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THE MICHIGAN 1 AILY

Everyone should have a Kodak
You can ti s e one everyday
Nothing tells the story better
GET IT AT
CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 SOUTH STATE STREET
AMATEUR FINISHING A SPECIALTY
We carry a complete line of genuine Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.
There is an Eastman for everyone from the Graflex to the KodakJr.
We will take in your old Kodak if you want a better one.
GET IT AT CALKINS' PHARMACY
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Advance Styles for spring
We are showing a complete Line
of Society Brand clothes for
Spring. Come in and inspect
them. Also a complete Line of
furnishings for Spring.

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Temple Theatre
ADMISSION Sc.
(except Friday and Saturday)

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Saturday, Feb.
Party" (with
Bushman.)

13-"Prince
Francis X.

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Next Week
Heights"

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Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Tuesday, February 9
John Emercon in The Conspiracy
Wednesday, February 10
Mary Pickford in Hearts Adrift.
Thursday and Friday Feb. 11.12
Margaret Clarke in The Crucible.
Saturday, February 18
Carlyle Blackwell in The Last
Chapter.
Arcade Theatre
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15; :45; 9:15
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13
Cast up by the Sea-Kalemr
Drama in Two Parts. Heark-
Selig News. The Stenographer
-Edison Drama. A Cowboy
Pastime--Lubin.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15
The Flower of Faih-Two Part
Selig Drama. The House of
Silence-Biograph; and others.
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Craftsmen meet at 7:30 o'clock to-
night at the temple. Rev. L. A. Bar-
rett will speak, and a luncheon will
follow the business meeting. Craft
team meet at 3:00 o'clock for rehears-
al.
Deutscher Verein meet in Verein
rooms, at 4:00 o'clok Monday, on im-
portant business.
Prof. A. F. Shull's class in zool-
ogy 2 will meet at 8:00 o'clock Tues-
day morning in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall, instead of in room 348, new en-
gineering building, as heretofore.
PROFESSOR ANESAI DELIVERS
T ALK ON JAPANESE BUDDHISM
Prof. Masaharu Anesaki delivered
his second lecture in Ann Arbor yes-
terday afternoon, when he spoke in
Alumni Memorial hall, on the sub-
ject, "A Prophet of Japanese Budd-
hism."
Professor Anesaki, in dealing with
a prophet of Japanese Buddhism, nam-
ed as the principal hero, . Nichiren,
meaning Sun-Lotu a combination of
Japanese symbols of ideal perfection.
According to Professor Anesaki, Nich-
iren represented the high tide of pa-
triotism of his people, brought on by
the repeated invasions of the.Mongols.
In doing this, he prepared for the fu-
ture, when a Universal Buddhist
church should be established, accord-
ing to his ideals.
Receive Book By Sabin, '95, to Review
Prof. Frances Ellis Sabin, '95, is the
author of a book entitled "The Rela-
tion of Latin to Practical Life," which
has been sent to the editor of the
Michigan Alumnus, for reviewing. Pro-
fessor Sabin is head of the department
of Latin in Oak Park and River Forest
township high schools of Chicago.
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Rigorous, Vigorous
Winter Pastimes
-to be thoroughly enjoyed-must be indulged
in without fatigue of body or mind. And this
can best be done on a regular diet of
Shredded. Whea
Athletes who excel in winter sports keep their
blood red, tissues healthy, and brain alert by
the daily use of this most nourishing form of
whole wheat. They find it contains all the
food elements that are needed to keep them in
fine fettle, their muscles hard; their eyes clear,
their brain active.
Ready to serve at any time with cream and
sugar or with fresh or preserved fruits, stewed
prunes, sliced batianas or baked apples.
"All the Meat of the Golden Wheat"
Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company, ,Xagra Fals, N. Y.

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AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

DAINES & NICKELS

The only Studio on the Campus
334-336 S. State 3t.
Official Photographers For The MIClIUANENSIAN.

