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THE MICHIGAN DAILt

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V/ie
"Winsor"
$500
A New Spring Arrival

The Latest Great Improvement
in the Kodak World is the RANGE FINDER, which auto-
matically determines the Focus. The first one in Ann Arbor
will be here in a few days. See it at
L y N D 0 N KODAKS anLIE P S
Youl'll always find the LATEST in KODAKS and CAMERAS at LYNDON'S

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ink

Comes black or tan in
Fine importc d calf-skin

We easily save you one dollar
on this one

I
Ward, Bell and Ward are a trio
of acrobats that know how to put it
over. The whirling, smashing dash-,
ing troupe introduce feats of strength
and hair raising acrobatic gyrations.
The Ioleen Sisters are well known
in "big company." They are two
dainty girls who do amazing things on
the wire. Thc only act of the kind
in vaudeville. They perform some
very clever feats in sharpshooting
while on the wire.

WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP

115 S. MAIN ST.

+ Expert Developing and Print-
Sfling for Students and Others
P. S.- He use- the grade and kind! fiN ITYI IIILf
(Velox, Cyko, Etc.) of paper he thinks
713 E. University best suited to any given negative. ---
----- ' . Wil11iams, of New 'York, to Speck;
An Legal Side of Laud-
'scape Work

IARCA E1
Shows at 3:oo, 6:30. 8:00, 9:30
Mon. March 6-Arthur Donaldson and
Beulah Poynter in "The Hearts of
Men."
TSues. March 7-Charles j Ross in "The
Senator,"
Wed. March 8-Clara Kimball Young in
"The Yellow Passport." i5c
IOrpheum'Theatre
The Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matinlees, 2:00, 3:15 Evening, 6:d5, 8=o
9:15 Saturdays - Holidays Continuous
Sun -Mon., March 5-6-Mary Pickford in
"The Foundling." Evening i5c.
Tues.7-Mary Boland and Willard Mack
in The Edge of the Abyss (and Sub-
marine Pirate): 9 reels. Evening i5c
Wed.'March S--Edw, Arden in The Be-
lovea Vagabond.J

Whitney Theatre
Malil Or d ers Now !!
For the Performance on
MONDAY EVE., MARCH 6TH
of t h e Distinguished English Actor
xa z r'IM aude
IN HIS IN-NLL
TERNATl4ON- G R U PY"'
AL TRUIMPH
., Prices: 50c-$2. Mail Orders Now
WV H ITN Y H E T KR E

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Thursday,March

Charles Frohman presents

ores

II~l!JuI 1V

LUiLvv

"Art is long, Life is Short"
Sunday Evening Luncheon
Fifty Cents

5:30 P. M. to 8 P. M

SPECIAL FEATURE
Mandolin Trio Orchestra
Reservations Enable us to give Better Service

Amatuer Finishing of the
Highest Quality
And Photographic Supplies
--AT----
DAINES & NICKELS
It's Our Work That Counts
linedin te coumn bove

A series of lectures on "City Plan-
ning Law of the United States" will1
be delivered this week by Frank B. Wil-
hlams of the New York Bar, non-resi-
dent lecturer in the department of
landscape design. The lectures will
be given at 4:00 o'clock on Monday.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday in
the lecture room of the new science,
building.
This is the first time that any Uni-E
versity in America has offered lec-_
tures on city planning law and it is
fortunate that Mr. Williams should1
have been appointed for this work.
As a member of the Advisory Com-
mission on the city plan of New York
he has spent considerable time in
Europe in an official capacity study-
ing foreign methods. While these lec-
tures are given in the department of
landscape design they are of special in-x
terest also to the students in law, po-
litical science, political economy and
architecture, as well as to all those
who appreciate the meaning of civic
improvement and take an interest inT
it.
. The practical importance oft the
legal side of city planning must beI
clearly understood as a knowledge of
this phase of work is claimed to be;
indispensable to the city planner.e
VARSITY BASEBALL NINE WILL
PLAY 25 (lAMES THIS SEASON

THE FAMQUS
Cox Sons and Vining
GOWNS AND HOODS
' C for all College Degrees
may be ordered now from
f4
Arbor.
Feb. 26-Notre Dame University,
Notre Dame.
March 4-Intercollegiates New York,
N. Y.
March 11-Two-mile college relay.
Meadowbrook Club, Philadelphia.
March iS-Two-mile relay with Cor-
nell, 74th Infantry meet, Buffalo.
March 18-All-Fresh-Detroit Y. M.
C. A., Detroit.
Outdoor Track Schedule
April 22-Drake Relays at Des
Moines, ha.
April 29-Penn relays at Philadel-
phia.
May 6--Notre Dame University, Ann
A rbor.
May 13--Varsity meet, Ann Arbor.
May 20--Leland Stanford, Ann Arbor.
May 27---Intercollegiates in the East.
May 27--A114resh-M. A. C., East
Lansing.
June 2 and 3-Interscholastic, Ann

SKINNER

Direct from the Ceo. M. Cohan Theatre N. Y.

Prices. 50-$2.00

Mail orders niow

In his Iatest Comedy Success by
Henry Arthur Jones

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BOYS!

