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'oach Farrell Believes California

M4ORY OF SON~

In commemoration of the birthday
>f his son, Richard N. Hall, who wa
tilled in action in France in 1916, Di
Louis P. Hall, df the Dental school
vill give a garden party at 4:3(
'clock tomorrow afternoon, at his yes.
dence, 1530 Hill street.
All members of the'Richard N. Hal'
ost of the Veterans of Foreign War.
ire invited to attend in uniform, ant
hose who wish to bring girls hav(
>een asked to do so. The post waE
amed in memory of Dr. Hall's son.
It is expected that about 350 peopl(
vill attend the party, which will b
Iostponed until the following day it
:ase of rain.

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PLANS TO FORM
ALIONS NEXT YEAR

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t 15 Owing to the increasing interest it
im. the R. 0. T. C. at the University Majo:
osi- Robert Arthur, professor of military
ter- science and tactics, is planning th'
A. formation of a regiment of two bat-
Dr. talions for next year.
r of The first battalion will consist o
sia. three coast artillery companies ane
his one ordnance company. The seconc
000 will have a signal corps company anc
two of infantryr. Commissions will bW
var distributed to men of lower classe
,vas who have had practical experience, but
can mainly to the class of '22.
ican Major Arthur feels sure that thi
and adoption of uniforms and the organ
any ization of a regiment will greatly in
crease the interest in the R. O. T. C
rth, and will materially improve th
.om courses of instruction.
I.A. ICorrection
)st- The 'date for the opening of th(
the Summer sessions in all schools ane
a," colleges except the Law school, should
Our have read July 5, instead of June 5, aE
stated in Sunday's Daily.

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DIAhL ,QU ESTION TO
11 01ISCUSSED.TDA
RE&TOR OF AMERICAN CIVIL
LIBERTIES UNION WILL
TALK
Civil Liberty and Industrial Con-
t" is the subject of a lecture to be
ivered by Roger Baldwin, of New
rk, director of the American Civil
berties union, at 4 o'clock this after-
on in the auditorium of the Natural
ence building..
Mr. Baldwin graduated fromh Har-
rd university in 1905 and since that
ne has been active in the radical
vement. He( has held the same
sition in the American Civil Lib-
ies union ever since its organiza-

tion, and his address will deal largely
with his research work and experi-
ences in this capacity, especially as
they affected the various industrial
conflicts during and since the war.
In the course of his work, Mr. Bald-
win is reported to have done much
toward making public many of the vio-
lations of free speech and free as-
semblage during recent years.
LANDSCAPE DESIGN STUDENTS
TAKING EASTERN TOUR NOW
Students of the landscape design
department are making their spring
tour this week under the direction of
Prof. Aubrey Tealdi. The party, which
includes 10 students, left Ann Arbor
Saturday by motor. They will visit
Buffalo, Rochester, Ithaca, Painesville,
and Toledo, taking time to study the
points of interest at each stop.

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Belief that the University of Califor-
a's 1921 track team is the "greatest
d best-balanced" college teal in the
tion was expressed by Steve Farrell,
ck coach of the University.
Farrell predicted that if California
nds its team to the national inter-
legiate meet this year, the Blue and.
d men will "clean up the country."
f California's track team is all that!
rrell says it is, it will rank along
e of the California 1920 football
onder team" which went through

FLANDERS

FOR

FLOWERS

the season undefeated, wining the Pa-
cific Coast title and blanking the Ohio
State university eleven at Pasadena,
Calif., Jan. 1, 1921.
Three of California's big point win-
ners at track this year were stars of
the champion football team. They are
"Brick" Muller, "Cort" Majors, captain
of the eleven, and "Pesky" Sprott,
'halfback.
Student body officials of California
say the team probably will be sent
East this year to participate in the I.
C. A. A. A. A. meet.

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