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1927_ __ _ __ __ _ __ _TH F'.M IC

HGAN DAILY

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''I " - ".01 ITIM.

M FATERNITY SCORING
Happy Nn, adSIga Aplpa Mu }cold
second nd Tird Places lit
a TOTAL SCORE IS 379
Standings in the Inter Irater nity sea-
son scoring chart show t.at there is
a close race for first place as the sec-
ond semester's activities gt under way.
The major tournament of the year, the
basketball tourney, will be finished in
a 'few weeks the outcome of which is
certain to affect those fraternities
that are rating high at the present
. time.
+rfTheta Chi has earned the highest
niumber of nointy this season anl with
379 points has a comfortable lea over
the rest of the houses. Kappa Nu is in
second place with 365 1-2 and Sigma
Alpha Mui third with 361 points.
Leaders in the season scoring are
also bidding for honors in the basket-
ball tournament. Theta Cli, Sigma Al-
phta Mu, Theta P, Delta Kappa Ep-
silon, Phi Delta. Theta, Phi Epsilon
Kappa, Phi Lambda Kappa, Ci Psi.
and Lambda ChiAlpha have won all
their games so far. These teams will
play one more game in their diviskon
and then go into the elimination con
tests which will begin next week.
Next Thursday's swimming meet
will have some bearnig on the sea-
son scoring.
Season scores are:
Theta Chi 379
Kappa Nui 365 1-2
Sigma Alpha Mu 361
Beta Theta ,P 333
Phi Beta Delta 322
Phi Chi 285
Phi Sigma Kappa 271
Phi Kappa 268 1-2
Phi Sigma Delta 256
Delta Sigma Phi 239
Delta Upsilon 230
Sigma Zeta 208 1-2
Alpha Delta Phi 203
Tau Kappa Epsilon 196 1-2=
Phi Kappa Sigma 181
Arrang~e Schedul~s
For Golf .And Tennis
Ambitious schedules for the Univer-
sity of Michigan golf and tennis teams
have been, arranged by "Tad" Wieman,
assistant athletic director, who has
announced that both the mashie artists
and racquet wielders will have their
first taste of competition May 5 andA
then will be busy with matches until
the end of the school year.
The golf schedule, comprising six
Big Ten schools, is the most preten
tious which has ever been arranged
while the tennis team will meet the
usual number of competitors.
The golf schedule:
May 5.-Purdue at Lafayette.
May 7.-Illinois at Urbana.
May 16.-Northwestern at Ann Ar-
bor.
May 21.-ODhio State at Ann Arbor.!
May 28.-Wisconsin at Ann Arbor.
June 1.-Chicago at Chicago.
June 10-11.-Conference meet at
Evanston.
The tennis schedule:
May 5-Michigan State at Ann Ar-
bor.
May 7.-Ohio State at Columbus.
May 1.-Michigan State at East
Lansing.,
May 14.-Indiana at Ann Arbor.
May 16.-Minnesota at Ann Arbor.
May 20.-Wisconsin at Ann Arbor.
May 21.-Chicago at Ann Arbor.
May 25.-Northwestern at Evanston.
May 27.-Conference meet at Chi-
cago.
May 30.'-Illinois at Urbana.
HOCKEY TEAM TO
MEET WISCONSINI

Michigan's hockey team left yester-
day afternoon at 3:49 for Madison,
where they will meet the Badger ag-
gregationi this afternoon in their first
conference contest of the season.-
Changes in the original arrangements
had to be niade on account of the
weather, however the cold wave of
the past few days has put the ice in
good -condition .and the games will now
be played.
t Coach Barss and the Wolverine,
puck squad will stay in Madison ever
Sunday and encounter the Badgers for
the second game Monday. Immediate-
ly after the game the squad will go to
Minneapolis where they will play the
University of Minnesota team on Tues-
day and Wednesday.
CHICAGO.-Grover Cleveland Alex-1
andet, "star pitcher of the St. Louis'
Cardinals and hero of the World series
of 1926, hais signed a contract for the
coming season. Alexander, who re-
" turned his first contract, was giver a
substantial increase.

