Large Amatleur Finishers agr ea that Tdank
Develo pment for Films gives amore detail and
better contrast Man kite old hand methed-anld
there is not the inclinadtion to s ight the, wor; in :i ru 11i, while tha chances
ofs'eratching the emuialiun t' pia;itic t ly cliutiiatied
In tank development the (1,velopei is easily kept at tlhe proper temperature andt
strength, which is very essential but taimost0impossible in ally other method. It will
pay you to cons~ider our methods air fixi ng and wahingii, as«well. It is rathier expen-
sive for you when your films are spoile-d i11 do elo piti2 . Btter bring them to mue and
meake sure. If you want we'll shiow you how it's don1e her e. L YNDON
mackinaws and raincoats,
off on all odd trouserin
off on all ove coatings in
off on all suitings
These prices are strictly cash
J. KARL MALCOLM
New Dress Suits for Rent.
Cut o adeto-e
ure 'Suits and O'Co fs
SEE WHAT $1, $18 AND $20 WILL BUY
ii1 Shoes for. Men agn d Women at a
8 S. State St. Opposite liusons'
Wa have the bests assortme.nt of
Chocolxtes a*..n d 'on 1Bos
All kinds of fry cky Ice Creatms for Patrties
Try our Frtzit Sisuas after the Theatre
ANNUAL SOIREE TO
BE GIVEN TONIGHT
All who attend the annual Cerci
Francais "Soiree Dramatique Musical
Dansante," to be given in Sarah Cas-I
well Angell hal at 8:00 o'clock to-
night, will participate in a dance after
the general program. The dance will
take place in Barbour gym. ,An elab-4
orate program has been arraned, pre-
senting some of the best known talent
on the campus. Every number will be
conducted in French.
A fencing duel between Prof. Samuel
Lckwvood, of the school of music, and
Mr. Joseph Hayden, of the political
science department, will be the most
exciting feature of the performancer
"Les deux Tiides" by Labihe, to be
presented by active members of thex
Cerce, is full of French humor. P'a-
risian aesthetic dance and French song
hits will be other features.t
Everyone is invited to attend. Reg-a
ular course tickets will admit;' thosei
not holding season tickets may pur-
chase admission cards at the door
PEC 'LAIIE CH I1IAN
(Continued from page 1.)
eral chairman. L. B. Hyde, president
of the soph engineers, stated that the
action taken by the ]Iits yesterday
would be opposed by the engineers.
1. R. BlUilentine, in speaking'of thet
matter, said that, in his opinion, thI
class had the pwer to elect such aa
committee, if it so chose, and that an1
understanding ,was arrived at last year
whereby the election of the chairman
was to be held ()n year in the lit class,
and the next in the engineer. ast
year the chairmanship was held by the
Tfhe soph fits voted, at their meet-
iug, in favor of making the prom. in-
formal and not permitting flowers or
cabs. March 27 was. Selected as the
A:LLMN1 MAKE~ BIG :PLANS FOR
(Continued from page 1.)
The weeding out process is more difi-
cult, than for any previous opera both
cin account of the numbers, and the
ilfl uusual grace and adaptability of the
I aspirants. The proposed trip to Detroit
and Chicago is -believed t} have had
considerable influence in causing men
to turn out.b
The name of the opera will not be
divulged until after examinations, and
ah<4ordingly the prize winning posters
will not be puat on display until then.
The show is laid in modern Paris with
one scene in a cafe, frequented by the
i :ical Parisian crowd. Such sita-
ticns as these have demanded much
care in the costuming of the "women."
Pe-top skirts, and tango outfits of
gay colors will give the play the nec-
Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting
gives one ? This is the only
kind we make.
Our fabrics are the newest.
WAGN ER & CO.
Tailors State Street
All garments made in our own
TO BE ENCOURAGED
'Trainer " Steve" Farrell and Intra-
mural Director Floyd Rowe are trying
in every possible way to interest the
reshmen in trackt work. Doctor May
is heartily in sympathy with the 'plan,
xnd for the last few weeks a part of
each gym class hour has been devoted
to some particular event.
