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SECOND SEMESTER
EXAMINATION SCHEDULE
COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS
HORACE H. RACKHAM SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
SCHOOL OF NATURAL RESOURCES
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
COLLEGE AF PHARMACY
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
SCHOOL OF NURSING
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
June 2 to June 13, 1961
For courses having both lectures and recitations, the "Time of Clash
, the time of the first lecture period of the week. For courses having recd-
tion only, the "Time of Class" is the time of the first recitation period.
ertain courses will be examined at special periods as noted below the
gular schedule. Classes beginning on the half hour will be scheduled at
ie preceding hour.
Degree candidates having a scheduled examination on June 10, 12, 13
ill be given an examination at an earlier date. The following schedule
esignates an evening time for each such examination. The instructor may
rrange with the student for an alternate time, with notice to the sched-
ling committee.
Everiing Schedule for Degree Candidates

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESD

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STADIUM
Automatic CAR WASH
142 E. Hoover
(I block east of 1000 S. Main)
COMPLETE CAR WASH ... $1.50
MAY SPECIAL: Simonize ...$9.99

Special gasoline price to

car wash customers!

27.9c

and additional 2c discount on fill-ups

High Court
Supports
'Blue Laws'
(Continued from Page 3)
of America, expressed shock and
disappointment when informed of
the ruling.
"We are still against the ar-
bitrary chosing of Sunday as a day
of rest .-.. ," heasaid. "Theddeci-
sion will have a strong adverse
effect on Sabbath observances in
the United States. Jews will con-
tinue to observe the Sabbath but
some may open on Sundays and
take their chances.
"We don't agree with the histor-
ical aspects of Sunday as a day
of rest, nor do the Seventh-Day
Baptists or the Seventh-Day Ad-
ventists." he added..
Justice William 0, Douglas, dis-
senting in all four cases, protested
that "we make a sharp break with
the American ideal of religious
freedom a. enshrined in the First
Amendment."

(Continued from Page 4)
-Education (behind Architecture)
-Natural Resources (behind Educa-
tion)
Section D-On grass field in a line
about 45° South of East:
--Nursing (in front)
-Business Administration (behind
Nursing)
-Music (behind Bus. Admin.)
--Public Health (behind Music)
-Social Work (behind Public Health)
-Flint (behind Social Work)
March Into Stadium-5:00 p.m.
WEATHER RAINY
In case of rainy weather, the Uni-
versity fire siren will be blown be-
tween 4:00 and 4:15 p.m. indicating
the exercises in the Stadium will be
abandoned. Members of the Faculties,
Regents, Deans, etc., will assemble at
the same places as for the fair weath-
er program. Graduates will go direct
to Yost Field House atr5:00 p.m. and
enter by the South door.
Reading Improvement Demonstration:
At the invitation of the Summer Ses-
sion the Reading Dynamics Institute
will conduct a demonstration at 8:00
p.m., Wed., May 31, in Scholring Aud.,
University High School. All interested
persons are invited to attend.
Room Assignments for Final Exami-

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN,

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Regular
Exam Time
Special.
Period
Regular
Exam Time
Special
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Mon., June 12
9-12 AM
Fri., June 2
7-10 PM
Tues., June 13
2-5 PM
Tues., June 6
7-10 PM

Mon., June 12
2-5 PM
Sat., June 3
7-10 PM
Sat., June 10
9-12 AM
Wed., June 7
7-10 PM

Tues., June 13
9-12 AM
Mon., June 5'
7-10 PM
Sat., June 10
9-12 AM
Thurs., June 8
7-10 PM

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Each student should receive notification from his instructor
as to the time and place of his examination.
REGULAR SCHEDULE

VACATION
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THOUGHT POSSIBLE!
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AND SUITS ______Now /z Of f
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GROUP DRESSES -COSTUMES
Of every kind .. . sizes from 5-15, 10-44,1.21/2 to 241/2
originally were 14.95 to 49.95 _ $10.00 to $25.00.
EXTRA SPECIAL GROUP... $7.98
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now at a special offer with
your University of Michigan,
ID Card.
15% discount
on all YARNS
until the end of the semester

