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THE MICHIGAN DAIL-

DR. DE MAN TALKS 93 MEN ENROLL IN R. 0. T. C.
ON LABOR UNIONS AERO-UNIT; NEED MORE NAMES
"s Ninety-three men have so far signi-
"That the present intellectual war' fled their willingness to enroll in an
inEurope is nearly as great as the
past World war," ,was the statement R. O. T. C. aero unit if one is to be
of Dr. Henry De Man, director of the established here' One hundred names
Belgian board of labor education and are needed, however, and until this
member of the royal Belgian commis- total is reached ro arrangements for
sion on industrial management, in his the organization of the unit can be
address before the Intercollegiate So- made.
cialist society last night in the Nat- "I believe the men on the campus
ural Science auditorium.
"The war," said Dr. De Man, "has
aided labor by the addition of intel- JUST R CEIVE
lectual forces to the manual workers.
At the present time the percentage of
labor unions in Europe is approxi-
mately double that of the United
States. Their success is due to their j O GL
concentration on the control of polit-
ical situations, and industrial produe,
tion."
Michigan Daily liners bring re-
sults.--Adv.

are interested in the plan," said Ma-
jor Robert Arthur yesterday, "for
they frequently stop me on the cam-
pus' and ask for details concerning'
the unit. But they don't come around
and sign up, and until they do we
cannot go ahead with it."
Announce Marriage at Alpha Sigma
Announcement has been received at
the Alpha Sigma fraternity and the
Mu Phi Epsilon sorority of the re-1

cent marriage of Bernard Uivild, '20,
to Miss Mary Bailey, of the School
of Music.
ATTENTION MASON S
Every Mason on the campus is in-
vited to attend the meeting of the
Craftsmen's Saturday evening. Nov-
ember 27th, at 7:30 P. M. The third
degree will be conferred by the Crafts-
men's team, composed entirely of stu-
dents. On Saturday, December 4th the
Craftsmen will go to Grand Rapids to
exemplify the work before the lodges
of that city.Adv.

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On Monday, November 29:
Dr. C. F. Meyer will address the Physics Colloquium on the subjects,
"The Absorption Spectrum of Hydrochloric Acid," and "Kossel's Theory of
Volatility." These meetings are held in Room 202, Physics building, Mon-
days at 4:20, and are open to all interested. W. F. COLBY.
Den's Educational Club:
Meeting of Men's Educational club at 7 o'clock Wednesday, at Michigan
Union, Room 302. Dean M. E. Cooley, of the College of Engineering and
Architecture, will speak. J. B. EDMONSON.

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WHAT'S GOING ON

SATURDAY
1:15-Bayonne, N. J., club meets at
Spedding's studio for Michiganen-
sian picture..
1:30-Student members of the A. I. E.
E. meet at Engineering society
rooms for inspection trip to Argo and
University power plants.
2:00- Detroit Northwestern-Lansing
football game on Ferry field'
7:00-Upper Room Bible class jWeets
in Lane hall.
7:30-Craftsmen's "club meets at Ma-
sonic temple, corner Huron and
Main. Third degree will be confer-
red.
7:30- Ann Arbor Radio association
meets, room 248, Engineering build-
ing.
8:00-Thanksgiving party, Unitarian
guild hall, for members of the guild
and friends.
SUNDAY
9:30 - University Men's Bible class
meets in Upper room, Lane hall.
10:80-Leonard A. Barrett speaks in
Presbyterian church on "The God
We Need Today."
4:00-Chinese Students' club meets at
Lane hall to discuss entertainment
plans.
5:45-Supper and social half-hour, Un-
itarian guild hall.
6:30-Prof. R. W. Sellars addresses
Unitarian guild.
6:30 - Christian Endeavor meets in
Presbyterian church, social half-
hour preceding.
U-NOTICES
All members of the Glee and Mandolin
club are asked to report to Sped-
ding's studio at 12 o'clock Sunday
for Michiganensian picture. All men
must wear dress suits.
Members of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, post 422, may leave orders for
group pictures at Spedding's studio.
All Phi Eps are requested to report in
person to 341 East Jefferson street
any evening~
Members of Mprine Corps club can
order group pictures at Spedding's
studio now.
MANY UNCLAIMED ARTICLES
REMAIN WITHOUT OWNERS
(Continued from Page Six)
for oddity, there is a zoology kit, or
what resembles one.
So, if you have lost anything from
a diamond ring, a pen or pencil, to a
pair of rubbers go over to the lost and
found office and describe your loss
to Mrs. Smith who lends a sympathetic
ear to a dozen or more daily. Other-*
wise 60 days from now, the janitors
may be lining up shortly after the
opening hour of the last day and car-
rying away that purse or book you
lost.

ADDITIONAL SPORTS
SERVICE TEAMS HOLD
CENTER OF INTEREST TODAY
(Contiued from page Three)
regular that weighs more than 166
behind the line on either team.
French, the Army fullback, tips the
scales at 155.
Although the Army has won but one
more contest than the Navy in their
22 years of competition, the Cadets
have an overwh'elming superiority in
points, having rolled up 251 counters
to the Middies' 152.
As usual the setting for the big
service game will be unique. The
marching of the two rival bands, the
appearance of the Army Mule and
Navy Goat, to say nothing of the huge
blocks of cadet gray and sailor blue,
create an atmosphere totally differ-
ent from that of the ordinary college
football game.
FREEBORN WINNER OF
HARPHAM TROPHY RACE
(Continued from Page Three)
event will be eligible for next year's
team and in addition to these the
All-fresh team was an unusually
strong one.
After the Turkey day run the en-
trants laid away their togs for the
year, concluding a season that has
been full of handicaps and misfor-
tunes but prolific in good experience.
BOWLINN NOTICE
Interclass and interfraternity
bowling tournaments will start
immediately after Thanksgiv-
ing. All teams expecting to en-
ter must notify the intramural
office at once.

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Oratorical Association Lecture Course

Third Number

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P. E. 0. WILL ENTERTAIN
SUNDAY AFTERNOON, NOV. 28
Chapter "G" of P. E. O. will enter-
tain informally from 4 to 6 o'clock
Sunday afternoon at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. C. J. Lyons, 1004 Oakland
avenue, all members of other P. E.
0. chapters, as well as students in the
University whose mothers are mem-
bers of P. E. 0.
The local chapter was founded here
about a year and a half ago, and is
one of an organization which is in-
ternational. P. E. O. is the largest
secret organization of women in the
world, with 25,000 members enrolled.
Founded originally at Iowa Wesleyan,
it has since been taken from col-
leges and women other than college
women are admitted to membership.
Regular Saturday dance, Packard
Academy tonight.-Adv.

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Wednesday Dec. 1st.
Subject: John Marshall and the Constitution
other numbers on the course are

Gov. Henry 1. Allen
Leland Powes
1. Hamilton Lewis

Mrs. Pankhurst
Stephens Wise
Stephen Leacock

Vice Pres. Marshall

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