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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAC

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Always

the best for

your money

Fashion's latest in clothing and furn-
ishings for young men

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ARCADE

MAIN STREET
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FOR
EVERYTHING
ELECTRICAL
No Job too Smal or too Large
WASHTENAW
ELECTRIC SHOP
"The Shop of Quality"
If it's not right we make it right
-PHONE 278 -
200 E. Washington 117 Pearl
Ann Arbor Ypsilanti

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Prescription
Store

SUNDAY SEBIICES iN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
Methodist Episcopal Church-Morn-
ing service at 10:30. Subject of ser-
Mon "You." Students' classes at 12
noon.
First Presbyterian Church-Sermon
at 10:30 by the Reverend Barrett on
"The'Life Worth While." Evening
service at 7:30 with "A Message from'
Camp Custer.",: Meeting of Young
Peoples' society at 6:30.
First Congregational Church- Rev.
L. C. Douglas will deliver sermon at
10:30 on "The Gates of Gaza." Stu-
dent classes at 12 noon and Plymouth
Round Table at 06:45 with subject,
"The Power of An Ideal," lead by Mr.
Meyer. Sermon lecture at 7:30 on
"Imperial Living."
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church--Holy
communion at 7:30 a. m., and sermon
on "Every Man's Life Necessary" at
10:30 by the Reverend Tatlock. Eve-
ning prayer and sermon at 4:30 by
Mr. Harris. .
Bethleham German Evangelical
Lutheran Church-Sermon in German
at 10 o'clock on "Mission." Bible class
for students at 11:30 and services in'
English at 7:30.
First Church of Christ (Scientist)-
Sermon at 10:30 on "Unreality."
Testimonial, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
Second Baptist Church- The Rev.
John B. Pharr will deliver the sermon
at 10:30 on "Temptation." Sermon at
7:30 on "Remembrance." Meeting of
B. Y. P. U. at 6:30.
Community ; Chapel - Children's
meeting at 6:30 and community meet-
ing at 7:30 p. m., with sermon on "The
Recompense of Worship."
Zion Lutheran Church-No morning
service. Evening service at 7:30.
First Baptist Church-Morning dis-
cussion by Dr. Waterman at 9:30, with
discussion on "The Making of the New
Testament,' at the Guild house. Ser-
mon at 10:45 on "Left Over Gods."
Church of Christ-"The Boomerang
of a King," subject of sermon at 10:30
by Mr. N. C. Fetter. Meeting of the
Young People's society at 6:30.
St. Thomas' Roman Catholic Church
-Masses at 6, 7:30, 8:30, and 10:30
with sermon at 10:30 by the Rev. M. P.
Bourke. Vespers at 7:30 p. m.
Unitarian Church - Sermon by the
R*. R. Loring at 10:30 on "The
Needed Gospel of Justice." Open
meeting of Students' society at 6:30
with illustrated address by Prof. C.
L. Meader on "Russia and the War."'
German Methodist Church- Sermon
at 10:30 in German by the Rev. H.'
Bau. Young Peoples' meeting and'
song service at 7.
Trinity English Church - Morning
services at 10:30. No evening service.'
Broadway X. E. Church - Class
meeting at 9:30. Sunday school and
special program at 10:30.
Bethel A. X. E. Church-Sermon at
10:30 on "Providence" and class meet-.
ing at 11:45. Evening service at 7:30.

MISS ZOE BARNETT IN "MISS
SPRINGTIME" AT THE WHITNEY
THEATER, MONDAY, OCT. 8.

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* "Odds and Ends of 1917," at the
* Garrick.
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* "Miss Springtime" at the Whit-
* ney, Monday, Oct. 8.

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Cor. State St. and N, UnivErsity
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Majestic-Wm. S. Hart
Disciple."
Orpheum - Shirley M
"Lady of the Photo." "I
dren Count?" two reels.

ason; in
Do Chil-

"Just a Little BETTER"
ICE CREAM
for all occasions

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TRUBY S
218 S. Main Street

Buy a Cash Card
$2.50 VALUE FOR $2.25
We make a specialty of silk
shirts .-. All goods launder-
ed by hand Goods called
for and delivered. ..
Moe Laundry
Phone 2355 204 N. MAIN ST.

Wuerth-Billie Burke in "The
Mysterious." Also Holmes Travels
and Victor Moore Comedy.
Rae-Bessie Love in "A Daugh-
ter of the Poor." Triangle com-
edy, "Caught with the Goods."
Rae Weekly Review.

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L. C. SMITH,

UNDERWOOD
and other high
grade type-
writers.
FOR SALE
and RENT
Fraternity and Social Stationery
MIMEOGRAPHING and PRINTING
TYPEWRITING
0. D. .MORRILL
322 South State St.
(Over Baltimore Lunch)
I its anything Photo-
graphic ask SWAIN
713 East University Ave.

STOP AT
TUTTLES
338 MAYNARD
For Lunches and Sodas

Radio Military
WristWatcles
$4.25 to $21

RC48E~l f t.4FRYg

Fountain Pens
Waterman
and ConKiin

U. of M. Jewelry
Schlanderer & Seyfried

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Episcopal Students Invited to Guild
Episcopal students are invited to
use the Episcopal guild house, Harris
hall, corner State and Huron streets,
which is open every day. The reading
rooms contain newspapers, magaines,
and books, which are at the disposal
of any who wishes to use them. The
office hours of Mr. Harris are daily
from 1 to 3 o'clock.