Also print Taffetas

.$10.00 to $19.95

nations English 23 and 24: Fri., June 2,
2-5 p.m.
English 23-
Brown, 2402 MH; Caskie, 2402 MH;
Kenney, 2411 MH; Moore, 2508 FB;
Squires, 1402 MH; Steinhoff, 407 MH;
Zeller, 3 Tap.
English 24-
Alberda, 2013 AH; Archibald, 411 MH;
Barber, 2029 AH; Bender, 1035 AH; Bl-
liar, 2518 FB; Bittrich, 4003 AH; Blank-
enship, 102- Arch.; Bloom, .102 Arch;
Brown, 1433 MH; Brownlow, 102 Arch.;
Camp, 102 Arch.; Casale, 417 MH;
Church, 2231 A; Colegrove, 102 Arch.;
Conaway, WLR-WP; Cronan, 3217 AH;
Curtis, 3231 AH; Danzig, 102 Arch.;
deBonneval, 4007 AH; Donnelly, 2412
MH; Dunn, 2528 FB; Edwards. 2435 MR;
Engleberg, WLR-WP; Falke, 2439 MH;
Flora, .2440 MH; Frank, WLR-WP; Fred-
erick, 2215 AH; Fulton, 2407 MH; Haas,
102 Arch.; Higgins, 102 Arch.; Hillegas,
202 WP; Hopkin, 435 MH: Hussman,
439 MH; Jacobusse, 443 MH; Johnson,
2413 MH; Kennedy, G., WLR-WP; Ken-
nedy, J., 102 Arch.; Keyes, 447 MH; Kul-
per, 2429 MH; Leach, 2408 MH; Lyons,
2003 AH; McNamara, 202 WP;
Martin, 1412 MH; Mateer, 1007, AH;
Mathes, 5 Econ.; Mintlaff, 103 Econ.;
Mundell, 2231 AH; Nettel, 25 AR; No-
vak, 202 WP; O'Donnell, WLR-WP; Per-
era, 202 Econ.; Radhuber, 203 Tap.;
Shaw, '215 Econ.; Shoenberg, 2050 FB;
Spaan, 203 Econ.; Squier, 2003 AH; Sta-
ples, 207 Econ.; Stewart, WLR-WP; Sul-
livan, 207 Tap.; Sumner, 2016 FB; Terry,
451 MR; Waldrop, 25 AH; Warsinski,
1035 AH; Way, 3032 FB; Wild, WLR-WP;
Williams, 1408' MH; Wykes, 1041 Randall;
Zietlow, WLR-WP.
English 24-Great Books II-.
Stanwood and Vance, And. D.,AH
The make-up exam for English 23
and 24 will be given on Mon., June 12,
9-12 a.m. In Aud. B,, A.
SUMMER VACATION NOTICE
FOR STUDENT ANDSTAFF
BICYCLE OWNERS:
1. Any bicycle parked on University
property (classroom areas, residence
halls, University owned apartments,
Medical Center, etc.) must bear a CUR-
RENT ANN ARBOR LICENSE (expiring
9-30-61).
2. Summer storage of bicycles on Uni-
versity property is not permitted. Bi-
cycles not in use during summer school
must be taken home or put in storage.
For your protection as well as for good
order on the campus, bicycles stored
(left over 48 hours after June 13 with-
out a "hold" order) in the racks on
University property will be impounded.
3. If your bicycle is impounded, the
service fee plus storage will cost you
$7.50 for the summer.
4. Persons who will still have their
bicycles in University racks between
June 14 and June 21 are asked to fill
out a "hold" order at their residence
hall desk or at 1510 Admin. Bldg.
5. Persons who have lost bicycles dur-
ing the year are urged to check the bi-
cycles which have been impounded be-
fore they leave campus. Those who have
lost bicycles but do not have the li-
cense and serial number may check the
records in our office so that a stolen
bicycle report may be filed. The BI-
CYCLE STORAGE GARAGES, located
on East Washington just off Forest Ave.,
are open Monday and Thursday between
4 P.M. and 6 P.M..
The Exhibit Museum's 'planetarium
and movie showings will be closed on
Sat. and Sun., June 3-4.
University Libraries will be open on
reduced schedules from the end of the
examination period (June 13) until the
beginning of Summer Session (June
26). Siartng Tuesday, June 13, the
General Library and Undergraduate
Library will close at 5 p.m. Both li-
braries will be closed evenings, Sats.
and Suns. during the intersession per-
iod, except on Commencement Day,
Sat., June 17, when the Undergraduate
Library will be open to visitors from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Divisional Libraries also will go on
short schedules following examinations.
Hours of openign will be posted on the
doors of each library.
For, special hours during the exam-
ination period, see Michigan Daily Offi-
cial Bulletin for Fri. or Sat., May 26 or
27.
Extension Service will use a revised
telephone reception system in 'their
new location at 412 Maynad St. effec-
tive Mon., June 5. As of that date
specific departments in Evtension Serv-
ice may be dialed direct.
Following is a list of the Extension
Service departments and University
telephone extension numbers assigned
for direct calls to the departments:
Director's Office 2613
Associate Director's Office .3586
Business Manager's Office 3587
Correspondence Study 3588
Course Program Office 3356
State-wide Real Estate Office 3357
Lecture Bureau 2888
Publications and Special Projects 2889
Conferences and Institutes Depart. 420
Central Receptionist 2887, 3354
Seniors: Caps and gowns should be
ordered immediately. Senior class dues
may also be paid when ordering from
Moe's Sport Shop, 711 N. University
Mon.-Sat. 8:30-5:30.
Foreign Visitors
Following are the foreign visitors who

