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FULLY EQUIPPED
ding Contains Latest Ma-
Work in All Seientifie
Lines
al Science building, the
he largest building on the
1 start this season with
nt practically complete.
ig was finished for the
the University last year
pment of the building was
tate of completion that it
racticallythe only thing.
finished is the exhibition
gy department. Cases are
I in the halls to form a
.t and together with the
ng on the corridor walls
an impressive exhibit.
ce building is devoted to
he various departments of
stry, geology, mineralogy,
and zoology. There are
ly 270 rooms for these de-
each department being
ction from roof to base-
basement under thebfirst
is an extensive tunnel in
tered all the plumbing and
ork, the machinery for the.
.d the air supply fans and
he use of the various de-

WOMEN'S LEAGUE DRAWS UP
HOUSE RULES FOR STUDENTS
Uniform house rules for all women's
houses have been drawn up by the
Judiciary Council of the Women's

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KATHERINE WENLEY BECOMES
ASSISTANT ALUMNUS EDITOR
Miss Katherine Wenley, '16, has
taken the place of Miss Harriet Law-

League, to serve until each house can
adopt its own set of rules. These rules
embody the regulations which have
been in effect in- the campus for sev-
eral years, and will probably merely
be added to by many houses, to fit
their own needs. Acting upon a re-
quest from the University Committee
on Student Affairs, these rules have
been distributed to every house and
to the two dormitories.
Closing hours are set at 10:00 or.
10:30 o'clock; freshmen are limited
to three social engagements, from
which, however, all University activ-
ities, such as Choral Union Concerts,
mass meetings and lectures, are ex-
cluded. Attendance at Sunday "movies"
is barred, and river engagements are
to terminate not later than 10:00
o'clock. Each house is to provide
quiet hours for study, which shall be
enforced by the house head or proc-
tors. Girls are also advised not to
attend fraternity dinners, to call at
men's houses or to visit hotels with-
oiut a chaperone.
TEA ROOM IN "U" HALL IS
NEW STUNT OF "J" 'ADTISORS

rence, '11, who was formerly assistant
editor of the Alumnus. Miss Lawrence
was married September 16 to Clifford
Bolles, '13L. Mr. Bolles while in
school was a member of Delta Upsilon
fraternity.
Y. X. C. A. Handbook Corrects Error
Through an error, the Michigan
Handbook published by the Y. M. C.
A. announced that the Student Direc-
tory would be on sale for 25 cents a
copy. Last year the directory came
out earlier than usual and sold for 35
cents a copy. Paper prices have risen
greatly in the past year and the man-
agement say that the price this year
will have to be 50 cents.

Lightning Hits Pole During Vacation
The campus flag pole has just re-
covered from an attack of lightning
which struck on August 4. The bolt
knocked the ball from the top of the
pole and splintered the top section of
the pole down for a distance of 35
feet. After reaching the junction of
the two sections, the bolt ran down the
guy wires and grounded without doing
further damage. No campus buildings
were struck.
Malls Completed During Summer
Two campus malls have been con-
structed since the close of the Univer-
sity last June. The mall leading from
North University avenue to the rear
of University Hall is complete as it
now stands, but the drive between the
Natural Science building and the
Chemistry building is to be further
improved by planted shrubbery.

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For your student room furnishings,
- Study tables, desks, rugs or couch covers,
draperies and easy chairs.
- Prompt service and careful consideration given W
Sto all orders.
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112-122E. LIBERTY
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We supply Fraternity and Sorority Victor Victrolas and complete stock
stores. Get our prices. Cushing's of Records at Schaeberle & Son's, 110
Pharmacy. tues-eod f South Main street. oct3tf

southwest corner of the first
ituated the large lecture room
fitted to hold about 500 stu-
The lecture tables are of a
design being built in sections
ning on rollers. Thus they
removed to any part of the
for the purpose of preparing
for the use in experiments
d in the lecture room. Stan-
lave been placed in the floor"
when attached to the tables,
them with plumbing and elec-
nnections. This lecture room
darkened anid is fitted with
for giving illustrated lec-
Hrectly above the lecture room
brary which is constructed so
practically sound proof.
system of waste pipes, water,
compressed air has been in-
so that any alterations in the
an be made with a minimum
The building throughout is
I with a vacuum cleaning sys-
he ventilation will be con-
y pneumatic switches and mo-
istern, distilled and filtered
iay be obtained in certain
hroughout the building.
lain part of the building is of
ed concrete skeleton frame-
Lth reinforced concrete and'
tta floors, thus being entirely
Af. On account of the irreg-
of the campus walks the di-
s vary, being approximately
for the north side, 263 feet
east side and 150 feet for the
e. There is an anterior court of
in width which affords a large
11 for the interior rooms. The
f each floor is traversed by a
which is nearly 700 feet in
A clear span of 23 feet is
ed between the corridor and
ide walls on both the court
campus sides.

In an attempt to aid freshmen
women in every possible way, a tea
room has been maintained throughout
registration week by the junior ad-
visors of the Women's League. A class
room on the second floor~,of Univer-
sity Hall has been completely refur-
nished for the purpose, and has served
as a meeting room for freshmen and
their Junior advisors. From 2 to 5
o'clock every afternoon tea has been
served here to the newly arrived
women and their parents and friends.
Junior advisors hive also been in
attendance all week in the office as-
sisting freshmen with their registra-
tion and in making their elections.
For those girls who have not already
secured rooms, the juniors act as
guides, taking them from house to
house on the approved list of women's
houses, until suitable arrangements
have been made.
The junior advisor system was in-
augurated among the women several
years ago, and has been elaborated
each year. Helen Brock, '17, is chair-
man.
Several New Linemen at Wisconsin
Madison, Wis., Oct. 3.-Kelley, Fla-
does, Cramer, Oskamp and Schrang are
staging a warm battle for the vacancy
at left end. Captain Paul Meyers
seems to have his old place at the
other extremity cinched, but all of the
other line positions are in doubt with
a big squad scrapping to fill them.
Say fellows, if you want a thorough
course in shorthand or typewriting,
call at the School of Shorthand, 711
N. University Ave. oct3
Wahr has fountain pens that flow.
oct3,4,5
Leave your film at the Delta.
oct3 to 29

G'lad t4
Back A
Once more the old town live
ledge begin to turn. It c
faces again. Come in and
along---and say, the new Fal

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wheels in the mill of know-
good to see so many familiar
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Come in and look 'em over
the "fraters" along too.
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