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impetus for the dance, which will be
held from 9 until 2 o'clock. Russell
Collins, '16, has been appointed chair-
man of the affair, with the rest of the
committee consisting of Willis D.
Nance, '17; Robert Collins, '17E, and
Cyril Talbott, '17. Tickets may be
procured at the Union desk at 5:00
o'clock this afternoon, upon the pre-
s:nta'on of a membership ticket

PROPOSE TRY-OUT PLAN
FOR ORTORICAL EENTS
Under 'New Scheme Each Society Wil
Elect Six Mien, from Which
Final Six Are Chosen
At the meeting of the Oratorica
board yesterday afternoon two amend-
ments were proposed to the consti-
tution of the Oratorical association
looking to the revision of the metho
of holding tryouts for Varsity debate
teams as at present provided in that
document. The present provision is
that each debating society shallselect
three men in society tryouts, who
shall then meet in two interdepart-
mental debates, at which the final six
shall be selectd. This method is the
one which has been in practice in the
past, until last year, when a new plan
was adopted in connection with the
newly formed Mid-west Debating
lea ue, which was not governed by the
constitution. Under the new plan
each society selects six, and from the
resultant 24 the final six are grad-
ually chosen by elimination under the
direction of thh debating coaches.
One of the amendments proposed
provides that this plan shall be adopt-
ed for the Central Debating league
tryouts as well as for the Mid-west
tryouts. This amendment received
the endorsement of the Oratorical
board, having resulted in the selec-
tion of two winning teams last year.
The other amendment proposes that
"tryouts for debates shall be general
tryouts from the campus at large un-
der the direction of the oratory de-
partment"
An open meeting of the members
of the association has been called for
Monday, November 8, in the oratory
rooms in north wing for discussion
and action upon the proposed amend-
ments. Every student is a member
of the association. The final date for
the completion of the society try-
outs has accordingly been postponed
until November 10, in order that they
may be governed by such action as
the association may take.
The selection of the question for
the Mid-west debate has been an-
nounced as follows: "Resolved, that
the Federal government should own
and operate all public service tele-
phone and telegraph systems in the
United States, constitutionality
waived." Tryouts for this debate
must be completed in the societies by
December 11.
Plans for the appearance of ex-
President Taft in Hill auditorium on
November 13 were reported to be pro-
gressing nicely.
Fresh Dentists Elect Class Officers
Fresh dentists yesterday elected
the following men to conduct the af-
fairs of the class for the coming year:
President, C. E. Stevens; vice-presi-
dent, L. M. James; secretary, R. Gor-
man; treasurer, F. Goetz; football
manager, G. Whitmarsh.
Bible Classes Start Year's Work
Last year Newberry hall inaugu-
rated a series of talks on the Bible,
some of which were given in the hall
itself, others in the various churches
of Ann Arbor. The plan met with
such success tlat a similar idea is to
be worked out this year, Full infor-
mration will be given at Newberry hall
and those interested will be given the
opportunity of enrolling in the
e asses within the next few days. To-
day, Mr. Hamilton speaks on, "The
Cli:-acter of Jesus," and Mr.. Knep-
per on, "What Can I Believe?" All

are invited to attend.

ST ATE TEACHERS WILL CONVENE
Prof. J. R. Brumm Organizes Society
For State English Teachers
Members of the faculty who are to
1 attend the State Teachers' convention
October 28-29, will leave for Saginaw
Wednesday .afternoon or Thursday
l morning. Besides President Harry
- B. Hutchins, Prof. Francis W. Kelsey,
Prof. John R. Brumm, Prof. A. S. War-
thin, Mr. Jesse E. Thornton, and Mr.
H. L. Senseman, Prof J. C. Winter is
also to give an address before the
t combined Latin and English sections
on the subject of, "The Illustrations of
t the Odyssey."
Prof. Brumm has completed ar-
rangements for the organization of
the English teachers of the state. A
committee, which has been formed
under his direction, has drawn up a
a constitution and by-laws for the asso-
ciation, which will be known as, "The
Council of the English Teachers of
the State of Michigan." Its purpose is
to increase the efficiency of the teach-
ing of English throughout the state.
The chief plan is to hold regular meet-
ings during the year in various cities
of the state, at which representatives
of the various high schools and col-
leges will be present.
NORTHWESTERN CLUB TO HOLD
FIRST SMOKER OF YEAR NOV. 11
The Northwestern club will hold its
first smoker of the year Thursday,
November 11. Men, who hae lived in
the state of Washington, Oregon and
Idaho, or who have attended schools
there, are cordially invited, and are re-
quested to notify Albert Schrimpf,
president, as soon as possible.
J. L. Buchanan Lectures to Engineers
J. L. Buchanan, of the General Elec-
tric company, will give an illustrated
lecture on "Lightning Protection" at
7:30 o'clock Thursday evening in
room 348 of the new engineering
building. The talk is given under the
auspices of the university branch of
the American Institute of Electrical
Engineers.
Bishop Visits Illinois Institution
Librarian William W. Bishop, of the
University library, is absent from the
campus this week on a 10 days' trip
to Chicago, Urbana and other points
in Illinois, on an official tour of in-
spection of other libraries. Mr. Bishop
left Ann Arbor the latter part of last
week and is expected to return Satur-
day.