Occasionally Rowe takes the class
aip ons the track for a distance run,
inring which the novices are closely
wvatchled by the coach. In another
lass, "Steve" himself shows the first
.year men th~e proper form for the high
lump, and he doesn't have to lower
the bar any to illustrate.
This system of teaching every fresh-
mnan the proper way to perform the va-
rious events has been found successful
,it Pennsylvania. The men in char,;e
there have found that a great many
more men become interested in athlet-
ics in this way. Men who would nevcr
,pink of trying out for the track team
mnay show surprising form if they are
anly shown 'how. The originators of
;he experiment here are watching the
outcome with a great deal of interest.
WASH'I'E'NAW COUINTY E~1611
I \ RED C C4)S STAMP ='SXLE
Washtenaw county ranks eighth
among the first 12 prize winning coun-
ties in Michigan in the report of sale of
Red 'Cross stamps during the Christ-
mas holidays. The report, which has
just been issued by the Michigan Anti-
1Tuberculosis association,credits Wash-
tenaw county with a total sale of 42,-
r45, reported before January 18. This
makes the per capita sale in this coun-
"Silae Mariner" Will be Giveni Tonight
A public recital of "Silas Mariner'
is to be given this evening by student.
in the' class in Interpretive Reading.
the entertainment to be staged
in room 205 of the. north wing of Uni=
Prof. R. D. T. 1Hollister has charge
of this class and has directed the pro-
uction of the recital, which is
commence at 8:00 o'clock. The fol,
lowing students will appear in the var-
ious parts : Helen Blew, Harry J. Coun-
ine, Leray D. Benedict, Elinor Gage
D. J. Hleatheote, Mary E. Gardner, Del-
ta Kauffman, Walker Peddicord, Lucile
K. Strong, H. A. Peterson, and C. C
MICULUCAN HAS NO RIVALOS IN
(Continued from page 1.)
At. Earham College.
The present head of the oratory de-
partment at Illinois is Charles H.
Woolbert, '09, who° fornmerly held the
same position at Albion College. An.
other icihigan graduate, Earnest M
Halliday, '06, honor debater, wvas for
JANUARY - 28t
ONE KNIGHT ONLY
1W'LL1AMII A BR I)(uov) PRESENTS
I ,AREMARKABLE FLAY OF OUR TIN1~
OL IVER FMOROSO
A Superb R'noructiozn of
the Most Irma[k. omd
yet Wmi tten 'i ,ic
v ersity . J. Stuart Lathers, '99, anoth-
er honjor debater in 97 is at the head
of the department a;t the iMichligan1
Stt ormaal SchIool, where lie is as-
sisted by FrederickPB. McKayi, '09, who
was Michigan's !first pea.ce orator.
The entire staff urnder- Professor
Trueblood is mradec up of Micig"an
grad;uat'es. Richard D. T. Holl1ister,1
'0,is now assistant profes>sor; Ray
K. lnmrel, '10, is ins'tructor and T. E.
Black, '11, and Louis; Eichi, '12°, are as-
sistant s on the famous; Michigan facul-
ty of oratory and debating.
At the head of the department of
public speaking; at Knox College is
Dwight- E. WAt"kin1s, '01, wvho, for one,
year, was spcial lecturer on orat 'ry
at Harvard, and headt of the sum-mer
°sesioli in or'atory at Columbia. Harry
H- Ioughton, '06, now assistant pro-
fessor of oratory at Wisconsin, was
formerly head of that department at
ei delberg University, Ohio, fcr three
years. A. D. Pearce,9, is at the
head of the department of oratory at;
the University of Southern California;
William H. Cooper, '76L, holds the
Same position at Northwestern College,
as do Miss Bernice Bradford, '07, at
Eureka, C. C. :Harbisoni, '13, at Fair-
m ont College, and G. Arthur Andrew-s,
13, at Monmouth College.
