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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Volunne 3 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1922 Number 17
To University Women:
Every woman student expecting to attend the 0. S. U. game, Oct. 21, must
be registered in the office of the Dean of Women and pay the chaperonage;
fee.
Railway tickets will only be sold to women presenting registration slips'
from the Dean's office.
Permission to stay over night in Columbus must be obtained in ad-
vance by personal application at the Dean's office.
JEAN HAMILTON, Dean of Women.
Members of the Literary Faculty:
The Faculty Directory blanks intended for all members of the teaching
staff of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts have been placed in
the messenger boxes. It Is important that these be filled out and returned
to the Dean's office or to the messenger boxes as soon as possible. A direc-
tory of this kind containing information which makes it possible to find an
instructor with the least possible delay is very necessary, and the hearty co-
'operation of all concerned will be appreciated
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
Philosophy 1:
Quis section meeting at 9 o'clock Friday in Room 110 Library will meet
henceforth in Room 102 Economics building.
CHAS. B. VIBBERT.
Poltical Science 5:
Political Science 5 will meet hereafter in Room 110 Library instead of
in Room 102 Economics building, M. W., & F., at 9.
JESSE S. REEVES.
Mathematics: College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Mathematical Staff at 4 p. m. Friday,
Oct. 13, in Room 110 Tappan Hall. Numbers in different sections of courses
will be called for. J. L. MARKLEY.
Reserve Officers Training Corps:
Enrollments for the current semester will be accepted until Satur-
day noon.
Upper class Chemical and Electrical Engineers and all Freshmen who
are interested are requested to call at the R. O. 'T. C. office, 1002 South
University avenue, without delay.
ROBERT ARTHUR,
Players Club:
Tryouts for parts in the short play, The Roadhouse in Arden, by Moel-
ler, and The Swan Song, by Tchekoff, to be given as a reading, will be held
in the Players Workshop in the old fire hall on East University avenue,
from 1 to 3:30 this afternoon. Any who wish to inquirle into the activities
of the club may do so at thl's time or any afternoon ;but Saturday between
1:30 and 3:00.
R. S. TUBBS, President.

WHAT'S GOING ON
NOTICE-Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock of
the day before publication.
FRIDAY
2:30-Gamma Phi Beta dance at Un-
ion.
7:30-Polish students meet in Lane
hall.
7:30-Alpha Nu meeting, fourth floor,
University hall.
8:00-Vaudeville performance, Mimes
theater.
SATURDAY
8:00-Vaudeville performance, Mimes
theater.
8:00---Movie, "The Little Minister," by
James M. Barrie, Wesley 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)
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.

'FINAL PLANSMADE
FOR O.S.U. TRAINS

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Arbor Friday Evening for
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Information received by the Athlet-
ic association indicates that some ho-
tels at Columbus during the Michigan-
Ohio State game Oct. 21, will charge
convention rates for rooms. These
rates range from $17 to $20 for Friday
and Saturday night accomodations.
Although this high charge of from
$8.50 to $10 a day will work hardship
on men wishing to get single rooms,
two or three men rooming together
will have but to pay a somewhat high-
er than average rent, from $2.80 to
$4.50 per day.

day. This is a country hotel with Lose something? A classified i
modern conveniences. Our service is the Daily will find it.-Adv.
Say,"Merry, X-mas"
With Photograph-

TICKETS AND RESERVATIONS
TO BE AVAILABLE MONDAY
Final arrangements for special train
service from Ann Arbor to Columbus,
O., for the Ohio State-Michigan foot-
ball game at Columbus Saturday, Oct.
21, have been made, and the railroad
fares along with the Pullman rates
have been announced.

