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--TODAY--
FRANK MAYO in
"REDDLIER OF LIES"

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rrained Men and Womsen
irmer Course in Accountancy and Business
n at Pace Institute on July 7. This short, in-
>ns) is well suited to the needs of college-trained
pect to make Business their life work.
fundamentals of double-entry bookkeeping, account-
ganization, management, and law-all presented in
>les and procedures of Modern Business. Write for

SUMMER BIOO6YCAMP
AROUSES KEEN INTEREST
Twenty-nine students have already
registered for admittance to the sum-
mer biblogical station which is to be
held near Peliston, Michigan, and in-
dications point toward one of the larg-
es sessions ever held, according to
Prof. George E. La Rue, director of
the station.
Never before has such a large num-
ber of applications been received at
this early date, and the fact, that al-t
ready additional provisions to quarter
the students have become necessary,
is considered an excellent pointer to-
ward a successful school. The session
is to last from June 28 to August 20
and course are offered in botany knd'
zoology to both graduate and under-
graduate tudents.
Unversity Owns 3,200 Ares
The biological station is located on
the same tract of land where the eng-
ineering camp is placed. The Uni-,
versity 'owns about 3,200 acres of hills,
valleys, lak'y, and plains, so that an
excellent opportunity .for all-around
study is provided.4 The camp is some
distance from any large city and those
taking the course are getting a real
"back to nature" camping trip in ad-
dition to the biological work offered.
-en and Women Attend
Both men and women are attending
the summer station, and a real "un-
iversity" air is provided by the pres-
ence of a dean of women and a health
service.
In the Summer session office, an-,
nouncements are to be obtained by
those interested, while, detailed in-
formation is given in the circular
which may be had from Professor La
Rue, rooms 4 and 9, Natural Science
building.
T$eScreen

THE .ARCADE
Her husband's weak will and sus-
ceptibility to the charms of the flirt-
atious wie of a millionaire threaten
to bring disaster to the married life of
Madge Grahan, played by Bessie Bar-
riscale in"A Woman Who Under-
stood" to be shown today and tomor-
row at the Arcade.
Before their marriage Madge had
devoted her time to sculpture and her
her tea room in Greenwich Village.
She had met Robert Knight who be-
came her husband, under unusual cir-
cumstances, having interrupted him
just as he was about to take his life
in a fit of despondency. Their hap-
piness together had continued unabat-
ed until Knight had fallen in with
Mrs. Alden a wealthy woman, who
pretended to be studying music but
was more interested in artists than'
art.

yetenes or erai, ana tne quality of
the acting, Maurice Tourneur's release
is unique. The vivid scenes showing
Jim Hawkins' discovery of the treas-
ure map, his quest for the buried gold,
and. his adventures with the pirate
treasure hunters, have an atmosphere
that is strongly reminiscent of the
charm of Stevenson's book.

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THE ,MAJESTIC
Maurlc Tourneur's picturizaton of
"Treasure Island" will .be shown to-
day and tomorrow at the Majestic.
Because of fhe impossibility of secur-
ing a boy who filled Mr. Tourn ur's
conception of Jim Hawkins, the boy.
hero of the story, this part is played
by Shirley Mason who interprets
it with unusual charm and piquancy.
Althotigh short screen reproduc-
tions of Stevenson's classic have been
shown in the past, in its lengtly, corm-,
FO SALE
FOR SALE-Two seats for entire May
q Festival., 6th Row-1st Balcony-
Worth $19.00. Price $10.00. call
Every, 273
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets, main floor, for any concert.
Call 1766-3.
FOR SALE-3 Festival tickets second
balcony, front row, section 12. Tel.
302-M or call at 619 E. University.
FOR SALE--Two seats for entire May
Festival. 6th Rowv, st balcony.
Worth $14.p0" Pric, $10.00. Call
Every, 2738,
FOR SALE-Saxaphoneas, BuescherC
Melody and ConnE Flt Alto. Both
new?" Call 11984 311 Thompson.
FOR' SALE-Two May Festival cover
coupons, $1.2 sach, phone 2276,
818 Oakland.
FOR SAE-Course ticket for May
SFestival. Mta" Floor. $6.00 Call
x;344-W. or 23orest.
FOR SAL-One course May Festival
ticket, center main floor.-$6.50. 414
Church St. or phone 4504'M.
FQR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets for Friday niglit concert. Main
floor. Call 583W.
FOR SALE -Two May Festival tick-
ets together, main floor. $12.00. Call
liaitd.Phone.1505.
FOW SLE-LTwo tickets. for. entire
May Festival. Downstairs.Call 1130.
FOR SALE-Two tickets for part of
Festival concerts. Call 941.
FOR SALEFirst class Gibson tenor
Mandolin. Call Walker, 1719-M.
. ISCLLANXOUS
RESERVATIONS ,for All-Amercan
College Tour in Europe this sum
mver 'should be made at once. An
exceptional opportunity is offered to
all students to spend a great vaca
Lion. For more details call M. Mer
zen, 1070-M.
WILL THE fellow wo borrowed the
blue and gld pweater at the Fall
Games and wore t at the Spring
Games please return to the The
"Daily office.
CALL PACKAGE Express. -Parcels of
all finds delivered to any part of
the city. 'Phone 1518-.

Lunches'
Nunnally's
Candy
Maynard St.

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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Dank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
Resources, $4,750,000.00
Northwest Corner Main & Hdron
707 North Universiy Avenue

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TODAY TOMORROW
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ckarwdvia., Cam-
watch. Reward

WANTED-First class cook for fra
ternity, With table of 35, to begin in
fall. Best wages 'for one who can
do the work right. References re-
quired. Write giving experience
and wages. Box E. D., Daily.
WANTED-Interviews with mi de-
siring connection with large dales
force. Plenty of money in this work
for you. See me at City "Y" any
day after 3 P. M., George B. Wil-
son.
WANTED-Students desired for sum-
mer worki. Positions open in near-
ly every state. Must be aggressive.
Best of wages. Box G. M., Daily.
WNANTED-A guitar of standard, make
and size. Must be in good condi-

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ker fountain pen between
and Engineering build-
mday. Reward. Phone
t Beta Tau pin. Initials
ack. Finder please call C.
07-W. Reward.
rtain pen, Friday, between
;w and Library. Call

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WHO WINSTHELOEF YUN
WHN THE "OTHRWMAN TRIES TO STAL
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ltion. Call
Adams.

1206-J and ask for. .C.1

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WANTED - Private garage at once.
Call 232. Ask for Mr. Lapp.
F~OR SALE
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets. Thursday evening, Friday aft-
ernoon, Saturday. One for Satur-
day afternoon, 1st Balcony. Ad-

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OFFICE OUTFITTERS

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