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January 12, 1915 - Image 4

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I want U to REALIZE what fine
results can be had from ordin-
ary small negatives when I
enlarge them for you.
I want to SHOW U for 10 days
with enlargements up to S x io for the un-
heard of low price of only 20c -or 25c
in sepia - (not more than 3 at this price
to any one customer).
Regular price hereafter 35c.

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Fver Saturday, any Child under 12 Years 5c. "Same Majestic Prices." "Get a C
They are Worth 5c at the Whitney Movies."
Coming Thurs,--WINONA WINTERS The "CHEER-UP"

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TELL ORON BOYS'~
ABOULUNVERSITY .
Y.M.C.A. Squad Makes Religious Sur-
vey of City During Week-end;
Mold Banquet
PRIVATE INTERVIEWS EFFECTIVE
Work on the university Y. M. C. A.
extension service started last week-
end when six men journeyed to Orion,
in Oakland county, and held a religious
survey there. N. E. Pinney, '16, Philip
C. Lovejoy, '16, Norman C. Bender,
'17, Phil D. Hall, '15, Raymond E.
Flynn, '17, and Frank Olmstead com-
posed the team of workers. The Oak-
land county Y. M. C. A. arranged for
the survey.
The first meeting was a banquet Fri-
day evening attended by 125 men and
boys. At this gathering the workers
gave information concerning the uni-
versity. Flynn, who was pitcher for
the All-Fresh baseball team last
spring, told of athletics; Hall describ-
ed the university's work; Bender out-
lined the freshman's first impressions
at' Ann Arbor, and Lovejoy spoke of
the work of the Y. M. C. A.
Saturday the men formed two squads
of three each, one making a religious
census and the other interviewing the
business men. In the afternoon one
squad went for a hike with the high
school boys, and the other enjoyed
coasting with the smaller lads. In the
evening the men held a frank get-to-
gether with the older high school boys,
where they disdussed athletics, voca-
tions, sex hygiene and social life at
Orion.. On Sunday 'talks were given at
the various Sunday schools and at a
union meeting in the evening.
The workers feel that most effective
work was done in private interviews
with the boys, but much other good
has been accomplished. The boys have
circulated a petition through the high
school asking that the school board
secure a man teacher besides the su-
perintendent, this teacher to organize
and coach school athletics. The busi-
ness men have sanctioned this plan
and also have pledged money to se-
cure Dr. A. S. Warthin, of the univer-
sity medical department, for a talk on
sex hygiene.
Extension department teams have
been booked for three other towns,
Rochester, Birmingham and Pontiac,
in the same county, and, while at these
places, some of the workers will call
again at Orion for follow-up work.
Ionia will be surveyed next week-
end.
versity hospital.
-Dlean Victor C. aughan of the medi-
cal department, was in Davison, Mch-
igan, last night, where he delivered a
lecture for the university extension
lecture course.
-Charles M. Davis, '1SE, was sent to
the university hospital Saturday with
blood poisoning.
-Prof. W. C. Hoad will speak to the
civil section of the Engineering society
on the Dewey decimal system for filing
and indexing literature for the use of
engineers, at 7:00 o'clock tomorrow,
in room 311 new engineering build-
ing.
-Rabbi Henry Berkowitz, of Philadel-
phia, spoke to a large audience at the
services of the Jewish Student Con-
gregation in McMillan Hall Sunday

evening. His subject was, "The Ruined
Temple of Peace."'
-Chas. D. Winstead, '08, former bus-
iness manager of The Michigan Daily,
and Morrie Shafroth, '10, .former edi-
torial writer, are spending a few days
in the city.

