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THE MICHICAN DAILY THTITRSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 192,

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETI N
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

DETERMINED TO SMASH AIR RECORD NATIONAL DEBATING SOCIETY WILL CONVENE
IN ANN ARBORS ALPHA NU OLDEST CHAPTER

TIIURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21.

.Number 57.

University Lecture:
Professor Enno Littmann of the Department of Semitic Philology, Uni-
versity of Tubingen, will lecture in English on "The Origins of the Arabian
Nights," at 4:15 p.m., Friday, December 2 ,in the Natural Science Auditorium.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
University Lecture:.
Manuel L. Quezon, Presiden't of the Philippine Senate, will deliver a
lecture on the subject, "Philippine Independence" in the Natural Science
auditorium, Monday, November 28, at 4:15 p.m. The public is cordially in-
vited.
J. R. Hayden.
December Faculty Meeting, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The regular monthly meeting of the Faculty of the College of Literature,
Science and the Arts will be held Monday, December 5 at 4:10 p.m., in room
2225 Angell Hall.
John It. Effinger.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Midsemester report cards are now being distributed through the Dean's
messenger service. Instructors are requested to report not later than No-
vember 30 the names of all students whose standing is at this time D or E.
These grades should not indicate merely the mark received on the mid-
semester examination, if such an examination is given. More cards, if needed,
can be bad at my office.
These cards should be used only for reports of the work of students en-
rolled In this college.
)hary A. Cutting, Secretary to Assistant Dean.
Psychology 3, 35, 37:
A special discussion period will be offered on Saturday morning, Nov. 26 at
10 o'clock, room 1121. All students who wish to attend may do so. Also,
students in the Thursday groups may attend sections on Wednesday at 10
o'clock or Friday at 8 o'clock in room 3126.
Leon B. Slater.
Graduate English Club:
The Graduate English Club will meet Monday, November 28 at 7 p.m.,
at the Green Tree Inn. Professor Jack will lead the discussion. All Grad-
uate students in English are invited to be present, and may make reservations
by calling Miss Waggoner at 8497 sometime before Monday noon.
Thomas E. Casady.
Sociology Journal Club:
. The second meeting of the Sociology Journal Club will be Friday, No-
vpmber 25, 4 to 6 o'clock in room 104, Economics Building. Members of tue
staff and graduate students, especially, are invited.
L. J. Carr.
Flying Training Through The Michigan National Guard:
A letter has been received from the Headquarters of the Michigan National
Guard with the following information:
"1. Opportunities are being offered by the War Department at this time,
for young men to enlist in the 107th Observation Squadron, Michigan National
Guard. And entering this squadron, they may apply for flying training given
by the regular army at Brooks Field."
"2. After this training has been completed successfully, the student is
commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Air Service Reserve Corps, and on
returfing to his home station here at Detroit will be commisined as a 2nd
Lieutenant in the Michigan National Guard."
F. W. Pawlowski.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The Ann Arbor Artists and Amateurs Exhibition in the West Gallery,
Alumni MemorialHall, will be open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday after-
noons of this week from 1:30 until '5 o'clock. The Exhibition closes at 5
o'clock Friday afternoon, November 26.
Bruce u. Donaldson, President.
Chinese Students' Club:
The club picture will not be taken until December 3.
Yan T. Tsang, President.
Women's House Presidents:
The completed articles for the Bazaar are to bebrought to Helen New-
berry between 3 and 5 o'clock on Monday, November 28, instead of on Satur-
day. Please see that yours are there.
Helen Rankin, Chairman of Articles.
University We-men: T'lhysical Education:
Indoor.season begins Monday, November 28. All students having required
work to do should elect courses at Barbour Gymnasium Friday.
Ethel McCormick.
LABOR SPEAKER DECLARES FUTUREi
OF ORGANIZATION LIES IN CONTROL

According to an announmecent by; Philadelphian chmtcr of Monmouth Nu (
Lyle U. Eiserman, '30L, president of college: Alpha ;u of Coe college; dent
Alpha ut, Kappa Phi Sigma, national' rrett chapter of Simpson college; clave
literai< and debating Society wxillln (lamma Ku chapter of Illinois college; delpl
its national conclave in Ann Arbor on and Amphietyon chapter of Hamline lege.
Friday and Saturday, December 2 and University. Va
'j. I This is the sixth annual conclave been
Kappa Phi Sigma is composed aIt of the organization, and it will be held the
the present time of nine chapters, at the Alpha Nm chapter on this cam-
most of which are located in the pus, the oldest chapter of Kappa Phi ing
Middle West. These chapters are: Sigma. This literary and debating chaii
Philomathean chapter of the Univer- society was established in 1922 and Jack
sity of Illinois; Carlyle chapter of is composed of the oldest existing or- prog
P urdue: Stump chapter of Washing- ganizations of this type in the United er, '3
ton university; Alpha Nu of Michigan; States. Fred Hoskins of the Gamma mitt(

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DANA WILL TOUR EAST |
Samuel T. Dana, dean of the School
of Forestry and Conservation leaves
tonight for a tour of the East. He
will visit Boston, New York, and
Washington in connection with work
of the forestry school, returning to
Ann Arbor next week.
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"UltiMately the worker must have a
stake in his job," declared Dennis, E.
Batt, prominent labor man, in a speech
before the League for Industrial
Democracy at the Union, Tuesday.
Mr. Batt, who spoke on "The Struc-
ture and Aims of the Trade Union
Movement," emphasized the fact that
the future efforts of organized labor
must be directed toward the gradual
acquirement of a voice in the control
and management of the business.
According to the speaker, there are
two possible channels in which labor
may develop. One is along the line of
craft unionism and the other is indus-
trial unionism. While emphasizing

the dangers of industrial organiza-
tion, "the general tendency is for the
large crafts in an organization to
dominate the smaller ones and to sub-
ordinate the interests of the small
crafts to their own," he declared.
"The right attitude of the man in
one union towards the other unions
must be developed," Batt stated. He
explained that to reach the end of
better understanding between the var-
ious member bodies of the Jichigan
federation of labor that organization
is working toward the establishment
of labor schools in this state. "Adult
education is one of. the fundamental
aims of the labor movement," Batt
concluded.

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