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Secial music, decorations and a
unique program will feature the Hal-
lowe'en party and dance to be given'
at the Union Friday night of this
week. Ike Fisher's banjorine orches-

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Prof. L. C. Karpinski on Lecture Tour
Prof. Louis C. Karpinski, of the de-
partment of mathematics, left last
Saturday oil a lecture tour in the vi-
cinity of St. Louis, to be gone until
Thursday, He will give a course of
lectures on "Practical Mathematics"
before high school teachers. During
Professor Karpinski's absence his
classes will be conducted by Messrs.
Nichols and Merrick.
Freshman Spread Committee Will
Hold Meeting
Thursday evening at 6:00 o'clock
sharp the Freshman Spread commit-
tee will be entertained at a supper in
Barbour gymnasium. At that time
the 22 sophomore women will make
plans for the Freshman spread which
will be held on Friday, Decenber 4.
At a meeting of the judiciary coun-
cil recently held, Helen Brown, '18,
was appointed chairman of the com-
mittee, and the other vacancies were
filled.

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return to A. W. Fisher. Phone 231.
oct2g-27
LOST-Zeta Psi pearl fraternity pin,
Thursday or Friday. Finder please
41l 120 or return to 512 South State.
LOST-Fountain pen. Finder please
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Address Box A, Miicligan Daily.
oct23-24-26-27
MISCELLANEOUS
Mrs. M. C. Palm, teacher of Ger-
man and French. Special attention
given to conversation. 1320 Cambridge
road. Phone 2009. oct23-24-26
Students, attention! Th1ose stu-
dents who will want work next sum-
mer during vacation will find it to
their a vantage to see F. E.Ritzen-
lieim at 721 North University Ave., in
Dr. Ritet's oflic oct2Gto30

Fresh Medics Elect Officers for Year
At a meeting of the fresh medics in
the medical amphitheater yesterday,
the following men were elected to of-
lice for the ensuing year: President,
E. W. Sink; .vice-president, Miss'
Baehus; secretary, T. L. Squier;
treasurer, G. S. Johnston; basketball
manager, J. Caffey; baseball manager,
J. H. Conklin; track manager, H. H.
Donnelly.
Debaters to Try Out on November 9
Due to the Cornell game and mass
meeting, tryouts for the Central
League debate will compete on No-
vember 9, instead of on November 6,
as previously announced. The literacy
test for foreign immigrants will be
the subject. Debaters in each of the
four campus debating societies are
now busy getting their respective
team's together for the elimination.
If you want any typewriting done,
call Miss Stalker, 1010-J. oct23-26

League House Heads to Meet
The 22 members of the League
House board will be entertained by
Dean Jordan at a luncheon in Bar-
bour gymnasium on Wednesday.
There will be a discussion of plans
for the coming year, and each house
head will submit the rules of her
house to a committee. From' these
rules will be formulated a set of
model house rules, which the judiciary
council is empowered to enforce.
This luncheon is an annual affair,
and serves to form a close organiza-
tion of the various houses.
J. T. Naylon Recovers Fromt Operationj
John T. Naylgn, '15F, was dis-
charged the latter part of last week
from Grace hospital, Detroit, where
he hadrundergone an operation or
appendicitis. He resumed work yes-
terday as the 1915-1916 holder of the
new fellowship in gas engineering
contributed to the engineering col-
lege by the Michigan Gas association.

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