ien you're ready
ick out a blue serge suit you may as well take your choice
a all the serges made. You'll find all of them right in this
>. You don't know what blue serge really means until
see these we are now displaying.
distinctive and individual. And why shouldn't they be
n selected by us.
You'll be happy with the blues you'll get in here.
Large Amateur Finishers agree that Task
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
Spring line now ready
M A LC OLM
our Feb. Clean=up Sale
Bostonian and Florsheim Shoes
n leather or rubber soles, black or tan
$5.50 and $6.00
State St. Opposite Hustons'
The Sugar Bowl
We have the best assortment of
Choooloptos an d on Bons
All klnds of fmnoy Ice Crearns for Parties
Try our Fruit Sundaes after the Theatre
half. The east part consists of two
floors, the upper one constituting the
main engine room, and containing the
two primary steam engines and the
two super-heaters for the boilers. A
traveling crane runs along the ceiling,
to facilitate the moving of heavy ma-
chinery. One corner of the room is
devoted to office space.
The lower floor on the east half is
utilized chiefly for foundations to sup-
port the machinery above. The pri-
mary radiator for the heating system
and the steam turbines for the super-
heater are also located on the main
The west half of the building contains
no upper floor, but is devoted entirely
to space for the furnaces, boilers,
smokestack, and their accesories.
Underneath the main floor, there are
two troughs, one for conveying the
exhaust from the boilers to the smoke-
stack and the other for receiving the
ashes from the furnaces and transport-
ing them to the ash collector, located
on the west side of the building. The
entrance to the underground tunnel
begins at the south-west corner of the
COMEDY CLUB SUCCESSFUL
DESPITE MANY HANDICAPS
From small beginnings manager Ar-
thur Cohen, '14L, and the cast of the
1914 Comedy club have evolved one
of the most successful seasons ever
experienced by the organization.
The heritage left by last year's club
was a large debt, and rather a bad
taste in the mouths of the students for
amateur theatricals. The cast, too, was
rather raw and undeveloped. Three
definite setbacks were experienced in
the matter of a date. Yet in spite of
these handicaps the club won through.
A great moral support was afforded by
the unanimous endorsement of the play
by the Drama league of America. The
final outcome was one of the best col-
legiate productions ever put on be-
fore a local audience.
On top of this came an invitation
from the St. Clair county alumni as-
sociation for a reproduction of "The
Scarecrow" at Port Huron. This was
the final triubute to the worth of the
organization, and the first time that
the club has ever been able to give an
out of town performance.
Orders Stay Departure of Nurses
Orders staying the deportation of the
hospital matron, Miss Edna Schwalm
and her assistant, Miss Elizabeth C.
Wilson, were received by Secretary
Shirley W. Smith yesterday noon from
inspector O. G. Frink, Detroit.
Miss Wilson left the city at the first
inference of trouble, but the universi-
ty authorities intend to press the case
and retain the two women if possible.
FRATERNITIES TO ARRANGE
FOR LENTEN BIBLE CLASSES
Representatives from all fraternities
will meet at the home of President
Emeritus James B. Angell tomorrow
afternoon to make arrangements for
holding Sunday Bible classes in the
fraternity houses during Lent. Paul
Blanshard, '14, and Ralph Snyder, '14L,
will present a tentative list of profes-
sors, who are to take charge of the
classes. President Angell may talk.
Lenten Bible classes, under the
same plan last year, proved a great
Matinees G rPrices
Wed. Garick 25c to
and Sat. $1.50
Oliver Morosco Presents
THE BIRD OF PARADISE
A Hawaiian Romance
MAT TOURNAMENT BEGINSTODAY
Changes Are Made in Way of Listing
Two of the Classes
The annual tournament for the cham-
pionship of the university will be
started this afternoon when a large
field of grapplers get together in their
first matches. The contests are to be
staged under the direction of heavy-
weight champion Lichtner, and are to
be judged by three officials who will
decide the winners in those bouts
where the decision is not reached by
the "down" route.
The classification of the welters and
the light-weight men has been some-
what changed since the original an-
nouncement of the contestants was
made. This year the light-
weight class includes all those wrest-
lers under 135 pounds, while those who
weigh in between 135 and 145 have
been put in the welter-weight class.
The following is the re-arranged
Welterweight: Caswell, Kelly, Saier,
McLaughlin, Crane, and Zewadski.
Lightweight: - Doyle, Kendricks,
Traub, Blumberg, Stebbins, Perkins,
Stape and Champe.
FOUR GAMES OF BASKETBALL
END FIRST WEEK OF SERIES
The inter-class basketball tossers
finished their first week of play when
four games were contested at Water-
man gymnasium last night.
The soph lits beat the fresh medics
in a 13 to 10 battle. Due to a blow on
the head, Ross, of the soph lits, was
out of the game for about five minutes.
In the second game the soph engineers
lost to the fresh homeops by a 16 to 10
A close game between the junior lits
and the juhior laws resulted in an 18
to 15 victory for the lit team. The
junior engineers won from the soph
medics in a one sided 33 to 11 game.
J-LIT "TEA DANSANT" TODAY
WILL BE RECORD BREAKER
Reports from the committee indi-
cate that the J-lit "Tea Dansant,"
scheduled at the Union this afternoon
from 2:30 to 5:30 o'clock, will break
the attendance record for afternoon
functions. It will be open to any stu-
dent who desires to attend.
The dance hall at the Union will be
surrounded by tables, at which the
women of the class will serve tea and
wafers to the dancers. The commit-
tee has announced that the dance will
be essentially a stag affair, but that
those who desire can attend in couples.
