The Daily Bulletin/Reveille. (College Station, Tex.) 1916-1938, December 15, 1916, Image 1

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Published daily (except Mondays) by the A. and M. Print Shop forcirculationamongstudents,
faculty, and campus residents.
Vol. II. College Station, Texas, Friday, December 15, 1916. No. 71.
At a meeting of members of the teaching staff and of Col
lege employees at the Y. M. C. A. Monday afternoon at 4:15
o’clock plans will be discussed for the organization of a Col
lege Men’s Club. It is possible now to secure good and com
fortable quarters for a social club in case a sufficient number
of men are interested. The cost will be exceedingly small.
It is planned to provide all the comforts of a social club of the
first class. If you are interested attend this meeting Mon
day, December 18, as this organization would fill a long felt
Exhibition of Etchings.
Through the courtesy of Kep-
pel and Company, of new York,
a collection of fifty etchings (all
remarque proofs) are on exhibi
tion in the Architectural Club
meeting room. (Main Building,
Room 400.)
Tonight at 7:30, an illustrated
lecture on Etchings (American
Federation of Arts course) will
be given by the Architectural
Club, which extends an invitation
to the cadets and campus people
to be present.
The etchings can be bought;
prices range from ten to twenty-
five dollars.
Board Will Meet Saturday.
The Board of Directors of the
College will meet in Ft. Worth
Saturday, to award the contracts
for the veterinary science build
ing and for the completion of the
steam plant. The veterinary
science building will cost $100,000
when completed,
Work on the new auditorium
and the experiment station build
ing should begin before school
closes for the holdays. The con
tracts call for the completion of
those two buildings by July 27,
LOST: A Nagle’s Field Manual
Return to Staerker, 24 Goodwin.