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TRAIN SERVICE TO
OHIO STATE GAME1
TINS WILL LEAVE ON FRIDAY
NIGHT A:11) SNTURDA.Y
MORNING
ROUND TRIP TICKETS TO
GO ON SALE OCTOBER 16
Stadium Will Be Dedicated at This
Time; 60,000 People to be Pres.
ent at Ceremony
Special train service and final ar-
rangements for transportation to the
Ohio State-Michigan game, which will
be held Oct. 21, at Columbus, have
been completed by a Union commit-
tee of which Thomas J. Lynch, '25L, is
chairman.
-Two' special trains will be run by
the Pennsylvania railroad over the
Ann Arbor lines. The first train will
leave at 12 o'clock, midnight, city
tim~e, Friday, Oct. 20. It will he ready
at 10 o'clock, and those who desire
may board it at that time. This train
will arrive in Columbus at 7 o'clock
Columbus time, which is Central
Standard time. The second special
will leave at 6:30 o'clock city time,
Saturday- morning, the day of the
game. It will arrive in Columbus at
noon Saturday. Both trains will go
directly, to Columbus, without stop-
ping at, Toledo.
Enough Coaches for All
Tickts and Pullman reservations
wilt e on. sale at 10 o'clock Monday
*morng, Oct. 16. Reservations for
Pulman berths should be made on ei-
thleP IMonday or Tuesday, Oct. 18 or
17, ,in order that arrangements and
pr6Nisions may be made for the Pull-
maw, cars. There will be special cars
for women and also cars for married
caples. There will also be enough
cAches, according to the number of
t0-kets sold.
"The day train containing the day
ccaches will leave Columbus at 6:30,
Ventral Standard time. The retnrn
"'Pullman train will leave at 12:30 Sun-
day morning.
Many to See Game
The Ohio State football game, which
is one of the largest and best games
of the year on the Michigan schedule
always draws a huge crowd. It is ex-
pected that the attendance this year
will surpass all former records. The
rivalry between the two universities
has always been especially keen, and
this year it is predicted that the most
of the student body of the University,
will be there en masse. It is expected'

that 5,000 persons wil make the jour-
ney from Ann Arbor by train.
To Dedicate U. S. L. Stadium
Many students are expected to mo-
tor to the game in automobiles. Ohio
State's new million dollar stadiuim.
will be dedicated at the time of the
Michigan game. This new stadium is
built in the shape of a horseshoe and
will hold 60,000 persons.
All students who intend to go to
th e game should secure their tickets
Ias soon as possible after they go on
sale. This should be done so the com-
mittee in charge may have some def-
mite idea of how many to provide
for. Round trip tickets to the game
will be sold for $6.00.
Detroiters to Go
Accomodations to handle people
from Detroit and vicinity who wish to
go direct to the game without havipg
to come to Ann Arbor are also being
made at this time. - According to
Charles W. Mercer, passenger agent
of the Michigan Central railroad, cars
and sleepers will be opened up just
as fast as they are needed and the
company will be able to handle any

number going to Columbus- The spe-
cial trains will leave Detroit at 10:20
o'clock, Central time, Friday night, ar-
riving at Columbus at 8:15 o'clock
Saturday morning. The same time in,
leaving and arriving will be observed
in returning Saturday night. This, it
is thought, will enable Detroit busi-
ness men and alumni to make the trip
without interfering with their Sat-
urday business.
War Leaders' Por-
traits On Exhibit
(By Leona Ilorvltz)
The exhibition of National Gallery
portraits of war leaders is now being
ield in Alumni Memorial hall.
. Probably the most impressive por-
trait is that of Prince Kummo chi
Saionji, the former Japanese prime
minister, painted by Charles Hopkin-
son. One gets the frightening im-
pression of an exceedingly suave and
impenetrable Buddha staring straight
ahead of him into the blank wall of

Eternity. The composition is simple
and stripped of all unessentials. The
old hands, in fact the whole figure'
is so well painted in an attitude of
tense repose that one recalls what
Baudelaire said of the owls:
"From their still attitude the wise
Will learn with terror to despise
All tumult, movement, and unrest."
Ttjj portrait }of Nicolai P'ashich,
Jugo-Slavia's delegate to the peace
conference, is worthy of note, though
its harsh tones are rather- muddy.
There is also a realistic portrait of
Bratanio, the prime minister of
Roumania. In the portrait of King
Albert of Belgium, the background
gives a wonderful depiction of war
atmosphere; the stern soldierly as-
pect and nobility of the face arrest
the attention. The Signing. of thq
Peace Treaty by Johansen is a good
historical record though it is not im1
aginatively true.
Cecilia Beaux's portrait of Cardinal
Mercier is rather blurred and Edmund
Tarbell's portrait of Hoover is most
surprising in that it seems to give the

former food administrator a most
school boyish personality. Of course
one must take into consideration that
the artists had little time in which
to fathom the characters of their sit-
ters. Hence some of the portraits
are either mere likenesses or else do
not go very much beneath the surt
face, as in Tarbell's portrait of Wil,
son.
Wisconsin May Send Band
Madison, Wis-If present plans for
raising money goes through the Wis-
consin team will be accompanied by
the university band in their invasion
of Ann Arbor for the Wisconsin-Mich-
igan game. It is hoped that sufficient
money for this will be raised through
tag days and private subscription.
Michigan. Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
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