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THE MICHICAN

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have two years of intercollegiate Duluth municiple laurels, Marsh,,
Lcompetitionwhile Heeney and: and Bacon, winners of last year
Graham represented the Wolver- and Lanporee.
ines on the court last year for the Freshman tennis also lends much
first time. promise with a strong group of
Spencer and Hammer, who will netmen in this year's first year,
be eligible for varsity competition class. ,Fred Brace runner-up in
Spence And Hammer, Eligible This for the first time this year, are ex- last year's national interscholastic
For. First Time, May pected to furnish the most opposi- tournament,, Fiel4 of Andover
YearF e.Vrtea y tion when the veterans begin the Academy fame, Reindel of Detroit
tepiace Veterans fight to retain their berths. Both Central, Clark of Pontiac, and
are capable of tennis of "Big Ten" Ryan of Grand Rapids Central, all
FRESHMEN LOOK STRONG calibre and have gained promi- highly touted prep school stars, are
nence during the past summer. available.
Prospects that Michigan will be Hammer won the Saginaw Valley
represented by one of , the championship, winning in the UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS- Free
strongest tennis teams in her en- final round over Frank Donavan,
viable net history approach cer- former Notre Dame star. music lessons are offered by the
tainty with the return of last Others who must not be over-- department of fine arts to residents
year's six lettermen among the looked in the considerations - are of Lawrence. No University credit
court candidates. Captain Barton, Nelson, of last year's freshman is attached to the courses for towns-'
Moore, Schaeffer, and Allgyer all squad and winner of the 1928 t adanae f theno-
people taking advantage of the of- ,

WHITNEY THEATRE

LASSIFIE iNOTICE-
vate ho
D ~Wright
ADVERTISING paralle
FOR RENT-Very nicely furnished irANTED-
front suite. Private lavatory.
Graduate or business people pre- WANTED
to work
ferred. A few other roomers. 115 I from G6
N. Thayer. Phone 9553. 7
WANTED-

Friday and Saturday, Oct. 5, 6
PAUL GREEN'S REMARKABLE DRAMA
OF THE CAROLINAS

me for faculty men. 12
St. One street west ai
1with Pontiac St.
--To rent or buy-Bicyc
condition. Call 8017.
-A student who wish
k for room and board,
to 9 p. m. Phone 7380.
-.-Stu'dentsq to know th

UA R DJADJERD
Just Coimpleted a New York Run of Over 200 Performances
"A sweeping theme, noble in its
conception. The group that acts
in it brings to the stage a sweeping
intensity.". . .N. Y. EVE. POST.
PULITZER PRIZE PLAY 1927
Original Production
Direct from Provincetown Playhouse

FOR SALE-Size 38 suit evening
clothes; pair size 7 spiked run-1
ning shoes; Waltham watch.,
G. F. O'Connor, 554 Thompson St.;
Side door, after 7 p. m. 7
'FOR SALE-Full length mirror in'
frame, $15. Book case, $5. 1511
Wells St. 7,8,9

REMEMBER
1111 South University
FOR
LAUNDRY CASES $2.00
BURCHFIELD TAILORING

Attention Students-

We
We

made your Father's clothes-Why not yours?
carry everyting in the finest fabrics for the

most particular man.
BURCHFIELD TAILORING
Established 45 Years
Fritz Bldg" Frank J. Ryan,]
Main at Liberty St.-Second Floor

Sfer,however.;
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Ann Arbor's Exclusive -
CLEANERS
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28 South 4th Ave.
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Prices One Dollar to Two-Fifty

Telephone 4814

BOARD-Strictly home-cooked food
by week. 508 Elm St. Second
house from Geddes. Phone 7592.
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
PIANO INSTRUCTION-Studio 609
E. William. Phone 5407. Mrs.
Thompson. Graduate of the Uni-
versity School of Music.
4,5,6,7,8,9

Mail Orders Now-Enclose Self Addressed, Stamped Envelope
with Money Order or Check.

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Classified Aids Pay

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FOR SALE-Sweet cider and
juice. Call R. E. Wagner. 9
22413.

SINGLE ROOM adjoining private
bath, private enrtance. 443 S.
Division St. 5, 6

LOST-Leather billfold Wednesday
evening near Michigan theatre.
Reward. Phone 3595. John Col-
well, 806 Hill. 7,8

4.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
By special arrangement with the makers
of Stratford Clothes, Mr. William (Bill)
Carmen will be here Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, October 2d, 3d and 4th.
He will have with him a select line of
woolens from which a selection is offered
to our customers. He will have with him
the latest in University models . includ-
ing the famous Adams and Mac models
. . . Approved by leading University Re-
tailers of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Illinois,
Indiana, Syracuse, Colorado, Kansas and
Ohio.
ARTHUR F. MARQUARDT
of

our home laundry methods gi
your clothes personal attentik
Moe Laundry, 204 N. Main. D:
3916. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
WANTED--A Junior Law desir
roommate. Dial 8544. 422
Washington. 5, 6,
WANTED--Assistant manager I
dining room. Hours to work:
to 1, 5:30 to. 7. Apply with t
following requirements: Mu
work 7 days a week and also
vacations,. Appear in persons
the Allenel Hotel, Saturday b
tween 7 and 8 p. m. Signe
Theodore Dames.
W A N T E D - Students' laund:
Phone 8794. 6
WANTED-Suite by graduate st
dent and senior. Doors mu
separate H rooms. No other st
dents. Call Hall 8974.
LOST-Shell cameo, unset, size
fifty cent piece, somewhere b
tween Kingsley and Huron
North State street. Reward. R
turn to Secretary. Office, Roo
3, University Hall. 5, 6

