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May 27, 1920 - Image 7

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'IT EDISON PREP
TALK TO SOPH

Today and tomorrow - Rex I
Beach's "Girl from Outside."
Sun., Mon.-Pauline Frederick
in "Woman in Room 13."
Detroiti
The Bonstelle Co.
"The Country Cousin"
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"Alice In Wond-erland" and "Through
the Looking Glass" to be Shown
Pictures reproducing the marvels of
"Alice in Wonderland," and "Through
the Looking Glass" will be shown in
Hill auditorium on Memorial day: This
movie is to be run under the auspices
of the women of Bryn Mawr and Smith
colleges for the benefit of their en-
dowment fund.
Twomentertainments will be given.
The first will begin at 2 o'clock on
the afternoon of May 31, and the other
will start at 7:30 that evening.
It has taken six complete .reels of
film to accomplish the filming of this
production, and they are full of the'
spirit of the story which they carry.
Tickets"for both afternoon and night
programs will soon be on sale at
Wahr's bookstore. The price of gen-
eral admission tickets will be 30 cents,.
and there will be a block of 100 seats,
reserved to sell at 50 cents.
NOVEL EFFECTS FEATURE OF
ALL MEDIC ANNUAL DANCE

Mr. Alex Dow, president ,and gen-
eral manager of the Detroit Edison
company, will give a non-technical
talk on power plant design at the
sophomore engineer assembly at 11
o'clock Friday in room 347 Engineer-
ing building. The honorary degree of
Master of Engineering has been con\-e
ferred on Mr. Dow by the University.
In addition to this talk, business of
the class will be transacted, this be-
ing the last meeting for- thet resent
semester.
LIT-MEDIC TRANSFERS MUST
BE FILED BY JULY 1-HALL
Applications from literary students:
for transfer to the Medical school
must be filed with Registrar Arthur
G. Hall by July 1.
"Students now in the Literary col-
lege receive first consideration," stat-
ed Dr. Hall yesterday, "but with the\
large number of applicants. expected,
it is ,imperative that they be filed at
"once."

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Ice Cream, Delicious
We Make our own Ice
Orders solicited from -Frat
Sororities. 218 S. Main

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Novel lighting effects and musical
specialties will feathre the All-Medic
send off to be held Friday night at the
NAL BANK Union. The dance is an annual af-
GAN fair given in honor of the graduating
medics by the underclassmen of the
on Savings medical school and the dance Friday
s night is expected to surpass all pre-
vious ones in the elaborateness of dec-
orations and in the music and refresh-
ment furnished.
A limited number of tickets will be
available to the campus' after 4:30
Wednesday at the Union desk.

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fit. $3.00 upwards.
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A Hippodrome audience may truly
hecalled "representative" of the whole
UnitedStates-so this day-ai er-day pref.
erenceforFatima is highly significant.
For one thing, it shows the broad
sweep of Fatima's popularity.
But -more im~portant - it indicates
that men generally are growing more
sensitive to the taste-effect of~too much
or itoo little Turkish tobacco in their
cigarettes.
Fatima's "juut noughTurkish"blendi,
in other words, is the one feature which,
sets it definitely apart from all. other
cigarettes-and which accounts for its
leadership at so many famou# places.

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f ing over three million theatre
annually from every corner of the co
Fatima is not merely the largest-sellin
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than two to one.
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