With a great cast Including
GIRLS OF THE GOLDEN WI
20 - Musical Hifts
Note-This is ackw.
ledged to he one tei the h~
of the series of1 must,
comedies now being p
sented In Ibe vaudev]
theatres. IDON'T 'MISS I'
Regular Majestic Prii
FRIDAY TIS V
Richard Carle's Cratest
By J. Hartley Ma-nners
(Tihe Youth-play whith Laurette T-. lor
has man~e a Pay-ew York Iflstfttitoa)
PLAYED ONE SOLID[VYEAR
AT Tt1f-PLAYHOUSE. N.
This is the OriginalI
Y. Cast and Productic
The same Compar
that played Chicago at
which gores to Garric
Theatre, Detroit fro
13 Rows Orchestra .... .....
Balance Orchestra ............. . .
4 Rows Balcony. ..... ............
amoney saving invest ent
your next pair
shoe for gentlemen.
*4 . :
r?3 Rowfscseestra $1.50. lace Or-
clirstia $1 00. 4 Rows Balcony 7icts.
Fialalice l alcony 5ccts.
IR Rowe: O cchiesfra $i.oo Balauce Or-
dies ra 7,cts. En~ce Balc uty rcets.
George Bischoff (
220 Chapin Shreaf Phone 809-L
Choice cut flowers and planits.
A It R I C K TI I E A TI
Trtiii ph a 1 Ret urn
"THE ROAD TO HAPPINESS"
MATINEES, WED. AND SAT.
~AHR'S SHOE. STOREIS-
304 S. State
I EAT AT "POP'S"
I The Place Where Things Taste Like Rome
'"Pop" Bancroft Corr. Monroe and Thayer
Stop r s
The New P1l ce
ce Cream . Candy :: ight Lunches
These are Flashlight Da ys-East-
roan "Speed Film" is extra fast and aI
,reat help for flashlights or pictures
Genuine Martin Guitars
lins sold at Schacbebrle & ;
We make our own candy
S. in t.
ARRANGE TIME, FOR PIRACTICE1
(Continued, from page 1;)
9:00 and 15; 8:20 to 8:40, 10 and 14.
Thursdays: 7:00 to 7:20, 11 and 5;
7:20 to 7:40, 17 and 12; 7:40 to 8:00,
16 and 13. Fridays: 7:00 to 7 :20, 14
and 18; 7:20 to 7:40, 15 and 7; 7:40 to
8:00, 16 and 6; 8:00 to 8:20, 17 and 2;
8:20 to 8:40, 18 and 1.
FAVOR PLAN FOR FILING PIC-
(Continued from pagos 1.)
dent and photographer as well, since
he student would be able to go to
whichever photographer he cozsas
long as the. pictures were uniform.
NINE STUDENTS 1)0 UPLIFT
D~eputation wor'k, under the auspices
of the university Y. M. C. A., was con-
ducted by a committee of nine at Pon-
tiac last Sunday. The group held ser-
vices in three churches, and addurarssed
a men's mass meeting in the after-
noon. Frank I. Olmstead, '15, spoke on
"Self -Supporting Students at Michi-
gan." Carl S. Metzger discussed "Prac-
tical Phases of University Life." The
Busrah Mission project was describesi
and explained by other memubers.
An invitation has been r cci vod from
Rochester, and February <9Ih s been
set as the tentative date for the trip.
six years at the head of the oratory de-' on dark days.
partment at Illinois, but is now occu- Kedaks for rent if you haven't one.
pying a pulpit in B~rooklyn, N. Y. Fran- Open Sunday's from 9:30 to 4:30 only.
cis X. Carmody, '97, honor debater In1 Lynidon. 82-4-6
his senior year, is now the head of the
department of oratory at the Uniou -
Theological Senminary in New York, Any of your clothes need repairing
and has been for the past several years I or altering? That's our specialty. C.
lecturer on oratory in Columbia Uni- i I. Kidd, 1112 S. University, 1530-J, tf
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