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SAY, OCTOBF1R Z, 92(

#7I-E. MICIGAN t}AILY

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LAS 'l Fr w S U1CCESS MEETS USE OF
OIUMNCOLOSES ;TNT FORBLASTING ItE
AT3 .M.ADVERTISING a AT 3 P.N.
-___WaXVshi~n Oct. 1.- Useof TNT

I)A1L CLA~l~i~d) LATI
10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per readling line for;
three or more ipsertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per iare;rior.
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11e per
reading line for three or more insertions. White spaUce (lidrged -fr at samne
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. A-k about co tracts
for classified advertising,
"Jimnile-the-Ad-Taker"I
Phont 960

has proved successful in the lhterna-
tional ice patrol's efforts to keiep ~ndr-
thern Atlantic shipping lanes, free
from dangerous icebergs.
.jThe annual recounting of efforts of
the coast guard in the ice patrol
work, whlicli 'was begun' after the Ti-
tanic disaster, took pllact yesterday
at the Treasury," where the Ice Pai-
trot Board gathered to review the
season's achievements and make plass
for next spring.

diirectly ndretlyacusd tayndirecititlltlylltaclcltlltlildIIFttaIFlytlttof RclF~~t11i(.ttt ttl'~lI' "
not living Up, to her solemnn engage- ~E ~~
ments. He even remained slent'when ~ ~ t~A N Z r~r c c
Gilbert Murray, of Great Britain, op- 0" FRA~4 NKI\BR OS. ~
enly reproached the League for what x 4
he termed its neglect in protecting THE-B
weak communities against the chicane FIFTH AVENUE BOOT SHOP- T E 3
and tyranny of' the strong. = E OR A
Representatives of several countriesNE Y I
attacked the Ambassadors' Conference- WATCH F(
for making Greece pray Italy, 50,4O00AT
lire indemnity and crftictzed the Ant- E TI2.TI RT H
bassadors for refusing to permit the FALL EXIIBI AT ' HE RID
World Court to fix the reparation ,.in
accordane witk. previous understand-
Greece Pay's Indenty. E =1
Indemnity paid by Greece to Italy as'
aresult of the Janina incident was 1 _3
received by the director-general' of
the Bank of, Italy from the Bank of ~FNIFFi(I HN FIItIFF~lltllFIFIFUIFIF~~IlllfttFt~i
Switzerland today. This settles the %'I
Read The Daily "Classified" Columns
Greco-Italian trouble. r1°

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Single room $3. 803 Law-
rence.
TWO SINGLE ROOMS, 516 Cheever
Ct. Phone 2577-J.
FOR RENT-Nice suite of rooms in
excellent section, $8 Also 4 dou-
ble rooms." Call at 308 S. Fifith St.
ROOMS for light housekeeping for
men. 'Also few flats for families.
703 Moore St.
LARGE ROOM for two or one, also
spare in front room. 425 So. Divi-
sion. -Phone 1565-J.
TWO LARGE DOUBLE ROOMS on
first floor and one. fine suite up-1
stairs. 'Use of good dorm if desired.
422 Hamilton Place.
ATTENTION girl studenits, business
women or nuses. Have large single
room on secon'd floor for rent. 511
Cheever Court. Phione 516-J.
FIVE-ROOM apartment, first floor,
furnished. Phone 2831-R, 909
Packard.
ATTENTION GIRL students, business'
women or nurses. Have large single
room on second floor for rent. 511I
Cheever Court, Phone 51643.
PLEASANT SUITE for two or threej
men. One double room on first floor. I
325 E. Jefferson St., Phone 899-R.
LARGE FRONT ROOM-Four win-
dows, window seats, two built in1
closets. Suitable for two or three
men students, teachers or married
couple. 1110 Oakland.
TWO ROOMS AND A KITCHENETTE
furnished $10.50 week. 110 North
Ingalls.I
TWO -ROOM SUITE. Hlf block
from, Campus. No other 'roomers.
$8.00 per week. 213 S. Ingals.-
Phone 3050-W.
A LARGE GARAGE for one car. 511,
'Cheever. Ct. Phone 516-J.
A VERY DESIRABLE newly furnished'
room to be shared ith a 'congenial "
student. Phone 2 717-M. 925 S.
State.I
THREE OR FOUR ROOMS for light
housekeeping. Steam heat. 921 Mary
1313-J.
LARGE STEAM HEATED front room_
on ground floor, one block from
canmpus at 502 E. Liberty. Phone
47 0-M.

