THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1925
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING At 3P.M,
U.S 5sTROOPS REMAIN
IN PANAMA RHPULIC'
Lassiter Notifies War D1)parmen '
That Soldiers Police ( ity
canal authorities had not intervened. range, a thick steel backstop, perect
A message to the War department illumination, and a sandpit replacing
from Major General Lassiter, com- the mats formerly used by the rifle-
nanding the Anierican forces in the men, the new range, according to a
Canal Zone, attributed the disorder saty ment made yesterday by Capt.
"'esp~ecially to corntrorersies bzt we :I2l1.'l. Pricker, c(?3iwnlflfdel of the UJni-
tenants and landlords." veryity It. 0. T. C., is unsurpassed
-m!.2 , he oehagts of the Western
NAM ".I' l 1 lA lne eo)]eilte matches, undIer the,
1111 1 M ml -oil
TAILORING FOI SLE-Ford touring, new tires,
Studenls T'ailoring Bhone 8040 s'arter and lights. Motor just over-
Cor. N. University and Thayer hauled. Call Beckwith 8974. 1434
IEN'S SUITS CLEANED AND Washington Heights.
PRESSED), $1.25 i---
TROUSERS RESSE , c FOi. SALE-Cheap 1921 Ford touring.
'LEAINGUER ESSGEPA, G Ias new tires and was just over-
CLEANING, PRSING, REPAIRING; hauled. Call Miller 22348.
AND ALTERiNG A 8I'ECtALTY ____________________
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND iIOR SALE-Ilarley Davidson Motdr-
COATS cycle with side car, 1923. good con-
REASONABLE PRICES rdition $110. 636 Oakland Ave. Tel.
Work C"aled For And :Delive red 5"')4.
NESTLE PERMANENT Wave special FOR SALE-1919 Maxwell touring
for October $15. Bentley Beauty car. Excellent condition. cheap.
Shop, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373. Call 4872.
FOUNTAIN PEN SERVICE 1913 CADILLAC 7 passenger touring
Our service is your saving. Our car. Mechanical condition excellent.
brands consist of those that give Rubber good all around. Top and
you the best service for the leastI paint bad enough to suit you. All
money. Exper4 fitting is our spec- ready for the Madison run. Owner
ialty. We will give you unequalled selling at what he can get. Phone
repair service on any make of pen 4782 Wednesday evening.
and service any pen we sell.
Rider's Pen Shop AIl for gaines and general use, 7
302 State St. passenger touring, looks well, runs
(Bay Associated Press) I1111 LL I L I VVI L J 1 UL U Ji'oie~'.GogeDncah
USm 'O- &Mdirection of Car. G e Dnin, coach,'
WASHINGTON, OCt. 14. -Ollicial IillnlTr:T ~ < e ~do h ag titr
word of the employment of about 600 jl ri 1s during the fellandwinter sa-
American troops from the, Canal Zone II sonsrr
garrison to police the city of Panama:. ns.
at the request of the president and New target facilities have bcen
minister of foreign affairs of ti.e re- Iace avila1 tle to e the R. 0. T. C. OSLO, Oct. 14.-A party of 25>is
public, reached the State department uni, and the University rifle team by leaving for Spitzbergen today to build
yesterday in a telegram from Dana G. the censi ruetion of a new indoor tar- a hangar for the Italian dirigible
Munro, the American charge d'af- et ra in the ba sment of the R. which Capt. boald Amundsen will use
faires. 0. T. C. buildin-g. 'in his next attem)t to fly over the
The troops moved in Tuesday With twelve targets at a 50 foot North Pole.
without serious incident as far as _____._-----___ j
known, the message said, expressing
the belief that a serious situation ____________
would have developed from the dis-!E
orders of the preceding day in an-
other twenty-four hours, resulting iSA Y IT W IT H
probably in wider bloodshed, if the f -1 i V. il
Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, Evening
SHELDON COMMUNITY HALL
On Michigan Ave. 7 miles East of Ypsi
Admission 75c. Ladies Free
FOUNTAIN PEN INSURANCE
I found a pen this morning and if it
had had the owner's name on it he
would surely get it. We engrave
your name on your pen for 25c.
This i4, good insurance.
302 State St.
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty years experience; banjos,
mandolin, guitar and chord con-
struction. Telephone 4767. '
SMALL BOY bitten slightly by dog
described by him as ("Like a collie")
at gate Ferry field, Indiana game.
Any information regarding identity
of dog for purpose of observation
for rabies will be appreciated. Dial
21230. Patterson 1409 White St.
We pay best prices for men's used
clothing. Dial 8040.
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer
SCHAEBERLE & Son. 110 S. Main
St. The popular place for all kinds
of musical instruments. It pays to
STUDENTS-Who wapt tutoring in
German call Dolberg, Dial 7829 be-
tween 6-7 P. M.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Our special Government Record ink
when set is water-proof. No fear
well. $~>0 takes it with three times
as much. Phene owner 8885.
