ADVENTURES IN ESSAY
To Students Enrolled in School of Education:
An assembly of all students in the School of Education will be held at
4:65 o'clock, October 12th in Room 203, Tappan Hall. At this time Pro-
fessor Charles McMurry of Peabody College will.address. the group. At the
adjournment of the assembly, the senior and junior classes will be organ-
ized under direction of the Student Council and election of officers for the
school year will take place. C. 0. Davis.
College of Pharmacy Faculty:
There will be a faculty meeting of the College of Pharmacy Friday aft-
ernoon, October 12 at 4 o'clock in Room 212 Chemistry Building.
C. C. Glover, Secretary.
The deferred examination for students in History 2a, given the second
semester of last year will be held Saturday morning from 9 to 12, October
20, in Room 204, Tappan Hall. E. R. Turner.
Ushers, Oratorical Association:
Ushers for the Lecture Course are expected to be at Hill Auditorium, for
the opening lecture on Friday evening, at seven o'clock to familiarize them-
selves with their sections and duties. Entrance may be obtained by the
rear door. Wilfrid Hocking, Chairman, Usher Committee.
The Work Shop will be open from 3:00 until 5:30 'today. Anyone wish-
ing to become a member may do, so at this time.
Ross I. Taylor
Oratorical Association Lecture:
Ex-Governor Frank O. Lowden will speak on the subject, "Organization
of Government," tonight at 8 o'clock in Hill Auditorium. The audience is
asked to be iu their seats a few moments before the hour as the lecture
will begin promptly at 8 o'clock.
were vigorously assailed for their ex- ''''' " " '"' """"L l tin 1"
for their friends( or alumni who wish
travagance in a special tax report to obtain rooms may do so by calling
made today to the American Electric the Union and selecting what they
Railway " Convention here. William wish from those listed. The location,
H. Maltbie, of Baltimore, is chairman price of the room, and a general ac-
of the committee making it. count of the capacities and accom-
The report declared that owing to modations furnished are included on
governmental extravagance, in part, the file cards that are kept of the
every workingman in the United rooms.
States is paying an average tax of $4
a year which is hidden in his car fare. LOCAL ? 0. T. c
This is about twothirds of a cent out * * d*
of every fare. IS RATED HIGH
"One of the most serious problems
of the day is that of municipal, state
and. federal extravagance," the report Michigan R. O. T. C.- rated highest
said. The check upon public extrav- among the colleges represented at the
agance is to be found only in a de- trainng camp at Fortress Monroe, Va.,
mand on the part of the public for according to information sent to
economy, and one of the first and most President Marion L. Burton by the
important steps in the development camp commander.
of this public demand is the elimin- The local unit formed 'part of hat-
ation of indirect taxation. Approxi- tery "B" which received the highest
mately 10 per cent, of the gross re- rat'ng in Small Arms and also tied in
ceipts of the street car companies of Close Order Instruction. Of the 120
the United States is devoted to some men in the battery, 34 were from here
form of public burden. The average and the r emainder were from the fol-
fare at the present time is 6.92 cents lowing collages: Kansas State Agri-
so an average of nearly two-thirds cultural Cc'lege, The Citadel (Virgin-
of a cent out of every street car fare ia), University of Cincinnati, and the
collected in the United States is an 1University of Kentucky.
indirect ta; upon the street car users - -
for the benefit of the general public " Cros Country R"1111 Postnaned