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_____________THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920

ENBINEER WILL EXPLIN
PROOEVIA9TION .PLA
Pr ospects for forming a section of
the United States Navy Air Service
Res&rve corps among [lhe students of
the University, will be dliscussedlby
Lieutenant Charles D. Williams. of1
the engineering staff of the Aircraft
Development 'company of Detroit, a!,
the meeting 'of the Aeronautical so-
ciety Monday night at the Union.
According to present plans, thc
training of students for this corps~
will consist of two years work in tho
ground school, lectures, and one s1un1-
mer camp of 45 days. The summnerI
temp will give the student actual fly-
ing experience, and will probably be
held at the. naval field in Chicago.
If a student then passes his examina-'
tions successfully, he will be given ai
commission in the Air Service Reserve
corps of the navy.,

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AT THE THEATERS
Today--Screen
Arcade-"The Prince of Pilsen,"
with Anita Stewart and George
Sidney.
Majestic- "Monte Carlo," with.
Lew Cody and Gertrude Olmn-
sted.
Wuerth-"East Lynne," with an
all-star cast.
Today-Stage
Garrick °(Detroit) -"The Grand
Duchess and the Wgaiter," by
Garrick Stock company, with
Ann Harding and Rollo Pet-
ers.
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"The Student Prince in Heid-
elberg."
Bongtelip Playhouse (Detroit)-
...Lord and Ladly Al7,y," with
William Faversham.

116031 ,ISt FOILWEEK OF
COMMENCkEWEN'SOLICITED)
All roominig house owners who
will have accommodations during
Cbmmencemen t week, beginning
June 7, are requested to list
their rooms with the Union as
soon as possible. All rooms at
the Union have been engaged by
alumni for both occasions.

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All second semester freshmenj
*#ho are scholastically eligible
and wish experience on the busi-
ness side of the Michiganiensian
can now get advanced experience
by working on the Students'
Directory this spring. Applicants
report at the 'Ensian office at 2
o'clock any afternoon this week. I
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MARTHA
WA SHIN GTON
CANDIES
Fresh Every Friday
TICE'S
70) North Unhversity.,

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DETROIT THEATRES
THIS WEEK

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ARR cKNiu'ts - 25"o$15
GARR~cKMatS. wed. 25c-Thc
THE CARRICK COMPANY
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with Ann 11irding-Rolla Peters
The B NSTELLIE CO.
Presents WM. FA'VERSHAM in
Miss Bonstelle as Lady A1qy
BostheFIhoseand lSat., 0-5
1Woodward at V~1lot Tel. Gleudale 4792
IeLafayette at Shelqy
Shubert Lafayett Night, Soc to$3 0o
Sat.Mat. 5oc4$2.5o
Pop.Thuirs.Mat. 50c to gig, plus tax. Cad. 8705
Worlds Most Charming Operetta
The Sudent Prince
TN HMIDELBERG
For All Makes of Cars.
TIRES FOR SALE.
JUNK OARS BOU0hI7
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KESSLER BOS., Canal Street

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LIGHT LUNCH - SALADS
TOASTED SANDWICHES
DESSERTS

Polar Cdub electric Tan
Protect your food by 'using a Triumph
Refrigerator in all Sizes
Save your Garden Hose by winding it
on a Victor Hose Reel
Our stock of Lawn Mowers is complete.
State street Hardware Co

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Fine Boxed

Candi'es

W E won't try to describe.,'a trip to Europe on a
Cunard Vacation Special because we abhor
superlatives. If you were aboard one last summer, noth-
ing more need be said. If you weren't, we'll leave the
description to your friends who were.
"A whale of a good time"~ is expressing it mildly.
Thumbs down on the usual, commonplace vacation this
year! See London, Paris, Belgium, Scotland, Holland,
this summer.
Interesting people, quaint customs, marvelous scenery,
intriguing sights-and the cost is only-

May Festival Visitors Invited.
Besy osg'ho
",elsyNICKELS ARCADE

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Quality, Quantity and Prices Right.

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CUNAOD & ANCHOR LINES
.19M4Wadi. Blvd. D)etroit
or Local Agents

$174O
To
$190"
Round Trip
TOURIST THIRD CABiN.J

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It takes little effort to
bring your laundry
and dry cleaning to
White Swan's Station
in the Press Building.

Another Fast Moving Farce Comedy
LEW CODY
ROY D'ARCY
(of Merry Widow Famfe)
TRIXIE FIIG ANiZA
And a Great Cast

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Chabot &Tortoni
"The Girlfrom Belgium n id
the Boy f1o0111ra1ce

"SKY BOUND"
A -)Ieriiiaid Comedy
Kituograins

pleasure

Lucky Strike popularity is due to a final
refinement. Its unique flavor comes
from 45 minutes of toasting. This
costly extra process develops the hidden
flavors of the world's 'finest. tobaccos,

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