Special rates for students at Y. M.
. A" Sixty foot white tile swimming
pool.-Adv.
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PHOTOCRAPMER

Two special trains composed en-
tirely of Pullman cars will leave Ann
Arbor Friday night.aThe first of these
which will carry eight sleeping cars
will leave at 12 o'clock city time,
which is Eastern time, Friday night,
Oct. 20. The second, also having 8
cars, will depart 15 minutes later.
They will go directly to Columbus
over the Ann Arbor lines to Toledo
and from there on over the Pennsyl-
vania. Extra cars for the specials
will be furnished by the Pennsylvania
railroad. These two trains will ar-
rive in Columbus at about 6 o'clcok
Eastern time Saturday morning. Per-
sons will be allowed to remain in the
cars until 9 o'clock.
On Saturday morning, four special
all-coach trains will leave for Colum-
bus. These trains will carry about
eight or ten cars and will depart at
6:30 o'clock, city time. At the latest,
these trains will arrive in Columbus
at 12 o'clock, noon, Eastern time. If
more cars are needed, either coaches
or sleeping cars, they will be added,
providing that the railroad company is
informed before Oct. 18 that they will
be needed. Positively no assurance
can be given persons who purchase
tickets after that time.
The return Pullman trains will
leave Columbus at 12:30 o'clock East-
ern time, while the specials with
coaches will leave Saturday night at
6:30 from the Pennsylvania station in
Columbus.
The round trip railroad fare will be
$6. These tickets will be good only
on the special trains. Lower berths
will be sold for $7.50 round trip, and
uppers will be $6. Drawing rooms
for three persons will sell for $13.50,
one way, or $27 round trip.
Women's Swimming classes at the
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday and Thursday
evenings, 8:00 and 9:00.-Adv.

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A portrait is the most personal gift you
Can bestow at Christmas time.
When it combines the additional merit
of art with quality, the token is twice
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It Has Come!

COUNTRY WATCHES OUTCOME
OF GOOD GAMES TOMORROW
(Continued from page seven)
Cornell is looked to romp away with
New Hampshire State.
On the, Pacific Coast Stanford will
undoubtedly. be-returned winner over
Santa Clara, Washington should down
Idaho, and the Nuitnomah Club and
Oregon should have it nip and tuck.
The Oregon Aggies should triumph
over Willamette in an easy victory,
Washington State looks forward to an
easy win over Gonzaga college, and
the University of Southern California,
in the first game of the Trojan sched-
ule, should win over Arizona. The
University of California will find its
first real opposition, after two walk-
aways in the game with St. Mary's
college of Oakland.
These games are the most outstand-
ing on the long list that is carded foir

Saturday, with the Yale-Iowa, Chica-
go-Northwestern, Ohio State-Oberlin,
and Michigan-Vanderbilttcontests
heading the list in importance.
,New Cabidet Selected By Peruvians
Washington-Peru 'has a new cab-
inet, its embassy says headed by
Senator Julio Ego Aguirre, who holds
the justice portfolio; Rada Gamio, in-
terior; Alberto Salomon, foreign; Os-
car Barros war; Ramon Vaille Ries-
tra navy; Lauro Curletti public
works; Rodriguez Dulanto, finance.
Revolutionist Held By Officials
San Francisco-Miguel Sequiera, of
Nicaragua, is held by Department of
Justice agents j3ndelngainformation
from San Juan del $ur about him; it
is said he sought funds to start a rev-
olution.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

CONVENTION PLANS MADE
Melville Stone to Be Chief Speaker at
Press Meeting
Definite assurance of the presence
of Melville E. Stone, as the speaker of
the evening for the first meeting of
the University of Michigan Press club
convention was given out lasthnight
at a meeting of Sigma Delta Chi.
Prof. F .N. Scott, ofmthe rhetoric de-
partment will be toastmaster at the
banquet. Short addresses will be giv-
en by Dean John R. Effinger and
Coach Fielding H. Yost. Entertain-
1 anent will be furnished by Mimes,
through the courtesy of E. Mortimer
Shuter.
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Certainly, considering the difference in cost in an edition of 1,000
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