Phone 130-J

-Total membership of the Michigan
Union has reached 2,651, a gain of 12
for the second semester.
-M. J. Broussard, '15L, of Breaux
Bridge, La., has left the university to
enter business in Detroit.
-Interest in journalism and newspa-
per work among the students, is shown
by the fact that over 60 have entered
the journalistic course, being given in
the rhetoric department under L. L.
Bryson.
-Copies of the February number of'
the Michigan Alumnus will be issued
today.
--Rev. Leonard A. Barrett will deliver
a patriotic address on Abraham Lin-
coln at the Presbyterian church Sun-
day.
-During the past five years the uni-
versity homeopathic hospital has
treated 7,480 patients, 1,537 being
treated during the year 1914.
-Lectures on "The Glaciation of North
America and Europe" will begin on
March 2 in Russell Seminary at 7:00{
o'clock.
-Positions in the Y. M. C. A. cabinet,
left open by the resignations of Clin-
ton Gernert, '17, and Melvin Case, '1,
will be fulfilled by Yancey R. Altsheler,
'17, and Phil D. Hall, '15, respectively.
:Ruby Macomber, '17A, has beent
elected secretary of the Architectural
society, and Robert Frantz, '16A, has
ben put on the board of directors. ee
--T'hree sacks of clothes have 'beef)n

Makes Your Hands like Velvet
Mann's Benzoin Cream has a marvellous effect on the skin.
Two or three applications will remove the roughness, and
by its occasional use the skin acquires the smoothness and
softness of a baby's.
Delightful after Shaving. Price 16 eents
MANN'S DRUG STORE 213p . a.n Seet

MIMES MAY ENTER NATIONAL
MUSICAL COMEDY CLUB BODY
At a meeting of the Mimes, Thurs-
day night, the question of joining the
National Musical Comedy club was
brought up, and was favorably con-,
sidered, with the condition that the
Triangle club of Princeton, the Mask
and Wig club of Pennsylvania and the,
Black Friars club of Chicago should,
also join. Letters were sent to these
organizations i nforming them of the
Mimes' decision.
la Boynton Will Deliver War Lecture
Dr. E. C. Boynton, pastor of the
Congregational church, will lecture
on, "War or Peace,-Does the Bible
Sanction Both?" at 12:00 o'clock to-
morrow, at the Congregational church.
This will be the first of a series of
fou1 talks which Dr. Boynton will
give.

Set Dates of Oratory Contest Tryouts
Dates for the preliminary tryouts
for the University oratorical contest
have been announced as follows: jun-
iors, Monday night; sophomores and
freshman laws, Tuesday night; sen-
iors, Wednesday night. All the try-
outs will be held in ioom D of the
law building, at 8:00 o'clock, and are
open to the public. Five contestants"
will be selected in each of the trials,
and will represent their class in the
University contest on March 2 in Uni-
versity Hall.

IF YOU WANT FIRST CLASS
COME TO THE
RELIABLE
WHERE YOU GET- VARIETY

1212 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
T. HANKINS, Prop.

ONE BLOCK FROM
ENGINEERING BUIiLDING

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Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's, University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
310 S.-State. tf and Toilet Articles. Phone 416.*t!

THAT' IS
WHERE THE
Tonte V___L I
P RE MIN ENT
demonsratiVICTROLAS
$15-$200
ORINNNELL BROS.
"The House of Service."

Buy your Mazda
310 S. Sate.

lamps at Switzer's,
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522 "Back of the Union"
Holmes Taxi Co.

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Just received a number of used Ko-
daks, overhauled at the factory. Yours
at a very low price. Lyndon.
Don't go to the shoe shop for pea-
nuts. ° Go to a real Kodak store and
get the latest models-all the new
ones in stock. Old ones at a discount.
Lyndon.

Dean's Fresh Roasted Peanuts per

pound loc.

91-92-

Business opportunity. Wanted: Stu-
dent as agent for Superior Monogram
cigarettes. Good Commission. Ad-
dress T, care Daily.

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