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QUOTIA rILAUED AT =,09VV
Detroit, Sept. 27.-Adjutant General
John S. Bersey of Michigan states that
Michigan's quota in the reorganized
national guard will .be 12,000 men.
Of these 6,000 will be organized in
Detroit in infantry, cavalry and ar-
tillery organizations, it is stated.
Many officers and men who served
gloriously in France with the 32nd
division are helping organize the De-
troit units, which expeet to be perfect-
ed very shortly.
Enlistment has already commenced
in Detroit, company commanders have
been named and it is expected to
bring each of the infantry companies
up to 100 men very soon. A canvass
shows that nearly 75 per cent of the
new organization here will be com-
fposed of veterans of the world war.
LEADING INTERNATIONAL LAW
EXPERT COMES TO UNIVERSITY
Prof. E. D. Dickinson, the leading
expert In' the United States on inter-
national law, comes to the Law
School of the University this year'-to
take charge of -the coursesin the law
of trusts, according to information re-
ceived by Dean Henry M. Bates. .
*Professor Dickinson received ,his
degree of A.B. from Carlton college,
Minnesota, and later received the de-
gree of Ph.D. from Harvard univer-
sity. After being graduated froml
Harvard he entered the Law school
of the University of Michigan, where
he received the degree of J.D. He"
has been professor of international
and constitutional law at Dartmouth
college for the past nine years.

UNION HOUSEWI RMI

BUILDING WILL BE COMPLETELY
FINISHED AT THAT
TIME
, Working under adverse conditions
and facing a", shortage of money, the
Union officials have nevertheless
pushed forward the work on the new
building to such an extent that the
date for the housewarming opening
has been set for November 15. At
this time the building will be offi-
cially opened and except for the
swimming pool and reading room on
the second floor, it will be entirely
completed and equipped.
The third and fourth floors are now
wholly finished, furnished, and ready
for use. These portions of the struc-
ture Were fixed up during4 the, sum-
mer months, and everything to make
them complete has been installed. On
the fourth floor there are about 50
rooms where the alumni members
may stop or have their friends visit.
Offices for the Union and rooms for
campus societies are located on the
third floor, and while the lower floors

s being used as a social center and
reading room.
At present the lobby is torn up, as
the temporary floors are being taken
out and the permanent ones are be-
ing put in. Fixtures and furniture
for the whole building have been or-
dered and they are all either here
or on the way. The one room in
shape for use on the first floor is the
ladies' dining room, although the lob-
by is used as a room agency. In the
basement the cafeteria and soda bar
are completed, almost 200 students
dining there every meal and work on

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liard room on the second floor will Forme
probably be completed by October 15 ped thei
according to officials. As soon as their in
each part of the building is com- Colonel
pleted it will be immediately opened the Ei
for use. Ludas is

ington for this
is offered free
To secure r
essary for the
months' payme
least 18 month
ing payments.

c

N EVER mind if we do look a'little mussed up
on the outside. We will be all dolled up
soon. In the meantime do not let the installation
of our new front interfere with your coming in-
side. We still have the usual assortment of new
deas in wearables.

- Although offi-
state troops, or-
ichigan national
federal service,
after the guard
are afoot in sev-
tate to continue
'he state troops,
formed a very
le up for the
led men or oth-
into the forces
rld war because
other reasons,

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(June 9, 1919)
,.LCentral Standard Time)
Detroit Li ited and Express Cars-8:1o0 a.
m., and hoursly to 9:10 p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-7:48
a.in., and every hour to 19:48 p. m. (Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:oo a. m., 9:05 a.
m. and every two hours to g:os p. n,, 10:50
p. in. To Ypsilanti only, r1:45 P. in., 12 :20
a. m., z :rso a. in.,and to Saline, change at
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:48 a. m. and
x1:20 p. m.

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