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15 94THE MICHIGAN DAILY -- PAG~ RE

'Who Gave Aid To
t Indian Prince?
Who was the M\ic lugan prolesso,,.
'wilo advanced the $1.00O0 bond wil
was necessa;'y to allow I 'pitin ingl
the Indian prince who :soughit in.mi
for admission to the II nit tASi aI u
in order that lhe might (come. to AI a
Arbor, to cross the United l tates 'to!
Queen's college, Canada?I
Following the pub)icaution of theo
story of Pritam's adventures in The
Daily of yesterday morning, numerous
inlquiries and offers of financial as-
sistance were received from a num.
ber of people. Efforts to locat ie the mn- ;I
known benefactor have h een ummcs-(.

R a ng oon, Burma, Oct. 1.- Seven,
1)'1511 eldt irlconlie ction with the"
011 1 1 o Pofeor ,aid Ms '
('!(asonl, Aa'er ian illssiolaiDS, have'
J'"E'5 C .,'li X) d. Apd n~

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1921 Dodge touring. Good nchlanica
condition. Good tires. New patiIn
job. $75. Call 2220 'or 725. Havenl
$6.00 WOOL BLANKEiTS, $4.50, al-
most new, pillows, double be(]
springs, mattress, high oven gas
stove. Stofflet Apts.. 505 Detroit
Street.
DODGE SEDAN Only $250.00; fairly
late model; recently ovrehauled;
has lots of pep. splendid tires and
fine condition throughout. A very
practical winter car. Call at resi-
dence, 424 W. Huron St.
1924 FORD ROADSTER, ori'ginhi
tiros, many extras including motor-
meter, chains, spare tire, spot light,
drum lights, car driven but little.
Call Smith, 2553-W.
FORD) SPEEDSITR Tuned up for
Illinois. Must sell. First 45 bucks
takes it. 513 Elm 366-M.
SIX IOOM MODERN -house in Cath-
erine. A large lot with shrubbery,
shade trees, garden and garage.
This home has been well kept up)
and is in fine condition. Very at-
tractive. Price and terms for quick
sale. Call 3290.
You WON'T Get stuck if you buy
this 1922 Oakland. It's in A-i shape
new battery, good tires and a right
price. Why not put your football
expenses in it and have a car be-
sides. Call 284 after G.
USED CARS OF QUALITY
AT PRI'ICES,15THAT AIPPEAL. TO ALL
7Pass. Haynes rTouring _..$275.00

Ti-REI PEOPLE~ to fgo to Illinois
t game, in a 'Studebaker enclosed
- car with student and wife. Call

