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February 17, 1914 - Image 4

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I

n you're ready
out a blue serge suit you may as well take your choice
1 the serges made. You'll find.all of them right in this
You don't know what blue serge really means until
e these we are now displaying..
)ur styles
:inctive and individual. And why shouldn't they be
elected by us.
)u'll be happy with the blues you'll get in here.

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 work in a rush, while the chances
of scratching the emulsion 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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FACULTY TO PASS
ON RUSHING RULES

Inter-Fraternity Agreement Is
Official-All Conditions
Fulfilled

Now

Spring line now ready

T empi e
heatre
ON MAIN STREET
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1h81h
KALEM FEATURE

Tue'sdy17-18
MATINEE EACH DAY
We count on young men to
help us in this fight to save
"little lost sisters'. Virginia
Brook's great play from her
great novel founded on actual
facts.

a a aU.E re a
Friday,
February,
Charles Dillin
Presents
THE SEASON'S DRAMAI
Edward Sheh
Great Love Dr
RmOM.AI

;. MALCOLM

Malcolm Block

VC Cut on Made-to-weas-
ure Suits and O'coats
WHAT $15, $18 AND $20 WILL BUY
oes for Men and Women at a
ig Reduction

PUS BOOTERY
Opposite liustons'

St.

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'hSeU r Bowl
Confectionery
We have the ist assortment of
Chooles.tes and Boat Bon
ktrnds of fea.zcy Ice Creams for Parties
'y our Fruit Sundaes after the Theatre

SOME UNCERTAINTY MANIFEST
Official copiesof the new inter-fra-
ternity rushing rules were submitted
to the faculty yesterday, completing
the conditions necessary to put the*
new plans into operation.
There still hovers an aftermath of un-
certainty over the situation, however,
which even the apparent truce between
the different factions has entirely fail-
ed to dispel. The leaders of the ma-
jority party express themselves as
well pleased over the results of the
last Inter-Fraternity Conference meet-
ing, but the representatives of the
newer crowds, who championed this
cause, seem to feel a little uneasiness
over the outcome of the new legisla-
tion.
The defeated minority, too, are una-
ble to see much good in the new re-
forms, claiming that rushing condi-
tions are not to be changed for the
better, but merely slightly regulated.
This, they claim, is an action entirely
at variance with the expressed wishes
of the faculty. According to their in-
terpretation of the faculty's sugges-
tion, the true idea of the reform was
to make the freshman primarily a
university man, by having him entirely
free from any fraternity influences.
LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT IS
ABOLISHED FOR ENGINEERS
Michigan's engineering department
is the first to break the foreign lan-
guage requirement for all men candi-
dates for degrees. The new bulletin
will state that foreign students may,
apply the time they would have to de-
vote to French or German, to courses
in English. It also recommends a re-
turn to Latin instruction in the high
schools in preference to the vocational
studies and a plea for more students
in Spanish.
Dean M. E. Cooley states that the
coming engineering language is Span-
ish, because of the large feats now
planned in South America and the
opening of the Panama canal. He
says that the Latin preparation in
high school is a good grounding for
Spanish in the university,'and is actu-
ally more beneficial than manual train-
ing.
Demonstrates New Operation on Eye
Dr. Dean W. Myers, of the Homeo-
pathic medical college, performed a
new operation for conservation of the
lachrymal sack of the eye, at the Hom-
eopathic hospital on Sunday. Visiting
and graduate physicians witnessed the
demonstration.

"Big
Horn

NIGHTS
$1.00, 75 cts., 50 cts., 25 cts.
MATINEES
75 cts.,50 cts., 25 cts.

N0OT E-Patrow
to be in their se
curtain. as the s
Prices: $1,

Little
Lost
m .
iste r
BY
VIRGINIA BROOKS

Mass-

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acre"

Man Street

ADMISSION- -10c
CALL FOR CLASS TRACK MEN
ISSUED BY DIRECTOR ROWE
Director Rowe urged the inter-class
track managers to issue their calls
for candidates immediately, in a meet-
ing in Waterman gymnasium yester-
day afternoon.
He stated that the first inter-class
relay races would be held at the time
of the fresh-soph meet, slated for
February 28, and that up to date only
a handfull of class candidates had re-
ported for practice.
Director Rowe will be at the gym-
nasium every afternoon to give in-
struction to all track aspirants for the
coming events. All men are requested
to report to him before trying out.
WOMAN GRADUATE ACQUIRES
UNIQUE HONOR AS ACTUARY
Miss Henricka B. Beach, M.A. '13,
has received a signal honor in her ap-
pointment as actuary of the Rockford
insurance company of Rockford, Ill.
She is one of the first women to be ap-
pointed to such an office in this coun-

A JESTIC
toTONiGHT I
LALLA SELBINI
The Bathing Beauty
Melnlotte TwinSits
Musical Comedy Girls
and
Great Vaudeville
Coming Soon
Henpecked Henry

''E'very moth-
er, every girl
shold s e e
this play. It
teaches t hi e
A reatestICl r
humanity has
to learn."
l on. Edward
Berald. Illinois
Vice Contimis-
Sion.

