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THE.,MICH7IGAN DAILY

Tf U AT II TCIUIPUTCARNIVAL RELAYS ~
BIB 14 M T SAKE N BET 9 HT TTRACT HOST OF TEAMS
IAIOIWDIU WIIlPAT(Continued rom Page Six)
ET E VO M EANDWIL CAT TANKMV ITI Pauw, College of the City of Detroit
'____________________ Doane, Eureka, Grn nell, Illinois col-
(Continauedl from Page Six) Coach M\aun will probably- withdraw lege, Ilinois state normal, Kansas3
to nne soe pins fr te P'-Darnall int favor of Seager. Sate Teacher's colege of Empoia,
to anex omepoins fo th Pur {{Kansas State Teacher's college of
pie. Some excellent exhibitions shouldI Pittsburg, Lake Forest, Knox, Law-,
Coach Mahn will pin his 'hopes in be brought out in tie fancy diving rence, Lincoln college, Lincoln uni-
the 160 yard back stroke on his two when Colbath of the Widcats and versity, Lombard, McKendree, Mich-
veterans,. Spindle and Hubbell. They Walaitis of the Wolverines vie for igaR State normal, Monmouth, i
will meet a worthy adversary in hopors. Both. are unbeaten in Big Wesleyan, South Dakota State, Wes
Hinch, the star Northwestern sopho- Ten competition Rosenberg of Mich- tern State, Teahers of Kalamazoo
more, who will extend the Michigan iganz and MViller of Northwestern will William Jewel, Central State Teach: I
pair to the utmost. be the other entries. o rs of Missouri and Westminister col-
Darnall, Walker, or Seager will re- After the meet the Michigan and loge.
present the Wolverines in the cen- Northwestern water polo teams will
tury free style. Coach Robinson will meet in a Conerece contest. The
seleiat his enties from among Purple team must win in order to
Schwartz, McDonald, and Wicks. tie with Illinois for the Big Ten
The Northwestern squad boasts water polo title. Last year iNlichi-11
one of the fastest medley relay gan won the swimming meet, 52-17, Tbomso
teams in the Conference. In Len- but lost to the Wildcat water polo-
nox, Hinch, and Schwartz, three ists.
sophomnore, the Purple possess a-
really fast trio. Michigan also has a The Iowa one-mile relay team will
fast team;'~ entered, in the persons of leave Tuesday for Austin, Texas, to
Hubbell, Thompson, and Darnall, attend the Rice Institute meet, which
who should nmake a strong bid for will mark the second time in twot
first place. Slhold Coach Robinson years that the team has competed inf
enter Collopy instead of Schwartz, the southwest.
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in sport shoes
$1
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for day wear
W~e harts the assortmenkt from
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modern and efficient .Hat Cleaning One block from
and Shoe Shining Parlor. Michigan WaShington.
Theatre Bldg. 539 I,.. Liberty.
C-Tues., Thurs., Sat. WAN
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NOTICE-Dre smaking and altering, home laundryr
Call Miss Eisele, 206 S. Fourth Ave. clothes persona
Dial 790. 125-6-7. Laundry, 204 N.
TWO-TONE shoes made to your VANTED-Two
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of the same name. Only one place, TORTOISE SHELI
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ton. Home cooking. Single meals. 4678.
Meal tickets. 123-4-5-6-7-8 C LOST--Wednesday
NOTICE-Good foods and good service, watch. Reward.
one} block from campus-that's why ________
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Our skilled Penmakers Service costs
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Phone 8950 C
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lraeffer fountain pen
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ith IFulghum, 21217.
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SUNDAY CHURCH-- SERVICE