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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State and Wasbington Sts.
Arthur W, Stalker, D.D., Minister
Parley C. Bingham, Associato
Minister and Student Director
10:30-Sermon: Text, "Why
Religion," Dr. Starker.
12:00-Bible Study Course.
Three classes for students.
6:00-Devotional.
Sam Harrison, leader.
Theme: "Setting Trails West-:
ward."
S:30-Evening Service.
Tx:"Pathfinding in Reli-'
gious Faith." Sam Harrison.'
THE UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
Be
constant
in,
your
religion

FIRST -BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. .Chapman, Minister
for Students
10:30-Dr. Leroy Waterman will
speak on. "The Trail of the
Spade in the Near East."
12:00-The Church; Bible school.
12:00-Students' groups meet in
Guild House from 12 to 12:45.
5:30-The Friendship Hour for
young people at Guild House.
6:30-Devotional Hour. George
Preuser, graduate, will lead.
Topic: "The Guild as a Cam-
pus Organization."

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave., between Packard
and Williams
Rev. C. William Roth

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner State and William Sts.
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
10:45-Morn worship.
Sermon topic: "Neglected Real
Estate."

9:00-Sunday school.

10:00-English service.
11:00-German service.

FOR SALE-Used Typewriter. Ren
ington portable in perfect co
dition. Only $35.00. Call 222
between 5 and 6 p. m. C
FOR SALE-Complete set of tra;
including two drums, almo
new; $40.00. Less than half co
Wagner, 900 Lincoln Ave. 4, 5,
FOR SALE-Wood, wood, woo
Dial 9534 or 22413. 4, 5,
FOR SALE-Six weeks' old Chevr'
let coach, fully equipped; c:
carefully broken in; original cc
$670. Owner will sell for $5
cash. Call during day 225:
Evenings 6125. 4,5,
FOR RENT-1302 Packard-ve:
desirable room in private famil
Garage available. Dial 2161
FOR RENT-Very deirable larg
double room only three bloc
from campus. Phone 7597. 15
So. Univ.
FOR RENT--One large double roo
-$7. Also one suite, '$8. Fi-
minutes to campus. 555 Packar
Phone 7477. 6.
FOR RENT-Large newly furnish
front suite, suitable for two. Ve:
reasonable. 918 S. State.
FOR RENT-Two double rooms f
mnen. Very desirable. Can 1
used as single rooms. 735 Have
Call 6544.
FOR RENT-Reasonable, beautify
hall on ground floor with tabl
and' chairs suitable for card pa
ties, meetings, private if desire
Buffet Service, Box 4. 6, 7,
FOR RENT-Double or singeroo
with sleeping quarters i desire
No other roomers. Phone 69
FOR RENT-One large front suit
306 N. State St. Phone 6741. Ve:
reasonable. Call between 11 a
12.
FOR RENT-Suite for two, or w
rent as single. Running hot at
cold water. One block fro
campus. 616 Church St. 6,
FOR RENT-Light housekeeping.
Two nice rooms with kitchenet
and sleeping porch. 1207 Willa
Street. Phone 6642. 4, 5, 6,
FOR RENT-Attractive apartme
two rooms and kitchenette, sui
able for student and wife o
graduate girls; three blocks fro
campus.. One half block off Sta
and Packard. 812 Mary St. 4,
FOR RENT-Two double rooms':
$7 each; one singleat $4; o
light housekeeping, suite, $(
These rooms are light and plea;
ant. 429 S. Division. Call befo-
1 p. m. Phone 6487. 445
FOR RENT--Single room, stea:
heat, continuous hot water. 3
Thompson. Two blocks fro:
campus. 5,
FOR RENT - Double room ox
block from -Campus. Well fu:
nished with moderate prices.12:
S. University. Phone-3754. 5, 6,
FOR RENT-In girls' league hous
share in lovely suite. 224 S. Tha:
er, 3 minutes from campus. Di:
4093. 5,
FOR RENT-Neatly furnished froi
room for 2 graduate women bus
ness girls, nurses; steam hea
also garage. Dial 8544. 422.
Washington. 5, 6,
FOR RENT-Two large doub
rooms. Will rent as single rood
or as suite. A junior wants
roommate. Price reasonable. 4
S. Division. 6. 7,

5:30-Student
per.
6:30-Address
Little.

Fellowship Sup-
by Dr. C. C.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson,. Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Caldwell, Secretary
for Women
10:00-Student class in Audi-
torium.
5:30-Welcoming Social Hour
and Supper.

"CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"
409 South Division Street
10:30 a. m.-Regular Morning
Service.
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45 p. m.-Wednesday evening
testimonial meeting.
The Reading Room, 10 and 11
State Saving Bank Building is open
laily from 12 to 5 o'clock, except
Sundays and legal Holidays.

E ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts.

Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis
Rev. Mr. T. 'I. Harris,

SPEAK to the trainer,
the coach, the doctor,'
or the physiology pro-

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6:30-Youngl
President Ea
Leader.
10:45--Loyalty
"Why Is the

People's Meeting,
arl Oldham, '30,
Day. Sermon on-
Church."

8
11

:00 a. m.-Holy Coin
:00 a. m.-Morning
and sermon by Rev. I

s, Rector
Assistant
Lmunion.
prayer.
Cllr. Lewis.

fessor.

They'll tell you

that there is a no more
healthful habit than.
your daily two biscuits of

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HILLEL FOUNDATION

Dial 3779

615 E. University

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Waghington St. at Fifth Ave.
E.C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9:00 a. m.-Sunday school.

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)'
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Res. 1005 W. Washington St.
Phone 22341
September 30
9:00 a. m.--erman warshin'

Sh e

-4:00 p. tn - Sunday
services at Lane

Attend
church
regularly

TWO ROOM SUITE - Wel
nished for two, no other st
in the house, 513 Thomps

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