2305 after 3 P. M.
-rroDUL OM *o audy.. cessful. The aid of the facultya,,diu,-
TWn OBL OM *o atra dent body is requested in order to lvcyi hsadTr ob
ghOcoer2.Ihne166! bring to light the name of the Pro- -
Sayder fessor and allow: others who are in- $ well(dressed. Readcy made c
= eese to communicate with him.clhigpoe
#LOST ..teresttding-fits certain pol
- RI~i~ST WVA(TTH White gold, initials JhJave Yon Voled? Apply on Camnpus. wel1, while others cannot
Y 11. . on back. Also fountain pen, ETILNI!iaiyb itd
Ilprintedl with name. Reward. Mar- :_______________________1 1,
ntDonaldson 904-R. dI. o l d ctlIai
1 S tDENT:7I
s S LOST' glasses in case between room We announce this fall a high1ualtycflths.
and campus. 1314-J. 506 E. Cath- f line of Suits and Oivercoals atX
eri'ne. # S$24i0 r d = { Q e l irLe in $4 suAtt
Talred to your indoivual measur
: .. r: ::: -.;:::;;. :"Taiy srei tailored in our own s1hoo.
:;:T.u;:a.:amu"o:icntyh:mre;ile:sipe;ucl. with the guarantee of complete
"'Mil~rd siversliper ucke.3satisfaction.
F'inder please call 3224M Also, Wilter-pro4)f Topcoats from Albert o stI
LOST Valuable Tan Silk Scarf on i s$12.ll0Deoitwih ode.0 115 South Main St.
Church between S. University/ and ' I N T1'INT~A.'rETAIIA)JIS, Over Walk-Over Store
Hill, Friday evening. 021 Church, Aniericaii Hotel___________________
i6:-1Zi. ' (C'l or Phone 123 for Appoitmen
LOST lpa ai meAlldgpha ."11!tI1D111i1 OmegaI111i1111111PpleI~i111111igeltlll pin.S ll&Ii-
URturn Ito Elizabeth Cam,:,bell, 1004 Ha e y u vste! h o
~IDOG---Japanese Spaniel. White with J Richard Ei. Enright (above), police
light brown markings. Call Di~. commissioner of New York City, has - ieia ldcaro ok
C. C. Classen. 429 Hamilton Place. brought a $150,000 libel suit against i T e
__________________ITl.21.LusA. Cuvillier (below), state as- ,rr ard?~eko o
semblyman. IHe bases the suit upon ret:ld? eknwio
MUI3statements he says Cuvillier made, = ^-N~.~ to do it properly, and ourHOE.
accusing police officials of being in - esna~e
ME+LLI_ GILJLESIPIE, Soloist and teach- league with bootleggers. Prices are veryresnb.
er, thirty year's experience. Man-V 17I . . . . -
serves were in a position. to score 'For..the
yosrcto.Tlehn419M twice, within ttie twventyt-five yardl irne, conie to
line, andI lost possession of the ball-I
thrug fmblng offinan, a man who just return- p~ T9
I d to the reserves from the Varsity
DO NSYsqUC~ uadshared equally 'ith W~eber the = 11 S. UI1-1iV ?eHY
leading role. H-offnman's work, both'ir(LS. hn_3 -
olthe offense and the defense, was *;illlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIII] 1111" ,oIIIIIII1tWIIIIIIIliiiliiiiilIllIIIJI lklIII
IcA'° 'res Inability to Hold Leather - ___________________________________
i Prevents Higlher Score Fencing TrYyo'Uts
jin Scrimmage }P i ~ rif~ n1

1918 Haynes Touring........ 150.00
1924 Essex Coach............ 775.00
1918 Buick Touring.... .....95.00
1919 Hudson Sport......325.00
1919 Chevrolet Touring....... 50.00
Jdst a Real Good Car
1922 Essex Touring........... 475.00
1921 Cleveland Cobupe......... 450.00
1922 Overland Touring........ 200.00
1920 Olds 8 Touring..........1,75.00)
1919 Cadillac Touring........ 775.00
1920 Cleveland Touring....... 265.00
1924 Touring.........195.00
iRuns Good-Tires Good
1922 Essex Cab .........625.00
Prettiest Job in Town
1920 Buick Touring ........... 150.00
1922 Ford Sedan .... ........ 275.00
1921 Studebaker Big Six
Touring.. ........... ...495.00
7-pas Looks and Thins Like New
1922 fluick Touring.......... 585,00
HUDl~lSON SALES & SERVICE
310 E. Washington St.
TERMS TIO SUIT YOUR POCKET
Terms to Suit Your Pocketbook
THlE BEST BUY IN TOWN
1923 STUTZ TOUR
Speedway Model
TIIIS CAR IS in exceptionally goodl
shape mechanically and the finish
is like new. It is equipped with an
automatic windshield wiper, spot
light, sun visor, windshieldI wings,
staop light, bumpers, Hartford shock
absorbers, motometer. Almost new
b~alloon tires and wire wheels. The
owner -of this car will be glad to
recommend this car to anyone in-
terested and demonstration can beI
had anytime.
ANN ARBOR SERVICE CO
Phone 3111-4 andI 494
1,'i~t SALE Sweet cider. Fresh daily.
Pring your jug. Charles Kfager,
61.7 S. Main.
BI4A1ND) NEW $75 E~nglishi Sack Suit
for $45. Dark Grey, two pants.
Size 39. Phone 1783-J after 6 P1. M.
CORDUROY Rleefer and Sheepskin
mackinaw, large sized, priced rea-
ablly; also closed top desk with
chair. Call 1560-W.
MISCELLANEOUS
J)R. W. S. MILLS
Osteopathic Physician
616 First National Bank Bldg. I
Phone 321 F-1
FOR RENT
A 'SINGLE ROOM 2 blocks from cam-,
pus. Well heateds. Well lighted.
Cheap. Only three students in
house. 1331' Geddes Ave. , Phone
2322-J.
GARAGE~ FOR RENT Cement floor,.
electric lights, $6.00 per month
1120 Lincoln Ave. Phone 1984-J.