ST ATECO C/ LLEG E ]To HOLD ANA
INDORTRAK ARIAL TNIGI

Michigan State college will be host
to more than 180 athletes, represent-
igthe largest entry ever assembled
for the state championship tonight
when the fourth annual Michigan A.
A. U. track and field championships
are held in the East Lansing gymna-
sium.
Not only will new standards be es-
tablished in the 40-yard dash and 40
yard high hurdles, these being held
for the first ti me,but
for the first time, but also few p;┬░es-

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eat records are cxpjet('(1 0 5 o s11rv'\A-
the onslaughtscC t lie conni , PC..(
man andI Grim, 51)01ce oft1) hi rl ('11(w
college, who is iia tionaI it r l gi
low hurdle champlionl, ('Il Y aa
MCI'. Michigan cr^,ck':o:i
the Ypsilanti dashslrB a I()
Besides a( lie i d ual ' yeits ?
lanti normal will )0e lend . r,,j j~
team chainpicuship whlich ig
held(0o' tile past "tWo yMi 12.

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w~ork for colle.-.e 110n
Work guarant eed. 820
toil. Phone 6374.

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And we are stocked with CANDY
and TOBACCO to fill all your needs.
Varsity Laundry Agency.
RALPH'S
Williams St. across from Congregational Church

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POP S,~
F1OR SALIC -11)24lDoigfe a;oads eCill
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1ioa. ;.$6,00 Bler v ok, 1: ileals.
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WA 'l'CI (ioi leanstudent want-
l :' rfsni mate please call at ' 119
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12: 30. R~eward. 97-981

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-Pair of horn rimmeodglse
hi ('115. F'inder ide s' (11

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x\i~ cn-MIM P >oU (.l lur efh;ici"ney,
D)ANCINU IEvt ,'' l Sa lirday iigh. D
burn. Smieihs 01 ow ad~iyo
MOT ICIH -- I )re~sak ng, alterig,
cleaning and plressing. Ladies and
"C litiet22ns asuits, ( "ots1ad appar-
el1217 Clod des Ave. Ph1onp 9152.
'iG-117-98i

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! 'V .XTIH-_A ronin1-niate. Would pre-
1le o call at 711? onroe . Phone
8267. ____ 97-983
WANT MI)---Posit ion in Fraternity or
siortil . Excel lent, colored cook
Wvith ('city references. mi's. ,TIoeS.
D fl w 2641. 94-95-96-97-98-991
WANTED-Students who like good
hot B3ARBECUE S to know we dle-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. MAT,
BA;RBE1'CUE INA, Dial 4481.

LoS'--- ~m~idalEngineering couploni.
1 hal 49)32. 97-98

LaOST - Mon day, on c turpus. pair of i1)105. Dial 71242. 200 E. 1luron.
.,hell- rimmied tglass s illbrown 996739
leat her -Ue il8:~. 9-79
--5<. ia S,3S2 9-7-8Koilauf The Tailor. Clothes made
LOST---Bunch of k eys. J. 13. WAITE, to order fa specialty, exper'ienc-
131 ,nn)0 5661 or notifly Recorder's ed cutter and titte. 2 15 1-2 South
ofi(c, Law s(chool. 96-97-98 Main St. 95-96-97-98-919-100
LOST--About Janu~arv 27, Lady'*s yel- NOTICE-For potatoes and fire place
low gold wrist watch; Elgin: re-; wool, call 9534.
ward. Phione 2-1635. 96-97-98-99-100-101
- TO EU =COP,-Condlucted tour lasting
LOST---A blue, Mcore's fountain lin two maonths in England, Holland,
Dial5513 tf the Rhine, Belgium, Switzerland,
Italy, Riviera and France. Sailing
.July 1st. All expenses $625. Third
11R'01t N successful season. Sendl today for