will be on the campus on the dates
indicated.
Program arrangements are being made
by the International Center: Mrs. Hen-
ry J. Meyer.
Prof. Sang-hyup Kim, Prof. of Poli-
tical Science at Korea Univ., Seoul, Ko-
rea, May 28-29.
John L. Haar accompanied by his
wife, Director, International House, The
Univ. of British Columbia, Vancouver,
Canada, June 1-3.

Program arrangements for the fola
ing visitor are being made by
Protest Foundation: Miss Amber Va
Austin Gunasekera, Fuibright Sch
ar, International Law, New York Uni
Ceylon, May 28-30.
Events
University Lecture, sponsored by 1
Department of Zoology: E D"e~
of the British Freshwater Biological
sociatlon, will speak on "Trouto
lation Studies," Wed., May 31, 4: 00 p.
2054 N'atural Science.
Doctoral Examination for Sylvia Dt
can Mall Buchi, Geology; thesis: "St
lea on the Natural History ofBer
Thurs., June 1, 4083 Natural ~ce
Bldg., at 2:30 p.m. Chairman, I.
Heinrich.
Doctoral Examination for Ibrahim
hamed El-Shafie, Education thesis:
Study of Judgments of Michigan (U
and Egyptian (NAR) Educators 0
cerning Characteristics of Ptiparati
Programs for High School Principal
Tues., June 6, 3206 Universit' 0I
School, at 3:00 p.m. Chairman, U.
Jones.
Placement
PLACEMENT:
Attn.: Registrants-All students r
istered with the Bureau of Appoi
ments, both General & Education 3
visions, are requested to notify the B'
reau when you have accepted a positi
in order that your records may be k
up to date. If you are still avaial
let us know where you can e rea"
afteruCommencement, since new p1
tions come in all summer & we a
need to contact you.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEW:
TWA Interview May 31-Mrs. And
son of Trans World Airines will be
Allenel Hotel Wed., May 31 from 9:
3:00 to interview interested oll
girls for hostess positions. Age 20
Hgt... 5'2"-'9" wih Wgt. 100-140
Degree not essential. Phone TWA Sl
for appointment.
Note: (TWA also holds Intervl
every THURS. at the Sheraton-Cadli
In Detroit; 9:00 to 4:00.)
Revised Notice: Michigan Civil Se
ice Commission-Personnel Methi
Trainees Examination will be given i
31 at 6:00 p.m. in Detroit, also J
1, at 1:00 p.m. in Lansing. MUST
available to start work on June
1961 at any of several locations
Michigan. Please call the Bureau
Appointments for further details.
Only course requirement is 8 se
ter hours of Psychology.
SUMMER PLACEMENT INTERVIEW
TUES., MAY 30--
Kelly Girl Services, Inc.-Mim Liz
Graves interviewing interested girls
day through June 17. She will be
Summer Placement Service Mon., Wi
Fri., 3:00-5:00 and Tues., Thurs., 1:
5:00 pm. Especially interested ine
perienced stenographers, dictaphi
operators, statistical typists & se
typists. Kelly Girl Services opera
in 120 cities.
Camp Fairwood & Four-Way od
Mich.-Ward Peterson interviewing
Mrs. M. . Eder, Director. Openings
men at Fairwood: Canoeing, SaIt
Riflery and Arts & Crafts Instructi
plus 2 cabin counsedors. Openings
Four-Way Lodge for women: Expeie:
ed secretary-bookkeeper; Archery
structor; Campcraft, Tennis, & Wal
skiing Instructors. Interviewing to b
tinue until positions are filled.
. . .
To All Those Who Want Summer Ja
There are still many job opportunFi
in our files. New requests come into
office each day. Keep visiting the I
mer Placement Service, D-528 SA,
til you have secured a position. C
tact us, either if you get a job on y
own or if we have helped you to
one. We need this information for
files. Summer Placement Service 1
be open each weekday afternoon &
all day Friday through June 17.
want you to have a profitable sum
and a good one.
Ward D. Peterson, Diret
Summer Placement Servi
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
Hotel Corp. of America, Boston, M
--Mgmt. Trng. Program-Contnu
openings at various locations. Men
BA in Lib' Arts, Bus. Ad., or Bo,
Admin. for Food & Beverage Mg
Budget & Control, Auditing & Sa
Accelerated prog. for MBA with sc
exper. Major H.C.A. Hotels: Edgew
Beach, Chicago; Roosevelt & Ph.
N.Y.C.; Mayflower, Wash., D.C.; K
more & Braemore, Boston; Royal
leans, New Orleans; Carleton To
London, Eng.; etc.
Newark Museum, Newark, N.J.-.
prentice Training Course. Prepares I
& WOMEN for work in any type. x
seum. Two-fold program: Theory
(Continued on Page 10)
Organization
Notices