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FIRST METHODIST
Corer CHURCH:
ConrState, and Washington Sts.
Arthr W.Stalker, DJ)., Minister
PaleC. Biughain, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30-Lenten Creed-1--"l Believ-e inu
Jesus."
12:00-Ralph Johnson will lead the
Discussion Class. Mr. Carl
Smith will lead the Bible Study
Clas's.
G6: 00-Wesicyan Guildl Devotional
Meeting. Surprise leader.
7:300-Re-v. Sn Kee oug of Korea
will speak on "'rI1C Wondlerful
People of. the Earth."
THE UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Hunroni Streets
Sidney S. Robins, Minister

IFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
11ev. It, Edward Sayies, Minister,
Ilocvardl It. C hap all,,,
Minister for Students.
10 : 45-Mr. Sayles will speak o cn
"A Quibbler's Interview, 1,1thl
Jesus." (Third in this series.)
12:00-'Church Bible School, stu-
dents meeting in' Guild Hou~se,
same hour.
5:30-Friendship Hour for Young
People.
*6:30-The dlevotional meeting.
M\alcolm Henry Jnd Vernon
Hicks will discuss the ques-
* tion4 "Is religion rational?"
Special music by saxaphbone
orchestra.

ET HLEHE
EVANGELICAL C
(Evangelical Synodt
Fourth Ave., betwveen
and WMiam
G. A. Neumann, ~
9:00-Sunday School.
10: 00-Regular morning
11:00-German service.
5:30-Young People's
and discussion hour

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of A~. A.)
nPackard
[mister

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State St. at WVIlliams
Dr. Carl S. Patton,
Acting Minister

.gworship.

9:3 0-Sunday School.
10: 45-Morning -Worship. Dr. Carl1
S. Patton will' preach, conclud-
ing his stay as acting pastor.
5:30-Student Fellowship Meeting
,an d Luncheon. Mr. ' Sycd
Husain-Khan will speak on
"India of Today."

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fellowship

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Alarch 15, 3?

HEAR "BILL" LIPP.MAN
OF? ST. LOUIS
at the
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron 'and 1Division Streets
Sunday Evening, Six-Thirty
"bill" is not a minister. He says he wishes he were, but-he's
an chi foot-ball player, out-door enthusiast, mountain climber, pioneer
motor highway promoter, scenic photographer, and a lot of things.
".bill" used to be a partner in one of the largest, business concerns
in the South-west; but he sold; out in order to devote himself to the
"business" of the Church.
"Bill" is director in charge of our new Student Building project.
HE HAS A LOT WORTH SAYING AND HE
KNOWS HOW TO SAY ITj
Social H-our and Supper, 5:30. Young People's Meeting, 6:30 4

IL0: 45-MVoiln ug SeviCe. 1 '(tCS'0
.Iolm F.'.Sb ' p ard speak's

ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
*Division and Catherine, Streets
u~ev.'Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Thonmas L. Harris, Assistant
'Fourth (Mid-Lent) Sunday in Lent
8: 00 - Holy Communion (the
Church).
9;30-Holy Communion (Harris
Hall). A service for students,
followed by breakfast.
11.:00-Morning Prayer. Sermon
S and the Rite of Confirmation
by the' Rt. Rev. Herb-ert H1. IH.
-Pox, D.D., of Montana.
6: 15-Student Supper and Meet-
ing in Harris Hall.
7:30-Evening Service..
ST. PAUL'S. LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron
C. A. Braner, Pastor
R~les. 1005 W. Washington St.

5: 45-Candlelight lSupperi.

645-Discussion.
God?"

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stop in and have yours reserved NOW.
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HILLEL FO)UNDATION
M1 E. University Dial 3779
Sunday, March 18, 1928
:00 n. in. at Lane Hall.
Dr. Leo -'l. Franklin, Rabbi of~
rrmrlaRah i1 npthrrit And nt'i ' C

ZION LUTHERMN
Washington St. and
9:00-Bible School.

NCHURCH
d Fifth Aye.

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FIRST 'CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division Street
10:30 a. m.-.Regular Morning Per-
vice; Subject: "Matter."
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School follow-
ing the morning service.

March 18th.
'9:00-German Service.

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