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December 15, 1911 - Image 4

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AMITTEES FOR
HOP ARE CHOSEN

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REINHART INDEPENDENT'S MAN.
Michigan's most representative and
elaborate social event of the year, the
1913 Junior hop, is under way. Com-
nitteemen from the various fraterni-
ties have been chosen, while Dexter
Reinhart was elected without opposi-
tion to represent the independents by
the junior literary class. The, commit-
tees have been selected according to
the rotation plan which it is customary
to follow. The first business meeting
of the combined committees was held
at the Chi Psi house yesterday after-
noon. Ernest 'Kanzler, was elected
general chairman and A. M. Reed was
selected to lead the grand march.
Chairmen of the various committees
were apportioned'their duties, and in-
structed to receive bids for the music,
refreshments, decorations and pro-
grams. The firms that have handled
the hop business in the past will be
communicated with at once, and bids
for the work will be accepted immedi-
ately after the Christmas holidays.
The following is a list of the commit-
tees and the men who will serve on
them:
.Geneial Chairman, Ernest C. Kanz-
ler, Chi Psi; Secretary, Bruce Ander-
son, Phi Delta Theta; Treasurer, J. A.
Syverson, Phi Kappa Psi.
Reception-A. M. Reed, Alpha Delta
Phi, Chairman; H. C. Allen, Alpha Tau
Omega; Robert Oren, Sigma Nu..
Arrangements-Chairman, T. W. P.
Livingstone, Signa Phi; J. T. Caldwell,
Kappa Sigma; Henry Spring, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon; Tracey Bogart, Sigma
Chi.
Decoration-Chairman, Julius Beers,
Beta Theta Pi; C. B. Longley, Delta
Upsilon; Godfrey Strelinger, Zeta Psi.
Music-Chairman, A. H. Kuhn, Theta
Delta Chi; Morley Griswold, Delta Tau
Delta.
Invitations-Chairman, Walter C
Hill, Psi Upsilon; John Coolidge, Delta
Kappa Epsilon; Bernard Fallon, Phi
Gamma Delta.
Chaperones-Chairman, Dexter K.
Reinhart, Independent.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
All Musical club men must be at the
Dearborn St. station, Chicago, tomor-
row afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Meeting of Cercle Francais for act-;
ive members in Cercle room Monday at
8:30 .p. m.
Senior lit class meeting today 4 p. m.
Tappan Hall.
Illini club meeting today, 4 p. m.,
Tappan Hall.
Finest equipped Billiard Parlor in
the city, 118 and 120 East Liberty St.
Everything new. 40 cents per hour on
any table.
THE TOBACCO SHOP,
59 to 67 118-120 East Liberty.

.PROF. EFFINGER HELPS FORM
NEW "ALUMNI ASSOCIATION.
A new alumni association was form-
ed in Alpena recently under the di-
rection of Professor J. R. Effinger.
About twenty-seven men turned out to
become members of the organization
and about as many more are expected
to join by the time the association is
was elected president. Among "those
present" at the meeting were "Red"
Campbell, last year's varsity pitcher,
and former Regent Frank W. Fletcher,
'75.
The next meeting of the new associ-
ation will be held December 26 when
all the under-graduates who live in
the district covered by the association
will be present.
Engineers May Remove ."Cons" Soon.
All engineers .who have conditions to
remove' will have a chance to do so on
January 5 and 6, 1912.
NOTICE!
To Automobile and Motor Cycle Own-
ers :-The 1912 automobile and license
number plates are now being issued.
All owners should make application at
once so as to be prepared for January,
1, 1912. No cars or motorcycles will
be allowed the use of the streets of
Ann Arbor after January 1, 1912 with-
out them., In putting on license plates
the rear plate must be attached so
that the light from the tail light will
shine on the number plate. This is in
accordance with the state law.
By order of THEODORE APFEL,
Chief of Police. < 62-63-64-65
The score and music cf the Michi-
gan Union Opera can be purchased at
the most convenient place. Grinnell
Bros. Annex, 313 So. State St. 62tf
Heywood and Wakefield's Rattan
Chairs in baronial brown with leather
or tapestry cushions are the most styl-
ish and comfortable pieces offered for
sale at present. Martin Haller, Fur-
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Typewriter
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the best now and have it's use whilein
college Ask us to show you
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