German Club, Coffee Hour, May
3-5 p.m., 4072 FB.
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Wesley Foundation, Holy Commun
followed by Breakfast, May 31, 7 a.
1st Meth. Church Chapel.
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Folk Dancers, Meeting, Dancing &
struction, May 30, 7:30 p.m., Comm
nity Center. For transportation, c
NO 3-2085 after 5:30 p.m.

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scheduled at the preceding

SPECIAL PERIODS
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Acetg. 100, 101, 200, 201
Business Ad. 150
Business Ad. 150
Business Ad. 181
Business Ad. 181
Finance 101
Finance .101
Industr. Relations 100
Industr. Relations 100
Indust. Relations 150
Industr. Relations 150
Mktg. 100, 101
Mktg. 100, 101
Stat. 100
Stat 100

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LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS

Bot.1,2
Bot. '1, 2
Chem. 4, 6, 182, 183
Chem. 4, 6, 182, 183
con. 51, 52, 53, 54
Econ. 51, 52, 53, 54
Econ. 71, 72
Econ. 71, 72
English 23, 24
English 23, 24
Fr. 1, 2, 3, 11, 12, 21, 22,
32, 61, 62
Fr. 1, 2,3,11,12,21,22,
32, 61, 62
Geog. 1
Geog. 1
German 1, 2, 11, 31, 32,
35, 36
German 1, 2, 11, 31, 32,
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Physics 54 R Mon., June 12 9-12
Russian 1, 2, 31, 32 M Tues. June 6 2- 5
Russian 1, 2, 31, 32 U Tues., June 13 9-12
Sociology 60 G Thurs., June 8 2- 5
Sociology 60 V Tues., June 13 2- 5
Spanish 1, 2, 3, 21, 22, 31, 34 M Tues., June 6 2- 5
Spanish 1, 2, 3, 21, 22, 31, 32 Q Sat., June 10 9-12
Each course requiring a special examination is assigned two examina-
tion code letters. If one Is preferred by the department, it is in boldface;
students may elect the other only if a conflict occurs and special permis-
sion was secured from the departmental representative at registration
time in the gymnasium. If neither is underlined, either is available for
selection by each student without regard to the section of the course in
which he is enrolled.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
No date of examination may be changed without the consent of the
University Final Examination Scheduling Committee. Questions concern-
ing the schedule should be directed to Edward G. Groesbeck, 1513 Ad-
ministration Building.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Individual examinations will be given for all applied music
courses (individual instruction) elected for credit in any unit of
the University. For time and place of examinations, see bulletin
board of the School of Music.
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