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BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
-where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "M" men are
taken care of. . Go to The
Edelweiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, Soc. Also for
your Dinner or after-the-
theatre Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
quets. Dancing from 6 to 8:30
and 10 to 12:30. Delightful
music - orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. A royal wel-
come awaits "M" men at any
hour of the day or night at

JACOB MACK, Manager
Popular Mats. Eve. 25--1.50
Wed. and Sat. GARR ICK Mats. $1 Top
_______-_DETROIT
Comstock and Gest Present
"THE STORY OF THE ROSARY"
F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
Phone 2225
PRESSING .;;asnd D "Called For
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Factory Hat Store
W. W. MANN, Prop.

118 E. Huron St.

Near Allenel

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CAMPUS BOOTERY
3808 South State Street - ROYAL TAI

We still have a nice
assortment of stiff hats which we are
closing out, some quarter off, some one
third off, some half price.
All Caps half price.

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TAILORING
and promt service
AT 1EASONABLE PRICES
ALBERT GANSLE

PRIME MiNJISTER C ANNOT COME
But Michigan Engineering Society Ex-
lects Large Convention
Final arrangements for the program
to be presented at the meeting of the
'lichigan Engineering society to be held
next week were completed at a meet-
ing of the program committee yester-
day afternoon. The entire program
will be announced in a few days. It
has been definitely learned that the
Hon. Alfred Deakin, first prine min-
ister of Australia, who was expected
at the meeting, will be unable to at-
te nd.
The present meeting, according to
indications, will be a large one. At-
tendance will be increased to some
extent because of the joint meeting
with the Detroit Engineering society,
on the second day of the gathering.
Several exhibits have been arranged
for, the majority being of engineering;
instruments.
Aihong the members recently elect-
ed to the society, are Prof. H. G.
Raschbacher and Mr. H. F. French, of
the engineering faculty.
H. L. Sensemann to Lecture to Teachers
H. L. Sensemann, of the rhetoric de-
partment, will spend most of next
summer in lecturing before the teach-
ers' institutes of the states of Ohio,
Indiana and Illinois. ,ach county
holds an institute meeting lasting one
week, and at these assemblages, Mr.
Sensemann will talk on the methods of
teaching rhetoric, - of preparing stu-
dent for college work and also on what
the college freshmen in general know
in rhetoric.

ENTRANCE AT

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Corner Hill

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"Mary Gray," Oh "Mary Gray," I rue We have secured the services of
the day I first set eyes upon you. Re- Victor Allmendinger who has a
member Mary Gray is the extra added utation of being a first class I
attraction with the ALL-GIRL-SHOW Tuner and Regulator: We can gua
t the Majestic, Monday, Tuesday, Wed- tee satisfaction. Phone 1707 Grir
nesday, Jan. 11, 12, 13, with a daily Bros., 120 and 122 E. Liberty St.
matinee. 72-7
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Second Floor

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-The engagement of Edith Benson,
'15, of Fort Worth, Texas, to John
David Lynch, '10-'12L, who is prac-
ticing law in Detroit, was announced
at a dinner at the Gamma Phi house
Saturday night. Miss Benson will com-
plete her course at the university next
June, and the couple will probably be
married some time during the early
part of next year.
-Cercle Franeals had a social session
at the Kappa Alpha Phi house last
night, at whichADirector Harry V.
Wann, of the French department, made
some remarks about the play, Which
the society will stage later in, the
spring.
-A. K. Jones, law, who broke his arm
while skating Saturday, is in the uni-

In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store.. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs'
and Toilet Articles. Phone 416. tf
Jordan Girls are three dainty Dam-
sels who perform daring feats on the
Slack Wire. They are with the "ALL
GIRL-SHOW" at the Majestic, Mon-
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 12,
13. "Remember A Daily Matinee."
72-7

,y your maza alamps at awitzer's,
310 S. Sate. tf
Don't fail to see "Mary Gray" the
"Waltz Girl in Miles of Smiles" at the
"Majestic" Monday, Tuesday, Wednes-
day, January 11, 12, 13, with a.daily
matinee. 72-7
"Nothing but girls" and every one
a sweet one at the Majestic with the
"ALL-GIRL-SHOW" Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Jan. 11, 12, 13, with a
daily matinee. 72-7

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