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Y OFFICIAL DULLETIN
in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
ity. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11.:30 a. m. Saturday.)
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 19 2 Number 16

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liege of Literature, Science, and the Arts-First Faculty Meeting:
The first meeting of the Literary Faculty for the year will be held on
nday afternoon, Oct. 16, at 4:10 in Newberry Hall. Annual election to
nding committees and general business. All members of the teaching staff,
the College are invited to this meeting. Instructors who have been in
vice for three years are entitled to a vote.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
rmbers of the Literary Faculty:
The Faculty Directory blanks intended for all members of the teaching ;
ff of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts have been placed in
messenger boxes. It is important that these be filled out and returned
the Dean's office or to the messenger boxes as soon as possible. A direc-
y of this kind containing information which makes it possible to find an
tructor with the least possible delay is very necessary, and the hearty co-
eration of all concerned will be appreciated
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
yehology 7:
Because of lack of seats in the Natural Science Auditorium, an addi-
nal lecture section has been formed which will meet Wednesday at 9 in
m 224M, Natural Science building. HENRY F. ADAMS.
ench .8 Toms and'Thurs. at 10:00:
Mr. Carry's section of French 8 which meets Tues. and Thuris. at 10:00
1 take Lesson 1 entire, Martin & Russell's "At West Point" for Thurs.
WARNER F. PATTERSON.
tgish Department In Engineering College:
The staff of the English department in the Engineering College will meet
the Union for luncheon Thursday, Oct. 12, at 12 o'clock.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
a Beta Pt Convention:
The 21st annual convention of Tau Beta Pi will be held in Ann Arbor on
t. 12, 13, and 14. Tau Beta Pi is the national engineering honorary fra-
-nity, there being chapters at forty-one of the prominent engineering
pools throughout the country. The convention program will be as fol-
vs:
THURSDAY, A. M.--Arrival and reception of delegates.
THURSDAY, P. M.--Welcoming address, President Burton, 1:15 at the
Union.
Business session, 1:45.
Auto ride, 4.'
Smoker, 7:30 at Union.
V RIDAY, A. M.-Business session.
FRIDAY, P. M.-Leaving at. 1, trip into Detroit which includes an in-
spection of Ford's Highland Park plant, a din-
ner at the Statler, and a theater party.
SATURDAY, A. M.-Business session.
SATURDAY, P. M.-Afternoon open.
Convention banquet, 6:30 at the Union
The delegates will be housed at the Union, which is the convention head-
arters.
All local Tau Beta Pi men are cordially invited to attend, especially,
smoker and the banquet. A Tau Beta Pi bent will serve as admission
the smoker. Reserve a place at the banquet by calling the Union desk
fore Friday evening.* A charge of $1.50 .a plate will be made for the
nquet.
MICHIGAN GAMMA CHAPTER OF TAU BETA PI.
0. T. C. Barnd:
The R. 0. T. C. Band will meet in Newberry Hall Thursday at 7 p. M.
I men who are interested in playing with this band are requested to
end. . ROBERT ARTHUR, P. M. S. & T.
n and Blade Club: ~
The first regular meeting of the present school year will be held to-
ht, Thursday, Oct. 12, at 7:30, in the Reading Room of the Union. Elec-
n of officers and other very important business is to be transacted. Every
mber is urged to be present. Men receiving training from the U. S. Vet-
ins Bureau are eligible for membership and will be cordially welcomed.
WILWRID HOCKING, President.
hibition of War Portraits:
Under the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Association an exhibition of
rtraits of American and allied war leaders' is being held from 1:3 to 5
m. daily, from Oct. 5 to Oct. 26, in the West Gallery of Alumni Memorial
.11. The gallery will be open Sundays. BRUCE M. DONALDSON.

