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December 02, 1920 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-12-02

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F. W. Gunsaulus, president of the
Armour Institute of Technology, Chi-
cago, Ill., will speak on "The Educa-
tion of the American," at 7:30 o'clock
next Sunday evening in the First
Methodist church, under the auspices
of the Wesleyan guild.
Mr. Gunsaulus was previously one
of the outstanding ministers of the

of -the most prominent pulpits of that
denomination. As a lecturer he has
been before the public for several
years. He is declared an eloquent
speaker and has always drawn large
audiences. There will be no charge
for this address and the public is in-
vited to attend.
Typewriters of leading makes for
sale or rent. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's
Arcade.-Adv.

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LAST TIMES TODAY

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DR. BARTELL ADDRESSES
U'sof M2 CKEMI SOCIETY~
Dr. F. E. Bartell, in an address on
"Anomalous Osmose and Its Relation
to the Behavior of Certain Colloid
Systems," before the University of
Michigan section of the American
Chemical society Tuesday afternoon,
spoke on a subject declared to be of
importance in bridging the gap hith-
erto existing between the chemistry
and the biological sciences. This view
of the importance of his subject Is
held by members of the faculty of
both the chemical and biological de-
partments.,
Prof. Bartlett Sees Value
Prof. H. H. Bartlett, of the botanical
department, said that this subject of
anomalous osmose is of fundamental
importance in botany and in the other
biological sciences as well as in
chemistry. He hopes that circum-
stances will be such that Dr. Bartell
can be the chief speaker at the meet-
ing of the Botanical Society of Amer-
ica a year from this Christmas, and
also that this' paper may be seen in
biological as well as chemical liter-
ature.
The theories presented by Dr. Bar-
tell to account for this phenomenon
of anomalous osmose are the result
of a number of years of work on var-
ious types of membranes. This work
is of interest to all of the biological
sciences such as botany, zoology, and
physiology.
Appreciation Growing
Dr. Bartell said: "I might mention
that there is coming to be a greater
genuine appreciation of the Import-
ance of a consideration of the precise
function of colloidal tissues, etc., and
of their relation to the study of intern-
al medicine. At the present time there
is an active movement on foot by
committees of the American Chemical
society to organize a national labora-
tory of medical research at which pro-
blems of this nature will be taken up.
his type of investigation is new to
the chemist, and the biologist has not
gone far toward the field of the chem-
r st." _______ _ -
DRIVE FOR NEEDY STUDENTS
OF CENTRAL EUROPE SCORED
(Continued from Page Five)
ers? Have we forgotten that more
than 740,000 French are today cripples
because of the war, that 57 per cent
of the French male population be-
tween the ages of 18 and 34, the flower
of the race and the hope of the future
lie dead and that more than 1,360,000
Frenchmen have sacrificed their lives
that Freedom and Justice might live?
Have we forgotten all this? Have
we forgotten that there are French
universities and French students for

Screen
Majestle- Bryant Washburn In
"Burglar Proof." ~Pathe News
and a comedy, "Loose Lions."
Arcade-"Deep Waters," a Maur-
ice Tourneur production with
an all-star cast, and a com-
edy, "The Town Lockup."
W uerth-Corinne Griffith in "A
Broadway Bubble." Kino-
grams and a Sunshine com-
edy.
Orpheum - Taylor Holmes in
"The Very Idea." Also Jack
Dempsey in "Daredevil Jack,"
and a comedy.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Whitney-Sunday-Fanchon and
Marco in their new musical
review, "The Satires of 1920."
Garrick - Detroit - Charlotte
Greenwood in "Linger Long-
er Letty," the popular musical
comedy sequel to "So Long
Letty."I
Scubert-Detroit- Guy Bates
"Post in one of America's most
popular dramas, "The Mas-
querader."
The Kempf Music Studios-Piano.
Organ, and Voice Instruction. Es-
tablished 1880. 312 S. Division St
Phone 212-J.-Adv.

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An address on "The Labor of the
Northwest," will be given by T. E.
Doran, writer and lecturer on labor
questions, at 8 o'clock Saturday eve-
ning in the auditorium of the Natural
Science building. Mr. Doran comes to
speak under the auspices of the So-
cialist society of the University.
New is the time to order your PER-
SONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS. Engrav-
ing and Embossing. 0. D.*Morrill, 17
Nickel's Aarcade.-Adv.

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in "The Masquerader
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in "Linger Longer Letty

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whom we should have at least suffi-
cient respect to enable us to spare
them this gratuitous insult? Why se-
lect this Thanksgiving day, a few days
after the Armistice anniversary, for
this public femonstration of our heed-
Jessness and ingratitude towards our
comrades inpbattle who fought and
bled. and died that the ideals we all
cherish might not perish from the
earth?
"Let Humanity Dictate"
Humanity may dictate thought and
care for all that suffer, but does it
preclude consideration of our friends
and must it be only to the profit of
our enempies? Let us by all means do
good to them that hate us, but in doing
so, let us not hurt those who have
proved themselves our staunch and
faithful friends.
PROF. W. A. McLAUGHLIN.
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