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WEBEWR PROVES ST AR

-~ -All men interested in fencing will
report this afternoon at 4 o'clock in
Coach Mather's freshmen were un- Waterman gymnasium to Dr. George
Sable to stop the aerial attack of the A. May of the physical education de-
reserves in yesterday's scrimmage on
Ferryfiel, losng 1-0. artment who will coach the class.
r'Throughout the game the freshmen "It will not be necessary to bring
foils today but all tryouts should wear
were forced to play on the defense. tennis shoes," said D~r. May. At tihe
rThe freshmen line showed up well, first meeting practice in foot move-
but the backs were unable to gain menus will be stressed. After a timeC
consistently. Glover looked. the best training in foil fencing wvill begin.
in the yearling's backfield, saving Itiexcedohaewomtng
his team many times with his excel- Itiexcedohaewomtng
a week, Wednesdays at 4 o'clock and
lebet afrshunnntampsgh Saturdays at 11 o'clock, each session
eera resinn o capu, wo o last one dour. However Dr. MayM
wcnt to Detroit City college last sea- will give definite announcements at
soni, playedl the leading role for the I the meeting tis afternoon.
reserves. His consistent plunges -_
thr~ough the line put hlis team in posi- f ze c.1.TeVtcnms
tion to score tie Weber is also lion, which has been negotiating with
an excellent passer, heaving the twvo Trevrterstrto fcui
I passes that netted touchdowns. ' fixes in the schools, has reached an
1+uanbling was one of the weakness- agreement.
es showed by! both teams. The re-___________
BEAT LLINIS! EAT i'LLINOIS!
O BOY! PIANO AND PIPE ORGANIO h oY.
Thos frshl roste mel ~ PRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS
A Special Course for advanced
sandiches sure are, go!students, who plan to teach
Whizen you see that lender, piano is also offered.
Juicy port, beef adhapStudio-610 E. Liberty St. \
roakting on spits, you cn't Malcolm Apt. si
resist the temptation to try ~ Elid ISHRCRS
One. %formerly of University School of
i~Music, head of piano department
,~at The University of Washington
~ TT 1 and Bellingham State Normal.
B JARBECLUE IN1N Pupil of Leschetizky, Vienna.
440 outhStat St.Phone 21834
440 Suth tate t. Register Now

Increasing the
Value of Telephone
Service

The Michigan Bell Telephone Corne
pany always is building-always ex-
panading its service in order t~
efficientyly serve the.growing need
of Michigan.
Last year the Michigan Bell Tele1
phone Company's expansion was
one of the greatest in Michigan's
telephone history--and that program
is being continued.
108,984 miles of new telephone wires
were installed during 1923; 98,501 miles
to give additional local service; 10,483
miles of toll and long distance wires.
1,110,369 miles of wire now connect
the telephones of this. Company's
subscribers.
96,805 new telephones were connected
with the switchboards of this Company,
for a net gain of 36,117, during 1923;
49,686 were added through the purchase
of another company, both factors greatly
increasing the value of the service to
every telephone user in Michigan,
More than 437,000 telephonesareserved
by this Company over its own switch-
boards; its connecting companies in
Michigan serve 112,049 more; 14,000,-
000 others can be reached elsewhere in
the country. $10,320,380 represents the
total increase of telephone plant made
by this Company in Michigan last year.
And an organization of 10,279 loyal
telephone workers now serves Mich-
igan. It is their unanimous desire to
give the people of our state the
highest possible grade of telephone
service.>

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FOOTBALL !
ANN ARBOR HIGH SCHOOL
Versus
BATTLE CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
Saturday, October 18

Phone 912-M.
WANTED
ROOM FOR eight men to dIrive to Illi-
nois and return in Studebaker Big-
6. Call 3176-M before 5:30.
WANTED STUDENTS To come down
and see us at the Allenel Ilotel
Wednesday afternoon and evening
until 10 o'clock. The Edwards Co.
Exclusive Tailors to College men.
'W'ANTIBD Stuidents ea~rn big moneyl

Wines Field

2:30 P. M.

Admission 50c
Battle Creek Defeated Lans~ing 28-0.

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