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JOHN D.'S BESIEGERS CHIEF AND STAFF J
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Alexander Berkman, leader of I. W. W. surrounding John D. Rocke
feller's estates at Tarrytown, N. Y., and his chief aides. At his left is Mary
Yuster. The other woman" is Helen Harris.
LOOKS SIMPLE, BUT JUST
They didn't teach you this one in the
"Uttle red schoolhouse," and you may
have slipped through Yale or Harvard
without'having found th"e answer to a
like "sum in arithmetic," but it's
hever too late to learn, so why not
have a try at it?
"It's not a "catch" it's a bona fide,
problem in mathematics, and a very
good test of your reasoning powers.
College professors have been known
to "fall down" on it, and even the old
timers who cut their teeth on mental
'rithmetic sometimes flunk on the
simple question .
If a third of six were three,
What would a fourth of twenty be?
You can figure it out on paper, or in
your head, but when you get the
right answer it will be 7.