Af SUMMER RESORT PIANOS
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1917
GRIN NELL BROS.
MUSIC HOUSE
1 14 8O. MAIN ST. A N ARBOR

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FOR RENT
I RENT-Large brick house suit-
b1e for fraternity or club. Large
rounds. Very large dining room.
squire of G. F. Allmendinger.
I RENT -- Two very desirable
uites-at reduced price-well heat-
I.-electric lights-and telephone.
l5 E. Huron.
R RENT-Front suite $3. Also
agle room $2. if taken by two
ersons $2.50. 338 E. Catherine St.

WANTED

WANTED- Men and Women to take
orders for guaranteed Nursery
Stock br Spring 1918 delivery.
Large ernings. Healthful, pleasant
work. Graham Nursery Co., Roch-
ester, N.Y.
WANTED-A girl student to take care
of five rear old child for two or
three hairs several afternoons a
week. Dbone 658-,.
WANTED--A club or fraternity to
board. irivate dining room-smok-
ing pritileges. $5 per week.
Phone 18-R.
LOST
LOST-Alpla Phi pin. Finder please
return to 814 S. University. Re-
ward.
LOST-Athletic book in South Stand
near 20-yard line. Finder call 2182-J
Reward.
LOST-Pocket book containing $52.00.
Call 1170-M.

Noted Japanese Educator Here
Kasu Norisugi of Tokio, inspector-
general of public instruction for Jap-
an, was in Ann Aroor Friday for the
purpose of acquainting himself with
the University methods of education.
Norisugi is on a year's leave of ab-
sence, and is making a four months
tour of America before inspecting
European educational institutions.
Change in Time of Miitary Drill
To conform to the changes made in
time for the classes in the University,
military training will begin one-half
hour, earlier than it has in the past
few .days. The time, which will take
effect next Monday, will be 4 o'clock.
Florists at Ohio State have not been
hard hit .by the high cost of living.
At present they are doing a splendid
business because of the popularity
of the women students with the avi-
ators stationed at Dayton.
Hoppe's Bleacher pictures of the
"Michigan and Case" game for sale
at the "Arcade Floral Shop," opposite
sub-post office station in the Nickels
Arcade.-Adv.
We are expert floor finishers, and
Old English Floor Wax, only 55c. C.
H. Major & Co.-Adv.
-Adv.
Laundry cases, enough for everyone.
At Wahr's.-Adv.
Engineers- Ask to see a "Rust"
Lettering Scale at Wahr's.-Adv.

AT THE WHITNEY
"Miss Springtime," the charming
musical success, which comes to the
Whitney tomorrow night carries a
comany of over 75 people. The scenery
and costumes are the same used re-
cently in all season runs in New York
and Boston, and the original cast is
complete.
The piece contains much delightful
humor and the romantic story is en-
twined with a spirit of youth and
gayety. Frank McIntyre, Zoe Barnett,
Hattie Burks, and other equally fa-
mous stars, help to make this produc-
tion one of the most magnificent that
has ever been sent on tour.
AT THE GARRICK
Detroit
"Odd and Ends of 1917," this week's
offering at the Garrick, is announced
as a chummy, musical review. It is
not a review of New York successes
but is rather in the nature of a satir-
ical comment on the affairs of the day.
There is a military note throughout
the whole, and the atmosphere of the
piece is never allowed to become
gloomy.
Miss Frances Caspari, teacher of
Voice Culture, Term beginning Oct. 2.
Studio, Room 12, Corwell Bldg., Cor.
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= WuerthTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
.=. Prices: 15 Cents
Matinees 2, 3:3o. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Sun-Mon-7-8-Billie Burke in "The Mys-
= terious Miss Terry." Also Holmes
Travels and' VictorMoore Comedy.
C Tues-Wed-9-ro-Mae Murray in "A Mor-
man Maid." Also O'Henry Stories.
Thurs-Fri-ri 12-Sessue Hayakawa'in
s "Hashimura Toga." Also Keystone=
Comedy.
Sat-13-Wm. Russell in "Pride andthe
= Man." Also Serrial, "Neglected=
= Wife," No.6.
Sun-Mon-14-15-Geo. Cohn in "Seven
= Keys to Baldpate." Also H-olmes=
Travels and Victor Moore Comedy.
Tues-Wed-s6-17-"Romona," by Helen
=Hunt.Jackson. xo Reels.
OrpheumTheatre
-. BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Prices: roc unless otherwise specified
- Matinees 2, 3:3o. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Sun-7-Shirley Mason in "Lady of the
ePhoto." "Do Children Count?" two
C reels.-
Mon-8-Gail Kane, in "The Bride's Sil-
ence." Serial, Helen Holmes in
- "Lost Express," No. r.
Tues-9-Thos. Ince in "Civilization."
= Evening rsc.=
Wed-io-John Mason in "The ITiber-
tine." 7 Reels. Evening r 5c.
=" Thur-r r-Bessie Love in "Wee Lady
Betty." Also Triangle ComedyLand
Ford.
Fri-a-Enid Bennett in "They're Off."
= Also Triangle Comedy and Ford. -
Sat.-13-Antonie Morens in "The Angel
Factory." Also Mutual Travels and
SComedy. Evening :~c.
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ns and suite at at-
Call 1028 Church

-Three suites $4 each or
413 Thompson.
FOR SALE
- Three good violins.
asonable. Call evefiings,
atherine St.

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