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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ALL-CAMPUS IUHNLYf
NOT HALTED BY RAIN
Despite rather unfavorable
weather conditions during the past
few days the all-compus tennis
tournament is progressing accord-
ing to schedule and all of the 64
matches in the first and second
rounds in the singles have been
played off, as well as some of the
first round doubles which are not
dut to be completed until Monday.
The large number of entries in
the singles tournament, 86 in all,
is ani increase of 21 over the num-
ber entered in this event last year
and includes all kinds of men
ranging from pure dubs to ranking
national players. In the list of en-
trants is quite an array of men
who have starred in tournaments
in various sections of the country.
The third and fourth round
matches will be finished before
Tuesday night if the weather per-
mits constant play. This will
bring the tournament players to
the quarter-finals in which some
real matches should be staged.

FRESHMEN PHYSICAL
TRAINING

CCNFERENCE GRID ELEVENS WILL
SSWING INTO 1928 SEASON TODAY

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LASSIHE
ADVERTISING

Dr. George R. May makes
final announcement that all
classes and athletic squads
for freshmen begin Monday,
October 8. All freshmen must
classify and secure lockers in
Waterman Gymnasium.

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According to reports from th
intramural department, which is
conducting the tournament, Rein
'dell, Voegele, Swanson, Dusenbury
Ryan, Clark, Anna, Beal, Brace
Pendell, and Angall are most like
:ly to advance on the basis of their
showing in the opening rounds o
play.
First round doubles matches be-
tween the 33 teams entered in th
tournament are to be completed by
Monday night if the schedule of
the intramural department is car-
ried out. The Nelson-Dusenbury
I combination appears to have a
slight edge over the others having
I defeated Lutski and Miller, 6-4
6-2. Of the other two matches al-
ready played, Kimball and Phelps
defeated Koneczny and Chadman
6-3, 6-1.

(Contin ucd from Page 6.) action at one of the halves against
Of the other Big Ten teams, the highly touted DePauw team.
I Northwestern seems destined to Stagg, alarmed by the ease with
have the toughest battle today which the freshmen ' have been
when Butler college invades Dyche gaining against the first team, -has
stadium for the opening game of been working to bolster the Chi-I
the year. while the Wildcat re- cago line to stave off a second
serves will met Loyola in the sec- practice game beating when Wyo-
' oud game of a doubleheader. ming meets the Maroons in one
e Coach Hanley will have to rely on half of a doubleheader, while the
s sophomores to plug the holes left reserves and Lake Forest will clash
- at the ends and in the backfield E in the second tilt.
, by graduation of veterans, but has Iowa will open its season against
, an experienced line from tackle to Monmouth with a veteran line and
- tackle and Levison, and Holmer to a powerful backfield to pit against
r form a backfield nucleus. the vistors. Myles McLain, star,
if Stagg is Worried Cherokee fullback, is again in uni-
Coach Phelan of Purdue also form and will play at least part of
-finds himself- with the problem of the game.
e selecting a fulback to use against Nagurski to! Get Test
Y the DePauw eleven at Blooming- Coach Zuppke, faced with a lack
- ton today. It is expected that the of reserve material for the Illini
Boilermaker mentor will start Mil- opener against Bradley, has bor-
Y 1er at full, Cook and Guthrie at rowed several men from the re-
the halves, and Harmeson at quar- serve squad, which is slated to
g ter. Although Welch, due to a knee meet De Paul at Chicago today.
, injury, is not expected to be among He has also transferred Hickman
- the starters, he will probably see from an end to a backfield position.
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bull terrier. Black with whi
markings. Finder call 9534. R
ward. 12,
LOST-ZBT fraternity pin, di
mond shape. Finder please retu
to R. J. Livingston, phone 35
Reward offered. 12,13,:
LOST-White gold wrist wat
trimmed with black enamel, in
tials T. M. M. on back. Plea
return to Thelma M. Meyer, 9
East University. Phone 21136. R
ward.

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lie dog. Reward for informs
leading to his return. Call 2:
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Campus Bootery
304 So. State

