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THE -MAJE ST.IC

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"'treasure Island" with its myster-
ious sailor-men, treasure maps, mar-
ooners, and pirates,' will be repeatedl
today at the Majestic. Among the
nu~merous scenes that harken back
strongly' to the adventur-e-land creat-
ed by Stevenson are a realistic rep-
resentation of the old Ben Baolt tav-
ern and the appearance of Bill Bones
followed by.Black Dog.

6,UO1NS
'T'Ii

THlE AUtCAIJE

TIMES TODAY

CE TOURtNEURt
PRESENTS
I LND"

Stanton Williams and Mary Jane
Irving are the' two childI assistants of
Bessie Darriscale in "The Woman Who,
Understood," to be repeated today at
the Arcade. They play the parts of her
children in this picture whose scenes
range from Greenwich; Village to an
exclusive summer resort.
Foreign Wars Veterans Organize
A nn Arbor post of the Veterans ofj
Foreign. Wars organized in a meetingI
at the circuit court room last night.
Patronize our Advertsers:-Ad*.

Results of tLe "freshman tests" for
engineers show that the large major-
ity of men "in the class of~ '23E have
aptitude along engineering lines.
A general review of the tests and
the conclusions reached as a result of
them was 'made yesterday morning
by Prof. W. C. load, at a meeting of,
the freshman engineer class. About
550 of these examinations were given,
and indicate a favorable ability in,
geometry and technical information.
Physics was third from the top, while
algebra and afrithmetic made a less
favorable shiowing.
The purpose of the tests as exphlain-
ed by Professor 1 oad, is not to test
the freshman, b~ut to test the tests by
comparing the ratings of men as in-
dicated by their1- examination with
their 'Standing during the college life.
Blueprints showing thle averages
and ratings of the class in the four ex-
aminations have been posted 'near the
secretary's office, and cardls with 'in-
dividual' grades can be obtained at the
office of Sec. Louis A. Hopkins.
Prof. John 111 Parker spoke to th'e
class on the advantages of the Sum-:
merw session, and asked that anyone
6expectint to attend place his name
and courses, desired on a card to b e
left, at the secretary's office.

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SUMMER SESSION 1920

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If you have lost time on account of the war, make it up
in the Sumimer Session. If you have not lost time; gain soime
by'summer study, and perhaps you can finish your course or
enter professional work much earlier than you have supposed
possible.

THE B LVE FrRONT CIGAR S
Corzr.r State 2%,"d Pacokard
Studenlt Proprietors

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

ANN ARBOR IS AN

IDEAL PLACE FOR

By Robert Louis Stevenson.

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test adventure story ever
d all about Long John i l-

IWUERTHI

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SEIOUS SUMMER STUDY., Announcements an(
formation ~may be obtaned at the offices of the various Scl
and Colleges.:
Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering an~d
Architecture,; Pharmacy, Graduate Study, Library Meth-
ods,. Biological Station,, Embalminag and Sanitary Sci-.
ence, June 2S-August 20; MNedicine and Surgery, June
28-August 8; Law, June 21-July 24 and July 26-August
28; Field Courses in Geology and Geography in Southlern
Kentucky, August 30-September 25.
For general information address

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I't miss this story of piral

AL.SO

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S' A E[erry Sunshine Comedy
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LAST TIMdrES' TODAY.
GEORGEWA]LSH In
""'DEADLINE"'
WATCH FOR
"eSILVER HORDE"

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Senior engineers must pay
class dues and assessments for
class picture riday morning:,
May 21, ntie. first floor of the
Engineering .building.

120E DUES PAYABLE

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T. E. RANWIN,
Box 30, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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M1ORROW - SATURDAY
I. S. H AR T'S
-,st Own~ Pr-oduaction
IE TOLL GATE".

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TODAY-TOMORROW

VIOLA DANA In
"'SHE WILLOW TREE"

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SNUBi1 M1fl

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MAMMA'S AFFAIR 5
BY RAMiEL BARTON BUTLER

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~'. ~SHOWS AT,
A beautiful Love Dram
a which tells an absorb-
$ $'R1 ing Romance of+Green-
%IR UNE S©C1wich Village.

:ackle a
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USSIE DABRISCALE ,
In-
WOMAN WHO
UNDERSTOOD"

STAR COMEDY
"OILING UNCLE"*
BRAY PICTOGRAPH

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YourOrde
L ngraved,
Cards
The
Mayer-Schairear
Co.,
STATIONERS, 'PRINTERS, BINDERS
OFFICE OUTFITTERS,
PHONE 1484 112- S. MAIN ST.

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and at 'Delmonico 's, New Yoik
C/( tact At Delmonico's, on Ffifth Av _nue -
. today, as for twof generathons past,
the/imost famous and one of ilhe most
- fashionable of New York restgaut-s-
F the sales of Fatima exceed those of=aany
other cigarette..;

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TOMORROW AND SATURDAY
WILL ROGERS"'
-1fi-
JES' CALL ME JIM"s
Dm J. C. Holland's "Seven Oakes"

"A Sensible Cifaretle

ALSO

CHARLIE CHAPLIN
- in-
"THE PAWN1SHOP"

~Just Enough Turkish"'
Snecl facts as this, show
plinly that as against thc'"too
mucli Turkish" of straight
Turkish cigarettes, and the"
"too little" of inferior blends,
discriminating smokers certain-
ly prefer, for its good taste, and
smoothness, the excelusive " just
enough Turkish " blend of
Fatima.

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Coming
[ERSTE~IN in "THlE SHADOW
ROSALIE BYRNES"

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