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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY. SEPTE RR 5.1964

".E MCHIGA DAIL SATTrDa. q ._.. . s,, lEvwt 5wr ThRS.

M ERRIER

1964-65 'Tri-Term' Calendar

In a mailing to its students last
spring, the University included a
1964-65 calendar which turned out
to be incorrect.
The Regents later approved an-
other calendar. In the second ver-
sion, they left the fall, 1964 term
the same, but moved the winter.
1965 term up by several days to
accommodate a f u 11 - fledgeds
spring-summer, 1965 term.
So, in an attempt to prevent
thousands of students from show-
ing up a week late next January,
The Daily reprints the calendar
at right-the real thing-as a re-
minder.
The calendar switch came about'
because the Regents expected nol
to receive enough money from the
state to implement a full third
term in spring-summer, 1965. Sc
they had approved the first cal-
endar, which provided a generou.
Christmas vacation and allowed
the following term to run into mid-
May.
But in April, when the Legisla-
ture passed the University opera-
tions appropriation, there waf
enough for a 15-week summer term
after all. So in the second calen-
dar, the winter semester was push-
ed forward to end before May 1
1965.
By instituting this second calen-
dar, the University completed the
last major overhaul of its yearly
schedule necessary to move into
full-year operation. The move was
initiated to make more efficient
use of the University's facilities,
which formerly stood nearly idle
during the summer months.

:

Fall Term.. .

Orientation begins
Registration begins
Classes begin
Labor Day (Holiday)
Thanksgiving recess 5 p.m.
Classes resumeI
Classes end
Study day
Examinations begin
Examinations end
Graduation

Mon. Aug.:
Wed. Aug.:
Mon. Aug.3
Mon. Sept.
Wed. Nov.:
Mon. Nov.3
Mon. Dec.1
Tues. Dec.1
Wed. Dec.:
Tues. Dec.:
Sat. Dec.1

WinterTerm .. .

Orientation begins
Registration begins
Classes begin
Recess begins 5 p.m.
Classes resume
Classes end
Easter Sunday
Study day
Examinations begin
Examinations end'
Commencement
Spring-Summer Term .

Mon. Jan.
Mon. Jan.
Thurs. Jan.
Thurs. Mar.
Mon. Mar.
Sat. Apr.1
Sun. Apr.:
Mon. Apr.,
Tues. Apr.:
Tues. Apr.2
Sat. May

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Gracious living

Orientation-Registration
Classes begin
Memorial Day (holiday)
Spring half-term ends
Summer half-term begins
Jule 4th (holiday)
Summer half-term end§

Mon. May
Wed. May
Mon. May:
Sat. June
Mon. June:
Mon. July
Wed. Aug.:

4

Extended Run-Move Overof
This Great Crowd Pleaser!

The University has spent al
week shuffling over 400 stu
dents from temporary housing
to residence hall rooms. Th
process has not been without it.
difficulties. For instance, stu-
dents hoping to get out of
temporary housing recently
discovered a bat in their quar-
ters.
The University is solving the
problem by adding a secon
moan to many singles and a
third man to many doubles
For those in these "doubled up"
rooms, dormitory rates will be
reduced by $70, the Universit3
announced yesterday. But a.
one student commented, thi;
may be small comfort to those
who have spent the last tw(
weeks sleeping in rooms with
50 other people.
Photography
by
JAMES KESON
JIM LINES
PAM THOMAS

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletlin Is anf fl1AZ ate study In the Physical, Biological
hejial pubication of the Univer-' G' nerl Nl~ Ot1CCs and Engineering Sciences, and In some
' fo 1.1Theareas of Medical and Social Sciences
Ihigan Dly as nes no editorial Application Forms for National Scd-nd frty nhead d
sponsrbility. Notices should be senit ence Foundation Cooperative Grad- 196-6 ansd tnsuer ofh1965. Studt
TYPEWIt.'EN form toRo uate Fellowships and summer Fellow- visors or departmental chairmen be-
6/1 Anuin r iship for radute Tachig Asistnsfore making application, to be certain
ofte day preceiding l)beioa- are now available in the Graduate Fel- that they meet the requirements and
p.m. f hdypredg bia-lowship Office, Room 110, Rackham minimum academic standuards for NSF
mn, and by 2p m. Friday for satur-lg 'h eyeare awarded by the N-Fellowship programs.onPg)
sATUMDAY, SEP'{MBER 5 I _____Nt_.4._J::___.._..________
Shows at ,~I1~ 1 'T A
Day C7 and r 10
ts ar appovedu forth comingo O
:end. Social chairmen are reminded
requests for approval for sccii]
ts are due in the Office o~f Studen I
irs not later than 12 o'clock noon
he Tuesday prior to the event.
5.SEPT. 5- i OO
lcaga, Mixer & Open-Open, Wes' -COMING
i; Lloyd House, House Party, Wesi
Ph Ga Del ReordPr N IGH~T OF THEIF G ANkiAl
y, West Quad. _______________________________________
social calendar
early-
but REMEMBER
JOINT GLEE CLUB CONCERTS
MICHIGAN' AND ILLINOIS

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LAST CHANCE !
MUSKET
AUDITIONS

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igers ... Dancers... Actors
TODAY 9 a.m.-noon
all Jack Rouse, Carolyn Krebs
or Jackie De Young
fornTime and Place

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army encampment; it is temporary student storager
in South Quad :
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4EMA GUILD Program Informationr

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DIAL 662-6264
Weekday 75c
Eves., Sun. &
Holidays $1.00

"A HARD DAY'S NIGHT" is a fun-filled film on
one hand and a fine piece of cinema on the other.
-Hugh Holland, Mich. Daily
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