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THE MICHIGAN AILY

THURSDAY,

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UBJECTS FOR
ION SPEAKERS

ie subjects of the lectures to be
n in the University next week by1
hree members of the official mis-
which has been sent to this
try by the French government,
been decided upon. The lectur-I
which will be given in the aftr-
i and evening, are as follows: At
clock, Tuesday, Nov. 26, illustrat-
ecture by Lieut. Seymore de Ricci
he. subject "Art in Old French
es;" at 4 o'clock, Wednesday,
27, lecture by Dr. Etienne -Burnet
'Pasteur as a Representative of
French Scientific Spirit;" at 8
ck, Wednesday, Novi 27, illustrat-
ecture by Col. Theodore Reinach

on "The Share of France in the Re-
construction of Greek Art."
The lectures will be given in Eng-
lish and are intended to show and
interpret for us the dominant elem-
ents of French culture. Each mem-
ber is considered one of the best liv-
ing French authorities in the field of
learning from which his subject is
taken. The lectures are so arranged
as to appeal to the general public.
The building in which the talks will
be delivered, and the minor details
of the programs, have not yet been
decided upon.
I.
Monitors for S. A. T. C. at Illinois
Champagne, Ill., Nov. 20. - At the
University of Illinois it has been
found, necessary to install the moni-
tor system in all classes in which. S.
A. T. C. men are enrolled. This is
for the purpose of keeping track of
the men at all times. The duty of the
monitor is to call the men to . atten-
tior when the bell rings, call the roll
and then give the command "seats."
A report of all absences is turned in
every day to the personnel adjutant.
Paris, Nov. 19.-A huge airplane
carrying 35 passengers flew over here
yesterday. The machine started from
Comblezville, 40 miles from the capi-
tol, and returned without a hitch.

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VESILLES CONFERENCE
TO ISSUE TWO TREATIES
DELEGATES TO SIGN TERMS IN
"FAMOUS FALL OF
MIRRORS"
(By the Associated Press)
Paris, Nov. 20.-The city of Ver-
sailles is preparing to receive the
delegates of the peace conference. The
deliberations are expected to be held
in the Grand Trianon, part of the
Chateua of Versailles, once occupied
by Marie Antoinette.
The "Hall of Mirrors," where Wil-
lam I. proclaimed the German em-
pire, and where the peace treaty
doubtless will be signed, 's' one of
the first places to be made ready to
receive the plenipoteniaries.
The practical details of the con-
represented, the size of the delega-
gress, such as the countries to be
tions, and the voting strength of the
countries are the subjects of much
discussion in diplomatic quarters. It
is a general belief that the countries
to be represented will include all
those who declared war against the
Central Powers, and those states
which were formed as the result of
the war, the Czecho-Slavs and Jugo-
Slavs.
It is probable that the representa-
tives of the Central Powers will be
called in for the arrangements of
preliminaries. It is expected that all
of the Central Powers will be rep-
resented, for while armistices were
separately signed with Austria, Ger-
many, Bulgaria, and Turkey, it is not
anticipated that separate congresses
will be necessary.
It is believed that the final conclu-
sions will be embodied in two treat-
ies, the first one to be concluded ear-
ly, covering the essentials, and the
second covering the larger general
questions after a more thorough dis-
cussion.
WAR DEPARTMENT CONSIDERS
DEMOBILIZING AIR SERVICE

DR. PETERSON TO
SPEAK ON NURSING
The first meeting of the Vocational
conference will be held from 3 until
5 o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. Dr. Rueben Peterson
will speak on "Nursing." Dr. Peter-
son is director of the University hos-
pital and owns a private hospital in
Ann Arbor. Miss Marion Peterson
will speak on dietitics. Miss Peter-
son has had work in the Peter Bent
Brigham hospital at South Bethle-
hem, Pa., and now is dietitian at Dr.
Peterson's private hospital. Miss
Marjorie Delevan will be the next
speaker and will talk on the work of
the state board of public health. Miss
Helen Davis will relate the advan-
tages of the nurses' training course
at Vassar.
Those who have decided on nursing
for a future occupation can get defi-
nite information about positions.
Nursing will now play an important
role in reconstruction and it is to
each Michigan woman's advantage to
learn how she can do her part.
All those wishing personal confer-
ences with the speakers are asked; to
sign up with Miss Potter in Barbour
gymnasium.
Dr. Clara Sargent Meets Chinese Girls
At a luncheon held in Lane hall on
Tuesday, Dr. Clara Sargent, '15, met
the 10 Chinese girls who are in at-
tendance at the University. Dr. Sar-
gent outlined the work that she is to
do after her return to China, where
she will act as a Doctor of Public
Health.
1
U-NOTICES
The Comedy club will hold an
important meeting at 4:30
o'lock this afternoon in the
Cercle Francais room in the
south wing of University hall. I
Officers will be elected and the
year's work discussed.

PROF. HOBBS TO GIVE FOURTH
OF SERIES OF WAR LECTURES
Prof. Wm. H. Hobbs will deliver
the fourth of his series of lectures
concerning thewar and its conse-
quences at 4:30 o'clock this after-
noon n the auiditorium of the Natural
Science building. The subject of this
lecture is "The Plot Against Democ-
racy; the Final Preparations."
Co. 44 Arranges for Dance in Barracks
That Company 44 will hold a dance
in their barracks Saturday is now
practically assured although the fin-
al arrangements for the affair have
not been completed

FOOTBALLS RECEIVED

M9ARLEY 21/2, N
DEVON 21/4 IN.
CLUETT PEABODY& CO xNC.TR rY

A consignment of footballs
has been received by the army
and navy Y. M. C. A. for the
use of the men in the bar-
racks. Army and navy men
may borrow them free of
charge by signing up for them
at Lane hall.
Personal Christmas cards-order
them now at Wair's University Book-
store.-Adv.

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service without striking a crushing
blow at the air craft manufacturing
industry is a problem facing the war
department. Secretary Baker regards
the air service as offering the bright-
est promises of future development
along military lines. As a prelimin-
ary for his plans for aircraft ag-
grandizement, it is probable that pro-
visions will be made for retaining in
the permanent military establishment
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unusual ability 'in the different de-
partments connected with the. air
service. The government has a mo-
nopoly over training facilities for
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the service every month.
The government has a monopoly
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celling of the outstanding contracts
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25,000 and 30,000. The only outlet of-
fered at present for the production
of the aerial industry lies in the navy
and army and the aerial postal serv-

Open house will be held at the
First Baptist church at 8 o'clock
tomorrow evening instead of at
7:30 o'clock as has been the
custom in the past. All S. A.
T. C. and naval unit men are
especially invited.
The class on international re-
lations of the Cosmopolitan club
will be addressed by Mr. H. E.
Yntema of the political science
department on "English Univer-
sities," at 7:30 o'clock Friday
evening in room 205 University
hall.

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