ROOlMMA", J+

Y1 . "I ri)._ 1-1ou,;ti

blocks from amn .5 per week. Lieut. E.- H. Smith, scientific ob-
Very convenient. G12 (.'hiech St. server for the patrol, said that the
- use of TNT in destroying the moun-
VWANTED !OMAH- Aejet tains of ice will be expanded" next
large airy roomz, z: w'y f t.nnlied; spring when the season opens.
singe bds;bat adoinn~.3~; S. Several new inventions designed to
Division St.I make ocean journeys safer from 'en-
ROOMATEj-- .50 a1 ,->.Nf , ;if- croaching 'ice were conjsidered. The
pleaant oom ~ ili-j 2I "Sonic range finder," 'developed by
Packard. !Dr. H-. C. Haynes, of the United
States Navy, to transmit and receive
TO BUY 8-y0 room hlotu;e. Ea,'t o sound waves propagated beneath 'th o
jMain St. Pox A. G. water, was described by the scientist

STUDJENTS I'W N1.}1S) to n-'l (1d 1LI.n-
able nursery stock durlm p:r
timle. Comnni s1ion jpad \V(52k~y.
IFor terms w'srite or c all Edward M.
1990im,27Cos~tet hn

LEAGUE OF NATIONS IN
DEBATE RBUKS ITALY

TO

OUR

PATRONS!

1 3G-1. ( Geneva, Oct. L. - (By AT.)- Well
CASIJIEP. F{OR ('fAF;TE II, _. Noons worthy of being characterized a world
and evenings. Cxood )nf for forum, with voices rising 'from four
capable and tustWOi't 1y e on continents, was the great debate in
Arcade Cafeteria: the Assembly of the League of Na-
tions when the delegates, while gen-
FIRST CLASS Student barber at once. ;erally approving the decision of the
Art's Garbler Shop. 7:17 No. Nni-' Council to submit the question. of
versity. the interpretation. of the Covenant to
jurists, scourged the old-time ,prac
JEWELER tics of 'bigger states coercing "th~e
weaker and also sent out a warning

We wish to announce that we no longer offer for sale to the public White
$tar or~ Starline gasoline at our yards or filling stations, and we will discontinue
selling White Star Motor oils as soon as the small stock wc now have on hand'
is ex~hausted.

IN THE FUTURE

_ DIAMOND. RIN 1 IiOU1NTING
White gold and platinilml ring mount-j;
ing in the newesl t styles3. Choose you-r
mounting andc have your (i lamond
mounted in our own workshop. 9
SPECIAL
Solid platinum wedding; rings $20.0:}. 1
ARNOLD STA.'JE S'1mv0,1P~ JEWELER
302 S. State
il21XiCLI l cvn r':om housein
southeast section. aim- . r - ho'a~i
011 Packard1 Stree(t, close to Stiito.!,
Two six rowu a t ,;n s i te wes t
part of the city. Caldl 24:N d aytilam.-
or 66 i-W feven in g,'.
ALL KINDS a of trunk and rtldoor Ikeysfc
1136 W. Huron St., Phorne 2408.
(I 3 yS t) p yp. ile ,

that henceforth violence must cease
and peaceful methods be followed in
harmonizing national difference.
Thavt it was a hard session for Italy
is the unanimous opinion in Geneva.
! Sg. Salandra, at the head of the Ital-
ian delegation, said nothing during
the debate, as speaker after spea~ker,
FOX TERR.IER, black and white,
brown collar, unclipped tail. Ans-
rwers to name 'of "Mick!' Phone
14(;13-
14 S V- -Pair of tortoise shell rimmed
gloeserrs Saturday night between the
1Majestic theater. Betsy Ross and
1208 Hill St. Finder call 390. Re-
WO i'd.

We will be pleased to offer to the users of gasoline, kerosene, and motor oils
exceptionally high" grade products which will be sold at all our filling stations
under 'the following trade names :
.Mlv1hlgamme G, soline iTmo Grades
"Nov Nav~y" Gasoline and "Aviation" Gasoline
"Valyoline," "Veedolard," "Wolverine' Notor 011s
Each of the above products are leaders in their line and conform to our belief in the
policy of markeifng.'prducts of superior quality at the regular price.

CONKLIN fountain
Owners name on cap.
Br onon. 15 "1 -W.

pen Friday.
Call Marjorie

MICI fAMNIF
Cor. North Wfnce~ster anid Twvelftli
Cor. Huron and Ashley

OIL

REMINGTON '13UA 131,F] T ypewrit-
er's. The only port-Odle with a
standard keyboeard.
13lac k, (604 E 1i ie dion. 180f)
Sizperiiuous
FACIAL HAW11"
Reimoved lrmaloelfly by
IEe' trolysis
ELECTIRO-Cos IYF1"PC SERVICE

1

SLTE FOR TWO, ,three blocks f rom
campus. Sleeping porch. Excel-
ently furnishd. Reasonaible rate.
Call 2999.
FU~RNISHED HOUSE wil piano. 1145
Forest Ave., Phone 261-3.I

Hours:
1 to
4.30 P. M.

