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SATURDAY, OCTOT3T-,,T-, .24, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATUDAYOCTBER 4, 125PAGE TTIREM

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FIE RVE TUETS OUT I early Friday morning. The blaze was'GuheBa k ASt
OF' ROOMS 1N EARLY MORNING put under control before it 'burned; uh 0a k W t
through to the first floor, with but' d eisF o
Fire, originating in the basement of. slight damag r esulting.'
Phlp iea rooming house at 1.0 South Ingalls' -__2_ri_
street, drove 'the occupants forth Patronize Daily Advertisers. --
- Several weapons used in the llhilip-
pin~s previous to the last 25 years
One Week Only N E W TEves.50c to $2.50) were procured by Dr. Carl Gunthe of
Beginning mi ,; t.ltat. 50c to $1.510 the museum of anthropology durinl
Suday 5 "P R O . his three year expedition on i he i-
SnyOct. St.DE1411..06cTto $12.00 land(s.rpThe collection includes init
CHARES ROJMANin Asocatin iidi . RY G1'T 11rxciIS istmosty dgges ad ;words uL
CHARES IIOIMA inAssciaion iiii LRAY~OUZ ire~n~ ;various shiapes andl designs, some oC
? it ~~~~~~them ornately decorated: with inlays of g l an si v r O e, a dtg
once owne'd by the chief of a band ofl.
outlaws, has an ivory handle, withi the,
Mob 0 blade inlaid with silver. Its soabbardl
,e has inlays of gold, silver, and brass.
Dr. Guthe also procured 24 brassl

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j ri5 nd vases typical of the native
a i :,dunshpe thle jars show a Mo-
1m_,indan and~ a Moro influence, while:
'n 'sin ad (leeoratidn they" reveal
}: c r a~ofIndia and .Java. The
(al e~tioni%-aluable because of the
fao tlat12 pairs of jars were ob-'
taiiec. .
1 WLOND)ON, Oct. 23.-The sixth!
' idy was r'overed Thursday froml
~b~ r'eekgeof the S-51, sunk off
[> :: ' i :id by the City of Rome,
St pt. 25. It was taken to the Naval!i
he Icspt l atNewpofrt for idlet ifioation.,
t710 fl5'%f Vayne county jail will be re-
litotby decision of imimigration au-"
i oril ies t(o senid aliens awaiting de-
portat ion hiere to Philadelphia.

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FRIDAY, OCT. 3

Michigan

Theatre League

Opening Sdo
SUPERLATIVE EVENT OF THE DRAMATIC SEASON
The Famous AU-Star Company, Comprising
JAME$ T. POWERS, 12 )ITjS ROBB
Aand Qtlier Stars
In Rifelard Brinsley Sheridlan's
Immortal Englfsti Comedy
Appearing Under the 1~Ianagemneut of %George C. Tyler an~t lHugh Ford
Seats, by Mail. Self-addressed, ;tamped Envelope with Check.
PRICES-Lower Floor, $3.00; Balcony, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
No phone orders. No seats held.

I PAY
BEST PRICES
For Men's Used Clothing.
Phione 4310 115 AV. Washingloix
H. B +--jAMIv
DETROIT THEATRES
THIS WEEK h
Bonstella Payhouse 1t hvSc t
Woodward at Eliot Tel.Glendale -9
The BOSTELLE Co.
Ila the Fanitastic, wise, witty. satiric Conic y
"The Beggar on Horseback"
GARRICK Wed. Mat. 50cto 5(15,
Sat."Mat. 50c to $2.00
25th Big Week
(( THE; MIRACLE JPLAY 0OF AMERICA i
ANNE NIEMLSV
A BlE'S IRISH IROSE,
SEE IT! You Will lEvenlually!
WHlY NOT NOW?
Schubert Lafayette P rgaoetohe'
Iargain Mat,,
Thursday, best seats, $2. Sat. Mat. 5oc to 2S(Te.Cdla,8o
The STUD ENT PRINCE!
The Whole Town's Going!i
jCompany of 150. Great Male Chiorus of Go.i

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