ball this fall and is a bear when it
comes to tackling the opposing men."
Bomar, a backfield man shifted to the
line, has been of much aid to the team,
but has one deficiency for he is dis-
posed te be light hearted and doesn't
seem to take the matter of a vic-
tory or a defeat seriously. Bradford,
Meirs and Walker are the other not-
ables on the line. All of them aret
veterans and have been playing a fine
E game individually in the past ehcount-
ers. Lawrence, one of the most prom-
ising guards at the first of the sea-
son, has failed noticably and it would
not be a surprise if he is yanked be-
fore the game Saturday.
Dudley field is to be dedicated with
an impressive ceremony previous to
the start of the game. It is not
known, but it is believed that it will
be Commodore tears that will strike
the ground first after the dedication
and resuming of the relations between
Michigan and Vanderbilt which have

has been exhausted. No more or-
ders will be received at these prices.
There is still opportunity to secure
tickets in Block C and D (top bal-
cony) at $4.50 and $5 and such or-
ders will be received until further
notice.
On Saturday, Oct. 14, all tickets not
ordered by mail, if there are any'
left, will be placed on public sale
at the School of Music.
For the Extra concert series tickets
may still be ordered in all four
blocks at $2, $3, $4, and $5 each.
Camp Davis men may secure prints
of pictures taken this summer by

calling at the surveying depart-
ment and ordering them.
There Is an exhibition of portraits of
leaders of the war in Alumni Mem-
orial hall daily from 2 to 5 o'clock.
This is given under the auspices of
the Ann Arbor Art association.
FIRST OF FRESHMAN TEAS
TO BE GIVEN WEDNESDAY
Dean Jean Hamilton and Mrs. Mar-
ion L. Burton will be hostesses at a
tea which is to be given Wednesday,
Oct. 18, at the home of Mrs. Burton,
in honor of girls of the freshman

class. This is the first of a series of
three such teas. It is thought that
by dividing the girls into groups they
will become better acquainted with
each other.
Junior girls will accompany their
advisees to the affair and this, too,
will aid the guests in making new
friendships.
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WHAT'S GOING ON
NOTICE-Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock of
the day before publication.
THURSDAY
4:00-Entire S. C. A. cabinet mieets at
Lane hall.
5:00-Entire Xil iga ian staff meet
ing in Press building.
7:00-Girl Reserve leaders meeting,
Newberry all.
7:00-. 0. T. C. band practice, New-
berry Hall.
7:15-Sigma Delta Chii meets in Un-
ion.
7:15-La Sociedad Itispanica meets
in room 205 University Hall.
7:30--Gun and Blade club meets in
reading room, Union. Election of
officers.
7:30-Sigma Delta Chi meets in room
306 of the Union.
7:30-Zoologleal Journal club meets in
roomZ=231, zoological laboratory.
7:30-Highland Park students smok-
er-meeting in Union.
7: 1 Polish students meet in Lame
hall.
7:30-Alpha Nu meeting, fourth floor,
University hall.
U-NOTICES
The management of the University
School of Music announces that the
number of orders for Choral Union
concert tickets has been so great
that the entire allotment of seats in
Block A and B ($6 and $5 tickets)

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ANNOUNCEMENT

WERILI HOPES TO
GiTE MIGHIGAO A FIGHT
(Continued fr1n Pag peZen)
s helping to Instill that necessary
: that Vanderbilt must have before
can becomo a n ccrd breaking
. Captain J .,ss Neely, and Kuhn
be in the line 'p a-d should make
ae attempt to hold up 'their rec-
as Commodore star. It is like-
tat the punting will be done by one
hem.
Line is Wea Spot
there is a weak place on the
lerbilt team it is in the line. In
3 of the fact that all of the men

are veterans, the line has been giving
Coach McGugin much trouble all of
the year. When the call for fresh-
men was issued at Vanderbilt' the uni-
versity had a ,wonderful turnout, and
among them were discovered some
heavy and fast linemen. ,These frosh
have been whipped into shape and hav-
ing been tearing the line of the Com-
modores to pieces almost at will dur-
ing the last few days of practice.
This condition does not speak well for
the possible victory, especially when
the Commodores will meet the Wolver-
ines on their home grounds in less
than a week.
McCullough, a big fast end weighing
200 pounds, seems to be the main cog
in the Commodore line. He has been
playing a wonderful brand of foot-

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HARTMAN THEATRE
Columbus-Oct.20-21

WORLD'S PREMIER DANCERS

Under the Auspices of
Varsity Glee Clubs

Students Supply Store I

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Oct.

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Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies

MAIL ORDERS accompanied by re-
mittance in full and self-addressed
envelope will be honored in order of
receipt. BE SURE to pecify WHICH
performance Saturday desired. Make
all remittances and send orders to R.
F. Boda, Manager Hartman Theatre,
Columbus, Ohio. Prices: $1.10, $1.65,
$2.20, $2.75, including Tax.

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