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THE PLAY ]EAR TO
DENMAN THOMI

The SensationalI
and Ch
Presented by a La
Company-Special5
"ROAIANcF is
Ramous Grand Op
Young Clergyman
cut calgs they are
a profound and sine
woiian has draine
deeply that her mar
is im p o ssib le. In trs s t u i r e h i
Proving herself stror

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ats before the rise
Story begins with pri
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HOMES'

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George Bischoff
Forist,

Mr. Frank ITia
presents the 0
Company witht
mous Musical Fe
including the
Male Quartette.

SATURDAY t MATI
E B . 41 LNIG

220 Chapin Sreet

Phone 809-L

iey saving investment

Choice cut flowers and plants.
GARtRICK THE ATIRE
Detroit, Michigan
Passing Show of 1913
NextWeek, "THE BIRD OF FRllAE1E"

i next pair

NETTLE-
)N SHOE
for gentlemien.

+Y L3 1 P/ '

EAT AT "POP'S"
. The Place Where Things Taste Like Home
"Pop" Bancroft Cor. Monroe and TI

4 Rows
Balance
8 Rows
Balance
Gallery

HR'S SHOE STORES

6'TIS ISN'T IT7 "

Main.

Sole agents

304 S. State

#.;

E O P tthe Crest
The New Peace
Cream Candy: Light Lunches
We make our own candy
S. Main St. Near Liberty

The plaee to buy your supplies for the second semester.
Drawing Instruments, I. P. Note Books

1111 So. University Ave.

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-SIX ARE DISMISSED
'OR SCHOLASTIC FAILURES
-six students of the literary de-
at were dismissed for poor
ship, at the meeting of the fac-
that depar'tment last night, and
dent was suspended for a sem-.
or falsifying records for ad-
credit.
Idition to the disciplinary ac-
e faculty recommended 14 stu-
or the degree of bachelor of
.d five students for the bachelor
ace degree. The teacher's di-
was granted to six students.

Civic League to Outline Work Tonight
There will be a meeting of the Mich-
igan chapter of the Intercollegiate
Civic League tonight at 7:00 o'clock,
in room 101 of of the economics build-
ing. The club will outline the plan of
work which it will follow out during
the remainder of the semester.
Wells Has Position on Cleveland Paper
Guy M. Wells, '15, a member of The
Michigan Daily staff, left Ann Arbor
Monday for Cleveland, where he will
be engaged in newspaper work until
September. He will then resume his
studies at the university.

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.

n

WAGNER
Imparting
Tailors

ef Co.
State
Street

h.

try. Miss Beach specialized in courses
in business administration and assur-
ance while in the university.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-Glenn E. Mapes, '14E, was operated
upon for appendicitis at the Homeo-
pathic hospital last week. He is rap-,
idly improving.
-The board of regents will consider
additional plans for the new science
building at its meeting February 17.
-A decrease of five per cent in the
number of students taking the ro-
mance languages has been recorded.
The present total is 900 pupils, of

which 750 are in French courses, about
100 in Spanish, and about 50 in Italian.
-A course on the money markhet and
its relation to the stock exchange, for-
eign exchange, and investments to be
given next year is being planned by
Prof. W. G. Dowrie for advanced stu-
dents.
-The Forestry club is arranging to
have A. M. Cook, assistant state for-

the various departments.
of ca mpius societies, for
Michigamua and Druids,
meMbers from the various c
departments.
Several student publicatio
sued. Chief among these are

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ester of Wisconsin, address the mem- 'igan Daily; the Gargoyle,
bers at one of its meetings in the near ly comic magazine; Mich
future. I the year book; the Law I
-C. D. Pillsbury, '1411, will represent Technic, of the engineeri:
the Michigan chapter of the Alpha ment; the Michigan Alu
Sigma fraternity at the convention of Wolverine, the tri-weekly p
the organization to be held in Chicago summer session; and thes
on February 21 and 22. rectory.

STUDENTS ARE ACT
MICHIGAN LIFE
(Continued from page 1

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Slauahter Sale of Men's Suits,

Overcoats

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Furnumnings

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$25.00 Overcoats$19.50 One lot of suits-Complete assortment in
.$ suits.9 75 $22.00 Overcoats .$17.25 large range of patterns go at this 975
.00 and $22.50 suits " $17.25 520.00 Overcoats . . $15.25 slaughter sale 97
.00 sdi$s .. .it . $15.25 $18.00 Overcoats $13.75 Soft and Stiff Hats-$r, $1.50, $2, and $3
.00 $$16.00 Overcoats $12.50 values. Slaughter 79c
and $18 suits . $13.75 $15.00 Overcoats-- $10.75 sale prices7, 87C, $1.59, $2.19
YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS, INVESTIGATE LUTZ CLOI G STORE HOME OF HART,
217 South Main Street

one lot O'coats-Values up to
$o18.o. Slaughter sale price. .
All men's shirts, trousers and b<
clothing included in this Slaughter SE
SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES

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