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. THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
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Large Amateur Finishers agree that Tank
Development for Films gives more detail and
better contrast than the old band 'method-and
there is not the inclination to slight the work in a rush, while the chances
of scratching the emunlsion is practically eliminated.
In tank development the developer is easily kept at the proper temperature and
strength, which is very essential but almost impossible in any other method. It will
pay you to consider our methods in fixing and washing, as well. It is rather expen-
sive for you when your films are spoiled in developing. Better bring them to me and
make sure., If you want we'll show you how it's done here. LYNDON

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SHIFTING OF PENNSY GAME
ADVANTAGEOUS TO QUAKERIL
With the announcement of Pennsyl-
vania's schedule additional light is
thrown upon the shifting of the Mich-
igan-Pennsylvania game from Phila-
delphia to Ann Arbor for next fall.
While at the time it was considered
to be purely for the convenience of
Michigan, the Quakers will also profit
by the arrangement.
Pennsylvania will play four of her
five big games at home next year,
meeting Navy, Dartmouth, Cornell and
Carlisle on Franklin field. As con-
tracts already call for major games
at Boston and Annapolis in 1915, the
Michigan game will be an important
feature of the at-home schedule of the
Quakers that season.
McGill Professor is to Lecture Today
Prof. C. A. Brockwell, of McGill Uni-
versity, Montreal, will lecture in Me-
morial hall this afternoon on the "Es-
pousals of Isaac and Rebekah."
President Harry B. Hutchins is au-
thorized to select speakers for this
course as he sees fit, the sum of $1,000
having been provided for this purpose
by the regents two years ago.
Prof. Davis to Lecture at Freemont
Prof. C. 0. Davis, of the educational
department, will lecture this afternoon
in Freemont, Mich. Mr. Davis will re-
turn to Ann Arbor Saturday.
Mother in Search of Graduate Explorer
William L. Page, '90, who took part
in an exploration tour of the Andes
several years ago, has not been heard
from since March 1913. His mother,
visiting in Ann Arbor, brought the
first news of his disappearance yester-
day. Page was a brother of Benjamin
E. Page, '91, former tennis champion
of the United States.
"HOWDY FROSH" CAMPAIGNERS
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ANOTHER GREAT BILL FEA-
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"THE LIFE SAYER"
A great comedy with Lillian Walker
"BLUE BLOOD AND RED"
A story with real heart interest
" DREAM OF THE WILD"
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ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA

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A FEAST FOR ALL
Never before has an entertainment been offered to the public
possessing such a peculiar fascination for old and young as
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. The bright, catchy music, and
effect o, the choruses rendered is beautiful beyond description.
The effective costuming of the large cast of characters, to-
gether with the introdtced specialties, make the entire production
a most brilliant spectacle. ---
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Menorah Society Head Stopping Herej
Mr. Henry Hurwitz, chancellor of
the Intercollegiate Menorah astccia-
tion, is staying in Ann Arbor. He, inI
co-operation with Prof. I. L. Sharf-
man, president of the society, is su-
pervising the publication of a report
of the recent Menorah convention in
New York City.
RABBI FRANKLIN TO ADDRESS
UNION MEMBERS ON SUNDAY
Rabbi Leo M. Franklin, of Detroit,
will address the members of the Union
at the weekly program on Sunday af-
ternoon at 3:00 o'clock. He has chosen
for his subject, "The Weak Spot in
Our Moral Situation."I
Rabbi Franklin is one of the most
prominent members of the Jewish
faith in this country, and enjoys a wide
reputation as a good speaker. Many
will remember the fine address which
he made at a similar occasion last
year, on the "Jewish Religion."
CAMPUS IN BRIEF

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NICHTS
4 Rows Orchestra. . ..............................S.75
Balance Orchestra............. ..........$50
4 Rows iBalcony........... .................... $.50
Balance Balcony..................35
MATINEE
Entire Lower Floor........ ...........:...$.50
Entire Balcony......... . ............... S.25
Entire Gallery..........................$.25
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To arouse interest among incoming
freshmen in the "howdy frosh" cam-
paign, fresh lits have invited all new-
comers in their class to attend a din-
ner, to be given at 5:30 o'clock Mon-
day night at the Union. Appeals will
be made to these men to get into the
spirit "of the campaign. Tickets for
the affair may be obtained for 60 cents
from the committee.

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Speaking about clothes
You will appreciate the effect
of our new high waisted mod.
el.
It gives that trim effect found
only in the highest grade of
hand-tailored garments.

-Tickets for Saturday night's mem-
bership dance at the Union are now
on sale and may be olitained at the
desk. The following committee will
have charge of the party, D. C. Miller,
'15L, chairman, A. J. Gans, '16, C. L.
Straith, '17M, and D. B. Wurzburg, '15.
--Prof. T. A. Bogle, of the law depart-
ment, who has been suffering with eye
trouble during the past few days was
much improved yesterday but will be
unable to meet his classes today.
-Deau IH. IN. Bates, of the law depart-
ment, will leave for Mt. Pleasant today
where he will deliver an address on
"The Sherman Anti Trus Law." The
lecture will be given before the Michi-
gan alumni association of that city and
the normal school students.
-The Union bridge tournament will
be continued at the weekly Lounger
tonight. All participants are urged
to be present, and finish their playing

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will not be continued more than three
weeks. The prizes will be picked
shortly.
-All men entering the ,literary or en-
gineering departments .for, the second
semester should ararnge fir gymnasi-
um work at once. Locker tickets may
be obtained at the treasurer's office,
and the time of classes can be arrang-
ed with Dr. G. A. May in Waterman

ment.
-The spring formal dance of the Bar-
risters, Vulcans and Druids will be
held at the Michigan Union, March 6.
Arrangements are being made to en-
tertain 75 couples at this annual affair.
-Members of the Michigamna will go
to Detroit Saturday afternoon to attend
a banquet which will be held at the
Tuller hotel1Saturday evening at 6:30
o'clock. The Detroit alumni will en-

HONE 416. WE WILL DELIVER A CAN
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OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING.

Two Special Sessions every Wednesday and Sat-
urday morning, 9:30 to 11:30, Special

gymnasium. tertain.
-G. A Gutches, '09, forest inspector --The Illinois club will banquet at the
for the Canadian forest service, with Union tonight at 6:00 o'clock. H. R.
headquarters at Prince Albert, Sas- Schradzki, '15L, will act as toastmas.
katchewan, was in Ann Arbor the fore ter. The program will include. G. M
part of the week visiting with Prof. Moritz, '15, S. L. Adelsdorf, '14L, M. F
Filibert Roth and other members of Dunn, '17, and Prof. E. C. Goddard, of
the faculty of the forestry depart- the law department.

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