The Daily Bulletin/Reveille. (College Station, Tex.) 1916-1938, November 01, 1916, Image 1

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THE DAI Published daily (except Mondays) by the A. and M. p tor circulation among students, faculty, and campus resicrents. Vol. II College Station, Texas, Wednesday, November 1, 1916. No. 35. Result of Election. The following officers for the Thanksgiying Hop were elected yesterday afternoon: Chairman o f Invitation and Program Committee: Jennings, E. P. Chairman of Finance Commit tee: Denning, C. 0 C h a i r m a n of Arrangement Committee: Brailsford, T. R: Chairman of Floor Committee: Griesenbeck, C. P. T. Chairman of Decoration Com mittee: Hudgins, J. L. Horticultural Seniors. All Horticultual seniors will be excused from regular class work from 9 to 10 a m for the purpose of attending a lecture on the “Smyrna Fig” by Mr. G. T. Rix- ford, Physiologist, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S Dept, of Agr., in the Horticultural section room. All students and faculty mem bers invited to attend the lecture. E. J Kyle. General Faculty. The Faculty will not meet to day. CHARLES PUR YEAR, Dean. Headquarters Corps of Cadets Agricultural & Mechanical College ofTexas College Station, Texas. Oct. 31, 1916. CIRCULAR: Drill hereafter will be in uni form No. 4. Drill will be regular companies under their owp officers, under the supervision of majors and regimental commanders. The drill will be progressive. All cadets will look up the par. to be covered each day Officers will be careful to cover every movement in the assignment; they will be expected to be able to explain, in detail, every move ment. Companies will be graded during drills without warning. It is intended that these grades shall be considered in the final competition for the flag. Assignments: (Pages and paragraphs are in Moss Manual). Nov. 1st.- Par. 75, page 41, tj Par. 140. page 56. The first haf hour have your N. C. 0. drill arj explain to their squads. Aft* the rest, assemble company anl drill in school of company, Par 184, page 74, to Par. 198, page 1 (To be continued.) / C. H. MULLER, Commandant '