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February 22, 1914 - Image 6

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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
ofscratching 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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108. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN
REVOLFTION WILL CELEBRATE
The DaVghters of the American Rev-
olution will give a celebration in Hill
auditorium this afternoon at 3:00
o'clock, in commemoration of Wash-
ington's birthday.
Regent J. E. Beal will preside. The
University quartet consisting of Ken-
neth Westerman, Edward Kemp,
George Moritz, and Chase Sikes will
sing several selections. Hon. Perry
F. Powers, of Cadillac, is to be the
principal speaker. His address will
be entitled "Memories as a National
Asset."
No admission will be charged.

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JANUARY SALE
F ON ALL MILLINERY

RICHARDSON

115 Liberty East

YOU WILL FIND
-Our ad in student publi-
cations.
-Our expert service always
VI. at your command.
ICE CREAM, CANDIES, LUNCHEONS
PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE

'ee Roasters and

Wholesale

Grocers

Florer Writes Book on Luther's Bible
Prof. Warren W. Florer, of the Ger-
man department, is at present work-
ing upon a monograph entitled, "Lu-
ther's Use of the New Testament in
German Before He Began His Final
Version of the New Testament, which.
Appeared in 1522."
This monograph is based upon a.
complete collection of the verses and
passages from Luther's writing up to
the time when he began the final ver-
sion. The collection is supplemented
by Luther's use of the New Testament,
and the Latin version of the Vulgate.
A comparison will also be made of
the 148 version of the German i-
1l .
Engineers Secure New Apparatus.
Considerable new apparatus has
been installed in the engineering lab-
oratories this week. In the mechani-
cal laboratory a new Spencer heater
has just been set up, to suppiment the
Ideal steam heater recently acquired,
to ┬░make comparison tests in building
heating by different methods. Ap-
paratus to determine frictional air
resistance is also being used for the
first time. In the hydraulic laboratory
a new 20 horse-power motor has been

set up, with a direct drive on a cen-
trifugal pump. The recently acquired l
apparatus will be used immediately
for various tests.
IOWA GOVERNOR CONTRIBUTES
' TO COSMOPOLITAN MWGAZINrE
Governor George W. Clarke of Iowa
is one of the contributors to the Feb-
ruary number of The Cosmopolitan
Student. His article is entitled "The
Cosmopolitan Movement." The issue
will appear next Monday.
Dr. George Nasmyth, director of the
International Bureau of Students has.-
an article on"The Unity of the World,"
and Eugene F. McPike, secretary of
the International Congress of Refrig-
eration, contributed an article on "The
Need of an International Institute for
Intercommunication."
DR FULLER WILL REPRESENT
MICHIGAN AT CONFERENCE
Dr. George Newman Fuller, secre-
tary of the Michigan historical com-
mission will represent the university
at an informal meeting in Chicago on
Friday, February 27, to discuss the
possibility of forming an historical or-
ganization of the five states of the old
Northwest territory, and to further
the study of the early history of this
section.
The Universities of Illinois, Indiana,
Wisconsin and Michigan will be rep-
resented at the conference. Dr. Otto
Schmidt, of the Chicago Historical so-
ciety, will also attend the meeting.
Educational Club Meeting Postponed
The regular meeting of the Educa-
tional club, scheduled for Monday
night has been postponed indefinitely,
owing to the inability to secure a
speaker, and the fact that Tappan hal
will be closed, because of the holiday.

POPULAR PRICED
MAT. WED.
BEST SEATS $1.

C. I. KIDD, '17 Lit.

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Return EngagmDent of Last Season's Favorite
OLIVER MOROSCO presents
The Bierd o
A HAWAIIAN ROMANCE by Richard Walton Tully
The Play of a Woman's Soul
The Dramatic Novelty of the Stage
Week Mar. 2 Oliver Morosco pres4
J. Hartley Manners' Comedy of Yot
RETURN BY REASON OF PUBLIC DEMAND OF
PE G 0' MY HEAR
Laurette Taylor's original creation with the same Metropolitan Con
that appeared here earlier in the season
NOTE-Fifteen thousand persons saw "Peg" bafore; 7,000 persons and more
ad to but found the house sold out
Nights and Sat. Mat., 0 to $2.00. Pop. Mat. Wed., 25c to $

HAND PRESSIN
Be iiin g Dec. 8th
SUITS 25c TROUSERS

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Ltd. 214 S. Main St.

GUY WOOLFOLK

showing Spring and Summer Ready-to-
iothing from the shop of A. Starr Best,

JUST IN

RBOR SHOWROOM-326 S. STATE ST.
ESE are the DAYS
that you need a soothing, healing
for Chapped Hands and Face

Spring Suitings--see
them in our window--
many more inside--we
will lay aide your se-
lection.

* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.
* * * * * C* C * C
More than 60 junior woman attendedj
their Washington's birthday luncheon
yesterday afternoon at the Union. Dean
Myra B. Jordan and'Miss Laura Post,
director of Barbour gym, were guests
at the affair, which was followed by
dancing. Toasts were given by Mari-
on McTherson, Cora Roe, Helen Mal-
colmson and Mildred Reese. Joseph-
ine Hayden acted as toastmaster. It
was unanimously decided to invite
freshman women to the next-luncheon,
to be held next May. The definite date
for this function will be announced

PACKARD ACADEMY
MATINEE DANCE-Saturday Feb. 28, 2 to-5 P. M.
Chaperones in attendance. 50 cents per c

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COULDINC & WIKEL

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410 N. Fourth Ave.

Men's Spring Neckwear
In Sweeping Six Day Sale

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tied with a GUARANTEE.

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Coming at COLISEUM ROLLER RNK
March 2.3-4. Late feature with Barnum and Bailey Circus, in his
Refined Cycle and Skating Act
Tricks of skill and daring. Unequalled trick and fancy skating.
Also introducing marvelous tricks on Bicycles, Unicycles and
Ciraff-a-cycle 10 feet high. An act full of surprises will appeal
to old and young.

We have secured from the manufacturer of certain wikely
advertised silk neckwear a special lot of Spring Four-in lands
in all the newest stylesand colorings. Regular price is never
lower than Soc. During this week only,

35c each or 3 for $1.00

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NOTE:-Our trade agreement forbids the use of the manufacturer's
name in sales at any other time than at close of seasons.

WORLD'S FAMOUS PIANIST

L AUDITORIUM, MONDAY, MARCH

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Tickets now on sale at University School of Music,S 1.00

Admission 10c

Skates 15c

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MEET ME AT
SPECIAL
Fresh Strawberry Sundae
Cor. State and Packard

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NOTICE
Beginning March Ist, we will carry a complete
line of Kodak Supplies. Also 24 hour
service on developing or
no charge.

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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