Be good to your feet and save money

THE RELIGIOUS FORUM
(By the Frater.)
The question in the Forum last
week aroused a good deal of discus-
sion and a number of fellows have
written the Frater asking him to state
his own position on the question as
to whether a man must touch sin in
order to speak with authority in re-
ligion. Some of the men seem to hold
the position that they ought to take
a post-graduate course in evil before
settling down to a life of goodness.
The Frater feels that many of the
students beg the question in demand-
ing experience in sin as a basis for
the religious life. Most of us posses
such an experience. We face sin every
day of our lives. Few fellows on the
campus can claim immunity from its
effects, and it is out of this very con-
dition,-out of a real need of help, that
the demand for religion arises.
Authority in religion comes from a
very different source; not from in-
timacy with evil, but from a friend-
ship with the good. Christianity is a
positive life, not a negative experi-
ence, and the man who would speak
with authority' must be able to talk
about temptations overcome and evil
tendencies subdued, to command at-
tention. The fellow of high ideals
who is just and fair in his dealings
with his roommate will be able to
offer more influential testimony in re-
ligion than the chap whose acquain-
tance with evil has developed into a
lasting friendship.
Of course, the brand saved from
the burnt. g' will be heard with more
than passiig .interest, but his ex-
perience itself will limit his useful-
ness. The touch with sin has its
price and the spiritual sensitiveness
of a man suffers first. Most of us
would i'ather secure our advice from
the expert who has an intimate and
positive knowledge of the field in
which we are vitally interested.
ANSWERS TO COIRES O NDENTS
Mr. D P.T:
You are quite right in saying that
the struggle between good and evil
has a great deal to do with the growth
of our moral natures. But do not
forget the part that conscience plays
in directing the line of action of a
sincere Christian.

lined in the column above.
THE FRATER.
AT THE THEATERS
(Continued from Page Four)
March 11, both at matinee and night.
This entertainment seems to bloom
in perennial popularity and its re-
peated engagements do not dull appre-
ciation of its tuneful music and ro-
mantic story; its play of humor and
the poesy of lyric. The company to
be seen here is said to be one of the
best ever chosen to interpret the mu-
sical comedy.
At the Majestic Today
Richard Mansfield's greatest success,
"A Parisian Romance," will be the at-
traction at the Majestic today. The
story is about Baron Chevrial (H.
Cooper Cliffe), a wealthy Parisian.
His whole interest in life centers in
woman, or rather women, for his list

Here you take no chances of having your feet misfited and ruited,
possibly for life. Neither do you have to wait an indefinite
length of time for shoes to be ordered and then find they do not
fit-we have the stock here.
Nor do you have to pay $1.00 to $3.00 per pair more than you
should for equal quality and style because we make you pay
cash-therefore you are only paying for your own shoes and
not for the shoes the other fellow did not pay for.

------ rbor.
(Continued from Page One
caliber will be encountered in both the 'Ihirift Exhibl" at Local "Y" in March
Meadowbrook Club meet at Pliiladel-
A "Thrift E° hibit," promoted by the
phia on March 11, and the 74th In-
fantry meet on March 18 at Buffalo, International Committee of the Y. M.
in which the two-mile relay team has C. A. and the American Bankers' asso-
been entered. ciation, will be shown at the local
In the outdoor events, Michigan will city "Y" March 20 and 21. Charts, pos-
again go up against the best in thejters and stereopticon views will com-
west at. the Drake relays on April 22 pose the exhibit. One reel of motion
and national competition in the Penn pictures also accompanies the equip-
relays at Philadelphia. The student mient.
body will have the best chance in
years to see its track men in action Lyndon's for kodaks, films, finish-
with the Notre Dame meet, the Var- ings Open Sundays, 9:30 to 4:30 only.
sity meet, and the Leland Stanford ;od-tu6
meet all being staged in Ann Arbor. -
The season will be wound up for the The Michigan Daily for the rest of
Varsity men with the Intercollegiates the year, $1.00. *
in the east on May 27.

119 E. LIBERTY STREET
Relief of Foot and Arch troubles our specialty

of conquests is large.
Rosa (Dorothy Green), the incom-
parable dancer of the Opera Comique,
comes to the notice of Chevrial. He
pays homage to her beauty by estab-
lising her in the most luxurious of
quarters and by lavishing upon her
the major part of his inexhaustible in-
come. Rosa toys with the baron with
feline cunning.
Majestic Vaudeville Bill
A regular "big time" vaudeville bill
is promised at the Majestic theatre
for the first three days of the week
starting tomorrow night. .All the acts
are direct from the Keith houses and
the headliner comes direct from the
Palace Music hall, Chicago, where he
was one of the features.
The headliner is William Pruette and
Co., assisted by Charles Orr and Co.,
in a musical offering called "A. Hol-
land Romance." Special scenery, cos--
tumes and electrical effects are car-
ried. That this offering will be a treat
to music lovers cannot be denied.
Helene !Hanmilton and Jack Barnes
will make their first appearance here
in a quarter of an hour 'of comedy
"Just Fun." This team has become
popular because it produces merriment
and dispels gloom.
Harry Von Fossen is a black face
comedian who says that he put "U"
in fun. He is a king among mono-
logists and singing entertainers.

Indoor Track Schedule
Feb. 19-Fresh-Soph meet,

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Saturday4s March 1
atieeand Night,

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Pixiey-Luders' International Musical Comedy Triumph
with-

JOHN

The Original H ns Wagner,
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And a Notable Metropolitan Cast including

Edward T. Mora, Geo. Meyers, Frank McEwan, Billy Arnold, Mabel Harris,
Earle McHafflie, Granville Hayes, Florence Hensel, Helen FitzPatrick, Irene
Duke and others
Last Opportunity to See this Fatmous Musical Comedy
Matinee 35c, 50c, 75c and $1 Matinee 2:15 P. M.
Prices Night 59c 75c, $1 and $1.50 Night 8:15 P. M.

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