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Two large room apart-
ment with shower on first floor.
Private entrance. Everything
furnished for three people. Also
a vacancy in a large suite. 720
So. State. Dial 6826. 12,13,14
FOR RENT - Large front room.
Married couple or graduate stu-
dents preferred. On first floor.
Inquire 330 Thompson. 12,13
FOR RENT-A very desirable room
for two or three boys. Mrs. Prask,
735 Haven Ave. Phone 6544. 12
12,13;17,18,19
FOR RENT-Large, airy room, two
blocks from campus. Very rea-
sonable rent. 314 E. Liberty. Call
8117. 12,13,14
FOR RENT-Very pleasant single
room., strictly modern. 802 Mon-
roe St. Call 8117. 12,13,14
FOR RENT - Delightful double
room, one block from campus. 612
Church St. Call 8117. 12,13,14
FOR RENT-Apartment. Call 5800
or evenings 6858. c
11,12
FOR RENT-R o o m s for light
housekeeping. Private bath. 908
Mary. No children. Phone 9564.
11,12
FOR RENT-Chair and lovely suite
-Girls' League House. Only six
Other girls. Two minutes from
the campus. 224 S. Thayer. Dial
4093. 11,12,13
FOR RENT-Two large double
rooms for graduate students,
nurses or business girls. Steam
heat, also garage. Dial 8544.
422 E. Washington. 9-10-11-12
FO4 RENT-Large double room.
Will rent as single or double. Also
vacancy for one man on second
floor. Phone 22352. 425 So. Divi-
sion. Mrs. Osborn. 10,11,12
TWO ROOM SUITE-Well fur-
nished for two, no other students
in the house, 513 Thompson St.
Dial 7958. 11,12,13,14,15,16
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Sweet cider; grapes
and grape juice. Call R. E. Wag-
ner, 9534 or 22413.
FOR SALE-New banjo, Gibson
make, also case. Both new. 1024
Lincoln. Dial 4561. 10, 11, 12
FOR SALE-Piano; good condition.
Call 6013. 10, 11, 12, 13
WANTED
WANTED-Tutors. Proficient and
experienced in any University
course. Phone 9727 between 9
and 5 daily. 12,13
WANTED-Girl to work for room
and board. Phone 21588.
11,12,13,14,15
NOTICE-H. W. Clark Shoe Fac-
tory, corner of South University
and Forest. Let us save you 20
percent on your repair work.

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SUNDAY

CHURCH SERVICE

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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State and Washington Sts.
Arthur ', Stalker, D.D., Minister
Parley C. Binghamn, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-"Stopping at an:
Inn," Dr. Arthur W. Stalker's
sermon subject.
7:30 p. m.-"The Burning
Heart," Rev. Samuel J. Har-
rison's sermon subject.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle f. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Irs. Nellie B. Caldwell, Secretary
for Women
10:00-Student class inAudi-
torium. T e xt: "You Are
Chosen." Communion service.
5:30-Welcoming Social Hour
and Supper.
6:30-Young People's Meeting,
6:30 - Devotional hour, Dr.
Merle Anderson, leader.
10:45-Loyalty Day. Sermon on
"Why Is the Church."

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, Minister
for Students
10:30-Morning worship. Sermon.
Mr. Sayles' text: "We Preach
Christ Crucified."
12:00-The Churcht 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-Miss Henrietta Howser,
'27, formerly of Guild, will
speak on "The 'College Stu-
dent's Religion.
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Be
constant
in
your
reliion

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelcal Synod of 1. A.)
Fourth Ave., between Packard
and Williams
Rev. C. William Roth
9:00-Sunday school.
10:00-English service.
11:00-German service.
Attend
church
regularlv
on
Sundays
FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
10:30 a. m.-Regular Morning
Service. Sermon topic : "Un-
reality."
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School fol-
lowing the morning service.

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner State and William Sts.
Allison Ray Heaps, -Minister
Sunday morning worship, 10:45.
Sermon by minister: "The
Meaning of Service."
Young Peoples' meeting at 5:30
under auspices of Student Fel-
lowship. Allison R. Helps gives
an illustrated lecture on -Helen
Hunt Jackson's "Ramona."
ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L. Harris, Assistant
9:30 a. m.-The Church School.
11:00 a. m.-Thei, Kindergarten.
9:30 a. m.-Holy Communion
(Harris 'Hall).
11:00 a. m.-Holy Communion
and sermon by the Rev. Lewis.
8:00 a. m.--Holy Communion.
6:30 p. m.-The Student Sup-
per, speaker, Mr. Wm. Laird.
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
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Riding boots from $10 up; go
shoes from $8 up; moccasins
ten different leather styles, $
All kinds of shoes made to yo
measure.

WANTED-A girl to work for room
and board, caring for child after-
noons. Call 4731 morning or eve-
heat; always hot water. 311
MISCELLANEOUS
BOARD-Strictly home-cooked food
by week. 508 Elm St. Second
house from Geddes. Phone 7592
12,13,14
DINNER Served Every Evening
from six to seven. Good southern
cooking. Only 65c. Sunday 75c.
At 1001 Forrest Ave. 11,12,13
FOUND-A pocketbook on Friday,
Oct. 5. Inquire 715 So. Division.
Phone 7281. 12
MICHIGAN

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HILLEL FOUNDATION
615 E. University Dial 3779
4:00 P.m. - Sunday

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.

E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor

DAILY
WANT

9:00 a. m.-Sermon in the Ger-
man language.
10:30 a. m.-Service with ser-
mon on "Breathing the Air of
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