plenty of mi~dt
1;I tnhon and rep~orts Stern, a riuhit,
i dcer shows promnise, while Moftet a
r~ler of the football squad and last
f :ir's baseball squad has chngieeld
roin the outfield nd is giving the. beat.
s(rforniance among the south paws.
The complete schedule is as follow :
April 9-University of Kentucky,

Apri~l 27.- WVest V rg'hiniehere.
April 29-t}..-Syracu-se, there.
May C4.-Purd ue, there.
May 7.-Illinois, here.
MIay ..-Ohio. State, There.
M ay 18-19.-Colg4e, here.
Ma y 20.--Northwestern there.
May 21.-Wisconsin, there.
May ?8.-Iowa, here.

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first in the last Conference outdoor 100
yard dalsh, are also to be included in
this ltst, but both are still competing
under Michigan colors and may ac-
count for more victories. The latter is I
credited with the' only Wolverine win }
in the, 220 yard dash, having won the
furlon~g in th e meet at Iowa last year.
"Likewise, only one victory has been
registered in the quarter and half mile,
Butler winning the 440 event in the
meet at 'Chicago in 1920, while Reinke
won the 880 in the meet at Ohio State
in 1925.
"In the hurdles, Johnson w as again
the outstanding luminarie, i( th two
victories, one in the low and the oth-
er in the high hurdles at a meet at
Chicago.. Hubbard also accounted for
one victory, this i$t the meet held at
Yost field house in 1922.
"The Wolverines have accounted for'
at least two wins in every field event.
Brooker and Doyle have both won first
places in the discus throw, the former
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rIRST
METHODIST
Corner State and Wash. Sts.
Arthiur W. Stalker, D. D)., Minister
Parley C. Binghamn, Associate
Minister and Student Director.
M3iss MV~argiuret Stair,
Student Director.
10:30- Morning worship. Sermon:
." Prohibition at Its Worst."
A2:00-Student Bible Classes at
Wesley Hall.
6:00-Miss Mildred Drescher will
-lead Wesleyan Guild devotion-
al meeting.
7:30-N. R. Chavre, of India, will
speak at the church..

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PRES VTERIAN CHURCH
11. Edwiard Sayles, Minister ' Corner Hunron and Division Sts.
Howard It. Chapmtan, Minister for I 3iMerle IH. Andlerson, Minister

CONGREGATIONAL
- CHURCH
Herbert A. Jamp, Minister
Helen Ramsay, Student Director
10: 45-"Resisting the D~ivine"
'5:30-Student supper.

Students
10: 45--Morning worship. Mr. Sayles
will speak on: "The L'rogres-
shve Natlure of Revelation:"
12 :00-Church Bible School.
Student classes meet at same
hour in Guild house, across
the street. Dr. Waterman and
MVr. Chapman, teachers.
5:30-Student friendship hour at
Guild House.
6:30-Student devotional meeting.
Howard Packett, leader. Top-
ic: "Four Years - and Then
Wbat 2"

Lewis ('. leininn
Nrs. Nel~io LB. Cadwell
Secretafries for Students.
9:30-Student Class led by Prof.
A. R. Morris.
10:45-11Ideals As an Asset," by Dr.
Anderson.
129:00-Opeii Forum for students.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
6:30-Young People's Society
meeting.

6:30-Book 1'
Hu&gh
Sohn."
ing?"

review by Mr. Jumup.
Walpole's ".Harmer
"Is the Church Dy-

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O-Motion picture
Tarkingtoni's film,
aiid Samt." Mr. Jump
es: "The Challenge of

service.
"Penrod
preach-
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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Ituron Sts.
Sidney S. Rlobins, Ph.i?., Minister
January 23, 1927
10:45 A. M.
Morning service:
"(i oial Ag ainst 11uman lNa ir'i
5 :.. 5 P. M.
Candlelight Supper
6:30
Proflessor H. 1). Dickinson
"A merica's Relation to the
League of Nation's."
1Ihave in mny breast a plant
called reverence. I go to church
to have it wateted."-Dr. 0. W.
Holmes.

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Diiion St.

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
Fourth Ave. near Packard St.

10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice; subject: "Truth."
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.

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ST. ANDREW'S /
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
D~ivision and Catherine Streets
THIRD SUNDlAY AFTER THE
EPIPHANY
8:0,0 A. M.-Holy Communion (the
Church).
9:00 A. M. -Holy Communion
(Harris Hall).
10:00 A. M.-Student Study Circle
(Harris Hall).
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer and
sermon by the Rev. Norman
B. Nash of the Episcopal The-
ological School at Cambridge,
Mass.
3 :00 P. M.-Student and Adult
confirmation class (IHarris
Hall).
5:00 P. M. - Evensong (the
church).

