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ILLET PUMPS

Large Amateur Finishers agree that Tank
Development for Films gives more detail and
better contrast than the old hand method-and
there is not the inclination to slight the w-or' In a rush, while the chances
of scratching the emulsion is practically elimninatedl.
In tank developmenti the developer is easily kept at the proper temperature and
strength, which is very- e5>enlial taut alm~ost imipos.ihle in any other method. It will
pay you to considecr our th~tlods in fixing and wa;hing, qas well. It is rather expen-
sive for you when your filmus are: spoiled in dv, loping. Better bring them to me and
make sure. If you wanit we'll show you howt it's dlone here. LYNDONV

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II IFriday Evening, Feb. 20
V~ 1 Special Engagement of Edward Sheldon's Great Love Drama

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FOUR NOTED MEIN WILL TALK
TODAY
(Continued from page 1.)
glected in the past by Bible scholars.
life of the Jewish nation has been ne-
Professor lFriedlaeuder has thrown new
light on the work of the prophets by
his research,. "The Political Ideal of
the Prophcts" is the subject of' the lec-
ture.
Professor Friedlaender is an eloquent
speaker and has become popular with
students at Harvard, Columbia, Yale,
Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins, and
other universities where he has spo-
ken.. He is a member of the Menorah
College of Lecturers, a body of dis-
tinguished scholars and lecturers who
have been secured by the Intercolle-
giate Menorah association to a tpp,,a r
before its various chapters.
Union services
Professor C. R. Henderson of the
University of Chicago, a noted Sociol-
ogist and lecturer, will speak on "So-
cial Science in Service" in the Union
Guild series at the First Baptist church
this evening at 7:45 o'clock.

HI1T NEy
AT LAST!
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Mlanagemen t
CHARLES DILLINGHAM
Who also directs the tour of Montgomery an~d Stone,
Elsie Janis.

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DENMAN THOMPSON'S
Famous Original
THE mOLD.
Mail Orders Now
Get Busy!

The, Sensational Hit of the Season

as presented' for six mouths' at the Maxine Eflott'I
New York, and four months at the
PR incess Theatre, Chicago.

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marks received by the laws were
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CAMIPUS, l\ ]111E

-Tile literary f i c t y will meet in
University Hall, at 8:00 o'clock to-
morrow night, to discuss cases of de-
linquent students. Several degrees
will be awarded.
--The first study class in works on
cosmopolitanism and universal peace
will meet, this afternoon at 4:00
o'clock, in McMillan Hall, under Prof.
J. A. C. Hildner, chairman of the
board of advisors to foreign students.
Members of the Cosmopolitan club are
requested to attend. The first book
to be studied in Norman Angell's "The
Great Illusion."
--Classes in Contracts 11 in the law
amount of work in marking the blue
books of the large law classes, the
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i AVENUE NEAR 27th ST. NEW YORK CITY
SMART COLLEGE FOOTrWEAR

I --E iry Jlurwitz, A. 3t., of :Ilar-curd,
addtre:soed Prof. J. S. Reeves" class in
iternati1onal lawn on the subject of
chang of sovereignty, Friday morning.
FRE SH DI PSPLTAYGREAT ABILITY
IN FIRST MEET
((Continued from page 1)
2ranian secondl, Bs third. Titre.
E 2- 7.
:o-Yard I )sh Wn Iby Stevens,
". ', _codI ileythird. 'Timre,
i/.
II igh In] Jump-: wonf by Wtruy
[IulcrS~'c~l(I Davis third, kussell
t nrtll. Ileigilt, 5 feet, eight inches.
Shot Put: Won by Cross, beach sec-
ond R4nn~ iithird, Patterson fourth,
Scbeidel fifth. Distance 38 feet 10 1-2
:o~ard Run : ist heat, won by
Kirb!y, Cohn second, McKinney third.
TimeW, 2 :14 1_1. 2nd heat, won by
Kuccra, Iti Thleigh second, Gregory
third. Time. 2 : I .
Pole Vault : Won by Wilson, Bailey
Scl(,Sk.inner third. Hefighlt, ii feet.
35\adHi;,hOHurldles: Won by Cor-
b .in"-l, iso scoind, Skinner disquali-
UNIVERISITYN XTl1CES
The univ'ersity hospital guild will
meet Monday with Mrs. Harrison
Soule, 708 South University.
Regular meeting of Cercle Francais
in Cerele room, Monday night, at 8:15
o'clock. All members are expected to
be present.

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LET THE

FRESH MA

THE DETROIT PAPERS ENDORSE IT
" Romance is fascinating and alluring. "-Free Press.
"Romuance possesses that subtle something which mnakes you feel when
you leave the theatre, as though you really had received your money's
worth."- The Tribune.
" Romance is sweetly beautiful, and the most satisfying drama that
has visited Detroit in niany a day."-7 fe News.
Presented with an exceptional company including Gertude
Morrisine, late with David Belasco; Edgar Kent, leading man
for Mrs. Pat. Campbell, Pomander Walk, etc.: Rupert Lumley,
leading man at Comedy Theatre, London, Sir Herbert Tree; John
Hare, specially 'engaged by Winthrop Ames for the Great Ad-
venture; Rillie Deaver, leading woman fo Richard Mansfield;
A. M. Palmer and Madison Square Tbeatre Company. Al-so
Harry Hanlon, Sara Biala, Corbett Morris and others, with
the same special sceniery and effects that characterized its New
York success.
NOTE--STORY OF PLAY BEGINS WITH RASE OF CURTAIN, PROMPTLY AT 8,10
PRICES 1 13 Rows Orchestra...$1.50 8 Rows Balcony.............. 78c
.Balance Orchestra...$1.00 Balance Balcony..............50c

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

HAND PRESSING

Boltir ming Dc. 8th

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SUITS 25c

TROUSERS lOc

buy in large quantities, and give you the benefit.
For this week only we offer
SAN MARCO l Oc CIGARS for 25c
OTHER BRANDS AT POPULAR PRICES
ember, these are strictly i0-cent cigars, fresh every
express.
tha Washington' Candy
UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHARMACY

WAGNEX
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Tailors

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By hand-tailored we mean made in our
own shop and by jour. tailors.

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Trunks, Merchandise
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Surplus and

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t 88x'32, Hill Street, cement walk, sewer tax paid.
.t 75x$'8o, near Hill Street pavement, sewer tax paid.
t 732x130, fronting east on paved street, fine west view over
rdens, paving tax paid.
crest tot 100x'75, full protection, building restrictions.
130x15$, finest outlook and surroundings.j
t99t180, very attractive, 2j blocks from the campus.
t 105x'50, 3 blocks from Campus. $2000-Lot 132x 150, WasliI-
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17 Ann Arbor Savings Bank Block

S College Night t Coliseum Rink
Wednesday Evening, February 18
Rawi! Raw!! Raw!!!'gSin ! Bon ! Ba !
Souvenir Pennants of all Colleges In the United States will be destributed
to all patrons.
Gets' Foot Ball Ganme on Roller Skates at 9:1 5 Sharp

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J Profits, $65,000. r

University School of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
ftaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
A School of Mtusic R hlich offers courses in all branches of music of
highest standards.
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please call at
the office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full inform-
ation. CHARLERS A. SINK, Secretary.

Monday Eve, Feb. 23
GEORGE WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY MASQUERADE
Skate Prizes are on Exhibition at Arnold's Jewe'ry Store window. 220 S. Main St.
Admission 10C Skates 15c

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