22 4 Ndi cel's;Arcade

FOIL RENT-Large front room, steam
B,~eat. Phone 1194-M. 422 E. Wash-
gton.I
FOR SALE
Same day optical service. Arcade
Jeweler and Optometrist.
TWO 4-PIECE SUITS size 38. One
gray and one blue-bargain. 924
E~. Ann.
SE~T OF DRAWING instruments.
cheap. Call Pollen, 2956-J.
SPENCER MICROSCOPE, 3 objectives
$90.00. 531 S. Division St.
SAX~APHONE, Lyon & Healy. E.
Flat Alto. Good as new. Very
reasonable. Phone 1809. 604 E.
M~adison.
FOR SALE with immediate possession
one six and one seven room house
very convenient to the Campus.
Low down payment. Gorton Peal
Estate Agency. Phone 2438 or 661-'W
in the evening.
MUSICAL
TO' STUDENTS we offer our exper-.
ience gained by 27 years of unin-
terrupted service in recommending
and furnishing musical goods best
suited to their Individual needs.
Quality. above price. Schaeberle
arid Sons Music House. 110 S. Main
street.
WANTED
FACUTiLTY FAMILY wants college or
high school girl to help principally,
to care for 2 small children in re-
turn for room or rom and board.
Hlours can be adjusted to conve -
nience;. Telephone 1098-J.
GOOD TENOR SOLOIST for c hurebi
work. For information call 305
Maynard St.

1FOU!ND
A place to have jewelry and wvatch
repairing p~romlptly done.
ON t;Ai1PIS., three 'o'clock Sept. 28,
gold pin.- Owner can have samne byt
phoning Merrill 2291-R , pr(oving
ownership, and Ihaying; for this ad. 1
A BAR PIN at opening; -lance. Mlay
obtain same by calling at Academly
office. r g ! /ay
SPECIAL SIPS months mrembership at!
Y. M. C. A. 5. All privileges.j
Bath and swim forn nmeumbr, al, s

LOST' a fount ain pien bearing the
na-mer Emile Hlade Vege. Please re-
turns to 304, 915 Sybil.
LOS '-Waterman Ideal fountain pen
minus cap. Between U. Hll and
State street by way of path. Re-
turn to Daily office.
BOARD
A FEW1 young men to board in private
home. Reasonable rates.' 600 Cath-
erine St., Phone 2454-1.
TH OSE TASTY meals you get at San-
quist Inn, 615 church street, are the
best anywhere. You should try them
and be convinced. Under new man-
agement.
SIX YOUNG MEN to board in private
homei. Reasonable rates. 1221
Prospect St. Phone 3337-J.
THE1 BUSY EE
PASSES
WATCH'l FOR OPENING
-OF-
THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN

Part ofte ay'
Keeping posted on the events
of the clay should be part of
the day's business
Know the News of the Mute
Know the N4ews of Michigan

Cor Fourth and Catherine
10 North Adanis, Ypsilanti

-m -NMI is an- . 11- r Elma IN*. .

ttheYZ. !. C. fA. c'pc.
LOSTH 1_.1LT
LOST-=-Tan I-Ia. Tintiis C. W. C.= Ri P FIT IF YOU WISH TO
Call 3015. . SUCCEED.
FRATERNITY PIN-FlK.A E ' IY GOOD TO YOUR FEET.
e ai P h e 094. m'.,
SELF-SUPPORTING student lost two CH~IROPDISUT
twenty-dollar bills. Finder Iplease -=unh*iu2{ ,.
return to M. Salamo, 618 N. Main St. 707 N. Ujniv. Ave. Phy2~
Reward.,

There is no better medium than "TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY' to keep in touch
with what is going on.

is - t1

Cn J. .aAG";n

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$ OR

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150

SuscrLOe

Distinctive
Exact .'y ti?: ii 1,1yfor z,'iurl corre-
sponioC:?{:'. . G c,?ve E ZI-A aer has
quality, :p- ac'And individuality
at a sw ell o) t. Because it is made
in the ii ,a-6 of thxa paper country you
stet the iowest pi,;,- illC price.

O n the GiAMPUS or at the PRESS BLDG.

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TWO OR THREE unfurnished rooms
or sn~ll apartment suitable for club.
rnia flBox11-L'.

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