1 Greetings! Michigan Men
II and Women
We are glad that you are back again. We had a fine vacation
and hope you had the same. - We have enlarged our facilities
for serving you this school year and we solicit your trade, with
the assurance that you will receive our very best attention.
We are headquarters for Eastman Kodaks and all kinds of
We are better equipped and do more amateur finishing than all
others put together.
War prices do not affect our prices-we have a year's supply of
chemicals on hand. "We should worry."'
Another big reduction this year. All 8 x 1o Groups and Flash-
lights (of 20 or more people) 25c each. ;Buy as many as you wish.
Lyndon's Groups and Flashlights are the best in the world.
Read to-morrow's Edison Phonograph ad.
Open every night until 9:30 Sundays 9:30 to 4:30
719 N. University "At the Sign of the Kodak"
Always a Good Show
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
October 1st, 2d, 3d.
HALTON POWE L L
Offers ,the Famous'Singing and Dancing Pair
Earl S. Dcewy and Mabel Roger
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:e, or address
The meeting for those writing music
for the Union opera has been post-
poned until tomorrow, at 5:00 o'clock
at the Union.
LONG DISTANCE MEN TO BE
REWARDED BY NEW "C. C. C."
Michigan's long distance runners,
who remain faithful to the cross coun-I
try team, during the entire season, will
receive recognition of their work, ac-
cording to plans recently inaugurated,
by Intramural Director Rowe. En-
graved certificates of merit, bearing
the "C.C.C." will be given, at the end
of the season, to all men who have
worked regularly with the squad.
Members of last year's squad will re-.
ceive these certificates on the same
The regular 'C.C.C." insignia will be
givent to the men winning the first
three places in the novice race, to the
first two places, and first three time
places in the handicap race.
The cross country colors, which in
past years have been red and white,
have been changed this year to the
athletic association's yellow and blue.
Director Rowe will issue a call to
the long distance runners later in the
Ann Arbor's Parlor Picture Theatre
Tues., Sept. 30-Wm. Court-
leigh in "The Better Man."
-By Rev. Cyrus Townsend
Wed.-Thurs., Oct. 1-2-Jack
Conway in "The Valley of
the Moon.-By Jack London.
Fri -Sat., Oct- 3-4-Lawrence
Peyton in "Martin Eden.''
-By Jack London.
Union Begins Saturday Night Dances
Weekly membership dances will be
held this year at the Michigan Union,
starting this week. The committee
for Saturday night is: Harold M. Eas-
ley, '16, chairman, Sidney T. Steen,
'16E, and William M. Riach, '17E. A
new plan provides that the selection
of chaperones, sub-chairmen and com-
mitteemen will be more evenly and
widely distributed among the faculty
and student body than in previous
years. Tickets at 50 cents will go on
sale at the Union desk at 5:00 o'clock
LAST TIME TONIGHT
Five good acts of Vaudeville. "Alice Teddy," Do
Dow, Little Miss Jean, Schrode & Mulvey
and Kennedy & Kramer.
The Merriest, Musical Mix-up in
Moons. Filled to the Brim with Ga.
Rummy Tunes, Classy Costumes and
And a Pony, Pcahy G horns of 8 Mai
Remember two shows every night, 7.30 to 9.00
Remember 4 Matinees each week, Tues., Wed.,Fri
Remember Ladies' Souvenir Matinee, Tuesday anl
Matinee Prices-1000 Seats 10c. Few reserved at
Night Prices-Entire main i oor, 25c. Bale oy, 20c
Extra! Friday '
Chorus Girls Contest b(
First and Second SI
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY
War or No War,
We mxsst eat to Ilv.
Prices are right at ORENS
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New Course in Spanish to Be Given
Owing to the great number of stu-
dents desiring to study Spanish, Prof.
Wagner, of the Spanish department,
has announced three additional sec-
tions. Prof. Kenyon, who has pre-
viously been exclusively in the Engi-
neering department, has been secured
to take charge of these courses. An
advancedcourse in practical Spanish,
known as Course 7, will be conducted
by Mr. Hernandez, who has only re-
cently come from South America.
