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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, December 6, 1968

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, December 6, 1968

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The time of a course's examination period will be deter-
mined from the time of the first lecture period of the week.
For courses having recitations only, the examination period
will be determined from the time of the first recitation period.
Certain courses will have their examination periods at special
times as noted below. Classes beginning on the half hour will
be scheduled at the preceding hour.
If any student is assigned four examinations during the
same day he may seek reassignment. No date of any examina-
tion may be changed' without the consent of the University
Final Examination Committee. Questions concerning examina-
tions should be directed to the chairman at 763-2113.

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Most courses requiring a special examination are assigned
two examination code letters. If one code is preferred by the
department it is in boldface. Students must take their exam
on the preferred date unless a conflict occurs and special per-
mission is secured from the department. If neither is in bold-
face, either period is available.

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Law 305, 515
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College of Engineering
Engin 101
Engin 102
Literary College
Chem 103
Cham 104
Econ 201, 202, 401
Econ 271
Econ 272
English 123, 220

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English 232-1, 269-1 Q, Y
French 101. 102, 103 T, V
111, 112, 231, 232 T, V
361, 362, 371 . . T, V
German 101, 102, 111 T, V
231, 232, 236 T, V
Italian 101, 102, 231 T, V
Latin 103, 221 U, V
Latin 222 U, V
Math 115 F. 0
Math 116, 215 0, w
Math 315, 316 G, P
Russian 101, 102, 201 B, R
202, 301, 302 B, R
401. 415 B, R
Russian 111 A, Q
Russian 351 H, T
Russian 451-1 E, P
Spanish 101, 102, 103 P, U
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Thurs., Dec. 12
Wednesday, Dec. 11
Monday, Dec. 16
Saturday, Dec. 14
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Monday, Dec. 16
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Saturday, Dec., 14
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e Letter Central campus
A 8-10 a.m.
B 8-10
C 8-10
D 8-10
E 8-10
F 8-10
G 10:30-12:30 p.m.
H 4-6
I 4-6
J 1:30-3:30
K 10(:30-12:30
L 2-4.
M 10:30-12:30
N 4-6.
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P 10:30-12:30
Q 4-6
R 4-6
S 10:30-12:30
T 10:30-12:30
U 1:30-3:30
V 1:30-3:30
W 1:30-3:30
X 1:30-3:301
Y 1:30-3:30

North campus
7:30-9:30 a.m.
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Meanwhile, purely in the interest of
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It is entirely possible
That is how History will refer to our time...
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The dark hunger haunting our tenements
The darker crime stalking our streets
is remembered.
However History describes our era
We hope it will also
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As the time when A young girl's heart
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amber liquid called wort.
2. Then to the copper brew kettles,
where choicest imported and do-
mestic hops are added to the wort
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3. Now, after cooling, the wort
flows into our own patented fer-
menters, where brewers' yeast
works to ferment natural sugars
into alcohol and CO2. This is where
wort becomes beer.
4. Most beers are finished now.
Not Budweiser. We ferment it
again, this time in special glass-
lined tanks partially filled with a

dense lattice of beechwood strips.
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filters just before we package it for
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thousands of brewery workers who
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Next lesson? Well,.we were going
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