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WERING COMPLETION,
EQUIVNENT BEING SET. UP= AND
MORE IS ON
I 'WAY
"Organization of the' coast artillery
unit of the R. 0. T. C. in the University
is nearing completion", announced;
,Colonel Arthur, Saturdiay.
"Some of the equipment is being set
'up and more is being sent to us. In-
asmuch as this will not be used 'mucth
during the first year of the course it is
not essential that this phase of the
work be hurried.
"During the World war the coast
artillery units were invaluable. They
were prepared to handle the biggest
artillery, and officers and men were
furnished for the r'ailway artillery, the
armiy artillery, and the anti-aircraft
artillery."
Statistics from the War department
Indicate that the universities furnished'
a large portion of the, material' for
officers' from civil life. These men
were given an intensive course of in-
struction, either at the coast artillery
training center at Fortress Monroe,
Va., or at the navy artillery school in
France., At both of these schools Coo-
'nel Arthur served as an instructor.
"In the opinion of the War depart-
ment", said Colonel Arthur, "it is very
necessary that, a reserve of officers,
suitable for service with various types
of armament and for 'other technical
service required of the coast artillery,'
be built up in our universities and col-
leges, and I hope that the coast artil-
lery unit in the University here will1
continue to be the success it now
promises. It is not entirely complete,
as yet, but, this is only the inaugurali
year of the course," he oonclitdedv
Detroit Delegates Seek Uoavontlou
Detroit, Mich., N 'v I.-Detroit dele-,
gates to the nati- . ! czrcntlion of the
American legion. ' ~ ~n
apolis, have b ,1 ~ ''4i~
the 1920 cov'~'" -v ~
sit in Detr'b:i. I"" ,,w:~~2~
national ~ "
estgblisl~ea 'ere

Editor, The Michigan D ily:
At present, there seems to be a good
deal of controversy in connection with
the Athletic association of the Univer-
sity. Everywhere about the campus,
students are talking. the matter over
and 'general opinion. seems to favor
public' inspection of the books of the
Athletic association.
Although the present school year is
just at a beginning, the association
seems to be in "financial depression",
so much so, that it can't even, afford
to purchase the flags for' the block
"M." I am sure that the student body
~will see that flags are obtained for, the
"M" but why should they, after having,'
once paid their athletic fee, which is
included inthe tuition? The untiring
efforts for the consent of the " arras'
in itself enough to cause friction- be-.
tween the Athletic association and the
student body.
But this is not all. Why is there. a
lack of football equipment? And why
haven't some of the men who earned
numerals and letters two years ago,
received them yet? Why is an injured
and badly needed player sent to a
harness shop to be fixed up,: instead of
being' senit to the hospital: or to a
specialist?
~So far,, tour games hale been played
on Ferry field this fall. Two games
were well attended, but the charge of
admission was too rsmall 'it is. worth,
at least two dollars to see 'Micigan
play Ohio State.
The football men have worked very
hard and the students have shown real
~Michigan spirit.
To" make athletics a success, there
must be perfect harmony between the
association' on one side and the ath-
letes and student body on the other.
Let"1s hike it!
JUNIOR ULI
hTo ,Bequest Closed Shops G.4 Friday
Detroit, Mich., Nom. 15.-Request 'will
be made of businessmen of this and
several 'other cities of Michigan to
i e their stores and offices next good
c , -ai 2, 1920. Such a 'request
c ,t .o ~ rally complied with ia

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Messrs. Lee' and J. J. Shubert Present

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AT THE WHITNEY THEATRE, ON
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Henry Hull,' one of New York's most
popular young actors, who won a bril-
lant success in "The: Man Who Came
Back"', appears with Constance Binney
he clever little actress and dancer of

A COMEDY BY RACHAEL CRkOTHEF
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With a Brilliant Supporting Comnpany, Including Alis
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Blanche Frederici, Victor Sutherland, and Albert

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