3 NOTICE.-Sping1;su~t.-,and topcoats-,
- 1.00 per Ccenjt pare wooaI l, madeto or'-
aci'. ;$22.50. (N;)liowkum) . Chick:
tKrug LRep. Siier-liirsit TailorinIg(Co.
Will call any tilme and disinlav smw

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F'OR S< LE--Wil lYs-KuiliIt. Newly c-Tuezs,-7'hurc.-Sa.t
l)hlteOIe. JTigood ('┬░olidititl, good WANTED STUDENTS to know that
tire, wnte cuiais. '3G. ~Sami pays from $5 to $ %i ) or oh!
1)99100VutsA%17"overcoats.tl

Vanilla Brick -
- with-
Hatchet Center
To serve at your George Wash-
ington party or your weekend
c rushing dinners.
DIAL 4101
I AN ARBR DAIRY
"The Home of Pure Milk."

FOR SALE---Three tube) nradio, coast
to) coast reception. Complete with!.
all accessories. $25. Law'hbon. 1211
\Villar 0. Dial 8254 79
TYPEWRITERS-AllI makes, solId,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, replair-
;ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywhere. 0. 1). MORRI,,
j17 Nickels Arcade. Auithorized deal-'
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-
ona Typewvriteris, Inc. tf

WANTED'-D~o altering and repair
work for college men and w omuen.
Work guarainteed. Plione 6374. j
97-98-99!
FINI'URE JREPAIRIN G
Upholstering and refinishing. Fra-
ternities giver, special attention. s
V. SMITH andI C. LINK. Dial 9487. I
97-98S-9 9

Ask for
DEVOE

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Oils COIA)RS
i'aiitvs Bo3tards
Arlists' Brushes
Aosulemuiy Boards
A ii 'cf s' ('a livs
Pj)'alinlf' Inks
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ARTISTS'
OILS anid VAlRNISIES
Acadeic
Water (Colors
School Water Color Boxes
Show,(Cardl('olors
Pastel Boards

WENZEL"
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FIRS'T
METHODIST
Corner State anid Wash. Sts.
Arthtur W. Stalker, ID. D., M6inister
Parley C. Bingham, Associate
Minister and Student Director.
Miss Margaret Stair,
Student Director.
10: 30 A. M. - Sermon: "Looking
Backward; Tiring Forward."
12:00 M.-Student Bible classes at
Wesley Hall. -
6:00 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild de-
votional meeting with Don
Hall as leader.
8:00 P. M.-Meeting at I-ill Au-
ditorium. Sherwood Eddy,
speaker.Y

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, iister
Ho ward RI. Clialini, Miniist er for
Students
10:45 -Morning worship. Mr.
will speak on: "The Life of
TruthI"
12 :00-Church Bible School.
Student classes nieet at same
hour in Guild house, across
the street. Dr. Waterman and
Mr. Chapman, teachers.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
C'orner Hturon and Diision0 Sts.
Nelre IT. Anderson, Minister.-
Lewis C. lleiiain
Mrs. Nellie B. ('adwel
Secretaries for Students.
0:30-Student Class led by P~yof.
A. It. orris.
10 :15-11Ali vf-iuts aus Assets,"
by Dar. Anderson.
12:00--Open Fortun for students.
5:"0-Social l lone and Supper.
6:30---Younrg People's Society
mneating.