Freshmen will be permitted to enroll
in this department this year.
LYCEUM CLUB MAKES PLANS
FOR STRENUOUS YEAR'S WORK
Ambitious plans for the coming sea-
son are being made by the Lyceum
club, which conducts a lecture course
throughout the state. Although the
extensive advertising planned has not
been put into effect as yet, orders have
already been received for five lectures
at Lansing, and for four shows at Oak
Following is a list of speeches which
have been prepared by the members of
J. A. Phelps, '15L-"Our Outcasts,"
"Education for Citizenship."
R. R. Fellers, '15--"Newer America."
S. J. Witting, '15-"Swords and
W. C. Mullendore, '14-'16-"What's
H. L. Nutting, '15L-"Readings and
Impersonations in Costume."
F. S. Sorrenson, grad.-"Misceflane-
W. W. Schroeder. '14-'16L-"Spirit
of Modern Business."
H. G. Allerton, '4-'16L-"The World
at Your Door."
Isadore Becker, '15--"The Mlan in
H. D. Parker, '16L-"Liquor and the
Members are elected by tryout
which will be held at any time, after
consulting Pres. J. A. Phelps, of the
oratory department. Only a nominal
fee is charged for the lectures, as the
sole purpose of the club is to give the
members experience in public speak-
COUNCIL PRESIDENT WARNS
AC(AINST lHAZING FRESHIMEN
A. T. Ricketts, '15E, president of the
Student Council issued this warning
to freshmen last night: "The Council
will take decided steps to apprehend
any student found guilty of hazing, ri-
oting, or destruction of property. The
penalty is expulsion from the univer-
sity." Two hundred or so freshmen
who turned out last night got -a free
show at one of the local moving pic-.j
The Council fixed the date for the
fall interclass contests which take
the place of hazing at Michigan, for
October 10. J. S. Books, '15L, and H.
G. Tait, '15, w411 be general chairmen,
with three sub-committees. The com-
mittee on poles will consist of T. E.
Agee, '15L, C. W. Ditchy,' '15A, H. M.
Lacey, '15, and A. W. Mothersill, '15;
mass meetings,-R. S. Collins, '16, H. S.
Parsons, '15E, and Kenneth Baxter,
'15E; badges, etc., H. G. Gault, '15,
and T. P. Soddey, '16E.
Nominations for senior, junior and
sophomore class officers in all depart-
ments will be held on October 9.
C. W. Ditchy, '15A, was sworn into
office last night.
Councilmen who were absent from
last night's meeting were H. G. Gault,
'15, A. R. Griffes, '15E, C. L. Cross,
'15D, and A. W. Mothersill, '15.
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Civic Association put before the stu-
dents the advantages of Ann Arbor for
summer residence. The association
also conducted a program of popular
The Best Popula
Attraction of ti
Mr. PAUL B.
A Play of Humanity in Thre
By Edward Peple
Author of "The Littlest Rebe
Notable cast of Players
Special Scenic Fquipinent.
Matinee 25, 35, 50
Night, 25, 35, 50, 75,
Seat Sale Thursday
Matinee 2.30 Night
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this scheme -was satisfactory
the drill Head Coach Yost sele
following tentative lineup:
Staatz, le; Reimann, lt; Q
Raynsford, c; Millard, rg; Cocl
Lyons, re; Hughitt, qb; I4ai
lh; Catlett or Mead, fb; Bas
The game today will start
o'clock, and the first and thir
ters will be twelve minutes,
second and fourth will be ten
The officials will be Walter S.
dy, of Chicago, referee; Lyle B
of Brown, umpire;and Willian
$5.00 and up
lectures and entertainments.
With a net total enrollment, of 1,594,
the summer school for 1914 showed an
increase of 192 students over the num-
ber for 1913. Of the nine departments,
the Biological Station alone reported
a falling off. The registration in the
School of Library Methods, however,
taxed the facilities of that department
to the utmost. The Bogardus Engi-