TrO RENT---1020 S. Universit v. At-
tractive single room on campus.
Just across from Engineering Arch.
Also front suite. 5938. 86-87-88.
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
from the 8th of February at 621 ,
Forest. IDial 21349. $6-87-88
FOR RENT-Single roon, for girl inI
quiet private house. Only room
rented1. Dial 5-495. 85-86-871
FOR RENT-A single room for up)-
per-class woman or graduate. Phone!
3743. -85-86-87 I
FOR RENT--Single room for rent.
No other students in house. Phone!
6623. 84-85-86-87-88-891
FOR RENT-Pleasant single and dlou-
ble rooms. Reasonable prices. Rear
of Mich. Union off Thompson. 514
Cheever Court. Phlone 8628.
84-85-86
FOR RENT--A double anti singlet
room. Warm and light. Five blocks
from campus. Phone 6521. 208 N.3
Division. 84-85-86
FOR RENT-.One single and one large
room for two. Near Law club.
517 E. Madison. 84-85-86-87-88-89
TrO RENT-Three room furnished
apartment. Available Feb. 1. 119
N. Thayer. Phone 21815. 84-85-86
FOR RENT-Cleani, warm double
room. Behind Mich. Union, at 516
Cheever Ct. Phone 7073. 84-85-86
FOR RENT-Single or double rooms
at 808 Packard. Rent reasonable.
Phone 5320. 84-85-86
F+1OR RENT-A quiet single room with
modern conveniences. Four blocks
from campus. Inquire 957 Green-
wood Ave. 84-85-86
FOR RENT-Two suites reasonable;
thprice. 628 Packard. Dial 9289.
83-84-85-86-87
WANTED
H-ELP* WANTED-Male student_- for
part time cashier ;work. Campus
Lunch. 338 So. State. 86
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sang pays from $5' to $25. for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
t!

NOTICE-Hear Marion Talley on the
Orthophonic Victor Recordas. Schae-
Berle and Son Music House, 110 So.
Main St. tf
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
NOTICE-We. carry a complete line of
the celebrated Hulton Band and
Orchestra Instruments. Schaeberle
and Soni Music House. 110 So. Main
St. tf
SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. beautiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 5069
c Wed-Fri-Sat
DANCING Every Saturday night, Dix-
bora. 5 miles out Broadway on
Snew Plymouth paved road. fri-sat-tf
NOTICE-Big discount on all Framed
Pictures and mirrors. Sale of remn-
ant frames. J. B. Saunders. Ex-
ceptional Framing. 306 So. State.
tues-thurs-sat
HEALTH Begins when you phone
8428. C. M. Gibson, Chiropractor, 35
Wuerth Arcade. tues-thurs-sat-tf
NOTICE-Hats cleaned and blocked.
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ANN ARBOR SHOP, 625i E. Liberty.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
NOTICE
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-zil
Detroit St. Let ya do your mimeo-
graphing and typewriting. First-'
class work. Quick service. Lowst
prices. Dial 8683.
c-tues-thur-Sat
WAIJTED-Stude nts who like good
hot BARBECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS AND
CA1IiONS
Our rapid turnover insures a fresh
stock and you secure the best qual-
ity at a moderate price. 0. D. MOR-
RIL.L, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tt

9:00 A. 2.-Bible school.

10:00 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice. Sermon subject: "Fo*r
giveness-VGod's Gift toAMan."
11:00 A. M.-Ger-nian sernmon.

Shubertr- Lafayette
Last Two P'erformances
Cadillac 471
Warner Bros,
Present
The Wiorld's Best Actor as the Prince
of Lovers
BA R~f OREU
OONNJUAN "
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2.15 sharp-Twice Daily-8:15 sharp
Mvatinees-50c to$x.o-^
- ;venlflgs-5oc to $1.5-)
Plus Tax

B-'nai B'rith
IIILI4EL FOUND)ATION

Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
F. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Bible study hour.

f)t e) . Iiversity

Dial 37791

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Suiday, Jai. 23
7:15'
at Lane H~all
James M. WNise will speak on:
"The Rlevolt of Jewish Youl Ii"
Services will 1)e conducted
by Rabbi Finkelstein

10:30 A.
one:
and
3 O P.

M.-Service with sermon
"Jesus' RespBeet for Law
Order."
MV.--Student supper.

CCHHT OF HIST
DISCIPLES
Corner H1i11 and Tappan
Riennethl B. Bowen, Pastor
104:30-Morning worship.
11:45-B3ible school. Students' class
taught by "Father" Iden.
5:30-7: 30-Students' social hour,
lunch and Forum.
7:30-Evening worship.

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
ThIr~and West Huron Streets
,C. A. BRAUIJE, 3Ministrr.
9:00 A. M.-Germnan service.
10:00 A. M.-Bible Study.

11:00 A.- M.-tnglish
Sermon topic:
Phiysiciani."

service.
"Jesus,

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6:30 P. M.-Student foruni. "is
Science 31aking G~od Superfiu.
ous I" Leader, W. M. Huston.

5: 30-Student sleighing party,
Meet at parsonage, 420 West
Liberty street.

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