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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TTJDA

U-NOTICES

The regular meeting of Adel-
phi House of Representatives
will be held at 7 o'clock tonight
on the fourth floor of Univer-
sity hall. Ralph M. Carson will
speak.
There will be a meeting of
the Gargoyle staff and try-outs
this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
There will be a meeting of
senior society at 8 o'clock to-
night at Martha Cook building.
The Phi Sigma Biological so-
ciety will meet ac 8 o'clock, this
evening in room 231-Z, Natural
Science building. This will be
an organization meeting and im-
portant business will be trans-
acted.
The Women's league social will

Classical Club Elects 18 Now Members
Classical club elected 13 new mem-
bers yesterday. The club plans to go
on as usual as soon as conditions be-
come more settled. It has been the
policy of the club, in ofrmer years,
to be represented in dramatics through
plays of the Latin and Greek lan-
guages. If enough members return
to school to make this possible, the
club will do the same this year.
Patronize our advertisers.-Adv.

FOR LIBER' Y
The following casualties are re-
ported today by the commanding gen-
eral of the American Expeditionary
Forces: Killed in action, 145; died of
wounds, 62;" died of accident and oth-
er causes, 11; died of airplane acci-
dent, 5; died of disease, 313; wound-
ed severely, 42; wounded, degree un-
determined, 36; wounded slightly, 10
missing in action, 122. Total, 746.

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'RESIDENT PRAISES YANKEE
FIGHTERS BEFORE CONGRESS
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verseas. He said, since the associat-
d governments had accepted prin-
iples enunciated by him as the basis
>r peace and desired his personal
:uncil in their interpretation, he re-
arded it as his paramount duty to
o. Through the wireless, he added,
e would keep in close touch with all
iat goes on on this side, and "you
ill all know that I do."
Appeals for Support of Conigress
He appealed for the encouragement
nd added strength of united sup-
ort from congress. President Wil-
on did not leave Washington tonight
nd the assumption was that he will
epart, some time tomorrow for New
ork, where he will board the liner
eorge Washington, on which he and
ther members of the American peace
elegation will make the voyage to
rance.
After addressing congress the Pres-{
lent devoted his time for clearing
way executive affairs in preparation
f his trip. Inquirers were assurred
)day that it was the President's pur-
ose to name the secretary of the
reasurer and director-general of the
ailroads before he departes for Eu-
ope.
enior Literary Class to Meet Today
There will be a senior literary class
neeting at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon
i University hall. -

FOSDICK SAYS THAT TIME FOR
WORLD UNION IS NOW AT HAND
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the Stars and Stripes. He said, "I
went into that chapel an American.
I came out a Franco-American."
Pleads for Unselfish Public
Mentioning the peace conference
and the possibility of a bureau of na-
tions he said, "We can play a selfish
or an unselfish part. Let us be un-
selfish. We can help rebuild the
world. I crave that when history looks
back it will be nottso much on this
man or that, but to bestow on the
whole commonwealth the cross of the
Legion of Honor."
Dr. Fosdick while hs brought forth
clearly many points on the present in-
ternational situation, illuminated his
lecture by pieces of vivid description
and several interesting stories glean-
ed from the war-torn battle fields. He
was introduced by Mr. Stiffler, sec-
retary of the army Y. M. C. A. of this
city. .Rev. Arthur W Stalker of the
First Methodist church led in prayer
and Mr. Theodore Harrison of the
School of Music led the singing.

FAREWELL VAUDEVILLE TO BE
GIVEN AT NEWBERRY HALL
A farewell vaudeville will be held
in Newberry hall this evening for the
men who are receiving their discharg-
es. The program will start at 8
o'clock instead of 7:30 so as to accom-
modate those taking the war aims
course. Some of the features are to
be clog-dancing, singing, sleight-of-
hand performances, acrobats, whistl-
er, and several others. It is being
put on by the army Y. M. C. A. with
the assistance of the War Camp Com-
munity service.

be held from 3:30 to 6 o'clock
Friday afternoon. in Barbour
gymnasium.
The opening reception of the
( U. of M. Classical club will be
held at 8 o'clock on Dec. 5, in
Memorial hall. All members
are requested to be present.
Kee p posted - subwcrIbe for th6
Daily, now $3.00.-Adv.
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Liberty Benefit to Be Held at Dorm
A social meeting for the benefit of
mens' club will be held at Newberry
the Liberty Loan fund of the Ann
Arbor Women's club will be held at
Newberry residence from 2:30 to 5
o'clock Wednesday afternoon. A fine
program has been arranged under the
direction of Mrs. Bacher.

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S.A.ToC. NOTICE
You are soon to be demobilized and will lay aside your uniforms.
You will want a hat and the season is late; in fact it is only a short
time until the new Spring Styles will be out; the hat you layed aside
for the uniform is good; it is possibly a little soiled and out of shape.
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style, and you oil e all set until the new Spring hats are ready. We
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want it.
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