WILLYS-KNIGHT touring car, im-
proved by years of use. Runs well.
Good tires. License. A bargain for
the trip to Illinois. $65 cash. 539
East Univ. 8 to 5.
FOR SALE-Ford touring. Good
motor, new tires. Very dependable.
Inquire Waring 549 Packard, eve-
nings. Phone 6510.
FOR SALE-A new Corona typewriter
$25. Call 5348, Gussey, 610 Forest
FORD Coupe 1923, newly painted,
starter, demountable rims, motor
A-1, stop and spot lights, other ex-
tras for only 150.00. Call up after
5 o'clock. Phone 3146.
FORD Touring all ready for Wiscon-
sin and Illinois. Four brand new
cords. Engine just completely over-
hauled. Car owned by mechanic'
$75. Dial 9588.
FOR SALE-Ford sedan, disteel
wheels, four good tires, $90 cash.
Mrs. D. H. Haines, 1229 Traver St.
LOST-Elgin watch With ring attach-
ed. Reward. Bowen 5043.
LOST-Gold M baseball. Homer
Stryker. Call at U. Hospital.
LOST-Black leather billfold contain-
LOS-Black leather billfold contain-
ing money and valuable papers.
Dial 21062. Reward.
LOST-A light tan "Patrick" topcoat,
lobel inside "Robinson Hancock,.
Elyria, Ohio." Taken by mistake
from Zeta Psi house Saturday night,I
Oct. 10. Finder please inform W. A.
Fauver, Lawyer's club.
LOST-Sliderule . on Oct. 13 near
Wuerth theatre. Reward. Ken-
neth H. McLean, 1327 Forest Court.
LOST-Black leather pocketbook with
gold monogram marked H. M. A.
Finder please call H. Adler, 5618.
1319 Cambridge Road.
LOST - A LeBouef fountain pen.
Name Ivar C. Johnson engraved on
barrel. Finder please call 7982 orI
210 So. Thayer. Reward.
LOST-Manuscript of song, "Michi-
gan Moon" between Ashley and Di-
vision St. Martin Sloane, 426 Fifth
St., Dial 22327.
LOST--Gold M base ball. Call Homer
Stryker at University Hospital.
Flowerqday s Flowers
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BEST QUALITY AND SERVICE
Store : Nickels Arcade
1400 Traver St.
11111 II IIIIII1I1 i
Florists' Telegraph Del. A ssn.
initials A. W. engraved.
NEW AND NIFTY
WA HlR'5 BOOK STORE
Watch the Market
of its smearing whe touched withj
a moist finger or being completely
erased if your note book should get
wet. It has a fine color and flows
well. A word to the wise is suffic-
Rider's "Pen Shop
WANTED-Cook and porter for fra-
ternity house. References neces-
sary. Address Box 14.
WANTED-Ford roadster $50. Tires,
starter. Address Box 15.
FWANTED-A garage, in the vicinity of
South Fifth, between Williams and
# Liberty. Dial 4818, ask for Ryan.
t STUDENT to sell insurance, good pay.
Daily Box No. 12.
TO SELL DAILY EXTRAS
Y TO PRESS BLDG.
STUDENT wants work forGSaturdays
or afternoons. Will do anything.
Call Doerge 4418.
j TWO TICKETS for either 0. S. U. or
Navy game. Phone 21917.
WANT TO go to Wisconsin game?
A mighty easy way to pay your
r ~expenses is to sell Arm Bands. Call
8455 after 6.
45IF YOU have.single room cheap, ad-
dress box 13. State location and
VERY Anxious to get one ticket for
i, Navy game. E. -Kiswetter, 621 For-
est. Phone 21844.
WANTED-Tickets for Navy and
Minnesota games. Call O'Keefe.
y Phone 3564.rt
"WANTED-Opportunity to drive to '
~.Urbana in closed car preferably
Nwith faculty family. Tel. Univ.
TWO Tickets to the Navy game. Dial
"WANTtD-Two or three tickets for
Navy game. Dial Mrs. Walker, 7517. a
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Six Outstanding Concerts By World Famous Artists and Organizations
Ootober15 New York onohestra
WALTER DAMROSCH, Conductor GUY MAIER, Pianist PALMER CHRISTIAN, Organist
Nove-Detroit Symphony Orchestra
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Conductor
January 26Galter Cieseking,
arch Detroit Symhon Orchestra
VICTOR KOLAR, Conducting OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Pianist
CO N C E R T
FIVE MACNIFICENT WORLD RENOWNED MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS AS FOLLOWS:
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ERNESTI NE SCHU MANN-HEINK, Contralto
CECILIA HANSEN, Violinist
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