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hen you're ready
pick out a blue serge suit you may as well take your choice
n all the serges made. You'll find all of them right in this
p. You don't know what blue serge really means until
j see these we are now displaying.
I our styles
distinctive and individual. And why shouldn't they be
en selected by us.
You'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 Aill
pay you to consider our methods t fixing and washing, as well. It is rather e.pen-
sive for you when your films are spoiled in developing. Better bring them tiume and
make sure. If you want we'll show you how it's done here. L'YNDO;N

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our Feb. Clean=up Sale,
Bostonian and Florsheim Shoes
n leather or rubber soles, black or tan

$4.65

Formerly $5.00
$5450 and $6.00

AMPUS BOOTERY
. State St. Opposite liustons'

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The Suetri Bowlr
tCarnfectlone-y

We have the best assortment of
Chocolates emnd Bon Bons

All klinds of femnay Ice Creams for Parties
Try our Fruit Sundae ,after the Theatre

DEAN BATES TO OPEN LAW
LECTURES FOR WOMEN MAR. 4
President Hutchins to Speak During
Course; Open to Upper Classes
and Graduates
Law lectures for women will start
at 4:00 o'clock March 4, when Dean
H. M. Bates will deliver the first of
a series of elementary addresses in
room C of the law building. The series
will comprise ten lectures including
Dean Bates, President Harry B. Hutch
ins and Professors E. C. Goddard, Ev-
ans Holbrook and R. M. Aigler as lec-
turers.
This course has been arranged, with
the approval of President Hutchins,
after several conferences beteen
Dean Myra B. Jordan, Dean Bates and
Dean J. R. Effinger.
No *credit will be given for the
course, to which only women of the
junior, senior and graduate classes
will be admitted. The class will meet
every Wednesday at 4:00 o'clock.
Cards of admission should be obtained
by those entitled to attend from Dean
Jordan, Dean K. E. Guthe, or Registrar
A. G. Hal.
W. J. CRAWFORD FORCED TO
ENTER DETROIT HOSPITAL
W. J. Crawford, '15A, of Buffalo, is
in Harper's hospital, Detroit, as a re-
sult of a recent injury to his spine.
Crawford started for home last week,
but his condition became such that he
was unable to proceed further. Local
doctors pronounced the case to be only
a stiff neck, but an X-ray examination
in Detroit showed a displacement of a
vertebrae and cartilage. Crawford is
a member of the Alpha Tau Omega
fraternity.
Hand Ball Players to Meet Today
Intramural Director Rowe has is-
sued a call for all men interested in
hand-ball to meet at the hand-ball
courts in Waterman gym, at 5:00
o'clock this afternoon. A handicap
tournament for both singles and doub-
les will probably be opened within a
few days, and Director Rowe is now
arranging for three cups for the win-
ners.
Registrar Hall Spends Week in South
Registrar A. G. Hall will leave to-
day for Richmond, Va., where he will
read a paper before the American As-
sociation of Collegiate Registrars, on
"The Adjustment of Advanced Credit."
He will spend all next week in the
south, stopping in Washington on his
way back.
TRACK STARS OF WET ARE
MICHIGAN MEN
(Continued from page 1.)
teams which are essentially traveling
teams, bettered this record in the past
season, Notre Dame being compelled
to travel to Austin, Texas, to fill out
her football schedule last year.
Wireless Course Attracts Fifteen Men
A larger number of students are en-
rolled in the course in wireless this
year than ever before. About 15 men
are studying the subject..
No Gym Classes for Men on Monday
There will be no gymnasium classes
for men in Waterman gym on Monday.
The regular Tuesday sections will
meet as usual.

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Feb. 26, 21, 28
1ATINEE DAILY
Geo. Kleine's $100,000
Photo Drama
Cast' of 10,000 actors- In 3 acts
Each performance 2 1-2 hrs.
DIRECT FROM ASTOR THEATRE N. Y.

MATINEE-NIGHT
Washington's Birthday
C. S. Primrose
Presents
ROBERT EDESON'S
Great Play
"Where
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trail.
Divides"
As seen in all the big cities-A big
scenic production-This season's
big success.
NIGHT
Thirteen Rows Orchestra.........$1.00
Balance Orchestra................75
Four Rows Balcony ...............75
Balance Balcony............... .50
MATINEE:I
Thirteen Rows Orchestra........,. .75
Balance Orchestra ..............,...50
ntire Balcony....... ..25

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Entire Lower floor
8 rows balcony
Balance........
All Seats Rseerved
MATINEES

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25C

SATURDAY TINEE
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WHITNEY THEA
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February
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Special Return Engagem
Greatest Success of the

Adults .
Children, under 10..

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MAJESTIC
TO-NIGHT!
THE HOWE AND NORTH-
LANE CO.
In the Comedy SurprIse
"In and Out"
Coming Monday
"ALADDIN'S LAMP"

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TIHE PLAY I)EAR TO MILLIONS
DENMAN THOMPSON'S

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Mr. Frank Thompson
presents the Original
Company with the Fa-
mous Musical Features
including the Double
Male Quartette.