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
-Jlerbert A. Jump, Minister
liee'n amsay, Student Director
10 :45-"D~orcas' Needlework."
5 :30-Student supper and discus-
sion of " Capital Punishment.",
Prof. Waite, Law School, will
lead.
8 :00--- Motion picture service. Mr'.
Jump will pre~ach on:"T,
C ornish Fishiermiian."
Feature film, the college
story: "Brown of Hlarv-ard:"

FORl RENT-'-New two) and three-roomi
apartment, with private bat h. rig-,
idaire anid vapor heat._ 644 E. ~ni-I
versity. Dial 6650. 98-9-100
FOR RENT-At 1020 S. University a
desirable single room, one minute
walk from camp us. Wood League
House. Phone 5938. 98-99
FORl RENT-Living room, bed room,
kitcheliette, b)ath. Dial 22340 be-
twveen 7-8 P. M. RALPH T. SWEZEY
98-99
FOR RENT-Single room for a man
student. Reasonable. 110 Glen Ave.
9 8-99-100j
FOR RENT--Double and single room
in comfortable home. Good loca-
tion. 208 North Division. Dial 6521.
97-98
FRONT SUITE-Light, warm, plenty
ofhotwater59Wlnt.97-98-99
F+OR RENT-eNice single roonn Ra-
sonable. Good location. 1002 For-
est. Phone 7129. 97-98-99
FOR ItENT-Front suite. One singlej
room. Boys. Near campus. 810
E. Huron. Dial 9236. 97-98j
FOR RENT-Bright, nicely furnishedf
room, for one or two girls."' Home
comforts. Close to camus. 3431
Liberty Court. Tel. 8702. 97-98-99
FOR RENT-Two large double rooms.
Will rerrt single or (double or as a
suite. Also room for one man n
a suite. Eit her students or busi-
ncss people. 425 S. Division.
97-98-99
ROOMS FOR RENT-Front suite forj
boys, also one single and one do-
ble room, near campus, 1333 Wash-
tenaw Ave. ila 21980. 95-96-97-981
FOR RENT-Tile garage for rent, 11291
Martin P. Dial 21678.
94-95-96-97-98-99
FOR RENT-3-room furnished apart-
ment. Two front rooms or suite.
Steam heat; also garage. Call 8544.
422 E. Washington. 94-95-96-97-98-99
FOR RENT-Large, light, front suite.
One block from campus, near
Thayer. 807 East Washington.
96-9798
FOR, RENTP-1207 Willard St. Two
room furnished light housekeeping
apartment. Phone 6642. tf
FOR RENT-Garage on Elm St. Also
garage near new University Hos-
pital. Phon~e 6642. tf
FOR RENT-Single room in private
hionie, near bus line. Phone 6623.
96-97-98
FOR~ RENT-Newly decorated double
room, second floor, with or without
dorm. Light and pleasant. Will rent
single. 332 E. Jefferson. Dial 6110
or 3079. 95-96-97
EXCELLENT TYPING
We can (give you clean, correct work
on short notice. Corrections in
spelling and punctuation. All work
guaranteed. Rider's Pen Shop, 315
State St. t
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tU
NOTICE
HEALTH Begins when you phone
8428. C. M. Gibson, Chiropractor, 35
Wuevth Areade. tues-thurs-sat-tf4
FOR convenience, speed and satisfac-
tion, visit Trojiiowskis Barber
Shop. tues-thur-sat