~ George B isol
Liberty and Main Streets F lal
A most convenient place for your 220 Chapin Street
banking. Choice cut flowers and
One Night Only
Under the auspices and guaranteed
by the Drama League of America
The Iden Payne
A COMEDY IN 8 ACTS
By Henry Arthur Jones
A Bit of Realism by Howard
Direct from a three weeks run at
Fine Arts Theatre, Chicago
Prices: $1.50, 1.00, .75, .50, .25
THURSDAY Feb. 26, 21,
FRIDAY _ _ _
SATURDAY MATINEES FRI,-SA
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the Funniest Comedian Ever
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I the Record-Breaking Comedy
Success of the D)ecadie
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HANDBALL PLAYERS MEET
TODAY TO PLAN TOURNEY
Under the direction of Floyd Rowe,!
director of intramural activities, a
meeting of handball enthusiasts is to
be held this afternoon at 4:00 o'clock
in Waterman gymnasium for the pur-
pose of discussing and laying plans for
the coming campus championship
tournament. At this sesion Director
Rowe will announce the conditions'
under which the three prize cups are
to be awarded.
Feb. 26! 27,
Goo. Kleine's $100,000
We are now show-
g advance styles in
otwear for ladies
v , ..,. r
us show you.
IAHR'S SHOE STORES
DAILY REHEARSALS HELD BY
CAST FOR ORATORICAL PLAY
Prof. Richard D. T. Hollister, of the
oratory department, and director of
the 1914 oratorical play, "She Stoops
to Conquer," is whipping the produc-
tion into shape in daily rehearsals
held in University hall.
Fifty dollars. has been set aside by
the Oratorical association to provide
a curtain and seven -stage screens for
Spicy Comment Will Feature Gargoyle
Containing spicy comment in pic-
ture and story on various aspects of
campus life, the Fast number of the
Gargoyle will make its appearance
today. In many respects this num-
ber is one of the best which has yet been
gotten out. The cover, by L. M. Kish-
lar is an alluring symphony in orange
and black and should attract consider-
able comment. Francis A. Bade has
218 S. Main.
IILLIAM E. DIETERLE
FORMERLY TRE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
s to announce that hehasopened atailoring establishment in Detroit at
94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
ial attention given to my College trade. The same prices
Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.
p a t the Crest
Th e New P1 a.ee
m :: Candy :: Light Lunches
The price has been reduced from 50 to
COURSE FOR COMMERCIAL
SECRETARIES IS PROPOSED
A new course, similar to that install
ed at Harvard last fall, for the train-
ing of commercial secretaries and city
managers, may be established here if
the plans submitted to Pres. Harry B.
Hutchins by William W. Welsh, '12,
secretary of the Ann Arbor Civic asso-
ciation,. meet with the favor of the
The course, as outlined, would have
the city managers of different cities in
the state, lecture to the students en-
rolled in this course, who will at the
same time attend lectures of the vari-
ous members of the economics faculty.
furnished something entirely new to
the campus in the form of grease paint
drawings, while Clark Smith, Roy Par-
sons and others have contributed oth-
er clever drawings.
W. A. P. John has written a parody
' on one of the leading modern writers
of detective stories. Many wheezes of
a more or less modern origin are in
the issue, while a goodly place is giv-
en to short humorous verse.
Student Is Appointed to West Point
Hiram Ely, '17E, has received notice
of his appointment to West Point. Ely
will take the medical examination at
Fort Wayne in June, and if he passes
it will enter the military academy at
once. He was appointed from the dis-
trict in New Jersey from which he
Cast of 10,000 actors. In 3 acts
Each performance 2 1-2 hrs.
DIRECT FROM ASTOR THEATRE N. Y.
Entire Lower floor . . 5 c
8 rows balcony .. 35c
Balance. . . . . . . 25c
All Seats Rseerved
Adults . A . . . . 25c+
Children, under 10 . . . 15c
Senior Laws Elect Class Day Officers
Senior laws elected the following
class day officers yesterday: toast-
master, D. F. Melhorn; historian, J. R.
Ober; prophet, C. E. Zachman; rep-
resentative to present class memorial,
J. L. Wilson; class orator, V. W. Main;
valedictorian, H. V. Spike. Another
batch of canes will be ordered within
the next two or three days. Those de-
siring a stick, may place their orders
with J. P. O'Hara or Harry Muller.
Huebel, Varsity Quarterback, to Marry
Herbert Huebel, of Menominee,
Michigan, former student and quarter-
back of the 1912 Varsity football team,
has announced his engagement to Miss
Marice Elenor Novak of Chicago. Hue-
bel is a member of the. Sigma Alpha
Epsilon fraternity, and coached the
football team at Rose Polytechnical
school at Terre Haute, Ind. The wed-
ding will take place in the early sum-
We make our own candy
Main St. N
US IN BRIEF
nember of the board of direc-
he American Society of Civil
's, Dean Mortimer E. Cooley
r York City today to attend the
seting. Dean Cooleywill not
o Ann Arbor until next Wed-
erent method of study will
th be pursued by the aero-
class, which holds its regular
at 1:00 o'clock today in room
e engineering building. Text
rk will temporarily be dis-
1 favor of laboratory tests.
-The Technic .board will hold a din-
I ner at the Union next Thursday when
plans of organization and and publica-
tion will be discussed.
-Ninety students are enrolled in the
new course, Physics 1, being given for
the first time during the present sem-
ester by Prof. N. H. Williams.
EXTERIOR CONSTRUCTION OF
POWER BUILDING FINISHED
Construction work on the building
proper of the new university power
plant has been completed. The build-
ing is divided into an east and a west
them in our window--
many more inside--we
will lay aside your se-
All garments made in
our own shops and by
Let Vs Fill Your Waits
We have the "Stuff" and our prices are right
The Students' Supply Store
1 1 11 So. University Ave.
L. C. SCHLEEDE
r R; e't"
Are Sure to Please