Prices: $1.50,

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FENPFCKED RENRY'"-FEB. 26
30-People-30
FIFTY PLAYERS COME OUT FOR
Y4RSITY TEAM
(Continued from page 1.)
c, and Davidson and Metcalf, pitchers.
B3enton and Lichtner, of the football
squad, and A. Matson and 0. Milkin are
the other candidates for the catching
position, weakened by the loss of Rog-
ers and. Webber, of last year's trio of
receivers.
The following candidates reported
previous college experience: B. E.
Smith, c, M. S. N. C., Ypsilanti; C. W.
Ferguson, p, Marshall college, W. Va.;
F. B. Graham, of. Alma college; D. R.
Maltby, lb, Kalamazoo Normal; and
C. R. Stallings, c, Marian, Ind., Nor-
mal.
Pitching candidates are not as
abundant as usual. The fololwing men,
in addition to those listed above, are
hurlers: L. B. Kenyon, 0. Vogel, T. .
Wheat and Soddy. Other infield candi-
dates are: A. W. Long,'3b; C. W. An-
derson, 3b; Dwyer;:1b; C. O. Leninger,
3b; W. A. Diemer, ss; G. C. Powell,
3b; Rice, 1b; and Abbott, 2b.
The squad for the outfield is excep-
tionally large, the following other can-
didates being out: H. J. Smith, R.I
Bridge, B. Leiserwitz, A. D. Robert-
son, C. H. Ross, H. H. Caswell, C. H.
Mardhall, and E. F. Brouker.
Additional candidates are expected
out today and the first of next week,
which will bring the total squad well
up towards the seventy-five mark.
Prof. Gleason Will Conduct Station.
The biological station of the univer-
sity located at Douglas Lake, Mich.,
will be under the supervision of Prof.
Gleason of the botanical department,
during the summer session.

NICHTS
4 Rows Orchestra $1.50
Balance Orchestra$1.00
8 Rotas Balcony .7.5
Balne Balcony .50
Gallery ... .25

BCD- ischf GA R RIICK T HEA
Detroit, Michigan
Passing Show of
220 Chapin lreettPhone 809-LPg
Choice cut flowers and plants. Next Week, "THE BIRD OF PARa
EAT AT "POP'S"
The Place Where Things Taste Like Home
"Pop" Bancroft Cor. Monroe and Thay

MATINEE
4 Rows 'irchestra $1.00
Balance Orchestra .75
Entire Balcony . 50
Gallury . . .25

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Lower Floor -
Ba'cony - -
MATINJE
Adilets -
Children, untie; 12-

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We make our own candy
S. Main St. N

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n Program Is Not Yet Arranged
yet no musical program has been
iged for the Sunday afternoon
ing at the Union, owing to the ill-
of P. D. Koonz, '14, general chair-
Hon. E. F. Johnson, federal
e in the Philippine Islands, will be
>rincipal speaker, and will tell of
work done by Michigan graduates
e development of the government
e Philippines.
aer Track Captain Visits in City
rse-power" Ramey, Varsity track
tin in 1906, was the guest of In-
ural Director "Rosy" Rowe, one
.s former teammates, yesterday.
ey, who is now in business in Chi-
stopped over a day on an eastern

Cosmopolitan Student to Remain Here
The Cosmopolitan Student, the or-
gan of the International Federation of
College Students, will be published at
Michigan at least until June 1915, un-.
der the management of Fred B. Foulk,
'13-'15L, and ,Wililam W. Welsh, '12.
Health Building Will Be Improved
Preparations are under way to fit
up the second floor of the building
now being used by the university
health service. More convenient hours
for women patients will probably be
arranged as soon as the improvements
are made.. The facilities that the
health service affords at present are
unable to meet the demands placed
upon it.

CAMPUS iN BRIEF
-Assistant Professor C. S. Berry o
the educational department has been
appointed by Governor Ferris to rep-
resent Michigan at the annual confer-
ence of the national child labor com-
mittee, held in New Orleans March 15
to 18.
---Baristers, Vulcans and Druids are
planning to entertain 75 couples at
their formal dance which will be held
Friday evening, March 6, at the Un-
ion.
--A hundred trade catalogs have been
ordered for the Engineering library,
and are arriving daily. These deal
principally with concrete and highway
construction.'.
--Albert Chavez, the Argentinian who
accompanied Prof. W. J. Hussey from
South America, has enrolled in the
graduate school.

Find No Clue to Theft of Painting
No clue to the theft of one of Helen
Hyde's paintings in Memorial hall has
been discovered by the university au-
thorities. The painting is one of the
collection of prints and drawings now
being exhibited in the hall. The dis-
appearance was noticed several days
ago, but no step has yet been taken
to recover it.
University Bills Total Big Amount
Charles Loos, purchasing. agent, has
received bills for over $10,000 for goods
purchased by the university this
month. This list includes food mate-
rials for the hospitals, construction
material for various campus buildings,
and laboratory supplies for the chem-
ical and medical departments.
Student Delivers Lecture on India
Karm C. Kerwell, '17M, gave an illus-
trated lecture on "Glimpse of India"
last night in Newberry hall before an
appreciative audience.

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.

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season. Alumnus to Feature Los Angeles Work
The next number of the Alumnus
avis Gives Lecture at Adrian will be called the "Los Angeles and
Davis of the educational de- Medical number." It will be issued in
it lectured last night in Adrian. I about a month and will contain an ar-
vis will return to Ann Arbor tile on the work of the Los Angeles
rning. Alumni association.

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