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RIFLE CLUB IN FAVOR OF
ENTERING NATIONAL MEETS

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To have men at national rifle meets
was the proposition favored by the
Rifle club at its meeting Wednesday
night at the union. The club discussed
the possibilities of meeting the rifle
clubs of other universities in matches
next year, and it was considered that
meetings with Chicago, Cornell, and
M. A. C. could be arranged.
Officers for the year were elected as
follows: President, James D.Glunt,
'23; vice-president, Robert Tubbs,
'22E; secretary, Frederick W. Hart-
man, '23E; treasurer, C. E. Wilson,
23E; executive officer, Robert Moore
'23. More than 35 men' attended the
meeting, many of these being students
who signified at that time their inten-
tion of joining the club. F

PENNSYLVANIA LINES
TO RUNSPECIAL CARS
RESERVATIONS FOR CERTAIN
POINTS MAY BE MADE
HERE
Students living in Pennsylvania
southern Ohio, and St. Louis, who are
to travel home for Christmas vacation

UNION DANCE OF DEC. 17 TO
BE FROM- 10 TO 2 O'CLOCK
Granting the request of the Union
to allow dancing until 2 o'clock the
night of Friday, D ac. 17, the committee
on student affairs yesterday made it
possible for couples to attend the final
performance of the minstrel show and
dance afterward. Dancing is to begin
at 10 o'clock.

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may take advantage of jthe offer tc
arrange for special cars travelingi
over the Pennsylvania lines, accord
ing to J. E. Travis, agent for thatt
road here.
"Special cars will be put on for 4,0
or more people who make arrange-1
ments to travel together for a cer-
tain distance," said Mr. Travis yester-
day. "At the present time these spe
cials wi11 be put on at Detroit or
Toledo, wherever those who are tak
ing advantage of the offer prefer.
"To those at the University who re.
side in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, or
Washington, this offer will be of spe-
cial value, inasmuch as the time which
our road takes to cover these points
is much less than .other roads. Con-
nections to southern Ohio and St.
Louis can also be made to the best oP
advantage. Mackinaw'is also reached
by the Pennsylvania, and if there is n
sufficient number of students who
wish to make connections for the
upper peninsula and are in favor o
chartering a special car, this can be
arranged."
Further information concerning the
time, rates and advantages can be
obtained by telephoning J. E. Travis
agent for this vicinity, at 1384-M, or
by calling personally at 407 East
Huron stret.
At the Michigan Central station yes-
terday the report was given out that
all reservations for Calumet and Mar-
quette are gone. There are three
lowers and 12 uppers left on the Chi
cago night train for Dec. 21. Unies-
there is an immediate demand for res-
ervations on this train, there will
probably be no more Pullmans put or'
A. J. Wiselogel, ticket agent, calls
particular attention to the fact tha+
checks will not be accepted.
NOTED CLEVELAND CHEMIST
WILL SPEAK HERE MONDAY
William Roy Mott, from the research
n-nd development laboratory of the
National Carbon company of Cleve-
land will speak on "Arc Images in
chemical Analysis," at 8 o'clock next,
Monday evening in the main lectura
room of the Chemistry building. The
lecture will be held under the ausnices
of Phi Lambda Upsilon, honoraryf
chemical society of the campus, ac-
cording to G. F. Smith, prpsident.
Lantern slides, samples, and experi-
ments will be used by Mr. Mot+
throughout the lecture. The talk will
deal with the identification of a lare
rnmber of chemical elements by util-
Ning the high temperature of the car-
hon arc. The method takes advantage
of colored phenomena imported to the
flame of the arc and is unique in that
<t is rapid and certain. Mr. Mott is of
wide reputation due to his publications
in both electrical and chemical Jour-
nals. The lecture will be valuable to
"ll persons Interested in applied
science.

Several organizations had planned
to make the evening a party. affair if
the show and dance could be arranged
for the same date. Tickets for the
dance will go on sale at 5 o'clock next!
Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 15, and are
to be offered to the general member-
ship of the. Union.
ELECTRIC SWITCHBOARD PARTS
EXPECTED BY END OF WEEK
Remaining parts for the electric
switchboard at the power plant which
were ordered a year ago to complete
the new 600 kilowatt generator are
expected to arrive within a week, ac-
cordjng to an announcement by C. E
Pardon of the buildings and grounds
departmento yesterday. "This will
greatly relieve the present strain,"
said Pardon, 'as well as the anxiety
on the part of the men in charge."
The power plant after the installa-
tion of the new turbine will be capable
of generating about 1,500 kilowatts of
electricity.

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