circular. Raw.vaon, 4114, Hazel Ave.,
Chicago.
96-9.7-98-99-141}-1t1-14.2-010t4,1OS
DRESSMAKING,' altering, cleaning
Iandl pressing. Ladies and gents
suits, 'coats, etc. 1317 Geddes Ave.
Phone 9352, 96-97-98
SUITS AND OV11RCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. Beautiful fabrics for your
witer overcoat.
WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 50.69
-F __ c Wed-Fri-Sat
WHY WE~AR "READY MADES! whren
you can have a two pant suit built
to your nieasure for $37.50? Spring'
styles now ready. T. B. LYONS,
Williams at Maynard. tf
NOTICE-A Portable Phonograph as
low as $15. Three moniths to pay.
Just the thing for your room. Uni-
versity Music Hdti~se. tf
NOTICE-Banjo-Uikes. Hand painted
instruments with U. of M. colors and
designs. At' our sale price as low as
$3.98. You can afford one. We also
have some 'eW~)tional bargains in'
used tenor banjos. University Mu-
asic House. df
NOTICE--Mouth organs. Our entire
stock is offered for less than/whole-'
sale cost..4 popular pastime very
much in vogue now. University
.,Mu sic House.:, tf
1 NOTICE-Red .Seal Victor Record
{sale-three f~or the price of one.
Music lovers shoquld not overlook
this wonderful .opportunity. Hun-
dreds to select -from. University
Music House. tf
ITYPEWRITING aid ' Mieograpi-
ing promptly and neatly done
by experienced operators at mod-
erate rates. Thesis and college
workF a specialty for 19 years.. 0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Stationery Store. tf
Hear Fritz Kreisler's new Orthophonic
Victor Records. 'Exclusive Victor
artists. Schaeberle & Son Music
House, 110 So. Main. tf
NOTICE-Typing, -thesis neatly' and'
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7345. tf
NOTICE
Special Bargains on new and used in-
struments. Scha~berle & Son Mu-
sic H-ouse, tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Riugs Shampooed. Phone.
6513. dailly-tf_
TO SEE best of 50,'lines clothing drop
Scard to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS AND
-j CRIOONS
Our rapid turnover insures a fresh
stock and you secure the best qual-
fIty at a moderate,;price. 0. D. MOR-
-RIL, 17 Nick~els Arcade, Phione

5:30-Student friendship 1iouil
Guild House.

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Hluron Sts.
Sidney &. Robins, Ph.D, Minister
Sunday, Feb. 2), 1927
10:45 A. M.
Morning Service :
"The Religion of Nationalism."
5:45 P. M.
Candlelight Supper
6:30
Mr. H. 11. Mayberry:,
"What Is a Normal Child?~"
"Religion is what a man does
with his loneliness."'-A. N. White-
he'ad.

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South IDivision St.
10: 30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice, subject: "Mind."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45-Wednesday evening te.ti
monial meetinig.
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
EVANOELICAL CHURCH
-Fourth Ave. near 1'ackhmrcl St.
G. A. N et-maimii, Minister
9:00 A. NI.---Sunday school.
10:00 A. Mt.-Regular morning ser-
vi('e. Sermon subject: "Tihe
"ltii of Ail rfrite, Pray~er,"
11 :01) A. AT.-Gernian service.
j6 : 0t P. M. - Young; People's
League.

ST. ANDREW'S
EI1SCOPAL CHURCH
lmvision anot Catherine Streets
SEXA(4ES13A SUM)1NAY
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion (the
Church).
9: 30 A. M.-H-oly Communion
(Harris Hall).
11:00 A. M.-'Morning prayer and
sermon by the Rev. 'John R.
Hart, Jr., chaplain at the
University of Pennsylvania.
3 :00 P~. M.-Student and adult
confirmation class in Harris
Hall.
6:00 P. M.-Student supper and
discussions by Prof. ?nelson
on: "The iLife of Bernardl
Shaiw," and "A Vital Campus
j Problem" discussed by the
Rev. John R. Hart, Jr.

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615 E. Uniiversity Dial 3779
4:0 P.M11.
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ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorii, Pastor
9 :00 A. M.-Bible study hour.
10:30 A. Al.-Service with sermon

CHURCH F CHRISTS
DIS 1-LES
Corner 11111 and Tappain
t eunnethi B. lDo so'ii, "' tsttor
10::30-Mlornii~g \worship.,
11:4:5---Bible school. students'

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets

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.40 .

C. A. BRAUlERI, Minister.

9:00 A., M.-German service.
10:00 A. M.-Bible Study.
11 -ff A A T T'. m ,-I, ..- t

.NOTICE-The Best in Photo Frames
at the lowest prices. All styles,
swing, swivel, etc. Leather frames.
J. B. SAUNDERS, 306 S. State.
to-th-sat

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