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_THE MICHIGAN DAILY sATUi

Book AnalyzesHousing Trends'
The latest publication of the Bu- ployment, earnings and population.
reau of Business Research, Michigan Building and its costs, subdividing,
P -in,4ss Reports No. 4, "The Detroit the mortgage market and FHA .in-
-Thusing Market," by Prof. Richard sured loans are considered as supply
U. Ratcliff, assistant director of the factors. In additions the report in-
bureau and assistant professor of real cludes a presentation of various mar-
estate management, went to press ket indicators which reflect the int
early in September. teraction of the forces of supply and
This book is a factual analysis of demand.
the current trends in the Detroit, The material covered in the report
hcusing market. The market is an- is limited in scope to the metropoli-
alyzed by examining spearately each tan area of Detroit, but it has general
of the factors which affect housing value in illustrating a technique of
demand and supply. Among the market analysis which may be ap-
forces of demand discussed are em- plied in any city.
Classified Directory
STRAYED, LOST, FOUND -- 1 FOR SALE-Used bicycle, man's.
LOST-Shell rim glasses in black Good condition, $13.00. 509 Ben-
case. Bob Wagner. 2-2565. jamin. Phone 8735.
LOST-Red plaid jacket lost between PRIVATE INSTRUCTION -15

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- Movies of club activities will be shown. day: 8 a.m. Holy Communion; 11 a.m. of the topic: "Looking Forward To Prof. Preston Slosson will speak on
Y OFFIC CAL Dues will be payable at that time. JKindergarten, Harris Hall; 11 a.m. Peace," led by a member of the fac- "Europe Takes the Plunge." We will
Lets have everyone interested in glid- Junior Church; 11 a.m. Morning Iulty. uclose in time to attend the Int-
LLETIN ing out there. Prayer and Sermon by the Rev. Henry I__ld meeting.
Lewis; 5:45 p.m. Student meeting, First Church of Christ, Scientist:
cued from Page 4) ChurcHarris Hall. Buffet supper, 15 cents. 409 S. Division St. Student Evangelial Chapel me?,-
Meeting adjourns 7:45 p.m. to the! Sunday morning services at 10:30. ing: All students interested in evtn-
second meeting Tus- First Baptist Church: 512 East Hu- Subject, "Are Sin, Disease, and gelical Christianity are invited to a
from 7-9 p.m. in Room ron. Sunday services: Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre to hear Death Real?" worship service in the Grand Rapids
Engineering Building. :g Dr. Edwin E. Aubrey on "The Church Golden Text: Psalms 103; 2, 3. 'Room at the Michigan League on
10:45, Morning Worship. Tana.the Social Crisis." Sponsored by Sunday School at 11:45. Sunday morning at 10:30. Dr G.
12:00-Student Round Table. ;Inter-Guild. i ____~oris will speak on "Dynamic test."
an B and Discussion, "What About the Bible." First Methodist Church, State and There will also be an evening wor-
6:15, Roger Williams Guild in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latt-r- Washington Sts. Morning worship ship at 7:30 in the Michigan League
Guild House, 503 East Huron St. Day Saints: Sunday School and dis- service at 10:40 o'clock. Dr. C. w. VChapel; Dr. Goris' sermon topic for
Prm 8:-Inter-Guild Rally at Lydia.cussion group 9:30 a.m. Chapel. Wom- Brashares will preach on "Ocean and this service will be "Abiding Values."
en's League. Waves."
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PUBLIC Evening School Classes be-
gin Monday evening, Oct. 9, at the
Ann Arbor High School. Business,
hobby, recreation and academic
courses are offered. Low registra-
tion fee. For further information
call 5797.
MISCELLANEOUS -20
WILL YOU PAY 7c A WEEK
For TIME Magazine
FOR A LIMITED TIME
TO COLLEGE STUDENTS
AND FACULTY
$2.50 ENTIRE SCHIOOL YEAR
You Save 8c per Copy
Lou Grossman or Bud Gerson
3582
LA MAISON FRANCAISE, 820 Ox-
ford. A few reservations available
for evening dinner. Special rates
for students. French spoken-de-
lightful atmosphere. 2-2185.
COLLEGE BEAUTY SHOP-Offers
good work at low prices all week.
Shampoos and wave 50c. Revlon
oil manicure 50c. Special oil end
permanents $1.95. Open evenings.
2-2813.
RENT A RADIO
$1 a month
Few fine sets left
STOFFLET'S
327 S. Main 523 Liberty
TRANSPORTATION - 21
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL -,
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company. Phone
7112.
ACCOMMODATIONS for 3 persons
back to Lansing Saturday after
the game returning Sunday eve-
ning. Phone 23-24-1.

Against_ Mate's
Before an audience of eighty-five
thousand assembled for the Michi-t
gan-Michigan State game this after-
noon, the 1939 edition of the Michi-.
gan Band will make its first appear-
ance of the year, trying for musical
honors of the day with one of its
strongest competitors, the State1
Band.
The friendly rivalry between the
State and Michigan Bands has be-
come almost as much of a tradition
as the Brown Jug for which Michi-
gan and Minnesota battle . With its
fine record for entertainment on the
playing field at stake the band will
present the best that it can offer.
Twirling the baton for the band
will be Gilbert Stevenson, drum ma-
jor chosen a few days ago from
a large group of tryouts for the posi-
tion. It is probable that assistant
'drum major, Jack Sherill, who towers
6 feet, 8 inches, the tallest drum ma-
jor in any American University, will
lend color to the band's appearance.
In the past the. band has received
nation-wide publicity for the forma-
tions which it has presented on the
playing field.

m.enaeUsson n LeaLre.
Prof. Edwin Aubrey of Chicago
Divinity School speaks on "The
Church and the Social Crisis."
First Congregational Church: State
and William Streets.
10:45 a.m. Public Worship. Profes-
sor Preston W. Slosson will speak on
"Science and Religion Allied Against
Despotism,"
6 p.m. Student Fellowship Supper.
7 p.m. Address by Professor Ben-
nett Weaver, "Students in Quest of a
Religion That Works."
First Presbyterian Church, 1432
Washtenaw Ave.
10:45 a.m., "A Free Man's Judg-
ment" will be the subject of Dr. W.
P. Lemon's sermon at the Morning
Worship Service.
5:30 p.m., Westminster Guild, stu-
dent group, will meet for a supper and
fellowship hour. At the 6:45 meet-
ing there will be a devotional service
led by George Wills, after which the
group will hear Dr. Habib Kurani, of
the American University at Beirut,
Syria, speak on "Syrian Youth and
Religion."
8 p.m., The Sunday Evening Club
will meet in the Lewis-Vance par-
lors.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Sun-

Trinity Lutheran Church, William
Unitarian Church: Corner of State Stalker Hall. Student class at 9:45 and Fifth Streets 10:30 a.m. Church
and Huron Streets. 11 a.m. morning la.m. at Stalker Hall. Mr. Lawrence services. Sermon by Rev. H. 0.
service. Rev. H. P. Marley will speak Vredevoogd will lead the discussion on Yoder.
on the subject, "These Things Are "The Christian Honor Code."
Immortal." Wesleyan Guild meeting at 6 p.m. Zion Lutheran Church, Fifth ad
7:30 p.m. The Liberal Students' at the church. Supper and fellow- Washington Streets. 10:30 a.m.
Union will meet in the Library of the ship hour will begin at 6 p.m.mand, Church services. Sermon by Rev. E.
Church. There will be a discussion the meeting will begin at 6:45 p.m. 0. Stellhorn.

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